Category Archives: eschatology

Eschatology: the next 2 to 3 years

I think the Warning occurs on Good Friday of either 2022 or 2023. Between now and then, I think the pandemic will continue to rage, and society will become worse and worse. The pandemic might possibly end by finding a … Continue reading

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A Prophecy from Mary about a Future Antipope

and a rebuke of shameful behavior by the visionary, Pedro Regis, who received the true prophecy. Here is a link to an interview by a priest with visionary Pedro Regis. I believe that the messages to Pedro Regis from the … Continue reading

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Is the Warning of Garabandal This Year?

In a previous post, I answer the question: What is the Warning, Consolation, and Miracle? In this post, I discuss when the Warning, Consolation, and Miracle will occur. Will it be this year, or some other year? Formerly, I thought … Continue reading

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My Predictions about Iran

Previously, in books and posts, I predicted: * that Iran would obtain nuclear weapons (as of May of 2019, I believe they successfully obtained working nuclear bombs) * that Hassan Rouhani would take the role of Supreme Leader, in place … Continue reading

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The 144,000 and the Seal of the Living God

This interpretation of the relevant Bible passages is eschatological, highly speculative, and fallible. In the book of Revelation, the 144000 persons given the Seal of the Living God are described twice: in Rev. chapter 7 and chapter 14. The number … Continue reading

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What is the Warning, Consolation, and Miracle?

The Warning, also called the Illumination of Consciences, is a supernatural event in the near future. On Good Friday, everywhere in the world at the same time, at the time in Jerusalem when Jesus died for our sins, every sinner … Continue reading

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Eschatology: my predictions on Iran versus Saudi Arabia

The following is my understanding of the near future, based on my study and interpretation in the field of eschatology. My views on this subject are speculative and fallible. (But as events in the past few years have unfolded, it … Continue reading

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Should the Catholic Church multiply Her Rites?

Currently, the Church has two major divisions or Rites, the Latin Rite and the Eastern Rite. Each has its own code of canon law, and its own liturgical forms. The fact that more than one Rite has been accepted by … Continue reading

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Future Timeline in my Eschatology

Predictions in my eschatology are speculative and fallible. Here is my timeline for events in the near future. The order of events may be somewhat different that the list below. Many events overlap with other events in time. 1. I … Continue reading

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The One World Religion of the Antichrist

1. The Antichrist is not in the world today. There is a common opinion that the tribulation is divided into two parts, the lesser and greater tribulation. The lesser tribulation occurs first, with a length of time in-between the two … Continue reading

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How Can the Antichrist Conquer The Whole World?

By definition, the Antichrist is someone who conquers the whole world. If a man claims to be the Antichrist or is thought to be the Antichrist, but he does not conquer the whole world, then he is certainly not the … Continue reading

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How To Identify the Antichrist

1. He’s not in the world today. The tribulation is divided into two parts. The first part of the tribulation occurs in the 21st century A.D. The second part of the tribulation occurs in the 25th century A.D. The Antichrist … Continue reading

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Five Steps to Ordained Women Deacons

The main criticism of the Amazonian Synod has been whether permission for more married priests in that region will then spread to the whole Church. However, the Church has always had some married priests. And it is not permissible (apart … Continue reading

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Common Misconceptions: The End Times

The Rapture This idea is a Protestant misinterpretation of a Bible passage. First, let’s review the correct interpretation of the passage: [1 Thess] {4:16} For the Lord himself, with a command and with the voice of an Archangel and with … Continue reading

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The Three Days of Darkness will happen

The date for the Three Days of Darkness is March 29, 30, 31 of 2040, which is holy Thursday, Good Friday, and holy Saturday that year. Then April 1st, Easter Sunday, is the first day after the end of the … Continue reading

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Can The Muslim nations win World War 3? Yes.

I have long been predicting that the Arab/Muslim nations of the Middle East and northern Africa will band together, led by Iran and Iraq, and conquer Europe. One of the more common questions I receive about this prediction is whether … Continue reading

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On Christian Unification

In the near future, sometime in the 2020’s, the Protestant Churches, led by the Anglican Church, will repent, reform, and seek unification with the Catholic Church. The Orthodox Churches, on their on initiative, will also seek unification with the Catholic … Continue reading

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Overview and Summary of Future Events

The following timeline is explained in detail in my book: Summary of Future Events and in my books of eschatology here. The tribulation is also called the End Times, the End of Days, and the Apocalypse. Very Concise Overview 1. … Continue reading

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The Path to Ordained Women Deacons

Here is my prediction as to the path that the Church takes to the ordination of women deacons. 1. The Working Document for the Amazonian Synod already proposes an “official ministry” for women. 2. I’m predicting that the final document … Continue reading

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The End of the World is not the End of the World

I published my first book of eschatology in 1998 (The Bible and the Future), and I’ve written several more books on the topic over the course of the next 20 years. My most recent book on the End Times is … Continue reading

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