Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Lightning strikes St Peter's Basilica as Pope resigns




Pope Benedict has shocked a billion Roman Catholics around the world, and his closest advisers, by announcing that he will resign at the end of this month.
Within hours of Pope Benedict announcing his resignation, lightning struck St Peter's Basilica.
The Pope, who is 85 years old, has been the head of the Church since 2005.


They forgot to mention that he threw in the towel after reading the book, Judas Crucified.



 

17 comments:

  1. i wonder what happens to all of the doomsayers and the end of the world as this pope steps down. did he go through a loop hole by leaving instead of dying in the position? i mean the "prophecy" states the number of popes before doomsday, not the number of dead popes... right?

    i'm poking fun of course, but i do love semantics so...


    -willy

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  2. have not yet read the book judas crucified, is it good? religion is so boring

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  3. Hi Kutu,
    It's an amazing book (where else will we find the truth?), you will find some good gems of information regarding the illusions of religion. But it gets boring if you are not into scripture and such.

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  4. The Pope must have been 'quite' shocked to have all of his 'illusions' broken down. hahah. Sorry couldnt resist but to laugh.

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  5. Man I'll tell ya, they sure put on a good show for humanity though. Doomsday looks to be back on the list for the whole world to talk about lol. Thanks to Lou we get to sit back and enjoy the show :)

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  6. Lolololol!
    Ahh nothing like a well timed Sleeper wisecrack! Nice one Lou, love it

    Mark Raul B

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  7. Thankyou for causing the Pope to resign Lou, I bet the amazing "Judas Crucified is what's hot at the Vatican right now!

    And it's only 2.99 on kindle!!

    Did the lightning striking St Peter's Basilica signify anything Lou?

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  8. J, lightning strikes happen naturally, some are intentionally done by UFOs. Dissolution in the works for religious institutions like dominos they fall...out of favor. Catholicism is the first domino.

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  9. dissolution of religions, hehehe, very interesting lou, i wonder what kind of belief system people will delude themselves in the future, darwinism/materialism perhaps?

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  10. Kutu, Socialism and communism seem to be popular with the masses.

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  11. Yes Mark, another great sleeper wisecrack I've been enjoying too!!

    It is an understatement that socialism and communism are the delusion most are into these days. All one must do is look at past modern day history and the current day results to see how every single country that has followed that path is laying in financial ruin and the future of the their children and grandchildren laying in shambles. Unfortunately, those of us who know it is a bad path suffer the results as well. These folk have also penetrated the walls of the corporations and are currently the "epitome" of socialism and communism in our society. Here in the states, you give up all of your constitutional rights to get a job in one and are fed a socialist agenda the time you are there. I'm looking forward to the next time around down here when things will be different.

    Eddie

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  12. domino's are falling, that is a big drip! whatever takes the new center role i bet hate/fear will still be the greatest god of them all! infallible always in prison.


    -willy

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  13. Kind of strange how great words like social and commune have been demonized just by makin it another ism.

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  14. Thanks to your insight Lou, I now clearly see that all of the foundations of the various religions were cast with voids/faults designed to fracture and crumble over what we view as time. Islam cannot be very far behind in following Christianity out the door.

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  15. Lou are you being facetious when you say the Pope decided to resign after reading "Judas crucified" or is it the actual reason ?I started reading the book, it's pretty convincing by the way... Iwas also wondering, like badeddie said, if Islam was the next domino in line...I live in a Muslim country, so I'm interested to know if another book exposing the cracks of this religion is in the works, or not before long time... Thanks Lou

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  16. Lou are you being facetious when you say the Pope decided to resign after reading "Judas crucified" or is it the actual reason ?I started reading the book, it's pretty convincing by the way... Iwas also wondering, like badeddie said, if Islam was the next domino in line...I live in a Muslim country, so I'm interested to know if another book exposing the cracks of this religion is in the works, or not before long time... Thanks Lou

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  17. dreamhaouz, me facetious? Never, well, sometimes. Nevertheless, the pope, as is true with a few other celebs will not admit to reading my books...though they have.

    Islam is still growing but not for long, demise is slow but in the cards.

    Judaism is the last to fall and with it the end of times for a time.

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