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Francis' Profane LGBT Document Triggers Ominous Lightning Strike on Francis' Birthday

David Martin | The Daily Knight

Ominous lightning strike destroys the hand, keys, and halo of St. Peter Statue in Buenos Aires, Argentina


On Francis' birthday on December 17, just one day before the publication of his Fiducia Supplicans declaration which sanctions the clerical blessing of homosexual couples, lightning struck a large statue of St. Peter (the first pope) at the Sanctuary of Our Lady of the Rosary of San Nicolas, just north of Buenos Aires, Argentina. The lightning shaft knocked the halo off its head and pulverized the papal keys in his right hand while destroying the hand of blessing as well. The rest of the statue remained intact, but the keys, hand, and halo were disintegrated.


Clearly, the keys, hand, and halo were targeted from above. This is being seen everywhere as a direct communication from God—a warning from Heaven. The meaning obviously is that Francis is not holy and that he does not possess the papal keys. Some might argue that he has now lost the keys on account of his blasphemous Fiducia Supplicans declaration, while others allege that the declaration was the ‘last straw’ that moved the Eternal Father to expose what already was the case.  


Note too, that Bueno Aires is the seat of the archdiocese where Francis served as archbishop from 1998-2013, as cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church of Argentina from 2001-2013, and as president of the Bishops’ Conference of Argentina from 2005-2013.


The rare lightning strike is ominous and telling and appears to have all the marks of a true story. People had expressed concerns if maybe this was a fake, but a local priest near the sanctuary who is not a conservative confirmed it is a true report. This was reported in Pope Head Post and also in Complicit Clergy:


"It seemed to be fake, given that no news could be found on the web, but the event has just been confirmed by the Reverend Father Justo Lofeudo, a priest who is certainly a Bergoglian."


The Lepanto Institute also sent someone to the location to investigate and confirm the events. The Dec. 17 lightning strike is CONFIRMED and there are additional pictures of the statue. NOTE: the lightning struck the statue, despite there being lightning rods some 30-40 feet above it. Lightning rods are supposed to prevent lightning strikes.


Heaven is Speaking


There had been many ominous lightning strikes in Argentina for the previous two weeks. One shaft of lightning hit a Boeing 787 jet departing from Argentina on December 25 and another struck Buenos Aires, Argentina, killing 13 people. Not to mention other reports. Clearly, the strike on the sanctuary is part of all this. Heaven is speaking loud and clear and venting their anguish over this Argentinian 'pope.' 


The lightning strike is reminiscent of the two shafts of lightning that struck the dome of St. Peter’s Basilica on February 11, 2013, just hours after Pope Benedict XVI announced his resignation (which was forced upon him) and calls to mind the unexplanable silence of bells in St. Peter’s Square just after the election of Francis was announced. It also calls to mind the vicious attack on two peace doves by a large crow and seagull just after Francis and two children released them from the balcony overlooking St. Peter’s Square.


So, to recap: Lighting struck a statue of St. Peter (the first pope) right on Pope Francis’ birthday, leaving the body of the statue intact but obliterating the hand, papal keys, and the halo. This occurred the day before Francis issued his historic declaration allowing priests to bless homosexual couples and their relationships, and it occurred in the Archdiocese of Buenos Aires, Argentina, where Bergoglio held the office of archbishop and was president of the Bishops’ Conference of Argentina until 2013.


Note too, that the lightning strike that obliterated the hand left the wrist severed with a large capital now visible where the hand used to be. Two horns can also be seen on top the A. Some might interpret this to mean that removing the hand has now exposed the hidden hand of Francis.


Antipope anyone?

 



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