The Third Secret of Fatima

Dream of Hildegard

26 Dream of Hildegard

   One night in early February, Cap had a dream. A child met her and took her by the hand. They were was transported back in time. She found herself somewhere at night. It was almost completely dark. She could feel a cold stone floor with her bare feet. There was no breeze. She was inside a man made structure. A little to the right and left were stone walls. She was in a hallway. The walls were made of rough stone. There was no heat and there was no noise. It was late at night. It felt like a castle. She inched slowly along the hallway. She turned one corner, then another. There was a faint glow as made her way along of the hall. It lead to a chapel. She paused at it’s doorway. Two candles on an altar bathed the room in a soft light. There were two nuns. One was standing. Words were softly spoken and the standing nun left the room. The other continued to kneel at a communion rail at the front of the church. After the longest time, Cap entered the rear doorway of the chapel and walked very slowly toward the front. Cap was surprised that her footsteps made no noise on the stone floor. When she was a few feet from the communion rail, she heard the words “Come nearer my daughter.”

   The nun arose and lead Cap to a sitting room nearby. “My name is Hildegard. This is my monastery. You have come a long way in distance and in time. You are in the Palatinate of the Rhine, in the Holy Roman Empire. Nearby is a village that people of your time will call Heidelberg Germany. The time is the twelfth century.

   Hildegard pointed at the wall several feet away.  A tapestry hung on the wall. At that, the wall began to melt. They were then looking at a large country with many cities. “ This is the great nation in the ocean that will be called America. It is inhabited by people of different tribes and descent. Before the comet comes, many nations will be scourged by want and famine. It will be devastated by earthquakes, It will be shaken like a child shakes a toy. In some places the work of men will be shaken to the ground so that not one stone sits upon another. 

   “Storms of uncommon strength will the pummel the countryside. Like wild horses, they will trample upon the villages. Dark grey clouds will come down to earth and tread heavily upon the roofs and walls of your cottages. 

   “A few places where the good live will be spared. But elsewhere even the sea will rise up in anger. Great tides will romp upon the land. The powers of the earth which keep back the seas will abandon their posts. The waters will roam across the land at will. Fishes will look down at the trees.  Fields will look up at the waters. Wheat will sway in the currents.

    “The seasons will be released from their yoke. They will not carry their burden. They will wander from their appointed paths. The rains will not dip into their sacred vessels and pour out their dew upon the dry soil. They will forget. The waters will come too late and then too much. In some places the seeds will not sprout. Elsewhere, wet fields will pull down the wheat.

    “The harvests will be stray from their royal duties. Fathers will find no food for their children. 

Divided.

    “Look at the great river in the middle of the your country. See how it will grow. The land will be divided and, in great part, be submerged. See the coasts.  See how the seas trespass upon them. All coastal cities will live in fear, and many of them will be swallowed and destroyed by tidal waves.“

Ships. 

   “That nation will also have many misfortunes at sea. It has so many ships.” Cap was given the ability to see all the ships stretched out upon the sea for a great distance. She was given the insight to know what a great and awesome number they would appear to be to someone from so long ago. “The great nation will lose it’s ships.” Then Cap saw the ships flounder one by one. Some were assaulted by war. Some were sunk by large waves. Many suffered disrepair. They rolled onto their sides in shallow water. Or they were left upon the land by large tides.

   The child tugged upon the sleeve of Cap’s night shirt. “Come with me.” Cap bowed goodbye to the nun and quietly said “Thank you, Mother.” 

   They traveled much nearer to Cap’s own time. The child pointed to a woman. She was talking to American soldiers. The time was just after World War II. The place was Bavaria. The child said “She bears the wounds of Christ.”

  The soldiers had heard of Therese Neumann. She was a simple peasant but in trance she would speak ancient Aramaic, Greek and Latin. She lived on nothing but the host. A yogi once met her and said "I see ... that energy flows to your body from the ether, sun, and air." 

   The soldiers asked Therese if America would be destroyed in World War III. She answered that in the next century “America will be destroyed by a series of natural disasters... Blessed is he, who not gets annoyed at God.”

   The child said “Goodnight Padraigin.” It was the irish feminine version of Patrick which meant noblewoman. She understood that he was saying in effect,  “Remember, you have noble blood. You have a soul.” 

   When Cap awakened, she wrote down her dreams. A couple days later she had a space of a couple hours in her schedule. She searched and found the prophecies which related to her dream.

   “Before the comet comes, many nations, the good excepted, will be 

scourged by want and famine. The great nation in the ocean that is 

inhabited by people of different tribes and descent will be devastated by 

earthquake, storm, and tidal wave. It will be divided and, in great part, 

submerged. That nation will also have many misfortunes at sea and lose ... All coastal cities will live in fear, and many of them will be destroyed by tidal waves.“ St. Hildegard (12th Century) 

“Near the beginning of the next century, America will be destroyed economically by a series of natural disasters." Therese Neumann, German mystic, Twentieth Century to American GI’s after World War II. 

   A week later, the smallest of earth tremors began to rattle the foundations of St Louis.

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