What Readers Are Thinking

Sep. 12, 2020

Sadlyrose writes:

I thought the Three Days of Darkenss is going be at the end of 3 and a half years. Is the last battle then, and after that, God will burn the world and bring his kingdom down?

MJJP replies:

No, it is a world without end, as we pray daily in the Creed which is a statement of Roman Catholic beliefs, taught to us by Christ and His 12 Apostles. 

The timing of the 3 Days of Darkness is not clear, except that we know they will occur towards the beginning of a year.

Look at the Warnings here:  The Warnings

Aug. 26, 2020

Yvonne writes:

Hello do the leaves need to be separated from the berries? And do you know if it is a particular Hawthorne plant? Thank you.

MJJP answers:

Hi Yvonne. The Blessed Virgin Mary told us to make a tea out of the leaves, so yes, I would remove the berries and try to plant the berries to grow your own medicinal tree(s).

The Blessed Virgin Mary did point to one hawthorn in particular, the English Hawthorn tree (Crataegus monogyna). Here is a close-up photo, and you can find short identification videos that I have done in this link, as well as a procedural video of how to make the medicinal tea: Hawthorn Leaves


Aug. 8, 2020

Sheila writes:

How will we know when the 3 days of darkness are over if we can't look out our windows?

MJJ responds:

Hi, Sheila. You bring up an important question.

First of all, it will be a bright morning of sunlight, and it will be on the Saturday morning. This is how the 3 Days of Darkness will end.

How will the 3 Days of Darkness begin? This is more complicated:

Prophecies given to Marie-Julie Jahenny assure us that the Wednesday night will be very cold -- This is one of the warnings.

It has been prophesied that the 3 Days of Darkness will be on the Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, but there is some confusion in the prophecies about whether it is 3 nights of Darkness or 3 days of Darkness. 

(There were enemies who infiltrated as secretaries to record some prophecies, so the confusion may come from their attempt to create a diabolical disorientation.)

What we do know is that by Saturday morning, the Chastisement will be over. The sunlight that morning will show this.

Keeping up with your daily Rosary and other prayers is important:

The Church dedicates Wednesdays to Saint Joseph, Thursdays to the Blessed Sacrament, Fridays to the Crucifixion and Death of our Lord Jesus Christ, and Saturdays to the Blessed Virgin Mary.

And also, God's Mercy will give us time to have a rehearsal:

One of the Warnings will be 2 Days of Darkness in France (perhaps elsewhere also) where there will only be darkness, no destruction, as a preparation for the 3 Days of Darkness -- a true Warning!

We can also prepare by keeping the time difference with Brittany in our minds:

It is also good to keep in mind the time difference with France. You can easily google this and keep it written down, or you may want to have a clock in your home on Brittany time, for example, the city of Nantes, just as a reminder. The cold night on Wednesday will be earlier in the day for us in North America. 

Aug. 2, 2020

Vincente writes:

For hawthorn, Our Lady said to present them to her on the Monday after August 15.
What indications does the Holy Virgin give for St. John's wort, ivy and violets? Thanks.

MJJP replies:

Hi, Vincente. Great question. First of all, ivy is not a medicinal plant, and it is not one of the plants to use for healing.

As for St. John''s wort (to calm and soothe us) and violets (for headaches), we are not asked to present these. We simply are to use them. Only the English Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) is to be presented to the Blessed Virgin Mary for her to bless it.

Dec. 29, 2019

Arise, O Lord! And let Thy enemies be scattered!


 MJJP:  Amen!