The Revelation and the predicted death of the three bishops

The death of the 3 Dutch bishops in 1966-1967, that Lambert van Delft had predicted, fitted well with the path of the comet Ikeya Seki and with the Revelation of John. This was found out almost 20 years after the warning letter.

The following is a translation of Ster van de Zee Nr 22, 2 March 1985, pages 57 and 58.

The brain cancer of Mgr. Bekkers and the orbit of the comet Ikeya-Seki

And the fourth angel poured out his vial upon the sun; and power was given unto him to scorch men with fire. Rev 16:8.

In 1960 Rome obstructed publication of the third secret of Fatima. Thereafter the Archangel Michael came to Garabandal in 1961, in the diocese of Santander, among others with the message that we have to be very good, otherwise the chastisement will hit us. The bowl is being filled already. On October 18 the children were allowed to publish this, after they and the audience had witnessed together a red star with a very long tail.

Very good, so very good shepherds who give their sheep what God finds necessary for them, and who give God what is due to Him

On June 18, 1965 the Archangel returned. People had not done what he had told. Now the bowl of God’s wrath overflew. Saint Michael: “Priests, bishops and cardinals are heading for ruin in large numbers, and they attract still more souls with them”.

And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity; the sea and the waves roaring. Luke, 21:25

God emphasized the message of his Angel with a sign in the stars. On September 18, 1965, the Japanese astronomers Ikeya and Seki discovered a new comet, that was named after them, close to the head of the hydra, the watersnake. In ancient mythology, Herakles defeated this 9-headed monster, but every time he cut off a head, a vast stream of blood came up from which new heads grew. Thus the wounds had to be cauterized. When he reached the last head, Hera sent him a lobster to byte him. Armoured with these figures and names of the star constellations, we can still see in the sky the hydra with her last head and above that the lobster. The figure below shows the orbit of the comet Ikeya-Seki. In the lobster (Cancer) we also see the star heap Preasepe (crib).

IkeaSeki path

The comet was discovered near the head of the Hydra (watersnake), went through the cup and along the Raven, passed Spica and fell into pieces near the sun on Thursday, October 21, at about 3.50 world time.

The Latin name for the cup is crater, the big mixing vessel.

in the cup which she hath filled fill to her double (Rev 18:6)

The hydra appears in Don Bosco’s great, prophetic dream of January 5, 1870. In his message for the supreme shepherd: “If you cannot proceed don’t give up but persist until the head of the hydra of error has been crushed”.

With crib we should not sentimentally think of the Christmas stable, but rather of the Revelation:

And she brought forth a man child, who was to rule all nations with a rod of iron (Rev 12:5)
He shall rule them with a rod of iron: and he treadeth the winepress of the fierceness and wrath of Almighty God (Rev 19:15)

It seems that in 1965 the child of the crib used the lobster’s leg to crush hydra’s head. In the blood bath the new comet appeared and took the blood as it were to the cup. There he resided on October 12, so exactly 4 years after the people in Garabandal had viewed the red star with the long tail.

From then on the comet symbolizes that the cup overflows from hydra blood, which is as it were poured out upon the sun. There the comet falls into pieces so that it did not return to the Raven as astronomers had expected.

This happening in the stars was one of the reasons that we wrote on 19 (20) January 1966 a warning letter to the seven bishops of the Netherlands. A few days later there was the terrible message that bishop Bekkers had a brain tumor. The Latin name of lobster is cancer, and this also means cancer. Krebs say the Germans. In the unfortunate head was everything as it were sketched in a living human being. Mgr Bekkers died in Tilburg on May 9, 1966. I had not even in the least thought of my first diocese when I wrote the letter.

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