The Bible indicates that the number 666 is the number of the beast and “the number of a man” Revelation 13:18.
We have already discovered that the beast is a prophetic symbol for the Roman Catholic Church. Now, who is the man at the head of the beast what is the number of his name or title?
From the Roman Catholic Publication “Our Sunday Visitor”
“The letters inscribed in the Pope’s mitre are these: Vicarius Filii Dei, which is the Latin for the Vicar of the Son of God. Catholics hold that the church which is a visible society must have a visible head. Christ, before His ascension into heaven, appointed St. Peter to act as His representative. Upon the death of Peter the man who succeeded to the office of Peter as Bishop of Rome, was recognized as the head of the Church. Hence to the Bishop of Rome, as head of the Church, was given the title ‘Vicar of Christ.'” (View the original article Page 1, Page 2, Page 3)
Count the Number of His Name
The Bible indicates that we should count the number of his name. See the chart below:
V = 5
I = 1
C = 100
A = 0
R = 0
I = 1
U = 5*
S = 0 F = 0
I = 1
L = 50
I = 1
I = 1 D = 500
E = 0
I = 1
112 53 501 TOTALS = 666
From the Museo de Inquisicion at Lima, Peru
*Please note that the numeric value for the letter U and V are the same.
The picture of this placard was taken at the museum of the Inquisition in Lima Peru. Notice that the letter V is in the place where you would expect a U to be.
This is a common practice and even can be seen on many older buildings, especially court houses, throughout America.
To view other prophecies about the antichrist that are fullfilled by the Papacy click here: Fulfilled Prophecies
Healing of the Wound
The Bible indicates that the “deadly wound” which the Papacy received would be “healed” and once again its religious teachings would be forced upon the consciences of mankind.
“And I saw one of his heads as it were wounded to death; and his deadly wound was healed: and all the world wondered after the beast.” Revelation 13:3
It seems hard to believe that religious beliefs could be forced upon the people of America, after all, we have the first ammendment to the constitution which protects religious liberty. But the recent trend of events are easy to see if one doesn’t want to bury their head in the sand. (See pictures below.)
The majority of justices in the United States Supreme Court are Roman Catholics.
Freedom of Conscience Threatened: The majority of justices(six) on the United States Supreme Court are Roman Catholics. The other three justices are Jewish. The Papacy is fast gaining the popularity, prestige, and power that it had during the dark ages. Its influence has recently been rapidly increasing in the courts and legislative halls of the most powerful nation in the world, America.
Friends, the final Bible prophecies are being fulfilled, the world is being prepared for the great religious test of Revelation 13, (see verses 16-17). You owe it to yourself, to your friends, and to your family to make a decision as to whose side you will be on, do it today please don’t delay. Don’t wait for the crisis to come, at that time it will be too easy and covenient to go with crowd.
John Brennan – a Roman Catholic, was sworn in with his hand on an original draft of the United States Constitution, dating from 1787 – The 1st ammendment that protects religious liberty was not enacted till 1791.
An Ominous Sign for Religious Liberty:
United States Vice President Joe Biden swears in CIA Director John Brennan in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on 8 March 2013.
Brennan, a graduate of the Roman Catholic Jesuit Fordham University, was sworn in with his hand on an original draft of the United States Constitution, dating from 1787.
NOTE: The 1st amendment that protects religious liberty was not enacted till 1791 and was not part of the document that was used in this official ceremony. “And I saw another angel fly in the midst of heaven, having the everlasting gospel to preach unto them that dwell on the earth, and to every nation, and kindred, and tongue, and people,
Saying with a loud voice, Fear God, and give glory to him; for the hour of his judgment is come: and worship him that made heaven, and earth, and the sea, and the fountains of waters.
And there followed another angel, saying, Babylon is fallen, is fallen, that great city, because she made all nations drink of the wine of the wrath of her fornication.
And the third angel followed them, saying with a loud voice, If any man worship the beast and his image, and receive [his] mark in his forehead, or in his hand,
The same shall drink of the wine of the wrath of God, which is poured out without mixture into the cup of his indignation; and he shall be tormented with fire and brimstone in the presence of the holy angels, and in the presence of the Lamb:” Revelation 14:6-10
What Will Happen Next?
“And I beheld another beast coming up out of the earth; and he had two horns like a lamb, and he spake as a dragon.” Revelation 13:11
“And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed.” Revelation 13:15 
POPE WANTS TO BE THE PRESIDENT OF THE WORLD!
OK, that’s not a real job, but he is seeking to lead the global conversation.
Pope Francis was addressing Congress but speaking to the world.
WASHINGTON — He hasn’t announced his candidacy.
Indeed, the job he seeks doesn’t really exist.
But shrewdly, methodically and with a showman’s flair, the soft-spoken, 78-year-old Argentinian Jesuit priest named Jorge Mario Bergoglio — Pope Francis — showed Thursday that he is running to become president of the planet.
He did so in a congressional ceremony of secular civic pomp in a massive legislative building that, after all, harks back to ancient Rome.
As devout as he is, and as focused on the faith and practice of the Catholic Church, Francis is also campaigning to lead public, secular, political discourse worldwide. He is arguing that the two realms of faith and politics are one, and that the moral and spiritual teachings of faith should inform and guide political decisions for “our common home.”
This is not a new idea, but it seems again a timely one. Francis’ own church sorely needs the refreshing input of world opinion. Secular leaders, meanwhile, are reviled and government itself seems to have lost any sense of moral purpose.
With the rope-line skills of Bill Clinton and the stagecraft mastery of Ronald Reagan, Francis is selling himself and his message in Washington like the political master that he is.
In his speech to the U.S. Congress — the first ever delivered by a pope — he never directly mentioned abortion. He defended the “family,” but didn’t specifically define it by gender or sexual preference. He didn’t speak of an assault on traditional Catholic or even Judeo-Christian culture.
That is so yesterday.
Instead, Pope Francis gave a 45-minute secular homily to Congress on the need for American lawmakers to honor communal morality drawn from the Catholic social gospel. In U.S. political terms, it was as if this man clad in simple white robes was leader of the progressive wing of the Democratic Party.
He beseeched U.S. lawmakers — and, by extension, government leaders around the world — to use their temporal power to lift up those in extreme poverty, to fulfill promises of racial equality, to make peace with former ideological enemies, to welcome immigrants with open arms, to end arms sales and to save the ecology of the planet.
Francis singled out for praise and emulation Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King Jr., Dorothy Day and Thomas Merton. It was a roster of heroes who, taken together, provide a template for government action on behalf of the dispossessed.
His approach draws on his roots. As a youth in Argentina, he had admired Juan Peron, whose brand of paternalistic, personality-cult socialism propelled him to power with increasingly enthusiastic backing of the Catholic Church. Today, Francis skillfully wields social media and his own popularity.
The pope’s challenge to Congress was theoretically bipartisan — indeed, universal — in nature.
But if conservatives in the House chamber had expected at least a few nods in their direction, they received next to none. Republicans applauded and stood politely when necessary. But it wasn’t their context, and, in purely political terms, he isn’t their pope. For Southern Republicans, it’s hard to imagine a less palatable list of heroes than the ones Francis listed.
The first pope from the Americas arrived in the United States just as its next presidential contest takes center stage, and he plunged right in to the debate, hitting on climate change, immigration and the refugee crisis.
Politically speaking, his “common good” theme has a sound defensive side: Moving the subject away from abortion, sexual orientation and gay marriage could also downplay the church’s own controversial record on matters of priestly behavior.
But the new emphasis on economics, race and social justice has another, broader aim: to win new converts in the developing world by offering to lead the armies of the poor and disadvantaged. To put it another way, he’s taking the church back to its original base.
Francis knows the demographics: In Latin America, Africa and elsewhere, the Catholic Church is in competition with Islam and Evangelical Protestantism.
The pope wants to win that battle, and Washington was one more stop on the campaign tour.
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