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Remedy given by Jesus to Maria Esperanza-Bird Flu?

 
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Remedy given by Jesus to Maria Esperanza-Bird Flu?
This just came in over my email, thought some may find it valuable.

Could cure given to Maria Esperanza be for the Bird Flu?

Famous mystic said plague would take many infants, children

Maria Esperanza of Betania, considered to be one of the greatest mystics of our time, received a remedy from Jesus before she died, according to Wendy Benedick, who worked with Esperanza for over 14 years. Whether or not this remedy was meant for the bird flu or some other illness is not known.

Esperanza, who foresaw attacks and destruction of "two towers in New York" long before the events of 2001, was showered with many gifts from God. The Venezuelan displayed a number of unexplainable phenomena that defied natural humanistic explanation. She suffered from piercing signs of the stigmata (the bleeding wounds of Christ), had hundreds of visions of Jesus and the Virgin Mary, had the ability of healing, levitation -- and the capability of predicting future events, many yet to come.

Before Esperanza's death on August 7, 2004 at the age of 75, Benedick says Jesus gave the mystic a remedy for a plague that was to come. Below is the remedy as Benedick stated it was given to her by Esperanza:

"I am going to give you a remedy for the illness of infants (and small children}. You must take the leaves from the hawthorn plant and steep them into a tea for 8 minutes. Then administer the tea orally to the infant {or child} 1/4 cup at a time, continually throughout the day and night, until the ravages of the illness subside. The symptoms will be flu-like, with a high fever, purple-blackened color to the lips, jerking and flailing like convulsions."

According to Benedick, this remedy was given to Maria Esperanza for the times we are living. Esperanza told her that this plague would take many babies and children and there will be no ordinary remedy, or medicine that will work.

This information is for your discernment. Visionaries throughout the ages have made predictions of the future, and even those who were eventually canonized (became Saints) have been wrong about certain events and/or timing.

Some believe that the above remedy will only work in conjunction with prayer.

It is interesting to note that throughout history Hawthorne trees were regarded as sacred, because it is believed that the crown of thorns placed on Jesus' head during His passion came from a Hawthorne tree.

Would God choose an object that played such a vital role in His Son's passion to be a source of healing for us today? The idea does not seem so far-fetched when one considers the Passover - where the faithful had to place the blood of a lamb (Jesus is the Lamb of God) on their doors in order to save their first-born sons.

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TO REPEAT:

The remedy given by JESUS to Maria Esperanza is to:

Steep the leaves for 8 minutes & that is very important. Not 7, not 9 but 8 minutes. Then give the tea until symptoms disappear. The measurements are the same as if you would be brewing loose tea (NOT TEA BAGS). And if you have never brewed loose tea, then look at a tea bag and see how much tea is in a bag and use that as your base for measurements.

NOTE: A regular tea bag has 1 level teaspoon of tea in it. This is your base for a measurement for one cup of tea. You will need about 7 hawthorn tea leaves crushed to make a teaspoon. This amount will make a cup (8 ozs.) of tea. (Crush the tea leaves between your fingers. Does not have to be finely crushed.

Simple recipe:

Put the crushed hawthorn leaves in a cup.
Put 1 cup (8 ozs.) of water in a pot.
Bring the water to a boil.
After the water comes to a boil, pour boiling water on the tea leaves in the cup.
Steep for 8 minutes. (Using a kitchen timer works well.)
Strain the tea to remove leaves after the 8 minutes are up.
Allow the tea to cool some so that a child or person could not get burned drinkingthe hot tea.
Administer the tea according to the instructions given to Maria Esperanza above.

God bless,

db

Darrell Bennett

President

MRM@MiracleRosaryMission.org

www.MiracleRosaryMission.org
Anonymous Coward (OP)
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Re: Remedy given by Jesus to Maria Esperanza-Bird Flu?
Does a health food store sell the leaves?
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why would jesus tell the remedy to her...it would not make sense...why wouldnt he just heal these children from heaven or whereever he resides...
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why would jesus tell the remedy to her...it would not make sense...why wouldnt he just heal these children from heaven or whereever he resides...
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Of course he could, but Heaven is a mystery.
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Thanks OP.

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The symptoms listed sound more like meningitis.
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Maria Esperanza was an exceptionally holy woman, who did indeed see "the destruction of towers" in New York, and she predicted it BEFORE the FIRST WTC attack in 1993.

She is sure to be proclaimed "blessed" if not a full-fledged saint.
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I agree AC 21 (I like that 21, it makes you sound like a secret agent!)

I use much discernment with these mystics and seers, but Maria, I believe.

If you don't already know her story, look her up. I think this cure will be very valuable in the future.
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Re: Remedy given by Jesus to Maria Esperanza-Bird Flu?
One more thing about Maria Esperanza is that before Bush ordered the "liberation" of Iraq shall we say, she had stated that if Bush enters Iraq WITHOUT FULL U.N. COOPERATION, it would be a "disaster" ( her words ).

Interestingly, she also had said that a "small nation was conspiring with a larger nation" to PROVOKE the U.S.

The question is how large and how small.

Did she mean Iran as the smaller nation, and Russia as the larger ? Or Iran as the larger nation, and perhaps North Korea as the smaller ?

In any case, I believe our ( U.S. ) government was FED false info about Saddam's capabilities and intentions, to PROVOKE us into wrongly entering Iraq.
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Hawthorn ( Crataegus species ) is a small tree or shrub and a member of the rose family. It was hung over the doorway in the Middle Ages to prevent the entry of evil spirits. By the early 1800s, American doctors recognized the herb's medicinal properties and began using it to treat circulatory disorders and respiratory illnesses. Considered a "cardiotonic" herb or heart tonic, the flowers and berries of the hawthorn plant were used in traditional medicine to treat irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure, chest pain, hardening of the arteries, and heart failure. Hawthorn is commonly used to strengthen the heart.

Hawthorn is available in non-standardized and standardized capsules and liquid extracts, along with tinctures and solid extracts. A bitter-tasting tea can also be made from dried hawthorn leaves, flowers, and berries.

There are no known scientific reports on the pediatric use of hawthorn. Therefore, it is not currently recommended for children.

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