Presentation on theme: "Prophecies. The prophecy of Malachi The prophecy of Malachi is a series of 112 short, cryptic phrases in Latin which describes all of the Roman Catholic."— Presentation transcript:
The prophecy of Malachi The prophecy of Malachi is a series of 112 short, cryptic phrases in Latin which describes all of the Roman Catholic popes along with a few antipopes. The alleged prophecies were first published in 1595 and as a probable forgery were meant to lead to the selection of the desired candidate for the pope. The prophecy is based on the visions that St. Malachi supposedly had during his stay in Rome in 1139.
Three Secrets of Fatima Three Secrets of Fatima - the prophecies that were given to three Portuguese children from Fatima - Jacinta and Francisco Marto and Lucia Santos. From 13 May to 13 October 1917 children witnessed the series of apparitions of Blessed Virgin Mary who gave them three Secrets of Fatima. The Third Secret made the biggest impression on children. There was an unofficial information which said that there will be a great fire that will lit the world.
Prophecies of Nostradamus Prophecies of Nostradamus - in popular culture Nostradamus became known in the popular culture because of his prophecies that were mainly written down in the form of rhyming quatrains grouped in centauries.
The first seven chapters of centauries Nostradamus dedicated to his eldest son at the time when he was 2 years old. He became a historian and a royal chamberlain, but did not have the abilities of his father. Most of the centauries describe disasters such as plagues, earthquakes, wars, floods, invasions, murders and battles - all undated.
Predictions about the end of the world Predictions about the end of the world - the variously pictured end of existence of living things. It is commonly associated with science, philosophy, religion and culture. The end of the world foreseen dates: - years the date of the end of the world set by St. Martin of Tours one of the theories was that the Good Friday was on the same day as Easter, biblical Christian tradition said that this means the beginning of the reign of the Antichrist.
- 31 December when the end of the world didn't come, people of Rome began to celebrate which started the tradition of celebrating New Year's Eve, named after the name of the reigning Pope Sylvester II the end of the world according to St. Vincent of Ferrara - February 20, announcement of the great deluge by Johannes Stoeffler
- December 31, 1999 and the next important dates connected with new millenium, the potential end of the world associated with Y2K. - December 21, the last day of the world in the Maya people's calendar the year which is to be the end of the world by the prophecy of Isaac Newton