The only phenomenon I’ve heard of is of Pope Leo XIII’s Vision. Test everything. I post this for further study, when I have more time, to check out the validity of this article. Read Christ Jesus’ Holy Words in Matthew’s Gospel Chapter 24. I think St Luke’s Gospel talks about the last days. All I recall is that we are to Pray for Those who will be alive, during that terrible tribulation. Pray that it’s not during the winter, and for women who are nursing and that that terrible time will be shortened by God. Jesus lamented “Will I find any (one with) Faith? Read this article with discernment. I have no idea, if the statements below are approved of or not, by the Catholic Church. That’s my litmus test.
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Popes and Prophecy
Pope Pius IX (1846-78): “There will come a great wonder, which will fill the world with astonishment. This wonder will be preceded by the triumph of revolution. The church will suffer exceedingly. Her servants and her chieftain will be mocked, scourged, and martyred.”
Pope Leo XIII (1878-1903): After saying Mass on October 13, 1884, the Pope suddenly collapsed. Upon waking, he recounted a vision he had seen. “Oh, what a horrible picture I was permitted to see!” he said. He described a period of about 100 years when Satan’s power was to reach its maximum, a decline of moral and spiritual values. Those hundred years would have included most of the 20th century.
Pope Pius X (1903-14): This Pope had a number of prophetic visions. In 1909, in the midst of an audience with members of the Franciscan order, he seemed to fall into a trance. Moments passed, then his eyes sprung open and he jumped to his feet. “What I have seen is terrifying!” he cried out. “Will I be the one, or will it be a successor? What is certain is that the Pope will leave Rome and, in leaving the Vatican, he will have to pass over the dead bodies of his priests!” It’s uncertain what this vision alluded to, but it is similar in many respects to the reported third prophecy of Fatima. Later, shortly before his death, another vision came to him: “I have seen one of my successors, of the same name, who was fleeing over the bodies of his brethren. He will take refuge in some hiding place; but after a brief respite, he will die a cruel death. Respect for God has disappeared from human hearts. They wish to efface even God’s memory. This perversity is nothing less than the beginning of the last days of the world.”
Pope Pius XII (1939-58) also experienced strange visions of a bleak future. After one of these experiences he told confidants, “Mankind must prepare itself for sufferings such as it has never before experienced… the darkest since the deluge.”