The Great Monarch and Petrus Romanus – Part 1

The Great Monarch is written in Sacred Scripture and by Catholic prophets from the earliest of days. It is my opinion that the Great Monarch and Petrus Romanus is the completion of office Melchisedech (Melchizedek) who was introduced to us in Genesis 14:18.

I personally await the arrival of the Great Monarch, which I believe will be very soon, and if I were to venture a guess, it will be sometime shortly after Satan’s 100 years are completed on 22 Dec 2013. The reason for saying this is because of the vision given to Pope Leo XIII in 1884 of Satan shaking his fist at Jesus and saying that given 100 years he would conquer the world. I believe that the 100 years began when the US Government handed over control of their money to the Zionists on 23 Dec 1913. In Ecclesiastes 10:19 it is written: “…all things obey money.”

Today it is evident that the Zionists control the money of the world today, and all governments are subject to them (including the populace).

My understanding and treatment of the Great Monarch is taken mainly from Genesis, Psalms, the Prophet Zachariah and from the Apocalypse, as well as from private revelations. I have written some of this in my book entitled ‘Understanding the Apocalypse.’

I do stress that the Great Monarch is a fully Eucharisted man. He is totally one in Jesus Eucharist, as expressed by Jesus in Saint John’s Gospel, Chapters 14-17. Holy Eucharist is central to knowing and understanding the function and person of this extraordinary man. Therefore, my concentration is on the events now taking place, especially through the fulfilment of Holy Eucharist.

As a side note to this fulfillment, we each must individually have a ‘transubstantiation’ from the old man to the new man (Ep 2:15; 4:24), same as Jesus Christ became Christ Jesus after His Resurrection.

The Great Monarch who is also  Petrus Romanus, the last pope of St. Malachy’s prophecies, is likened to Samuel with Saul and David, and Moses with Aaron. Let us then examine briefly what Sirach (Ecclesiasticus which means ‘a preacher’) has to say of Samuel: “Samuel the prophet of the Lord, the beloved of the Lord his God, established a new government, and anointed princes over His people. By the law of the Lord he judged the congregation, and the God of Jacob beheld, and by his fidelity he was proved a prophet. And he was known to be faithful in his words, because he saw the God of light, and called upon the Name of the Lord Almighty, in fighting against the enemies who beset him on every side, when he offered a lamb without blemish. And the Lord thundered from Heaven, and with a great noise made His voice to be heard, and He crushed the princes of the Tyrians, and all the lords of the Philistines” (Si 46:16-21).

The Great Monarch then is God’s anointed who will bring the whole earth into submission under Jesus Christ, King of All Nations. He will appoint priests, rulers, and territories as originally planned by God before the creation of anything.

He will be instructed in the events before ‘the beginning’ when God created.
He will have been instructed in the teachings which Christ Jesus gave to the souls in prison (1P 3:19).
He will be privy to the foretaste of all that transpired when “the graves were opened and many bodies of the saints that had slept arose, and coming out of the tombs after His resurrection, came into the holy city and appeared to many” (Mt 27:52,53).
He will see, know, understand and execute what is already foretold about his work, that “the armies that are in Heaven followed him on white horses, clothed in fine linen, white and clean” (Apoc 19:14).

At the end of the mission given to him by Our Lord, the solemn promise given to us by Our Saviour will have been completed: “For amen I say unto you, till heaven and earth pass, one jot, or one tittle shall not pass of the law, till all be fulfilled” (Mt 5:18).

The Great Monarch, Petrus Romanus, will execute his office within the One, True, Holy, Catholic, Eucharistic Church, against which the gates of Hell have not and shall not prevail (Mt 16:18). We will pick up this transition beginning with Melchisedech (Melchizedek), continuing to Jesus Christ the Son of man, and completing in Christ Jesus Eucharist.