“When I will see the lives of the victims in pains, My hand, which
imparts both blessings and blows, shall split the sky and appear at the sight of My just ones, in order to direct them, after the manner of a mysterious star, towards the land of rest. Afterwards, this hand, armed with the weapons of vengeance, after such
a great deal of patience and kindness, will strike the earth; and the blow will be the Great Blow of My Justice.
“A little later, at the beautiful dawn of a morning full
of hope, a saviour will come out, who is going to be chosen by Me, to give peace back to My children in exile. He shall bless My works, favour My purposes, be God’s friend.
“If men do not accomplish what they should, I shall stand in their stead and perform My work without men and in spite of men.”
[Source: page 39, Prophecies of La Fraudais, compiled by Fr. Pierre Roberdel].
Reflection on this prophecy :
We are suffering much physical unrest in the world right now. There are fires in diverse countries that are
burning out of control and bringing much suffering. Illness from unknown diseases continue to take lives. As well, wars and threats of new wars continue daily.
Prayer is extremely
efficacious. Last night this blog posted a request for prayers with a nearby wildfire and it began to rain over night and into the morning. It was a much-needed rain, so thanks be to God for His goodness in hearing your prayers!
What a great charity it is to offer intentions in our daily Rosaries for people who are suffering from natural disasters, illnesses, and wars. The relief felt is so very appreciated!
We faithful have the Communion of Saints to support us in our needs.
As individuals we are so very, very blessed to have the harbour
of Faith as our calm refuge during the midst of sufferings.
How deep must be the suffering of those who only look to themselves, their neighbours, or their governments
to provide them with relief and help—if only they knew to take a rosary in hand and begin to pray!
This week’s prophecy highlights that there is a role for
victim souls to expiate for the sins of mankind by sufferings: “I will see the lives of the victims in pains” says Christ our Lord.
us that He is the one who gives us “blessings and blows” and our Faith tells us that what we receive from Him is always what is the best for our souls.
The times we are living through are dynamic in the struggle of good versus evil.
God’s “just ones” shall see a sign “split the
This sign is “a mysterious star” which has the purpose “to direct them, . . . towards the land of rest.”
Could this mysterious star be the larger of the three asteroids which are currently hurrying in the direction of Earth, and the largest which is aiming for the Pacific Ocean subduction
Could this mysterious star or asteroid be the burning mountain that falls into the sea which Saint John sees in the Book of the Apocalypse (Apoc. 8:8)? This event
leads to one third of ocean life dying, according to Saint John.
It is confusing to know how this will lead us to the land of rest. Perhaps its trajectory (path) needs
to be followed before its path is affected by Earth’s gravity field?
What this prophecy tells us is that this event (of God’s doing) will lead to great suffering
universally across this Earth: “this hand. . . will strike the earth; and the blow will be the Great Blow of My Justice.”
We can expect a period
of suffering, most likely to help each other to survive with day-to-day needs (such as drinking water).
After this, there is great news for the Holy Roman Catholic Church:
“A little later, at the beautiful dawn of a morning full of hope, a saviour will come out, who is going to be chosen by Me, to give peace back to My children in exile.”
By peace, we can hope for the Papal Restoration of the true Holy Father, bringing the Hierarchy out of Exile.
Once out of Exile, vocations would grow among the faithful and converts.
The true Priesthood would grow and spread to the faithful around the world, bringing sacramental
graces to our starving souls!
[Canon 1825] If anyone then says that it is not from the institution of Christ the Lord Himself, or by divine right that the blessed Peter has perpetual successors in the primacy over the universal Church,
or that the Roman Pontiff is not the successor of blessed Peter in the same primacy, let him be anathema.