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1/5/23: PAX OUT – “2s” AND “3s” AND “Qs” AND “Ps”

Ron Patton | January 5, 2023

Pope Benedict’s funeral commenced today January 5th, 2023. He died on the last day of the year, 2022 during a spectacular planet alignment. January 5th – a five that applies to the equation of 2 and 3. His funeral, may or may not strike a Discordia conspiracy as his entire reign as pope has been a curious one and his funeral has been less than that of a typical bishop. Were Pope Benedict’s rise and fall a fulfillment of the Malachy Prophecy? Didn’t  Dr. Hedore say to look out for the “Ps” and “Qs” concerning the ailing health of presidents, popes, and queens?  Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks about PAX OUT – “2s” AND “3s” AND “Qs” AND “Ps”.



1/5/23: PAX OUT – “2s” AND “3s” AND “Qs” AND “Ps”


The Apocalypse has arrived many times on the planet — we have lived and relived over time, various ends of the age, moving through the transmogrifications of time and many things have come to light.

The ancients always have pointed out that as one age comes to a close, a golden age or a new dawn emerges – a new order, as above so below, no external savior only the new man and the new god emerges.

This New Dawn or New Golden Age has been talked about for decades and has been the cornerstone for the establishment of the New World Order. There have been events that have happened over time that indicate that the New Dawn is here; however, there needs to be a random event that is the final blow – the one major event that signifies abrupt and required change. Many will pass from this life to the next and those who survive will envy the dead for many decades — they will have to rebuild to survive and from there a lesson is learned and a new way of thinking will ensue.

This final blow event needs to happen in order for us to have a massive change in our consciousness to invite new philosophies and new ways of living.

In the last 500 years, there have been major events of significance that have happened at the start of each century, then there is another occurring in the beginning or middle of the second decade of each century, these events spark wars, religious conflict and sometimes peace.

In 1517, Martin Luther nailed his theses to the door of Wittenberg Church, sparking the Reformation of the church and rise of Protestantism.

Religious change has always been a factor in how we see ourselves, and governments have always been formed and reformed after major religious flips and of course, the secret of the end times has always been a falling away and then a restoration of change in the beliefs of many people on the planet.

It is no secret that we have been anticipating prophecy in our culture. Now we are living in a prophetic culture where one’s promises and destiny are nurtured and hardwired into our spiritual DNA.

There is no doubt that there are terrifying supernatural aspects to the thought of religious prophecy being fulfilled – it is also terrifying to think that it is all happening without understanding.

Many times we are told that all things with regard to prophecy should be seen with wisdom and discernment.

When Pope Benedict died, I received many requests to contact Dr. Heldore again about the future. After all, Heldore said last year that the new year would bring a concern for what she called “Ps” and “Q’s.” We later presumed that the concerns were for presidents, Popes and queens.

Heldore mentioned something about cancer and that Pope Francis had one Lung.

It is rumored that he also has colon cancer and that he might die or resign soon.

Popes usually resign when their health fails them and they feel they cannot continue as pontiff.

But this was not the case with Pope Benedict.

Pope Benedict’s funeral commenced today January 5th, 2023. he died on the last day of the year of 2022 during a spectacular planet alignment. January 5th–a five that applies to the equation of 2 and 3. His funeral, may or may not strike a Discordia conspiracy as his entire reign as pope has been a curious one and his funeral has been less than that of a typical bishop.

Even Mother Teresa had a state funeral which puts Pope Benedict’s favor is the question.

His entire papacy has been darkened with conspiracy– from medieval prophecy to heading up a new inquisition, the Pope Emeritus was the first pope in 600 years to step down from the throne.

No pope has willingly resigned since Pope Celestine V in 1294. Pope John Paul II hung on for years – when he was dying of Parkinson’s disease.
Now it appears that the Vatican’s machine is rotting around the Pope.

During the decrepitude of John Paul II, Pope Benedict, as Cardinal Ratzinger, was his right-hand man. It may be that his experience then planted in him a wish to leave office while he was still able to discharge his duties.

Although his accession was greeted with horror by the liberals in the church, he spent almost all his time in office struggling ineffectually with the problems inherited from John Paul II. His most remarkable innovation was his decision to resign as he felt his powers failing. We will eventually learn that this will be a precedent that the church will make use of again with Pope Francis.

Many people are unaware that this situation was foretold in what is called the Malachy Prophecy about the last pope or should we say the last popes that will pave the way for an evil judge that will come in the last days of the church.

It will be in these times that it was foretold that the Popes in the last dispensation will become a mouthpiece for the beast.

Even upon the death of Benedict the XVI the conspiracy of apostasy is again casting a shadow on the Catholic Church.

It renders the thoughts of what are called the three “D’s before the desolation of mankind. dissonance, demoralization, and disappointment.

It is becoming more apparent that the fall and apostasy has begun which is an omen of an apocalypse foretold in both the new and old testaments.

A revolving door in the papacy is suspect on many fronts.

We wonder if this falling away of the original religious empire is by design or if it is a fulfillment of prophecy.

According to the prophecies of the Irish Saint Malachy, the 112th Pope is the Last Pope – he is the Pontiff that brings the church down, leveling it to hell.

Saint Malachy had and his list of 112 short Latin couplets which are said to describe each of the Roman Catholic popes along with a few anti-popes, beginning with Pope Celestine II, elected in 1143 and concluding with current pope Benedict XVI’s successor, a pope described in the prophecy as “Peter the Roman”, whose pontificate will end in the destruction of the city of Rome. The prophecy was somehow lost and was rediscovered discovered in 1590.

Malachy’s prophecy skips the 111th pope and jumps to the 112th the 111th pope never really gets the chance to his reign as pope as he is removed or dies. He then goes on to prognosticate that the 112th pope will be removed from the throne and then is replaced by a Jesuit Judge.

There are still scholars that believe that Pope Francis is not Peter the Roman — and that Francis will resign or die shortly after the death of a former Pope and a Monarch.

If Malachy is accurate and Pope Francis is the last Pope to be replaced, by the Jesuit judge, then Armageddon and the Tribulation are not far away or and within the next decade a reformed ecumenical form of Catholicism will either be established or the church will fall because of its iniquities and its sins against the virtuous and pure; namely, children satanically abused by predator priests and cardinals

Some analysts have already declared that Pope Francis who is a Jesuit is already the nefarious Peter the Roman; however, the prophecy clearly states that the great judge will be ordained to rule – and this judge may, in fact, will be in the spotlight and there will be no question that a schism will ensue and the body of the church will have to confess that he along with others have been involved with pedophilia and the complacency of these satanic acts.

Many believe that he is the Black Pope that replaced the 111th Pope after Pope Benedict the XVI stepped down. It all seems to fit the prophecy and the final downfall of the Catholic Church.

There is a prophecy of St. Francis of Assisi that speaks of a future Pope with his name.

“There will be an uncanonically elected Pope who will cause a great schism, there will be diverse thoughts preached which will cause many, even those in the different orders to doubt, yea, even agree with those heretics which will cause my Order to divide, then will there be such universal dissensions and persecutions that if those days were not shortened even the elect would be lost.”

A 13th-century prophecy that speaks of the “black pope” also says that he will be a “great and mighty” pope with a secret. It is during his short reign that a known Monarch dies.

In yet another chilling synchronicity, Saint Hildegard wrote in 1129 that the time of the lineage of Popes leading to the final Pontiff would happen in a time when the world faces famine, earthquakes, strange weather, and extraterrestrial dangers.

“A powerful wind will rise in the North carrying heavy fog and the densest dust (darkness?) by divine command and it will fill their throats and eyes so they will cease their savagery and be stricken with great fear. Before the Comet comes, many nations, the good excepted, will be scoured with want and famine. The great nation in the ocean that is inhabited by people of different tribes and descent by an earthquake, storm, and tidal waves will be devastated. It will be divided, and in great part be submerged.

The Comet by its tremendous pressure will force much out of the ocean and flood many countries, causing much want and many plagues. All sea coast cities will be fearful and many of them will be destroyed by tidal waves, and most living creatures will be killed and even those who escape will die from a horrible disease. For in none of those cities does a person live according to the laws of God.”

The Prophecy of Premol in the 5th century stated: “…And I see the King of Rome with his Cross and his tiara, shaking the dust off his shoes, and hastening in his flight to other shores. Thy Church, O Lord, is torn apart by her own children. One camp is faithful to the fleeing Pontiff, the other is subject to the new government of Rome which has broken the Tiara. But Almighty God will, in His mercy, put an end to this confusion and a new age will begin. Then, said the Spirit, this is the beginning of the End of Time.”

Obviously, there are more prophecies that have been made outside and within the church that have described the times we are living in now.

The Vatican has always been a hothouse for conspiracy theories.

What looms over Benedict’s legacy is the third secret of Fatima.

The Fatima saga has overshadowed what could be a much more problematic bit of Vatican intrigue: how Benedict’s presence as the first ex-pope in more than six centuries is continuing to raise questions about the nature of the papacy, and the authority of Francis, the current pope.

Two of the prophecies of Fatima were published back in the 1940s but the Third Secret – supposedly too dangerous to reveal – remained sealed in the Vatican archives.

That silence naturally inflamed the religious imaginations of true believers in the secret prophecy.

So to calm the fevers, Saint John Paul II ordered the Third Secret published in full in 2000. He also had his top theologian, Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, issue an accompanying explanation of the prophecy’s graphic descriptions of persecution and murdered popes and bishops.

Ratzinger – who was elected Benedict XVI after John Paul died in 2005 – told a friend that there was more in the secret of Fatima than had been published.
The blog also suggested that the hidden bits were dark predictions about the current papacy of Pope Francis and the turmoil, and even heresies, that some conservatives believe Francis has encouraged.

The charges were so explosive that the Vatican press office issued a forceful denial directly quoting Benedict.

Benedict called the reports “pure inventions, absolutely untrue” and confirmed that “the publication of the Third Secret of Fatima is complete.”

Of course, not all Fatima devotees were convinced, and some argued that the denial was just part of the conspiracy – and so it goes.

But just as the Fatima story was making headlines, Benedict’s longtime personal aide, Archbishop Georg Ganswein, delivered a surprisingly candid speech that reignited the equally potent issue of whether there are two popes or one, or whether the papacy itself has been redefined.

Ganswein said that the papacy “remains the foundation of the Catholic Church” but he said, “the papal ministry is not the same as before.”

He said quitting in that sense would have been “quite impossible after his irrevocable acceptance of the office in April 2005” when the conclave of cardinals elected Benedict pope.

Ganswein went on to say that Benedict intentionally “built a personal office with a collegial and synodal dimension, almost a communal ministry.”
Consequently, he said, there are “not two popes, but de facto an expanded ministry – with an active member and a contemplative member,” referring to Francis and Benedict.

The emeritus pope “had taken only one step to the side to make room for his successor and a new stage in the history of the papacy.”
Benedict, he explained, “left the papal throne and yet, with the step he took on February 11, 2013, he has not abandoned this [papal] ministry.”
It is true that when Benedict stepped down he did not use his birth or baptismal name Joseph Ratzinger, nor did he stop wearing his papal garments and robes after his resignation.

The pope emeritus, after much speculation about why he kept the papal title and white cassock, told an interviewer in 2014 that “there were no other clothes available” when he resigned – an explanation that many found odd, to say the least.

He also said that he wanted to be addressed as “Father Benedict” in retirement rather than “Pope Emeritus” or even “Benedict XVI,” but he said, “I was too weak at that point to enforce it.”

Benedict himself has always stressed that Francis is the one legitimate pope.

But was it truly an expanded papacy to deal with controversy and conspiracy theories about abuses and prophecies that would hurt the credibility of the church?

Indeed, from the moment Benedict stunned the Catholic world, and especially his tradition-minded allies, there was a debate over whether a pope could in fact resign, or abdicate, or retire.

But Benedict himself said he renounced the papacy.

Benedict renounced the governance aspect of the papacy but shared the other powers, and he remained in a monastery in the Vatican itself to express that shared authority.

Now, that’s a recipe for a Vatican conspiracy as big as the Third Secret of Fatima, and the flames don’t need much fanning as we see that the other medieval prophecies made it clear that there would be a 111 and 112 popes reigning together and then resigning or dying together to make way for the evil judge of Rome.
A more political and evil figure that will certainly throw the church and its credibility into doubt.

Moreover, while Benedict was alive, he pledged to stay “hidden from the world” following his stunning resignation, he has periodically appeared at Vatican events – often at the behest of Francis, who encourages him to be a “grandfatherly” figure to the church. He also regularly speaks and writes to faithful followers to convey his views on various issues.

In his infirm final years, John Paul II declared that such resignation was impossible – “Did Christ come down from the cross?” he reportedly said.

It is an uncanny coincidence that on the day that Benedict renounced the papacy a bolt of lightning struck St. Peter’s Basilica.

When Benedict stepped down in 2013, he did so because he felt he no longer had the physical and mental strength to lead the institution. In doing so, he single-handedly established a new precedent for an ex-pope—a move reformers widely heralded as both selfless and wise.

But some of his choices unintentionally set up an awkward situation. By styling himself as a “pope emeritus,” declining to revert to his birth name, and continuing to wear white and live in the Vatican, Benedict did not create a clean break from the position. As a result, some of those who reject the teachings and reforms of Francis—a powerful and loud contingent, particularly in the U.S.—have come to see Benedict as the legitimate leader of the church. Many conspiracy theories within the church position Francis as an antipope.

Francis has long faced rumors of death and retirement, often spread by his critics. Francis reportedly said in June that he would stay in his position “for as long as God allows it.” But he has not ruled out retirement. In July, he admitted, “at my age and with these limitations, I have to…think about the possibility of stepping aside.” Worsening knee pain has limited his mobility—he now uses a wheelchair—and caused him to cancel a summer trip to Africa.

It seemed, to many Vatican observers, that due to the awkwardness of the situation, the pope would not want to leave the position while another former pope remained alive. Francis has said that were he to retire, he would take the title “bishop emeritus of Rome” and live outside the Vatican. With Benedict’s death, he now faces the freedom to decide his own personal protocol for leaving office.

From Dan Brown’s “Da Vinci Code” to rumors of rigged conclaves to rumors of a Merovingian antichrist to retake the thrown both Benedict and Francis have kept secrets that upon both of their deaths or resignation, some secrets could very well tear down the very foundations of the church.

Dead men tell no tales — and so with one Pope gone the other waits to either leave or die within months or even a year after the burial of Benedict the XVI.

This can lead to dispensational and sensational conspiracy theories of numbers and the watching of the “Ps” after we saw the death of the “Q.”

Will it be prophecy fulfilled or coincidence in the year of the cosmic trigger?

Time will tell.


Written by Ron Patton


This post currently has 1 comment.

  1. Jimbo

    January 5, 2023 at 9:17 pm

    Five is the number of “grace” in the Bible. For identification of latter day Babylon the Great, check out “Prophecy USA” with Rick Pearson: Before globalist anti-Christ 8’th kingdom commences the preceding 7’th kingdom is taken out “in one hour.”

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