posted on Jun, 11 2009 @ 11:16 AM
I ran across this report and found it interesting, read for yourself and give an opinion.
"At the heart of the matter, lies a conspiracy by the Jesuits to suppress the fact that
the entities encountered by the children at Fatima were not deities descending from Heaven,
but rather were alien beings visiting our planet from `elsewhere' in the vast cosmos."
- Celestial Secrets © 2006 by Joaquim Fernandes and Fina D'Armada
June 30, 2006 Portugal - Eighty-nine years ago on May 13, 1917, three children watching
sheep in Fatima, Portugal, saw lightning. Then a "small, pretty lady" appeared, suspended
in the air at the top of an oak tree.
The lady told them she would return to the same oak grove every month for six months.
Her last visit would be October 13, 1917. Then she would tell the children who she was
and what she wanted.
The lady did appear on the 13th of each month after that. As word spread that a miracle
was happening in Fatima, Portugal, an estimated crowd of 50,000 people were gathered on
October 13, 1917, for the sixth and final appearance. By then, the Catholic Jesuits in
the parish said it was the Virgin Mary, even though the apparition suspended at the top
of the oak tree never called herself that.
The oldest of the three children was Lucia. She reported to the parish priest after the
last October apparition that she heard the lady say: "Build a chapel here to Our Lady
of the Rosary."
The Jesuit priests in the Fatima region then announced to the world that Christ's mother
had appeared in Fatima to convert humans to "the Immaculate Heart of Mary."
But what exactly did the three children - Lucia, Jacinta and Francisco - say they saw
at the top of an oak tree?
Jacinta Marto (age 7), Francisco Marto (age 9) and Lucia dos Santos (age 10), the three
children of Fatima in 1917, the year they were witness to the small female apparition
atop the oak tree.
Below is a summary of Fatima apparition descriptions from Page 18 of a 2005 book by
Portugal historians entitled: Heavenly Lights, The Apparitions of Fatima and the UFO
Phenomenon. The authors are Dr. Joaquim Fernandes and Fina D'Armada.
She was an apparently feminine and very beautiful figure. She was wrapped in a light
She measured approximately 3 1/2 feet tall.
She appeared to be between 12 and 15 years old.
She wore a skirt, a coat, and maybe a cape, which were white.
Her skirt and robe had a checkered pattern of gold thread.
She had two or three cords at her waist.
She wore something on her head that covered her ears and hair.
She had black eyes.
She had a strand of beads resembling a rosary, some type of hoop earrings at her neck,
and a luminous ball at her waist.
She came from above and disappeared, little by little, back up into the sky.
She made no facial movements and did not move her legs.
She spoke without moving her lips.
She moved only her hands, once in a while.
She turned her back to the children when she rose up in the sky.
The Being of Fatima, Portugal, in the 1917 oak tree apparitions, as interpreted by the
authors, according to the first description provided by Lucia to the Parochial Inquiry.
Source: Heavenly Lights: The Apparitions of Fatima and the UFO Phenomenon
© 2005 by Joaquim Fernandes, Ph.D. and Fina D'Armada.
Furthermore, in the "Official Interrogations of 1923" by the formal Catholic Fatima
Parochial Inquiry, Lucia did not say the apparition was the Virgin Mary. Lucia told
Church investigators that when she asked the small, glowing, young lady suspended at
the top of the oak where she was from, the lady "pointed to the sky, saying she was
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