23 February 2017

Gallows Humor Presupposes Gallows

"I'm glad you're here with me, Luis, here at the end of all things."


Anonymous said...

Great. They're both giving the freemasonic hand signal. Two peas in a pod.


Jane Chantal said...

If this hasn't been photoshopped, it's utterly chilling. The creepiness just keeps breaking through like skin eruptions on someone sick with a terrible plague.

c matt said...

I didn't know Frankie and Louis were U of Texas fans. Maybe they aren't all bad?

chantgirl said...

I am usually highly suspicious of private revelations, but this message that was supposedly given to Pedro Regis by the Blessed Virgin on 3/19/2005 is quite striking:

"Dear children, a great ship will be on the high seas, and all aboard will be surprised by Christ in front of them. A divided reign and an empty chair. The existence of two kings will spread great confusion throughout the world, but God will come to the aid of His people. His chosen ones will not be left helpless. Trust in the Lord. Without Him you are nothing and can do nothing. Forward with courage. I am at your side. This is the message I give you in the name of the most Holy Trinity. Thank you for permitting me to reunite you here once more. I bless you in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. Stay in peace."- Message 2497, 3/19/2005

*** Disclaimer- I have not read all of the Virgin's messages to Pedro, and frankly, would love it if they were false as they have taken a decidedly more apocalyptic tone in the last few years ( starting in about 2011-2012 the Blessed Virgin starts to mention individual cities and countries which will be chastised). I cannot vouch for the catholicity of all of the messages as I have only read a portion of them. They can be found here:


I understand if you do not publish this as people can get quite carried away with private revelation.

Anonymous said...

It's been a while since I've looked into Pedro Regis, but I remember that he had an alleged prophecy about a "river of destruction" (or something like that) in "the Gulf" shortly before the whole oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico some years ago. Even if it was only a coincide, it raised my eyebrow; he may be legitimate or not, but at least we'll be able to tell if/when some of the more specific miracles take place. (For example, he said something several years ago about Brazil's one and only Eucharist miracle happening in the near future.)
I appreciate that verifiable aspect of his messages, even if they turn out false. :)


JBQ said...

The "barque of St. Peter" is on a turbulent sea.