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****IMPORTANT UPDATE: 9/27/2015:
With the passing of this day and Pope Francis leaving American soil comes the confirmation that the purported "Locutions to the World" messages have now unequivocally been proven to be completely false, and therefore they should be rejected by all of the faithful. I urge anyone who might still be considering them to be authentic to sincerely reflect upon the false prediction of "Mary" in the article below, and to preserve the purity and the integrity of their Catholic faith.
"And if you say in your heart, ‘How may we know the word that the Lord has not spoken?’— when a prophet speaks in the name of the Lord, if the word does not come to pass or come true, that is a word that the Lord has not spoken; the prophet has spoken it presumptuously. You need not fear him." Deuteronomy 18:21-22
Within the next few days, those who have been following the anonymous visionary who posts alleged heavenly messages under the title of "Locutions to the World" will have proof whether the purported visions are authentic, or not.
On September 3, 2015, the visionary/locutionist had a message posted to the Locutions.org website entitled "The Pope's Visit and the Collapse", purportedly from the Virgin Mary stating:
A very specific prophesy!
"....The collapse will not come before Pope Francis comes to America but it will happen while he is in America. I deliberately brought the Pope to America, the world’s financial center, to be here when it takes place. I want him to be part of the picture. I want him to be present. His presence in America will be my sign that the Church is very important in saving mankind from its own follies. Toward the end of his trip, he will have to shift his message and address the new world situation."
The purported heavenly messages date back to December 10, 2010. For the first few years, they were vetted by a prominent and well respected Catholic priest named Monsignor John Essef, a diocesan priest of Scranton, PA., who was a spiritual director for Mother Teresa of Calcutta. Up until recently, the following statement from Monsignor Essef was published on the Locutions.org website:
According to publicly available information, the website domain name "Locutions.org" was purchased in June 2011 by a person (name withheld) from Steubenville, OH. The domain has since been renewed through private registration by a company in Chesterbrook, PA. The only advertising and sales on the locutions.org website is sales of five books on AMAZON.com containing the purported messages themselves. The books average in price at around $6.50
This writer is not very favorable in general towards "Anonymous" private revelations like this one because quite frankly there is no accountability to the person. Since they are anonymous, one cannot discern anything about their person or background, other than what is revealed in the purported messages. To me, when a alleged visionary or mystic identifies themselves and puts themselves and their reputation out there for all the world to discern, this at least initially lends some credibility to any private revelation. At least one can respect such a person for holding themselves publicly accountable for being the instrument of the private revelation, but with anonymous persons such is not the case, and this is why this writer is not at all favorable towards "anonymous" visionaries. And the recent scandalous fraud of the anonymous "Maria Divine Mercy" (aka Mary Carberry) very poignantly illustrates this fact, I believe.
Stark prophesy and blood on the moon
At this moment, the prophetic stage is set, and of course this writer is obligated to cover this story, given that I host this "Mystics of the Church" website. Stay tuned folks! The next few days will give clear and definitive evidence as to the authenticity of the locutions from this purported visionary. And as the widely reported "Blood moon" crosses the sky on Sunday evening, September 27, Pope Francis officially departs America at 8PM that evening, so the prophesy clock is definitely ticking down fast! There will surely be those who may want to try to downplay "Mary's" very specific predictions to the locutionist here. At Fatima, She told the children that She would come to them on the 13th of each month, and so She did. If it was really She who gave this specific prediction to this locutionist, then the events will occur as She promised, that is that "...the collapse will occur while he is in America" and also "Toward the end of his trip, he will have to shift his message and address the new world situation."