The Sun of the Virgin
May the Immaculate Heart of Mary triumph over all hearts in this time of tribulation!
The Holy Virgin casts a long and gentle look upon us.
--Why, beloved Mother, are your glances so mild and penetrating?
“By my glances, I call my children to enjoy happiness. I will prepare them for it. I am your Mother and you are my children; I want nothing to surprise you.”
--My Good Mother, permit me to approach closer to you.
The light which the Most Holy Virgin carries on her heart becomes a beautiful sun surrounded by a thousand rays of light.
--Why, Good Mother, does this sun extend far beyond its shining rays?
“Because it is the Light of Truth which clarifies intelligences. Before my Divine Son makes His last threats heard, I want to make shine a beautiful sun, for my children to enjoy again. It will be a supreme warning.”
--My Good Mother, speak slower. The servant [volunteer secretary] is not able to follow you.
A smile opens the lips of Holy Virgin, who says:
“My dear child, I will speak very slowly. The voice of the Truth is always slow.”
--I thank you, my Good Mother, I listen to you.
(20 September 1877)
[Source: page 115, Le Ciel en Colloque avec Marie-Julie Jahenny, by Fr. Pierre Roberdel].
Reflection on this prophecy:
The prophecy for this weekend is short, as Fr. Roberdel does not go beyond this text, as given on page 115 of his book, Le Ciel en Colloque avec Marie-Julie Jahenny.
Our Blessed Mother’s love is the subject of this prophecy.
The Virgin Mother of God looks upon all of us with gentleness in her eyes, the eyes of a loving mother who beckons us to trust her and to come to her.
She explains to Marie-Julie that “By my glances, I call my children to enjoy happiness.”
But the prophecies given to Marie-Julie are about the See of the Cross (the silent exile of the Papacy). There are struggles, there are wars, even Brittany is to be invaded. There are the 3 Days of Darkness, during which 2/3 of mankind will die!
So, in all of this, where are we to enjoy happiness, then?
The Blessed Mother tells us: “I will prepare them for it.”
She is preparing us for the sufferings, the wars and persecutions, and teaching us to look past that to the redemption of the Catholic Church in the eyes of the disbelievers and mockers.
Recall that there is to be a French Monarch who will restore all things—the monarchy in France, and the Seat of Saint Peter to the exiled Pontiff.
Exactly how the Blessed Virgin Mary is preparing us for this joy is by warning us truthfully of all that will come to pass, and so she says, “I want nothing to surprise you.”
And our Blessed Mother has prepared us well, because we do know why the Divine Chastisement will come. Over the course of these prophecies we have learned that:
Proud mankind abrogates all power to themselves and disregards God utterly.
Lately, we have seen an increase of suicides among the well-known. From this, we can see that for many, even at the moment of their death, they want to be in charge, not realizing that they will have their individual judgement upon their death, that they will be judged by God and held accountable for their actions and non-actions.
Mankind must be punished, so that those who will, will turn to God, “to know Him, love Him, serve Him and be with Him for all eternity” (the Catechism).
We may be scared when the punishments come, as fear is a natural reaction which can save us in survival situations, but we will not be surprised. If anything, we are surprised that God is so patient and slow to punish.
So our Holy Mother has prepared us well.
Over her Sacred Heart, there is a light, which Marie-Julie describes to us: “The light which the Most Holy Virgin carries on her heart becomes a beautiful sun surrounded by a thousand rays of light.”
The Virgin Mary tells us that “it is the Light of Truth which clarifies intelligences.”
During this time before the Divine Punishments begin, “[b]efore [Her] Divine Son makes His last threats heard, [She] want[s] to make shine a beautiful sun, for [Her] children to enjoy again.”
We know that the time of Christ’s last threats has passed. We know this because the Divine Punishments began in earnest with the Silent Exile of Pope Gregory XVII, which took place after his election on October 26, 1958.
Our Lady of Fatima spoke of a Spiritual Chastisement, and this was it.
What some writers have called the “auto-destruction” of the Church was as quietly and neatly executed as the implosion of the Trade Centre towers in New York City in 2011.
We are still awaiting the physical chastisements, which are to follow, but they will not be as devastating to the souls of all of us as the spiritual chastisement has been.
Without a valid priesthood who is licit (in communion with the Pope), there is no avenue for Holy Sacraments to keep our souls in a state of grace.
And while the final words of our Blessed Mother may confuse us and cause us to ponder what she means, I gently put forth the following suggestion:
When the Holy Virgin says, “I want to make shine a beautiful sun, for my children to enjoy again. It will be a supreme warning”, she is saying that mankind will have a chance to repent and come into Holy Mother Church when the French Monarch places the exiled Pope on the Seat of Saint Peter. This is when souls will know their true Pope, when they will know the Truth.
The prophecies tell us that the French Monarch will battle the forces of anti-christ, but that he will die in a final battle with the anti-christ. However, we are told that his death will be a sacrifice which he makes onto God, so that his soul is with the Saints.
What is to come? The martyrdom of many at the hands of the anti-christ forces (a last chance for many souls to turn to Christ) before Christ comes again to judge the living and the dead.
By the sign of the Holy Cross, deliver us from our enemies, O Lord our God!
Note: A video is now available showing how to dry the Hawthorn leaves and how to make the tea. Remember that this Monday is the Monday after the Feast of the Assumption, and we are to offer the leaves picked this year to the Blessed Virgin Mary and we must ask Her to bless them. Please see the “Hawthorn leaves” link below.
There is also an explanation under the “Important Prayers” link below that is taken from a sermon by St. Cyprian, Doctor of the Church, which explains the part of the Our Father, “And lead us not into temptation”. It seems that the enemy is trying to change this wording, and so St. Cyprian’s explanation is important to read and to know.