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Very good for accuracy. The Vatican assigned a priest to live with the Taigi family. At the times someone who had a cold would come to their house and Anna-Marie would cure them and immediately return to her housework; this was only the least of her works. Anna-Marie could see the future like a panorama in front of her all the time in the form of a glowing ball. This is an interesting concept for those who know "time" cannot be proven to exist and God lives apart from "time." Also, I must add Islam is a peaceful Political, quasi religion, only to other Muslims! If you were not Muslim you received Hell. It has been estimated 90% of Greek culture was destroyed in the Islamic library burnings.
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