Two items before going to the mailbag:
For years, right up to the pandemic, secular, specialty, and fringe media alike were chock-full of UFO reports.
All around the world were strange lights, discs, flitting “tic-tacs,” luminous triangle formations, and so forth. They were even coming from Navy pilots (who videotaped them). Reports were on network news, all across the internet, throughout Youtube and social media, and on the front pages of what newspapers there are left. When coronavirus took hold, the reports came to what seemed like a screeching halt. Were they simply squeezed out of the news because there was so much news of the pandemic?
The sighting of strange luminosities similarly occurred in the Middle Ages during the Black Death (bubonic plague) that killed 25 to 33 percent — a quarter to a third — of Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. (Compare that to covid-19, which in the U.S. thus far, though terrible and not to be underplayed whatsoever, has killed “just” .04 percent, or 1/2,600th, of the American population thus far.) There were so many strange lights before and then during the Black Death that priests and at least one bishop exorcised them!
In our current time, there also have been those strange rumblings and “trumpet” sounds, reported around the world and taken by many as a sign of something coming. Now, they too also seem to have gone silent, except for what they call the “worldwide hum,” which scientists think they have explained.
According to a secular site called The Conversation, “One geoscientist, David Deming, looked at the High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP), an isolated military compound in Alaska that uses radio waves to study outer space and for testing advanced communication techniques – and a favorite focus of conspiracy theorists, who have accused the facility of acts ranging from mind control to weather control. He studied the possibility of otoacoustic emissions, which are naturally occurring sounds caused by the vibration of hair cells in the ear.
“Deming eventually fingered Very Low Frequency (VLF) radio waves (between 3 kHz and 30 kHz) as the most likely culprit. The world’s military powers use massive land-based and airborne transmitters on these frequencies in order to communicate with submerged submarines. Radio waves at these frequencies can penetrate up to a solid inch of aluminum.”
Perhaps this answers some instances; certainly, the description does not fit all.
And so the mystery perseveres.
As for the mail, viewers continue to dream dreams (Joel 2:28). “I had a dream on June 15th about the three days of darkness,” says Janet Carson of Richmond Virginia. “I looked up at the sky and the sun was very bright but I could look at it. I think it was the sun because it was golden yellow and round like the sun. Inside was the crucified Christ. I remember starring at it and it stirred something in my soul, but others simply looked without understanding. Later that night, there was complete darkness and the wind was howling. We locked the doors and closed the blinds and I told everyone not to go outside or look out the window. We all prayed on our knees. I heard the sounds of demons and they would try and open the door but the door remained locked. The next day, the sounds stopped and people were going outside. I begged them to stop but they did not and they were caught outside by the demons. They were banging on my door begging to be let inside but I couldn’t because it was a trick. I woke up very shaken. I never ever had a dream like this. I just felt I needed to let people know.”
The coronavirus pandemic is said to have caused many to have vivid dreams, and certainly is causing subconscious anxiety. Nearly ninety percent of Americans are concerned about the nation’s future, and nearly eighty percent believe it is at its lowest-ever point in their lifetimes. At times it seems like what we are dealing with is almost a phantom pathogen, an ephemeral circumstance that at least for now, throwing constant curves, defies scientific understanding.+
Wrote another viewer: “Have you seen this Facebook post? Nothing short of a miracle. This is Fr. Nagel and his Angel.
The post, it seems, was from a man named Owen Duckett who related that “Saturday night I found myself in a situation I did not want to be in. Leaving my uncle’s house after a visit with family I felt what can only be described as a very strong draw within myself to go and check on Saint John’s Catholic Church in downtown Indianapolis, which I knew was in the thick of the riots.+
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