When the fire at Notre Dame Cathedral erupted, it was discovered that an old (more than a hundred year old) holy card seemed to presage it.
There was Jesus, on the card, in the foreground, as the cathedral burned in the backdrop. We have discussed this on the regular pages of Spirit Daily.
It certainly seemed so!
And it brought back similarly precognitive images related to 9/11.
Like the holy card, September 11 was preceded by
what seemed like prophecy-via-artwork. A
number of artists (above,
an ad for a Pakistani airline, dating back to 1979, and below, from
a publication in April 2001), seemed to soothsay the attacks, with sketches or
paintings of two almost identical structures and smoke coming from them. More
on that in a moment!
As I have discussed in these "special reports," over a hundred years ago, two novels similarly predicted the stunning, unprecedented election of Donald Trump -- by name.
But back to that lattice holy card, which dates to 1879: It was based, I am informed, on prophecies by the French mystic Marie-Julie Jahenny. Her prophecies were astounding. A couple we have reported on. But we're going to take a much deeper look at many others from her, as well as some from other reputed mystics, in this prophetic update.
Do her -- and other -- predictions foretell our time?
Could what Jahenny foresaw really occur, and perhaps in that not-so distant future?
The discernment of these prophets and issues is especially interesting, and so let's do that together, in this new "special report."
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