November 22, 2004
To: All faithful followers of Our Heavenly Mother’s Mission throughout the world.
Re: Mary Jane Even
It saddens me, deeply, to advise you that after some eighteen (18) years of unity between myself and Dr. Mary Jane Even, Seer of the United States, she has now severed her ties with us. On 13th November 2004, she made a public statement regarding alleged messages she had received, and which she subsequently gave out while in Japan.
It is very clear that Mary Jane Even has disassociated herself with us, and it can easily be seen that her messages of late are not coming from Heaven, as demonstrated by the following:
ALLEGED MESSAGE FROM JESUS 13 NOVEMBER 2004
OUR LORD: My sweet children, I wish to speak with you tonight, a few matters that are important to Heaven, and it is necessary that you understand. It has to do with the ‘Little Pebble’, Father Broussard, Franz Keiler, and all those who have supported these Seers for many years.
As you are aware the ‘Little Pebble’ is in some difficulty now, and he has a Court Case, which he has been working on. We are observing, very carefully, the activities of that Court Case, and if he is found guilty then we’ll rethink his position, and there may be a change in the leadership of the Mystical Church.
Franz Keiler has always been the favourite with Heaven for the role of next Pope. We await the way in this Court Case -- is moving ahead for the ‘Little Pebble’ and then make decision at that time for his acceptance to Heaven for his role. Heaven cannot accept scandal.
Now I tell you Father Broussard has never ever been mentioned in the Vatican as a candidate for Bishop. That means that those who think he has ordained them must rethink again.. There are many people today who wonder about this. Heaven has never given approval for the Ordination of Father Broussard as a Bishop. There may then be some change in the manner in which people perceive the ‘Little Pebble’s’ position, Father Broussard’s position, and also the Priests that he indicted have ordained.
Now I wish to talk about your money. You must understand, dear children, that after the Warning there will be no bank. When the Holy Father flees the Vatican, the World Press and Media will tell you. We have about three months to six months in which we can try to get money from the bank. Heaven will advise you when all that needs to take place.
Now it is recommended in the messages, which have yet to be sent to you that you try to take out a little at a time now. We don’t have that long to go. If you count your fingers and you count up to thirteen or fourteen months, that is all you have. Again very carefully go through what we have given you for your consideration. There are many things yet to be told to you in the messages, and we will try to send them out quickly as ?????? taken over now by God the Father.
We are pleased to have been here with you for this retreat. We hope we have given you many ideas for meditation and for your spiritual services.
After My daughter gives you the Gift of Love, she will stand and I will bless you all with the Gift.
If it were really Jesus speaking He would already know the outcome of my Court Case: [Dr. Mary Jane:] "We are observing, very carefully, the activities of that Court Case, and if he is found guilty then we’ll rethink his position, and there may be a change in the leadership of the Mystical Church. Franz Keiler has always been the favourite with Heaven for the role of next Pope."
This message is total human fabrication.
In 1997, Mary Jane publicly supported that the ‘Little Pebble’ would be the last Pope, as did Franz Keiler. God does not change decisions, or ships.
Franz Keiler has now died and gone to Heaven.
In the second part of message of Mary Jane Even -- regarding only 18 months left, and the need to withdraw money, -- is also not correct. We still have some years before the Warning, and many signs to look for first.
I advise all followers to disregard her messages, or discern them, very carefully.
Wishing God’s Blessings upon you.
The ‘Little Pebble’
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