We have repeatedly warned — and in-depth, with our “special reports” — that whatever happens in the future, the main issue will include infrastructure, as in the electrical grid, general electronics, and, of course — paramount, these days — cyber networks. We can’t even operate our water plants without them. (Contemplate for a moment how much is now dependent on the internet). We also have discussed potential geophysical events in the future.
In this vein did we learn of an interesting nugget of prophecy from an old, controversial apparition at Heroldsbach in Germany, which dated back to 1949.
Keep in mind that the Church was less than enthusiastic about it. It was rejected, all but condemned, then semi-accepted. In 1998, the Archdiocese of Bamberg officially recognized Heroldsbach as a “place of prayer” with no comment on the supernatural character of the events. (During the famous exorcisms of Anneliese Michel in Germany, a demon reportedly bragged that evil forces caused the diocese to negate the apparition. See the story here.)
Back to the point: In May of 1959, an alleged adult female seer (there were dozens at Heroldsbach) had a vision of a large spider web that ran through the whole universe. In its center sat a metal blinking spider. The woman supposedly heard a voice say, “This web must not be touched; when it is touched, it will tear.” She added:
“As soon as the spider began to move, I heard a terrible roar, it created fissures in the earth, where entire houses sank. I heard great lamentations of the people who were swallowed by the raging earth. There were so many people lying dead on the streets. We had no more cars and airplanes; also, no artificial light. I saw the sea in its swell exceeding houses and transgressing and many towns and villages were flooded. The [food] was mostly contaminated, and the people who ate it died from severe abdominal cramps. We had only a very little amount of healthy food.”
Spiders weave webs. The internet, of course. is known as The Web.
A decade after Heroldsbach were apparitions at Turzovka, Slovakia.
We’ll revisit these in more depth at some other time. or in a special report.
Says a website called Mary, Immaculate One, the Virgin appeared as “a smiling, white-dressed Lady, girded on her waist with a blue sash, in the act of crushing the head of the serpent with her heel, and with the right index finger towards the picture, disappeared and replaced by a large map of the world without the borders of the various nations. The appearance was that of the Immaculate Conception of Lourdes.”
The map was dominated by three colors: blue indicating the sea; yellow the plains, and green, mountains and forest. The seer was a ranger named Matia Laschut.
“Under the world map appeared a black tablet on which were explained the changes that will happen on the map of the world. He noticed seven changes in all. The first four and the last – the seventh – are regarding everything; the fifth and sixth, he can only say them to the Holy Father. The first phase shows the colors in their symbolic meaning. The green color marks the boundary of Good and Hope of Salvation; the yellow color, the Evil and the Punishments. On the tablet it is written: ‘The plains are worse, and therefore they will be destroyed sooner…’ The green areas near the mountains will have the first hope of salvation. At the end it is written: ‘Do Penance! Pray for the priests! Say the Holy Rosary!'”
That was around the onset of the Church sex abuse scandals, which began in earnest in seminaries that decade.
A second image, it seems, saw evil advancing in the world, the yellow color widening and canceling the green. In a third figure, the yellow color submerged and covered the entire earth, and a rain of fire fell from the clouds.
The alleged message with it:
“If men do not correct themselves, punishments and frightening catastrophes – sporadic or frequent – will come and men will be wiped out in various ways.”
Laschut supposedly saw massive craters and explosions that tossed frightening content from the abyss, shaking everything around it from a distance. Here we get back to the geophysical. “Wherever this substance or matter falls, all life ceases,” recounted the website. “Such are the consequences of sin: destruction, desert, spiritual death of all living beings. Fearful are the punishments, which were shown to Laschut, which men build with their own hands. The writing that appears on the tablet is a harsh warning: ‘If men do not convert, they will be taken away with punishment.'”
And so it is, in our time.
Yet, we have the way to safety under the mantle of Holy Mary and her sorrowful heart, particularly at this time of the year.
The essential message:
Anything can happen. Much can occur. What we rely upon for all daily needs can vanish. The Lord does not.
Seek refuge only in God.
There is no human, no organization, no political party, nowhere else that constitutes true hope and safety. Our refuge is at Calvary in the shadow of the Cross.