This details a short bio on Rev Andrew Wingate.
What do the three persons above have in common with Rev. Andrew Wingate?
Who is Rev. Andrew Wingate?
Who was it that said, “Throughout every civilization, from seers infinite to the obscure, comes what could be a single unusual prophecy or final warning that is known as Armageddon, 3 days of darkness, the great chastisement or purification, or simply the end of time.”
Rev Malachi Martin, Rev Nicholas Gruner and Chris Ferrara (above) all warn against the coming of an Antichrist.
We are only at the entrance of what’s to come. The things they divulge appear in the book Alert: For The Times, Book of Secrets. These interpretations are not conjectural.
This is the interior of Fr Wingate’s little Chapel, where he says mass every day.
As I was listening to an old Benny Goodman radio recording, I couldn’t help wonder about what I had learned from the past. There are several things about Father Andrew Wingate I learned. He is a pious, devout man. Deeply religous. He once worked for the US Army. He possessses a unique history. He is a mystery mystic. And, Washington DC has a dossier on him.
For young people, he seems a reactionary priest. Nevertheless, he possesses an ominous gift of telling us what is in store. Do not go by just what you find on the internet, for it is shallow, and does not provide a real history on what he has to say, especially regarding the story of Fatima.
Lucia dos Santos when she was very young.
Bishop da Silva seen in Fatima (right).
We have seeen dramatic changes in the Catholic Church that has diminished it since the 1960s.
Once when the Catholic population was 48 million in the United States (now it is 78 mill), the number of students in elementary parochial schools were 4.5 million students in 10,503 schools. The number of students today in elementary parochial schools is now down to about 1.4 million students in some 5,600 elementary schools. As for the high school department, about 50 years ago, there were 884,181 students in 1,624 Catholic High Schools in the nation. Today there are about 590,000 students in 1,205 Catholic High Schools. In 1965 there were 126,000 adult baptisms; in 2002 it plummeted to 80,000. The number of sisters tumbled from 39.43/10,000 to 11.56, a decline of 71%. Once there were 180,000 nuns in Catholic parochial schools in 1965.
While Alert: For The Times is composed of many years of research, it does chronicle many facts of information--this includes the various aspects of the Third Secret of Fatima, the true story of Fatima priest Rev Nicholas Gruner (R.I.P.) and the coincedental meteoric rise of Mr. Art Bell--yet, this is not a biography on Bell. As Joe Friday of Dragnet would say, “Just the facts, ma’am. Just the facts.”