Monday, May 26, 2014

Apparently I still need work on my reading skills

Apparently I still need some work on my reading skills,. As I am still sensing the The 3rd Fatima secret was based on this trip... as there is a lot of scenes that correlate to this moment ... Like the Pope making Peace at the start of this Jorney.

I have to Apologize to the 2 or 3 people who I have shared these prior thoughts to ... I would like a reasonable extension of time to let these thoughts play out in real time... as looking into the future in which a war zone is being foretold... and playing out ... it seems the Vatican did not show all the secret ...

I have came to a reasonable conclusion, during my research today, to think that foul play by the church (Vatican records) is not forthcoming ... Here is a link ... that says...

The prophecy of Fatima was completely defied! It is a lack of sense, I would say, because according to the interpretation that seems to me most worthy of consideration, the Third Secret - which John XXIII and his successors thought inopportune to reveal - is not about a supposed conversion of Russia, still far from becoming a reality, but regards the 'revolution' in the Catholic Church.

From a Council convened to throw light on the beauty and profundity of the Christian mystery by presenting the Church as the spouse of Christ, according to the beautiful words of the same Pope John XXIII, so many innovations were born that they appear to constitute a true internal revolution. 

as some things did not add up... in my thoughts that this was the trip of the 3rd secret playing out

ObviouslyFatima and the Vatican have this too say..

Thus we come finally to the third part of the “secret” of Fatima which for the first time is being published in its entirety. As is clear from the documentation presented here, the interpretation offered by Cardinal Sodano in his statement of 13 May was first put personally to Sister Lucia. Sister Lucia responded by pointing out that she had received the vision but not its interpretation. The interpretation, she said, belonged not to the visionary but to the Church. After reading the text, however, she said that this interpretation corresponded to what she had experienced and that on her part she thought the interpretation correct. In what follows, therefore, we can only attempt to provide a deeper foundation for this interpretation, on the basis of the criteria already considered.  
“To save souls” has emerged as the key word of the first and second parts of the “secret”, and the key word of this third part is the threefold cry: “Penance, Penance, Penance!” The beginning of the Gospel comes to mind: “Repent and believe the Good News” (Mk 1:15). To understand the signs of the times means to accept the urgency of penance – of conversion – of faith. This is the correct response to this moment of history, characterized by the grave perils outlined in the images that follow. Allow me to add here a personal recollection: in a conversation with me Sister Lucia said that it appeared ever more clearly to her that the purpose of all the apparitions was to help people to grow more and more in faith, hope and love—everything else was intended to lead to this.   
Let us now examine more closely the single images. The angel with the flaming sword on the left of the Mother of God recalls similar images in the Book of Revelation. This represents the threat of judgement which looms over the world. Today the prospect that the world might be reduced to ashes by a sea of fire no longer seems pure fantasy: man himself, with his inventions, has forged the flaming sword. The vision then shows the power which stands opposed to the force of destruction—the splendour of the Mother of God and, stemming from this in a certain way, the summons to penance. In this way, the importance of human freedom is underlined: the future is not in fact unchangeably set, and the image which the children saw is in no way a film preview of a future in which nothing can be changed. Indeed, the whole point of the vision is to bring freedom onto the scene and to steer freedom in a positive direction. The purpose of the vision is not to show a film of an irrevocably fixed future. Its meaning is exactly the opposite: it is meant to mobilize the forces of change in the right direction. Therefore we must totally discount fatalistic explanations of the “secret”, such as, for example, the claim that the would-be assassin of 13 May 1981 was merely an instrument of the divine plan guided by Providence and could not therefore have acted freely, or other similar ideas in circulation. Rather, the vision speaks of dangers and how we might be saved from them.   
The next phrases of the text show very clearly once again the symbolic character of the vision: God remains immeasurable, and is the light which surpasses every vision of ours. Human persons appear as in a mirror. We must always keep in mind the limits in the vision itself, which here are indicated visually. The future appears only “in a mirror dimly” (1 Cor13:12). Let us now consider the individual images which follow in the text of the “secret”. The place of the action is described in three symbols: a steep mountain, a great city reduced to ruins and finally a large rough-hewn cross. The mountain and city symbolize the arena of human history: history as an arduous ascent to the summit, history as the arena of human creativity and social harmony, but at the same time a place of destruction, where man actually destroys the fruits of his own work. The city can be the place of communion and progress, but also of danger and the most extreme menace. On the mountain stands the cross—the goal and guide of history. The cross transforms destruction into salvation; it stands as a sign of history's misery but also as a promise for history.   
At this point human persons appear: the Bishop dressed in white (“we had the impression that it was the Holy Father”), other Bishops, priests, men and women Religious, and men and women of different ranks and social positions. The Pope seems to precede the others, trembling and suffering because of all the horrors around him. Not only do the houses of the city lie half in ruins, but he makes his way among the corpses of the dead. The Church's path is thus described as a Via Crucis, as a journey through a time of violence, destruction and persecution. The history of an entire century can be seen represented in this image. Just as the places of the earth are synthetically described in the two images of the mountain and the city, and are directed towards the cross, so too time is presented in a compressed way. In the vision we can recognize the last century as a century of martyrs, a century of suffering and persecution for the Church, a century of World Wars and the many local wars which filled the last fifty years and have inflicted unprecedented forms of cruelty. In the “mirror” of this vision we see passing before us the witnesses of the faith decade by decade. Here it would be appropriate to mention a phrase from the letter which Sister Lucia wrote to the Holy Father on 12 May 1982: “The third part of the ‘secret' refers to Our Lady's words: ‘If not, [Russia] will spread her errors throughout the world, causing wars and persecutions of the Church. The good will be martyred; the Holy Father will have much to suffer; various nations will be annihilated'”.   

Friday, May 23, 2014

Pud-y vs O'bomba

Putin on Obama: 'Who Made Him a Judge?'

MOSCOW - A defiant Vladimir Putin declared today that the U.S.-led world order "has failed." Speaking to business leaders a at a forum in St Petersburg, the Russian president railed against U.S. sanctions and dismissed allegations that Russia is meddling in Ukraine, which he said was in the midst of "civil war" thanks to the West. He also rejected accusations by President Obama in unusually pointed terms.
The Russian president was addressing the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, Russia's answer to World Economic Forum in Davos. This year fewer Western executives were in attendance after the White House leaned on them not to attend as the Obama administration seeks to isolate Russia over its policy in Ukraine and Crimea.

Putin on Obama: Who Made Him a Judge?
He urged investors "not to give in to pressure and blackmail" as the West tries to isolate Russia.
When asked by a moderator about President Obama's accusations that the Kremlin was lying when it claims it is not meddling in Ukraine, President Putin brushed aside the very notion with sarcasm.
"Who made him a judge?" he bristled, though he quickly added that he thinks Obama has a better opinion of him than was suggested.
Putin dismissed allegations that American intelligence leaker Edward Snowden, who received asylum in Russia last year after being stranded in a Moscow airport for weeks, was a Russian spy.
"He's not an agent of ours. He hasn't given us any secrets. He hasn't leaked anything," Putin said.
Putin blamed the failure of the "reset" in U.S.-Russia relations on "unilateral moves" by the Obama administration.
"We didn't damage these relations. Despite the harsh rhetoric and contradictory approaches, we continue cooperation," he said.
"We are not going to engage in self-isolation," Putin added. "But you cannot force someone to love you."
Putin says that Ukraine is in the midst of a "civil war." He said it was not a "revolution," but rather a "coup" that deposed former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich in February.
He rejected Western claims that the unrest in Ukraine is due to Russian meddling, saying an American-backed "coup" resulted in "chaos and full-scale civil war."
Asked if Russia will recognize the results of this Sunday's presidential election in Ukraine, Putin said Russia "will respect the will of the people" and will work with whoever wins. His comments, however, afford him some wiggle room to declare that the election did not reflect the will of the people since separatist-held regions in southeastern Ukraine are rejecting the vote.
Putin also demanded that Ukraine pay the $3.5 billion Russia says Ukraine owes it for past gas deliveries.
He called Europe "snobs" for ignoring Russia's concerns about the economic deal they offered Ukraine last year. President Yanukovich ultimately rejected the offer in favor of a Russian loan, leading to the street protests that led to his ouster.
Putin defended Russia's intervention in Crimea, which the West and the leaders in Kiev have denounced as an illegal land grab.
"We just ensured the free will of the people," Putin said of the hastily-arranged referendum that led to the region's annexation by Russia.
"If we had not done that there would have been worse than in Odessa where people were burned alive," Putin argued, referring to a fiery clash in the Ukrainian city last month that left dozens dead.
Putin defended his friends who were sanctioned by the United States last month over Russia's actions in Ukraine and Crimea.
"Those people are my friends and I'm proud to call them my friends. They are patriots," Putin said. "Their business have been directed towards cooperation with our country. Have their sanctions harmed their business? Definitely so. But they are experienced entrepreneurs. They took their money out and moved it to Russia so they haven't sanctioned too much, but their businesses have been damaged by sanctions. This is unlawful and unfair."
A visibly angry Putin noted that the United States is threatening more sanctions and asked what the justification will be.
"What have we done this time? There has recently been an earthquake in Thailand. Would you like to sanction Russia for that as well?" he asked sarcastically. "There is a civil war in Ukraine. What does Russia have to do with that?"
He suggested the United States only imposed the sanctions to gain a trade edge over European competitors who do more business with Russia.
Putin conceded that the sanctions have taken a toll on the Russian economy, which is hemorrhaging money and on the brink of recession. He argued, however, that it has not caused any lasting damage.
"The world is really changing rapidly. We see colossal geopolitical, technological and structural shifts. The unipolar model of the world order has failed," Putin said. "Today this is obvious to everyone, even to those who are still trying to act in their habitual coordinate system."
Putin claimed that Russia had no plan to restrict the internet, despite widespread fears to the contrary.
"We have no restrictions over individual self-expression or the use of modern technologies for personal or business development," Putin said.
He suggested any restrictions were similar to measures imposed in the West.
"Restrictions were introduced, so what do they consist of? Banning the propaganda of pedophilia, child pornography, methods of suicide. Excuse me, there are plenty of such restrictions in the legal systems of all other countries, including Europe and the United States," Putin added.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

3rd Fatima Secret -

As everyone should know the Pope is headed for the Holy Land and this Prophecy should clearly be seen ... as is it's "time"

Unread postby Gus Who » Tue May 20, 2014 1:51 pm
I have to correct my May 22 ... Chit chat to run through May 26 - as I have to consider in this 3rd Fatima secret at this time... as the pope has to walk this yellow brick line below... given the fact that the two previous secrets dealt with the start of World War 1 and World War 2... sooo as a seer I would say that this 3rd Secret deals with World War ...  Strike Three! End Time

Pope Francis will begin his trip in Jordan on May 24, travelling to the West Bank town of Bethlehem the next morning. Later that day, he travels to Jerusalem where he will stay until the evening of May 26. Now you can Judge if these pictures line up with the Vision?

Pope Francis' Holy Land Schedule: A Tour Of The Sacred Sites The Pope Will Visit

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Pope Francis sets out for the Holy Land on May 24, and not a minute of his three-day trip will be wasted. The pope will visit some of the most sacred sites in the Holy Land and meet with Christian, Jewish and Muslim leaders.
Here is a pictorial guide to the sites Pope Francis will visit on his tour of the Holy Land and what he'll be doing there:
May 24: Amman, Jordan
Site of the Baptism of Jesus
baptism site jesus
This is the site of the Biblical baptism of Jesus, who was baptized by John in the Jordan River. After celebrating Mass at a stadium in Amman, the pope will visit the site of Jesus' baptism where he will meet with refugees and young people with disabilities.
May 25: Bethlehem, West Bank
Manger Square
bethlehem manger square
Manger Square is a central religious hub in Bethlehem and is named after the Biblical manger Jesus was placed in after his birth. The Church of the Nativity, the reported place of Jesus' birth, stands beside the square, which many pilgrims visit throughout the year. After meeting with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, the pope will hold Mass in Manger Square and have lunch with Palestinian families.
Grotto of the Nativity
bethlehem grotto of nativity
This is the Biblical site of Jesus' birth and marks a pilgrimage destination in the Christian tradition. After Mass in Manger Square, the pope will privately visit the Grotto of the Nativity, then meet with children from Palestinian refugee camps.
May 25-26: Jerusalem, Israel
Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre
church of holy sepulcher
The Church of the Holy Sepulchre is the Biblical site of Jesus' crucifixion and burial. Pope Francis will meet with the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, Bartholomew I, marking an important embrace between the Catholic and Orthodox churches.
Esplanade of the Mosques
esplanade of the mosques
This is one of the three most holy sites in Islam and will host the pope's visit with the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem on May 26.
The Western Wall
western wall jerusalem
The Western Wall is the one remaining wall from the Second Temple in Jerusalem, which was destroyed in 70 C.E. After meeting with the Grand Mufti, the pope will visit the Western Wall and Holocaust memorial Yad Vashem. He will also meet with President Shimon Peres, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the two Chief Rabbis of Israel.
Yad Vashem - Holocaust Memorial
yad vashem jerusalem
Yad Vashem is a memorial, museum and research center dedicated to remembering the atrocities of the Holocaust. The pope will visit the site on his final day in the Holy Land.
Church of Gethsemane
church of gethsemane
The Church of Gethsemane, also called the Basilica of the Agony and the Church of All Nations, is the site where Jesus reportedly prayed on the night of his arrest. The pope will meet with priests and religious men and women at the church on the evening of May 26.
The Cenacle
cenacle jerusalem
The Cenacle, also called the "Upper Room," is the site on Mount Zion where Jesus' reportedly celebrated the last supper with his disciples. Pope Francis will conclude his Holy Land visit with Mass at the Cenacle, before his 8PM flight back to Rome.


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... to all that look and can not get the WAT... one must take into consideration all the circumstances around such vision ... 

This is the 3rd Fatima Secret: (according to what is on the internet) ... as the first 2 secrets dealt with WORLD WAR 1 & 2

After the two parts which I have already explained, at the left of Our Lady and a little above, we saw an Angel with a flaming sword in his left hand; flashing, it gave out flames that looked as though they would set the world on fire; but they died out in contact with the splendour that Our Lady radiated towards him from her right hand: pointing to the earth with his right hand, the Angel cried out in a loud voice: 'Penance, Penance, Penance!'. And we saw in an immense light that is God: 'something similar to how people appear in a mirror when they pass in front of it' a Bishop dressed in White 'we had the impression that it was the Holy Father'. Other Bishops, Priests, men and women Religious going up a steep mountain, at the top of which there was a big Cross of rough-hewn trunks as of a cork-tree with the bark; before reaching there the Holy Father passed through a big city half in ruins and half trembling with halting step, afflicted with pain and sorrow, he prayed for the souls of the corpses he met on his way; having reached the top of the mountain, on his knees at the foot of the big Cross he was killed by a group of soldiers who fired bullets and arrows at him, and in the same way there died one after another the other Bishops, Priests, men and women Religious, and various lay people of different ranks and positions. Beneath the two arms of the Cross there were two Angels each with a crystal aspersorium in his hand, in which they gathered up the blood of the Martyrs and with it sprinkled the souls that were making their way to God.

Though I have had a dream of being a pallbearer for the Pope now that I think about it... and I do like this Pope (as I had this dream back in 2006... and at odds with the leadership under the last Pope...) Francis, as he has move the Church in the right direction... so therefore I hope he or those that see this take proper steps to safe guard this upcoming trip... 

Bottom line- note... please pay attention to this Vision, as it lines up as a kind of visionary truth that I am feel obligated to show you ... as it came to my mind last night.

Monday, May 19, 2014

Cyber spying -

Look who is calling the kettle black? 
One would think (unless you have psychic abilities) peeking would have common rules given that these two countries are partners in the same crime. 

U.S. accuses China of cyber spying on American companies

WASHINGTON/BOSTON Mon May 19, 2014 12:13pm EDT
A map of China is seen through a magnifying glass on a computer screen showing binary digits in Singapore in this January 2, 2014 photo illustration. REUTERS/Edgar Su
A map of China is seen through a magnifying glass on a computer screen showing binary digits in Singapore in this January 2, 2014 photo illustration.
(Reuters) - A U.S. grand jury has indicted five Chinese military officers on charges of hacking American companies and stealing trade secrets, the toughest action taken by Washington so far to address cyber spying by China.
China denied the charges, saying they were "made up" and would damage trust between the two nations. The Chinese foreign ministry said it would suspend the activities of the Sino-U.S. Internet working group.
The indictments mark the first time the United States has filed charges against specific officials of foreign governments, accusing them of corporate cyber spying.
"When a foreign nation uses military or intelligence resources and tools against an American executive or corporation to obtain trade secrets or sensitive business information for the benefit of its state-owned companies, we must say, 'enough is enough,'" U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said at a press conference.
The suspects targeted companies in the Pittsburg area in the nuclear power, metal and solar product industries. The companies included Alcoa Inc, Allegheny Technologies Inc, United States Steel Corp, Westinghouse Electric Co, U.S. subsidiaries of SolarWorld AG and a steel workers union, Department of Justice officials said.
The move "indicates that DOJ has 'smoking keyboards' and (is) willing to bring the evidence to a court of law and be more transparent," said Frank Cilluffo, head of the Homeland Security Policy Institute at the George Washington University.
American businesses have long urged the government to take action about cyber espionage from abroad, particularly by China.
Secret U.S. State Department cables obtained by WikiLeaks traced major systems breaches to China, Reuters reported in 2011. One 2009 cable pinpointed attacks to a specific unit of China's People's Liberation Army.
Skeptics noted that U.S. authorities wouldn't be able to arrest those indicted as Beijing would not hand them over. Still, the move would prevent the individuals from traveling to the United States or other countries that have an extradition agreement with the United States.
"It won't slow China down," said Eric Johnson, dean of the business school at Vanderbilt University and an expert on cyber security issues.
Experts said the indictments would have some impact on those accused of hacking U.S. companies.
Stewart Baker, a former NSA attorney, said the hackers named in the indictments might have trouble getting jobs in China's private sector when they move on from employment with the People's Liberation Army.
"In the long run, it could even hurt your employability in China, because U.S. government is going to look askance at Chinese firms that hire former cyber spies," said Baker, a partner with Steptoe & Johnson LLP.
(Additional reporting by Susan Heavey and Mark Hosenball; Editing by Bernadette Baum)
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Comments (40)
Overcast451 wrote:
LOL!!! Pot, meet kettle.
May 19, 2014 8:52am EDT  --  Report as abuse
justin2013 wrote:
Even if it is true, the US authorities can no longer complain about cyber-spying. Unfortunately, my own government is coming off as the biggest hypocritical bunch of jackasses since the old Soviet Union.
May 19, 2014 8:57am EDT  --  Report as abuse
westernshame wrote:
what a joke, the US spies on everyone, allies, enemies, their own citizens….. and their upset because someone is looking back, pathetic nonsense.
May 19, 2014 9:46am EDT  --  Report as abuse