Feb. 23, 2018

Blackened Crown of France

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Let us pray for the intercession of those Saints who endured torturous persecutions, at the hands of fellow consecrated souls, after the takeover of the Vatican State with the pushing aside of Pope Gregory XVII.  

 

The Virgin slightly lifts up her black dress which is hiding her feet. She lets me see a broad black crown which is left with only a few white dots. She withdraws it from her feet and picks it up in her virginal hands.

“Here it is, she says, that unfortunate crown, so white in by-gone times, so much admired by foreign kings and so renowned as far as the end of the world. Today, under this painful appearance, it is the crown of France. She will preserve this heartrending colour until the day when the man of God, my son, will come to raise France from its rubbish. With tears he will take up this mournful head-band and lay it around his forehead, thus restoring, with a broken heart, that kingdom which had fallen to such wretched and most guilty devastations. Within that crown, my children, the whole of France is enclosed, except for you, O Brittany!

“I would have liked not to lay this black crown down, not even at the tip of your lands, O Brittany which I love; but my Son has preserved one corner for the most painful trial. I shall intervene the most I will be able to.”

With both hands, the Blessed Virgin lifts the crown up towards Heaven and says:

“My Son, since all my people are threatened, except for Brittany, preserved by my mother and protected by my bounty, oh! at least keep safe the remnants of your houses which have consecrated themselves to You; keep your faithful apostles in peace; leave them their rest.”

The Virgin remains silent. This word is heard, the voice of God speaking as judge and penetrating to the depths.

“My Mother, within a short time, no peace nor rest will be left; within a short time, freedom will be left only for wickedness, setting to fire, blood, and death.”

Those are the words I heard, strongly and in truth. The Blessed Virgin lays the crown at her feet and says:

“O France so dear, I am gazing upon you with an eye wet with tears. I see this crown rising from your feet. You will lay it upon your head. You will come to sink mercilessly the weapon of death into the heart of your generous fighters, the sword of the passing away.” (Second part of November 30, 1880).

[Source:  pp. 64-65, Prophecies of La Fraudais].

 

Reflections on this prophecy

 

When France was Catholic, her crown would have been white. Her monarchy and her country were Catholic.

Since the French Revolution, masonic enemies have pushed France into the cesspool of communism.

There is nothing clean, nothing pure about communism. It seeks to enslave people in every way:  intellectually, morally, spiritually, and physically (monetarily).

God gave us free will, the Ten Commandments, and the Catholic Church.  These are all things which communism abhors.

In this prophecy, France’s crown has become all black, except for a white spot here and there, which may represent Catholic bishops and religious who remain faithful to Holy Mother Church.

The Blessed Virgin wears mourning clothes as she shows this crown to Marie-Julie.

Our Holy Mother continues to intercede on behalf of this fallen France, this faithless France.

Christ her Son, our Lord, hears His Mother.  One day He will come to France’s rescue:

“With tears He will take up this mournful [ black crown] and lay it around his forehead, thus restoring, with a broken heart, that kingdom which had fallen to such wretched and most guilty devastations.”

Why “most guilty devastations”? Because France has had a major part to play in the masonic pushing aside of the Papacy (see www.thepopeinred.com).

And so, there is still much suffering ahead for France and her inhabitants.

The Blessed Virgin Mary, who loves Brittany, the land of her mother, with a special tenderness and protection, tells Marie-Julie that it is God’s Holy Will that there will be most painful suffering in one small part of this blessed region: “my Son has preserved one corner for the most painful trial.”

We are not told which part of Brittany is to suffer; perhaps this prophecy refers to the invasions of the foreign army into the south of Brittany; but, regardless, our Holy Mother assures Marie-Julie: “I shall intervene the most I will be able to.”

As the Blessed Virgin proceeds to offer the black crown to Christ her Son, as an intervention on behalf of Brittany, we understand that She is pleading for the Faith to continue in Brittany:

“…oh! at least keep safe the remnants of your houses which have consecrated themselves to You [the monasteries and convents]; keep your faithful apostles in peace [the bishops]; leave them their rest [from the persecutions].”

As we have seen, the false masonic religion was to gain the upper hand worldwide in an invisible way beginning on October 26, 1958, and so no one religious household nor no one or two (or more) bishops could have staved off a successful and lasting offensive.

The takeover was stealthy and slowly methodical, and this has been a major reason for its success in deluding Catholics worldwide, even the vast majority of consecrated souls.

But nonetheless, there have been true Catholics in France (and, we must understand, in every other country also) who have fought hard against the constant onslaught of destruction of the Faith which occurred over the decades after October 26, 1958. 

And so, there are martyrs, those “generous fighters”:

“You [France] will come to sink mercilessly the weapon of death into the heart of your generous fighters, the sword of the passing away.”

Perhaps most of these martyrdoms have been white martyrdoms of a lifelong of suffering, which has been the case with Pope Gregory XVII.

In this case, the “weapon of death” is persecution and the insistence of replacing lies for the Truth.

When Truth is silenced with the pushing aside or deaths of the last of the “generous fighters”, then there is truly a spiritual death for France (and all countries), a “passing away” of any trace of the Catholic Faith.

Today, we are living in the wasteland which is the aftermath of this takeover and these persecutions of faithful Catholics now gone to their eternal rewards.

We have a privileged position, for our eyes are not dimmed by God.  He has permitted us to know of the takeover, which allows us to imagine the extent of the hidden martyrdoms of the faithful ones, as we live our lives amid the spiritual death of family, friends, and co-workers.

Let us ask these Saints to intercede for us so that we may also remain faithful to Holy Mother Church, and to her Head, Pope Gregory XVIII.  May we persevere until after we have drawn our last breaths.

Jesus, Mary, and Joseph, have mercy us!  Holy Saints of God, plead for us and for the Papal Restoration!

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