September 20, 2020

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My Miraculous Week With St. Cuthbert of Lindesfarne (Co-Patron of England)

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St. Cuthbert of Lindesfarne promised to come stay with me until the end of time, recently. Before I continue, my history with St. Cuthbert of Lindesfarne.

My Week With St. Cuthbert of Lindesfarne

In 2014. St. Cuthbert of Lindesfarne spent 7 days with me in a hospital (misdiagnosis).

He was teleported form the past (I knew this through mystical or infused knowledge).

He was a very noble, dignified and gentle soul. He respected other people’s privacy greatly.

I will never forget him.

He did all because I wrote a letter defending his sanctity in a letter published by the most popular roleplaying magazine of all time. I also honored him in my Rosary every day.

He said before he left:”I don’t think I’ve helped anyone.”

I said: “You’ve helped me!”

Four days in, he said he was going to talk to his wife and mother. A vision of a great light appeared to me and a crown of twelve stars was brilliant for my eyes and could not be avoided.

Then the vision of a golden arrow appeared, in fire, before me. The image of Mount Carmel, which could not be ignored, flashed fire before my eyes.

His wife, St. Teresa of Avila (see her Transverberation) representing the Bride of Christ. His mother, the Blessed Virgin Mary. A fire consumed my heart and would not leave.

He left the same day.

Below is a picture of St. Cuthbert in Dragon Magazine.

It is true that Christians can prophesy through art, writing and the spoken word sometimes without knowing it. This seems to be the case with this picture.

The picture above looks very much like the St. Cuthbert I saw, except his mustache was thinner, and his hair was finer. He appeared in his forties or fifties and less hale.

God has his ways of making his Saints known in their splendor.

Saints who have been confirmed to teleport:

  • St. Philip the Deacon in the Book of Acts (Acts 8:39-40).
  • St. Ammon the Great.
  • St. Dominic.
  • St. Martin de Porres.
  • St. John Joseph of the Cross.

“For nothing will be impossible for God” (Luke 1:37).

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