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Coronavirus: Pachamama Idolatry, Abandonment of the Faithful & The Hope of the Immaculate Heart

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Recently, Father Mitch Pacwa, a missionary to Chile at the time, talked about a plague that swept the Country because of Pachamama. He describes an Earthquake that destroyed “thousands” people because of Pachamama worship and the monument left by the survivors.

Pachamama

A pagan goddess, condemned by bishops, priests & missionaries, Pahamama has a history in Latin America. Recently Bolivia rose up and ousted its President because of this idolatrous worship. President also committed idolatry in presenting a Communist Crucifix to Francis:

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The correlation between Francis and President Menendez seems very convicting. However, moral culpability is to Francis – he consented, he participated and he committed the idolatry:

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Above: Francis worships Pachamama in St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome.

Francis has tried to push Pachamama imagery in a recent document. Despite the many martyrs that died refusing worship to pagan gods, including in the Roman Empire.

Moral Faults

In sin, the Faithful abandon not just God but one another. Sin is a communal act, not just a personal one.

When a priest sins, especially with idolatry, they have thrown the sheep to the wolves. When they entrench in that sin, they become a Judas, an Antichrist in view of their in persona Christi, and high priest of Baal subject to the powers of Elijah (2 Kings 1:12).

Plagues and pestilence have been revealed to be divine punishments throughout Sacred Scripture and papal teaching. Though popes have cautioned against attributing pestilences to moral fault, it is clear it is.

Without original sin there would be no illness or death. So whether due to personal sin or original sin unredeemed, pestilences remain a divine punishment or chastisement. This truth cannot be escaped.

Prophecy

I prophesied pestilences on July, 21 2019. The Coronavirus was first reported in early December. Plagues are distinct chastisements from God. Pestilences include viruses.

I also prophesied the Chastisements of the Immaculate Heart of Mary begun years ago. The Blessed Virgin gave a warning of these as recorded in the Message of Fatima.

Prophetic Insight

A series of pestilences will come until the World Repents and practices Catholicism in its dogmas and infallible teaching. This has already began with Covid-19 and other pestilences. In fact, it has been the negligent cause of all pestilences in the 20th and 21st Centuries – a fact that prelates have cautioned against making.

Why did the prelates warn against making such a judgment? You must have a revelation from God, period, no exception, no evasion. God must explicitly tell a revelatory – period, no exception, no evasion.

We can certainly generally assess that pestilences happen because of moral faults – voluntary of involuntary. They are corrective measures for the involuntary (ignorant, psychologically, or socially aberrant). They are punishments for the voluntary. Either way, they have a corrective element.

“I will send…consuming pestilence” (Deuteronomy 32:24).

Conversely:

“No harm will overtake you,
    no disaster will come near your tent.
For he will command his angels concerning you
    to guard you in all your ways;
They will lift you up in their hands,
    so that you will not strike your foot against a stone (Psalm 91:10-12).

Prayer, holiness and fidelity to dogma and infallible teaching is the only cure. When this is acheived, Psalm 91 is promised.

You cannot conform to dogma and infallible teaching, except by a miracle, unless you know its content. You must know the dogma and infallible teaching in order to live it.

Know, pray and live.

Intercession

Sacred Heart of Jesus, be our Salvation. Amen.

Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us now and at the hour of our passing. Amen.

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