Our Lady of Fatima

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Doubleday, 1954 - Religion - 223 pages
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"The future of our civilization, our liberties, our very existence may depend upon the acceptance of her commands." --William Thomas Walsh

This was the conclusion reached by William Thomas Walsh, distinguished author, historian, and teacher, after he had thorougly investigated the miracle of Fatima. Here is the whole remarkable story of the appearance of the Blessed Virgin Mary to three simple children at an obscure Portuguese village in 1917. Her prophecies of World War II and the rise of communism, her plea to humanity to do penance, her promise that world peace and the conversion of Russia would take place if her messages were heeded -- these are some of the dramatic events in this fascinating account of a modern miracle.

Our Lady of Fatima is a magnificent re-creation of an event whose effects are still reverberating throughout the world -- the appearance in person of the Mother of God with a "peace plan from heaven."

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The Fatima visions are one of the most Satanic calls for the unholy peace and the ascendance of the antichrist. By intentional desolation to rivals of the Catholic hegemony(the Mystery of Babylon religion) the neo-Inquisition started.
On Swan Street, Lewiston, New York the unashamed slaughter, in his early youth, of the Fathers chosen and his accompanying friends is chronicled cryptologically. This shrine is strategically placed by the Niagara Falls so that a plethora of foreign nationals visit it as part of their Niagara Falls vacation. This creates an unending source of souls to take captive by many means to drive their program further[see Zechariah 8:23]. The Fatima peace is the unholy alliance peace spoken of in Daniel 9:27.
The acts of the Fatima cult are well recorded and strengthen with even minimal signs of resistance. See the proximate 'Thornwood Village' that heralds their development of a table of shewbread against informational resisitance of the late 1980's and early 1990's.
 

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Willam T. Walsh (1891-1949) was an American Catholic author and historian. He received his B.A. from Yale University and an honorary Litt.D. degree from Fordham University. Among his many works are The Mirage of the Many, Isabella of Spain, Characters of the Inquisition, and Saint Peter, the Apostle.

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