od's messages are beginning to touch so many souls across the world. I least expected to be receiving mails from so many people, the readership is swelling by the day, from Austria, USA, Nigeria even as far as China. In fact it is a global readership. Thank you all for gradually accepting the Truth as being taught by our blessed mother, the mother of Jesus Christ. Remember our mother said, "I am the Mother of Mothers. I am the Queen of Heaven and Earth. She finally said, "My Son and I are one. And Christ buttressed this with, "My Mother and I are one." I must confess that I have more women reading my articles and they are so overwhelmed with what they are hearing and reading.
Since the last four articles, we have been following what Virgin Mary has been trying to tell us. The Truth as should be told. Since the Catholic Church, her Church has decided to hide the Truth from the public. She has taken the bull by the horns to come down herself to tell it as it should. We thank her very much for this, we have seen her openness and her honesty, without reserve. This week I shall be going to the concluding part of the Virgin lovers. The lessons to be learnt are varied here. One is about truth, and the second is the defence of the institution of marriage. The love for one another, family values and tolerance of one another, forgiveness at all times. Love and total love and that is what God stands for and that is the new religion that our mother is proposing for all mankind to embrace.
According to Michelle, Virgin Mary told her, being virgin, then, is not about having sexual relations or not. It is about purity of heart, mind, and body. When we are pure in these ways, we can be virgin in most intimate of relations and, like Mary, be virgin lovers. As Mary has said, we are called to be pure. When we bring purity to our love-making, we can experience the fullness of what love-making is meant to be and what we are meant to be. The purer we are in heart, mind, and body, the more God comes alive in us and in our love-making. He light of God can grow within us and become brighter than thousand suns. We can become towers of God as the divine fire within us melts away darkness and illusions. Then, like Mary, we can come to know God as the ultimate love and the ultimate love.
However ordinary or mundane our experiences of love-making may seem at times, we can still recognize the truth of love-making. Love-making is always a sacred act, unless we choose to make it something different. To be a lover in love is a profound gift, and to experience this love sexually, if not misused, can open us to a vibration of light and love in which we can not only experience God, but also the Virgin Goddess, the creative power of pure love, that dwells within each of us.
MARY AS WOMAN AND GIRL
Lest we overlook the fullness of her life, Mary reminds us that she was also a woman and girl and continues to carry these parts of herself and that she experienced when she walked the earth. As a woman, to Michelle, Mary was humble, and wise, yet strong and courageous. At a young age, she took a n an immense task, the full magnitude of which we may never grasp. Hers was a spiritual calling or journey of the highest order. The spiritual life involves many things, not the least of which is intense conflict between powerful forces of light and darkness. It is not for faint heart. Contrary to many popular images of her, Mary says, that at times she had to be more than just sweet and innocent:
"The power of love is a force beyond compare. In my time on earth, I was not just sweet and innocent. My heart was innocent, but much that I had to do would not be considered innocent. But everything I did was out of love and love for God. I am a source of power. I am a source of power and a source of strength. Do not fear. Be it."
Mary also held the capacity for depth of relationship between a woman and a man. Her description of love between her and Joseph leaves no doubt that she loved deeply and shared herself fully as a woman.
As a woman, she also was and is deeply humble and obedient. Her response to angel Gabriel stands as one of the most singular acts of humility and submission to a higher calling ever recorded: "Here I am, the servant of the Lord. Let it be with me according to your word." Similarly, in the Magnificat she proclaims that God, "Has looked with favour on the lowliness of his heart." Her submission to God's will reflect a deep sense of responsibility and wisdom that usually comes later in life, if at all, when we realize that true wisdom lies in following God's will and not our own.
As the Queen of Heaven, she continues to be humble before God. In a remarkable testament to her humility, she says that still bows down to God and urges us to do the same:
"I still bow down to God. You too must bow down to God. I do not mean to get on your knees. I mean in your heart and in every action bow down to Him. I still bow down to God even though I am like Him."
As she speaks, she crosses her hands over her heart, then folds them in front of her heart as in prayer, and finally extends them upward toward God. As she performs this gesture over and over again, she says that she did it when she walked the earth and still does it, now. Then, amidst the scent of roses, she reminds us that to love is the only thing that truly matters:
"Offer all of your hearts and all of yourself to God and to each other. There is only one thing that truly counts, one thing that truly matters, and that is to truly love."
She concludes by stating about the hand gesture she was doing. "This is the most holy gesture you can do with your hands. DO IT OFTEN." According to Michelle, Mary also reveals how she appeared while on earth, as well as certain aspects of her earthly life showing herself as she looked while on earth she says:
"The face that you see is my face when I was a young girl. In terms of the standards of outward beauty of your times, I would not be considered a raving beauty. But again, according to the standards of your times, I would not be considered very much. In the eyes of the people in your world, I would not be considered anything grand or great."
Then smiling and extending her hands upward to God, she explains: "But in God's eyes I was and I am grand and great. In my heart I knew I loved. In my heart, I was pure, pure in love, pure in truth. What you should want to work for and desire is that which is truly grand and great. All those things that are not love and that are not God are not grand and great. Live for God's way, with the divine, in the divine, and the divine."
On another occasion, Mary again shows herself as she looked when she was on earth. A golden light glows in and around her, while her face expresses great joy and great pain, leaving no doubt that she carried both deeply in her heart. Despite her suffering, Mary kept alive within her the innocence of a girl. In many visions, she delights the heart with an innocence mixed with humour and childlike playfulness. She points out that many children have an innocence to their love that a divine.
She urges us to live and love with this innocence. "It is the innocence of a child's love that all things must carry, must know, and must display. It is the love that is innocent which will bring peace. Those souls who come in and love with a child's love-so innocent-their love is beauty, their love is precious and kind and unconditional and their love can warm the coldest heart."
The challenge for us, as it was for Mary, is to love with the innocence of a child in a world in which we encounter so much darkness and suffering. Her life stands as a model of how we can love with the innocence of a child even while experiencing great pain. She says that she knew her Son would be murdered and this was a terrible burden for her to carry as a mother. Yet, not only did she continue to love, she loved with the precious innocence of a child.
Mary exemplifies for both women and men alike the grace, power, and beauty of the feminine. When we honour the feminine and allow the feminine to be alive in us, we know this grace, power and beauty. Conversely, when we fail to honour the feminine, these qualities are lost to us and the world. Mary embodied the feminine while she walked the earth and continues to embody it. Giving us the example of her life, she illumines what the feminine can be for us and our world. Indeed, as mother, lover, woman, and girl, she is the model of feminine virtue.
MARY AS PURE , LOVE, AND LIGHT
Michelle tries to observe Mary as close as possible, first she sees her as very pure and innocent, as compared like the saying goes, "as innocent as a child." Her behaviour and simplicity manifest these character and down to earth. Look at how she sees our blessed mother at close range. Mary is pure, love and light, and in our essence we too, are all these. Yet we are not pure, love and light in all of our being. We strive to achieve this God-like state on the spiritual path. So we are like Mary, but not like her. Mary makes this point when speaks of her purity and what it means to be pure. Surrounded by a brilliant white light, with twelve stars circling her halo and an unusually powerful energy emanating from her, she declares:
"I am pure. I am strong and very powerful. I laugh and cry. I am like you. I am like every being. My being is different in that every part of me is pure. This does not mean what you think. It mean pure in love. My entire being is God-like. This is what is when one is pure, pure in love. This does mean that the dark side does not exist. It simply means that the dark side cannot tolerate my purity and light, my God-like existence. You see, I am pure. All pure. My way is pure. My love is pure. My heart is pure."
Then stating that God and she desire that we be pure. She continues: "But I can see all over that which is not pure. It is the desire of God that all know and be purity within. It is my desire that all and be the purity within."
The belief in Mary's purity according to Michelle has a long history. It has been one of instrument of authority by the Catholic Church, by this I mean, officially recognized by the Catholic Church in the Dogma of the Immaculate Conception, it holds that Mary came into the world, "preserved from all stain of sin." Mary confirms this in a vision, stating: "I NEVER FROM THE SIDE OF GOD. I have always been at His side and been in love with Him and loved Him above all things. Because of my love for God. I came here and lived out the play and had the human experiences, knowing. I would give birth and lose my Son I did this out of love for God."
She continues according to Michelle, "Few come into this life pure. I came into this life pure. I came in ready to accept all God wanted me to do."
Although Mary was pure, it was up to her to remain pure. She says that during her lifetime as mother of Jesus she was tempted. Like every soul who comes into this world, she was faced with choices between light and darkness especially at critical points in life. She carried what must have felt like the weight of the world on her shoulders from that moment Gabriel came to her. In other words, she did not have a free ride, even given her exalted role as the mother of God's Son. Yet, at every turn she chose the light, maintaining the purity with which she came into the world. She never ceased to be in love with God and to love God above all else.
Mary often speaks of love, reminding us that God is love. According to Michelle, in several messages, she distinguishes between love and religion. For example, identifying her religion as love, she states:
"Remember my religion is love. Some of what religions teach is not true. But when they speak love, they speak of truth. And this is my religion."
Cautioning us not to be caught up in the details of religion, she adds, "The details of one's religion are not God. God is love, God's message is love. At another time, appearing alongside the face of the Buddha. She further asserts:
"The essence of all religions is the same. If anyone uses religion to separate people, they are not living the word of Christ, and they are not spreading love and light. Dogma is created by men, and it is not the light in any religion."
Jesus similarly states that truth is found not in dogma but in love: "It is not dogma that breathes the truth. It is love that breathes the truth. To love is the greatest truth. It is the greatest service. With love and in love, you see and know all things." Jesus
Mary contends that religions have failed to teach love. In a message in which she reiterates that she is love and speaks what love is, she reproaches her church for not teaching love.
"I am love and my church should be teaching love. Love is not a form of control. Love is free. Love is alive. Love is peace. Love is all beauty. Love is all-encompassing. Love is truth. Love is light. Love is purity. Love is GOD." MARY
Maintaining that all religions have fallen short in being and teaching love, she further declares:
"There is one truth that all religions are meant to be and teach, which is love. Because of man's many flaws, they turn religion into something of their own will, which is not love."
According to Mary, when we become pure in love, we become light. She equates love with light and associates both with God. For example, she states, "God is light. God is Love. When one is not in light or love, one is not in God." She likewise asserts, "Love is our Lord's way, and the way of light." At another time, she explains, "In love one sees and knows all things, one is light, and one becomes the truth."
Mary is telling us here, that light is the nature of pure love and God. It is a manifestation of divine love. It is what Jesus is and what He brought into the world. It is what the darkness cannot grasp or tolerate. It is also what the Kingdom of God is and what we will return to when we join with God. It is the light we will be if we so choose. It is what Mary is and what she calls each of us to:
"I am always present. Those who want to receive and know the light and become the light are welcome to the light. I am always looking for ways to awaken and reach my children."
According to Michelle, one of the most striking aspects of Mary's appearances is the light with which she comes. In some visions, she appears in her essence of white light, while in others she appears surrounded by brilliant colours, including gold, violet, blues, and pinks. At other times, she fills the space in which she appears with radiant colours. She is showing us that she comes to bring light into a dark world and to teach us about light. It is vitally important, she says, that we understand the nature of light and its relation to love and God, especially now when the world is increasingly besieged by darkness. She notes that light and darkness have been in conflict since the beginning of time and this conflict is now reaching its climax and that is these precarious times turning to the light is increasingly a matter of survival on every level. Speaking of what the light can do for us, she explains:
"The light can turn anything into light. If you become light, you can make anything light around you."
MARY AS DIVINE
Hear what Michelle is pondering about this important aspect of the above subject. Finally, what does Mary mean when she says, she is divine? She is divine in her essence of pure love and light, and she is one with God. This does not mean, though, that she is GOD. Although she is one with God, she does not lose her status a discrete being. This is illustrated in visions in which she appears as one with God or with Jesus, but she is still seen as distinct. When we become one with God, we too will be divine, but will not lose our unique identities.
Although she is not God, Mary has what can only be described as a very special relation to Him. This is shown in a vision in which God appears in the form of a MAN, with Strong and Powerful Masculine features, and states:
"I am everywhere. I will come into you, and you can come into me anytime you truly desire it." ( God ALMIGHTY )
From out of a narrow rectangle, extending from His mid- forehead to His chin, Mary appears surrounded by an amber glow. Motioning to God, she says, "I come from Him." Then God, responding to Mary, declares: "She comes from me. She is the love of all my loves."
So while Mary refers to herself as divine, she is not saying she is God. She bows before God and is the love of His loves, but she is not God. Rather, she comes as might be called a special emissary of God, as His feminine side. In an extended message in which she speaks of her role in today's world. Mary describes herself as the feminine side of God and again reminds us that we cannot fully grasp who and what she is. She also speaks of Jesus and their relationship:
My Son came as man and came in the Masculine form. But God is not Masculine and God is not Feminine. GOD is beyond all CONCEPT. I come as feminine side of God. But I am beyond all concept. I am light. We are one. I come with the force of all of God. I come with light of all of God. God and I are one. My Son and I are one. I am coming with new life, new possibility. I am coming with light and new possibility. I am coming with light. I am light. My Son came with light and new possibility. He shifted the balance and the darkness for the possibility of love and light to exist. I come to save my children. I am the mother. It is the time of the Goddess, the Queen of Heaven and Earth. I am the Queen of the Universe. I am the Queen of light. I am the Queen of love. I am the Queen of peace. I am the Queen of possibility. I am the Queen of hope. I am the Queen, the Mother. I am the Mother of all, I wrap my love and my light around all. It is those who love with an open heart who recognize and receive me. But I come for all. It is one simple thing I come to bring, and this is love. I am love and all loving. My Son and I are one. We have never been separated. We will always be one.
In another vision, in which Mary appears with God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit, she again illustrates her special status in relation to God. The face of God appears. Mary is beneath Him, Jesus is beneath her, and the Holy Spirit is beneath the three of them. A stream of light from the Holy Spirit and moves upward carrying God, Mary and Jesus.
According to what our mother revealed to Michelle, and looking at her explanations to all these issues at hand. The issues here look complex and very simple. She has never said she is God. She has been able demarcate her status from who God is to us, her position, in the hierarchy, God, Mary, Jesus and the Holy Spirit in of power. Remember in the last article Christ confirmed, "My Mother is more powerful than I." You see, the hierarchy, God comes first, Mary following, Jesus and the Holy Spirit in the order of authority as explained in that vision revealed to Michelle Rice, and Michelle is showing that vision for us to see for ourselves to confirm what Christ said in the last two articles. Go back and reread that portion.
As much as what we are learning here, it is serving as an opener for any doubting Thomas to see that God is alive in our lives in this modern times. Now look at this scenario, as much as Mary reveals herself, we cannot fully grasp the immensity of who and what we are. This a complex issue. It is only when we enter fully into our essence of love and light according to Michelle that we will be able to know our own divinity and thereby know hers. She again reminds us of this when she appears larger-than-life on a cross, and in her face is the Eastern symbol of the yin-yang. As this symbol fades and the sun and moon appear in its place, she proclaims: "I am all things. I am positive and negative. I am masculine and feminine. I am beyond all that one perceives. I am in the face of God, and I am the light of God. I am coming as the Mother to try to save my children. It is by becoming pure in heart and pure in love that one becomes awake, that one knows that they are all and all is they, and that they are beyond anything which is perceives."
FROM ORDINARY TO THE EXTRAORDINARY
Mary is calling us to be like her, to move from ordinary, but Mary reminds us we are not. We have within us the purity, love, and light that she does. And, as created from the beneath of God, our natures are divine like hers. Once again reminding us that we are like her in every way, she affirms:
"You are like me. That is the beauty of all this. I was simply ordinary, and you have inside of you what I have inside of me."
It is possible for all of us to become divine, Mary says, but few of us can do it on our own. She explains, "To become a divine being, you need a divine being." Mary is offering herself to us, as her Son did, as that divine being. She comes to help us cross waters too deep for us to cross alone and to guide us to that seemingly distant shore where we too will know ourselves as pure love and once again be lovers joined as one with God.
Next week I shall open a new chapter with the untold love story of our blessed mother as revealed herself to Michelle Rice. The following weeks are going to be juicer than before, in which we shall learn much on the issue of trying to save ourselves plus learning to live a holy life with God. This will come last in the series to come. Before then, we shall tell the story of the untold love as they happened to the holy family, how they were despised by neighbours when they needed help. Just watch out as they unfold. But readers, something happened in the sky of USA last weekend in Indiana. A bolt of lightning which caught people in that state very surprised. It was captured on camera across the world.
FIREBALL SHOOTS ACROSS MID-NIGHT IN US
Hundreds in Indiana according to sky news and neighbouring states called emergency services when a huge bright blue flash appeared in the mid-night sky. It looked like a bolt of lightning shortly before 1 am local time on Saturday, ( 29th Sept, 2013 ). It is thought to be a meteor or falling space debris, the national weather service said. There seemed to have been 13 such similar sightings so far this year alone. Everyone in Northwest Indiana, and as far as Evansville, are all speaking seeing "Mystery object." Remember the Nigerian sun display also happened on a weekend some two weeks or more, that beclouded the sun which looked like a rainbow, but was almost covering the sun. Our blessed mother has us to watch the sky for strange happenings henceforth. All these will be seen with the naked eyes.
Stay blessed in Jesus holy name. I shall endeavour to publish email from readers in acknowledgement of their appreciation of the knowledge they are acquiring every from all the revelations from the blessed mother. God bless you all, may you all be covered by golden light of our and saviour Jesus Christ. AMEN
Last week we had a little bit of printer's devil in my last article. Which was supposed to be," who am I"? Went who are I? It was not intended to be so.