Mother Ignacia Healing Ministry19 Sep 2019 06:36 am

Overview of the Aramco Tragedy * Are we at the brink of WW3?





A critical geopolitical event has unfolded. Drone attacks on two ARAMCO oil refineries in Saudi Arabia, the largest worldwide, is predicted to soon cut Saudi oil production by half and world supply by 5%. Global price of crude instantly soared by 20%. Houthi rebels claim responsibility, but the US suspects it is an Iranian initiative, because the Houthis have no knowledge of drones, and are 1,000 kilometers away, too far to launch drones. Shiite militants in Northern Iraq, allies of Iran, are the suspects, but there is no evidence yet presented.


Russia said it is not productive to blame without evidence. Trump said the US is ‘locked and loaded’ if evidence emerges. In defensive response, Iran said US carriers and bases are within range of its missiles. If the US invades Iran, the last buffer to the Russian border, Russia will be forced to join the war. About 10,000 Houthis have reportedly been killed by Saudi aerial bombings in Yemen in the last 5 years.


The ingredients for peace are gradually being eroded. The prophecies of Our Lady of Fatima are slowly unfolding. We need to pray hard. This is a call to prayer for world peace. Say the rosary daily, and a fast once a week for the atonement of Man’s sins.




Oh Jesus of Divine Mercy, grant each of us inner peace, peace in our homes, our nation, and our troubled world, especially the Middle East. Grant us wisdom in our confusion, reconciliation in our conflicts, forgiveness in our hatred, and strength to persevere in you and for you. Grant us this favor, Oh Jesus of Divine Mercy, through our mother and yours, Our Lady of Fatima and Our Lady Mediatrix of All Grace. Amen. (3 Hail Mary’s).


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Mother Ignacia Healing Ministry12 Sep 2019 06:53 am

The first nuclear bomb of human history * Why 8 Jesuits 5 blocks from ground zero survived.

Why eight Jesuits five blocks from ground zero survived.
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By Bernie V. Lopez,
Freelance blogger, retired columnist Philippine Daily Inquirer
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August 6, 1945, feast of the Transfiguration, marks the infamous date in human history. The first-ever nuclear bomb fell on Hiroshima, Japan, heralding the nuclear age where Man is now capable of destroying Himself and the Earth many times over, as prophesied by Our Lady of Fatima.
Everything was vaporized within a mile, except for a church five blocks from Ground Zero. About 100,000 were killed instantly, and the casualties climbed up to about ten-fold within a few years due to radiation sickness. Fr. Hubert Schiffer, SJ, one of the survivors, said, “We survived because we were living the message of Fatima. We lived and prayed the rosary in that home.” This is why Satan is so afraid of the rosary.
On the third apparition at Fatima, Our Lady showed the three children a terrifying vision of hell for Mankind, saying “If you do as I ask (prayer, penance, say the rosary), many souls will be saved, and peace will reign on Earth. The war will end, but if you do not stop offending God, there will be an even worse one.” Fatima predicted the Spanish Civil War, World Wars I and II, and a possible future nuclear war.
The 20-kiloton Hiroshima bomb is dwarfed today by thousands of multiple-warhead 5-megaton bombs worldwide (250 times more powerful). One such bomb can obliterate Manhattan in New York in the blink of an eye before one can say a prayer. There have been a few accidental cases of near nuclear war based not on conflict but on technical reasons or plain human error. The prospect of nuclear war today hangs over Mankind like the Sword of Damocles. Let us return to the Lord, resort to prayer and penance, and pray for peace on our troubled planet.
God-sent disasters are always followed by messages of hope, as in the rainbows that appeared to Noah after the deluge, in New York after 9/11, and in Tacloban after Yolanda. The God of wrath is the God of mercy, as shown in the eastwind posters below.
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Mother Ignacia Healing Ministry26 Aug 2019 08:43 pm

SIMPLE EMERGENCY TREATMENT OF DENGUE * New Version – Easy to Learn Primer * Please pass to save lives

The government has declared a state of national emergency due to dengue as of Aug. 3, 2019.
Dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF) is caused by a virus which attacks the blood and induces internal bleeding, which can cause death. There is no cure except a strong immunity system with the help of simple remedies and diet. The virus is carried by the dengue mosquito Aedes Aegypti transmitted to humans, which spreads rapidly during lingering dry seasons.
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  • Death toll is high because people do not know how to detect it right away. You can mistake it as ordinary fever. Children are very vulnerable.
  • Find out right away if it is dengue as soon as there is fever, especially in epidemic areas. Dengue begins with high fever. If fever goes down within 4 to 5 days, it may mean dengue has become serious. If it is too late, it can kill.
  • To detect dengue instantly at home due to fever, apply a tourniquet – tie a handkerchief around the upper arm, then twist with a pencil to tighten. Small red dots should appear in the skin near the tied area if one is infected. This does not always work, especially if tied loosel, or if it is the early stages of incubation-infection.
  • To be more sure and safer, rush the suspected victim immediately to the nearest hospital for a blood test. If the platelet count is low, it can cause internal bleeding which can kill the victim. Platelets are blood cells that cause clotting and prevent continuous bleeding. Monitor the platelet count with regular blood tests.
  • Consult a doctor.
  • There is no cure for dengue, except a strong immunity system through plenty of rest and sleep, and plenty of water, fruits and leafy vegetables rich in iron. The soup from green kamote shoots (talbos) helps.
  • Plenty of water is very important to avoid dehydration or lack of water in the body, which induces lower platelet count.
  • Buy at the drugstore Oresol or equivalent brands for rehydration or retention of water in the body. Keep a supply in epidemic areas.
  • Or make the tea from the Tawa-tawa leaves, also known as Gatas-gatas (Euphorbia Hirta). It also increases platelet count. Ask herbalists, who can help you identify the wild herb and where it grows. Or see if it is available in certain stores, like SM.
  • In places with no drugstore offering mosquito repellant, use ordinary coconut oil to prevent being bitten by dengue mosquitoes.
  • Dengue mosquito bites at daytime. Avoid places with stagnant water like creeks and ponds, or areas where there are many victims. Ask the local government to spray these waters.
  • Isolate victims from other members of the family, as a dengue mosquito can bite a victim and transmit it to others.
  • Find out if your town has or is going towards a dengue epidemic, hinted by many deaths. Consider moving to relatives in non-epidemic areas.
Let us pray to Jesus and Mother Mary to contain this growing epidemic, which can kill many, sometimes more than a typhoon or an earthquake. amdg.


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Mother Ignacia Healing Ministry11 Aug 2019 06:33 pm

From Drugs and Jail to Best Seller * Paulo Coelho’s THE ALCHEMIST 26m sold in 56 Languages

If you  do not fulfill your dream, you are nothing.
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By Bernie V. Lopez,
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Paulo Coelho’s life is a story of depression to inspiration, despair to enlightenment, anonymity to fame, poverty to wealth. His life was a roller-coaster ride from darkness to light. His novel The Alchemist, which sold 26 million copies in 56 languages, transported him to stardom.


Born into a conservative Catholic family in Rio de Janeiro, Paulo Coelho, was an introverted rebel who was committed into a mental institution by his parents at the age of 17. He tried to escape three times and was finally released at the age of 20. In the 60s, he dropped out of law school, picked up a backpack, and roamed South America, North Africa, Mexico, and Europe, where he started taking drugs.


He then became a songwriter, where he was influenced by magic and occultism from the music he was immersed in. In 1974, he was arrested and tortured by the military who viewed his lyrics as subversive and dangerous. He worked as an actor, theater director, and journalist before exploding into fame and fortune as a writer.


The beginning of the explosion happened in 1986 when he walked 500 miles to Santiago de Compostela, a noted pilgrim’s road in Northern Spain. There, he saw the light, the same light that blinded St. Paul from a life of persecution to a life of service to the Lord. He had a spiritual awakening that would turn his world upside down, a free fall that would fulfill a long lost dream when he was 17. He began a career in writing on top of his lucrative songwriting profession.


His life was made into a biographical film in 2014. THE PILGRAIM – STORY OF PAULO COELHO, first in Portuguese, then translated into English. One of the producers, Iona de Macedo, told noted international film magazine Screen International, “The film tells the story of a man who has a dream. It’s a little like Alice in Wonderland – he’s someone who is too big for his house.”


The Alchemist was originally published by a small Brazilian publishing firm, then headed for the stratosphere when it was taken by Harper Collins in 1994. When it came out, he was the object of biased press criticism from all sides, being a former drug user and ‘subversive’ ex-convict. Ironically, the more he was criticized and beaten to a pulp by critics, the more people read his book. That was how he was instantly catapulted into fame.


But why and how did The Alchemist gain so many readers in so short a time. What is its mystique that awed the world? The story was simple but the spirituality profound. The story revolved around a shepherd boy, Santiago, who had a dream. In his travels, he encounters people and places which helped him fulfill his dream. That is the simple story.


Paolo writes, “We all need to be aware of our personal calling.” He says that we all have a path that God chose for us here on earth. Not all have the courage to confront his dream. The obstacles can be immense but love is the stimulus, the energy. We have to overcome the fear of failure, the same fear of a baby eagle during first flight, when he soars or he dies. Paolo knew a lot about failure. He was an ‘expert’ in it.


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