52. Accompanying File in Follow-Up Email to the Bishop: Letter to the Pope Emeritus and the Pope (abridged and mildly edited)
18 December 2015
Your Holinesses Pope Emeritus Benedict and Pope Francis:
I wish you both early and heartfelt Christmas and New Year’s greetings to warm these cooler months . . . Around a half-year ago, there were a series of miraculous signs witnessed by myself and others, including members of the Roman Catholic Church. These signs were of sufficient magnitude so that, after a long, in-office meeting on the subject with Auxiliary Bishop Jérôme Beau of Paris and Père Thierry Vernet, a director at the college des Bernardins, I was asked by the Church if I could bring the matter, in writing, to His Grace, Cardinal Vingt-Trois, the Archbishop of Paris. Besides other issues, in this eventually 20-page report . . . I relayed—and on the accuracy of which I risked my career--the following:
(1) A message from the Holy Spirit. Specifically, in the manner that the Biblical Nineveh had fallen under judgment, Paris had been singled out over other cities and fallen under harsh, divine judgment. Thereby, the city was prey to “Islamic” terrorist attack.
(2) A way of lessening or avoiding this judgment via the institution of a detailed method to ameliorate violent “Islamic” fanaticism that, in truth, was (and still is) foolproof, non-militaristic, easy to employ, fast acting, and permanently lasting. This peacemaking method was, also, delivered to the French government. (As this letter’s first attachment, in a briefer form than in my report, the method is encapsulated.)
Sadly, the Church did not heed my message (neither did the French government give it sufficient respect). And, tragically, since Paris was, in fact, stuck on November 13, my report has become undeniably prophetic. Regarding my message’s prophetic accuracy (1) no other Western city, from the time of my message’s delivery, was stuck as was Paris (in fact, the Nov. 13 attack was Europe’s worst terrorist attack in over a decade); and (2) my report specifically stated both that the city of Paris had been singled out for divine judgment and the from-God’s-perspective, fair reason why. Therefore, while I am sorrowed to relay the following, I was correct. . . . For this reason, I bring this matter to your Holinesses . . .
Rabbi Chaim Gruber