One Hundred Years

One Hundred Years

          – what does it mean?

After Our Lady’s request for the Consecration of Russia and the First Saturdays of reparation (in 1929)  had been ignored by Pope Pius XI, Our Lord spoke to Sister Lúcia in 1931. His words were elegant in their brevity and in their prophetic power:

“They did not want to heed My request!… Like the King of France they will repent and do it, but it will be late. Russia will have already spread its errors throughout the world, provoking wars and persecutions against the Church: the Holy Father will have much to suffer.”

Thus, Our Lord points us to His earlier request for Consecration of France to His Sacred Heart, which was also spurned. One hundred years had passed, to the very day, when the French overthrew their King. On that day, many went about their business as before. As then, so will be this centenary. Life goes on. From that day,  three and a half years passed until King Louis XVI was  beheaded by the Masonic Revolution.  Our readers will note the scriptural context of the timing.  Put into perspective,  we can see that:

The initial betrayal was by the Jesuit, Father de la Chaise, who did not choose to carry out his mission. St. Margaret Mary Alacoque tells us,  “God has chosen the Reverend Father de la Chaise for the execution of this design, through the power He has given him over the heart of our great king, it therefore falls to him to make this plan succeed.” By failing to obey, this Jesuit helped along the degradation of the Jesuit order into the shameless perversion it is today.

Despite de la Chaise’s betrayal, King Louis XIV did eventually learn of Our Lord’s request, but although he was pious, he became embroiled in efforts to defend his rule against the freemasons and protestant heretics of his time and he died in 1701 without ever obeying the Sacred Heart’s request. The crisis continued as France suffered the chaos of the end of an era, ever more rapidly unravelling into anarchy – much as we see today, actually.

A Turning Point

On June 17, 1789, exactly one century after this Feast of the Sacred Heart when Saint Margaret Mary, “following the movement given to her at the same instant”, had written down the great designs of Heaven for the king, the Third Estate rose up and proclaimed itself a National Assembly. At that moment, it overthrew the fully legitimate monarchy of divine right. Three and one half years later, on January 21, 1793,  a rebellious France  decapitated King Louis XVI.

To put the term one hundred years into perspective, we might consider the possibility that “one hundred years” may mark a turning point. After 1789, the King and his family had indeed begun efforts to obey Our Lord’s request, but once the revolution had stripped him of his powers, it became an increasingly futile endeavor.

Our Lord assured Sister Lúcia that it is never too late to turn to Him and to Mary, but in that, He means He will accept our heartfelt repentance and forgive us. That is to say, after a certain milestone is passed, we may still save our own souls, provided we repent, but we may not, after a certain point, change history.

One Hundred Years of Grace

We have had one hundred years of grace. One hundred years where Christ and His Immaculate Mother have held out to us the means to defeat satan, to save ourselves, our loved ones, even to save the Church. In this period of time, many false apostles of Fatima have appeared, pious frauds promoting false devotions, betraying the message of Fatima. Our Lady of the Rosary has even been repeatedly betrayed by the Vicars of Christ, who refused to even promote the simple devotion of the First Saturdays of Reparation.  Today, a false message of Fatima is proclaimed by many who wrap devotion to Our Lady of Fatima into a toxic mess of false devotions. On one site, which even has a link to this site, a bewildering array of “Messages”, some even daring to claim they are  from “your Jesus”.  Thus, the diabolical deception continues to war against the Blessed Virgin.

We have had one hundred years in which the weeds sown by satan have prospered even as the grace of God, offered by the Blessed Virgin, has been spurned.  Satan and his demons have appeared to prevail, and now, after one hundred years, we shall see the battle joined in all earnestness. We have been given grace sufficient for us, whether we availed ourselves of it is something each must account for.

Yes, we have had one hundred years of grace and this is what it has come to. As I have warned many times, grace is ebbing from this world. Month follows month and October will pass, and with it , the frenzy to understand the meaning of the One Hundred Years Prophecy. When fire does not fall from heaven, when continents are not lost beneath the oceans, people will simply pass on to the next sensation. But a threshold has been crossed and many will soon discover that we are unable to avail ourselves of missed opportunities.

For those who are our regular readers, you know what is in store and you have become accustomed to standing with our Mother of Sorrows at the foot of the Cross. You few hold firm to the promise: Suffering must come, for reparation must be made, but the grace of God, through the Immaculata is our comfort.

For those of you who are new to this, or just passing through this blog,  I recommend you read some of the writings available on the truth about the French Revolution, and perhaps, of the horrendous toll of the Bolshevik Revolution. . . Or you might consider simply kneeling and praying the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

But most will not.

Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us!

~ by evensong, for love of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, and for you, my brothers and sisters!

[Material for this post has been derived from Frère Michel de la Sainte Trinité’s “The Whole Truth About Fatima, Vol. II” cited numerous times.]

3 thoughts on “One Hundred Years

  1. James Bendell says:

    The question in my mind is whether the 100 years started in 1929, the year Our Lady said it was time for the Consecration.

    • Thank you for your comment, Mr. Bendell.
      The short answer is that, if I understand correctly, the time began with Our Lady’s initial request on her third visit, July 13, 1917. This is because Our Lord’s reference to France indicates the 100 years began with Our Lord’s request to St. Margaret Mary on June 17, 1689. One hundred years, to the day, the masonic revolution stripped the monarch of his powers. Then followed the “time, and times and half a time” until the king was beheaded.

      Your question deserves a better answer, however, and I will attempt to post on this soon. Unfortunately, this comes at a particularly difficult time for me, and so I apologise in advance for any deficiencies in my post.

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