Secret Of Our Lady Of Fatima: Motive For Killing The Pope – He Is The Anti-Pope

In Ictu Oculi1670-72

A Bishop dressed in White ‘we had the impression that it was the Holy Father'. Other Bishops, Priests, men and women Religious going up a steep mountain, at the top of which there was a big Cross of rough-hewn trunks as of a cork-tree with the bark; before reaching there the Holy Father passed through a big city half in ruins and half trembling with halting step, afflicted with pain and sorrow, he prayed for the souls of the corpses he met on his way; having reached the top of the mountain, on his knees at the foot of the big Cross he was killed by a group of soldiers who fired bullets and arrows at him, and in the same way there died one after another the other Bishops, Priests, men and women Religious, and various lay people of different ranks and positions. Beneath the two arms of the Cross there were two Angels each with a crystal aspersorium in his hand, in which they gathered up the blood of the Martyrs and with it sprinkled the souls that were making their way to God.
Sr Lucy Tuy-3-1-1944

New book by Antonio Socci titled the Fourth Secret of Fatima has an interesting take on the words found in the message of Fatima “a bishop dressed in White” Mr Socci claims that:

‘there is even a hypothesis that one can discern precisely something of this kind in the strange phrase of Sister Lucia: “(and we saw) a bishop dressed in White ‘we had the impression that it was the Holy Father.’” Why –one could ask-does the visionary resort here to a complicated paraphrase ( a bishop dressed in white) when, a few lines later, she expressly and directly identifies the Pope, calling him “the Holy Father”? is the formula “bishop dressed in white” who “we had the impression was the Holy Father” in this part of the Secret only a somewhat convoluted way of designating the Pope, or could it be a reference to someone who will don the pontifical habit, but without being the Pope or without being him legitimately? In fact, such an expression cannot be accidental because in itself it is inexplicable, complicated, and illogical: it would have made sense to say “a man dressed in white” because that is what the children saw. But how could lucia have seen “a bishop dressed in white”? No one write on his forehead that he is a bishop; to be bishop is not a visible aspect like being blonde or brunette. The use of the word “bishop,” but a “bishop in white,” leads one to think that this could truly involve [a bishop who is] an illegitimate Pope, an antipope, a usurper”

Anti-Pope - pretty strong words. Problem with this view of the bishop dressed in white as an antipope is that this bishop dressed in white is martyred, killed by a group of soldiers. So this bishop dressed in white will not be an antipope. Mr. Socci may be correct that some men will hold this view that that the bishop dressed in white is antipope simply because the soldiers who kill the pope have to have a motive for killing the pope. These soldiers have to justify their actions and what better way to do this than by claiming that the reigning pontiff is the antipope. The leader of these soldiers will most like use the analysis of Mr. Socci that the words “a bishop dressed in white” refer to an antipope. Thus justifying the killing of the Pope. yea, the hour cometh, that whosoever killeth you, will think that he doth a service to God. John 16:2. I


  1. Antipope Hippolytus was martyred, and remembered as "priest and martyr", since he had been reconciled with the true pope, St. Pontian during their captivity together on the island of Sardinia.

    Mr. Socci was predated in his anti-pope hypothesis by many saints.

    In addition, I find it extremely alarming that the requested date for the release of the Third Secret of Fatima conincided with the claims of a false election in the conclave of 1958, where Cardinal Siri, much later, on being asked directly whether he was in fact elected pope when the white smoke was seen (then "cancelled") is on record as stating "I am bound by the secret."

    I am new to these ideas, many references are at the site "" If true (and I am still investigating) it would indeed be the "horrible" nature of the secret of Fatima that we all dreaded, but which seemed deflated in the manner in which it was presented to the world in April 2000. The website states that Cardinal Siri, long-expected successor to Pius XII, and virulent anti-communist, was threatened with a nuclear bombing of Rome if he were to assume the pontificate (apparently, the blackmailers were unaware of a particular "Holy Spirit" who in fact decides such things, and not the agents - ie. cardinals.)

    This frightening scenario would have been all too vivid for anyone who had read the secret during the 1950s (Remember, "Duck - and Cover!"). The prospect of a "Hiroshima" of Europe would have been unacceptable.

    One only has to read the history of the Western Schism to see another eerie parallel: an antipope, elected out of fear, which -- through lack of faith in the true direction of the Holy Spirit, leads to 40 years of agony for the Church.

    Let us all pray without ceasing!


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