There have been two important updates from Midwaystreet blog that suggest that money making-making is important, if not crucial, part of Mary Carberry's (a.k.a. Maria Divine Mercy) prophetic enterprise.
The first update offers new information on MDM's 'medal of salvation', the second - Mary Carberry's history as a failing businesswoman. Is this what pushed her to seek profit in religious field?
Saseen, the blog author writes:
Irish ‘visionary’ uses fake companies to sell ‘religious’ medal; Unico/Salvido take over from Salus Gifts
In early February 2014 salusgifts.com appeared online claiming to be “exclusive global distributor” of medals inspired by the visions of an anonymous woman using the name Maria Divine Mercy. Two months later the site disappeared.
Maria Divine Mercy – MDM – planners have redirected their ‘Medal of Salvation’ distribution
In July 2013 MDM claimed a vision from the Virgin Mary commanding that a medal be struck showing a crown of thorns above her head with crossed swords on the back, available in bulk and “freely distributed.” A San Diego, California, graphic artist designed the medal that has been delayed due to redesigns and mis-mintings. This is the same graphic artist who designed the sheet of paper containing a special prayer and red-colored ‘seal’ that, when displayed, assures deliverance to heaven. According to MDM’s ‘visions,’ wearing the medal offers the same gift of salvation–the assurance of life in paradise. [18 July 2013]
THE RISE AND FALL OF SALUS GIFTSOn 18 October 2013, the MDM/Carberry group registered the website salusgifts.com with Network Solutions in Pennsylvania, US. The site went “live” in early February claiming to be “exclusive global distributor” of MDM medals and scapulars. Sales of medals through Salus Gifts were to be managed by Magento, the company that also processes sales for MDM books purchased through the Coma Books website. Salus claimed to be UK-based and published a London address revealed to be a mail drop purchased from Regus, a provider of pretend offices. There is no record of its incorporation in the United Kingdom, Ireland or the United States.
In January 2014 Carberry claimed a vision of the Virgin Mary – there are more than a thousand – commanding that every person in the world [approximately 7 billion] be given a medal. As of 6 February, Salus Gifts was not accepting orders, but assured that items will be available to every country in the world from Salus and unidentified “authorized re-sellers.” Medals would be sold in lots of 25, 50, 100, 200. “Larger orders are available on request.” Emails sent to the contact address – email@example.com – were rejected with the reply: “Failure Notice: No such recipient.” By 18 February Salus Gifts removed all content from its website but for two words: “Coming Soon.” Today, it’s a blank page. What happened?
NEW ‘FALSE FRONT’ BOGUS COMPANIES EMERGE
Researchers believe the MDM team has redirected its medal sales to a newly-invented company called Salvido Gifts the ‘shopping’ arm of another non-existent company called Unico Distribution, which claims to provide “end-to-end supply chain solutions for distance sellers” – an “order fulfillment center.”
Consistent with the businesses associated with MDM – Trumpet Publishing and Merdel Limited – Unico uses a bogus office purchased from Regus at 450 Bath Road, Longford, Heathrow, London. No desk, no files, no staff. The website photos are stock images shared by other companies. The company website appeared on 26 March – two weeks ago. It has one client, an “Online Christian Gifts Shop” called Salvido. Salvido is not taking orders, though, as “Service is Temporarily Unavailable.” Salvido registered its website name on 24 March, two days before Unico.
The website files for Salvido and Unico are located at the same computer server in Galway, Ireland, and share the same website “IP” address as Coma Books, the publisher of MDM’s three-volume collection of ‘visions.’ An IP address is a unique string of numbers that identifies a specific computer. Coma Books is the business name used by Trumpet Publishing, originally co-owned by visionary’ Mary Carberry’s daughter, Sarah, and retired Irish dentist Breffni Cully, who travels the world as ‘Joseph Gabriel’ giving seminars promoting Maria Divine Mercy. In January 2013 Sarah, who posts demonic Facebook photos of herself, transferred her interest to her mother’s vision-chasing German friend, Heinrich Martin Roth. In December Roth and Cully registered as co-owners of another company, Merdel Limited, for the purpose of selling religious items including medals. The filed paperwork was witnessed by “Mary McGovern, PR consultant.” McGovern is Mary Carberry’s maiden name.
One of many pretend offices offered in London by Regus. This address is used by Unico Distribution. No desk. No files. No staff. Bogus.
Unlike Trumpet Publishing and Merdel Limited, there is no record in Ireland or United Kingdom of any registration of companies titled Unico Distribution or Salvido Gifts. What’s up?
On 27 March “Maria’s assistant” confirmed on the official Maria Divine Mercy Facebook page, Jesus to Mankind, that the Medal of Salvation would be available “from a different company – not Salus Gifts… They will be available for the world very shortly…We are going to have a fulfillment house in Malaysia which will distribute to Australia…We have three different suppliers working on them,” she posted. Maria’s assistant, who identifies herself as “Grace” in correspondence, is believed to be Andie Lynwood. She continued, “…you cannot even imagine how much the devil hates these medals. It is actually pretty unbelievable what we have gone through to get them. He hates their power.”
The devil hates the power of the medal? Or is it the other way around?
GERMANY’ JUMPS STARTS’ MEDAL SALES
Sarah Carberry – March 2014 Facebook photo.
Mary “MDM” Carberry’s daughter held majority
ownership of Trumpet, set up to sell
her mother’s books of ‘heaven-sent’ messages.
Is she sending ‘believers’ a message?
While we wait confirmation of the worldwide distribution channel for the ‘Medal of Salvation,’ Heinrich Martin Roth has been selling the medals through his German website. Roth received an early shipment possibly delivered by his business partner Cully who visited Roth’s hometown of Cologne, Germany, on 29 March speaking at the Auditorium de Diakonie during a tour of Luxembourg, Austria and Germany promoting MDM and offering cash-only sales of MDM books. On 1 April Roth wrote on his website, “The interest sparked by the medals is incredibly high. Stocks are empty. New production is going on. We ask all who ordered to be patient. We will try to mail the medals out as soon as possible.”
A Polish website is also promoting medal sales and links to Roth for orders. The site confirms that Salus Gifts was the original intended distributor of the medals. We read, “Theadministrators of the German site were given permission to distribute the medal now. Its price is one euro [$1.40 USD]. This is dictated by the need to cover the costs incurred by MDM, especially losses, and the need for further financial outlays for subsequent editions of books in many languages.” The website does not explain that the MDM books are ‘print on demand’ – they are printed one-by-one after orders and payment are received.
At $1.40 USD, and only pennies to produce and distribute, promoters realize a profit of more than $1 per medal. If one million medals are sold, one million dollars is made, a neat payoff for three years of ‘vision’ business.
MORE BUSINESS SHENANIGANSAdding to Mary Carberry’s business concerns, Trumpet Publishing, which does business as Coma Books, ostensibly owned by MDM promoters Cully [aka ‘Joseph Gabriel’] and Roth, is a month overdue in filing its annual report, even after extending the reporting deadline by three months. The four MDM company names – Trumpet, Merdel, Salvido, Unico – are curiously resurrected names of dissolved companies previously registered in the UK or Ireland. On 4 February Roth claimed in writing [See ‘Martin Roth Speaks'] that he does not profit from ownership and that the companies “really belong” to Mary Carberry, who Roth identified as Maria Divine Mercy.
[Added April 13] The comings and goings of short-lived companies has characterized Mary Carberry’s professional life for 15 years, long before her first talking-Jesus-picture experience. During that time the Irish ‘seer’ who promotes herself as a “successful business woman” has co-owned 10 companies with her daughter Sarah or husband John that have dissolved. Marketing Ambition [dissolved January 2012] and Ambition Awards [dissolved 2013] ended with judgments registered for bad debts. All were delinquent in filing required annual reports.
A report of these findings has been sent to the Republic of Ireland Office of Revenue.
Successful business woman? Or bankrupt and unemployed?
As noted in “The Million Dollar Caper” posted 14 April, adding to Mary “MDM” Carberry’s business concerns, Trumpet Publishing [Coma Books], ostensibly owned by MDM promoters Breffni Cully [aka ‘Joseph Gabriel’] and German Heinrich Martin Roth, is a month overdue in filing its annual report, even after extending the reporting deadline by three months. The five MDM-related company names – Trumpet, Merdel, Salas, Salvido, Unico – are curiously resurrected names of dissolved companies previously registered in the UK or Ireland. On 4 February Roth claimed in writing [See ‘Martin Roth Speaks'] that he does not profit from ownership and that the companies “really belong” to Mary Carberry, who Roth identified as the Maria Divine Mercy.
The comings and goings of short-lived companies has characterized Mary Carberry’s professional life for 15 years, long before her first talking-Jesus-picture experience. During that time the Irish ‘seer’ who promotes herself as a “successful business woman” has co-owned 10 companies with her daughter Sarah or husband John that have dissolved. Marketing Ambition [dissolved January 2012] and Ambition Awards [dissolved 2013] ended with judgments registered for bad debts. All were delinquent in filing required annual reports.
Mary Carberry’s so-called ‘success’ as a business woman was not sufficient to keep up with monthly house payments. In December 2009, while still a “high flier” and agnostic, and a year away from her first celestial encounter, the Building Society in upscale Malahide near Dublin sought to repossess her home. John and Mary Carberry were $67,000 USD behind on payments on their $1.4 million residence. She and her daughter Sarah remain in the house after Carberry found “legal ways” – words written by Roth – to satisfy the debt. John has left the nest.
Carberry may be unemployed. Carberry’s “award-winning” business, McGovern PR – operated under her maiden name – was a “traded as” name for Ambition Awards that dissolved in 2013. And she is not hanging out at Eighty Twenty PR, a company McGovern PR founded and teamed with in 2009, a year before her first supposed celestial communication. Today a representative of that company claims no association with Mary McGovern. Her LinkedIn webpage – a social media site for business and government professionals – disappeared in recent weeks.
The ‘angel’ and ‘last final prophet’ – titles claimed by Carberry – is associated with only one active company. She is co-director of Future Media Communications Limited, founded by daughter Sarah and son Stephen. After two years of operation, the business reported a negative net worth of €7,500. The company claims on its website to be a digital marketing agency but dismisses online inquirers claiming that the site is being updated – “Check back with us soon.” No active links. No address. No phone number. Sarah’s real work with the company is maintaining a menu-trading forum at ilovecooking.ie.
The notion that the self-proclaimed ‘visionary’ gains credibility by claiming to be a successful business woman becomes a bogus theory in light of her financial distress over 15 years and the maze of short-term businesses with questionable reporting and bad debts.
LIST OF CARBERRY’S ‘DISSOLVED’ COMPANIES
Dissolved companies co-owned by Mary Carberry with husband John or daughter Sarah, listed in order of dissolution dates. All were in debt and/or delinquent in filing required annual reports/financial statements.
*Teetime Ltd – formed January 2000, dissolved June 2002, 2 years in business
*CultureLink Ltd – formed January 2000, dissolved July 2005, 5 years in business
*Escape Overseas Ltd. – formed November 2000, dissolved July 2005, 4 years in business
*Marbella Property Investments Ltd – formed October 1999, dissolved December 2005, 6 years in business
*Qube Awards Ltd, formed 2009, dissolved February 2010, 1 year in business
*Ambition Communications Group – formed July 2009, dissolved May 2012, 2 years in business
*Marketing Ambition Ltd – formed March 2009, dissolved January 2012, last annual return September 2010, 2 years in business, judgments registered for bad debts
*Digital Training Academy Ireland Ltd – formed in 2010, dissolved January 2013, last annual return March 2011, 3 years in business
*Ambition Awards Ltd – dissolved October 2013, traded as McGovern PR/Online PR, 5 years in business, creditors meeting Aug 2011, judgments registered for bad debts
*Carberry Dress Hire Ltd – formed 2009, “liquidated” August 2013, dissolved November 2013, four years in business, negative net worth of €4,900