Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Did Malachi Martin prophesy our current days?

Take the time.

Click on the picture to listen to a modern day prophet.


Come and try, because you'll have to carve out my heart and pry my Liber from my cold, dead, hands.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.ie/2012/10/the-final-nail-in-malachi-martins-coffin.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malachi_Martin#/media/File:Malachi_Martin_Footstone_2011C.jpg http://angelqueen.org/malachi-martin-files/malachi-martins-actions-against-the-church-during-the-1960s/

Michael Dowd said...

Very good for referencing Malachi Martin who, in his prophetic writings, gave us a heads up for what's happening now. I have read his books 'The Jesuits', 'The Decline and Fall of the Roman Church' and am now reading 'Windswept House'. All three sound like he is speaking as a current observer of the Church today. Everyone interested in the future of the Church should become familiar with Malachi Martin's works as we live through and respond to the unfolding tragedy of the devastated Catholic Church where, for the moment, the devil is winning the day.

Vox Cantoris said...

It's as if he were alive today and commenting on current events,

Anonymous said...

Michael Dowd, how did you get a copy of Father Martin's books? I have had a difficult time finding them in hard copy.

Anonymous said...

@Paul Morphy
I ordered and purchased copies of Father Malachi Martins books using Amazon.com, just before Christmas 2015. So his writings are still published in print.

Father Martin's writing are simply superb. The way in which MM writes is beautiful. The thoughts and ideas that Father Martin expresses in his writing are incisive and very intelligent. Having said that some of his predictions were not accurate. In his book "The Keys of This Blood" Father Martin's speculation about Mikhail Gorbachev proved to be inaccurate. But I'd give Father Martin a pass on that. His predictions in other regards have proven to be spot on.

I can't recommend Father Martin's writings highly enough!