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Chapter 9/59 – The Sacred Heart of Jesus, the Immaculate Heart of Mary and the European Constitution

The Shrine of Our Lady of Europe at the tip of the Spanish Iberian Peninsula of Gibraltar was invaded by scores of Moors from Africa between the years 710 – 742. A mosque was built where they worshipped Allah till their expulsion in 1309. The mosque was converted to a Christian shrine, however reconverted to a mosque when the Moors returned in 1333. It was once again turned into a Christian shrine in 1462 when the Moors were finally expelled. Don Rodrigo Ponce de Leon who had the mosque consecrated to Our Lady as Patroness of Europe conquered the area on St Bernard of Clairvaux’s feastday, August 20, 1462. The intention was to consecrate the whole European continent to God through Mary. A church was built adjoining the edifice and the whole area was known as the Shrine of Our Lady of Europe.

Pirates such as Hali Harnat and Caramanli later raided the Shrine however a priest named Francisco Saavedra protected the Church. The pirates were eventually intercepted and killed by the Spanish Fleet under the command of Bernardino Mendoza. High walls were erected around the shrine where the villagers used to seek refuge in times of danger. A statue of Our Lady holding the three flowers representing Justice, Truth and Love worked many miracles of protection and healing.

 In 1568 Giovanni Andrea Doria, presented a beautiful silver lamp to the shrine, so did Don Juan of Austria, brother of Philip II, present two silver lamps to the shrine after winning the battle of Lepanto. The English destroyed the statue of Our Lady of Europe in 1704, however a replica was made by 1779. The statue was thrown onto the rocks below and after a few days a fisherman recovered the pieces, which were floating in the sea. During the great siege of 1779 the second statue was taken to Windmill Hill Flats by Fr Mesa and returned by the people to the Cathedral following the end of the siege. The second statue remained there till 1932 and taken in 1973 to an RAF hanger where Monsignor Rapallo was ordained bishop.

 The original statue, the first, was restored and kept at Algeciras till May 1864 when following Pope Pius IX approval, was translated to Gibraltar. The return of the original statue was greeted by the army, which lined the route from Waterport to the Franciscan Convent opposite the present Government House. Following Papal approval a chapel was built to house the original statue, however during WWII it was taken for safekeeping to the Cathedral. The shrine was an army storehouse in 1910, a library in 1928 and again converted to an army store in 1939. On Sunday August 15, 1954 (Marian Year) Feast of the Assumption, the statue was moved from the Cathedral to St Joseph’s Church, the nearest parish church to the shrine. In 1959 the military was about to demolish the shrine as it had no use for it, however the Church authorities prevented this and the keys were given to Bishop Healey on October 17, 1961. On September 28, 1961, Bishop Healy celebrated the first Mass at the shrine after 258 years. It was on the eve of his departure for Rome to attend the Second Vatican Council.

On October 7, 1968, Bishop Healy restored the statue of Our Lady to the shrine. It was brought in public procession from St Joseph’s Church. The shrine was renovated in 1973. The New Constitution, stating that Gibraltar would never be handed to Spain or to any other nation without an Act of Parliament and without the people’s consent, was published on the feast of Our Lady of Europe, May 30, 1969. In 1979 Pope John Paul II officially approved the title of Our Lady of Europe as Patroness of Gibraltar and the transfer of her feast day to the May 5, which was also Europe Day. The Shrine of Our Lady of Europe was further renovated in 1995 and was half funded by the European Commission and the Gibraltar Government. His Holiness Pope John Paul II, approved of the renovation.

 

From the Vatican, 6th September 1995

My Lord Bishop,

The Holy Father was pleased to be informed of the ceremonies to be held at the Shrine, set up by King Ferdinand IV in the year 1309 and dedicated to the Mother of Christ under the title of Our Lady of Europe. He has noted with particular interest that the venerable building is currently being extended and refurbished as a more worthy focus of the Marian devotion of the people of Gibraltar and of the many pilgrims from elsewhere in Europe and beyond. At a time when the unity of the continent of Europe is being fostered and strengthened, it is indeed appropriate that Gibraltar should house such a potent symbol of such unity, which belongs not only to the civil and political level but is also and specially a reality in the spiritual sphere. It is the prayer of His Holiness that the Shrine will be an ever effective centre of unification, a place where, under the patronage of Mary, the human family will be drawn ever more closely into fraternal unity and peaceful coexistence. With these sentiments the Holy Father invokes abundant divine graces upon those gathering for the religious observances, and with affection in the Lord he imparts his Apostolic Blessing to you and to the whole Church in Gibraltar.

With fraternal best wishes, I remain

Yours in Christ

  1. B. RE (1)

 

At Paray-le-Monial, Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque, a nun of the Visitation Order, revealed on March 2, 1686, Our Lord’s desire: “He wants you to have shields made with the image of His Sacred Heart so that all those who wish to pay homage to Him can place it in their homes; and also to make smaller ones for people to carry with them.”(2) To Father Julio Chevalier, the founder of the Missionaries of the Heart of Jesus, Pope Pius IX (1846-1878) said: “The Church and society have no other hope but the Sacred Heart of Jesus; it is He who will cure all our ills. Preach devotion to the Sacred Heart and spread it everywhere, it will be the salvation of the world.” The badge of the Sacred Heart of Jesus bears the motto: “Cease! The Heart of Jesus is with me. Let Thy Kingdom come!” or “Halt! Stop, O devil! Let all evil stop before me: all danger, all disaster, all assaults, all bullets, all temptations, every enemy and every illness. Let all our disorderly passions be halted, for the Sacred Heart of Jesus is with me!” Pope Pius IX extended his blessing to all these badges.

The French King Louis XIII consecrated: “…his person, his State, his Crown and his subjects to the most holy and glorious Virgin” for the “special protection of his kingdom.” Christian fervor in France increased and together with Portugal, declared war against Spain. June 15 is the calendar day reserved for the Catholic Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. On June 17, 1689, Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque received an apparition of Our Lord. He said: “Make known to the eldest son of my Sacred Heart that, as his temporal birth was obtained by devotion to my Holy Infancy, so will he obtain his birth into grace and eternal glory by consecrating himself to my adorable Heart. It wants to triumph over his and, through him, over the hearts of the great ones of the earth. It wants to reign in his palace, be painted on his standards, and engraved on his arms, so that they may be victorious over all his enemies. It wants to bring low these proud and stubborn heads and make him triumphant over all the enemies of holy Church.”(3) The eldest son referred to the “Sun King,” Louis XIV, for his miraculous birth was a God-given gift to the French people. In return for his miraculous birth, the Lord desired to rule through the ‘eldest daughter of the Church,’ the Nation of France. For the terrible misfortune of the whole world, King Louis XIV declined Our Lord’s invitation. The conditions of our world would have surely been different, had the King accepted Our Lord’s desire, for a total consecration to His most Sacred Heart. Was it a matter of coincidence that the National Assembly and the ‘sovereignty’ of the people, the declarations of the ‘enlightened’ French Revolutionaries, was declared 100 years to the date of Our Lord’s visitation to Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque? On June 17, 1789, these declarations were the portents of the final end to the French Monarchy and the beginning of a most unholy revolution, the effects of which are to this day manifest in our modern world. However, having said this, the miracle of the King’s birth, was attributed to the Holy Rosary and the consecration to the Immaculate Heart.

Again to Saint Mary the Lord said: “The ingratitude of men wounds me more than all I suffered in my Passion. All I did for them I count as little and would wish, if possible, to do more. But, in return for my eagerness, they give me nothing but coldness and rebuffs…. Behold this Heart, which has loved men so much, even to suffering and death, to show them its love. And in return I receive for the most part nothing but ingratitude, irreverence, and sacrilege, the coldness and contempt which they show me in this sacrament of love.”(4) A remedy for this irreverence was in the thirteenth century proposed by Our Lord to Saint Gertrude. It consisted of devotion to the Sacred Heart. The refusal on the part of King Louis XIV, to honor the Sacred Heart was evident. Although blessed with a long reign and had some initial political success, his final years were disastrous. France was greatly impoverished and the resources were squandered on unsuccessful war campaigns. His son’s reign, King Louis XV (1715-1774), was even more calamitous. As gifts for her marriage to King Louis XV, Queen Maria Leszczynska, received many badges of the Sacred Heart, sent by the Holy Pontiff. However, Louis died unexpectedly and the reign fell upon his son King Louis XVI and his Catholic wife Marie-Antoinette, the daughter of the Catholic Empress Maria-Teresa of Austria. On learning that they inherited the rule of France, the royal couple was so taken by surprise that they knelt down and wept praying to the Lord for the necessary strength to conduct their reign responsibly. King Louis XVI was devoted to God, however so did he, fail to comply with the wish of consecration and promulgation of the devotion of the Sacred Heart, this notwithstanding that his sister urged him to do so in 1788. As mentioned earlier, on June 17, 1789, the Monarch signed the declarations proposed by the National Assembly and this marked the beginning of the persecutions for the Monarchy, Church, nobility and certain citizens. Queen Marie-Antoinette was wrongly accused of luxurious indulgence while the people starved of hunger. The inevitable, the climax of the unholy revolution, was at hand when at the National Convention, Philippe of Orleans voted for the King’s execution. King Louis XVI wrote his testament, consecrated France to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and was executed on January 21, 1793, at the guillotine. Evidently, the consecration came way too late, this dynasty resorted to Our Lord’s desire as a last resort, and the dynasty’s hope in Him was a ‘vote of non-confidence.’ The Revolution committed Regicide. The Queen was immorally and unjustly accused of having sexually abused her son and so she on October 16, followed her husband’s fate to the guillotine. Their ten-year-old son, Louis-Charles, died after having been maltreated at the hands of his jailers and suffering of tuberculosis, which he contracted in jail. On June 8, 1795, as the child was near his hour, Louis-Charles said to a good guard: “I’m still suffering, but much less now; the music is so beautiful… it’s coming from above… don’t you hear it? In the midst of all these voices, I recognize my mother’s… I have something to say….”(5) The ten-year-old King died in this manner, a tragic end to such a potentially glorious monarchy. In 2004, the child King’s heart was laid to rest in the royal crypt of the Basilica of Saint-Denis in Paris. Would have things been different for the French Monarchy had the King consecrated himself and country, to the Sacred Heart of Jesus one hundred years earlier? It seems that the good Lord would have indeed, as pledged, protected France and restrained the ungodly rage waged by the secret fraternal brotherhoods against Religion and Monarchy.

At the peak of the French Revolution, the religious, lay persons and nobles invoked the protection of the Sacred Heart and wore the protective badges. Carrying such badges became the official sign of those opposed to the bloody and obscene rage, which unfortunately was fomented by poverty, ignorance and the secret brotherhood. Queen Marie Antoinette carried among her belongings such a badge of the Sacred Heart, with the depiction of the wound, cross, crown of thorns and the words: “Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on us!” The Catholic resistance fighters who fought against the Revolutionaries wore the badge with valor. In the region of Mayenne they were referred to as the Chouns. The Sacred Heart badge was also widely carried by the defenders during the uprisings against the Napoleonic troops and led by Andreas Hofer (1767-1810). So did the ‘Generalissimo’ of the Vendean Army, Jacques Cathelineau, wear both the Holy Rosary beads and the badge, until as a true Christian hero, he fell during the battle of 1793 whilst fighting the godless French Revolutionaries. The ‘Cristeros,’ who fought against the anti-Catholic Mexican government in the 1900s, were true devotees of the Sacred Heart. So were the ‘Catholic Carlists’ who resisted the communists during the Civil War of 1936-1939. With Faith in their breast, they wore the badge of the Sacred Heart which was even painted on their tanks. The Cuban resistance also venerated the Sacred Heart of Jesus, many died before the firing squad yelling: “Long Live Christ the King!” Following the Cuban Revolution, the statues of the Sacred Heart, which stood in the squares were replaced with the statues of Che Guevara, the revolutionist whose hands were stained with the blood of many innocent people. This brings to mind an unholy reversal in the order of the Christian society. Two thousand years ago, following Constantine’s victory at the Milvian Bridge by the intercession of the Christian God, Rome witnessed Emperor Constantine erecting his statue with the sign of the cross clearly sculpted upon it. In the twentieth century the Cubans replaced the monuments of Our Lord with that of Che Guevara.

In 1838, Blessed William Chaminade, the founder of the Marianists communicated with the Pope, by way of a letter saying that: “To the Blessed Mother, therefore, is reserved a great victory in our day, for, to her belongs the glory of saving the Faith from the destruction with which it is threatened.” Therefore, the confidence of the Christian regarding Our Lord’s final scriptural victory, can be further strengthened by mentioning once again Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque’s visions, whereby, Our Lord communicated to her saying: “Fear nothing, I will reign in spite of my enemies and all those opposed to this.”(6) At Fatima Our Lady similarly stated that: “Finally, my Immaculate Heart will triumph!” In the summer of 1931, to Sister Lucia in Fatima the Lord said: “Make it known to my ministers that, given that they follow the example of the King of France in delaying the execution of my request, they will follow him into misfortune…. They did not want to heed my request. Like the King of France, they will repent and do so, but it will be late.”(7) In 1957, Sister Lucia revealed to Father Augustine Fuentes: “In the plans of Divine Providence, God always, before he is about to chastise the world, exhausts all the other remedies. Now, when He sees that the world has not heeded any of them, then, as we say in our imperfect manner of speaking, He offers us with a certain trepidation the last means of salvation, his most Holy Mother.” At Fatima, the Angel of Portugal reminded the children to pray for the reparation of the “outrages, sacrileges, and indifferences” by which the Lord is constantly offended, for the Holy Eucharist is “…horribly outraged by ungrateful men.”

In 1922, following the murder of the Russian Romanoff Monarchy, Lenin wrote in a letter to the Politburo: “Now when there is cannibalism in the famine stricken regions, we can carry out the expropriation of Church valuables with the most furious and ruthless energy…. We must crush their resistance with such cruelty that they will not forget it for decades.”(8) The chastisement of God was evident. In Spain, following the murders committed by the communists in 1936-9, where one-eighth of Spanish priests and nuns were downright slaughtered, the Spanish Communists were known to have desecrated the statues and monuments to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. During the Communist led Spanish Civil War in all, 6,549 priests and 283 nuns were murdered following their decision not to forfeit the Faith. At Cerro de Los Angeles, the exact geographical center of Spain, the communists fired repeated volleys at the statue of the Sacred Heart. Thankfully, the communist rule was short-lived due to Generalissimo Franco who restored order in 1939. His success came in most part due to his respect for the Church, which he favored above the ruthless communist ideals and thankfully, to the thousands of Holy Rosaries recited by the Spanish Catholics.

In 1933, at Banneaux in Belgium, Our Lady visited a poor 11-year-old girl by the name of Mariette Beco. The Blessed Mother appeared to Mariette and led her to an unknown stream. She called herself: “…the virgin of the poor… I am the Mother of the Savior – the Mother of God. Pray much.”(9) A chapel was built on the site of the apparitions and the Holy See approved the apparitions in 1942. The Blessed Virgin also added: “…this stream is especially for me…. This stream is for all the nations; for the sick.” Certain writers interpreted her apparitions as indicative of the impending Second World War, others state that Our Lady encouraged all the various races of Europe to form ‘One United Christian Europe,’ under the guidance of the Christian God. Appropriately so, for He was the one who formed the land, provided the path of Redemption through His Son Jesus Christ and ever protected and blessed those who turned to Him with love and Faith, accepting Him as the Father and their ‘God of Deliverance.’ The coincidence of the geographic location of the stream, to the headquarters of the European Union in Brussles, Belgium, might be no ‘coincidence’ at all. The stream of Our lady flows for all the European Nations and indeed for the entire world. Apparitions of ‘Our Lady of all Nations’ appropriately recurred in Amsterdam. On March 25, 1945, the Blessed Virgin Mary revealed herself to a woman. Ida Peerdeman received the visitation of a ‘Woman’ who referred of herself as: “…the Lady of all Nations…. I come to you today to tell you that human beings in all countries should be one thing in their faith in God the Father, their Creator.” This event occurred while the Second World War was coming to a close. The last European Emperor, Karl I of Augsburg, who died in exile on the Island of Madeira hoped in a Union of European Countries during the First World War which pitted Europeans against Europeans. His vision of a European Union, where the chauvinistic, nationalistic impulses were overcome had been deemed downright ridiculous by many statesmen of the time and after reigning for two years he was forced into exile.

The ‘Karlspreis’ or the ‘International Charlemagne Prize,’ of the City of Aachen, is a European prize. Considered as ‘prestigious’ and ceremoniously awarded yearly to, ‘people who contribute to the ideals upon which it has been founded.’ This award commemorates Charles the Great and is today awarded to the founding fathers of the United Europe. Certain European politicians are purposely excluding the mention of the European Continent’s Christian roots within the European Constitution. For this reason, it is doubtful that Charles the Great, would approve of his name being used to award members of the Anti-Christian fraternal societies. Due to the secularization of Europe, the Constitutional Charter of the European Union had no reference to the region’s Christian roots. How is it conceivable that following so many centuries of guidance and privileges granted to Europeans by God, this atheist and liberal affirmation could be present in one of the most important and fundamental documents constituting the Union. It is questionable whether the idea of the European Union will be blessed by the Christian God or turn out to be another tower of Babel falling apart similarly to the French Monarchy. Nonetheless, ignoring our own obdurate decisions, Our Lady desires the unity of Christians from all over the globe, to form one cohort in their praise to the Almighty, for the reparation of the constant outrageous sins which we daily perpetrate against Him. In reparation for the ‘secular liberalism’ and the manifest anti-Christian works produced by the hidden destabilizing secret brotherhoods.

The Council of Europe was in May 1949 established in Strasbourg. The following year in 1950, the Council invited artists to draw a flag, which would represent the European Union. Out of the one hundred and one flags, the jury settled their choice on Arsene Heitz’s design, which in 1955, was officially approved as the emblem of the future European Union. The Alsation graphic designer, had adopted the Marian twelve stars arranged in a circle set against a blue background. Saint John clearly indicates in Revelation 12: “And there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars.” Similarly, the stars appear in the medal of Sister Catherine Laboure. The matter regarding the manner, which Mr. Arsene Heitz came to produce the pattern of twelve stars, was made public following the official decision of the respectable Council of Europe. Mr. Arsene Heitz reveled that while he was drawing the flag, he happened to read the story of the miraculous medal and felt compelled to include the twelve star design in the flag, so as to invoke Our Lady’s protection for Europe and the future of the European people. Evidently, the battle which is waging for the hearts and minds of men, is clearly manifest. In the European Constitution there exists a secret resistance against any reference to Christianity or the Christian God, however the European Emblem chosen by the Council of Europe, invokes a symbolic reference for Our Lady’s protection. The European Constitution was officially declared ‘defunct’ following the Dutch and French referendum. To make matters even clearer, the European Council adopted the flag on December 8, 1955, which happens to be the solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of Our Lady. Is it possible that by virtue of this choice of date, a few people in politics do follow the will of God or is this rather a sign from Our Lady that Europe should indeed be Christian and should forsake the alternatives? Alas, following the Lisbon Treaty signed on December 13, 2007, the twelve star flag shall be removed as an official symbol of the European Union in 2009.

As explained earlier, King Louis XIV refusal to consecrate France to the Sacred Heart, following Saint Margaret’s advice by way of Our Lord’s apparition of June 17, 1689, led to the tenebrous period of the French Revolution of 1789. Post-Revolution, Napoleon Bonaparte was the emerging force. On May 13, 1809, he marched on Vienna, the home of Marie-Antoinette’s Hapsburg Dynasty. The French King’s decision had therefore effected the future of other Nations. On May 13, 1871, the Law of Guarantees in Italy, declared the Pope’s person inviolable and allowed him possession of the Vatican. This was a semi-victory for the Church, for the effects of the French Revolution and of the spread of the secret brotherhoods in Italy, had assiduously attempted at limiting the powers of the Holy See, by way of the usurpation of the Papal States. On May 13, 1888, slavery was abolished in Brazil; likewise the apparitions of Our Lady at Fatima on May 13, of the year 1917, might symbolize the liberation of humanity from the serfdom to sin and all that belongs to the ‘Prince of this world.’ Our Lady’s apparition could also have been in reparation to the errors caused by way of the French Monarchy’s failures. On May 13, 1940, Prime Minister Winston Churchill stated at the House of Commons: “I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat.”(10) Likewise, Our Lady in 1917 stated that to be liberated from the evils of our present world, we have to perform many acts of reparation, penance, fasting and sincere repentance of our sins, for victory comes through her, the Queen of all Martyrs. Since the Blessed Mother’s apparitions at Fatima, many other world historical events occurred on this feast. The most recent events relate directly to the peace promised by the Blessed Virgin Mary. Ninety years following 1917, the unification of the free Russian Orthodox Christians occurred on May 13, 2007. Truly, this is veritable proof that the Pope’s consecration of the world in particular mention of Russia in 1984, was accepted and a period of peace has been granted to the world.

On June 11, 1899, His Holiness Pope Leo XIII consecrated the whole world to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The consecration was repeated on June 11, 1999, by His Holiness Pope John Paul II. On March 26, 2003, Pope John Paul II, preparing for a pilgrimage at the Marian Shrine of Pompeii for ‘World Peace,’ said: “…with our heart oppressed by the news coming from Iraq which is in war, without forgetting the other conflicts that rage on earth… how important it is that during this year of the Rosary we persevere in praying the Rosary to implore peace!… I ask that you continue to do so, especially in Marian Shrines.” Since the September 11, 2001, attacks on the USA, the world has been seeing a rise in military conflict in the Middle East and political relations between the USA, Europe, China and Russia remain easily perturbed. The present day situation is far removed from the height of the Cold War and the Cuban crisis, which had the world on the verge of a complete annihilating nuclear convulsion. Organized crime, terrorists and rogue states, do not possess an arsenal of hundreds of nuclear warheads and Russia and Communist China are at present, not in the aggressive postures the USSR had adopted during the Cold War.

            Till Judgement Day the Dragon/Devil will continue to be the natural predator and accuser of mankinds’ souls, however, at this final stage of this work, it is clear to me the truth regarding the following thought. I might be bold enough to categorically point out that as He lay hanging upon the sacrificial cross, since the moment the Lord gave his mother to the disciple, she has never ceased to be the mother of humanity. For 2000 years she has molded and ‘given birth’ to numerous Christian societies, born in the blood of war, washed by the sacrificial blood of Jesus Christ and of the martyrs and miraculously protected by her, the Queen and Mother of all mankind.

 

 

 

 

“He told them another parable: “The kingdom of heaven

is like a mustard seed, which a man took and planted in his field.

Though it is the smallest of all your seeds, yet when it grows,

it is the largest of garden plants and becomes a tree,

so that the birds of the air come and perch in its branches.”

Matthew 13:31,32.

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  1. […]   ******** France In ‘Ipotesi su Maria’ the eminent journalist and Catholic writer Mr. Vittorio Messori, on pages 160-167, goes further in explaining the connection of Lourdes with France and European protection and other.. Mr Messori first explains how the clothing of Our Lady, that is a white dress or habit bith blue and silver colours represent ancient Judaic clothing, he interprets this as to indicate that Our Lady desires to reveal that she is a daughter of Zion (interestingly Pope Benedict dedicates a book on Our Lady as being the Daughter of Zion) this however does not make her a Zionist for the Talmud describes her as being a harlot – the blasphemy of blasphemies! Anyway, Mr Vittorio Messori describes how the entire French region of ancient Bigorre was by virtue of the conversion of Mirat to Lorus in 732 consecrated to Our Lady. An ancient tradition of carrying a spear/javelin with grass tied to it, maybe signifying the fact that Our Lady of Le Puy had released Mirat from his Islamic oath, was still carried out till the twentieth century. Following Lorus in his steps, the French King performed this tradition and pilgrimage which the converted Muslim had begun. The French King gave the land to Our Lady of Le Puy whom the French Kings now referred to as the Countess of the region of Bigorre. The tradition was kept for many centuries since 732 AD. Following the work of the secret fraternal societies dedicated to Lucifer, the French Revolution occured and the rights of the land or region of Bigorre were to be handed from the French Crown to the Republic in 1859. However, Our Lady appeared in 1858 at Lourdes reclaiming the land for herself. ******** The following reasoned deductions can be thus made:- 1) The origins of the manifestation of Our Lady of the Puy’s power protecting France and England began in the above mentioned manner and the devotion to Our Lady of Le Puy in France and England was a natural reaction to her maternal protection. 2) It is a story of Muslim conversion and the protection of Christianity from aggressive Islam and the secret fraternal societies. This though is obvious especially when considering the direct influence of the Masonic authorities at resisting and harassing Bernardette. Therefore, Lourdes symbolises a conversion of heretics. 3) Lourdes symbolises the protection of all Europe and the European Union. 4) Lourdes – the healing waters represent the healing of the body and soul and the Christening waters of the Jordan River. The Baptisimal place for humanity, for all mankind. 5) Lourdes and Fatima have similar meanings. 6) The grafting back of Judaism in the ‘Church of Christ’ – Romans 11. 7) Due to point number 2 and 6 the condemnation of a possible Judaic Imposter Messiah. The Immaculate Conception – that is – the fact that Our Lady was kept from Original Sin – that first sin offered by the serpent, which promises the Knowledge of good and evil, which promises a transformation into gods, a separation from God – was OPPOSED publically by Our Lady at Lourdes “I am the Immaculate Conception” – we must reject all gods but the God of Christianity. Lourdes is the modern day spiritual representation of the Jordan River – the Baptisimal waters where Saint John the Baptist symbolically baptised the Son of God and God Himself, Jesus Christ. THE EUROPEAN CONSTITUTION AND THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS AND IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY https://catholicsouthernfront.wordpress.com/chapter-959-the-sacred-heart-of-jesus-the-immaculate-hear… […]

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  2. […]   ******** France In ‘Ipotesi su Maria’ the eminent journalist and Catholic writer Mr. Vittorio Messori, on pages 160-167, goes further in explaining the connection of Lourdes with France and European protection and other.. Mr Messori first explains how the clothing of Our Lady, that is a white dress or habit bith blue and silver colours represent ancient Judaic clothing, he interprets this as to indicate that Our Lady desires to reveal that she is a daughter of Zion (interestingly Pope Benedict dedicates a book on Our Lady as being the Daughter of Zion) this however does not make her a Zionist for the Talmud describes her as being a harlot – the blasphemy of blasphemies! Anyway, Mr Vittorio Messori describes how the entire French region of ancient Bigorre was by virtue of the conversion of Mirat to Lorus in 732 consecrated to Our Lady. An ancient tradition of carrying a spear/javelin with grass tied to it, maybe signifying the fact that Our Lady of Le Puy had released Mirat from his Islamic oath, was still carried out till the twentieth century. Following Lorus in his steps, the French King performed this tradition and pilgrimage which the converted Muslim had begun. The French King gave the land to Our Lady of Le Puy whom the French Kings now referred to as the Countess of the region of Bigorre. The tradition was kept for many centuries since 732 AD. Following the work of the secret fraternal societies dedicated to Lucifer, the French Revolution occured and the rights of the land or region of Bigorre were to be handed from the French Crown to the Republic in 1859. However, Our Lady appeared in 1858 at Lourdes reclaiming the land for herself. ******** The following reasoned deductions can be thus made:- 1) The origins of the manifestation of Our Lady of the Puy’s power protecting France and England began in the above mentioned manner and the devotion to Our Lady of Le Puy in France and England was a natural reaction to her maternal protection. 2) It is a story of Muslim conversion and the protection of Christianity from aggressive Islam and the secret fraternal societies. This though is obvious especially when considering the direct influence of the Masonic authorities at resisting and harassing Bernardette. Therefore, Lourdes symbolises a conversion of heretics. 3) Lourdes symbolises the protection of all Europe and the European Union. 4) Lourdes – the healing waters represent the healing of the body and soul and the Christening waters of the Jordan River. The Baptisimal place for humanity, for all mankind. 5) Lourdes and Fatima have similar meanings. 6) The grafting back of Judaism in the ‘Church of Christ’ – Romans 11. 7) Due to point number 2 and 6 the condemnation of a possible Judaic Imposter Messiah. The Immaculate Conception – that is – the fact that Our Lady was kept from Original Sin – that first sin offered by the serpent, which promises the Knowledge of good and evil, which promises a transformation into gods, a separation from God – was OPPOSED publically by Our Lady at Lourdes “I am the Immaculate Conception” – we must reject all gods but the God of Christianity. Lourdes is the modern day spiritual representation of the Jordan River – the Baptisimal waters where Saint John the Baptist symbolically baptised the Son of God and God Himself, Jesus Christ.   THE EUROPEAN CONSTITUTION AND THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS AND IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY https://catholicsouthernfront.wordpress.com/chapter-959-the-sacred-heart-of-jesus-the-immaculate-hear… […]

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