Pope Francis met Friday with Patriarch Kirill in the first-ever papal meeting with the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, an historic development in the 1,000-year schism that divided Catholicism.
“And the woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet colour, and decked with gold and precious stones and pearls, having a golden cup in her hand full of abominations and filthiness of her fornication: And upon her forehead was a name written, MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH.” Revelation 17:4,5 (KJV)
Pope Francis today attempted something that no pope in the last 1,000 years has dared to do. He met with the head of the Russian Orthodox Church at a neutral location in Cuba to discuss how to begin the process of reuniting.
Pope Meets With Russian Orthodox Leader in Cuba
Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill embraced and kissed one another three times on the cheek as they met in the wood-paneled VIP room at Havana’s José Martí International Airport. The two church leaders then proceeded to a pair of straight-backed chairs turned at angles. Clasping their hands in their laps, both occasionally gestured and nodded as they spoke. They held a two-hour “personal conversation” and then signed a joint declaration.
“We are brothers,” Francis said as he embraced Kirill in the small, wood-paneled VIP room of Havana’s airport, where the three-hour encounter took place. “Now things are easier,” Kirill agreed as he and the pope exchanged three kisses on the cheek. “This is the will of God,” the pope said.
All the news reports today kept using the word “Christianity” to describe the two groups, but don’t be fooled. Pope Francis and Patriarch Krill represent two wings of the Roman Whore of Babylon that was created by Constantine in 325 AD. These men are not Bible believers and neither of their two groups are Christian.
Pope Francis Arrives in Mexico City
This meeting today is all part of Pope Francis’ plan to create the global One World Religion with the Vatican as it’s titular head. After his meeting in Cuba, Pope Francis then flew to Mexico where he was greeted with a rock concert-like show with blue floodlights illuminating a stage and bandstands and crowds waving yellow handkerchiefs. Mariachis serenaded as his chartered plane pulled to a stop and people shouted “Brother Francis, you’re already Mexican.”
This is high end times drama, and your membership here at NTEB guarantees you a front row seat to prophecy history in the making.