Mary appeared to three children and asked them
to spread her message to the world that we all needed to repent of our sins and
turn toward her Son, the One True God (in union with the Father and the Holy Spirit.)
She asked the children to pray the rosary and to make sacrifices for the
conversion of poor sinners. Mary told how God desires that we have
peace, but we must do penance for our sins to avoid the punishment of
Mary’s Warnings All Came to Pass
Mary had foretold how Russia would lead to the
annihilation of many countries.
“If my requests are heeded, Russia will be
converted, and there will be peace; if not, she will spread her errors
throughout the world, causing wars and persecutions of the Church. The
good will be martyred; the Holy Father will have much to suffer; various
nations will be annihilated”
This message was revealed before the Communist
“October Revolution” which actually took place in November according to
our calendar due to the fact that the Russians use a different calendar
than ours. The children who received the message were from a poor
farming village and had little education. They had never heard of the
country Russia, and had assumed that it was a reference to some woman.
Mary had also foretold of the coming of World
“The war (World War I) is going to end: but if
people do not cease offending God, a worse one will break out during the
Pontificate of Pius XI. When you see a night illumined by an unknown
light, know that this is the great sign given you by God that he is
about to punish the world for its crimes, by means of war, famine, and
persecutions of the Church and of the Holy Father.”
The prophecy about the sign of another coming
war was fulfilled Jan. 25, 1938. The night was illumined by a strange
light that stretched from the north pole to as far south as the
Adriatic. The newspapers around the world reported it, but
were unable to explain it, except by saying that the Aurora Borealis was
going nuts. And less than two months later, on March 13 of that
year Hitler invaded Austria.
Historians disagree on when to date the
beginning of World War II. Many will use the date of September 1939,
when Germany invaded Poland. However, a good argument could be
made that it began when Hitler invaded Austria in March of 1938.
This was very important to Hitler and his claims for greatness. He
compared Germany’s role then with the Holy Roman Empire, which lasted
from the crowning of King Charlemagne as Emperor on 25 December AD 800
until its dissolution in 1806. The head of the House of Habsburg was
often elected as the Holy Roman Emperor. And the dynastic capital of
Habsburg Monarchy was Vienna Austria.
The second great era of German rule was by Otto von Bismarck. It lasted
from 1871 till 1918.
Hitler began what he called the Third Reich, or the Third Reign. This
term was meant to show the continuity of German greatness with these two
previous periods. And according to Nazi propaganda it was to last 1,000
years like the First Reich, or First Reign, that began with Charlemagne.
With the militarily forced annexation of Austria, the Third Reich of
Germany began its global domination of foreign countries.
This unknown light in the sky which foretold the coming of this horrible
war, WWII, was reported in The New York Times less than two months
before World War II was to begin.
See The New York Times
January 26, 1938, Page 25