What the MJJ Prophecies Stress

 Marie-Julie Jahenny's messages for preparing for the 3 Days of Darkness do say to stay indoors and cover one's windows and not to look outside, but the emphasis is spiritual.


We are told to have a 100% beeswax candle blessed for the 3 Days of Darkness.  We are told to have a Crucifix and an image of the Blessed Virgin Mary.  [To learn how you may obtain a blessed 100% beeswax candle, go here.]


We are told prayers that we can recite to strengthen us interiorly.


Indeed, our amount of faith and hope that we will survive, that God wants us to survive, is what will make the difference to our survival past these 72 hours of extreme suffering and terror.


Have you set up a home altar where you say your daily prayers?  Are you reciting your daily rosary (the Joyful, Sorrowful, and Glorious Mysteries only)?  These spiritual aids will help you to survive.  


Like any habit, prayer needs time to develop so that it is natural and a comfort that you reach for before anything else.  If you can become comfortable with intimate, daily prayer to Christ our Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary, then your survival will be truly possible.


Your confidence needs to come from knowing Christ and knowing His love for you.  This is what will help you to survive, above anything else.

 For more information on Marie-Julie Jahenny's prophecies regarding the 3 Days of Darkness, go to:  www.mjjprophecy.com


The Problem of Sealing Your Windows with Plastic

This 100% wool blanket, from the 1950's, is still in great condition!

There will be poisonous gases in that air outside, so we should close our windows.  However, do NOT seal your windows with plastic!

When plastic gets too hot, it starts to gas off and then melt.  Staying indoors during the 3 Days of Darkness, we want to avoid this hazardous situation.  

The heat is going to be too strong for plastic to resist.

Look for 100% wool blankets as the perfect fire retardant to cover your windows with.  Wool blankets were traditionally what firemen used for stamping out fires.

The Scapular of Protection and Benediction

 This scapular is to be worn hidden, as our Blessed Mother wore it, between layers of clothing.  Made of wool and handcrafted in Europe according to directions originally given to Marie-Julie Jahenny.  Imported.  Actual size:  3 1/2 inches wide x 4 1/2 inches high.


This scapular is an honored privilege offered by Our Lord and Our Lady to lead us through the terrible times when the world will face the Holy Wrath of God.  


Not only is the wearing of this scapular strongly recommended, but its exposition in our chapels and houses will give a very special protection.


The Holy Virgin presents the scapular to Our Lord who, in His turn says:  "I address you My victim and also My victims and My servant, My children of the Cross, I wish to and I come to give you an idea and a deep thought:  


"When taking Me down from the Cross, I was given to My Mother, that descent, that thought, that devotion is little known.  I wish that by the reproduction of this scapular, it should enter the hearts of My children of the Cross, and that they hail Me by these three greetings:


--I hail Thee, Jesus crucified, to let me live.

--I hail Thee with all of the joy of the Angels and of the Saints on bringing Thee down from the Cross.

--I hail Thee with all the sorrow of Thy Mother when Thou rested on Her Immaculate heart and on Her lap.


"My children, any soul, any person who will possess this scapular, will see his family protected, his house will also be protected, firstly from conflagrations, which will never penetrate it.

"This scapular will crush the ungrateful who will blaspheme My Name in the house where it will be exposed.  


"If an impious enters, he will be so struck that his conversion will occur.


All those who wear it will be protected from thunder, sudden death and accidents.  During the chastisements they will be protected.  


"Whoever places it in the Holy Temple, will drive out the impoious and the profanations.


Our Lord also adds that by reminding an obstinate soul about this scapular at the time of death, it will reawaken in it faith and conviction, that all those who will think about it and love it, will be spared the pains of the soul, that those who will wear it will be sheltered from all danger as if they possessed Heaven.  


"And finally that this scapular will be like a lightning conductor beneath which the blows of just Divine Anger will not strike."


The Cross of Pardon


“I desire that my servants, right down to little children wear a Cross.  This Cross will be small and in its centre it will have, what seems to be like a little white flame.  This flame will show that they are sons and daughters of the Light.


“My beloved, little friends, you will wear on yourself my adorable Cross which will protect you from all kinds of ills, big or small and later, I will bless them.

On the Cross, the following names will be engraved:


--Firstly, “Cross of Pardon”

--Secondly, “Cross of Salvation”

--Thirdly, “Cross of Holy Protection”

--Fourthly, “Cross to Calm Tribulations”


--Finally, the following prayer should be engraved on this Cross, “O God, Crucified Saviour, embrace me with love, faith and courage for the salvation of my brothers.”


Drinking Water for the 3 Days of Darkness and the Six Weeks After Blood Rain

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Do you have enough water bottles stored?  After the blood-red rains there will be six weeks of coagulation and decomposition which result in stench and sickness if we step outdoors.  


It is best to stay indoors.  Just in case, plan on a 2-month supply of drinking water.  See how many bottles you use up in one week and multiply by 8.


Keep in mind that we will grow weaker as we stay indoors, so plan on buying the size of bottles that you can easily lift.  The kind with the handle on the neck of the bottle are nice. Think one gallon instead of 4 or 5. Everyone in the family should be able to handle the water bottles without help.


And get jar wrenches that open these bottles.  Teach young children how to use these jar wrenches.  These will help weaker members of the family to get water from some of the more stubborn twist tops.


Water will keep you alive, even if you run out of food.

Toilet Considerations for the 3 Days and the 6 Weeks after Blood Rains

Now is the time to start washing out those larger yogurt containers and saving them.  Some plans will have to be made for where you go to the bathroom.


Flushing the toilet after the Blood Rains?  If your water comes from open air water reservoirs, then you are better to shut off your toilet water supply and wait out the 6 weeks of prophesied coagulation of blood rain and stench on the ground outside.  We are told if we go outside we will get sick, so prepare to stay indoors.


These containers pile up nicely, and you can use duct tape to keep them shut if you fear spillage.

NASA Space Station Uses Plants to Clean Indoor Air

Check out the NASA website for the Space Station and learn how common plants grown indoors in pots will clean your indoor air during the 3 Days of Darkness and beyond that:

Spider Plant:  This plant is a great air purifier!

English Ivy:  Removes airborne feces from the air!

Some plants actually release oxgen!  

Look at these NASA favourites:



Photo: ivama/Flickr


In the late 1980s, NASA and the Associated Landscape Contractors of America studied houseplants as a way to purify the air in space facilities. They found several plants that filter out common volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Lucky for us the plants can also help clean indoor air on Earth, which is typically far more polluted than outdoor air. Other studies have since been published in the Journal of American Society of Horticultural Science further proving the science. Here's our handy of list of the best air-filtering plants. 
Aloe (Aloe vera)
This easy-to-grow, sun-loving succulent helps clear formaldehyde and benzene, which can be a byproduct of chemical-based cleaners, paints and more. Aloe is a smart choice for a sunny kitchen window. Beyond its air-clearing abilities, the gel inside an aloe plant can help heal cuts and burns.
Spider plant (Chlorophytum comosum)
Even if you tend to neglect houseplants, you'll have a hard time killing this resilient plant. With lots of rich foliage and tiny white flowers, the spider plant battles benzene, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide and xylene, a solvent used in the leather, rubber and printing industries.
Gerber daisy (Gerbera jamesonii)
This bright, flowering plant is effective at removing trichloroethylene, which you may bring home with your dry cleaning. It's also good for filtering out the benzene that comes with inks. Add one to your laundry room or bedroom — presuming you can give it lots of light.
Mother-in-law's tongue (Sansevieria trifasciata 'Laurentii')
This plant is one of the best for filtering out formaldehyde, which is common in cleaning products, toilet paper, tissues and personal care products. Put one in your bathroom — it'll thrive with low light and steamy humid conditions while helping filter out air pollutants.
Golden pothos (Scindapsus aures)
Another powerful plant for tackling formaldehyde, this fast-growing vine will create a cascade of green from a hanging basket. Consider it for your garage since car exhaust is filled with formaldehyde. (Bonus: Golden pothos, also know as devil's ivy, stays green even when kept in the dark.)
Chrysanthemum (Chrysantheium morifolium)
The colorful flowers of a mum can do a lot more than brighten a home office or living room; the blooms also help filter out benzene, which is commonly found in glue, paint, plastics and detergent. This plant loves bright light, and to encourage buds to open, you'll need to find a spot near an open window with direct sunlight.
Red-edged dracaena (Dracaena marginata)
The red edges of this easy dracaena bring a pop of color, and the shrub can grow to reach your ceiling. This plant is best for removing xylene, trichloroethylene and formaldehyde, which can be introduced to indoor air through lacquers, varnishes and gasoline.
Weeping fig (Ficus benjamina)
A weeping fig (Ficus benjamina) in your living room can help filter out pollutants that typically accompany carpeting and furniture such as formaldehyde, benzene and trichloroethylene. Caring for a fiscus can be tricky, but once you get the watering and light conditions right, they will last a long time.
Azalea (Rhododendron simsii)
Bring this beautiful flowering shrub into your home to combat formaldehyde from sources such as plywood or foam insulation. Because azalea does best in cool areas around 60 to 65 degrees, it's a good option for improving indoor air in your basement if you can find a bright spot.
English ivy (Hedera helix)
A study found that the plant reduces airborne fecal-matter particles. It has also been shown to filter out formaldehyde found in some household cleaning products.
Warneck dracaena (Dracaena deremensis 'Warneckii')
Combat pollutants associated with varnishes and oils with this dracaena. The Warneckii grows inside easily, even without direct sunlight. With striped leaves forming clusters atop a thin stem, this houseplant can be striking, especially if it reaches its potential height of 12 feet.
Chinese evergreen (Aglaonema crispum 'Deborah')
This easy-to-care-for plant can help filter out a variety of air pollutants and begins to remove more toxins as time and exposure continues. Even with low light, it will produce blooms and red berries.
Bamboo palm (Chamaedorea sefritzii)
Also known as the reed palm, this small palm thrives in shady indoor spaces and often produces flowers and small berries. It tops the list of plants best for filtering out both benzene and trichloroethylene. It's also a good choice for placing around furniture that could be off-gassing formaldehyde.
Heart leaf philodendron (Philodendron oxycardium)
This climbing vine plant isn't a good option if you have kids or pets — it's toxic when eaten, but it's a workhorse for removing all kinds of VOCs. Philodendrons are particularly good at battling formaldehyde from sources like particleboard.
Peace lily (Spathiphyllum)
Shade and weekly watering are all the peace lily needs to survive and produce blooms. It topped NASA's list for removing all three of most common VOCs — formaldehyde, benzene and trichloroethylene. It can also combat toluene and xylene.

Hydroponics or Soil -- Begin Learning Now

It does not take a lot of room to grow plants. Vertical gardening, as shown above, takes up the least amount of space.

 Do you know at which window seedlings grow best in your home? 


Can you get a seed to germinate and grow from each of your favourite vegetables, fruits and nuts without the aid of electric light?


Take the time to grow seeds each year, so that you have the plants started should the 3 Days of Darkness occur. (Remember, the Warning will be in one of the early months of the year, and the 3 Days will follow soon afterwards.)


If you don't have the time or garden space to actually grow these seedlings to maturity, offer them to family, friends, neighbours, colleagues, sell them, or simply throw them away and begin again next year.


Build up your skills and your confidence will also grow!Cool



Plants WILL Survive the 3 Days of Darkness . . .

 . . . If You Bring Them Indoors!

Given enough water to survive the heat, plants do survive even beyond 3 days of complete darkness.  I experimented with my herbs and my Golden Pathos, which I bought especially for air purification purposes. 


After 4 days, all of the plants came out of the completely dark, windowless room just fine!  Which plant did the best?  Interestingly, chives (narrow, grass-like leaves), which I worried about the most.  After four days in the dark, the chives came out thicker and more robust!  


So yes, start growing your air purifying plants and your edible plants, and don't worry about the 3 Days of absence of light.  They'll be fine!   


For more ideas on preparations, go to www.mjjprophecy.com

Non-Electric Farming and Homesteading Tools

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Are you realizing that you need a simple hand-held push plow (cultivator)?  

What about a horse hitch to use it with (just in case you find a horse)?

Do you think you might want to have a hand-turning clothes wringer to help your clothes to dry faster on the clothesline?

What about a butter churn?

Our ancestors had basic tools that saved their backs, hands, arms, and shoulders from too much strain (and injuries).

Check out this website:  www.non-electric.lehmans.com  (plows are listed under "cultivators")

Even if you don't buy from them, their catalogue will teach you so much, and help you when checking out the Antiques stores and stalls!