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The Lady of All NationsPray before the Cross:

"Lord Jesus Christ, Son of the Father, send now Your Spirit over the earth. Let the Holy Spirit live in the hearts of all nations, that they may be preserved from degeneration, disaster and war. May the Lady of All Nations, who once was Mary, be our Advocate. Amen.”

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October 7, 1945

Our Lady of the Rosary

The Eastern peoples

I see a sun and a half-moon, and I am given to understand: that is the Far East. I see China with a red flag. [1] After that I see Muslims and all the other Eastern peoples. Above all those peoples I see red on one side and black on the other, but far less of the latter. I hear that voice saying,

“It seems that this is dwindling down to a minimum.”

The road to the castle

Then I see a long, beautiful road. I have to start along that road, but it is as if I have no mind for it. I represent humanity. Then I set off along that road. I feel so tired; yet I must plod on, very slowly. I am at the end of this road, and I am standing in front of a big castle with towers. The gate is opened from the inside. A hand beckons me to come in, but I do not want to; it is as if I have to step back. Yet I go in. Someone seizes me by the hand, and I see the woman in white, the Lady. She smiles at me and says,


My hand hurts––it is unbearable––but the Lady clasps it tightly and we go on.

The garden of justice

I come into a magnificent garden––splendidly beautiful––completely different from what you see here on earth. The Lady takes me to a certain spot and says,

“This is Justice; this they must seek outside, and it must be recovered; otherwise the world will be lost again.”

While saying this, the Lady points outside. It seems to me as if I could feel Justice.

My hand hurts so much, and I cannot bear it; but the Lady smiles and pulls me along.

The garden of truth

We go to another part of the garden and the Lady says, while moving her finger to and fro as if in warning,

“This is Truth. Listen carefully. Truth is also here inside, but not out there. Not at all”,

she adds. Truth comes over me as a feeling, too. I want to shake off her hand, and I say, “It is so heavy.”

The Catholic Church

But then the Lady points something out to me, and it is as if I am above something with a bird’s-eye view. I raise two fingers, and suddenly I see our Pope and beneath him the Vatican. Then I see the entire Church of Rome. In the sky above the Vatican
I see written in large and clear characters, ‘Encyclical letters’.

“That is the good way”,

the Lady says to me with emphasis.

“But they are not being lived up to”,

she says sadly.

Once more I see the Vatican and the entire Catholic Church around it. The Lady looks at me and puts a finger to her lips, while saying to me,

“As a secret between you and me,”

and again she puts a finger to her lips and adds very softly,

“not always there either.”

Once more she smiles at me. She looks at me encouragingly and then says,

“But it can be righted.”

Keeping pace with the times

And then I see other churches of various confessions before me. The Lady raises her finger in warning, and, showing me the entire Catholic Church again, she says,

“The Catholic Church can certainly grow larger, but ...”

and then she breaks off and I see long lines of priests, students, nuns, etc., walking past me.
Once more the Lady shakes her head and says with emphasis,

“It is too bad, but this is good for nothing.”

And again she says,

“This is good for nothing.”

She looks ahead severely. Then she points at the students, priests and clergy, and says with emphasis,

“A better formation, keeping pace with the times, more up-to-date, more social.”

A new, white dove

Then I see a black dove flying above our Church. “Not a white one,” I say, “but a black one.” The Lady points at that dove, saying,

“That is the old spirit which must disappear.”

I suddenly see that dove changing into a white one. The Lady says,

“This is a new, white dove. It is sending out its rays in all directions, for the world is tottering; a few more years and the world would perish. Yet He is coming and He will put the world in order, but ...”

and the Lady waits a while,

“they must listen.”

The Lady emphasizes the word ‘must’, as if warning again. Then she says,

“They want to go back, away from here; they do not want to come to this place; they are averse to it––the people.”

Take up the Cross

Then she again takes me along. We go further, very deep into the garden, and we come to a large Cross.

“Take it up; He has gone before you”,

the Lady says. I refuse, and feel as if the people of the whole world did the same and turned their backs upon the Cross. I am pulled by the hand and once more I see the Lady standing before me, with her hand in mine. She again says,


The Cross into the world

I now see a radiant, translucent figure in a long garment walking in front of us; it is a man’s figure but completely spiritualised. He is carrying a very large Cross; it is dragging along the ground. His face I cannot see; it is all one blaze of light. He is going into the world with the Cross, but no one is following Him.


the Lady says to me.

“He is walking there, alone in this world. It is getting even worse until a certain moment when something dreadful happens and all at once the Cross is standing in the midst of the world. Now they have to look, whether they like it or not.”

The victory of the Cross

Then I see all sorts of strange images. I see swastikas beneath the Cross; I see them fall; then stars––they fall away; sickles and hammers––everything falls beneath that Cross. I see red; the red does not fall away completely. The Lady says,

“Everyone looks up. Now, all of a sudden, they want to, but at a cost ...

It was black on the globe, but now everything has brightened up. Now you see that everything passes; nothing lasts.”

The Rosary

My hand feels like it’s getting lighter now. All at once I see the Lady again with the Rosary, and she says,

“Keep on praying––the whole world!”

She points at the crucifix and says,

“The whole world, however, will have to return to it––great and small, poor and rich––but it will take effort.”

The Lady will help

Now I see the globe before me, and, placing her foot on it, the Lady says,

“I place my foot on the world. I will help them and lead them to the goal, but they must listen ...”

Then all at once I see everything go away before my eyes.
[1] Four years later, in 1949, the communistic People’s Republic of China was proclaimed, following a fierce civil war.

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
                  41  |  42  |  43  | 44  |  45  | 46  | 47  |  4849  | 50  |  51  | 52  | 53  |  54  | 55  | 56

Appendix I  |  Appendix II  |  Appendix  III  |  Appendix IV  |  Appendix V  |  Appendix VI

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