Black smoke in the first “chimney” of the conclave
Posted On 12 Mar 2013
The 115 Cardinals voting in the Sistine Chapel didn’t agree to elect the new Pope, thus stated it by the holly black smoke that came out of the chimney in which the votes of the Cardinals were burned.
If after 3 days of voting the Cardinals still have not chosen a new Pope, they will have a rest day which will help them to pray and reflect, then they will return to deliberate for another three days.
When the white smoke comes out, a Bell will sound in the basilica of San Peter, and then the elected Cardinal will appear on the balcony and reveal his name.