Great Catholic French Monarch of the End Times: Dr. Marshall Video
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St. Padre Pio: ““Without the support of the royal power of King David, which is authentic Anointed Kingship, the Church falls into decadence, corrupted by the power of the spirit of the serpent, which raises its proud head above the head of the Church (the Vicar of Christ). Royal power, derived from Christ the Supreme King, is a divine power which brings down serpents. Republics, on the other hand, where power is placed in the hands of people, raise up serpent spirits from the earth which harm the people of God and stop them rising up to the God of Heaven. This is the evil which reigns nowadays in Europe and elsewhere under the republics. ...

This royal power, which is hidden by God in this time of madness, is the same royal power given to King David, and is the only power which can successfully rule the governments of peoples. Without David's royal power, recognised and set in its proper place, the Christian religion lacks the indispensable support on which to rest the truth of the Word of God. Hence, there must not be separation of Church and State. The madness of men has been in trying to kill off royalty and the world is paying heavily for this today. ...

In Europe, without the true king, the eldest son of the Church, the King promised by God from amongst David's descendants, ... the power of God no longer resides in the hearts of heads of states and governments. Satan has been able to exercise tremendous power in the absence of the royal power of David. How great shall be the world's misery before men are able to understand this truth, a truth found only in hearts of a few hidden men, but in those hearts are all the powers of the living God. ...

The love of the heart of Royal France, land of the kingship which descends from David, will rise in his heirs, for the love of Christ's Kingship has its cradle in France. ... The royal power of David ought to awaken in the hearts of the French people a love of the royalty of God, which has its cradle in France. The real greatness of France is David's royal power, which existed in the blood of King Louis XVI and [Queen] Marie-Antoinette. France was forgiven by the great heart of [King] Louis XVI and [Queen] Marie-Antoinette, who died as victims for Christ through the brutality of the beast (the diabolical revolution). This forgiveness of Louis XVI has maintained for France the right to the greatness of David's kingship, a right that is love and humility, of recognizing in the Monarch the power of Divine Love. In silence and prayer, God will select His chosen ones for the good of France and the world ... human and divine power of the great Monarch from the royal blood of France”.


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This was interesting. Thanks for posting. Where did you find the St. Pio quote?
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Maybe this is silly but I hope I can enlist in this monarchs phsyical army,I'm getting fit and this event serves as motivation.
I understand the king will have actual human army not an army of angels.
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I think it's interesting how similar this expectation is to the expectation of the Jews at the time of Christ for an earthly king that would throw off the shackles of Roman rule.  That expectation went unfulfilled too.

The prophecy itself speaks of a king of the Frankish Empire.  The prophecy originated at a time when the Frankish Empire still existed.  Since there is no mention of an earthly king or an earthly final kingdom in revelation (true revelation), perhaps the easiest way to understand it is this: it wasn't a prophecy from God.  The time for the prophecy to be fulfilled expired long ago.  That the Frankish Empire has dissolved into history without any such monarch appearing shows it was a bogus prophecy.  Catholics continue to hold hope in at as many do, because they build up their faith around sensational private revelations while putting public revelation on the backburner.
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Quote:Catholics continue to hold hope in at as many do, because they build up their faith around sensational private revelations while putting public revelation on the backburner.

Spoil sport.;-)

So few Catholics fit this description--in fact, I don't believe I know any--that the very idea is laughable. But I keep hearing we do.

I do know Catholics interested in Church-approved private revelation (I am one myself) who see encouragement in them. The Church Herself states that one need not believe even approved private apparitions and revelations to be saved. Neither does She forbid them entirely, I am told.

That latter bit doesn't tell the whole story, though. Devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mother of God has grown steadily over the centuries and popes have written encyclicals praising the virtues of Our Lady, and particularly of the Holy Rosary. When the apparitions at Fatima were approved the Church began to promote them, an historic first. Strange how Vatican II ended that.

You can learn a great deal about history while studying private revelation. Not Church history only but also world history, times and troubles, the perennial foolishness of men, and the almost shocking humility of those who receive such things. Without exception, all seers and hearers of approved apparitions were insignificant, helpless souls delivering a message no one wanted to hear, and the powerful moved to crush them and their testimony--and God permitted this.

See any parallels with the Old Testament? I do. Things did not end well for the Jews, who ignored and mistreated messenger after messenger. I'd like to avoid making similar mistakes. In all things then, let the last word belong to God.
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(05-26-2020, 09:37 AM)Melkite Wrote: I think it's interesting how similar this expectation is to the expectation of the Jews at the time of Christ for an earthly king that would throw off the shackles of Roman rule.  That expectation went unfulfilled too.

The prophecy itself speaks of a king of the Frankish Empire.  The prophecy originated at a time when the Frankish Empire still existed.  Since there is no mention of an earthly king or an earthly final kingdom in revelation (true revelation), perhaps the easiest way to understand it is this: it wasn't a prophecy from God.  The time for the prophecy to be fulfilled expired long ago.  That the Frankish Empire has dissolved into history without any such monarch appearing shows it was a bogus prophecy.  Catholics continue to hold hope in at as many do, because they build up their faith around sensational private revelations while putting public revelation on the backburner.

I agree here.  The prophecy is past its time of fruition, seeming to be expired.  The chance of the restoration of another Frankish Empire with a ruling monarch is virtually non-existent.

I also agree with your comment about private revelations.  The attachment to them is much more prominent in a parish that is considered Traditionalist.  This is just an observation, but I have never been to a Traditionalist parish that didn't have a random collection of pamphlets, newsletters, etc. at the entrance about some apocalyptic private revelation or another.
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Quote:The chance of the restoration of another Frankish Empire with a ruling monarch is virtually non-existent.

I've thinking about this and wondering. Democracy is blowing its tires as we write. The system is supposed to work as long as everyone is on the same page. But this has never been less true; we're more divided than ever.

It seems to me that the rise of monarchy and its unique, stablizing influence, is not unlikely.
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(05-26-2020, 10:03 PM)Teresa Agrorum Wrote:
Quote:The chance of the restoration of another Frankish Empire with a ruling monarch is virtually non-existent.

I've thinking about this and wondering. Democracy is blowing its tires as we write. The system is supposed to work as long as everyone is on the same page. But this has never been less true; we're more divided than ever.

It seems to me that the rise of monarchy and its unique, stablizing influence, is not unlikely.

If anything, it would devolve into dictatorship before anything else.  But I don't think any of us, or our children, grandchildren, or their children are going to see any reestablishment of monarchies.
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(05-26-2020, 09:37 AM)Melkite Wrote: I think it's interesting how similar this expectation is to the expectation of the Jews at the time of Christ for an earthly king that would throw off the shackles of Roman rule.  That expectation went unfulfilled too.

The prophecy itself speaks of a king of the Frankish Empire.  The prophecy originated at a time when the Frankish Empire still existed.  Since there is no mention of an earthly king or an earthly final kingdom in revelation (true revelation), perhaps the easiest way to understand it is this: it wasn't a prophecy from God.  The time for the prophecy to be fulfilled expired long ago.  That the Frankish Empire has dissolved into history without any such monarch appearing shows it was a bogus prophecy.  Catholics continue to hold hope in at as many do, because they build up their faith around sensational private revelations while putting public revelation on the backburner.

I kind of agree. As much as it would be great to have such a prophecy come true, I had a similar thought last night when I was thinking about this particular prophecy. It not only reminds me of the Jews at the time of Christ, but also the same expectations of modern Jews for their temporal Messiah, as well as the Mahometan prophecy of the 12th Imam to come and rule. Both are viewed as prophecies of Antichrist due to their temporal nature, yet this same Great Monarch prophecy is not because it is of Catholic origin.
I mean, is not Antichrist to come and rule as a great king before his reign of terror begins at the End? I don't know, I'm not trying to denigrate private revelation or this prophecy, but expectations of a temporal ruler who sets everything straight seems to detract from the spiritual mission of the Kingdom of God being beyond this valley of tears.
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As the song says "visions are seldom what they seem."

Things may be fulfilled in ways that we never expect and we don't realize it until after the fact.
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