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    Pope Pius IX sent the Golden Rose (“blessings”) to the King of the Two Sicilies, and in less than a year, he lost his crown and kingdom.
    The same Pope sent his blessings to the Austrian Kaiser, and in less than a year, he lost Venetia and suffered defeat at Sadowa.
    The same Pope sent the Golden Rose (“blessings”) to Queen Isabella of Spain, and in a short time, she lost her crown and died in exile.
    He sent his Golden Rose (“blessings”) to the Empress Eugenie of France, and in less than a year, the Emperor and Empress lost their crowns, and both died later in exile, and their only son was killed by Zulus in Africa.
    The Crown Princess of Brazil was blessed by the Pope, with the result that her baby was born deformed, and she died in exile.
    The Pope blessed the Emperor of Mexico, Maximilian. He was dethroned and killed by his people.
    The Pope blessed the Emperor’s widow. She became a hopeless maniac and died in exile.
    The Pope blessed a steamer filled with nunsenroute to South America in 1870. It never reached its destination, every soul perishing.
    The Pope blessed General Boulanger and in less than two weeks he was in exile, later committing suicide.
    Mrs. Sherman, wife of the American General Sherman, received the Golden Rose (“blessing” from the Pope). It proved fatal, and she died soon after.

    In 1895, the Archbishop of Damascus, at Vittoria, gave the Pope’s blessings to the Spanish troops and fleet, with the result, Spain lost two fleets and two armies.

    In 1897, the papal nuncio blessed the grand “Charity” bazaar in Paris. Within five minutes, it was in flames and nearly 150 of the aristocracy perished, including the sister of the Empress of Austria.

    The poor Empress of Austria received the Golden Rose (the “blessing” from the Pope). It was her death knell. She was murdered in Switzerland, her only son committing suicide previously and her nephew losing his throne subsequently, while Austria has ceased to exist as an Empire.

    King Edward VII of Britain visited the Pope and received, as a mark of favor, a signed photograph of Pope Leo XIII. At once came news of a reverse to British troops in Somaliland, and the king’s health began to fail and was never restored.

    The Pope blessed Lord Denbigh, the special envoy of the British Sovereign. That very day, disaster befell the British Army in South Africa—Lord Methuen being severely wounded, and the papists in Parliament cheered the news.
    Princess Ena of Battenberg received the Pope’s blessing on her perversion and marriage, 1906. On the same day as the wedding, she narrowly escaped death at the hands of a Romish anarchist, some thirteen hapless victims succumbing, and eighty others being wounded. Her wedding garments were spattered with blood. One, at least, of her sons was afflicted bodily. May 29th, 1923, the Pope gave the Golden Rose (his “blessing”) to the Queen of Spain (Princess Ena of Battenberg). In May 1931, she, with her husband, King Alfonso XIII, lost their throne and fled Spain.
    The Pope blessed Queen Natalie of Servia on her perversion in 1902. She ended her days as a fugitive in exile, her only son, the king, being murdered.

    The Queen of Portugal, one of the Orleans, was blessed by the Pope. Her husband, the king, and her eldest son were murdered beside her in a carriage, and she and her surviving son escaped as exiles to England, throneless. Portugal has been a republic ever since.

    In 1912, the Pope blessed the Titanic, and it sank on the maiden voyage.
    In 1924, a rich English land owner, Dyer Edwards, turned papist. In 1926, he went to Rome, was “blessed” by the Pope, and in four days was dead.

    In 1928, the Pope blessed the Italia airship and gave a cross to place on the North Pole. The result was fatal. The airship foundered and broke in two—half its crew being lost whilst General Nobile was severely injured and was later censured by an Italian committee. It was the greatest fiasco of that time.

    After Mussolini had murdered the people of Abyssinia and sacked their country, the Pope blessed the Italians as “a great and good people.” Mussolini came to an inglorious end and was hung upside down and his body mutilated.
    On July 2nd, 1963, President Kennedy of the U.S.A. was received and blessed by Pope Paul VI. He was assassinated, murdered, in Texas in November of that year.

    One of the classic examples of the Pope’s blessings boomeranging is that of Pakistan and India. A few years ago, the Pope visited these two unfortunate countries, and while it is true, famine and flood are no strangers to these two countries, the fact remains that no disaster in living memory was so intense and destructive as the floods which struck those countries in the year of 1970, unless it be the present cholera epidemic.

    One could go on and on enumerating cases as above, but there is enough listed to prove that they are not coincidental. Now, what of the CURSES of the Popes? Yes, they run in reverse, as the following one or two examples will demonstrate.

    Pope Pius IX cursed King Victor Emmanuel, the liberator of Italy, and also the Italian Government that made Italy free and Rome its capital. The result has been the rise of Italy to the status of a modern civilized nation, and only suffered a set-back when the Pope blessed Mussolini and his troops.

    Garibaldi was excommunicated by the Pope for all his patriotic endeavors, especially the overthrow of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies. He became Italy’s hero, whose name was, and is, everywhere revered, and to whom noble monuments were erected.

    The Papal curses, which the Popes leveled against Henry VIII, Queen Elizabeth, Sir Francis Drake and his merry men, brought untold blessings on England, while at the same time, Ireland was blessed by the “Man of Sin” and is even today suffering the consequences.

    It should go without saying, that everyone who values their lives and souls should shun the Vatican and the Pope like poison and have no communication or business with Rome.