The two-horned Pope
After Freemasonry, Judaism and Communism praised Pope Francis and sent him their best wishes to continue to do what he is doing with the Catholic Church, this week, in its December 23, 2013 issue, Time magazine chose him as its Person of the Year, an award that places him on the Time's front cover, above.
The reason given for this promotion of Francis was that, according to Time, Francis is "about the healing mission of the Catholic Church, and not about her theological police work."
What is curious is that the magazine chose to place the head of the Pope directly in front of the M of the magazine's title, giving the impression he has two horns. Was this a mere coincidence? Was it a joke? Was it an anti-Catholic mockery of this Masonic-inspired magazine? We are not in conditions to give certain answers to these questions.
What is clear is that, with this kind of propaganda, the public becomes accustomed to laughingly see a devilish-like Bergoglio as Pope. Is there any other implicit message? When the Antichrist will appear, will he not start to laughingly reveal his reliance on the Devil in order to make the latter be accepted by everyone?