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There is a very important factor here. When Christ uses the word “the same” it is different if

one translates this word in Italian or French because the meaning changes, and I would like

to point out that there have been weaknesses in translation, but I cannot be held responsible

for this. In English (which is the original language of the writings) it does not mean “the

same person” but it means “equal” in the sense of “the unity of essence,” “substance”.

Then there are passages when in turn the Holy Trinity speaks in one voice. But even so it is

very clear. For example here is one passage:

“Your terrified cries pierced through the

heavens, reaching the Holy Trinity’s ears… My child!”

The Father’s Voice, full of joy

resounded through all Heaven. Then the Son said:

“Ah… I shall now make her penetrate My

Wounds and let her eat My Body and drink My Blood. I shall espouse her to Me and she

will be Mine for eternity. I shall show her the Love I have for her and her lips from thereon

shall thirst for Me and her heart shall be My Headrest.”

The Holy Spirit said immediately


“And I, the Holy Spirit, shall descend upon her to reveal to her the truth and the

depths of Us. I shall remind the world through her, that the greatest of all the gifts is love.”

And then the Holy Trinity spoke in one voice:

“Let Us then celebrate! Let all Heaven

celebrate!” (22.12.1990)

The mystery of the Most Holy Trinity, its oneness combined with the distinct traits of each of

the three persons and the relationship between them, is one of the greatest mysteries of the

Christian Faith. However, the fact that the Trinity is such an infinite mystery should not

make us shrink back from praising its marvels and avoid talking of it, although human

language never will be able to express the beauty and immensity of the One but Triune. For

the mystery of the Most Holy Trinity is so central to our faith that it stands above and sheds

light upon all the other mysteries of faith. This has been pointed out again most clearly in

The Cathechism of the Catholic Church:

The mystery of the Most Holy Trinity is the central mystery of the Christian faith and

life. It is the mystery of God in himself. It is therefore the source of all the other

mysteries of faith, the light that enlightens them. It is the most fundamental and

essential teaching in the “hierarchy of the truths of faith.”


The whole history of

salvation is identical with the history of the way and the means by which the one true

God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, reveals himself to men “and reconciles and unites

with himself those who turn away from sin”.


(CCC 234)

Question 4. Protology and Eschatology.

There are also some difficulties regarding protology and eschatology. In what sense

does the soul have a “vision of God” before being infused into the body and how do you

envision of the new Pentecost within the history of salvation in relation to the parousia

and the resurrection of the dead?

Protology: I do not believe in any form of reincarnation. On the contrary, my writings speak

against reincarnation and New Age:

“These doctrines of Satan teach you to believe in

reincarnation, whereas there is no reincarnation; they keep up the outward appearance of

religion but have rejected the inner power of it - the Holy Spirit and the Holy Communion”


. The passage that you are referring to might be the following:

…then, in the midst of this dazzling Light, your soul will see what they had once seen

in that fraction of a second, that very moment of your creation… They will see He


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