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 Post subject: St Bernard of Clarvaux
PostPosted: Mon Jul 19, 2021 10:18 am 
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I found this in the Stars

St Bernard of Clarvaux asked our Lord which was his greatest unrecorded suffering and Christ answered, "I had on my shoulder, while I bore my Cross on the Way of Sorrows, a grievous wound which was more painful than the others and which is not recorded by men . Honor this wound with thy devotion, and I will grant thee whatsoever thou dost ask through its virtue and merit. And in regard to all those who shall venerate this Wound, I will remit to them their venial sins and will no longer remember their mortal sins.

Gospel Reading for July 15,2021 (the day I discovered this)
Matt 11; 28-30 v 29 "Take my yoke upon you"
Simon of Cyrene, the fifth station of the Cross, was the first to answer this call and relieve that "grievous Wound unrecorded by men"

I propose to anyone who feels so inclined to add to the 4th Sorrowful Mystery these words, "Jesus carries His Cross, on that grievous wound unrecorded by men".


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Ok, I've found more on this, it turns out that in 1947 48 Fr Karol Wojtyla met with Padre Pio and asked him the same question Bernard of Clarveaux asked Christ, and Padre Pio answered saying, his most painful wound was his right shoulder and that it had never been treated.


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Did you know Betelgeuse the star in the "right shoulder" of Orion began to dim in October of 2019, it went from number 10 in luminosity in the nite sky to number 20 or 21.

Do you remember what happened in the Church in Oct 2019?

Ill give you a hint its in the name of the star in the left shoulder of Orion


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Its the Amazon Star


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Bellatrix.


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Vern Humphrey wrote:
Bellatrix.

That is correct, Bellatrix means warrior woman, and from antiquity it has been called the Amazon Star after the tribe of female warriors.


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The Amazon Synod. Our Chief High Priest placed the Pachamama Idols in the church at Transpontina and the right shoulder of Orion began to dim!


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Does anyone know the significance of the dimming of the right shoulder of the High Priest?


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OK here it is.




Ex 39;7 "These stones were set on the shoulder straps." (sardonyx stones)

And in Josephus, Antiquities book 3, ch 8 para 9

"the one of them shined out (sardonyx stone) when God was present at their sacrifices, which was in the nature of a button on His right shoulder."

"but if some of that sort should attempt to abuse divine authority..."

Well we could safely assume that stone would not shine, dimming of Betelgeuse. Do you get that? The abuse of the divine authority by the High Priest!


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Stargazer wrote:
OK here it is.




Ex 39;7 "These stones were set on the shoulder straps." (sardonyx stones)

And in Josephus, Antiquities book 3, ch 8 para 9

"the one of them shined out (sardonyx stone) when God was present at their sacrifices, which was in the nature of a button on His right shoulder."

"but if some of that sort should attempt to abuse divine authority..."

Well we could safely assume that stone would not shine, dimming of Betelgeuse. Do you get that? The abuse of the divine authority by the High Priest!


How's Betelgeuse's luminosity been doing, since around June 2020? And how is it doing today?

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It has returned to normal, there are numerous youtubes on this.


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Stargazer wrote:
It has returned to normal, there are numerous youtubes on this.



And other stuff, likewise.

Any implications or conclusions you might draw from that dimming/recovery?

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GKC wrote:
Stargazer wrote:
It has returned to normal, there are numerous youtubes on this.



And other stuff, likewise.

Any implications or conclusions you might draw from that dimming/recovery?

No but was there something special to you about June of 2020


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June 21, 2020 Solar Eclipse, Tried to post pic, no luck. I'll describe, prepare to have your mind blown!

June 21st is the Summer Solstice, the most illuminated or longest day of the year. On this day every year the sun arrives in the palm of the hand of Orion. Its an amazing image. the High Priest Aaron (Orion) is reaching for the path of the sun catches it and holds it elevation. The priest is holding The Blessed Sacrament in elevation! Then it is eclipsed by the moon, its an annular eclipse. An annular eclipse occurs when the disc of the moon is smaller than the disc of the sun and the "Corona" of the sun is seen. The Blessed Sacrament was eclipsed by the "Corona" the church was eclipsed by the Corona Virus, churches were shut down we could not receive Communion.

Start over now read this whole thread.


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Stargazer wrote:
June 21, 2020 Solar Eclipse, Tried to post pic, no luck. I'll describe, prepare to have your mind blown!

June 21st is the Summer Solstice, the most illuminated or longest day of the year. On this day every year the sun arrives in the palm of the hand of Orion. Its an amazing image. the High Priest Aaron (Orion) is reaching for the path of the sun catches it and holds it elevation. The priest is holding The Blessed Sacrament in elevation! Then it is eclipsed by the moon, its an annular eclipse. An annular eclipse occurs when the disc of the moon is smaller than the disc of the sun and the "Corona" of the sun is seen. The Blessed Sacrament was eclipsed by the "Corona" the church was eclipsed by the Corona Virus, churches were shut down we could not receive Communion.

Start over now read this whole thread.



I did, already. My reading comprehension, honed over a 60+ year mania for the printed word, is ...pretty good.

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ok. I know. sorry I wasnt trying to insult your reading skills. its what I would have had to do I'm not the sharpest. Maybe you could edit my book for me.


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ok. I know. sorry I wasnt trying to insult your reading skills. its what I would have had to do I'm not the sharpest. Maybe you could edit my book for me.


If so, someone else will have to number the pages. As I've often told Fr. Obi-Wan, numbers are hard. If not diabolical.

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GKC wrote:
Stargazer wrote:
ok. I know. sorry I wasnt trying to insult your reading skills. its what I would have had to do I'm not the sharpest. Maybe you could edit my book for me.


If so, someone else will have to number the pages. As I've often told Fr. Obi-Wan, numbers are hard. If not diabolical.

heheheh Ill number the pages with my shoes off I should have no problem


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 Post subject: Re: St Bernard of Clarvaux
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So what is the meaning of all this?
Sister Sasagawa, of Akita Japan who has received two messages from heaven, warnings, the first in 1972, (approved) and the second was during the Amazon Conference, 2019. (I'm not sure she was aware of the connection) where an Angel urged her to encourage everyone to say a penitential rosary daily.

In my opinion, a penitential rosary would focus on the "Sorrowful Way" as related by Christ to St Bernard of Clarveaux, with a special devotional veneration to that 4th Sorrowful Mystery adding,

"Jesus Carries His cross on that grevious Wound unrecorded by men".

The same suffered by Padre Pio as he related to John Paul II in 1947.


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While it could focus on the sorrowful mysteries, any set of mysteries can qualify for being prayed in penance, at least in my opinion.

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