Originally posted by Relentless
Finally, as to the origin of the apparitions be demonic, this is ludicrous. Though the Church will not affirm the apparitions or any supernatural
phenomenon, they have not condemned the messages as they did say in the Bayside apparitons. That means that as of this point the Church finds no
conflict between the messages and Church teachings.
Not ludicrous at all.
1 - Didn't the church declare three times that the apparitions were 'not of
supernatural origin'? That doesn't mean they agree or disagree with what
is being said. It just means they think it was human conjured. Made up.
2 - Look at what happened. Never in the history of AUTHENTIC marian
apparitions did Mary, or the seers, behave in such ill manner. The
girls 'night of screams' took people out of the church where they were
worshipping God, and into the dark night to watch a spectical of bizzare
behavior. Mary wouldn't lead people away from worship of God. She
leads them TO God. The 'ecstatic falls' ... the girls becoming so heavy they
couldn't be lifted - this 'heavy body' happens in diabolical possessions.
The girl who had the 'eucharistic miracle' admitted that she stole the
eucharist from the tabernacle and did it herself. One of the moms saw
the girls float down the stairs backwards and out the door. Jesus got
man-handled and passed around to the girls like a soccer ball.
The children claim that when they went to touch Mary, their hands
went through her. Mary has been assumed into heaven. She would
be solid. In apparitions she is solid and others have touched her -
St. Catherine (of the Miraculous Medal) knelt down and put her hands
on Mary's knees (Mary was seated in front of her) as she listened to
Mary speak. However, at Garabanda 'Mary' is an illusion, not really
Mary has never behaved thus with other children. This is completely out
of the ordinary for Marian Apparitions.
THE BIGGIE - 'Mary' telling the children not to bring blessed objects to
the apparitions. 'She' said she'd bless them herself. This is completely
in error. Evil hates blessed objects so immediately a warning should
have popped in everyone's head over this. And Mary is not a priest.
She can not bless anything. She NEVER would have said this.
Look at the link I previously posted. It has good information as to why
this is diabolical.
[edit on 4/12/2005 by FlyersFan]