@Muzhik what were the reasons the consecration of Russia wasn’t done directly and publicly again.
You mentioned past Pope’s were afraid it would give Russia the idea to invade and they wanted prevent nuclear war in the 1980’s.
I’m a little more objective these days since we haven’t gone up in a fiery ball of wrath.
I’m planning on writing about a lot of weird stuff involving the usual stranger things that you hear from these ufologist / Judaizers who talk about shape-shifting reptilians from different dimensions, CERN and the Book of Enoch.
Got to mix things up and debunk some of it.
With the consecration of California to the Immaculate Heart of Mary I will probably have to put out another few articles one on Fatima and some articles on what my plans are on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception and the 9th on the consecration date.
I’m going to write a very objective piece on why people don’t think the consecration happened but I also need the pros for why it did happen.
If it did happen one of my own theories is this that were in a temporal time war.
You have heard me say this before in reference to the other Marian apparitions and their parallel themes.
Every time that God sends his Messengers Prophets, Saints, or the Virgin Mary there are conditional messages the timeline is always changing even with little prayers and sacrifice’s that we offer up.
Even if the conditions aren’t completely met some changes are made by the knowledge being made aware and devotion that some people have.
What I propose is this the reason that the Third Secret doesn’t really make sense in reference to the assassination attempt on Saint Pope John Paul II is because the consecration did take place and had it not taken place the Russians or some other military group possibly Islamic terrorist would have invaded the Vatican and massacred the Pope, clergymen and lay people.
Instead on the anniversary of Fatima the Pope was shot and almost killed and this miracle of his survival was the cause of our ladies intercession.
God’s outside time but you get what I’m saying.