From She Went In Haste to the Mountain: That is, on July 26. There is something strange and unsolved from the previous day, July 25, a big day in Spain because it is the celebration of the feast of its patron, St. James the Apostle. “On that day”—said Juan Alvarez Seco—“I had stationed a pair of guards in the calleja, and another pair in front of Conchita’s house. The four visionaries were playing in a field near by; it was a beautiful afternoon and the sky was completely clear of clouds. Suddenly, toward 6:30, a very black cloud gathered on top of Peña Sagra, and from it a striking ray of lightening shot out from on high to below. The girls fell on their knees extremely frightened. The thunder which followed shook us all. But they remained then with a look of ecstasy, gazing toward above . . . I remember that I had to calm down the shouting of Mari Cruz’s mother. All remained several minutes in silence. Then there was someone who told me later, very seriously, although without giving it more importance, that he had seen on top of the cloud, one or two figures that looked like the Holy Father.” (bold emphasis mine) 1. Pope Benedict's resignation was sudden 2. Lightening struck St. Peter's 3. Appearance of two Popes... one Emeritus, still dressed in white, and one the Pope Foreshadowing in 1961??