Is Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò The Two-Faced Napoleon Spoken Of By Our Lady Of La Salette?


“May the curate of my Son, Pope Pius IX never leave Rome again after 1859; may he, however, be steadfast and noble, may he fight with the weapons of faith and love. I will be at his side. May he be on his guard against Napoleon: he is two-faced, and when he wishes to make himself Pope as well as Emperor, God will soon draw back from him. He is the master-mind who, always wanting to ascend further, will fall on the sword he wished to use to force his people to be raised up. Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879) 

I always wondered by this two faced Napoleon.

I don't believe that this two faced Napoleon was Napoleon III.

Pope Pius IX died in 1878

Napoleon III died in 1873

So why would Mélanie include the above names in the message published in 1879? Both men were long dead when Mélanie published the 1879 message.

Napoleon III never wanted to be Pope.

Maybe this Napoleon is a man who like Our Lady said wants to be both Emperor and Pope.

Its becoming clearer that Viganò wants to be Pope.

As for the Emperor - I guess the Lay Rad Trads will demand that Viganò become Emperor as well.

Time will tell....





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