The echelons of time hold no boundaries as mere mortals strive for distinctions. What holds true is the everlasting Word of God through the flow of time and cascading storms. Memory is a mere paperweight of man, within procedures and portholes of the present and the future.
Exorcist Martin on Angels and Demons
Venerable Sheen on The Devil
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Confusion of Christianity, Sheen
Maj Dames on Revelation and Antichrist
The following link is from a film based on events of 1917, titled The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima, developed by Warner Brothers, released to theaters in 1952.
When America was embroiled in the Korean War, NY staged a big citywide Atomic bomb drill, a big volcano erupted in the Philippines, Americans won the Giant slalom in the Winter Olympics (first win for US), Queen Elizabeth became the monarch of Great Britain, London fought its worst fire since the WW II Blitz, Canada slaughtered cattle to prevent the spread of hoof and mouth disease, The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima was released. It was first released at the Astor and Bijou in 1952; released on VHS in the 80s and on DVD 2018. The movie was directed by John Brahm, with the portrayal done in reverence bound by a sectarian theme.
One astounding thing that was felt by all . . . and is, undeniable, had little to do with what appeared in the heavens. Something remarkable occurred on terra firma, and it was the first time a part of Fatima on film was connected to some unexplainable phenomena. That of course was the release of The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima. This Hollywood movie reflected a course of history that is real, although it is not to say that everything is perfectly accurate, but the part on the solar disc is true. It was first shown to the public in 1952, and in color at that. Everyone’s clothes and umbrellas were stone dry after a solar phenomenon happened, in which Hollywood heralded the sun had danced.
What happened to the people, and what they saw and felt is based on facts, as our chapter one has demonstrated. Back in the 1950s, there was this Archbishop named Fulton J Sheen. He spoke about Fatima a lot. He was one to always speak his mind.
Fatima in color. The second color video is that of Archbishop Sheen's prophecy 60 years ago.
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