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The Incredible Seer Alois Irlmaier – a Countryman of Joseph Ratzinger

The Bavarian well builder Alois Irlmaier is a little known German Catholic seer who died in 1959. He was endowed with extraordinary gifts. When Irlmaier was accused of clairvoyance which was a crime … More
Don Reto Nay
@DJRESQ: There are many "political" prophecies of Irlmaier but I wonder sometimes whether they stem from him. In which context did he pronounce them? I know the case of the famous Greek monk Païsios whose "political" prophecies are also often quoted, even by the media. So I made the effort and went through the official edition of Païsios' words and noticed that he says many beautiful and … More
DJRESQ
I don't know whether the political prophecies of Irlmaier (who I know almost nothing about) stem from him, but political prophecies among Catholic mystics are endemic.

Just one example: Blessed Elena Aiello, who wrote to Benito Mussolini a letter that she claimed was dictated to her by Our Lord, telling him not to get Italy involved in WWII and what would happen if he did not listen.

Sister … More
Don Reto Nay
The Italians are supposed to make a "great revolution"? VERY unlikely.
Holy Cannoli
Again, I ask: If an alleged seer makes a prophecy, and that prophecy has not yet taken place, does that mean the prophecy is "wrong"?

Whether or not a prophecy is correct or not is irrelevant. What is obvious is that YOU are wrong.

You have little faith, mio cucciolo. This IS obvious and it is the reason you so zealously defend the “seer.” He and his prophecy are, for you, important to … More
DJRESQ
I am not defending the seer; I was just correcting your false statements regarding his alleged "prophecies."

I have no idea whether this seer is accurate. In fact, I'm not sure I have ever even heard of him before. But your assumption that you are correct and he is wrong is... wrong.

You make false statements regarding what the seer is alleged to have stated, you come to false conclusions and … More
Holy Cannoli
1Now faith is the substance of things to be hoped for, the evidence of things that appear not.

Have someone explain this passage to you. I would help you if I had time but I'm busy fighting off Asians.

Maybe someday, not anytime soon, you'll be ready for this.
Arrivederci
DJRESQ
The subject of this thread is the alleged "prophecies" of Alois Irlmaier, not all the irrelevant things you mentioned. I don't know whether he's a valid "seer," and frankly I couldn't care less whether he is, but what I do know is that you misrepresented the statements that appear at the link. What authority do you possess to make pronouncements on the authenticity of his "predictions"? Do you … More
Holy Cannoli
Reread the line from Alois' more carefully. He clearly states:
"The year 1999 will bring destruction, followed by peace.
*snip*
"The "Great City" of the United States will be destroyed by rockets, and the West Coast will be invaded by Asians, but they will be beaten back...

The two lines follow closely which obviously indicate that they are, in Alois' mind, related to each other.

If you still …
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DJRESQ
You're reading way too much into what is contained there and making assumptions that have no basis in the text. Reading the entire document, one can easily see that there are multiple lines that immediately follow one another but are disconnected. It's a collection of unrelated statements, and there is no evidence that the individual statements were even stated at the same time. The "snipped" … More
Holy Cannoli
"The year 1999 will bring destruction, followed by peace.

Didn't Alois say that or did he not say it? Furthermore, where did the destruction take place that he predicted? Did I miss it?

"The "Great City" of the United States will be destroyed by rockets, and the West Coast will be invaded by Asians, but they will be beaten back...

Was the United States destroyed? Did I miss that also?
And … More
DJRESQ
"The year 1999 will bring destruction, followed by peace." Okay, but that begs the question. What did he mean by that? Destruction where? Followed by peace where? You're reading too much into these individual statements. Where did you get the idea that they were all stated at the same time? Who put them together? They're obviously not chronological. The statement that mentions the Third World … More
Holy Cannoli
Was the United States destroyed? No. Did the seer predict when it would happen? No.

He predicted it would happen just like I could predict MOLDOVA will be the richest country on earth...someday. Why is it so difficult for you to accept the fact that this or any other “seer” is not ALWAYS right? Period!

Will the United States ever be destroyed by rockets? I currently doubt it but let me know … More
DJRESQ
Where did you get the idea that it is difficult for me "to accept the fact that this or any other seer is not ALWAYS right?" You make a lot of unwarranted assumptions when you read things. In fact, I accept that statement unequivocally. I was merely pointing out the non sequiturs in your statements.

For instance, you apparently think that the statements found at the link were all made at the … More
Holy Cannoli
Where did you get the idea that it is difficult for me "to accept the fact that this or any other seer is not ALWAYS right?"

You attempt to defend Alois in a pointless effort to prove who knows what.

You make a lot of unwarranted assumptions when you read things.
For instance, you apparently think that the statements found at the link were all made at the same time,


I don't believe and I have … More
DJRESQ
"You attempt to defend Alois in a pointless effort to prove who knows what."

And you attempt to tell others what the man meant and that he was wrong, in a pointless effort to prove who knows what?

"Clearly he was speaking of the United States as 'the Great City.'”

And clearly that's just another assumption on your part.

Nowhere did the alleged seer say that "the Great City" means "the United… More
DJRESQ
By the way, when the alleged prophecies include the names of cities after the expression "three great cities," the names of those cities are in brackets, which should have been an indication to you that they were added by someone else and not mentioned by the seer.

In fact, there are other translations of those exact statements that can be found on the Internet, and none of the names of the … More
DJRESQ
The prophecy does not state that "the great city" of the United States will be destroyed, and the west coast invaded, in the year 1999. It states, ""The year 1999 will bring destruction, followed by peace." There is nothing specific as to where the destruction occurs, how, and of what the "destruction" consists. The prophecy regarding the U.S. is unrelated to that prophecy and unrelated to that … More
Holy Cannoli
One of Alois’ prophecies:

"The year 1999 will bring destruction, followed by peace.
"The "Great City" of the United States will be destroyed by rockets, and the West Coast will be invaded by Asians, but they will be beaten back...

He was correct some of the time but not even prophets are right all of the time. The West Coast was not invaded by Asians. However, the Southern border is being …
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