Hmm which is correct?

Discussion in 'Marian Apparitions' started by Ananchal, Aug 25, 2021.

  1. Ananchal

    Ananchal Vigilans

    Had some downtime so I was reviewing different postings on locutions/ apparitions etc


    From one (Luz de Maria)
    PRAY THAT THE PROPHECIES SUBJECT TO THE RESPONSE OF THE HUMAN CREATURE BE MINIMIZED OR CANCELLED IN THE NAME OF THE SACROSANCT TRINITY.

    From another (Giselle Cardia)
    What will come cannot now be mitigated, but you should not fear anything; love God, continue with the prayer cenacles, entrusting yourselves to Him alone and to His infinite mercy

    Hmm - someone’s wrong and not hearing from heaven (n)
     
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  2. 333

    333 Our Lady of Fatima

    I don't believe either of them. It's not because I think that they're not good or even devout persons but I feel the ramblings come from their interior thoughts or a desire to be God's mouthpiece.
     
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  3. sparrow

    sparrow Exitus ~ Reditus

    I have heard various apparitions state that things can always be mitigated with enough prayer but also that certain things at this time cannot be mitigated anymore as we have not done enough repentance. I guess it is more fluid depending on the actual thing (secret) that is being spoken of as there are so many... Just my 2 cents..
     
  4. AED

    AED Powers

    It is my understanding that neither of these locutions/seers are approved. I steer clear of them.
     
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  5. thomas21

    thomas21 Archangels

    Did they specify exactly which prophecy they mean?

    I think some future events can be changed and some cannot. Jonah prophecized doom but Niveneh did penance and doom was averted. There are also events that cannot be averted. It would be useless to pray if the future is set in stone. But if all events are subject to change can anything be a verified true prophecy?

    Just some thoughts. Not saying they are true prophets but explaining how both statements can be true.
     
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