Marie-Julie's Opinion about the King
In the course of a conversation lasting for three hours, with Marie-Julie, on February 9, 1914, Mr. Lainé writes: She repeated to me what she had previously said:
"God is hiding the one He is going to choose in order to save the Church and to rule over France, to withdraw the whole world from the domination of the devil whose ruling is in full swing at present times, whom God actually leaves to be the master."
Marie-Julie cannot give any precision about the king. The only thing that she knows is that he shall be of the descendence of Saint Louis; that's all. The one God is going to pick up will be of perfect purity: he shall live in God and for God. He shall be completely surrendered to God's Will for the protection of the Church and the salvation of souls. God is going to bring him out on His own good time. His advent has been manifested to Marie-Julie, and several times at that.
She is aware that she will not see him on earth, but is going to see him from above. The king is coming along accompanied by a very reduced retinue of men inspired, like himself, with the love of God and seeking nothing else but His glory. But this small escort was preceded by Saint Michael the Archangel, who opened the marching with his flaming sword...Humanly speaking, they were endowed neither with number nor strength. Their strength was in God...
But before that event takes place, three monarchs have to introduce themselves, moved by human ambitions, and knowing of nothing but human means. Saint Michael is going to overthrow them successively.
To the one He will have chosen, God will give all the graces and enlightenments necessary, which will make known to him the means he will have to put to work in view of the amendment of mankind, just like God wants it.
[Source: p. 40, Prophecies of La Fraudais].
The Great Monarch Ends Persecution Against True Papacy
"The one whom exile is preserving, is the one to march against the Eternal City with the gallant fighters who will have given him assistance. The august Victim and all his children in faith, will await nothing short of a miracle. Without such a miracle, nothing can be done; nothing will be able to be restored to a deep peace." (September 29, 1879, p. 209).
"Let earthly men look for their sceptre. The one who is to carry it is hiding in the secret of the Eternal. (Abbé Coquet, July 9, 1895, p. 100, ibid).
"When the earth will have been cleansed, through the chastisements, from all the crimes and all the vices with which it is clothed, fair days will return with the Saviour who has been chosen by Us, who is still, up to now, unknown to Our children." (Sept. 29, 1901, p. 42, ibid).
"A little later on, under a beautiful dawn on a morning filled with hope, the Saviour will come out who will be blessed and chosen by Me to return peace to My chidren in exile. He will praise My works, uphold My designs, and will be My friends' friend." (Abbé Baudry, December 1, 1896, p. 100, ibid).