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The fierce attacks on me by the devils yesterday continued today, March 28, the last Sunday of Lent and only one week before Easter. Yesterday, March 27, at about 2 p.m., when I entered the bathroom, the devils suddenly twined a shower hose around my neck and yanked on it to strangle and kill me. I struggled fiercely not to be dragged, but the toilet seat warmer which I was holding on to separated from the toilet and I fell backward on the floor.
Hearing my scream and the thud from my falling on the floor, the sister who assists me rushed in and chased away the devils by sprinkling holy water. She saw the shower hose twined in a double cord around my neck and head. Because the devils had been strangling and pulling me hard, I was lying on a spot on the floor farther away than the usual length of the shower hose.
The helpers tried to untie the hose around my neck, but succeeded only after much effort because it was tied so tightly. They were perplexed, because the devils tied the hose, which was not very pliable, and strangled me in just a few seconds after I entered the bathroom. Because I had much difficulty moving myself because of the extreme pains and the repeated attacks by Satan to kill me during Lent, I just remained in bed, meditating and not moving.
On March 28, at about 3 a.m., it suddenly became bright before me, and the Blessed Mother, wearing a white dress and a blue mantle, came and appealed sadly, shedding tears of blood.
While suffering the pains, I offered them up as the prayers of life, not neglecting even a sound of my breath, in order to continue wiping the Blessed Mother’s tears of blood and giving consolation to the wounded Hearts of Jesus and the Blessed Mother. While I was lying down in my bed because of extreme pains and meditating on the Blessed Mother’s messages, I shed tears. A sister, who was helping me, was startled and said, “Oh, no! Blood is coming out of your eyes!
I stood up, looked at me in the mirror, and was surprised myself, because I was feeling that tears were continuously flowing down from my eyes causing so much pain that I had difficulty opening my eyes, but when I looked at me in the mirror, I only saw blood around my eyes, which was not flowing down. Lord! I offer up these sufferings despite my unworthiness for the triumph of the Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Mother. Praise and glory to the Lord, Amen!
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