Monday, March 22, 2010

Medjugorje fraud?

You decide.

13 comments:

  1. I forgot to thank Vincenzo for the link.

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  2. very interesting. Wonder if there are other such video/films out there.

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  3. The Virgin looked like she was going to drop the Infant Jesus on the floor?
    What?
    Huh?
    Give me a break!!

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  4. If you take out the question mark from the post title you'd be stating a certifiable fact, not a question.

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  5. Hi Terry !

    I am the one who filmed Vicka and Jean-Louis in 1985, and also the editor and co-author of The Hidden Side of Medjugorje http://www.hidden-side-of-medjugorje.info.

    If you want to read the transcription and some explanation, in English, go to Marco Corvaglia's Blog - Medjugorje senza maschera http://marcocorvaglia.blog.lastampa.it/mcor/2009/07/ecstasy-or-simulation.html.

    When my site will be ready, before mid-April, I will present the context of that event with its detailed analysis and more images.

    Cordially,

    Louis

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  6. Austringer8:15 PM

    Father NP, my reaction was the same as yours: the Virgin Mary looked like she could drop the Infant Jesus??? Wha-a-a-?

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  7. Dear Louis - thanks for posting this important video on Youtube - Vincenzo deserves credit for finding it and alerting all of us to it - I look forward to your new site.

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  8. I believe that "somebody" who came into the room, was "Ivica Vego".

    Read about him several places here and here.

    Here is a live link to the verbal explanations, dates, etc. which Louis provided earlier. Ivica Vego probably should not have even been there that day.

    http://marcocorvaglia.blog.lastampa.it/mcor/2009/07/ecstasy-or-simulation.html

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  9. I'll say it again...mega forgery.

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  10. Thanks Diane - I had you in my links but I don't know what happened to you - I'll fix it.

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  11. Fraudulently shameful and unrepentant scandalous behavior of the worst kind - for infamy and profit.

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  12. Stay away from Medjugorje if you have any sense. It cost me my career in journalism. I had in my possession the complete files from the computer of an Franciscan priest in Medjugorje. It was going to be published on the internet by a mad American milliionaire until I organised to have it removed from his possession. He subsequently got me dismissed from my position with Melbourne's Sunday Herald Sun by causing a storm with the Australian head of News Ltd at the time (1998-99) Julian Clarke. I have no doubt Medjugorje is a fraud and it wasn't worth the trouble it caused. I destroyed the files because they were stolen from an American Franciscan who was about the only good priest living in Medjugorje and his life may have been in danger had the files been published.

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  13. http://medjugorje1.blogspot.ca/

    love that pic at the apex of your blog

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