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Dumpster Baby Discovers Twisted Truth About Her Biological Mother After 30 Years!

One woman’s quest to find her birth mother led her to unforeseen circumstances, was there more to her story than met the eye?

1. Dumpster Baby

In 1981, Janet Barnicoat was found wrapped up in a towel and placed in a paper bag beside a dumpster. Her birth mother had left her newborn to fend for herself in a dusky alleyway at just a few hours old.

Next: Baby Janet was left BLEEDING in the street!

2. Stuck on you


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Baby Janet, who was completely unaware of her surroundings, was found with her umbilical cord still attached, when she was placed in the paper bag. Her mother was obviously in a rush when she left her newborn daughter in Lawndale, California.

Next: But luckily, she was found by this woman…



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Posted by on August 6, 2017 in inspirations, pro life

 

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FLASHBACKS:  SCENES FROM A DARKENED TROUBLED WORLD.  

Flashbacks and Scenes from a Darkened Troubled World

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Posted by on August 6, 2017 in evil, inspirations

 

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Incorruptible Saints

Incorruptible Saints

Saint Padre Pio (Italy)
Incorruptibility is a Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox belief that divine intervention allows some human bodies (specifically saints and beati) to avoid the normal process of decompositionafter death as a sign of their holiness. Bodies that undergo little or no decomposition, or delayed decomposition, are sometimes referred to as incorrupt or incorruptible.

Incorruptibility is thought to occur even in the presence of factors which normally hasten decomposition, as in the cases of saints Catherine of GenoaJulie Billiart and Francis Xavier.[1]

Roman Catholicism

In Roman Catholicism, if a body is judged as incorruptible after death, this is generally seen as a sign that the individual is a saintCanon law allows inspection of the body so that relics can be taken and sent to Rome. The relics must be sealed with wax and the body must be replaced after inspection. These ritual inspections are performed very rarely and can only be performed by a bishop respecting canon law. A pontifical commission can authorize inspection of the relics and demand a written report.[2] After solemn inspection of the relics, it can be decided that the body is presented in an open relicary and displayed for veneration. Catholic law allows saints to be buried under the altar, so Mass can be celebrated above the corpse.

Saint Soubirous ( Lourdes France)

The relics of Saint Bernadette were inspected multiple times, and reports by the church tribunal confirmed that the body was preserved. The opening of the reliquary was attended by multiple canons, the mayor and the bishop in 1919, and repeated in 1925.[3]

Saint Jacinta Marto (Fatima, Portugal)

Not every saint, however, is expected to have an incorruptible corpse. Although incorruptibility is recognized as supernatural, it is no longer counted as a miracle in the recognition of a saint.[4]

Embalmed bodies were not recognized as incorruptibles. For example, although the body of Pope John XXIII remained in a remarkably intact state after its exhumation, Church officials remarked that the body had been embalmed[5] and additionally there was a lack of oxygen in his sealed triple coffin.[citation needed].

Incorruptibility is seen as distinct from the good preservation of a body, or from mummification. Incorruptible bodies are often said to have the odour of sanctity, exuding a sweet or floral, pleasant aroma.

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Dearest  Jesus, Today people are grossly celebrating evil and regarding it as good. The whole world is upside down and only a few want to turn Up Right!

Dearest  Jesus, Today people are grossly celebrating evil and regarding it as good. The whole world is upside down and only a few want to turn Up Right!

“Living Right Side Up In An Upside Down World”

 
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“The Miracle Of Our Lady Of Fatima (1952) – Blessed Mother’s First Appearance” 



The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima is a Warner Color feature film made in 1952. It was promoted as a fact-based treatment of the events surrounding the apparitions of Our Lady of Fátima, in Portugal, in 1917.

It stars Susan Whitney as Lúcia dos SantosSherry Jackson as Jacinta Marto and Sammy Ogg as Francisco Marto, with Gilbert Roland as a fictional character named Hugo, a kindly but agnostic friend of the three children, who rediscovered his faith in God through the miracle of the Sun. The musical score by Max Steiner received an Academy Award nomination. The film was released on DVD on April 4, 2006.

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It is 1917. Portugal is feeling the after-effects of a storm of anti-religious sentiment and the violent overthrow of the monarchy and the government in the 5 October 1910 revolution. Churches in Lisbon and the rest of Portugal are boarded up. Many priests, nuns, monks and friars are shown being fingerprinted, photographed and registered as possible criminals before being jailed. The rural town of Fátima is small enough to have escaped much of this persecution; their church remains open, and most of the people are reasonably devout.

Watching their flocks and playing in a field outside town on May 15 (the actual date of the first apparition was May 13), Lúcia Santos (Susan Whitney) and her cousins, Jacinta Marto (Sherry Jackson) and Francisco Marto (Sammy Ogg) decide to pray their version of the Rosary by yelling out, “Hail Mary!” but not finishing the prayer. In the midst of this activity they hear a clap of thunder and see a flash of lightning from a distance. Thinking it is about to rain, the children gather their sheep and head for their homes. Another flash of lightning causes them to run straight into an unusual “cloud of light” surrounding a little tree on which a mysterious lady stands. Speaking slowly and gently, the Lady asks them to return on the 13th of each month and to offer their sufferings to God for the salvation of sinners. She entreats them to say the Rosary for world peace. Later, they encounter their agnostic friend Hugo (Gilbert Roland) who tells them it is best not to reveal the vision to anyone else, but of course on returning home, Jacinta immediately divulges her sightings.

Jacinta and Francisco’s parents quickly believe the story, but Lúcia’s mother reacts with disgust and subjects her daughter to emotional and physical mistreatment. She forbids Lúcia to return to the Cova da Iria, but Lúcia does so anyway on the next month’s appearance (June 13), and is told then that her cousins will die and go to heaven “soon”, while she will live a long life in holy service. The parish priest suggests the visions might be from Satan. The local authorities close the Fátima church until the priest can convince the parishioners that no visions have or will happen. The next month, on July 13, the Lady appears again, predicting “another and worse war” (World War II) will happen if the world doesn’t stop sinning. She also predicts evil will come from Russia if that nation is unconverted. Kidnapped by provincial administrator Artur Santos (who is not related to Lúcia Santos), the children are first offered bribes, then threatened with death if they don’t change their story. Trying to frighten them, he has first Jacinta, then Francisco dragged into another room. Jacinta’s terrified screams convince Lúcia that her cousins are dead, but she refuses to deny what she’s seen. Warning her that she’s about to experience “the full treatment”, Artur Santos reunites her with her cousins, who are very much alive, then throws them all in jail. There they find Hugo, who stands by them as they convince all the prisoners to join in the Rosary.

Unable to find any prosecutable evidence, Artur (Frank Silvera) frees the children, who find that the entire population of Fátima has been standing outside waiting for them.

On October 13, when the Lady promised “a sign that will make them believe”, about forty thousand people arrive, waiting through a torrential downpour. The Lady appears and says that the war (World War I) will be over soon and the soldiers will be returning to their homes. At precisely noon, as the Lady raises her hands, the clouds part and the sun shines brightly upon all the people—then the sun shifts through a rainbow of colours and appears to move closer, in what many have described as the miracle of the Sun. Many people panic, some pray or watch calmly, and a few sick and disabled people are healed. As the sun returns to normal, we see Hugo standing in the middle of the kneeling crowd, his hat still on. Removing it, he says “Only the fool sayeth there is no God.”

A short epilogue, circa 1951, shows the huge basilica where the tree once stood and a million people outside paying homage to Our Lady of Fátima. At the end of the movie inside the new basilica (where the Cova da Iria once was), Lúcia is now a nun praying before the tomb where her cousins are buried, with the converted Hugo at her side.

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Babies put in Dumpsters! Bayside Messages: God’s Authority on Creation and Life

Babies put in Dumpsters! Bayside Messages: God’s Authority on Creation and Life

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“Living human beings, O My child, My tears fall upon you all when I see all of the innocent little babies being slaughtered…cast into garbage pails like nothing but dirt and scum. They are living human beings! And all murderers shall get their just recompense.” Our Lady, March 18, 1983

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Our Lady…December 28, 1974 Veronica, Seer, “Our Lady is pointing over on Her right side. “Oh! And I’m looking into…It looks like a field – no, it’s a dump. It’s a dump – a garbage dump – and Our Lady is pointing down:”
Our Lady…”See, My child, mankind – the rubble, treated like garbage.”

Veronica, Seer, “Oh! I see plastic bags and oh, my God! I see bodies of babies, oh! They’re plastic bags! In one bag, I see, Oh, my God! Oh! I see three faces Oh, my God! – three heads, oh! They’re actually babies! How horrible! Oh, my God! I dont see a whole body in the bag. I see a horrible mixture of arms and legs oh, my God!

Our Lady… “Yes, My child, they are not only slaughtered, they are tortured!”
(Veronica is crying) Oh! Oh!

Our Lady… “Murder, My child, is not a pretty sight! Murder is not a pretty sight! Murder, My child! As you sow, so shall you reap! All who share even a slight measure of responsibility for the murder of the unborn, shall send themselves into the abyss! Eternal damnation and the fires shall claim them! Repent now of your murders!”

THE CREATION OF MAN…THE CREATION OF SATAN

August 5, 1978…”Man is creating now an abominable situation upon earth as he seeks to fly high to the realms of Heaven by seeking to create another being. I shall not, My Children, venture to call this being “human,” for it is the creation of man, coming forth without a soul. Satan, the master of deceit, has been the creator.


TEST TUBE BABIES BORN WITHOUT SOUL

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“Therefore My children, I must tell you this, there will be a major war between the wrong side, the left and the right, over this issue. We will not have test tube babies, for they are not born with a soul. They can only, then, be called a “thing”, a ‘creature’ unknown. Is this what you want, my children? Is this what you want of these children you bear for another? To give them as though you were machines, manufacturing them for another?” June 6, 1987

“My children, no man upon earth, with all of his knowledge, will be able to create and sustain life! What he is producing now is an empty shell, a soulless “it”, a thing of abomination!” “This will be not a human, but a soulless “thing” an ‘it’! All who participate in such abomination, seeking to play the role of God in creation, shall perish by the sword.” August 19, 1978

DEMONS OF HUMANISM AND MODERNISM


July 15, 1977…The Immaculate Mother” There are many children without the light now, and the measure of responsibility is with my shepherds. You must understand that the supreme and first commandment of all and to all mankind is honor to his God, and the Eternal Father is your God in the Trinity. If you reject Him, If you build a new house, a new church upon earth, it will not have the angels at your side; you will have demons of humanism and modernism to your own destruction.” “The Eternal Father waits with a heart of mercy, waiting for you to return. “Pastors, you are going downstream like flock of ducks, neither caring nor knowing nor searching for truth. You are playing ‘follow the Leader ‘to your own destruction”

Immaculate Mother Apparition to Seer Veronica  Bayside New York from 1970-1994/95?…until Veronica’s death 


 
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Posted by on July 23, 2017 in pro life, prophecy, testimony

 

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 “The Robe Trailer” 

 “The Robe Trailer” 

The Robe is a 1953 American Biblicalepic film that tells the story of a Romanmilitary tribune who commands the unit that is responsible for the Crucifixion of Jesus. The film was released by 20th Century Fox and is notable for being the first film released in the widescreenprocess CinemaScope.[4] Like other early CinemaScope films, The Robe was shot with Henri Chrétien‘s original Hypergonar anamorphic lenses.

PLOT
The action takes place in Ancient Rome, Judaea, Capri, and Galilee in a time period stretching from A.D. 32 to A.D. 38.[5]

Marcellus Gallio, son of an important Roman senator (Torin Thatcher) and himself a military tribune, begins the film in a prologue that introduces the viewer to the might and scope of the Roman empire. He is notoriously known as a ladies’ man but is captivated by the reappearance of a childhood sweetheart, Diana, ward of the Emperor Tiberius. Diana is unofficially pledged in marriage to Tiberius’s regent, Caligula.

In a slave market, Marcellus bids against Caligula for a defiant Greek slave Demetrius (Victor Mature) and wins. Angrily, Caligula issues orders for Marcellus to receive a military transfer to Jerusalem, in Palestine.

Marcellus has Demetrius released and orders him to go on his own to the Gallio home. Marcellus is surprised to find Demetrius waiting for him when he gets home. Unofficially, Marcellus had freed Demetrius, but Demetrius feels honor bound to compensate Marcellus by being his servant. Demetrius accompanies Marcellus to Palestine, but before the galley sails, Diana comes to see Marcellus, pledging her love for him and her intention to intercede on his behalf with Tiberius. Marcellus declares his love for Diana and asks her to make the emperor promise not to give her in marriage to Caligula.

Marcellus rides into Jerusalem with the centurion Paulus (Jeff Morrow) on the same day as Jesus’s triumphal entry on Palm Sunday. Demetrius locks gazes with Jesus and feels compelled to follow him.

Jesus is arrested and condemned by Pontius Pilate (Richard Boone), the procurator. Marcellus reports to Pilate, who informs him that the emperor has sent for him. Before Marcellus departs, he is ordered to take charge of the detail of Roman soldiers assigned to crucify Jesus. Marcellus wins the robe worn by Jesus in a dice game and is told it will be a reminder of Marcellus’s first crucifixion.

Returning from the crucifixion with Demetrius, Marcellus uses the robe in an attempt to shield himself from a rain squall but feels a sudden crushing guilt for crucifying Jesus and tears the robe off. Demetrius has had enough: he curses Marcellus and the Roman Empire and runs away, taking the robe with him. Marcellus now behaves like a madman haunted by nightmares of the crucifixion. He reports to Emperor Tiberius at Capri, who gives him an imperial commission to find and destroy the robe while gathering a list of names of Jesus’ followers. At Diana’s request, Tiberius leaves her free to marry Marcellus, even though Tiberius believes Marcellus is mad.

Marcellus travels to Palestine and seeks to ingratiate himself with Justus (Dean Jagger), a weaver in Cana, and the Christian community that he leads. He sees examples of Christian life in Justus’s miraculously healed grandson and in the paralytic Miriam.

Marcellus finds Demetrius alone in an inn and demands that he destroy the robe, believing it has cursed him into madness. Demetrius tells him the robe has no real power; it only reminds Marcellus of what he did, and it is guilt over killing an innocent man that has caused him to become so troubled.

Demetrius gives the robe to Marcellus, who refuses to touch it. He is terrified, but as the robe touches him, he is relieved from the burden and becomes a Christian.

Justus calls the villagers together and begins to introduce Peter, when he is killed by an arrow from a detachment of Roman soldiers. Marcellus intervenes, and Paulus informs him that his orders are no longer valid; Tiberius is dead, and Caligula is emperor. Marcellus informs Paulus that an imperial commission is valid until specifically countermanded by the new emperor. Paulus tells Marcellus to make him obey via a sword duel. After a prolonged struggle Marcellus prevails. Rather than killing Paulus, Marcellus hurls his sword into a tree. Paulus, humiliated by his defeat, orders the soldiers to leave.

Peter invites Marcellus to join him and Demetrius as missionaries. Marcellus hesitates, out of guilt, but when Peter tells him of his own denial of Jesus, Marcellus confesses his role in Jesus’ death. Peter points out to him that Jesus forgave him from the cross, and Marcellus pledges his life to Jesus and agrees to go with them. Their missionary journey takes them, eventually, to Rome, where they must proceed “undercover” as Caligula has proscribed them.

In Rome, Caligula summons Diana from her retreat at the Gallio home to tell her Marcellus has become a traitor to Rome by becoming a Christian. He takes her to the guard room where a captured Demetrius is being tortured. Diana runs out of the palace to Marcipor (David Leonard), the Gallio family slave, who is a secret Christian. Diana guesses that Marcipor is a Christian and has seen Marcellus, and she gets him to take her to Marcellus.

Marcellus and Diana are reunited, and Marcellus tells her the story of the robe and his own conversion. Diana helps Marcellus rescue Demetrius.

Peter comes to the Gallio home where Demetrius has been taken and heals him. Caligula issues orders to bring Marcellus to him alive to stand trial by the end of the day.

After witnessing Peter’s healing of Demetrius, the physician attending Demetrius goes to denounce them to the authorities. Marcellus’ father disowns him as an enemy of Rome. Marcellus flees with Demetrius but, when Marcellus gives himself up so that Demetrius can escape, he is captured and put on trial.

Caligula makes Diana sit next to him for Marcellus’s trial. Marcellus admits to being a Christian; however, he denies the charge that Christians are plotting against the state. Marcellus tries to show Caligula his opportunity to accept Christ as he tries to hand the robe to Caligula, but Caligula refuses to touch it, as he considers it to be “bewitched”.

Caligula condemns Marcellus to death by the wish of the members of the audience, based on what they’ve heard. Diana then accepts Christ and seeks to join Marcellus, the man she considers to be her husband, in His Kingdom(Heaven). She also denounces Caligula as an insane, tyrannical monster.

Caligula condemns Diana to die alongside Marcellus. As they depart the audience hall for their execution, Marcellus is acknowledged by his repentant father, and Diana gives the robe to Marcipor.

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Posted by on July 23, 2017 in bibical, film

 

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