History and a Historian

     Title: Alert: For The Times, Book of Secrets.

 

    Frozen in time are four recent events that blow to smithterreens the past posture of the Vatican on Our Lady of Fatima.

    For the past 3 decades or so, the number two man behind the Pope with power has been the Secretary of State. And, since Casaroli, the actions associated to the Vatican have adjudicated the same stance since the Metz Pact of 1962, namely the story of Fatima should not only take a back seat, it should like disappear. When Sodano was Secretary of State in 2000, the release of the Third Secret was fashioned in such a sense that anyone with half a brain could figure out something was not right; in fact, it is full of generalities and incompleteness as shown by the author’s research. It is no mistake to point out certain prelates in the Vatican since 2000 hold no mountain of love for Our Blessed Mother.  Yet, in a surprise exclamation by then Pope Benedict XVI, a small tug of war within Vatican confines began to leak out, starting with his exclamation on May 13, 2009, when he said, “You promised the three children of Fatima ...in the end, My Immaculate Heart will triumph. May it be so!”  The following year, two more exclamations of fact were thrust on the world, taking many people by surprise.  

     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 

     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 

     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