Prediction: A Conservative Tidal Wave After The Warning

The Warning of Garabandal is an event predicted by the visionaries of Garabandal, Spain, who had visions and messages from the Blessed Virgin Mary in the 1960’s. The Warning is an event whereby God shows each person the sins on their conscience, and they are given the grace to repent, if they so choose. Many will repent with great sorrow, and thereby begin the path of holiness. Those who refuse to repent will suddenly become much more sinful.

What will happen in politics as a result of the Warning?

I laugh at talk nowadays about a red wave, meaning an increase in voters, in the U.S., voting conservative (red), instead of democrat (blue). What the Warning will cause is a huge increase in voters showing concern for morality in politics: rejecting abortion, rejecting sinful politicians, rejecting same-sex marriage, and gender ideology. Conservatives are generally seen as being more religious and more friendly to religious freedoms, and less open to legalized abortion and other sins. So the Warning will cause a vast increase in conservative voting, giving the Republican party an opportunity to make some changes for the better in the U.S.

I certainly hope the Warning happens soon. But I don’t see any years that are a good fit for that event until the early 2020’s. At this point, I just don’t have a predicted date for that event.

The Warning will cause an upheaval in politics in many ways. Some politicians will repent, and will change their views. So we will suddenly have more politicians who are prolife. Others will feign repentance, when they see how much support repentant politicians receive. Some will utterly reject repentance, and work harder than ever to protect and promote grave sins.

Some political leaders, those who are particularly sinful, will die of shock at seeing their sins at the Warning. This will leave more than a few vacancies, to be filled by the renewed electorate. It’s hard to know exactly what politicians will vote for, after the Warning. They are still using their own minds and hearts, which can err substantially. They are poorly catechized as to what is right or wrong. I hope they will do more good than harm.

In religion, the Warning will spur many of the papal critics to increase their opposition to Pope Francis (or to the next Pope, if the Warning is later). They will say that the Warning did not correct them for their opposition to the Pope. Well, that is because the Warning only shows you the sins on your conscience. If you have a sincere but mistaken conscience, you will not be corrected on that point. So they will mistakenly think that the Warning is confirming their work, when it is not.

I wonder if, in some nations where conservatism has gone too far, whether the Warning will bring a move toward the center in their political system. That could be the case, since conservatives can err in various ways, and a more moderate position, may be better on some questions.

My books of eschatology are here:
http://www.catholicplanet.com/books.htm

by
Ronald L. Conte Jr.
Roman Catholic theologian and translator of the Catholic Public Domain Version of the Bible.

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9 Responses to Prediction: A Conservative Tidal Wave After The Warning

  1. King Robert the Bruce says:

    That’s certainly true in the uk where we have a conservative government who are not only trying to destroy the peace in Ireland but with theyre evil persecution of the poor in the mainland is driving independence in Scotland they are trying to take the population back to Victorian times

    • Ron Conte says:

      Conservatism is not salvation, is not Catholicism, is not necessarily the solution. In the U.S., Catholics sometimes prefer conservatives because they oppose abortion, euthanasia, same-sex marriage. But Catholics are not called to be conservative.

  2. King Robert the Bruce says:

    I take your point and I agree with the viewpoint on abortion euthanasia same sex marriage but it takes a special kind of evil to sit back while your fellow man starves or is left dying in agony for want of hospital treatment children left homeless and to walk by unmoved like many conservatives do.

    • Ron Conte says:

      Yes, conservative politicians have serious failings, just as liberal politicians do.

    • MG says:

      Mirjana, visionary of our Lady of Medjugorje, stated that the 2nd of the month is significant date for future worldwide events. As you know, Mirjana releases a message from Our Lady of Medjugorje for non-believers on the 2nd of each month. In 2021, Good Friday is on April 2nd. Possibly this could be the date of the Warning.

    • Ron Conte says:

      possible dates for the Warning, based on the dating of the Miracle, are 2022 and 2023. The year 2021 is excluded because Thursday, May 13th is the Feast of the Ascension. The Virgin Mary told the visionaries of Garabandal that the date of the Miracle does NOT coincide with a feast day of our Lord or our Lady. So the Feast of the Ascension is a feast of our Lord, and in other years, May 13th is the feast of our Lady of Fatima. Thus, May 13th is excluded in any year.

  3. Justino says:

    You mentioned about the Warning of Garabandal occurring maybe sometime in the early 2020’s. There was an article on NPR a year ago (Jan/ 2017) titled “Scientists Predict Star Collision Visible to the Naked Eye in 2022. There’s also a few videos now on YouTube pertaining to this future event. I also recall Conchita Gonzales from Garabandal mentioning in an interview from the 80’s that the warning would be “like two stars colliding”. Anyway it’s only coincidental with your statement but leaves me wondering might this actually be it? The event hasn’t happened yet but reality is that only God knows.

    • Ron Conte says:

      No, that’s not it. The Warning is immediately preceded by a loud noise and a bright light, seen everywhere at the same time. This is caused by Angels, who are ever the heralds of God’s work.

  4. King Robert the Bruce says:

    Yes I read that article too on NPR I thought the same thing as Justino

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