Friday, January 31, 2020

The Coronavirus Conspiracy is NO Conspiracy

The alternate and social media platforms have been instrumental in exposing truths about the coronavirus pandemic. I would venture to say that these platforms have exposed irresponsible health organizations, public health services and corrupt governments - by forcing them to act sooner. 

Summary of the political and corporate corruption behind the coronavirus" 

a) Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation funded the Pirbright Institute's patent of the coronavirus
b) Gate's Foundation's partnered with John Hopkins and the World Economic Forum to simulate a coronavirus pandemic
c) Netflix then releases a movie series entitled "Pandemic"
d) Inovio Pharmaceuticals (controlled by Bill Gates) is then charged with the creation a vaccine for the coronavirus
e) Wuhan selected to test the activation of 5G technology in China. Activation occurred October 31, 2019, just months before the outbreak. Scientists warned 5G would cause flu-like symptoms
f) Anyone attempting to share 5G activation concerns in Wuhan WAS NOT permitted to do so on Facebook.

Does this sound like a globalist coup? View the video below:

Thank you,
Joseph Pede

Thursday, January 30, 2020

Fatima & Death of St. Jacinta Feb 20, 1920 - 100 years ago

Sister Lucia’s long journey in spreading the First Saturday devotion
Sister Lucia pictured with Bishop José Alves Correia de Silva, who officially approved the First Saturday devotion
by Barb Ernster –
On Feb. 15, 1926, the Child Jesus appeared to Sister Lucia in the courtyard of her convent in Pontevedra. After a brief conversation, he asked her, “And have you been spreading around the world what the heavenly Mother asked of you?” 
This was the impetus for her to begin the long and difficult road to getting the Church to approve the First Saturday Communions of Reparation to the Immaculate Heart, which Our Lady had requested on Dec. 10, 1925.
Lucia explained to Jesus that her Superior, Provincial Mother Monfalin, was unsure how to move forward. It seemed impossible. But Jesus simply assured her that He would take care of it, and He did.
By 1927, the devotion began to spread thanks to Mother Monfalin’s belief in its authenticity. She took every opportunity to do what she could, including having a small prayer card printed with the elements of the devotion.  Lucia also made every attempt, especially through her own mother and friends, and her spiritual director, Father Aparicio. Lucia soon learned from him that the devotion was being embraced in the Communities in Lisbon. Likewise, her mother spread the devotion among relatives, friends and neighbors in Fatima, and her Confirmation sponsor, Mrs. Maria Filomen Morais de Miranda, began to make it known.  Lucia’s enthusiasm for the devotion was evident in her letters. She wrote that she was never as happy as when the First Saturday arrives.
These simple efforts sparked the flames for the devotion to grow. Yet it would be a much harder challenge to get the Church to officially approve it.  Resigned to her limitations in this regard, Sister Lucia surrendered constantly to the will of God, lamenting often: “I can do nothing more than pray and suffer.”  
She often revealed what she felt the Lord was communicating to her, such as in this letter to the Bishop José Alves Correia de Silva, bishop of Leira, on October 1928.
If I am not mistaken, the good Lord in His infinite mercy is complaining that He can no longer accept the offenses that are committed against the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Mary. He says this is the sin for which a great number of souls are falling into hell, and promises to save them in the measure that the following devotion is practiced in order to make reparation to the Immaculate Heart of Our Blessed Mother.
In 1928, the apparitions of Fatima were still being studied and not yet fully approved. Bishop José was not ready for the devotion of the First Saturdays. Lucia then sought help from Father Aparicio, who had sent information to the bishop. In several letters, she expressed her great desire for this devotion:
The greatest joy I feel is seeing the Immaculate Heart of our most tender Mother known, loved and consoled, by means of this devotion. (Dec. 1928)  ….Your Reverence has no idea of the extent of my happiness in thinking of the consolation that this devotion is going to give to the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary as well as the thought of the huge amount of souls that are going to be saved through this lovable devotion. (March 1929)
On June 13, 1929, Sister Lucia received the vision of the Holy Trinity in the chapel of the convent in Tuy, Spain, in which Our Lady said the time had come to request the consecration of Russia to her Immaculate Heart. It set off an even greater urgency in her to spread the devotion of the First Saturdays, as she saw the two requests intertwined. Despite the delays, she told Father Aparicio that God had made her aware that “His grace was setting hearts afire with the love and desire to make reparation to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.”
In 1934, she finally heard back from Bishop de Silva, wherein he promised to begin promoting the “Devotion of Reparation to the Immaculate Heart” in the coming year.  She continued to work through her spiritual director and other priests, not only to advance the mission of the First Saturdays, but also the consecration of Russia. Father Aparicio was as diligent in writing to Bishop de Silva for official approval.
It was not until 1939 that things started to move forward, and by then, the rumblings of war were being heard. Sometime that year, Lucia had received another communication from the Lord, which she detailed as follows:  
Ask, insist again on the publication of Reparatory Communion in honor of the Immaculate Heart of Mary on the First Saturdays. The moment is coming when the rigors of my justice are going to punish the crimes of various nations. Some will be annihilated. In the end, the rigors of my justice will fall most severely on those who wish to destroy my Kingdom in souls.
She wrote several times to Father Aparicio about the urgency of the matter:
Whether there is going to be peace or war in the world depends on the practice of this devotion along with the Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. This is why I am so anxious for its propagation; and above all, because it is the Will of Our Dear Lord and Our Dearly Beloved Heavenly Mother. (March 1939)
Our Lady promised to postpone the scourge of war, if this devotion is spread and practiced. We see her putting off this chastisement in the measure that efforts are being made to spread it. But I am afraid that we are not doing all that we are able to, and that God, in no way satisfied, may raise the arm of His mercy and let the world be ravaged by this punishment, which will be as never has been, horrible, horrible! (June 1939)
Bishop de Silva finally gave official approval to the devotion in September 1939, after the war had broken out. Lucia continued her efforts to get the devotion spread worldwide throughout the Church. She poured out her heart to the Bishop of Gurza in a letter May 27, 1943, expressing the real need for this devotion:
I long for the coming of the Office in honor of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, throughout the whole world. When I put this request in the letter to the Holy Father, I put it as a simple desire of my poor heart, and that’s the truth. But, in fact, it isn’t only mine. Someone up there entrusted it to me. It belongs to the Most Holy Hearts of Jesus and Mary.
They love and desire these devotions, because by them, they attract souls to themselves. All their desires are summed up in this:  To save souls, many souls, each and every soul (emphasis Lucia’s).
A few days ago, He said to me, “I really want the spread of the cult and devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary; for it is the magnet that will attract souls to me; the spotlight that will throw the rays of my light an love on the earth, the eternal spring that will flood the earth with the living water of my Mercy.
In 2020, during our prayer campaign for the Church, we are asking everyone to commit to completing five consecutive First Saturdays in reparation for the blasphemies against the Immaculate Heart of Mary, and to adopt the practice monthly as a sign of your love for Our Mother and the salvation of many souls. Sister Lucia, pray for us!

The holy death of St. Jacinta and the 1918 flu

A statue of Jacinta in front of St. Anthony’s Church in Aljustrel
by Donal Anthony Foley –
St. Jacinta Marto endured a prolonged and painful illness that led to her death on the night of Feb. 20, 1920, in the Estefania Hospital in Lisbon. Only a night nurse, Aurora Gomes, was present in the ward that evening, but when questioned, she could not recall any details of the young seer’s death, nor anything about the child herself. As Our Lady foretold, Jacinta died alone, far from her relatives and friends, due to complications arising from the Spanish Flu pandemic, which swept around the world between Jan. 1918 and Dec. 1920.
The Spanish Flu was a particularly virulent influenza pandemic that infected an estimated 500 million people worldwide, leading to between 50 and 100 million deaths. At the time, the world population was less than two billion, so this pandemic affected a significant percentage of mankind, and is regarded as one of the most deadly epidemics ever to have affected humanity, possibly comparable with the Black Death that ravaged Europe in the 14th century. The fact that it happened just as World War I was entering its final stages only made it more deadly, as crowded conditions and large scale troop movements facilitated the spread of the virus.
An unusual characteristic of this pandemic was that, unlike most flu outbreaks that target young children and the elderly, the Spanish Flu particularly affected healthy young adults, causing many deaths. Scientists discovered the reason for this recently; older people who had suffered through the Russian Flu pandemic of 1889-1890 had developed some immunities to the Spanish Flu.
This was the case in Fatima as well. Except for Ti Marto, the father of Francisco and Jacinta, the whole Marto family was struck down by the flu in the autumn of 1918. Around this time, Our Lady appeared to Francisco and Jacinta and said that she would take Francisco to heaven shortly, but asked Jacinta if she would stay longer to suffer for sinners. Francisco died on April 4, 1919 at the age of 11; Jacinta was just shy of age 10 when she passed. The flu also claimed the lives of their older siblings, Florinda and Teresa. One wonders how the Marto parents handled such grief. 
The symptoms of the Spanish Flu included fever and chills, muscle aches, runny nose and a cough. In some people, more serious conditions developed, including bronchopneumonia, a bacterial infection that can cause rapid heartbeat, difficulty breathing, pleurisy, congestion and other complications. This was the case with Jacinta, whose sufferings grew as her illness progressed.
Jacinta related to Lucia, who was not seriously affected by the flu, that the Blessed virgin had told her she would go to two hospitals, but would not be cured. Rather, she would suffer more for the conversion of sinners and in reparation for sins.
After Francisco’s death, Jacinta became very sad at his absence. Added to this, her bodily pains, including severe headaches, grew worse. With the onset of bronchopneumonia, a purulent abscess formed in her lungs causing her acute pain, but she bore this increased torment with great fortitude.
Her little body was reduced to skin and bone as she wasted away, and this was her condition when she was admitted to Estefania Hospital in January 1920.
First, she stayed in an orphanage run by a sister, Mother Godinho, who was greatly impressed by Jacinta’s wisdom far beyond her years. Jacinta spoke of the sins of the flesh, which cause the most souls to go to hell, and of the moral dangers of coming fashions. She also said, “If men knew what eternity is they would do everything to change their lives.”  Despite her suffering, it was a great delight for her to be staying in a house that had a chapel with the Blessed Sacrament and to be able to receive Holy Communion daily.
It was only a short respite, however, as in February she was moved to the Lisbon hospital under the care of Dr. Castro Freire, one of the most famous children’s specialists in the capital. He diagnosed her condition as purulent pleurisy and osteitis (inflammation) of the seventh and eight left ribs. She also had tuberculosis by this time.
On February 10, she endured an operation to remove her two diseased ribs, an operation that, because of her weakened condition, could only be carried out with a local anesthetic. The operation was a success, but left a large wound in her side that required daily dressing, an agonizing procedure for the young girl.
Jacinta is buried next to Lucia in the Basilica at the Shrine of Fatima
On the night of her death, she said she was feeling worse and the parish priest arrived about 8 p.m. to hear her confession. Despite her protests that she would soon die, he did not give her Holy Communion as Viaticum, thinking she would be fine until morning. She died just two-and-a-half hours later. When Mother Godinho came to help clean her body in the hospital mortuary, she reported positively that there were stains of dried blood on Jacinta’s face.
In dying as she did, Jacinta gives us a wonderful example of conformity with God’s will, in accepting just the sort of death that He willed for her. One can rejoice with St. John Paul II, who stated at Francisco and Jacinta’s rite of beatification at Fatima in 2000, “the Church wishes to put on the candelabrum these two candles which God lit to illumine humanity in its dark and anxious hours.”


Space-time swirls around a dead star

Space-time is swirling around a dead star, proving Einstein right again

Artist’s illustration of Lense-Thirring frame-dragging resulting from a rotating white dwarf in the PSR J1141-6545 binary star system.
Artist’s illustration of Lense-Thirring frame-dragging resulting from a rotating white dwarf in the PSR J1141-6545 binary star system.
(Image: © Mark Myers, ARC Centre of Excellence for Gravitational Wave Discovery (OzGrav))
The way the fabric of space and time swirls in a cosmic whirlpool around a dead star has confirmed yet another prediction from Einstein's theory of general relativity, a new study finds.
That prediction is a phenomenon known as frame dragging, or the Lense-Thirring effect. It states that space-time will churn around a massive, rotating body. For example, imagine Earth were submerged in honey. As the planet rotated, the honey around it would swirl — and the same holds true with space-time.
Satellite experiments have detected frame dragging in the gravitational field of rotating Earth, but the effect is extraordinarily small and, therefore, has been challenging to measure. Objects with greater masses and more powerful gravitational fields, such as white dwarfs and neutron stars, offer better chances to see this phenomenon.

Scientists focused on PSR J1141-6545, a young pulsar about 1.27 times the mass of the sun. The pulsar is located 10,000 to 25,000 light-years from Earth in the constellation Musca (the fly), which is near the famous Southern Cross constellation.

A pulsar is a fast-spinning neutron star that emits radio waves along its magnetic poles. (Neutron stars are corpses of stars that died in catastrophic explosions known as supernovas; the gravity of these remnants is powerful enough to crush protons together with electrons to form neutrons.)

PSR J1141-6545 circles a white dwarf with a mass about the same as the sun's. White dwarfs are the superdense Earth-size cores of dead stars that are left behind after average-size stars have exhausted their fuel and shed their outer layers. Our sun will end up as a white dwarf one day, as will more than 90% of all stars in our galaxy.
The pulsar orbits the white dwarf in a tight, fast orbit less than 5 hours long, hurtling through space at about 620,000 mph (1 million km/h), with a maximum separation between the stars barely larger than the size of our sun, study lead author Vivek Venkatraman Krishnan, an astrophysicist at the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy in Bonn, Germany, told
The researchers measured when pulses from the pulsar arrived at Earth to an accuracy within 100 microseconds over a period of nearly 20 years, using the Parkes and UTMOST radio telescopes in Australia. This allowed them to detect a long-term drift in the way the pulsar and white dwarf orbit each other.
After eliminating other possible causes of this drift, the scientists concluded that it was the result of frame dragging: The way the rapidly spinning white dwarf pulls on space-time has caused the pulsar's orbit to change its orientation slowly over time. Based on the level of frame dragging, the researchers calculated that the white dwarf whirls on its axis about 30 times an hour.
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Previous research suggested that the white dwarf formed before the pulsar in this binary system. One prediction of such theoretical models is that, before the pulsar-forming supernova occurred, the progenitor of the pulsar shed nearly 20,000 Earth masses' worth of matter onto the white dwarf over the course of about 16,000 years, boosting its rate of spin. 
"Systems like PSR J1141-6545, where the pulsar is younger than the white dwarf, are quite rare," Venkatraman Krishnan said. The new study "confirms a long-standing hypothesis of how this binary system came to be, something that was proposed over two decades ago."
The researchers noted that they used frame dragging to yield insight into the rotating star that caused it. In the future, they said, they can use a similar method to analyze binary neutron stars to learn more about their internal composition, "which, even after more than 50 years of observing them, we do not yet have a handle on," Venkatraman Krishnan said. "The density of matter inside a neutron star far exceeds what can be achieved in a lab, so there is a wealth of new physics to be learnt by using this technique to double neutron-star systems."

The story of Rajuma

This is the story of Rajuma, the Rohingya Muslim woman who was interviewed recently by the Al Jazeera English News network. Rajuma Begum, 20, survived the August 30 massacre in Tula Toli, believed to have been one of the most brutal incidents of Myanmar army violence. Villagers were taken to a beach by the river where the men were separated from the women and children and then gunned down, hacked to death and bayoneted. Rajuma was holding her son, Mohammed Saddique, in her arms, when four or five soldiers began taking women away in groups of five to seven. "They took me along with another four women inside a house," Rajuma recounted, speaking at a school in Kutupalong refugee camp. "They ripped my son from my arms and threw him [on the ground], one of the Burmese soldiers then threw her baby son to the fire, I could hear him screaming as he was burning" she said, before burying her head in her hands and starting to wail. "I am thirsty to hear someone calling me 'ma'," Rajuma said between sobs. "I had a younger brother who is 10 years old. I'm sorry to him because they took him and I couldn't save him." Rajuma was held in a room with three other mothers, one teenage girl and one woman who was about 50 years old. The soldiers raped them all except the older woman. Rajuma was raped by two men for what she said felt like two or three hours. Afterwards, they beat the women with wooden sticks, then flashed torches on them three times to make sure they were dead. The soldiers locked them inside the house and set fire to it. It was the heat from the blaze that made Rajuma regain consciousness. She was able to break through the bamboo walls and escape. She hid on a hill for a day and when she came out on the other side encountered three other women from her village and an orphan. Naked, she dressed herself in clothes abandoned by fleeing Rohingya. When she crossed the border, a Bangladeshi helped her get to Kutapalong where she was treated at a clinic. In Bangladesh, Rajuma, who was gang raped by Myanmar soldiers and witnessed the murder of her infant son, was reunited with her husband in Kutupalong refugee camp.


Monday, January 27, 2020

In These Times of Good and Evil

In These Times of Good and Evil

Perhaps many of you, as I, sit and think. We think thoughts we never express for fear they may be too abstract, too radical or too extreme to compromise our comfortable position in life. We deal with the mediocrity of illicit sexual conduct, political corruption and celebrity events as if they were truly consequential. The mainstream media heightens the propaganda to seduce our curiosity and diminish our ability to reason.

We concern ourselves with crime but not the demise of the family, or morals. Our one true national resource, our children, have become victims of our challenging times. We expose them them to the absurd, the occult and the magical influence of evil. Fashion has neutralized gender, music embraces Satanism, video games promote war, death and violence, television and film in many cases create unrealistic expectations, and technology slowly entraps their minds. If you don’t understand why mental illness is exploding among the young then you are DUMB. We do not need medical experts to explain mental illness, it’s common sense.

You might think my thoughts extreme, but I don’t. The political conflict between Iran and the USA, the murder of a key Iranian general, and the tragic death of many airline passengers, was a key event in these perilous times.

I for one believe God intervened and called the souls of those who died in that plane crash home. Those souls belong to God and God’s intervention was more consequential than the mistakes of the Iranian military. Those kind souls perished to save the greater humanity, for I believe their death stopped what may have been a more tragic event - perhaps a regional or global war. The sadness of their demise allowed the world to stop and think how precious life really is. How much we loved those who left us, and how much they mattered. Each contributed to the greater good of humanity. God even took children to tear our hearts apart. Sometimes heavenly lessons are hard to bear. We promote abortion, an unholy globalism, hate, war and then ask God why the world is so messed up. We hold hands with the Devil and then ask God for a helping hand when tragedy arrives. Conservative ideals have abandoned God, for they now believe votes are more important than an ideological mandate which embraces spirituality, and a God.

Political sterility means God will continue to be attacked. The Globalists want war and death. They have an insatiable urge to drain this planet of the “useless eaters” - to have superfluous flesh rot and blood drain into pores of the earth. 

The newest attack is a coronavirus or should I say a militarized bioweapon. These events are planned to install fear, create separation and empower the few. Agenda 2030 means that these times and this decade will be challenging for all of humankind. 

It is only in tragedy that we call upon God, and pray that the unsuspecting victims of death rest in peace. Why can the living not find peace among the living? Why can we not embrace God, instead of embracing the Devil? The good among us are dying to resurrect the good in humanity. 

Each tear we shed is a well of hope for the living.

Thank you,
Joseph Pede

They even predicted Kobe Bryant's death in a helicopter crash.

#kobebryant #media #predictions As unfortunate as it was to hear of the events concerning Kobe Bryant this was apparently predicted in 2017.