Delivered by Miguel de Portugal in the
God's Holy Name
10 A.M. at St. Peter's Square, The
Vatican, on December 31, 2000
Although he did not know the purpose of the trip until after his
arrival, Miguel de Portugal was moved to go to Rome shortly before the
end of December 2000 to make a pronouncement as moved by God. As it
would be expected, the space was miraculously available as such a late
date in such a unique end of the year. All arrangements fell into place
perfectly before departure, although they were not originally so at the
time of booking the journey.
The text of the pronouncement was given to Miguel once he arrived in
This terrible Pronouncement, delivered while facing The Vatican from
St. Peter's Square, at the unmistakable Command of God, was directed to
the deeds of the Hierarchical Administration of the Roman Catholic
Church - those who were responsible, by act or omission, for leading
the Church established by Jesus Christ into the service of Mammon
instead of God.
This pronouncement did not, in any way, refer to the Catholic
Faith, which we uphold and defend. Nor
it refer to the members of the Hierarchy and clergy who, over the
centuries, have cooperated with God so that the pristine Catholic Faith
reached mankind today, when the Faith is most needed in preparation for
the End of These Times.
Accursed work of men - created
in defiance of God - The Vatican!
May no more bad fruit ever come from
you again and may no one ever eat again of the decomposed fruit which
you have produced over the last two thousand years !
Make way for the True Light of Our
Lord Jesus Christ!
May it shine forth and liberate poor
humanity from your abominable yoke.
May no stone remain on top of another
In His Most Holy Name we do speak!
Que assim seja!
(1) This line was not
the text originally given to Miguel by God; it was given as the written
text was being pronounced upon The Vatican. Although the "Imperial Church"
was not established until more than 1600 years ago, the perversion of
the Evangelization effort neutralized the Evangelization progress made
in the first 400 years of Christianity.
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