Happy Mother’sDay, Dearest Lady Mother of all Mothers!
Mothers love and nurture their children
Mothers love their children around them
Mothers teach their children to pray
Mothers are the heart of the family
Mothers comfort their children when they fear
Mothers are afflicted with swords of sorrow
Mothers weep for their children
Mothers warn their children of danger
Mothers fear for the future of their children
Mothers are there with their children in their darkest hour
Mary’s song of praise at the meeting of two mothers
My soul magnifies the Lord And my spirit rejoices in God my Savior; Because He has regarded the lowliness of His handmaid; For behold, henceforth all generations shall call me blessed; Because He who is mighty has done great things for me, and holy is His name; And His mercy is from age to age on those who fear Him. He puts forth His arm in strength, And scatters the proud-hearted He casts the mighty from their thrones, and raises the lowly. He fills the hungry with good things, The rich sends empty away . He protects Israel, his servant, remembering His mercy The Mercy promised to our fathers, to Abraham and to His sons forever.
Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit. Amen.
Idols In and Around the Temple. What does it signify?
There are several reasons why these statues are blasphemous and not representational of the Blessed Virgin Mary and Saint Elizabeth.
Firstly they are not representational of their respective states of chastity. In what situation would anyone ever represent a virgin as pregnant and nude? In our culture we have created many ways to symbolise Mary’s virginity while simultaneously showing her motherhood.
She is always humbly and modestly clothed, she often has a halo over/around her head or a crown of Glory and/or is engaged in prayer, openly reflecting God’s glory. She is not introspective (looking to self) but rather reflects always on God.
St. Elizabeth would likewise be modestly dressed to represent her Chastity and holiness but also her advanced age. There is no difference in age noted between the two figurines on the mandala. Except if you consider the taller figure as older. However, this would be anatomically incorrect in that Saint Elizabeth was approximately six months pregnant at the time of visitation and Mary was only a few days pregnant – the gestational stages do not add up when you look at the figurines/statues. Cultural expressions aside, there could have been particular specific symbols to convey the essential nature- of Mary in particular- but these things are lacking and the opposite is conveyed- denigrating and blaspheming the Holy Mother of God.
Compare this to the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
But there’s more- and this shows the real purpose. If these are statues of the Blessed Virgin Mary and Saint Elizabeth, then why is there also, on the same circle or Mandala, a statue of a naked man lying down with an erect p***s?! Can you explain why you would you put that in the same “story”- when you were talking about The Blessed Virgin Mary and Saint Elizabeth, supposedly ‘justly’ representing Mary’s virginity -and chastity in Saint Elizabeth’s case- and their holiness? No, it does not add up. Not unless you were choosing to represent something entirely different in reality and presenting a very false, deceitful, unbelievable excuse as to what these things represented, to the rest of the world. No, these were not what they said they were- and you would have to be very gullible and somewhat ignorant, with no Catholic sensibility and very little sensitivity, to accept- even from a distance- that these idols could be representing saints!!
There are, of course, at least two alternative narratives.
The first identifies them specifically as pagan goddesses and gods/idols and all three or four statues (there may be 2 male statues) are part of a pagan fertility ritual.You can read about that here:
The second narrative is more about why-and what the intended meaning is for the Masons. Because Freemasons use symbols to represent and announce things to the world- to their own kind- and do so through ceremonies and rituals. This ritual was important.
So was the Tucum ring FP accepted, representing his secret commitment to the worst form of Liberation Theology.
(You can read more about that here: https://panamazonsynodwatch.info/feature/will-the-upcoming-synod-be-amazonian-or-masonic/)
This ritual ceremony signified theimminent spiritual birth(or reign)
of the Anti-Christ.
Just as Saint John the Baptist preceded and announced The Christ – preparing the way for Him – the false prophet prepares the way for the Anti-Christ. In this sense then, the 2 statues are mimickingMary and Elizabeth who were to give birth to Christ and his forerunner- John the Baptist. This is so very Masonic. The 2 smaller male statues therefore, represent the False Prophet and the Antichrist – both in their spiritual infancy.
Whereas Christ is born of a Virgin, the reverse is true of the AC. He is born of a Hebrew prostitute (a false nun), fathered by an evil Bishop- in league with Satan. There seems no other explanation of what these statues were announcing. And judging by that, if that’s what the Masons were announcing, then we can expect the AC to begin his public ministry in a little less than 9 months time.
Open Abomination in the Temple of God
To further offend God and profane His temple, the abominable idol then was brought in to God’s Church (St. Peter’s no less) and FP has welcomed them as the official symbols of the Amazonian Synod… Apt symbols for an evil synod indeed!
Deacon Nick Donnelly says it all on Twitter:
Already within days, we have had the breaking of the First Commandment -on sacred ground, the denial of the Divinity of Christ by the FP (Francis) and then the announcement of the plans to build a new headquarter for Chrislam!
Things are moving fast now!
Because the FP really wants to sell PANTHEISM- as well as all paths lead to God. This is required for the New One World Religionwhich is to come. But first he must destroy the Catholic Church (in all her teachings) so that the daily sacrifice (The Eucharist) can be replaced by the Abomination of Desolation. He denies Christ as ‘The’ Messiah to make way for the ‘new messiah’ who will be the AC.
We must keep our eyes open and question everything
because nothing is as it seems!!
Prophecies from the Book of Truth
“My enemies will blind My people to the Truth and soon Christians will become like pagans. I will be thrown out into the gutter like a pauper and the doors of My Church will be slammed in My Face. And when I knock at the door it will be bolted from the inside by those who claim to come from Me.” ((18 Nov.2014)
“The day you pay homage to false gods under My Roof will be the day I will storm My Temple and destroy all within it. How lukewarm is the faith of some of My servants who strive to impress the populace and seek adulation. How little respect is shown to Me in My Own House, when everything that I gave you is tossed aside with indifference until, eventually, nothing of Me will remain within My Church.” (15 Nov.2014)
We started off by going to a Mass at 7am in a small chapel in an orphanage which was built by Fr. Slavko who died in 2000.
Our Austrian friend from World Youth Day was there and another German friend. The hymn at the end of Mass was in 2 languages. I didn’t understand the first but I recognized the word “Gospa” which refers to Our Lady at Medjugorje. The next was in German which I understood. The words were simple and I was concentrating on what I was hearing. I heard “Mary, my Mother, you are my Mother too.”
Well, the tears just started to roll down my face. It makes me teary just remembering it. I wasn’t expecting this. I often pray to Our Lady as “Mother of all mothers” when I have a motherly problem and ask for her intercession.
It was a special grace from Our Lady to start my time at Medjugorje.
More amazing impressions:
There are always large numbers of priests who want to say Mass. Sometimes there are 20 or more concelebrating. There is the main church which has a 10am English Mass each day and lots of other Masses during the day. There is also an Adoration Chapel which has adoration from 2pm to 6pm each day. The whole complex is run by Franciscans.
Two of our group went to Adoration in the afternoon because they were not able to do the climb on the Apparition Hill. Towards late evening they stayed for Mass even though they had been in the evening. One thing they noticed is that 90% of people receive Holy Communion kneeling, and on the tongue!
We arrived home from our 3 hour eventful climb (more later), came home for a quick clean-up and headed off to the church for the evening’s activities.
Being Friday, after the Rosary, it was Adoration of the Cross. There is an altar which is exposed to the
outside as the church inside is not big enough. There were about 2 thousand people there today. There are also about 50 confessionals built on the outside, with bench seats for people to line up. As well as these, there are priests simply sitting on chairs hearing confessions.
BUT the most amazing thing wasn’t any of the above. We joined the people on the outside facing the platform with a huge Cross and a statue of Our Lady near the altar. There was beautiful music that helped you meditate and various meditations were read – each one in about 4 or 5 different languages. They were simple ones like “Remember me when you come into your kingdom” and a short application of each to our personal lives. There were short breaks in between each one. It went for about an hour.
The amazing thing was that not one person whispered, or spoke or moved around. Not even children could be heard. Not even in a church does this happen! It was really unbelievable. And afterwards they left just as silently and there were thousands of people.
The presence of Our Lady is evident:
There were people from all different countries – Italian, Mexican, Irish, the locals, German and of course, us Aussies. These were ones we spoke to. There was a holy and reverent atmosphere that was unmistakable. This place has blessings flowing from heaven– from Our Lady “the Queen of Peace”. (She first appeared in 1981 – 10 years before the Bosnian war. Her message was “Peace, peace, peace”)