Monthly Archives: March 2014

Explanatio: Rev. 8:12-13

“And the fourth angel sounded the trumpet. And a third part of the sun was struck, and a third part of the stars and a third part of the Moon, so that a third part of them would be darkened, … Continue reading

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Storia: Rev. 8:12-13

“And the fourth angel sounded the trumpet. And a third part of the Sun was struck, and a third part of the stars, and a third part of the Moon, so that a third part of them was darkened; and … Continue reading

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Explanatio: Rev. 8:10-11

EXPLANATION OF THIS ACCOUNT. “And the third angel sounded the trumpet, and a great star burning like a torch fell from heaven.” He says humans fall out of the Church. He said “a great star,” because there are greater persons … Continue reading

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Historia: Rev. 8:10-11

THE THIRD ANGEL OF THE ACCOUNT BEGINS. “And the third angel sounded the trumpet, and a great star, burning just like a torch, fell from heaven; and it fell upon a third part of the rivers and the springs of … Continue reading

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“The Forgetting of the Queens”

Here’s an article on early Spanish chronicles not mentioning queens much. It says that “Against Elipandus” mentions that St. Beatus and his buddy Bishop Etherius of Osma were both present at ex-Queen Adosinda’s entrance into a convent on November 26. … Continue reading

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Pope Given a Beatus Facsimile

The Archbishop of Santander, Spain presented Pope Francis with a facsimile edition of a Beatus during the archbishop’s ad limina audience with him. The visit lasted an hour and a half.

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Explanation: Rev. 8:8-9

THE EXPLANATION OF THAT ACCOUNT BEGINS. “And the second angel sounded the trumpet, and it was just like a great mountain burning with fire was thrown into the sea.” ‘The “burning mountain” is the devil,’18, 19, 20 ‘“thrown into”‘21 ‘the … Continue reading

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