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@Spirit Daily

American seer Sister Mildred Neuzil of Ohio received a message pertaining to nuclear war that seems to connect with messages given at Fatima during the famous 1917 apparitions.

On January 3, 1984, the nun, who experienced the "Our Lady of America" apparitions, quoted the Blessed Virgin Mary as saying, "My faithful one, if my warnings are taken seriously and enough of my children strive constantly and faithfully to renew and reform themselves in their inward and outward lives, then there will be no nuclear war. What happens to the world depends upon those who live in it. There must be much more good than evil prevailing in order to prevent the holocaust that is so near approaching."

This is enthralling because it was that very year, just two months later, on March 25, that Pope John Paul II consecrated the world to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, as requested at Fatima. And according to Fatima seer Lucia dos Santos, that consecration prevented a nuclear war from occurring in 1985.

Thus, Our Lady of America's warning of a "holocaust" -- one that was so "near approaching" -- appears chillingly accurate. And the connection to Fatima (which reaches a high anniversary on October 13) doesn't end there. In her later years Sister Neuzil also claimed to have encountered mighty angels who were protecting America and who held flaming swords. At Fatima the famous "third secret" also involved the image of an angel with a flaming sword!

If that isn't enough, Sister Neuzil's mystical experiences began in 1938 -- the year of the "great sign" prophesied at Fatima. This came in the way of an unusual display of the aurora borealis, as there have recently been unusual displays of the aurora -- which in the case of Fatima warned of war. It was in January of 1938 that the northern lights were seen from eastern Europe to the U.S.

One of the most important appearances to Sister Neuzil occurred on October 13, 1956, anniversary of the great sun miracle at Fatima. It was on that date that she said the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington was to become a place of her "wonders."

"Making the Rosary a family prayer is very pleasing to me," said Our Lady of America. "I ask that all families strive to do so. But be careful to say it with great devotion, meditating on each mystery and striving to imitate in your daily lives the virtues depicted therein. Live the mysteries of the Rosary as I lived them, and it will become a chain binding you to me forever. They who are found in the circle of my Rosary will never be lost. I myself will lead them at death to the throne of my Son, to be eternally united to Him. Write these words upon your hearts, my dear children, because of the compassion I have for you in my Immaculate heart.

"Oh, if you knew the punishments I am holding back from you by my pleading and intercession on your behalf!"

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