PRLog - Dec. 25, 2012 - EUGENE, Ore. -- In his newest novel, The Fifth Seal: The Rise of Petrus Romanus, author Dennis Berry explores the St. Malachy prophecy, a 12th century prophecy that just so happened to run in tangent with the timing of the Mayan calendar. Although no end came as predicted by the Mayan’s on the 21st of December, could this prophecy, by one of God’s anointed Popes come true? In The Fifth Seal: The Rise of Petrus Romanus, the answer is yes.
The Fifth Seal
The Fifth Seal is not just a book about the end of days, it is ultimately a book about the battle between good and evil. Loosely based off a 12th century prophecy about the end of times, the story pits a Roman Catholic priest against an arrogant, self-serving archbishop who usurps the throne. The priest is on the run, leaving a trail of chaos and murder in his wake. The story tells the tale of how God manipulates “fate” to bring about His desires, and brings people together from all over the world in a plan that was set in motion centuries ago.
Drawing from his Catholic background, author Dennis Berry says that the idea his fictional novel, The Fifth Seal: Rise of Petrus Romanus stems from his own viewpoint on the End of Days. “The Bible makes it abundantly clear” states Dennis, “that while Christ will be coming back someday, he won’t be swooping in to rapture His people before the advent of the so-called Tribulation. So The Fifth Seal was originally planned to be a more accurate, albeit fictionalized, version of the last days. However, like most books, it evolved. I found that I couldn’t overlook the 12th century prophecy of Saint Malachy, commonly referred to as the “Prophecy of the Popes”. So the idea of a “last pope” who, according to the prophecy will be named Petrus Romanus, plays heavily in the story.”
The Fifth Seal: The Rise of Petrus Romanus is now available for download onAmazon and will also soon be available in hard copy: http://www.amazon.com/
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