“Everything around you is passing and everything is falling apart, only the glory of God remains…”
In this special report, we desire to show that we have been seeing small signs of this “falling apart” since Our Lady spoke these words to Mirjana. A Friend of Medjugorje has been talking about it, even before Our Lady said it, and it is becoming evident during this coronavirus pandemic.
(Photo taken October 26, 2011) – The Miraculous Medal Medjugorje Silver Round being stamped at the mint. A Friend of Medjugorje designed this silver round in 2010, to help people have a way to secure their wealth. It quickly became the #1 specialty silver round in the world.
Last night’s Mejanomics Special broadcast with a Friend of Medjugorje titled, A Tiny Needle Can Burst the Largest Balloon, covered how just one area, which is the world economic markets, have reached a breaking point. Though it may pass, it is an indicator of how fragile the system is, a telling example of Our Lady’s words, “only the glory of God remains…” While grave concern sweeps those who are in the money world, many are frantically trying to move their wealth into precious metals. Kitco news reported yesterday:
The U.S. Mint announced Thursday that it has temporarily sold out of American Eagle Silver Eagle Bullion coins. “Our rate of sale in just the first part of March exceeds 300% of what was sold last month,” the Mint said in a press release Thursday. “West Point is working diligently to produce additional inventory and once additional inventory is produced, we will again begin allocations.”
– Kitco News
Demand for Physical Silver is Surging and the U.S. Mint Can’t Keep Up, March 12, 2020
A Friend of Medjugorje wrote in 2010, that precisely such a thing would happen. His words were informed by Our Lady’s messages, Her plans in Medjugorje showing what was coming. As he has mentioned before, Our Lady’s messages are not doomsday messages, but they are messages of light, to enlighten the right path to follow. If God has chosen to send Our Lady to the world in this time, it is wise to pay heed to Her instructions. A Friend of Medjugorje writes about how foolish man has become:
Everyone trusted the silver dollar certificate because they knew if they wanted silver they had the confidence that when they went into a bank, anywhere, they would come out with silver. Silver dimes, silver quarters, silver dollars. The irony in discovering this lie (the money system we have now) is that you can take advantage of what men of another age would call this age, a bunch of fools. By not being a fool, you can presently take worthless fiat paper dollars and buy as much silver as you can before everyone else who are fools wake up. In other words, today you can take advantage of this foolish age by getting free silver by exchanging worthless paper for it. If this was not so serious, it would be funny. Indeed, man, in the first half of the 1900s, would be laughing and talking about that on every street corner. But the opportunity to get ‘free silver’ will go away as more people ‘unfool’ themselves and learn of truth and God’s ways. What is really funny is that you can actually buy silver today with dollars that are no different than the fake money found in a Monopoly game, except instead of a game, you can actually use worthless fiat money to buy silver. How long will this last? When enough people, all who have been fooled, are no longer fooled because they acquired common sense. Our Lady tells us Jesus is:
December 2, 2007
“…the light of common sense.”
– a Friend of Medjugorje
Chapter 13, It Ain’t Gonna Happen, 2010
When a world situation, such as the coronavirus shakes people out of being “fooled”, and they begin to “unfool” themselves, common sense takes over. The recent run on silver bullion coins is one example. Whether it is disinfectant, bread, milk, eggs, bottled water, it is in human nature during a crisis, to leave what is superflous and go back to the basics. A Friend of Medjugorje has been writing about this for over 30 years. Our Lady’s plan in Medjugorje is to lead us back to being “unfooled”, to common sense, to basics, to a simpler way to live.
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