ast week's write-up brought some controversies in some quarters, in the sense that some readers started what looked like a query. But their actions fell short of what our blessed mother's teachings are saying to us. She reiterated that no matter what interpretation people give to her revelations of both her and her son. It will not change the fact of the matter, that she vowed to let her children in the world know the real truth of who she is and her position as the QUEEN of Heaven and EARTH. That all the messages about Jesus and herself were hidden by her Church. But now she has come to put the records straight. Before I go further into more revelation about the above subject, I need to let readers know I am only passing out the truth as has been instructed. So don't forget that I am only doing what I am asked to do for the sake of truth, and nothing but the truth. So rather than people rebuking me and Michelle for telling the truth, we deserve a simple thank you.
According to Michelle, some people think they know her, but they are wrong. Our blessed mother has in my last article and the one before it, "I look inwardly before who to reveal important issues concerning spiritual details to him or her. I don't just see anybody and trust what I have to say to him. I see the person if he or she is capable to deliver spiritually. I have refused to choose priests and nuns any more, after what happened in the case of Sister Lucia Dos Santos on the Fatima in 1917. The secrets that were meant to be revealed by the Church in 1960, so that the world will be a better place for all mankind in the world, the secrets were hidden by my Church - Catholic Church.
Now there is a paradigm shift, the dawn of a new era, where things will be done differently. According to Michelle Rice: "MARY DOES NOT FIT NEATLY into any category. Some so called pastors have formed the habit of disputing these revelations. Our mother has advised we ignore their antics. We think we know her, and then she reveals more about herself. With every new revelation, we come to see more fully the grandeur of her being, from her humble submission to God's call for her to be the mother of His son to her awesome majesty as the Queen of Heaven and Earth. We learn that there are facets to her, some of which are beyond our comprehension. We call her Mary but we could call her by many other names, for indeed she is known by many other names."
It is especially difficult to know Mary as she was during her life as the mother of Jesus because the historical record of her life is limited. The authoritative sources are the Gospels, but their accuracy is uncertain and subject to on going debate among New Testament scholars. Mary reveals in the vision information about herself and her relationship with Joseph that broadens and in some ways alters our limited understanding of her based on scripture. These disclosures also contradict some commonly held beliefs about her. Michelle continues, why is Mary bringing forth this information now? One thing is that she no longer wants to be known within the limited context in which she is traditionally seen. She states that she will no longer be confined within this view:
"I am far more than any church can teach or preach. I am coming to teach the world who I am."
A second reason relates to Mary's paralleled influence as the model of feminine virtue in the Western world for the past two thousand years. Our understanding of her has played an immeasurable role in shaping Western Consciousness. How we see her has influenced in countless ways how we see ourselves. Thus, a paradigm shift in our views of Mary have major implications for how we view ourselves. As her revelations indicate, she should indeed be revered as the model of feminine virtue, but not for all the reasons she has been.
A third reason Mary is sharing information about herself is that she wants us know that we are like her. As she reveals who she is, she reveals who we are, and we discover that her truth is also our truth. Thus, as we listen to her intimately, we will come to know ourselves in a new way. We will find that we too, in the depths of our souls are unfathomable oceans of love.
We are still left with the question why Mary is revealing this information about herself now. This information forms part of a larger story unfolding across the globe in which Mary is emerging as a central figure. She is telling people around the world, in visions and locution, that the events occurring on the global stage, both natural and man-made, will bring an end to the world as we know it and give birth to a new era of light and Consciousness of love. AS BEACON OF LIGHT SHINING IN A SEA OF DARKNESS, she comes to teach us who she is and to guide into this new world.
MARY IN THE GOSPELS
Mary as we all know was sparingly mentioned in the Gospels. Her story started when angel Gabriel appeared to her when she was betrothed to Joseph and probably in her early or mid-teens, since it was Jewish custom at that time for girls to be engaged at that age. Angel Gabriel announces to her that God had chosen her to be the mother of His son. Mary asks how this could be since is still a virgin. Angel Gabriel explains that she would conceive through the Holy Spirit and concludes his visitation with the message, "For nothing will be impossible with God."
Mary assents to God's call and later, in a song of praise known as the magnificat, extols God's greatness and her own humility. After the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem and the visit of the Magi, she and Joseph flee to Egypt with Jesus to escape from Herod, who sees Jesus as a threat to his rule and plans to kill him. Afterwards, she appears in the Gospels only a few mere times. The most striking of these appearances is at Jesus Crucifixion when she stands with two other courageous women, Mary Magdalene being one of these women, at the foot of the cross and watches her son die. Her heart is indeed pierced by a sword as Simeon had prophesied years earlier when Jesus was an infant.
This limited account of Mary in the Gospels leaves us wondering about this extraordinary being and wanting to know more about her. As if responding to this desire, she states:
"You want to know of me and who I am. I am a mother. I am a lover. I am a woman. I am a girl. I am pure. I am love. I am light. And I am divine. It is no secret who I am. I am like you in every way, and you are like me in every way."
MARY AS MOTHER
Mary describes herself first as a mother. This should not come as a surprise, for being a mother was and is one of her most important roles. The mother carries and nurtures life into being. Mary was the mother of Jesus, and she is the spiritual mother of us all. She is our Divine mother, and we are her children. As our Divine mother, she tells us: "I AM THE MOTHERS OF MOTHERS. I have a great love. My love is like God's love, it is also a motherly love.
Like God, Mary loves us unconditionally and, like a mother, she nurtures, guides, and protects us. Also like a mother, she speaks to protect us in words that sometimes are soft and gentle, bringing us comfort and consolation, and at other times strong and firm, telling us what we need to know but not want to hear. As she points out:
"The role of a mother is varied, sometimes a mother needs to be firm, and sometimes a mother needs to be soft. A mother must wear many hats, and I must do that."
As our Divine Mother, she sees us lost in a world of darkness and living under veils and illusion. She wants us to be free. She wants to fill us with her love so that we can transform ourselves, our lives, and our world into love. For this reason, she came two thousand years ago, and she comes today. We need only open ourselves to her to feel her presence and the vibration of her love. Letting us know she is always with us, she says: "I am not just in churches. If you take the time, you will find me, see me, and hear me everywhere."
Mary reminds us, as she has throughout the ages, that she will guide us back to God if only we allow her. She will help us overcome the obstacles that prevent us from loving and becoming love. She knows our longings, and fears, our hopes and desires. She knows the pains we carry, the mistakes, and missteps we have made. And she knows the love and beauty we carry within.
Describing further role as mother, she states:
"As a mother, I love all my children and all souls equally. One is not greater or better than another in terms of my love for them. Some please me more than others. Some serve me more than others. But I love them all the same. You are all my children, learning and growing, and all equal souls, learning and growing. Just as in your world, you look at your children and are wiser and help see what they do not see and grow into what they need to grow into, I do the same." Mary
Speaking of her unconditional love, even when her children hurt her and themselves, she adds:
"A parent who is a loving parent does not ridicule because the child does not know. The parent patiently waits and guides and helps the child to grow in ways they need to grow and do what they need to do. This is what I do with all my children. Some want to listen and some do not. Those who do not listen hurt me and themselves. But I still love them the same. This too you must do."
Mary's love and guidance are illustrated in a dream in which a woman who had recently died at an elderly age appeared dressed in white and surrounded by pink and golden light. She had not had an easy life, but maintained a special devotion to Mary as her spiritual mother, which grew in her later years as found more time to devote to prayer. This woman said that she was in heaven. Attributing this to Mary, she stated, "Mary takes care of her own." These few words capture what our relationship with Mary can mean for us. Like this woman, we are one of Mary's own. If we turn to her, she will take care of us too, regardless of our religious affiliation, spiritual background, or personal history.
In several messages, Mary speaks of a mother's role. Just as Mary brought the Light of JESUS INTO THE WORLD, she wants our light, the Divine Child with us, to be into the world, too. She says, it is the special role of the mother to spark this light in her child with love.
"It is the mother's job to teach her children love. But, even if the mother does teach the child love, the child is a soul with many experiences and knows love. Really, what a mother is to do is to speak the light in the child with love. Many mothers do not do this. This is part of the problem in your world." Mary
Sadly, she points out that some mothers do just the opposite of sparking the light in their children:
"There are bad mothers who want to lead their children into darkness and suffering. Then they stand back and watch their children suffer and blame the world for it."
Mary urges parents to look deep within their children for the meaning of their lives. "I am not talking about the meaning of what the mind gives. I am talking about the meaning of truth within."
As the Divine Mother, her essence is love, and all her children carry within them this same essence. When we open to this light, like a magical fire, it consumes our illusions and darkness, making way for the birth of the Divine Child within us. Then we enter into her womb, the womb of love itself, where we discover that we are the same fiery essence, the same miracle of love.
In a vision of truly stunning proportions, Mary shows herself as the womb of all creation and with all creation contained within her. In the vision, God appears in the form of a man, and Mary appears where God's face would be. Her womb occupies the place of God's mouth, while the earth, all beings of the earth, and her son Jesus Christ are enclosed within the womb. She speaks of the meaning of this vision:
"God impregnated me with the earth and the people of the earth because I am His favourite creation. I am the Mother of all beings. In order to come here ( to the earth ), you have to come through me." Mary
Then, alluding to the anguish a mother feels when she and her children suffer, she states:
"I suffer because I am the mother of all the souls and the earth. As with a mother who has love and good intentions for her children, the child has free will and the mother is not responsible for the child's decisions. But I suffer anyway when I see my children suffer and make many decisions."
Mary is the Cosmic Mother all God's creation contained within her. Nothing exists without her as mother. As the Cosmic Mother, she manifests her love throughout all creation, and our life and being are her love. She is what nurtures and sustains us all beings. As her cosmic children, we carry within us all that she is. Yet this is so much greater than we can grasp until we become like her. She thus entreats us to devote ourselves to her so that we too can become pure love:
"I am Cosmic Mother I am greater than any concept, any word, any perception, any thought. I do not fit into any category. I am beyond words. I am beyond experience. I am the Cosmic Mother. I will do and bring great things. Honour me and you will be taken care of. Devote your heart, your soul, your mind, your body, and your time to me. Devote everything to me. I am the Cosmic Mother."
Until we are like her, we can only bow before the grandeur of this extraordinary being, who tells us:
"I am Mother Mary. I am the Mother of Heaven. I am the Mother of Light. I am the Mother of Love. I am the Mother of Joy. I am the Mother of Truth. I am the Mother of Peace."
MARY AS LOVER
Mary told Michelle, she is a lover. Whether and Joseph were lovers has been a source of much controversy. Some believe they were, while others accept the traditional view, that they were not. Responding to a request to confirm that she and Joseph were lovers, she states unequivocally that she was a lover and goes on to describe what love-making is meant to be:
"I told you I was a lover. When two people make love, God is present with them and in them. Joseph and I , when we would make love, would experience the divine rather than just the flesh. You see, in love-making, two bodies become one. One. One. Do you hear what I am saying? One. In this being one, the experience of being complete with God allows a human being to be one with the other, to be one with God, and to experience divinity. True love-making is not the hunger of the flesh alone. It is not the appetite for lust and beauty. It is the desire for love and being one with God."
Speaking further of her and Joseph as lovers, she describes how lovers should approach love-making.:
"You must feel the oneness, feel the love, and feel God present in every second of love-making. This is what Joseph and I experienced while in the flesh."
In another vision, Mary discloses that she and Joseph had children together after Jesus was born. This would be expected since they had sexual relations. These children were Jesus' half-siblings because Jesus, according to Mary, was conceived through the Holy Spirit. Pointing out that the truth is that she and Joseph, were lovers and parents of other children is not found in the Scriptures, she states:
"The Scriptures, have been written and rewritten over and over the years. They are not EXACT. The truth has been watered down and distorted. There is truth in them, but it is not exact. It is twisted. I was not a Virgin. I had relations with Joseph, and JESUS had SIBLINGS." - Mary
People accustomed to the traditional view of Mary may find it hard to accept that Mary was and she is a lover. But she tells us the belief that and Joseph lived a celibate life together is erroneous. She wants us to know the TRUTH of her life as the mother of Jesus, and there are many reasons, for this. One reason is that the distortion of the truth about her and Joseph as lovers has contributed greatly to the denigration of sex and its role as a powerful spiritual force that is meant, as Mary explains, to bring us into union with God. In the Christian World, sex has been commonly associated with sin, darkness, and evil. While some people may claim that they do not view sex in these ways, the association runs deep within Christian culture and the Western psyche. It is probably fair to say that few people raised within Western culture manage to avoid the pernicious effects of distorted views of sex, which are based in part on the false teaching that Mary and Joseph never consummated their marriage or their love for each other.
Mary not only tells us that she was and is a lover, but also shares what love-making is meant to be: a way for lovers to become one with God, and experience divinity. What she describes is what we long to experience in romantic love.
The fulfilment of what San Juan de la Cruz calls "love's urgent longings." In the opening of our heart to that special other in sexual intimacy, our desire to be one with the other, with God, and with our own divine essence can be fulfilled. Mary tells us that love-making is one of the ways, and perhaps the principal way, for romantic love to reach its highest expression.
According to Michelle, Mary beckons us to the sacredness of love-making. Offering us the example of her own life, she reminds us not only that love-making is a sacred act, but one of the most sacred act, but one of the most Sacred acts we can experience. Her words also illuminate love-making as an experience that brings us back to the original state of perfection in which we were one in love with another soul and with God. As Mary gently guides us back to the truth of what love-making is meant to be, she is restoring love-making to its proper place in God's plan for us to know and become one with Him.
Love-making is sometimes seen as an impediment to reaching God, something to be dispensed with as we strive for spiritual attainment. Mary's revelation that she and Joseph were lovers broadens our understanding of them in a way that serves to heal the split many people experience between body and spirit. Our desire for love and God can be experienced in the flesh and at the same time lift us beyond the flesh into Spirit. Mary thus affirms that love-making in the flesh is a vital part of who we are as spiritual beings and that God has given us love-making as a means for us to know Him to enter us in a very intimate way. The body becomes a temple of the divine, a vessel of light, in love-making, and we are spiritual beings engaged in a most sacred act when we come together in love with another in sexual intimacy. The beauty and wisdom of God creating us as beings of both flesh and spirit are seen in Mary's revelation of what she and Joseph experienced as lovers. She is telling us that, in the most essential aspects of our humanness, we can come to know and experience God and. Ultimately, become lovers with God.
Mary's message is love, and love does not separate or divide. Some will find it difficult to accept that Mary and Joseph were lovers, while others will feel the truth of what she is saying. She gives us something to ponder about a unique way of living with our creator in order for us to attain a perfect life with God, she gives this information not to divide, but to heal us of misguided notions of sexuality that too often separate us further from God instead of bringing us closer to Him. Anticipating diverse reactions to these revelations, she states that the two views of her, as a virgin and as lover, are both correct:
"I was a virgin when I conceived. Thereafter, I was not a virgin. So those who call me virgin are not wrong, and those who do not believe I was a virgin are not wrong either."
She further states: "Do not worry what the Church thinks about these visions or their position on my virginity. There are many who believe in me and know that I was not and am not virgin. I was conceived of the Holy Spirit, and I had relations with Joseph. The Catholic Church will oppose this. In your book, it will cause some people disbelief. Do not worry about that and do not worry about them. They do not know the truth. My relationship with Joseph was full, and in every way I was a woman."
What does it mean to be a virgin? This is where part of the problem in understanding Mary arises. Mary explains what it is to be virgin:
"I was virgin in my heart and in my mind and in my body because I was pure in my heart and in my mind and in my body because I am and was and always have been pure. This does not mean I did not have sexual relations. My relations with Joseph were virgin. My relations with Joseph were and are pure. This makes me virgin." Mary
Next week I shall conclude the second part of this article. Meanwhile over the last week as predicted by blessed mother and Jesus people will attack you, spit on you for my sake, HE says, " Just ignore them." I have been stomaching a lot but what can I do. I still have to bring you the readers the truth as it is revealed by our mother, so as to lay to rest falsehood. I got a lot of attacks via emails from some religious bigots, who out of ignorance and arrogance started to dispute the teaching of the blessed mother. I only pity them. The train has already left them behind. You can see what blessed mother is saying about her relationship with Joseph, that they had always been lovers after the birth of Jesus. That they did this to testify that their marriage was properly consummated and ordained by God. That after Jesus, she had other children according to her testimony. That Jesus had half siblings according to her is fact. Forget what these die-hard traditionalists views are, or what the church is telling us. She said it herself so who are I to disbelieve her, remember this is the mother of our Redeemer. You can see how down to earth she is, her openness and honesty of purpose, so as to teach us some lessons about truth, that so many of us lack. I will see you next week with more revelations, until then as usual stay blessed in Jesus Holy name. Remember Christ said. "I and my mother are one, the mother repeated same about Him, about the oneness between the both of them.