Tales Of Heaven
Translation: Alain Quenneville
"I SEE HEAVEN OPEN ”
“Jesus said, I am: and ye shall see the Son of man sitting on the right hand of power, and coming in the clouds of heaven.” (Mark14, 62)
…Since these are tales on Christian death, one can mix faith with simple theological assumptions. These tales are likely to be appreciated by the many faithful living with similar viewpoints, particularly in the days following All Saints' Day.
Readers must be mindful to distinguish what is on one hand faith and what on the other is the result of an illustrative imagination.
Father Mr. Dupuy, Secretary of the service of Imprimatur,
Archbishop's palace of Paris October 29th, 2006
…Thank you for your good work relating to the Communion of saints. Your initiative in making it available to all realities of the faith relating to the communion of saints and life everlasting is excellent. I find it in total conformity with the mission of the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Montligeon.
Thank you for your work
Father Paul Preauxs, Vice-chancellor of the Montligeon, sanctuary
Devoted to souls in purgatory. November 2nd, 2006
GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO ALL CATHOLIC THEOLOGY
In order to relate these stories it is necessary to approach the mystery of God and what He proposes. Without doing so, these stories would appear senseless even scandalous, because they narrate our wandering, our suffering and our eventual death here on earth. However it is obvious that everything is in God’s hand and can find its explanation, only in who God is. Faced with the reality of the suffering in our lives, two explanations are possible
The one offered to Eve by the revolted angel who says: “God subjects man to wandering on earth only to dominate him. He made Himself the enemy of his freedom and of his personal dignity to remain God.
Viewed offhandedly this would appear to be legitimate. It could be said that happiness is indeed inaccessible, or at least transitory. The rich person are consumed with anguish, the poor aspire to riches, happy people age. It is as if the Creator had instituted laws, which were completely at odds with our happiness.
- That of God’s: Where He explained it Himself in a great cry and with tears, when he came to earth: “It is to prepare your souls, not for happiness here on earth but for eternal bliss.” and God made Himself, man, dying, to show us that all He did came from a love for us and not from a thirst for power.
Here is the explanation for everything, in words, which the God the Father could have used:
“I created you for Love, for Light and infinite Power. And your soul will never rest for as long as it can’t find it. However, it is Me and only Me, the Lord who is the Holy Spirit (Love), (Light) and Father (Power), who is. I promise it by myself. No one else can fulfill your soul.”
“However no one may see me without a total surrendering of the self.” If it were possible to do this differently, I would make it so. It would be given immediately to all men, on their creation. My Son asked it of me on the Thursday of his Passion: “Father, if it is possible, may this cup passes far from me.” I cannot. It is because I have surrendered “My self”. I, the Father am only by my Son; I, the Son am only by my Father; I, the Holy Spirit, am only their love. This humility, this surrender of the self is fundamental, without it, no one can understand me since all in Me is humility. The proud cannot see me nor can he understand me.
Therefore it is to prepare your souls that I give you all, and then take all away when you pass through this world. I do it for everybody, the wicked and the righteous and even the saints (those who know me and love me already). Earth is likened to Golgotha with its three crosses.
Then, at the hour of death, I appear to you in the form of my angel or better, in my humanity (Jesus), accompanied by the saints, the angels and the myriads from heaven.
And there, in all humility, I’ll explain everything. I’ll show you all my love, all my light, all my power. If you love me in return, I’ll propose to you. If you accept me, I promise, I betroth myself, and I will espouse you forever.
In addition, I will wipe away your tears and you shall not remember death. I will make you Almighty. My Holy Spirit will forever be in your soul. I will then give you a glorious body, more beautiful and immortal. I will fulfill you beyond any expectations.
I won’t compel those who don’t want to become humble to love me. I will leave them free. I will give them the same gifts as to those who love me, but they won’t be able to see me. Alas those who won’t love me will regrettably have transformed this gift into a foolish hell. All because they cut off my presence which would have fulfilled their souls.”