108. Flos florum. (Flower of flowers) Paul VI (1963–1978) Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini (Proponents of the prophecies have attempted to link this motto to Paul VI by interpreting it as a reference to the fleurs-de-lis on his arms.) (Some think that the very conservative Cardinal Siri was elected by both the 1958 and 1963 conclaves of cardinals and immediately forced into submission by a change-bent group of cardinals and replaced by Cardinal Roncalli (John XXIII) in 1958 and Cardinal Montini (Paul VI) in 1963, resulting in the calling and completion of Vatian II. Cardinal Siri never made this claim and continued in obedience to the Church and decisions of Vatican II to his death in 1989).
109. De medietate lunæ. (Of the half moon) John Paul I (33 days in 1978) Albino Luciani [Some think that he was murdered]
110. De labore solis. (From the labour of the sun / Of the eclipse of the sun) Bl. John Paul II (1978–2005) Karol Wojtyła (Proponents of the prophecies find significance in the occurrence of solar eclipses (elsewhere in the world) on the dates of John Paul II's birth (18 May 1920) and funeral (8 April 2005). Other attempts to link the pope to the motto have been "more forced," included drawing a connection to Copernicus (who formulated a comprehensive heliocentric model of the solar system), as both were Polish and lived in Kraków for parts of their lives.)
111. Gloria oliuæ. (Glory of the olive.) Benedict XVI (2005–2013) Joseph Ratzinger (Proponents of the prophecies generally try to draw a connection between Benedict and the Olivetan order to explain this motto: Benedict's choice of papal name is after Saint Benedict of Nursia, founder of the Benedictine Order, of which the Olivetans are one branch. Other explanations make reference to him as being a pope dedicated to peace and reconciliations of which the olive branch is the symbol.)
In p[er]secutione. extrema S.R.E. sedebit. (In the final persecution of the Holy Roman Church, there will sit.) In the Lignum Vitae, the line "In persecutione extrema S.R.E. sedebit." forms a separate sentence and paragraph of its own. While often read as part of the "Peter the Roman" prophecy, other interpreters view it as a separate, incomplete sentence explicitly referring to additional popes between "glory of the olive" and "Peter the Roman".
112. Petrus Romanus, qui paſcet oues in multis tribulationibus: quibus tranſactis ciuitas ſepticollis diruetur, & Iudex tremẽdus iudicabit populum ſuum. Finis. (Peter the Roman, who will pasture his sheep in many tribulations, and when these things are finished, the city of seven hills [i.e. Rome] will be destroyed, and the dreadful judge will judge his people. The End.) Francis (2013 f ) Jorge Mario Bergoglio (Many analyses of the prophecy note that it is open to the interpretation that additional popes would come between the "glory of the olive" and Peter the Roman. Popular speculation by proponents of the prophecy attach this prediction to Benedict XVI's successor. Since Francis' election as Pope, proponents in Internet forums have been striving to link him to the prophecy. Theories include a vague connection with Francis of Assisi, whose father was named Pietro (Peter).
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