The Lady in Blue
That book could be the final blow to
[A very important Note has been
added on July 28, 2009 at the end of the following text]
The purpose of this page is to share, on a worldwide scale, a
communication that we sent to our extended Mailing List. Just as the
title indicates - what we are reporting has to be the final blow to
Marian apparitions - all of them, Fatima included.
The original communication...
From: miguel de Portugal
To: Our List Members
Date: February 1st, 2009
Subject: What could be the
final blow to Marian Apparitions
A book has been published which must be the most damaging book against
Marian Apparitions ever published. We have never come across something
that could be so devastating to what is left of the Faith. The book is The Lady in Blue by Javier Sierra.
We do not believe that Mr. Sierra's intentions were to deceive or to
harm the Catholic Faith. Actually, Mr. Sierra seems to have been on a
journey to regain his lost faith. But as we all know: The way to hell is paved with good
intentions. With that said....
This book falls onto m de P's list of those "acquired and read by a
very obvious Divine Command". It also falls onto the much shorter list
where the Divine Command was independently confirmed very soon after he
started reading it. (Divine Commands, which never transgress Divine or
Civil Laws, are obeyed, not
When he acquired it, m de P had no idea who was "the star" of the book,
The Lady in Blue (Sr. Maria de
Jesus de Agreda of The Mystical City
of God fame), nor what the subject matter was.
At the end of this communication you will find an excerpt from
Wikipedia about Mr. Sierra's trajectory, with some of our comments
added. The Lady in Blue is presented as an investigative novel and it
could be taken - at first - as another DaVinci Code. Tragically for the
Faith, it is not. The only truth that the DaVinci Code had was the
symbolization of the spirit of the Opus Dei; all else was fiction. In The Lady in Blue, the fiction
component is very minor when compared with the facts it presents
(names, events, faces and documentation), making the book deadly to the
What that book does is to essentially prove (remember - we are talking
facts and figures carefully utilized for the effect desired) that all
Marian Apparitions, with one exception, were the result of nuns
bilocating - a project controlled by The Vatican since time immemorial
and where the angels were key players.
As presented above, it sounds sophomoric and so unbelievable that you
may rightfully say: "A High School
kid who had basic catechism could see through such an allegation."
If that were true, we would then ask you: Would miguel de Portugal be spending time
that he does not have in warning the Faithful about this?
As part of the story, Mr. Sierra covers the fallen angels and their
mating with the daughters of men. His statements - fueled by Agreda's
alleged writings - are error-ridden. These errors are mixed with facts,
figures and documents in such a convincing manner that many of Sierra's
readers would accept his errors as logical truth. He even dragged St.
Teresa de Jesus (de Avila) into this charade, an individual whom we
know well and can personally vouch for. We have covered the issue of
the fallen angels in a separate document (1).
Thus - in a nutshell: A very well known, well intentioned and informed
investigative author "proves" that the Marian Apparitions were
concocted by The Vatican, and that the angels of God are helping to
unmask such falsified Marian Apparitions. Thus, the eight lane
highway-landing strip has been prepared for the arrival of the False
Christ. Sierra has even provided a subtle hint that could justify
bringing aliens into the picture - were it necessary.
As we have said: Because of all the facts which have
gone into this book, we cannot think of anything that could be more
devastating to whatever is left of the Catholic Faith. The Lady in Blue could be more
damaging to the Faithful than the well-publicized claims of having
found Jesus’ tomb and bones, or the story that Jesus and Mary Magdalene
married, or all the sexual scandals of the Church combined.
The fact that the Vatican ignored the Fatima Messages, thus allowing
World War II (2), could be easily be taken as
"proof" that Marian Apparitions were Vatican induced and thus, not
minded by the Church Administration. We wonder how long it would take
for them to try that.
As He would do, God placed Mr. Sierra's book in our hands after we had
published the last of a series of Seven Documents - The History of Creation - and before we wrote the section
that still is missing from the Seventh Document, which deals with new
information about the Falsification of the Second Coming of Christ. The
timing was, as all that is of God, perfect.
To fully understand the magnitude and depth of this deception, we
recommend that The Lady in Blue
be read by the Faithful. To increase Mr. Sierra's royalty checks is a
small price to pay for the Faithful to fully comprehend the magnitude
of this deception which even escapes our ability to properly illustrate
it with words.
Amazon (3) even has second hand copies at a very
Now... meet Mr. Javier Sierra:
From Wikipedia (4)
Javier Sierra Albert (Born 11 August 1971 in Teruel, Aragon, Spain) is
a journalist, writer and researcher who studied journalism at the
Universidad Complutense de Madrid. At the moment he is editor
consultant of the monthly magazine Más Allá de la
Science) distributed in Spain and Latin America and he participates in
several radio and television programs. During the last years, he
has concentrated main part of his efforts in traveling and
investigating the enigmas of the past and historical mysteries, which
never were clarified by the most orthodox studies. His novels have as
common purpose to solve
historical mysteries based on real documentation and extensive field
For years, Sierra has been working with people like Graham Hancock and
Robert Bauval studying the existence of a Golden Age of the Humanity,
dated in our most remote past. His hypothesis holds that this Golden
Age was extinguished about 10,500 years ago, and it was the origin of
all the known civilizations.
From an early age he was fascinated by the world of communications,
conducting his first radio program in Radio Heraldo at the age of
twelve. By the time he was sixteen, he was writing articles for the
press, and at eighteen he was one of the founders of the international
magazine Año Cero (Year
Zero). At the age of twenty-seven, he became editor of the well-known
Spanish monthly magazine Más Allá de
His latest novel The Secret Supper
has been published in 42
countries becoming one of the greatest international successes
of Spanish literature .
Javier Sierra is the first contemporary Spanish writer who has entered
in the top ten of the The New York Times Best Seller list on 9 April
2006 with his last novel The Secret Supper.
We comment further:
Considering his young age, his field of
work (everyone, it seems, is in it), the scope and reach of his work
and his immense popularity it is obvious that he has "godparents"
helping him promote the agenda at hand. We are very familiar with those
two magazines Más Allá de la Ciencia
and Año Cero. Although they
have some relatively good articles on science and the paranormal, if we
were to classify the magazines it would be under New Age, pro-Alien and
anti-Christian - although in a very subtle, yet powerful way.
Más Allá de la Ciencia
recently published a special issue where the underlying purpose was to
demystify Jesus and/or negate His historical existence while appearing
to be a collection of serious articles prepared by "experts" in their
respective fields. Some appeared downright silly to us but very believable to the
unsuspecting reader. [Más Allá Monográfico - No. 55/ Año XX]
Mr. Sierra is very pro-Mary of Agreda; to the point that he was invited
to the ceremonies, led by Governor Richardson of New Mexico, making all
of the state of New Mexico the "twin" of the Spanish town (Agreda)
where Maria de Jesus (de Agreda) lived and died. The claim is that she
evangelized the American Indian tribes of New Mexico, not to mention
Juan Diego and his native brothers in (Old) Mexico, etc. Remember: with
this story line, now the Virgin of Guadalupe was really Maria de Jesus
de Agreda, or another "programmed nun", bilocating to Tepayec in
cahoots with the Vatican!
The reader should note that, according to Wikipedia, Mr. Sierra has
also worked with Graham Hancock and Robert Bauval, whom we credited in
our document, The History of Creation
(5), for their Archeo-Astronomical work (in
particular, their work as reported in the Keeper of Genesis). (Messrs.
Hancock and Bauval's fallen angels / alien "theology" should not be accepted -
unlike their Archeo-Astronomical work, which is credible and based on
NOTE added on July 28, 2009
As if what we have reported above were not enough to demolish the
little faith left in Marian Apparitions, we read in the Spanish
magazine Más Allá de la Ciencia
(Beyond Science) [No. 245, Year XXI] that now, after
having been made
adoptive son of the U.S. state on New Mexico, Mr. Javier Sierra has
also been made an adoptive son of Ágreda, the little Spanish town where
the Ágreda myth was launched from. The local, provincial and national
officials were present to honor Mr. Sierra for having placed the town
of Ágreda (and its illustrious former resident, María de Jesús de
Ágreda) in the global limelight.
As we have pointed out in the original communication, Mr. Sierra's
book, already published in 23 languages, by default, explains that
essentially all Marian Apparitions - starting with the one of Guadalupe
- were nothing more that nuns bilocating all over the world. satan,
once again, is trying to steal "God's Thunder" and placing it in the
hands of a mere human.
Tragically, the under Evangelized and marginally educated
Faithful-by-default are more inclined to believe the story of flying
nuns than to believe that the Holy Mother of God (in the person of
Jesus) intervened in Time to assist the disoriented and
We are, to the extent necessary and possible within our means,
confirming their Archeo-Astronomical data.
En Español: Advertencia contra el libro 'La Dama de Azul' de Javier Sierra
Published on February 1st, 2009
New Links added on March 1st, 2010
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