History and a Historian

     The world of today is not as it once was, say–for example–in the 1950s. The flow of electricity, the information age and science and transportation are quite different.  author 

     Historically, there are various people who don’t want you to believe in the relevancy of Fatima.  

    There are several points to this.  It is also old history that more than one pope since 1940 has done their own consecration and there is one, the one of 1985 that is claimed to have set on the sunset of accomplishment yet, we still have wars.

    More than ever, there is also the present danger of nuclear holocaust with a potential of killing every human if every nuclear weapon were fired all at once.

    The scenario also exists that it is no longer fantasy that weapons of mass destruction are in the hands of a military elite in North Korea and Red China that are not afraid to deploy their weapons. 

    Although sounding unreal, North Korea has one of the largest fleets of submarines in the Pacific, as related by veteran submariner Kenneth Sewell to Art Bell Oct. 8, 2006.  Maj. Dames in an interview of April 23, 2013, told George Noory on Coast To Coast AM not even the U.S. government knows this one (at that time): there was a devious, diabolical plan of transporting by submarine already-developed devices to be placed off the coasts of Hawaii and the West Coast of the U.S.   They’ll abrogate old-fashioned long-range missile launches.  

    Originally, Major Dames’ team thought those devices were nuclear mines.
But, so claims Dames, they would have the potential to be set off as close to U.S. territories and harbors as possible, if the U.S. attacks North Korea.  He is quoted as saying that in this Communist regime, it is not Kim Jong-u who is running the show, but some of his generals, which includes his aunt, a 4-star general-and, on the ropes would be Red China.  Incidentally, in January of 2016, the world was transfixed on North Korea’s claim that it detonated a miniature H-bomb to protect itself from “war mongers like the United States.” According to ABC reporter Martha Raddatz on ABC World News Tonight, January 6, 2016, this was “North Korea’s fourth nuclear test since 2006, and the North has the means to deliver those weapons.”

    Wars are part of the story. 

     The How odd to remember that in the 1930s a true story happened, through sacred prayer by her bishops and her Portuguese populace, a consecration was made in earnest, and all of a sudden,  a little Portugal and her people actually escaped the horrors of a Spanish Civil War and a WW II–a candid example of the amazing power of mass prayer, which the Vatican event of 2000 failed to approach, as was shown in the ebook.  About 30 years ago–as discussed in Alert: For The Times–leaders of the Holy Roman Catholic Church first began to tell you falsely that the Consecration of the whole world was done as requested by Heaven–which technically within this world is included the geographical area formerly known as the Soviet Union, aka Russia.  Bringing you up to date on things related to the Third Secret of Fatima is the object of this section.  Suppose we are in an era of peace and Russia had started to convert.  Keeping in mind, the main points that are to be subscribed to if one believes the requests of the Lady of 1917 of Fatima had really been made, is that, if the request is done as asked for (and accomplished), our big fat world would see peace!  Real peace is happiness.  Are the depositories of happiness and love–in whatever form you best like–felt by you and seen upon this world?  Is your lifestye of today better than before 2000?

     The three magnets that hold this book together are Science, Religion, and the Supernatural. You will need Quicktime to see the movies for the main platform, when reading the ebook itself. However, we know that Kindle does not subscribe to that, so we added links for Kindle. The story of Fatima has been featured on television many times, such as History Channel’s “Histories Mysteries”, AND Fox News.

     Petrus Romanus, the author 

 

      A most famous stop during the war was in North Platte, Nebraska at a place called the North Platte Canteen, pictured above.   It opened at 5 a.m. and did not close until the last troop train left after midnight.  Troops trains usually stopped for about 10 minutes and then out it went.  Canteens sprang up all over the country

      You had to have smooth flowing arteries, period.

 

      A most famous stop during the war was in North Platte, Nebraska at a place called the North Platte Canteen, pictured above.   It opened at 5 a.m. and did not close until the last troop train left after midnight.  Troops trains usually stopped for about 10 minutes and then out it went.  Canteens sprang up all over the country

      You had to have smooth flowing arteries, period.

      In WW II, on land, in the air, at sea, transportation had to mobilize its vast resources, its years of accumulated skill in dealing with tough problems, its know-how to meet and conquer the emergencies of the war effort.

     The next few lines gives a young reader a rundown of what really happened, in brief.  The transportation arteries, flowing East or West, North or South, connected the cities and factories.  Let us look at some stats, in both freight and passenger operations. 

  The Wounded Come Home

  August of 1942, Imperial Japanese leaders were under the impression people of the United States could not handle and much less mount any large-scale force to capture, reinforce and hold a tropical island by the name of Guadalcanal.  Real estate barely 90 miles long.  About 25 miles wide.

  Japan had not lost a war in 2,600 years, and the tide of war was still victorious. 

  Americans are too soft and diverse, so thought the Imperial Japanese.  Japan had amassed over 180,000 prisoners, and the Empire was still intact.  Although Midway was a turning point, nobody knew it thenand most of Japan's people were never publicly told about it in 1942and America's war plants were thousands of miles away and it seemed at the end of the other side of the world.

      In WW II, on land, in the air, at sea, transportation had to mobilize its vast resources, its years of accumulated skill in dealing with tough problems, its know-how to meet and conquer the emergencies of the war effort.

     The next few lines gives a young reader a rundown of what really happened, in brief.  The transportation arteries, flowing East or West, North or South, connected the cities and factories.  Let us look at some stats, in both freight and passenger operations.