Monday, June 17, 2013

The Fatima Prophecies ~ David Wilcock

Did the Fatima Prophecies and the Battle of Los Angeles convey profound messages to end world-wide hostilities?


In 'The Fourth Secret of Fatima' Mr. Socci constructs a hypothetical account of what happened in 2000 behind Vatican walls. Socci believes that when John Paul II decided to release the Secret, a power-struggle of sorts erupted in the Vatican. He postulates that John Paul II and Cardinal Ratzinger wanted to release the Secret in its entirety, but Cardinal Sodano, then Vatican Secretary of State, opposed the idea. And opposition from a Vatican Secretary of State is formidable. First, we have the recent statement by Bishop Williamson of the Society of Saint Pius X, who relates that a priest acquaintance from Austria told him that Cardinal Ratzinger confided (to the Austrian priest) that he had two things weighing on his conscience. One was his mishandling of the Message of Fatima on June 26, the other was his 1988 mishandling of Archbishop Lefebvre. Cardinal Ratzinger is reported to have said that in case of Archbishop Lefebvre, "I failed", and in the case of Fatima, "my hand was forced." Socci's hypothesis supports Cardinal's Ratzinger alleged statement on the forcing of his hand