The Volcanic Burning of the Vatican City
Revelation 18:  Therefore shall her plagues come in one day, death, and mourning, and famine; and she shall be utterly burned with fire: for strong is the Lord God who judgeth her.  And the kings of the earth, who have committed fornication and lived deliciously with her, shall bewail her, and lament for her, when they shall see the smoke of her burning,  Standing afar off for the fear of her torment, saying, Alas, alas, that great city Babylon, that mighty city! For in one hour is thy judgment come.  The merchants of these things, which were made rich by her, shall stand afar off for the fear of her torment, weeping and wailing,  For in one hour so great riches is come to naught. And every shipmaster, and all the company in ships, and sailors, and as many as trade by sea, stood afar off,  And cried when they saw the smoke of her burning, saying, What city is like unto this great city!  And they cast dust on their heads, and cried, weeping and wailing, saying, Alas, alas, that great city, wherein were made rich all that had ships in the sea by reason of her costliness! For in one hour is she made desolate.
The Greek word definitions:
Revelation 18:8 – utterly burned with fire – to burn up, blasted and consume by fire.
Revelation 18:9 & 19 – the smoke of her burning – the burning by which metals are roasted and reduced; by a figure drawn from a refiners fire; calamities or trials that test the character.
Revelation 18:10 & 15 – torment – to torture, a testing by the touchstone, which is a black siliceous stone used to test the purity of gold or silver by the color of the streak produced on it by rubbing it with either metal.
Revelation 18:17 & 19 – come to naught & made desolate – to make desolate, lay waste, to ruin, bring to desolation, to despoil one, strip her of her treasures.
Check out these Websites for more information.
You can also type the following words in an Internet Search Section and/or in the Image Section: Italy Volcanoes, Monte Albano, Colli Albani Hills, Alban Hills Volcano, Tiber River.
Please click on this link about the Alban Hills Volcano near Rome, Italy.
01. Alban Hills Volcano, Italy
Please type in the following words in an Internet Search or Image Section: Italy Subduction Zone or click the following two links:
02. Italy Subduction Zone – Images
The links below, will provide information about the future destruction of the “Vatican City,” in Rome, Italy. The Alban Hills volcano complex may or may not be the volcano complex which God will use to destroy the “Vatican City.”
But it is certainly worth considering… There are other volcanoes in the area, as the whole country is above a Subduction Zone.
You may not want to accept this concept, but it will happen. The Bible clearly teaches this fact. It Will Happen… Again, It Will Happen… It’s just a matter of time.
Just remember, when the Arab Antichrist invades Israel, then The Great Tribulation Period will begin and 3 1/2 years later, will be the Destruction of Rome, Italy and the end of the Vatican City…forever…
The “Lord Jesus Christ” will not let this religious system remain active when He begins His 1,000 year Reign on this earth, as He returns immediately after it’s destruction…
Please check out these links. They will provide you with information as to the method of the destruction used against the City of Rome and primarily for the single purpose of destroying the religious system in the Vatican City.
01. Subduction Zone
03. Subduction Zone from Wikipedia
06. 2009 L’Aquila Earthquake, Italy
07. Alban Hills
08. Volcanoes Surrounding the City of Rome, Italy
11. Volcanoes Near Rome, Italy
12. Description of Italy’s Volcanoes
14. The Colli Albani (Alban Hills)
15. Tiber River
The last Judgment of God at the End of the Great Tribulation Period will be:
The Destruction of Rome, Italy and The Vatican City with Volcanic Fire!!!
The Volcanic Burning of the City of Rome and more so for the Vatican City, could also and with high probability be from the: Monti Sabatini Volcanic Complex.
The following are some links for more information about this Volcanic Complex. I realize, most people of the world could care less about this topic, but when it happens, then those of you who have read about this subject will understand what is occurring and why it was meant to happen..
Lake Baracciano and Lake Martignano were formed from extinct volcanoes, but could very well become active and be the Volcanic Complex that destroys the City of Rome, Italy and for certain the Vatican City
Below are some links for further reading…
The following articles from Link #8 above. I’ve left the word Links intact so you can simply click on the blue word/links and it will direct you to that article:
The Monti Sabatini is a geologic region in Lazio, central Italy, a remnant of intense volcanism which started ca. 600,000 years ago, mainly with pyroclastic and maar forming eruptions which continued until 100,000 years ago. The mountains are part of the Lazio’s Anti-Apennines. Included between the Monti Sabatini is the Lake Bracciano, which is a volcanotectonic depression formed about 3.7 Ma, and the Lake Martignano. The sedimentary base of the Sabatini complex lies buried under 200 m (660 ft) of volcanic ash and rocks.
The following article is from Link #9 above:
Sabatini volcanic complex, Italy
View of the northern part of Lago di Bracciano, the largest structure of the Sabatini complex. The lake fills a volcanotectonic depression formed about3.7 Ma ago. Monte Rocca Romana, a postcaldera stratocone is visible on the right (northern) side of the depression. Taken from the rim of the Sacrofano basin, in late April 1996.
The Sabatini volcanic complex, with the Bracciano volcano tectonic depression in its central part, is probably the most complex of the areas featured here. Its activity began more than 0.6 Ma ago, contemporaneoulsy with the other alkaline-potassic volcanic centers of Lazio. The various explosive centers of the complex developed on a vast plain constituted by Plio-Pleistocene clayey and sandy sediments, bordered in the W by the Monti della Tolfa and by acidic lava domes of the Tolfa-Ceriti-Manziana volcanic district whose activity had ceased shortly before. The E border is constituted by the meso-cenozoic sedimentary formations of M. Soratte, and more southwards, by the Monti Cornicolani. A former sedimentary high in the central portion of the Sabatini complex lies now buried under about 200 m of volcanics.
The first eruptive activity was mainly explosive and occurred in the E part of the complex, building a volcanic edifice named “Morlupo-Castelnuovo di Porto”. The majority of volcanic deposits in that zone actually stem from that center which itself lies buried beneath more recent volcanics and edifices. The explosivity of its activity was due to interaction of the trachytic to phonolitic magma with deep groundwater.
While activity was ongoing at the Morlupo-Castelnuovo di Porto center, eruptive activity began also more towards the W, from what is probably one of the most important eruptive centers of the Sabatini complex, the Sacrofano edifice. Its activity spanned quite a long period, from 0.6 to 0.37 Ma and produced large volumes of ash flow tuffs.
The pyroclastic flows from the Sacrofano center reach distances of 30-40 km from their source, covering a large portion of what is now the northern part of Roma. These ash flow tuffs yielded (and still yield) the primary material for building construction in that city, thanks to its consistency (cementation) by zeolitization. The occurrence of these vast ignimbrites have left a fairly smooth surface in the area they covered.
A notable paroxysmal eruptive phase of Sacrofano occurred about 0.4 Ma ago, when large volumes of air fall pyroclastics were erupted from the central eruptive vent and smaller ones; this activity furthermore produced lava flows. All products of that phase were undersaturated, potassium (K)-rich magmas.
During this time interval, many other eruptive centers were active in the area occupied by the Sabatini complex. Major volumes of tephritic phonolite and phonolitic tephrite lavas were emitted from regional fissures and a few major scoria cones N and S of the present depression of Lago di Bracciano. During the relatively brief period from 0.4 to 0.25 Ma ago, about 15 per cent of the total volume of Sabatini volcanics were erupted.
Volcanic landscape on the northern side of Lago di Bracciano, seen from the castle ruins of Trevignano. A nice outcrop is visible in the lower left corner of the photo. Deposits are mostly from a small explosion crater lying out of the photo to the right whose eruption broke through a lava flow or dome ejecting meter-sized lithic blocks of that lava.
It is presently believed that this culminating phase of Sabatini volcanism was related to high stress connected with extensional tectonics that controlled the evolution of the Tyrrhenian margin of the Appennine peninsula during that period. Due to tectonic activity and simultaneous emptying of magma reservoirs, there ensued the collapse of the volcano-tectonic depression now occupied by Lago di Bracciano and the subsidence of the structural high of Baccano-Cesano. During the paroxysmal phase of activity, during and/or after the collapse of the Bracciano basin, ash flows were erupted from circumferential fissures before very violent hydromagmatic explosions occurred from vents around the collapse basin.
After the culminating phase, about 0.37 Ma ago, the Sacrofano eruptive center entered its final eruptive stage. After violent hydromagmatic explosions and the emplacement of the Sacrofano pyroclastic flow unit, the upper part of the central edifice collapsed, forming a vast calderic depression with low rims.
Following the end of Sacrofano activity, minor eruptive activity occurred from vents in the E part of the complex, being mainly hydromagmatic. The tuff rings of Monte Razzano and Monte Sant’Angelo as well as the complex center of Baccano were formed during this period. The last Baccano eruptions occurred 40 ka ago, but still more recently, small-scale eruptive episodes occurred from the Martigenano, Stracciacappa and Cese eruptive centers.