Lining up for the festivals this summer we have Metallica, Marilyn Manson, Motorhead and Mary (as in the Blessed Virgin). The BVM will be making a personal appearance at the Caritas ranch, Birmingham, Alabama so book your tickets now! And don’t forget to exit via the gift shop (MejMart) where you can buy all your end-of-days salvation needs such as the Saving the Family Kit ™ for only $196, which includes the mystical visions of the hidden life of Jesus – The Poem of the Man-God, where we see the iron-age Galilean carpenter at work with a screwdriver more than a thousand years before they were invented!
Did you know that the United States was founded by the BVM? Oh yes! In his marvellous book, (free on the website!) the modern mystic A Friend of Medjugorje (AFOM) reveals that Christian Vikings dedicated the new land to the BVM back in the 14th Century. Did you know that Columbus’ ships were called Santa Maria, Pinta and Nina which means Holy Mary Paints Girl which is Our Lady of Guadalupe? And that the Lady of Medjugorje appeared to George Washington and foretold the civil war amongst other things. The ‘indians’ (I think he is referring there to Native Americans) happily accepted that their superior white brothers should take all their land as it was the will of the great spirit who is also the white man’s god after all. Also did you know that the attack on Pearl Habour was predicted by the BVM when she appeared at Fatima? And that the entire moral (business and even SAT score) decline all started in 1963 – with the assassination of JFK, after prayers in school were banned?
Um…I was going to leave it like that but I can’t. The Kensington Runestone which is supposed to be evidence of a viking colony in mainland US has been identified as a 19th century fake. Columbus’ ships were never officially named, but had nicknames. The Santa Maria was also known as La Gallega. She also sunk. La Pinta means ‘spotted’ which probably referred to her paint job, and La Nina is Little Girl.
The Washington vision comes from an allegorical story which formed part of a series of allegorical tales of visions to various US founding fathers. These were written and published in 1861 by a writer called Charles Alexander as civil war propaganda, later sold to broadsheets and periodicals through a veteran’s magazine he wrote for. Whilst these allegories were taken to be just that at the time, various religious nutcases have taken these to be actually true and put their own interpretation on the messages.
As for the rest of this nuttiness, there’s one born every minute. AFOM, or The Founder is an American millionaire called Terry Colafrancesco (who also claims to be a descendant of the family of Saint Francis?) who is in the process of setting up his own multi-million dollar publishing facility for all his kooky books and pamphlets. Curiously only refers to himself in the third person.
Michael thinks he has said enough on this subject for now.
signed: A Friend of Nick Webster.
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