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The Fatima Secretby Michael Hesemann
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The truth about the vatican's most impenetrable secret, hidden for over eighty years!
*On May 13, 1917, three young shepherds witness a vision of the Virgin Mary and hear the Holy Mother reveal three prophecies...
*Elements of the first two prophecies have already come true: the end of World War I, the rise of Russia as a superpower, and the beginning of World War II...
*The third secret was revealed in the year 2000, its details still shrouded in secrecy and controversy.
What is the Vatican trying to hide?
The Lady of Fátima left a final prophecy so powerful that no pope in over eighty years had dared reveal it. Why? The third secret is contained on a page of parchment written by the last surviving witness to the miracle...and hand delivered to the Pope. Even now, after the Vatican has released their version of the contents of the third secret, intense debate rages as to whether the Church has revealed the truth. Here, for the first time, is a complete inquiry into the mystery of Fátima: what the three shepherds really witnessed, the astonishing turn of their lives, the unfolding of the prophecies, and how the Fátima Secret has dominated Pope John Paul's reign and changed world history. Was the Fátima prophecy a warning to the Pope...or a vision so dire it must be suppressed at any cost?
Elements of the first two prophecies of the Fatima vision of the Virgin Mary in 1917 have come true. The third secret was revealed by the Vatican in 2000, but its details are still shrouded in secrecy and controversy. "The Fatima Secret" explores the possibilities of what the Vatican does not want people to know.
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