by Fr Richard Heilman | January 6, 2018 8:09 PM
I think St. John Bosco wants everyone to join Nineveh 90 for Life. Here’s why I say that …
Well known is St. John Bosco’s “dream of the two columns” where he foresaw the future difficulties of the Church, envisioned as a ship on stormy seas. Several popes strive to moor the Church and anchor it between two columns which arose amid the dangerous waters. The columns symbolized the two devotions to Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament and to Mary Immaculate, the Help of Christians. Calm and peace for the Church is won only when one of the popes finally succeeds in anchoring the Church between the two columns.
Another symbolic St. John Bosco dream/prophecy is less-known, which can shed light on interpreting the dream of the two columns.
The dream/prophecy ends as follows:
“There shall yet come a violent hurricane. Iniquity is at an end, sin shall cease, and before two full moons shall have shone in the month of flowers, the rainbow of peace shall appear on earth … Throughout the world a sun so bright shall shine as never seen since the flames of the Cenacle until today, nor shall it be seen again until the end of time.”
Here’s an interesting insight that will blow you away …
This year, there is a rare occurrence of two full moons in the same month … two of these in the same year. When this happens, in any month, the second full moon, in that month, is referred to as a “blue moon.”
Get this …
On January 31, 2018, a super rare event will occur. This will be a “Super, Blue, Blood Moon.” “Super” because the moon is near to the earth. “Blue” because it is the second in a month. “Blood” because it will also be a lunar eclipse.
Okay, that’s pretty cool. But here’s the kicker. January 31 is the Feast of St. John Bosco. Is God highlighting St. John Bosco?
Wait, it get’s better.
Remember that I said there are two Blue Moon events in one year? Want to know when the second one is?
The second Blue Moon will occur in March, which contains the first day of Spring … you know, Spring … when flowers begin to bloom … “and before two full moons shall have shone in the month of flowers.” -St. John Bosco.
The Blue Moon in March occurs on March 31. What’s significant of that date? It coincides with Holy Saturday, which commemorates Our Lord’s descent into Hades and the Harrowing of Hell.
Wait, there’s still more!
Only now have I made all of these connections, concluding with this …
March 31 is DAY 90 OF NINEVEH 90 FOR LIFE!! THE DAY WE ALL MAKE OUR MARIAN CONSECRATION!! WOW!!!
Believe it or not, there is one last thing. St. John Bosco’s dream about the two moons in the month of flowers came to him on the Vigil of the Epiphany. Well …. that’s the same time I am making all of the these connections … the same time I am having an EPIPHANY!
Insert your own interpretations.
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