Three Days of Darkness

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By Charlie Johnston

I have just literally emerged from three days of darkness. Early Saturday afternoon the steady week-long rain which had made the creek below a raging torrent turned into a heavy, wet snowstorm. Shortly after it began, the power went off. And stayed off. That was no biggie. It was actually kind of nostalgic. Up here at 11,000 feet, it brought a kind of silence and darkness I had not experienced since my pilgrimage, a darkness which has meat on it…a silence in which, if you sit outside, you can hear animals moving. Seriously, on my pilgrimage, when I was out in the wilderness long enough, I would sometimes go on alert for a light skritching sound only to realize it was just some bugs skittering amongst the leaves and twigs near me. With electricity, there really is no dark – just different degrees of daylight.

On Sunday, discovered we had had over a foot of new snow. All day long it would make a soft “whump…whump” as clumps continually fell from the tall pines, occasionally punctuated by a large “whop” which sounded like a car door slamming as a particularly large country of snow would break loos and fall to earth.

This morning, I got a bit nervous. It is Monday – and I expected to hear some work going on. Instead, a preternatural silence everywhere. The skies were clear – and the only two jets I saw were military (not so strange – we are less then 100 miles from the Air Force Academy – but that was all I saw). I started wondering if, Holy Cow, has it begun? I decided to go back to bed for a while, hope it came back and, if not, begin plotting a potential new course. I had scarce laid down for an hour before I heard the compressors start anew. Even so, as soon as my laptop was powered up again, I checked Drudge to make sure we were still tottering on the edge of the abyss rather than plunging into it.

I learned some interesting things in the process. I was not alone. The business I have told you about technology failing for a time? That is for our benefit – and the downfall of the schemers. I will elaborate another time. Meanwhile, I have gotten through my three days of darkness, even though I had no beeswax. (Correction – the owner of the cabin tells me there is both beeswax and hawthorn leaves here. I just was not aware of them. So the good Lord took care of me!)

About charliej373

Charlie Johnston is a former newspaper editor, radio talk show host and political consultant. From Feb. 11, 2011 to Aug. 21, 2012, he walked 3,200 miles across the country, sleeping in the woods, meeting people and praying as he went. He has received prophetic visitation all his life, which he has vetted through a trio of priests over the last 20 years, and now speaks publicly about on this site. Yet he emphasizes that we find God most surely through the ordinary, doing the little things we should with faith and fidelity. Hence the name, The Next Right Step. The visitations inform his work, but are not the focus of it. He lives in the Archdiocese of Denver in the United States.
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61 Responses to Three Days of Darkness

  1. SteveBC says:

    That is both cool and weird, Charlie. Happy to have you back! And the teaser you left at the end of your post certainly intrigues.

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  2. cathryn7 says:

    Ahhhhh…………….peace and quiet. And time to relate to people and peaceful animals. nice.

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  3. Donette says:

    Shame on you, Charlie, not having your blessed 8-day beeswax candle with you. You mean you don’t carry along with you in your back pack your 3 Days of Darkness Kit? No exorcised holy water, your rosary and your pieta prayer book and a small bible? Tch tch. My kit was prepared when the Medjugorje messages first came out. It even traveled with me when I took my children and grandchildren to Disney World in Florida and my youngest grandchild was only 3 years old at the time. She is now 26. I’m rarely with out it. So put that on your list of items to carry with you.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Thanks Donette…but I’ll just go as I am like a always have.

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    • Jose Ybarra says:

      Yesterday on Sunday was the Gospel story of the Man born blind. The priest gave a beutiful sermon on how the Blind man belief in Christ was restore from darkness to light. Maybe you were experiencing the same thing.

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    • Matthew says:

      Donette:
      I’m not sure if you’re serious or if this is meant tongue-in-cheek.
      I guess we do live in an age where satire has become impossible.
      Matthew

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    • Angdk says:

      haha! Donnette I believe was having friendly banter with a touch of advice! That is awesome you have kept your “candle” lit for so long!! 🙂

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  4. Lily says:

    What are the hawthorn leaves for, if you don’t mind me asking?

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    • charliej373 says:

      I think they have some medicinal purpose, Lily. Sometime back, readers got on a kick about how great they were. Many think the world of them. I don’t know…but then again, I don’t know everything…so when my wonderful readers get enthusiastic about something I don’t know about, so long as it is not contrary to faith and morals, I enjoy letting them run a while with it.

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      • mmbev says:

        “I enjoy letting them run a while with it”, hummmm. Makes us sound like a whole bunch of puppies!

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        • charliej373 says:

          I was thinking more in terms of spirited, strong horses.

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          • SteveBC says:

            I don’t know, Charlie. I kinda like the puppy idea. They’re so open and enthusiastic about life, and joyful and trusting. I think we could all take lessons from a group of puppies as we head into the Storm. We think it will be horrible, and we brace ourselves for trouble, but really, aren’t we being called to dive into the Storm and make something magnificent come out of it, by being joyful every day and most especially being trusting of God and what occurs?

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          • CrewDog says:

            I like puppies too ’cause they turn into good eyes/ears and alarms … particularly for us oldsters! My little Sheba just turned 8 months old 😉
            LORD! Please provide the wherewithal to ALL here. AMEN!

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          • anne ovari says:

            I’m not sure where this reply is going to end up but it is just to say that I love what you said about taking lessons from puppies, SteveBC ,especially about being joyful every day and trusting God in everything.God bless

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    • Marie Julie Jahenny a mystic said it would be needed for the three days of darkness. Cukierski Family apostalate has a little blurb about it, not sure what to think of all of it though; http://cukierski.myshopify.com/products/three-days-of-darkness-package#.VVE8oflViko

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    • rbiel2 says:

      Maria Esperanza mentioned them in relation to a cure/aid for some new illness in the book “Bridege to Heaven” by Michael Brown. From what I remember its a respiratory disease and the hawthorn berries are for children.

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  5. Vanessa Joy says:

    LOL… I was anticipating a teaching and insight into THE 3 days of darkness and not A 3 days of darkness! I am a bit relieved that we are still dangling at the edge… and not following head first over the edge. No matter what, we have our parachute: our faith, abiding hope, and determined love. Indeed, we keep persevering in joy and prayer.

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  6. jobrower says:

    This made me laugh, Charlie! …..and I do need a good laugh. Thank you.

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  7. Mark says:

    Here is a link that mentions Hawthorn from alleged seers.

    http://afterthewarning.com/before-the-warning/the-coming-plague.aspx

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  8. malachi99 says:

    A cheeky chappie indeed. I’ve stocked away twelve D size duracell batteries. Like peddlers of beeswax they just keep going on and on and on… 🙂

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  9. luvmercy5775 says:

    Charlie, For what it’s worth I must confess to having both blessed beewax candles and Hawthorne tea on hand. Since several Catholic seers have mentioned these items I see no harm in being safe rather than sorry where they’re concerned. If nothing else they won’t spoil.

    To fill in the blanks, I googled “The Blessed Mother on Hawthorne Tea” and along with several other links came up with the following from Spirit Daily. Not sure when this was published as there’s no date on the article.

    Spirit Daily – Daily spiritual news from around the world

    IN AGE OF THREATENING ILLNESS, HOW MUCH DO NATURAL REMEDIES FIGURE INTO HEALING?

    When is mysticism valid and when does it stray towards the outer limits? Is herbalism part of the simplicity of Jesus, or does it tend elsewhere?

    It’s an interesting question. On the one hand, it’s difficult to see Jesus approving of synthetic chemicals in all we eat (if God meant them to be in our food, He’d have put them there) — and thus one can see where the Lord would prefersimpler peasant-like living (including organic products and raising our own food when we can, which largely precludes the need for artificial pesticides). Have you noticed how tall many young people suddenly are? It may be partly due to the bovine growth hormones in milk and meat, with unknown future implications. Natural is better. Natural is best.

    But does this extend to medications? Can we solely rely on natural remedies? Can they have a nearly miraculous effect?

    It’s a pertinent question at a time when many are seeking natural protection against onslaughts of disease like the flu or cancer. Alternative medicine has gone mainstream, with many doctors embracing it. There are those who say that the great mystic Maria Esperanza once mentioned making sort of a tea from the hawthorn plant as a remedy for a future influenza epidemic — something other alleged mystics have likewise mentioned.

    Hawthorn — known well to the health-food industry — is mainly used for coronary problems (and only should be done with medical consultation — especially with children; the same is true of any other remedy). Did Maria really say that, or was it from mystic Marie-Julie Jahenny, who, long before, on August 5, 1880, said:

    “There will be a grave illness which human science will not be able to alleviate. This illness will attack firstly the heart, then the spirit, and at the same time, the tongue. It will be horrible. The heat accompanying it will be a devouring fire insupportable and so intense that the members of the body affected will be red — an unendurable fiery red. At the end of seven days this disease, sown like a seed in the field (incubation period) will spread everywhere rapidly and make great progress. This disease will produce a continual vomiting and nausea. If the remedy is taken too late, the part of the body affected will become black and in the black there will be seen a sort of pale, yellow streak. My children, here is the only remedy which could save you. You are familiar with the hawthorn which grows practically in all hedges. The leaves of the hawthorn, not the wood, can arrest the progress of this disease.”

    In the 1990s, an alleged California locutionist repeated it.

    Esperanza had once told an ill boy to take hot baths and drink drops of lemon in a glass of water to cleanse internally. She also said she was cured herself of a childhood illness at least in part by eating grapes.

    When possible, a natural means is always the preferred course. Other holy figures have likewise recommended natural medications. But one must be cautious for two key reasons: occultists long have used herbs for potions (although usually to influence or hex), and in some cases regular medications can save lives that might be lost if only natural remedies are solely relied upon. Herbals are medications with good and bad side effects, warns Bruce Silverglade of the Center for Science in the Public Interest.

    Should we shirk regular medications?

    It is a question that often arises in cases of cancer, where the treatment can sometimes be worse than letting matters alone or seeking a more natural approach. In other cases, medicine, however harsh, does rid the body of malignancies. In either case, prayer is crucial, and bringing medals of the Blessed Mother, St. Joseph, St. Padre Pio, and holy figures like Brother Andre of Montreal to the doctor’s office doesn’t hurt — nor do prayers for help from souls like Maria Esperanza (who said that many cures would be effected if science embraced spirituality).

    Make use of that time in the waiting room. Pray. The answers are too individualistic for a single prescription, and lead us to what we must always recall: that in our own situations, there is only One Who knows all the details, all the complexities, in our bodies, and that’s the Holy Spirit, Who should be invoked extensively before we make any decision.

    [see also: Alternative herbs and remedies growing rapidly]

    [resources: Foods Jesus Ate, Fit for Life, healing books]

    [The alleged recipes: “I am going to give you a remedy for the illness of infants (and small children),” one person who met her reports that Esperanza said before dying in 2005. “You must take the leaves from the hawthorn plant and steep them into a tea for eight minutes. Then administer the tea orally to the infant (or child) 1/4 cup at a time, continually throughout the day and night, until the ravages of the illness subside. The symptoms will be flu-like, with a high fever, purple-blackened color to the lips, jerking and flailing like convulsions.” According to this person, the remedy was given for the times we are living. Esperanza told her that this plague would take many babies and children and there will be no ordinary remedy or medicine that will work, while Marie-Julie Jahenny said: “You will gather the leaves, not the wood. Even dry, they will keep their efficacy. You will put them into boiling water and leave them there for 14 minutes, covering the receptacle so that the steam remains therein. At the onset of this disease, one must use this remedy three times a day.” In another ecstasy on 24th April 1880, there was mention by Jahenny of “a plague which would affect people as well as animals (cattle). This calamity will spread in more northerly parts. Crops will also be affected.”]

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    • Barbara Dore says:

      Marie Julie Jahenny – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marie_Julie_Jahenny Cached
      Life . Marie-Julie Jahenny was born in a large peasant family, and later joined the Third Order of Saint Francis. During her life, she reported several apparitions of …

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    • Observer says:

      I grew up in Louisville, KY but have lived away for decades now, but while visiting my parents many years ago in a care facility there I happened to flip on the TV where there was at that moment the “Unsolved Mysteries” program with the info of this “shrine”, Our Lady of Valley Hill. Hmmm! I was intrigued since I knew nothing of this place at the time. So I visited….then and several other times in following years. I had been taught by the St. Catharine Dominicans whose Mother House is nearby there so was familiar with the Springfield (and KY “Holy Land” area there with its Dominican, Loretto…of Mother Luke Tobin fame, the only female religious permitted at Vatican II I believe, Charity Mother Houses; Dominican Priests’ former novitiate; as well as Gethsemini of Thomas Merton fame and not far from Bardstown/”My Old KY Home”/Stephen Foster area; an area where Marian statues are readily seen on most front porches). The first time there/shrine was a small group of women from a nearby parish who had come to pray at the top of the steep rocky hill. They came somewhat regularly….very prayerful mothers bringing daughters, etc. They told me of the history of the happenings and their own experiences of having rosaries turn gold and witnessing the sun spinning, throwing off colors, etc. and the alleged miracle of the child who couldn’t walk who was prayed over by the alleged seer and witnessed running down the rugged hill afterwards. They invited me to turn around and take a look at the sun with them which I did rather skeptically since I had never done so before. I have to say that I witnessed a throbbing sun the color of turquoise! They saw more of the spinning sun with all the colors. When I turned around I saw them and some of the surroundings covered with a gold flake glitter! Also referred to in other places as “Escarchas” or “Glory Dust”.

      http://miracle-witness.blogspot.com/2011/08/escarchas-gods-glitter.html

      Later I read in a brochure available there at the time that this was one of the phenomena regularly witnessed as well. The ladies were aware of it too. Due to my interest I called Mrs. Wright long distance (which report was covered by Mike Brown of Spirit Daily) and we talked for quite some time. She was very simple and thought of herself as very uneducated; who suffered a lot in her life and made fun of by teacher and children when she spoke of her early life mystical experiences. She was helped by the Blessed Mother during such times of great discouragement. She was a black woman who at that time had moved to Louisville’s West End. She said she was told by her father when she was young that this small, rocky hill/creek property (shrine) was holy ground and never to sell it. She said that she was unable to get to the shrine any longer unless someone “carried” her there since she was older and apparently had no way of transport. She took no credit for anything. She had been invited to pray over people in HI and other states as well. She prayed for people in her home and over the phone.

      The alleged messages included future natural remedies made from herbs and Hawthorn leaves (there are 17 Hawthorn trees at top of shrine’s hill) for future diseases (esp. for children) perhaps at a time when there will be a lack of regular drugs. She said she knew nothing of such herbal remedies at the time of her visitations and told our Lady so and she was helped to learn how to mix said herbs, some of which she was shown growing in her back yard which just seemed to appear! She said that she had applied such “liniment” concoctions on persons who visited her home with tumors on their stomachs and elsewhere and observed the tumors disappear. Since that was years ago I have since learned that her illness caused her to have to live in a nursing home for some time and she died there.

      The last time I visited the “shrine” there were still a few people at the top of the hill quietly saying the rosary, but the crude adornments of crucifixes nailed to the trees; large old touched up statues of Sacred Heart and our Lady along with the small building that had been started by some man who came from Ohio to build it were in a state of disrepair. There was a lot of volunteer work done in the beginning like the well made steps up the steep hill with stations of the cross on the way. Who knows what will become of it. Just a humble spot in the midst of a Holy KY history! A truly “mystical” place!

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  10. Dano says:

    As you probably know, Charlie, the writers in a newspaper generally do not write their own headlines – that is done by a headline writer. Some years ago, a focus group of headline writers found that the headline “Canada to Hold A Referendum” was the most boring headline American readers could imagine. Please use this headline if Christ comes again or we have a real “run for the hills” alarm – it will make a great inside joke and amuse you as much as today’s headline did.

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    • charliej373 says:

      I actually did write a lot of my own headlines when I was in the business. I enjoyed it sometimes and had a knack for it then. But you are right – and a lot of readers get mad at writers for headlines the writer had nothing to do with.

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  11. Donette says:

    In a prior post of Charlie’s, I believe he said he “respectively disagreed with the interpretation of the Vatican on the 3rd Secret…( or something like that). I agree with Charlie on the subject and am puzzled over all the crazy spinning that is coming from that august location when it talks about Our Lady of Fatima and what has been revealed and what has not revealed. This is Fr. Amorth, an exorcist of Rome speaking on the topic.

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    • charliej373 says:

      I should note that the interpretation the Vatican gave immediately after its release in June was NOT binding on anyone – and then Pope John Paul made no comment on it. This was not a matter of faith and morals and was given as an informed opinion, not as Magisterial teaching. I want it clear that had it been given as Magisterial teaching, I would have kept my mouth shut.

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      • Dave says:

        Charlie,
        I know you have mentioned that Russia will eventually become our staunch ally. Will there be a full consecration, and a conversion before the “Rescue” you speak of in 2017??

        Dave

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        • charliej373 says:

          Dave, I accept St. John Paul’s declaration that the consecration was done – and Sr. Lucia’s firm assertion that the 1984 consecration was accepted in heaven. If you use the search feature here on either Russia or Fatima, you will see there has been substantial discussion of this subject here.

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          • Dave says:

            Charlie, what about the conversion part? To me, Russia hasn’t undergone a true conversion. These days, in comparison to the U.S., they look pretty good, but Putin is far from sainthood.

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          • charliej373 says:

            Like I said, Dave, that has been covered extensively and debated extensively here. I really do not have time to cover ground I have already covered extensively before. Please – use the search feature. And if you want to comment on an old piece, no problem: know that comments do pop up in the order they are made to the right – so if you comment on something done a year ago, it will show immediately at the right under recent comments and may ignite a new discussion.

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    • Anne says:

      Seems a balanced talk to me …….come the Triumph!!

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  12. Paul says:

    Hi Charlie

    Was wondering if that altitude bothered you? I have a small plane, and if I’m going a distance I prefer to fly at +/-7000′. The plane is not pressurized, so that is a comfortable altitude. When I’ve flown for significant periods at 11,000′ or higher, I notice it. Difficult to concentrate.
    Living in the Philadelphia area I’m used to being at sea level…maybe that aggravates it as your normal in Colorado is probably 5000′.
    Anyway, I know you’re working when at the cabin…just wondering if you find your productivity goes down a little when operating at that altitude? 11,000 ft. is getting up there.

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    • charliej373 says:

      No Paul…oddly enough, I prefer the higher altitude. I breathe and sleep better.

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      • Paul says:

        Hmmm…interesting…

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      • charliej373 says:

        It wasn’t the case when I was a kid. I came out to Denver when I was 17…tried to play baseball and was huffing and blowing before 10 minutes were gone. Weird. But on my pilgrimage, the higher the altitude I got to, the more invigorated I felt. When I first came into Colorado in Julesberg, I was going up in elevation about 300 feet each day. I feel stuffy and sluggish when I visit my son near
        Tallahassee – the air feels soupy.

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        • christiaria says:

          Charlie–I’m re-posting this from yesterday, primarily because I want you to ask if there’s a particular novena to the Holy Spirit you like to do. I think the floodgates of mercy and grace are going to be wide open on Pentecost Sunday, May 24th!

          May 10th, 2015: Charlie, I had a dream last night in which I was infused with joy as a result of abandoning everything to Christ. I shouted out, “It’s true! When we surrender everything, he really does give us peace and joy!” I was traveling in some strange place–there was a train–but I kept meeting people along the way who cared for me and were connected to me somehow. I had no fear and saw the hand of God in everything, even in a beautiful multi-media art installation (linen, paint, copper, leather) that had several pieces, each with part of a narrative inscription on it. There was a message I needed to decipher. Wish I could remember all of the details so I could recreate it!

          Anyway, It’s how I imagine the apostles must have felt after Pentecost, no longer afraid of the potential suffering but filled with the gifts and fruits of the Holy Spirit that sent them out into the streets. Perhaps we can pray together the Holy Spirit novena starting this Thursday, asking for a fresh outpouring of all we need for the tasks ahead. Also, today at Mass, I asked that you be infused with the same joy that I felt in my dream. May it be so!

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          • charliej373 says:

            I like your dream, Christi. (Like your aria, too). I have always treated Pentecost much like Easter. I will say a Holy Spirit Novena with you this year…but I will make a little confession. For most of my years, Pentecost made me nervous. I usually prayed that nothing weird happen to me – at least in public. Now that I outed myself, I reckon I’m safe. One year, though, I think God amused Himself at my expense. A bird flew into Church near the beginning of Mass. He went up onto a crossbeam and was mainly quiet, though he swooped a few times. Finally, at the end of Mass, as we were going out, he did, too. Came close to me during two swoops – but nothing real weird.

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          • SteveBC says:

            Huh. Now who woulda thought weird things might happen to you? Not me. Oh, no. Unh-unh. No way. Just plain vanilla Charlie, that’s how all of us here know you. Just plain. Real, real plain.

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          • irish7 says:

            I think all of us here are a little “unique” and I love it!! They could call us lots of things, but plain and boring…not so much!

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          • luvmercy5775 says:

            Since you re-posted your dream, thought I’d re-post my comment. Since my first writing, it occurred to me that of all modes of transportation, a train is the most well-grounded — as in rooted and grounded in Him? Also, a train’s path is clearly set before it. Brings to mind the verse, “Trust in the Lord with all your heart…and He will direct your path.” Prov.

            May 10, 2015 at 7:03 pm
            christiaria, Your dream is indeed comforting. However, there are parts of it that I feel need interpretation. That you were traveling seems to speak of a journey. The journey of life? People you met along the way may indicate the Lord saying companionship and protection would be provided and you’d never walk alone.

            It’s the artwork that most intrigues me. Each component carries biblical symbolism. Linen is generally viewed as righteousness as in white linen robes worn by saints in heaven. Leather may refer to the “belt of truth” listed in the armor of God that holds everything else in place. Copper is a quandary. It carries a number of meanings — one of which may make sense as the rest of the tapestry is disciphered. What’s lacking is the color of the paint. Do you remember anything about that?

            Hope others will weigh in on this too. We’ll know when we have it right. 🙂

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          • christiaria says:

            Luvmercy, I know that the linen was a creamy white. The art was 3-dimensional, and each piece was different. Only remember one well. The artist used a large hand-forged copper safety pin and hidden supports to hold out the painted linen “message” piece from the acrylic (?) base by an inch or so. It was rather contemporary, but the elements were all organic. So hard to describe! Don’t recall any of the colors.

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          • marie says:

            “I like your dream, Christi. (Like your aria, too). ”
            2 days later and I’m still chuckling about this 🙂
            When I first read it, I thought Christi had actually sent you an aria somehow …
            Thanks, Charlie, for helping us to keep our sense of humour 😉

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  13. Looks like it was short rehearsal. The Lord does things like that to warn us. But you know that already. I have to report here an unusual peak of evil spiritual activities nationwide, perhaps also un Uruguay and Brazil. Something is afoot when those are restless.

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  14. Anne says:

    Charlie …. Looking forward to hearing what you learnt in the process.

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  15. Donette says:

    Charlie, As I was sweeping the floors this morning, I was thinking of you and your postings and I began to wonder about the titles you use. Eg.”3 Days of Darkness”, In from the Desert” etc.
    Some of those headlines often have significant meanings for Catholics aware of private revelation and Scripture. Should we be reading more into them then perhaps we ordinarily would? Are you dropping hints of your Secrets for us to follow along and gather them up as we would seeds of information?

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    • acseibert says:

      Donette, I remember reading a comment you posted awhile ago that you had or had a contact with access to the english translations of Book of Heaven. I’m reading The Virgin Mary in the Kingdom during May and read the 24 hrs Of the Passion for Lent. I would like to read read more. I have a friend who knows Tom Fahy and contacted him to purchase the printed volumes, but he is sold out of most of the volumes and they aren’t available. Any advice?

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    • NancyA says:

      I have thought they are “just” eye/ear catching. Piques the interest….

      I find it interesting the short references to train travel, as I just read only the last few comments, when there was just a bad train crash near my metro area.

      I want to highly recommend the novena from the Holy Ghost Father’s for Pentecost. I’ve been saying it for years… truly beautiful.
      https://www.ewtn.com/devotionals/pentecost/seven.htm is one place it can be found.

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  16. luvmercy5775 says:

    christiaria says:
    May 12, 2015 at 8:40 pm
    Luvmercy, I know that the linen was a creamy white. The art was 3-dimensional, and each piece was different. Only remember one well. The artist used a large hand-forged copper safety pin and hidden supports to hold out the painted linen “message” piece from the acrylic (?) base by an inch or so. >

    No reply button available for this post so had to copy and paste.

    The message written on cream colored linen seems to indicate the purity and truth of His words — which never pass away and will “stand out” for you as you need them.

    His word and direction will be revealed as needed to keep you safe, hence the “safety pin” which fashioned of copper is both secure and enduring.

    Copper roofs on medievel buildings are known to last hundreds of years.

    Bottom line, the dream appears to indicate safe passage to your destination with help from others as well as Him along the way. Truly an encouraging word to hold onto in the days ahead.

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