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Wondering if anyone reads me

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THROUGH YEARS, even decades, that I have been writing about modern mystic prophecies. I still have no idea whether I am getting across a good number of people. Only quite a few, and they could be counted by the number of my fingers, have told me to go on because they were interested.

Despite the disappointing number, I go on if only to respond to the request of the Blessed Virgin Mary to spread the messages from her apparitions. This, on top of messages, apparently supernatural, conveyed via other means and by other heavenly sources, including Jesus Christ Himself.

The determination to go on has become firmer these days, because in increasing numbers, prophecies are being realized in various parts of the world. More are to be fulfilled.

And also, especially in these days, there is urgency. As the mystics have been warning, “time is running out” for us earthlings who have remained busy as usual in daily lives, as if nothing, nothing at all is being conveyed from Heaven.

Because I am definitely not a mystic, all I have been doing is quote people who have had direct contact with the supernatural, as I hereby do anew.

Here are more quotes rendered more relevant by the age we belong to.

Bishop George Michael Wittman (1760- 1833): “Secret societies will work great ruin, and exercise a marvelous monetary power; through that, many will be blinded, and infected with most horrible errors… the tempest will be terrible… great confusion will reign, amid the princes and nations. The incredulity of the present day is preparing those horrid evils.”

Pope Pius XII (d 1958): “The world is on the verge of a frightful abyss: Men must prepare themselves for suffering, such as mankind has never seen.”

Blessed Elena Aiello from Blessed Virgin Mary: “The powers of evil are getting ready to strike furiously in every part of the globe. Tragic events are in store for the future. For quite a while, and in many, I have warned the world. The nation’s rulers do, indeed, understand the gravity of these dangers, but they refuse to acknowledge that it is necessary, for all people, to practice a truly Christian life, to counteract that scourge.”

Blessed Elena Aiello from Our Lord: “Cry out until the priests of God lend their ears to my voice, to advise men that the time is near at hand. If men do not return to God with prayers and penances, the world will be overturned in a new and more terrible war. Arms most deadly, will destroy peoples and nations! The dictators of the earth, specimens infernal, will demolish the churches and desecrate the Holy Eucharist, and will destroy things most dear. In this impious war, much will be destroyed, of that which, has been built by the hands of man.”

Padre Pio, stigmatist priest (1887-1968): “I can give you only one piece of advice for today: Pray and get others to pray, for the world is at the threshold of its perdition.”

Mirjana Dragicevic-Soldo, visionary of Medjugorje: “A people who knows that if they have lost God, they have lost themselves; a people who knows that, with God, despite all sufferings and trials, they are secure and saved. I call you to gather into God’s family and to be strengthened with the Father’s strength. As individuals, my children, you cannot stop the evil that wants to begin to rule this world and to destroy it. But according to God’s will, all together with my Son, you can change everything and heal the world. I call you to pray with all your heart for your Shepherds, because my Son chose them.”

Again, the Blessed Mother to Mirjana: “Dear children! With all my heart and soul full of faith and love in the Heavenly Father, I gave my Son to you and am giving Him to you anew. My Son has brought you, the people of the entire world, to know the only true God and His love. Therefore… do not wander, do not close your heart before that truth, hope and love. Everything around you is passing and everything is falling apart, only the glory of God remains. Therefore, renounce everything that distances you from the Lord….”

All these are rendered useless if, after having read them, we go on as usual with our lives. It’s like mere verbal acknowledging of the Credo, the “I Believe in God” prayer, but living anyway by the philosophy is “life is too short” and maximizing daily life enjoyment before existence snaps. No Heaven, no hell, no Purgatory.

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