22. Easter Break Ends
Due to the Easter break, I was unable to tell anyone at Georgian Court about the Virgin’s message until the campus reopened on Tuesday, April 18. Therefore, knowing how important was the divine message and its related events, I went, on that Tuesday, to the college. Again, I was on foot; and, I headed toward the same, gated entrance on 7th Street and Lakewood Avenue.
Before I entered the main campus, I wondered where I should go; that is, with whom would it be best to discuss the heavenly message that I had received? Suddenly, I heard a car’s horn. Turning, I noticed two chatting women, unrelated to the honk, standing beside an off-the-main-campus building on 7th Street.
Because I am the type to recognize the omnipresent LORD’s help everywhere (even in unrelated-to-me car honks), I interpreted the sudden noise as spiritual direction. Specifically, as a honk means “Hurry up!”, I felt that I, quickly, should speak to these noticed-due-to-the-honk women before they concluded their chat and left. Seemingly, these women could properly direct me. That I gathered because, due to their appearances, they were not Orthodox-Jewish, and therefore, must work for the college. (That immediate area beside the campus was residential and seemed even 100% Orthodox Jewish. Consequently, a not-Orthodox-Jewish woman in that location was a likely sign that she must be connected to the college.)
So, I approached these women, who, in fact, did work for the college. Then, due to their receptivity, I gracefully and frankly told them about the events involving both the message from the Virgin Mary and the doings with the SUV and George Lord. Truly, they were captivated by the tale, which they agreed was “very important.” Moreover, they recognized the account’s enormous social pertinence and breadth.
Because George Lord, the security guard, was mentioned, these very cooperative and devout ladies advised me to see the school’s Security Chief, Tom Zambrano. They pointed out his office, which, in a building called the Gatekeeper’s Lodge, was on the other side of the earlier-mentioned gate at 7th Street and Lakewood Avenue. This was the gate by which, on Passover, I initially entered the campus.