February 11th 2013: Pope Benedict announces his resignation

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On February 11th 2013, Pope Benedict announced that he was going to resign. The world was shocked.

But the Lord gave us the following prophecies:

On 11 February 2012, exactly one year earlier:

Other world leaders will be killed soon, and My poor Holy Vicar, Pope Benedict XVI, will be ousted from the Holy See in Rome. Last year, my daughter, I told you of the plot, within the corridors of the Vatican.”

 

On 26 May 2012:

“Today I ask of My followers, My dearest daughter, to pray hard for My beloved Vicar Pope Benedict XVI . He, My Holy Servant is under terrible persecution behind closed doors in the Holy See. I have told you before that the Masonic Groups who have a vice like grip inside The Vatican want My Beloved Pope out. And they intend to oust him from the Seat of Peter using devious means.

He will, as I have told you in the past, have to flee for he will have little choice. This time is short. You must pray hard that he can stay as long as possible for as soon as he leaves, the imposter, the False Prophet, will take his place.”

 

And the Virgin Mary said on 20 March 2012:

“I call on all of my children everywhere to pray for Pope  Benedict XVI who is in danger of being exiled from Rome. He, the most Holy Vicar of the Catholic Church, is hated in many quarters within the Vatican. An evil plot, planned for over one year, will be seen all over the world shortly.”

And on the same day, there was a severe thunderstorm over the Vatican, and a lightning struck the St-Peters basilica.

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