“Resting on the shoulders of the people who will be quite unhappy, there will be undeniable burdens of abominations from which they will be unable to protect themselves. They
will have to obey.
“In every place and city in France, the law-makers will appoint a host of watchmen: from ten to fifteen men. From six to eight in
small regions and still fewer in very exiguous places. The whole people will have to submit to such a watching or else to endure imprisonment and then finish their lives under trenchant weapons. Such will be the great day of the great freedom!
“That infamous law will come out together with a great number of others. Nobody will be able to withdraw from them… or else death in the dark depth of prisons!”
(April 20, 1882)
[Source: p. 115, Prophecies of La Fraudais, by Fr. Pierre Roberdel].
Reflection on this Prophecy:
This week’s prophecy is the next segment of the
larger prophecies that begins on page 113.
Again the translation is awkward, and we read:
will be undeniable burdens of abominations from which they will be unable to protect themselves. They will have to obey.”
But a person of Faith would rather
die in martyrdom than commit what is an abomination in the eyes of God!
Especially in these times of infiltration into the Church and holy Priesthood, we avoid committing sins,
and especially mortal sins, since there is no true Priest to absolve us of our sins!
And it has to be mentioned here that this prophecy does NOT condone just giving up to the
will of the evil governments and doing as they say.
This prophecy is merely pointing out the very difficult times that we are facing, when laws are being enacted which deny
us our basic human rights to things like jobs and being able to buy food…
These restraints upon our the obtaining of our necessities are the “burdens of
abominations” being spoken of.
If no one “will be unable to protect themselves” and find sources in an underground black market,
this means that either the laws will be prohibitive and merchants will not dare to sell to the unmarked ones, or else that everyone who has accepted the Mark will be possessed and not want to help us.
We will have no options. If we want to enact business with the world for our daily sustenance, then we “will have to obey” and take the Mark, to our eternal damnation.
But this is no option!
We who love our Jesus Crucified and the Blessed Virgin Mary our Mother will NOT be doing that!
So we see, then, by the words of this prophecy, how it will be: at some point, we will have to walk away from our homes and creature comforts, and we will have to walk to our exiles, into
the mountains, or else we will have to accept imprisonment and execution.
Either way, we will experience martyrdom, which we must look forward to as a great grace, since it
will cleanse us of our sins and imperfections.
And our painful contemplations of what is soon to befall us is our white martyrdom.
Even the painful reading of this week’s prophecy and reflection is our white martyrdom.
We are here to prepare ourselves, to fortify
ourselves in mind, heart, and soul for what is coming. So let’s be brave!
We have the great opportunity today, February 5, 2022, and for the next four First Saturdays,
to pray the Holy Rosary, along with a fifteen-minute meditation, to make reparation for the blasphemies being constantly given against the Holy Mother of God:
against the Immaculate Conception
Blasphemies against her Perpetual Virginity
against her Divine Maternity and at the same time the refusal to recognize her as the Mother of all mankind.
Blasphemies of those who seek openly to foster in the hearts
of children indifference and even hatred for the Immaculate Mother.
The offences of those who directly outrage her in her holy images.
This devotion is a most necessary spiritual armor for these times.
Mary, most holy, pray for us who have recourse to Thee!
[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.