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January 23, 2019

January 22, 2019: The Prophecy of Pedro Regis and Signs of the Times in New York

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Pedro Regis is a visionary from Brazil who enjoys the support of his Bishop, and has been receiving prophetic messages for many years now. Yesterday, something subtle but enormous changed in these messages. I will get to that in a moment.

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But I come with a brief interruption of the silence to speak of a tragedy and a prophecy.

Eight years ago I was kneeling on the concrete floor just outside of the doors to the legislative chamber in the New York State Capitol, praying the Rosary with a friend in fervent supplication to God to avert the impending vote to re-define marriage. It was then that the following picture of us was snapped by a reporter; an image that in turn wound up being the headline image of the event throughout the world. I just pray that the mere sight of Rosary beads at least served as a seed sown in the minds of those reading these news stories, who may have been otherwise tempted to agree with the diabolical lie contained in the headline above the image.

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It was while praying the second sorrowful mystery that from the adjacent chamber there erupted a cacophony of cheers — superficially joyous and yet with an air of easily discernible demonic motivation — which indicated to us that this tragic bill had passed.

Yesterday, January 22, 2019,  I was again on my knees at the exact same spot, doing the same thing as this time, eight years later, legislators were preparing to vote on the so-called “Reproductive Health Act,” more accurately referred to by pro-lifers as the Abortion Expansion Act. This obscene Act of “law” brings the abortion genocide to the superlative level; enshrining as a fundamental “right” in New York the act of brutally murdering a baby up to the very moment he is born (or leaving him to starve to death there on the table if he is successfully born despite the abortionist’s attempts to kill him while he is still in the womb), among other atrocities.

And this time as I knelt and prayed, I was again on the second sorrowful mystery — the scourging of Jesus at the pillar — when I heard the same cacophony I recall well from eight years ago. I knew that the bill had passed at that moment.

Although at that point just about all of the other demonstrators had left, I remained kneeling and finished the Rosary; first of all because I know the victory is all God’s and all apparent defeats are nothing but temporary things, but also to serve as a reminder to the legislators and staffers who soon began to filter out of the chamber of the fact that this horrendous bill did not change any facts. It did not change the fact — as the sign next to me affirmed — that unborn babies feel pain when they are savagely torn from limb to limb in their mother’s wombs. It did not change the fact that abortions destroy the women who obtain them even more than they destroy the babies upon whom they are performed. And it did not change the fact that anyone who voted for this bill — not to mention everyone who supports abortion — has destroyed his soul.

And not only did it not change the fact that the long-prophesied Chastisements are imminent; no, it just reaffirmed that and hastened the time of their arrival.

Now, this whole diabolical plot is primarily the work of the tyrannical Governor of my state, Andrew Cuomo. Governor Cuomo is the example par excellence of everything that is most evil in modern politics. He is, in the traditional sense of the term as understood by Plato, the quintessential tyrant (although he is far worse than anything Plato had ever imagined was possible). Not only is he a cheerleader for the moral demise of society and a chief promoter of the Culture of Death, but he has gained notoriety as one who legalizes and institutionalizes every vice  (marijuana, casino gambling, MMA fighting, and other things that New York used to outlaw), so that it can be promoted, taxed, and further line his coffers (he is very adept at quietly using government money to ensure his reelection). And he is so corrupt that the very same probe he himself started (ostensibly to root out corruption in Albany and place his name among the reformers) discovered that the corruption leads back to Cuomo himself. Conveniently, the probe suddenly was finished with its work before further exposing him.

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And, to cap it all off, Cuomo is a “Catholic,” knowing that this is a politically shrewd thing to be as an elected official in New York, thus he crucifies Our Lord anew every time he sacrilegiously receives Communion. To the left of this paragraph you will see a picture just taken of the Alfred E Smith building in Albany, which I can see from my dining room window, and which he had lit up pink last night to celebrate this victory of hell. Perhaps you recall the name, “Al Smith,” as the title of the notorious annual dinner held in New York City wherein Catholic clergy schmooze and joke with pro-abortion politicians like Cuomo and act like everything is hunky dory in an effort to acquire massive amounts of money and gain more worldly prestige (all for the sake of fundraising for a good cause, of course, as are most of the scandalous atrocities of the day). Both are named after the first Catholic governor of New York, Alfred Smith, who would be turning in his grave if he knew what had become of his name. 

But let us return to the prophecies of Pedro Regis.

Now, I do not want to succumb to that perennial temptation of those who watch the signs of the times and suppose that something is of universal and prophetic import merely because it is important in one’s own state or country. But on the other hand, it seems undeniable that there is something very prophetically noteworthy about what transpires in New York. As G.K. Chesterton said, in 1926:

The next great heresy is going to be simply an attack on morality; and especially on sexual morality…. The roots of the new heresy, God knows, are as deep as nature itself, whose flower is the lust of the flesh and the lust of the eye and the pride of life. I say that the man who cannot see this cannot see the signs of the times; cannot see even the skysigns in the street that are the new sort of signs in heaven. The madness of tomorrow is not in Moscow but much more in Manhattan…

And, as Pope St. John Paul II said, New York is the “Capitol of the World.” A good argument could even be made that, what with its largest store of gold in history under the Federal Reserve Bank, and it being the financial center of the entire world, New York is at least one valid interpretation of the meaning of the Harlot of Revelation, for indeed, it is precisely by way of the “strings attached” to U.S. monetary aid that the cultural imperialism of the West has been so tragically successful, and has resulted in the spread of Godless modern Western culture’s perversion all throughout Africa, South America, and Asia. For it is by this aid that the “kings of the earth commit adultery with her.” (Revelation 17)  I refer you to Mark Mallett for a deeper analysis.

So I do not think it is a stretch to look at what transpires in New York as a bellwether of sorts. 

And the very same day all of this transpired (that is, yesterday, January 22nd, 2019, the 46th anniversary of Roe v Wade), Pedro received a message that reads in part:

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A friend of mine, a Catholic theologian I know personally and trust deeply, who has read thousands of pages worth of modern prophecies and private revelations, pointed out that something profound seems to have changed in this message with respect to his previous ones:

This seems to be the first time that this dire warning Pedro Regis has been receiving from Heaven for many years now about the blind leading the blind refers to the present tense.

(Update: My friend did not express certainty that this is definitely the first time of such usage, and I certainly do not know myself one way or the other. But whether or not that winds up being the case, what is clear and certain is that Our Lady’s tone in these locutions — as well as those all over the world — is getting increasingly urgent and dire, and it is imperative that we take note and respond accordingly.)

What happened in New York yesterday makes it abundantly clear — although it was already obvious — that, in accordance with this message to Pedro Regis, we are indeed living in a time worse than the Flood. And I wish that we could take the next line to refer only to blind worldly leaders like Cuomo. But that would entail burying my head in the sand. So many in the Church — not excluding those in the Vatican — are leading the flock like blind leading the blind; sending them into the great abyss in droves — telling them that their various sexual sins are actually just fine and that they needn’t repent of them, pretending that the Magisterium of Pope St. John Paul II (not to mention all of Church history) can be abrogated in favor of a diabolical “mercy” that only leads souls to hell.

Thankfully not all of our shepherds are blind leading the blind.

My Bishop’s seat of authority, the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Albany, is located directly adjacent to the Governor’s mansion. Both imposing and beautiful buildings, and their proximity symbolizes the great battle that is now unfolding between God and Satan.

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Google street view of the Governor’s Mansion and the Bishop’s Cathedral in Albany

Last Sunday, I was at this Cathedral for Mass. The priest gave a powerful sermon condemning the sinfulness of the modern Era — in same sex “marriage,” in gender theory, in abortion; and he even condemned the conspiracy of silence about these evils that permeates both society and the Church. Perhaps many in the Church are beginning to wake up. Perhaps more priests and Bishops are beginning to realize, in the wake of the purification prophesied by Pope Benedict XVI now unfolding through the abuse crisis, that worldly prestige is of no use, nor ought the church to pursue it; but that, instead, the Gospel in all its naked truth must be preached both in season and out of season, come what may.

My bishop wrote a personal, open letter to the Governor before he signed this bill. If more Bishops were willing to speak like this, the Era of Peace would have begun long ago.

I end this post, therefore, quoting excerpts from his letter and acknowledging that — despite the erroneous prognostications of the timeline of the unfolding of events offered by some in the last several years — we have hereby been reminded that, nevertheless, the current Era is about to end; its end will entail more suffering than has ever been seen in the history of the world, but this suffering will precede the dawn of the Glorious Era of Peace, also unlike anything ever seen in the history of the world. Even now, we see many glimpses of that dawn from on high breaking upon us. Even now, our duty is to participate in that dawn, by way of the mission (the same mission that has been the homepage of this website — www.dsdoconnor.com — for years now)

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Dear Governor Cuomo,

Although in your recent State of the State address you cited your Catholic faith and said we should “stand with Pope Francis,” your advocacy of extreme abortion legislation is completely contrary to the teachings of our pope and our Church. …
…Condoning coerced or involuntary abortions by repealing criminal sanctions even in cases where a perpetrator seeks to make his partner “un-pregnant” through an act of physical violence does not represent any kind of progress in the choice, safety or health of women. Removing protection for an infant accidentally born alive during an abortion is abject cruelty, something most people of conscience would deem inhumane for even a dog or cat. Finally, allowing late-term abortions is nothing less than a license to kill a pre-born child at will.

It is very difficult to understand how you can align yourself with Pope Francis and so vehemently advocate such profoundly destructive legislation.

I find myself wondering how it can be viewed as “progress” to have gone from a society working to make abortion “rare” to one that urges women to “shout your abortion” as some advocates of this bill boldly announce.

How is it progress to ignore the harm that this will do, not only to innocent infants, born and unborn, but to their mothers? Does the heartache of so many New York women who have been pained by their abortion decisions matter? Is anyone listening to them? How is it really “pro-choice” when a law, which claims to guarantee choice, moves to expand only one option for women?


You have already uttered harsh threats about the welcome you think pro-lifers are not entitled to in our state. Now you are demonstrating that you mean to write your warning into law. Will being pro-life one day be a hate crime in the State of New York?

Our young people especially, who have seen their sonograms and who follow the discoveries the sciences have made, know the lies and the despair that proponents of such dangerous and death-dealing legislation are promulgating, even if blindly or unwittingly.

Let’s not bequeath to our children a culture of death, but together build a more humane society for the lives of all of our fellow citizens.

Mr. Cuomo, do not build this Death Star.

Sincerely yours,

Most Rev. Edward B. Scharfenberger
Bishop of Albany