Akita and the Amazon Synod
Since we published the story about the new message Sister Agnes received from her angel there has been no shortage of questions raised. The first round related to our credibility as a news source, which is fair, and we have offered a reply.
More inquiries have been made recently for an update from Sister Agnes regarding current events and a possible correlation to current events.
We continue to ask with our source who is close to Sister Agnes but as now, with no further update, we’d like to offer a review of the Akita articles we published since the story, and other events, and statements have been provided by prelates.
WQPH receives the story from a confidant of Sister Agnes
The story came to us the closing day of the Amazon Synod. It was discussed that evening and it was published the next day. We have no control over the timing but our understanding is that our source was looking urgently to get the new message out to the public and word finally reached us.
An update was provided soon after, as our source recalled a piece of the message she forgot to emphasize: that “the time is near”.
Exorcists in Rome call for a day of reparation
Soon after the Synod, exorcists from Rome called for a global day of prayer and fasting to atone for what they were saying was a significant breech of the Vatican following the Synod. This call was published on November 11th, with the day of reparation to be December 6th.
WQPH did promote this call to prayer by the exorcists although we struggled internally with the absence of the Akita message in the call, the primary reason of our concern being the exclusivity Our Lady of Akita put on her own warning. If the message is credible then it is essential. There is no wiggle room.
Pray very much the prayers of the Rosary. I alone am able still to save you from the calamities which approach. Those who place their confidence in me will be saved.– Ending portion of Our Lady of Akita’s third and final message
WQPH reviews two available sources of Akita information
With no new updates, we worked instead to provide a comprehensive overview of Akita, from a transcript of a definitive documentary in which Sr. Agnes appeared and expressed her approval of, and a four part series (part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4) of excerpts from Akita: The Tears and Message of Mary, written by Sister Agnes’ spiritual director, Father Teiji Yasuda.
Some key insights found in both the text and documentary were…
- The strong resistance from inside the Church to the authenticity of the Akita apparitions, going so far as to label Sr. Agnes a psychopath in possession of “ectoplasmic powers”, and ultimately concluding that 101 tears emitted from the statue “can only be recognized if more important miracles take place.”
- The affinity of the Fr. Teiji to the Marian encyclical of Pope Paul VI, Marialis Cultus, and his account of the resistance in the Church to Marian devotions
- The significance placed on dates, especially feast dates such as the Feast of Saint Joseph
- The multiple forms of evidence, sometimes painstakingly collected, including blood samples (from statue’s wounded hand) and tear samples, both of which were processed by multiple independent laboratories, and professional photographic evidence of the miracle provided for a segment on Japanese news called “lie or reality?”
Finally, having exhausted the information apparent to us, we began working on other materials.
The Pachamama idol
Regarding the Pachamama idol, we have a few significant points to consider…
- First, we saw an early attempt to construe the idol as a Marian symbol, this was refuted by Pope Francis who presided over the ceremonies.
- Second, we have a statement by Fr. Mitch Pacwa, who has written a definitive book on pagan worship, connecting worship of the Pachamama idol to earthquakes in the Andes.
- Third, we have a statement by Cardinal Burke that the Pachamama is “a demon who requires the blood sacrifice for peace,” and another statement by Archbishop Athanasius Schneider that the Pachamama represents a “World Mother.”
A connection to the Coronavirus?
Finally, is the message of Akita directly related to Coronavirus? Studying the message, the scope remains broad about the condition of man being the cause of a coming chastisement, greater than the flood of Noah’s time. It does not specify a plague.
The Amazon Synod’s opening date does correlate with the date Sr. Agnes saw her angel and heard the new message, but it must be stated in summary that Akita is linked by its closest observers as a continuation of Fatima. Both the messages of Akita and Fatima convey a description of things to come but are fundamentally calls to repentance.
My dear daughter, listen well to what I have to say to you. You will inform your superior. As I told you, if men do not repent and better themselves, the Father will inflict a terrible punishment on all of humanity . It will be a punishment greater than the deluge, such as one will never have seen before. Fire will fall from the sky and will wipe out a great part of humanity, the good as well as the bad, sparing neither priests nor faithful.– Beginning portion of Our Lady of Akita’s third and final message
Sister Agnes’ new message does make reference to Jonah of Nineveh, a note that was provided by our source based on her understanding of what Sr. Agnes was saying. Our source notes (with our translation):
Jonah’s prophecy (Jonah 3:1-10) (October 8th first reading) clad in sackcloth and sit upon ashes.– A new message from Sister Agnes of Our Lady of Akita
WQPH has taken this to be the spirit of the message; that we are like Nineveh during the time of Jonah, and that people should take on penances, which the virus has clearly provided, and pray the Rosary daily.
Accentuating the Pachamama idol, as gravely offensive as it is, risks diluting this call to repentance because it makes an external object out of culpability that might be solved simply by removing that object, and not the attachment to sin of each person. Ultimately, every idol is a culmination of disorder and disorientation of the people.
And the people seeing that Moses delayed to come down from the mount, gathering together against Aaron, said: Arise, make us gods, that may go before us: for as to this Moses, the man that brought us out of the land of Egypt, we know not what has befallen him. And Aaron said to them: Take the golden earrings from the ears of your wives, and your sons and daughters, and bring them to me.– Exodus 32:1-2
As the formal idols were removed courageously from the Church, let us now remove the idols from our hearts and throw ourselves into the unfathomable river of God’s mercy.
– Members of WQPH