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Appendix VI

Dream of June 24, 1959

Last night, the night of June 24, I had a very peculiar dream. It was as follows. I was somewhere, I don’t know where. Suddenly a woman came up to me and wanted to have an interview with me. I resisted, but finally I had to give in. Inwardly I called to the Lady, and suddenly our talk went very smoothly.

We came to talk about the last vision, that of May 31, 1959, and she asked me for an interpretation of it. And then something remarkable happened. I said, “I don’t know what to think of it.” But suddenly it was as if I had an inspiration, and I started speaking to the woman, “Isn’t it interesting”, I said, “but in my humble opinion the vision refers to the prayer, which is shown as an image of a farewell.” But then she asked for an explanation.

I said, “Look—Lord Jesus Christ (first the sight of the Figure), Son of the Father (again and again the impression: yet there are two), send now Your Spirit over the earth. Let the Holy Spirit live in the hearts of all nations (from out of their midst came a dove, with an indescribable light, and it shot like an arrow down to the earth and nations). May the Lady of All Nations, who once was Mary, etc. (then I saw the Lady in all her glory, with a heavenly crown, etc., and no longer the Lady as I used to see her in the church, at home, etc., as Mary).”

In the morning I wanted to tell this dream to my family, but I was no longer able. I said, “I had a very peculiar dream, but I can no longer remember the interpretation that I had to give.”

Last night, however, June 25, 1959, I received the interpretation again very clearly. No longer in conjunction with the interview. It was as if I were awake, but in reality I wasn’t, because I slept well last night, for the first time in a while.

There was something else quite peculiar about that dream. The woman who came up to me in the dream was, at first, an ordinary woman. She asked me for an interpretation of the message of May 31, 1959. I resisted, because I’ve never been able to interpret the messages. Then the woman looked at me and, as if I suddenly received an inspiration, I began to speak. But at that moment I suddenly recognized that the woman was the Lady—coming as an ordinary person.

Messages given to Ida Peerdman from Our Lady (Mary, the Mother of Jesus):

First read an introduction, explanations and importance of the messages then read them as given to Ide Peerdman from the individual pages below. Included also are notes in the 6 Appendices, the Church's Position, The Prayer and addresses to Contact

Introduction  |  Explanations  |  The Themes & Their Importance
Final Marian Dogma  |  The Church's Position  |  Take Action

The Messages: 

1  |  2  | 3  |  4  | 5  | 6  |  7  | 8  | 9  |  10  | 11  | 12  |  13  | 14  | 15  |  16  | 17  |  18  |  19  | 20  | 21
22  |  23  |  24  | 25  |  26  | 27  | 28  |  29  | 30  | 31  |  32  | 33  | 34  |  35  | 36  | 37  |  38  | 39  | 40
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Appendix I  |  Appendix II  |  Appendix  III  |  Appendix IV  |  Appendix V  |  Appendix VI

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