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The Last Pope: Decoding St Malachy's Prophecy on the Fall of the Vatican by [Howells, Robert]
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About the Author

Robert Howells is an author and researcher specialising in religions, secret societies and symbolism. He has investigated esoteric and historic mysteries for the past 20 years. His first major book, Inside the Priory of Sion, was first published in 2011.

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  • Print Length: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Watkins Publishing (1 Jan. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DZR1NII
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I had read Robert Howell's earlier book on The Priory of Zion and was really looking forward to his next book. I was not disappointed. Mr Howells is not some mad conspiracy theorist and takes a balanced yet open minded approach. A very useful aspect of the current book is the excellent treatment of the subject of prophecy across a wide number of traditions. It is worth buying the book for this section alone. The writer takes us carefully through the various prophecies about succeeding Popes up to and including Francis I. He does not force any view on the reader and we are left to make up our own minds. Overall, this is a very interesting book. My recommendation is read the book for yourself. I hope that we can look forward to further publications from this author.
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So disappointing! This author is very ignorant about the Catholic faith, Christianity in general, and current events - which makes him uniquely unqualified to write a book on Christian prophecy. His ignorance shows in, for example, the way he thinks that "Papal infallibility" applies to the Pope whenever and wherever he speaks, no matter what the subject is. This is complete bunk, as every Catholic knows. He thinks that only Buddhism teaches meditation, and there's apparently no such thing as Christian meditation, which ignores two thousand years of contemplation and the contemporary Christian meditation movement. He says that the "Arab spring" in the Middle East offers new hope for world peace! He's clearly never heard of ISIS, the so-called Islamic State, which is slaughtering hundreds of thousands of Christians, dissenting Muslims, Yazidis and Kurds all over the Middle East, nor of the terrorist acts in Europe sponsored by ISIS. How ignorant can you be?
I'm shocked to see this book is published by Watkins, which used to be a reputable publishing company. Evidently it has lost its way, as has Mr. Howells.
While I enjoy speculative books, they should be backed up by research and by common general knowledge, as, for example the Holy Grail book series was.
This book is both ignorant and shallow, and not researched at all. Don't bother with it.
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Too New Agey, has typos, but it does make a unique good point, prophecy is more of a science than an art, this book illustrates the point well. It makes no distinction between the kind of divination that is diabolic and the kind that is acceptable to God. It is suitable for the New Ager, but probably not for the Christian. From the Scriptures, there are still centuries for this world until Jesus Christ comes again, so if the last pope is living now then the Roman Catholic Church will be destroyed way before He returns. Seems rather implausible to me unless God has disowned one of the oldest churches in existence.
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Amazon.com: 3.9 out of 5 stars 13 reviews
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2.0 out of 5 stars Get a good Greeley book instead 7 May 2015
By Hui Shen ben Israel - Published on Amazon.com
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This book was a solid disappointment because it completely fails in actually dealing with its title's promised subject. It is slow, plodding, silly and full of things one can glean from almost any biography. In other words, a cheap attempt at cashing in on Pope Francis, St. Malachy's prophecies about the end of the papacy and the Catholic Church, the whole shebang. As I said, the book promises but it never delivers. If you think this is about Pope Francis even that is hoping for too much.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Definitely One I Will Keep and Re-Read 4 Jun. 2013
By Janet - Published on Amazon.com
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Well written, extremely well researched, timely book about the common ground between science and religion. Howells has written a work about The Prophecy of the Popes as it relates to the present Pope and our times. The prophecies, written 800 years ago provide fascinating , controversial information regarding the election of Pope Francis, the "Last Pope" and the end of the Catholic church. St. Malachy's prophecies throughout the Catholic Church's history are also explored and explained - eerily easy to connect.
As a 'Cradle Catholic,' I found this book difficult to read on an intellectual level. While I could see the author's conclusions - I truly didn't want to see them! Do not think this book is all doom and gloom however. Mr. Howell has left the door open to many interpretations of the meaning of the end of the Catholic church. The reader is definitely encouraged to draw his/her own conclusions.
I rated this book 4 stars because of the excellent research displayed, and the author's ability to convey it in terms I could understand - there is a definite re-reading potential. The book starts slowly, however, with a lot of detail on the definition and history of prophecy - be warned.
*I received my copy from NetGalley.Com in exchange for an honest review.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Worth Reading 14 Sept. 2015
By S. Wood - Published on Amazon.com
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Not an easy read but worth the effort. Mr. Howells goes into great detail to explain the Prophecy of the Popes and leaves nothing unsaid. While I believe he is uninformed on many spiritual aspects of the Bible and the second coming he provides an exhaustive review of the history of the popes and the "Prophecy' that should be of interest to every Christian.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A very revealing book. It's great. 10 Sept. 2015
By Richard L Long - Published on Amazon.com
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I have been a believer in the Lord since I was a child. I have experienced visions and prophetic dreams all my life. Many of them have already happened. I have been treated as though i am crazy by by most people until they see the visions and dreams come to pass. As revealed in the book, many prophets in the past were treated the same way. " The Last Pope; Francis and the fall of the Vatican" gives me strength knowing that all I have seen has been experienced by others. Thank you for writing the book. The prophecies not yet fulfilled will be soon. I know. I recommend reading this book to find out what is coming soon!
3.0 out of 5 stars This book lacks much of the story. 5 Jun. 2016
By mascmen7 - Published on Amazon.com
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Author leaves a lot of holes in story which could be written better by someone else. False Prophet Francis installed by Freemasons is not a Catholic and will be thrown into the Lake of Fire shortly when Christ comes after WWIII with Russia and China.. Pope Benedict XVI was threatened with death if he did not appoint 20 Italians as Cardinals to help elect Francis and then resign which he did Feb 28, 2013.
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