Richard Henley Davis wrote in the Tripe and What Not wrote that . . .
The Bishop of London’s speech at the royal wedding has had internet forums buzzing with speculation on whether or not Prince William is the Antichrist.
Addressing the royal couple Richard John Carew Chartres, who is the Bishop of London, quoted St Catherine of Siena whose festival day coincided with the royal wedding.
He said “Be who God meant you to be and you will set the world on fire.”
And that single ambiguous line has sent tin foil hats across the world into a twirl.
But it really didn’t. Where did Davis get this idea? And his reporting went unnoticed. It was difficult to find a blog entry at all.
Yes, it reminded us of the lunatic theories of Dr. Joye Pugh as reported here in a post entitled, Tinfoil Hat Area: It is hard to imagine a more ludicrous Shroud of Turin scenario:
Joye’s research unearths a myriad of clues suggesting that Princess Diana was used by the Royal Family as a "sacrificial lamb" to usher in the Antichrist – Prince William. She believes the Shroud of Turin will eventually be proven legitimate and Prince William’s DNA will match Christ’s DNA taken from the shroud. When it is revealed that Prince William shares the same DNA as Christ (cloned), the public will embrace him as the Messiah. Dr. Joye ties this event in with a staged "alien threat" which, she believes, will frighten the public into trusting Prince (King) William as their leader and protector. Her theory ties in with 2012, the London Olympics, secret excavations in Iraq, ley lines, and HAARP.
So he tried to tie it in to the Shroud of Turin. They look so much alike, right?
Junk alert: Prince William Antichrist rumour sets the net on fire | The Economic Voice