From the Book's 'Foreword'
In early March 2011 a website appeared – The Warning Second Coming - claiming to provide messages directly from Jesus and his Mother Mary sent to a woman whose identity was not revealed. The ‘visionary’ used the name Maria Divine Mercy. The website claimed she was a successful European business woman with children.
The website was ‘top notch’ professional -- not likely generated by someone busied with providing for a family while transcribing almost daily messages that spoke of end-time events. The messages allegedly began four months prior to the website's appearance in November 2010. Initially, the site attracted a modest following but was generally unknown in the Catholic community.
Who was this woman of unique sanctity who claimed the titles of last prophet, the Seventh Angel, a victim soul?
There were online rumblings of the identity of the anonymous 'seer' within months of the start of her website.i Commentators on discussion forums claimed to know the woman. But what could be proved? No one came forward to say, “I am Maria Divine Mercy.”
"Yes, she is a European business woman with children. European is Ireland, children are adults, and business was a failure."
"Carberry - as Maria Divine Mercy - tells of being directed by "Our Lady" to go to the Marian shrines of Knock in Ireland and Medjugorje in Bosnia/Herzegovina. A keen researcher noted that the timeline was wrong! She did visit these shrines during her apprenticeship with Joe Coleman in August 2010 - months before her first claimed message from Mary, Mother of God, in November 2010. So the claim that she was commanded by the Virgin Mary to visit these sites does not mesh with the later 'official' version printed in the introduction of "The Book of Truth," the collection of 'messages.' More problems getting the story 'straight.' And more evidence that her story was 'made up' as time passed."
The Little Pebble writes to the book author Mark Saseen:
"I have known Maria Divine Mercy since 2011 [note: the year she first began posting messages] as I have a similar gift from God as she does....when I heard about Maria I asked Jesus. He told me she was sent by Him. I contacted her and Jesus told her I was like her."
Kamm's letter confirms in his own handwriting:
1. He was aware of the MDM messages the year they began.
2. He had personal contact with Mary Carberry.
3. He agrees with our early-on observation that the ‘messages’ were the same or similar to Kamm's.
4. He endorses MDM's messages without exception.
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