Das Dritte Geheimnis von Fatima sollte spätestens 1959 veröffentlicht werden um den Fall der Kirche in die Hände Beelzebubs zu verhindern. Ratzinger war damals zuständig und publizierte nur Bruchteile des Dritten Geheimnisses. So nahm die Machtergreifung der Adepten des Teufels beim Zweiten Vatikanischen Konzil ihren Lauf.
Der Chef-Exorzist erkannte daß der Rauch Satans im Vatikan aus allen Ritzen stinkt. Er gab ein Interview in dem er auspackte. Er verlangte daß dieses Interview erst veröffentlicht werde wenn er selbst tot sei.
Das Dritte Geheimnis von Fatima enthält unter anderem die vor genau 100 Jahren von der Heiligen Jungfrau Maria in Portugal abgegebene Vorhersage daß die Katholische Kirche von den Kräften der Finsternis und des Bösen unterwandert werde und der Vatikan dann die Kirche der Hölle sei. (Siehe unten die Transkription des handschriftlichen Briefes von 1944 seitens einer der drei Schwestern, die 1917 in Fatima die Wunder erlebten.)
Chef-Exorzist Vater Amorth: Padre Pio kannte das Dritte Geheimnis
Bruder Gabriele furcht seine Stirn und streckt sein Kinn hervor. er wirkt sehr betroffen.
Fr. Gabriele furrows his brow and sticks out his chin. He seems very affected.
„Wahrhaftig,“ sagt er, „eines Tages sagte Pater Pio zu mir sehr sorgenvoll: „Weisst Du was, Gabriele? Es ist Satan der in den Busen der Kirche eingelassen wurde und innerhalb einer sehr kurzen Zeit wird er eine falsche Kirche regieren.“
“Indeed,” he states, “One day Padre Pio said to me very sorrowfully: ‘You know, Gabriele? It is Satan who has been introduced into the bosom of the Church and within a very short time will come to rule a false Church.’”
„Oh mein Gott! eine Art von Antichrist! Wann prophezeite er das Euch?“ frage ich [Zavala].
“Oh my God! Some kind of Antichrist! When did he prophesy this to you?” I [Zavala] ask.
„Es muß um 1960 gewesen sein weil ich damals schon Priester war.“
“It must have been about 1960, since I was already a priest then.”
„Warum hatte Johannes XXIII solche angst davor das Dritte Geheimnis von Fatima zu veröffentlichen, so daß die Menschen nicht dächten daß er der Antipapst oder was auch immer sei …?
“Was that why John XXIII had such a panic about publishing the Third Secret of Fatima, so that the people wouldn’t think that he was the anti-pope or whatever it was …?”
A slight but knowing smile curls the lips of Father Amorth.
“Did Padre Pio say anything else to you about future catastrophes: earthquakes, floods, wars, epidemics, hunger …? Did he allude to the same plagues prophesied in the Holy Scriptures?” [asks Mr. Zavala]
“Nothing of the sort mattered to him, however terrifying they proved to be, except for the great apostasy within the Church. This was the issue that really tormented him and for which he prayed and offered a great part of his suffering, crucified out of love.” [says Fr. Amorth]
“The Third Secret of Fatima?”
“Is there any way to avoid something so terrible, Fr. Gabriele?”
“There is hope, but it’s useless if it’s not accompanied by works. Let us begin by consecrating Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, let us recite the Holy Rosary, let us all do prayer and penance …” [emphasis added]
Thus ends Steve Skojec’s own presentation of certain passages of the new Zavala book on Fatima.
Father Amorth is a witness here to what Padre Pio – whom he first met when he himself was a seventeen-year-old young man – told him directly and personally. Father Amorth states in that same interview that Padre Pio even let him sometimes read his own spiritual diary.
As we reported earlier, Father Amorth had also already stated during his lifetime that he did not believe that the Consecration of Russia has taken place (a statement which was just confirmed by Cardinal Paul Josef Cordes). In December of 2015, Father Amorth had said:
a photo of a handwritten Portugese document in an email in August of 2016. According to Zavala, the message came from an anonymous sender with a blank subject line, and thus wound up in his spam folder where it was very nearly deleted. But he claims that in a providential decision, he decided to open it and take a look, and he “immediately noticed that it was a text about the apparitions of Fatima.” The text reads, in English:
Tuy September 1, 1944 or April 1, 1944
Now I am going to reveal the third fragment of the secret: This part is the apostasy in the Church!
Our Lady showed us the individual who I describe as the ‘holy Father’ in front of a multitude that was cheering him.
But there was a difference from a true holy Father, his devilish gaze, this one had the gaze of evil.
Then, after some moments we saw the same Pope entering a Church, but this Church was the Church of hell; there is no way to describe the ugliness of that place. It looked like a gray cement fortress with broken angles and windows similar to eyes; it had a beak in the roof of the building.
Next, we raised our eyes to Our Lady who said to us: You saw the apostasy in the Church; this letter can be opened by the holy Father, but it must be announced after Pius XII and before 1960.
In the kingdom of John Paul II the cornerstone of Peter’s grave must be removed and transferred to Fatima.
Because the dogma of the faith is not conserved in Rome, its authority will be removed and delivered to Fatima.
The cathedral of Rome must be destroyed and a new one built in Fatima.
If 69 weeks after this order is announced, Rome continues its abomination, the city will be destroyed.
Our Lady told us that this is written,[in] Daniel 9:24-25 and Matthew 21:42-4
2.) The “gaze of evil” of the pope in the vision is very similar to what many Catholics (myself included) have described perceiving when first seeing Pope Francis after his election. This is, however, not a falsifiable claim, which also leaves it out as an objective criteria for evaluating authenticity.
3.) The allegation of “apostasy in the Church” dovetails with the report given by Dr. Alice von Hildebrand, as published by OnePeterFive on May 12, 2016, in which she revealed a conversation she and her husband had in June of 1965 with “a priest named Msgr. Mario Boehm…who had been one of the top editors of L’Osservatore Romano for many years.” As Mrs. von Hildrebrand recounted:
The topic of Fatima came up. My husband raised the question, “Why was the third secret of Fatima not revealed?” For the Holy Virgin had said it should be shared with the faithful in 1960.
Don Mario: It was not revealed because of its content. My husband: What was so fearful about it? Msgr. Boehm (as a well-trained Italian) did not say that he had read it, but intimated that the content was fearful: “infiltration of the Church to the very top”. It shattered us but confirmed my husband’s fear that the way Vatican II was interpreted was going to expose the Church to terrible dangers. Alas, this fear was well founded.