My Unreported Aberrations/Apparitions Between 11/1/2008-11/12/2008

My ureported Aberrations from November 2008 include:

  • On 11/1/2008 at 7:42am a vision of J.F. Kennedy the past assassinated President.
  • 11/4/2008 7:04am at the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels St. Lucy with her head wrapped and Black Nun clothes. (The Organist was playing the organ).
  • 11/4/2008 at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels after 7:00am Mass, a vision of a lite green colored Angel Being with markings and an Anthropology Angel Being looking at it. I don’t know what language the markings are. This is the second time I have seen this Angel Being and the Anthropology Angel Being. The first time I decreed for Anthropology to look at it to read the markings.
  • 11/4/2008 a vision of Golden Angel Beings small with back arched and arms extended while the organist was playing the organ.
  • 11/4/2008 a vision of white Angel Beings at Guardian Angel Eye on left side, back arched arms extended, small white represents-Neophyte-(New to something), like in the Holy Bible word Adom (Adam)!!!!!
  • Went into a building in Downtown Los Angeles, California it was built 1927 I had a visionof flapper dancers. The building is registered with: The United States Department of Interior Nation Register of Historic Places.
  • 11/5/2008 I had several visions of St. Augustine, one when sitting in the Downstairs Chapel of Our Lady of the Angels Cathedral.
  • 7:14pm on 11/5/2008 prayed and sang all day, I saw symbolism of moving a dying dragon and it became a star.

Augustine (d. 273), Saint: Black Catholic History Month

St. Augustine

From the tapestry of the walls of the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels Downtown Los Angeles, California. The tapestry reflects the diversity of the Catholic Church and Faith.

Augustine’s Feast Day is September 6, he is a Spanish Martyr with Sanctian and Beata. The Three Christians of Spain fled to Gual (Modern Day France). They were arrested and martyred near Sens.


Source: Bunson, Matthew, Bunson, Margaret, Bunson, Stephen (1998). Our Sunday Visitor’s Encyclopedia of SAINTS. Huntington, Indiana: Our Sunday Visitor Publishing Division.