Holy Lady’s Victory against Freemasonry in Lourdes. Miracles’ Cave reopened by the Christian Empress thanks Shepherdess Bernadette
“For the memory that I never had,
for my ignorance and stupidity, thank you Jesus!
Thank you, thank you, because if there had been on earth
a girl stupider than me, you would have chosen that one!”
Saint Bernadette Soubirous – Spiritual Testament
11 February Feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Lourdes
by Fabio Giuseppe Carlo Carisio
All the Italian articles linked below inside this one can be read in English with machine translation available
In my life as a journalist I have written several journalistic scoops thanks to my strong analogical faculties for which I praise Divine Providence more than my sometimes mediocre intelligence.
I have to thank them if the Wuhan-Gates cycle on manmade SARS-Cov-2 reached its 73h investigation, revealing the evil plots between geopolitics, science and intelligence (USA-China-EU) to also experiment with graphene within vaccines, aimed at an attempt at neurocerebral control.
But mindful of my academic studies of historiography, I must admit that the most sensational discoveries and the dossiers that have fascinated me the most have always been those of revisionism of history adulterated in recent centuries by the biased Masonic narrative which has been the beacon of the aberrant scientism denial of truth imposed first during the Covid-19 pandemic and then in the current days of the war in Ukraine: two events connected by multiple protagonists but also by the hidden objective of the New World Order to divide Christians.
Today I would like to honor Our Lady of Lourdes because she gave me the inspiration to re-read in unison two events apparently a thousand light years apart but in reality subtly related.
I admit that I don’t know if anyone has ever highlighted this interconnection and only today I understand why I have casually put off for years the story of one of the saints to whom I am most devoted: Saint Bernadette Soubirous.
The French shepherdess did not doubt the apparitions of the Lady in the Massabielle Cave precisely because of her declared ignorance made Lourdes the most important in the history of Marian apparitions recognized by the Roman Catholic Apostolic Church.
The young girl believed further in the subsequent numerous ascertained miracles, just as a man of science like Luc Montagnier, known instead for his high intelligence.
Even more than Medjugorie, obviously, which I am also strongly fond of for the direct knowledge of the visionaries. Anyway Medjugorje has only obtained recognition of the first seven apparitions of the Queen of Peace (Kraljice Mira) from the Ruini Commission and has not yet had the honor of an official pronouncement by Pope Francis who for years has been ruminating on how to reconcile this theological truth with his global gaffes on the messages of the Madonna.
It was precisely in Medjugorie that I learned from the visionary Marija Pavlovic to pray for Pope Jorge Mario Bergoglio, not to criticize him or the Church, as the People of God of which we are all part and as the Mystical Body of Christ.
This does not prevent me, occasionally, from censoring the errors of that human institution called the Vatican State or the Italian Episcopal Community. As structures created by men on the mandate given by Jesus to Peter. Let us remember the Gospel of Saint Matthew (16,13-20).
«When Jesus came to the region of Caesarea Philippi, he asked his disciples, “Who do people say the Son of Man is?” They replied, “Some say John the Baptist; others say Elijah; and still others, Jeremiah or one of the prophets.” “But what about you?” he asked. “Who do you say I am?”
Simon Peter answered, “You are the Messiah, the Son of the living God.”Jesus replied, “Blessed are you, Simon son of Jonah, for this was not revealed to you by flesh and blood, but by my Father in heaven. And I tell you that you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of Hades will not overcome it. I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven; whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven.” Then he ordered his disciples not to tell anyone that he was the Messiah».
The blood of St. Peter crucified upside down in the Vatican is the “stone” on which “portae inferi non praevalebunt adversus eam”. Not the human religious institution that took strength from it to challenge and survive 2 thousand years of persecution.
This is confirmed precisely by the circumstance that occurs in a wonderful way as only the unpredictable Divine Providence knows and, above all, CAN DO!
The Attack of Freemasonry on the Church
I am referring to the fact that the Papal State was attacked and robbed by the Freemasons in agreement with the Zionists (artifact political movement of Ashkenazi Kazakh origin and not Israelite, it is worth pointing out as we have done in previous investigations on this delicate entity), but it resisted until it was recognized again as a Vatican State thanks to the Lateran Pacts signed by the then Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Gasparri and Benito Mussolini, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Italy.
In this historical reconstruction I will explain why it cannot be a simple coincidence that this happened on 11 February 1929, on the anniversary of the feast of Our Lady of Lourdes established on that date in reference to the first apparition of the Holy Virgin to the French shepherdess of only 14 years which took place in the Massabielle Cave on that very day in 1858.
In her name Bernadette had already been sculpted by her divine will, her strength capable of making her a new David against Goliath. According to German etymology, in fact, she means “bold as a bear”.
And he was such in opposing, without even knowing its power, Freemasonry which had started the bloody persecution of Christians just during and after the French Revolution.
This genocide was interrupted only by the arrival of Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte who rehabilitated the Catholics of the Vendée devastated by the Jacobins to make allies of the aristocrats such as Edouard Colbert, Marquis of Maulévrier and father of Juliette Victoire, who later became Servant of God as Marquise Giulia Falletti of Barolo thanks to her marriage to Carlo Tancredi Falletti, a rich landowner in the Barolo Langa where his wife invented this famous wine.
We cite this example because Giulia di Barolo is known not only for the works of Christian charity carried out in Turin and Piedmont. But also for the battle that she was forced to fight like Saint John Bosco against the persecutions of the Freemasons in the midst of the Risorgimento which handed over the Italy of Christian martyrs to the atheist or deist Freemasons (believers in the Great Architect of the universe and not in the Most High God revealed of the Bible).
If the Marchioness Juliette, whose radiant story we will soon tell in detail, was protected by God and by the King of Savoy Charles Albert.
The very young shepherdess Bernadette was defended by the Mother of the incarnate God and even by an empress.
To understand the mysterious and supernatural thread that on February 11th implicitly celebrates two enormous victories over the Masonic serpent by Our Lady of Lourdes, we must start from Massabielle…
The Shepherdess and the Secret of the Immaculate Conception
For brevity, we summarize the events described more fully in the article by Saints and Blesseds on the miraculous story of Bernadette in her life and after her birth in heaven (as the death of a saint is defined) which we report at the bottom of this.
From the first appearance of the “Beautiful Lady Dressed in White”, as she had always defined her, the shepherdess immediately began praying the Rosary. In her true naivety she never dared to associate that vision with the Madonna. It was the people who did it, with the grave opposition of Abbot Peyramale who, precisely in that historical context of the predominance of Masonic culture, feared the repression that would come from the government authorities.
But knowing the girl’s good faith, he asked her to ask the Beautiful Lady who she was.
With joy, Bernadette, after the apparition on March 25, 1858, ran to the religious with the answer received that day: «“Que soy era Immaculada Councepciou…” (I am the Immaculate Conception)» she repeated in the local dialect as she had heard. The priest was shocked because the girl had told him a theological concept that she could not have known for two reasons.
Because the Dogma of the Immaculate Conception had been proclaimed by Pope Pius IX only 4 years earlier, on 8 December 1854, and as there was no internet at the time, very few religious people from the suburbs and especially parishioners knew its meaning.
Secondly, because the 14-year-old shepherdess was so ignorant and forgetful that she risked not being able to make her First Communion, which she so desired, because she was not able to learn the Creed by heart and had to take catechism lessons.
From the revelation of that dogma she obtained the protection of the abbot and the most cultured believers who looked at her with suspicion precisely because she was not very cultured, like a certain fisherman Simone known as Pietro. But it took four long years of wandering before the ecclesiastical investigation certified the authenticity of her apparitions in 1862.
In that period she was subjected to psychiatric investigations and assessments, as they also did for Saint Pio when she received the stigmata and for the visionaries of Medjugorie. But above all she was persecuted by the Prosecutor, who threatened to arrest her and had her father arrested for an accusation of theft which turned out to be unfounded, and by the Prefect who went so far as to close the Grotto of Massabielle after the news spread of the miraculous waters capable of healing every infirmity.
The Sanctuary of Lourdes, which hosts around 3 million pilgrims every year, would not be such if the very young and very poor shepherdess had not defended the truth at all costs. But it wouldn’t be if Divine Providence hadn’t intervened in the form of… Empress.
Empress of France in Defense of the Miracles’ Cave
Eugenia de Montijo was born in Granada, Spain, on May 5, 1826. Around the middle of the century, years after her father’s death, she moved with her mother and sister to Paris. At the time the city was the capital of the Second French Republic, presided over by Louis Napoleon Bonaparte, nephew of the Emperor Napoleon, who set his sights on her young girl.
«It was difficult for Eugenia to accept the young emperor’s proposals, which in fact she refused more than once. His insistence, however, bore fruit for her, and Eugenia accepted the marriage proposal of the man who would soon become emperor of the Second French Empire. But on January 30, 1853, Notre-Dame would host the wedding of the man who was now Emperor Napoleon III and Eugenie, who at the same time was crowned as empress consort» wrote Sandra Ferrer on Saints and Blesseds.
Many of the public activities of the French empress focused on the creation of an infinite number of charitable works, collaborating with Catholic organizations. In addition to promoting the foundation of hospices, hospitals and centers that gave refuge to the most needy, Eugenia visited them whenever she could to find out about the needs that she could satisfy.
The birth of her son, after years of waiting and a difficult parturition, was one of the Empress’s greatest joys, and she felt honored by the blessing of Pope Leo XIII. Remember this name well because it will return at the conclusion of the article.
«When little Napoleon Louis was just one year old, however, he became seriously ill. Desperate and anguished at the possibility of seeing her son die prematurely, she had water brought from Lourdes, and the child recovered. The empress always defended the apparitions of Lourdes, and promoted pilgrimages to the cave», thus making the local authorities’ attempts to close them in vain.
This fomented a spread of discontent in the liberal-Masonic world against the emperor well represented by Jean Delannoy’s 1988 film on Bernadette,
Breach of Porta Pia and the Excommunication of Freemasonry
A few years later, in fact, the fate of the emperor intersected with those of the Papal State and Freemasonry during the Taking of Rome at Porta Pia (one of the Town door – ed) which leads us towards the last part of this historical review in a Christian mystery key.
Let us avoid delving into the analysis of the details of the diplomatic negotiations. The fact is that Napoleon III gave in to the pressure of the newly established Kingdom of Italy thanks to the Expedition of the Thousand financed by British Freemasonry which had paid the Freemason guerrilla fighter Giuseppe Garibaldi precisely to destroy the Papal State.
With great naivety in the Convention signed on 15 September 1864 in Fontainebleau, the emperor stipulated an agreement with Italy which provided for the withdrawal within two years of the French troops garrisoning Rome to protect the Pope in exchange for a commitment on the part of Italy to not to invade the Papal State, to protect the latter in case of external attacks, to allow the creation of a corps of Catholic volunteers to defend Rome and to take on part of the pontifical public debt.
In 1870 the clash with the German Chancellor Otto von Bismarck was fatal for the French sovereign which triggered the very short Franco-Prussian war which ended on 4 September 1870 in Sedan, in the Ardennes on the border with Belgium with the defeat of Napoleon III’s troops which marked his exile in England, his illness and his death (9 January 1873).
He was originally buried in Chislehurst, at St Mary’s Catholic Church, but after her son, a UK Army officer, died fighting the Zulus in South Africa in 1879, Eugenie decided to build a monastery and chapel for the remains of her husband and son: thus, in 1888, Napoleon and Napoleon Eugene Louis were definitively transferred to the imperial crypt in St. Michael’s Abbey in Farnborough, in the county of Hampshire, United Kingdom.
The emperor’s widow gave the community the Golden Rose of Christianity, a distinction she had received from the papacy for her fervent testimony of faith. In the 94 years of her life, Eugenia was always faithful to her beliefs despite her husband’s closeness to Freemasonry.
Although the Emperor affiliation to a lodge, like her uncle Napoleon Bonaparte, was never officially confirmed. The emperor himself celebrated her in a speech before the French Senate, he said of her: “Catholic and pious, she will pray to heaven with the same prayers that I recite for the happiness of France”.
His fall marked the advent of the new French Republic which effectively made the agreement of the Kingdom of Italyon the Papal States waste paper. In fact, 16 days after the defeat of Sedan, on 20 September 1870, the Masonic armies of General Raffaele Cadorna launched the attack with the breach of Porta Pia in the Vatican walls and forced the Pope into a painful surrender with the transfer of part of the his territories.
This affair then led Pope Leo XIII to promulgate the Encyclical Humanus Genus condemning Freemasonry with an Excommunication.
The imperial family did not have good luck but was fundamental for the protection of the Massabielle Cave which allowed the mother to see her son grow up healthy and robust. It is not difficult for us to imagine that, precisely for this reason, they were the object of the diabolical curses of the Freemasons which found fulfillment in the erroneous political choices of Napoleon III, certainly more devoted to military strength than to the Grace of God, which inspired his wife.
Similar curses fell on the young shepherdess Bernadette for her testimony on the apparitions of Our Lady of Lourdes against the persecutions of the Masonic politics of the time. Perhaps for this very reason, but only the Almighty can know, she lived her years in a convent amid atrocious suffering in the flesh, due to the worsening of her asthmatic pathologies, and in her spirit. But she offered them to God until her last breath, earning her Holiness and becoming the symbol of that Day of the Sick which is celebrated on February 11th.
Some heartbreaking sentences from spiritual testament of Bernadette (at the bottom of the article) are emblematic and make her very close to Santa Rita and Santa Faustina:
«For this miserable body that you gave me, for this disease of fire and smoke, for my rotting flesh, for my decayed bones, for my sweats, for my fever, for my dull and sharp pains, THANK YOU MY GOD! For this soul that you gave me, for the desert of internal aridity, for your night and for your flashes, for your silences and your lightning; for everything, for you absent and present, thank you! Thank you oh Jesus!».
Vatican Resurrected Thanks to the Lateran Pacts
Precisely on this date, however, in 1929, thanks to the Duce’s government characterized by “God, homeland and family”, the second victory of the Holy Lady against Freemasonry took place with a memorable act that restored dignity to the Catholic Church.
«The celebration of the Lateran Pacts, on the anniversary of their signing, does not only constitute an opportunity to preserve historical memory of an event that represented a turning point in the relations between the State and the Church in Italy. It also calls for reflection on the institutional structure outlined by the Pacts in 1929 and on the evolution and relevance of that model» wrote Vatican News today.
«The qualification of that event as Conciliation, a term subsequently adopted to name the road that opens the city of Rome towards St. Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican City without any barrier, underlines that with the Lateran Treaty and the Concordat it was the disagreement between the national State and the Holy See was definitively overcome and healed, giving an agreed solution to the Roman Question, which arose with the annexation of Rome to the Kingdom of Italy. The result was a structure rooted in international law and suitable for providing the Holy See with the guarantees of “absolute and visible independence” necessary, as the Treaty states, “for the fulfillment of its high mission in the world”».
«These purposes are the basis of the constitution and recognition of the “Vatican City State under the Sovereignty of the Supreme Pontiff”, together with the other personal and real guarantees and immunities that the Lateran Treaty ensures. “A tiny temporal sovereignty, almost more symbolic than effective, qualifies us (…) free and independent”, Paul VI would say in the historic visit to the Capitol on 16 March 1966, the first by a Pope after Pius IX. The constitution of the Vatican City State and territorial sovereignty is combined with the recognition, also declared in the Treaty, of the “sovereignty of the Holy See in the international field as an attribute inherent to its nature, in conformity with its tradition and the needs of its mission in the world».
It is our duty to believe that the sacrifices of Saint Bernadette and Empress Eugenie were guided by the mysterious breath of the Holy Spirit like that of the Pontiff who, saving what could be saved, negotiated the surrender and averted a suicidal battle for his armies and the inhabitants of the Papal State.
The Penitence for February 24 Remembers Ukraine
This interconnection of historical, religious and supernatural events leads us to pay close attention to the apparition of Our Lady of Lourdes on 24 February 1858 when she invited everyone to “penance”.
Saint John Paul II honored this invitation by showing himself tragically suffering in the last pilgrimage of his life to Massabielle on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the proclamation of the Dogma of the Immaculate Conception thanks to which an ignorant shepherdess had become credible to the entire Church.
But the great pontiff Karol Wojtyla, mindful of the Nazi and communist occupation in his Poland, was able to fully read the message of peace that united the apparitions from Lourdes, Fatima and Medjugorie in which the crucial role of Russia was highlighted.
First with the Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary of that nation requested by the Portuguese visionary Sister Lucia to save the world from a devastating war and fulfilled by John Paul II himself. Then with the message of 25 October 1981 from the Queen of Peace to the visionaries of Medjugorie.
Both prophecies occurred well before the fall of Communism in Russia and its conversion to Christianity strongly implemented by President Vladimir Putin.
This is why that invocation of penance from Our Lady of Lourdes which occurred on February 24, on the same day as the start of the special military operation in Ukraine in 2022, must make authentic Christians reflect.
And make the wrists of those who are provoking a planned war escalation tremble since the bloody coup plotted by NATO countries and the diabolical atheist George Soros in February 2014 in Kiev, which gave rise to the civil war in Donbass and the current conflict.
This is why we must pay close attention to the apocalyptic prophecies of the Patriarch of the Orthodox Church of Moscow.
But the incredible story of the shepherdess Bernadette (the hagiographic profile below) who obtained the protection of the empress, without even imploring her, and the subsequent rebirth of the Vatican State on the remains of the Papal State which ended up in the sights of Freemasonry for centuries confirm the evangelical promise made by Jesus to the apostle Peter:
“tu es Petrus, et super hanc petram aedificabo ecclesiam meam, et portae inferi non praevalebunt adversus eam”
“you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of Hades will not overcome it”
Saint Bernadette Soubirous Virgin and Her Intact Body
Anniversary April 16th
Lourdes, 7 January 1844 – Nevers, 16 April 1879
When, on 11 February 1858, the Virgin appeared for the first time to Bernadette at the Massabielle cliff in the French Pyrenees, she had turned 14 just over a month ago. She was, in fact, born on 7 January 1844. To her, poor and illiterate, but dedicated with her heart to the Rosary, the “Lady” appeared several times. In the apparition of March 25, 1858, the Lady revealed her name: “I am the Immaculate Conception”. Four years earlier, Pope Pius IX had declared the Immaculate Conception of Mary a dogma, but Bernadette could not have known this.
The pastoral letter signed in 1862 by the bishop of Tarbes, after a careful investigation, consecrated Lourdes forever to its vocation as an international Marian sanctuary. On the evening of July 7, 1866, Bernadette Soubirous decided to take refuge from her fame in Saint-Gildard, the mother house of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Nevers. We will stay there for 13 years. Bedridden by asthma, tuberculosis and bone cancer in her knee, at the age of 35, Bernadette passed away on 16 April 1879, Easter Wednesday.
Etymology: Bernadette = bold as a bear, from German
The intact body of Saint Bernadette
Halfway between Lyon and Paris, nestled along the Loire, there is Nevers, the city in which the incorrupt body of Saint Bernadette Soubirous has been buried for about 125 years. Entering the courtyard of the convent of Saint Gildard, mother house of the Sisters of Charity, you enter the church through a small side door. The semi-darkness, in this nineteenth-century neo-Gothic architecture, is broken by the lights that illuminate an artistic glass funerary casket.
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