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Jeremiah, chap.44: [25] Thus saith the LORD of hosts, the God of Israel, saying; Ye and your wives have both spoken with your mouths, and fulfilled with your hand, saying, We will surely perform our vows that we have vowed, to burn incense to the Queen of Heaven, and to pour out drink offerings unto her: ye will surely accomplish your vows, and surely perform your vows.


John Paul II at the statue of  the Lady of  Fatima

Get up, women, beat your breast and cry out, rather, about mourning and anguish:
a grave bloody wound has been inflicted upon the daughter of Sion, from whose eyes day and night drop tears.-

From "To the pleasure seeking City" Marcello Ciai 1995


"The millennium is feminine launched into a sheep-fold"

Wojtyla at Assisi


Marcello Ciai deeply loves the Mother Church and that he keeps the Pope in his heart.  To witness this, we quote a passage of a writing edited in the newspaper "La Stampa" signed by Guido Ceronetti,  with regard to another vision a little preceeding the attempt to the Pope in 1981.

...The breakdown between prophetism and priesthood is always unevitable. Nevertheless, turning over the pages  of the smoking prophecies of  Marcello (today about sixty, white beard, human warmth) you read, that on the first of May 1981 he had the vision of the Pope seriously ill, standing "behind a small white hospital table".
Thirteen days later there was the attempt of Agcà, and it is true that the Pope, though injured, remained  "on his feet"....

Guido Ceronetti


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The Pope at the blessing "Urbi et Orbi" of Easter Sunday,
sings at surprise the wishes in latin smiling:

"Surrexit Dominus de sepulcro qui pro nobis pependit in ligno. Alleluja!"
"The Lord is risen from the tomb: He who was hanged on the tree for us. Hallelujah!"

“Expergiscere, homo: quia pro te Deus factus est homo!”
"Wake up, man; because for you God made Himself a man."

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