zondag 27 maart 2011

Letters of Gold March 2011


Issue No. 71

From the House of the Divine Will

March 2011

God is now calling souls back to the Original Order, Place and Purpose
for which He created mankind—as it was in the Garden of Eden— in order to fulfill
the Lord’s Prayer to the Father, “Thy Will be done on earth as in Heaven.”
The Holy Spirit wants to give Christians a ‘new and divine holiness’
at the Dawn of the Third Millennium” - Pope John Paul II

(Can be lived any time, not just during Lent)

The Transtemporal Rosary is a profound, lived, and actual participation in certain mysteries of
Redemption and Glory, which may become an integral part of the “new and divine” spirituality
of the Third Christian Millennium. The exemplars of the “new and divine” holiness have
demonstrated the possibility of a soul spiritually participating in activity beyond the present
moment of one’s earthly experience. By completely abandoning oneself in the Eternal Act of
God, the soul operates by faith with Jesus and Mary in a divine manner and enters into the
ambience and mode of Eternity. Within this ambience, the soul can easily reenter, into the
actual, ever present actions and processes of all that pertains to the particular Mystery of the
Rosary being lived.

In addition to the transtemporal mode of spiritual activity, the soul, by the Paternal wish of its
Heavenly Father and unity of wills with Him, simultaneously participates in the Universal Action
of God Himself and works with Him in the creation, conservation and prime motion of all that has
come forth from the Divine Bosom. The fortunate soul then glorifies and delights her Father by
making use of these gifts and begins the Transtemporal Rosary, entering in all reality into that
Mystery of the Rosary, which the Holy Spirit brings to mind.

The Transtemporal Rosary is a most profound, fecund and glorious action, which seems
destined to give more glory to God than thousands, even millions of rosaries said in prior
times. It is recommended that those participating in these Transtemporal Rosaries, allow
sufficient time to fully live each mystery. Each mystery will require several minutes in the least;
therefore, a five-decade Rosary could take a full hour. The Mystery is lived, then the “recitation
of the beads” are recited slowly and thoughtfully. It may be wise to live only one five-decade
Transtemporal Rosary per week at first, while continuing to recite the normal Rosary as usual.
Little by little the soul may want to increase the amount of time and frequency devoted to the

Transtemporal Rosary

(The souls who live in the Divine Will do with God what He does.)

Sorrowful Mysteries

The Agony in the Garden:

Let us enter into the Divine Will and the ambience of Eternity and from there enter in all
reality with God into the actual events of time concerning the Passion of Jesus in the Agony
of the Garden following the Institution of the Eucharist at the Last Supper on that First Holy
Let us unite intimately with Jesus as He hastens from the Upper Room across parts of
Jerusalem to the Garden of Olives. Let us step together with Him in his steps, breathe in his
breathing, and beat in his heartbeats. United with the Holy Trinity, let us not only observe the
Man-God, but act with Them in the Humanity of Jesus while conserving Its existence; let us
conserve the ground He walks on, the air He breathes, the light of the stars twinkling with
tears, the sounds of the insects, and the movements of the little creatures of the night.

Let us enter with Jesus into the Garden of Olives and walk with Him to the large rock —that
rock upon which He will find Himself leaning during his great agony. Let us, with the Holy
Trinity, conserve the existence of that rock and the olive trees in that garden, and speak in
their stead words of compassion and words of supplication for God’s forgive-ness for the
sins of the human race.

With God the Father let us present to afflicted Jesus the sins and ingratitude of mankind from
Adam to the last person to be born on earth, which cause Jesus to tremble from Head to
foot, his Heart to pound violently, and anguish Him to the point of death: Murder, abortion,
impurities of every kind, thievery, dishonesty, apostasy, rebellion, vengeance, disobedience,
covetousness, Pride, Envy, Lust, Greed, Sloth, Gluttony, Anger, betrayals, scandals, sins
of Priests and Religious, sins of Heads of Government, sins of the tongue, lying, slander,
calumnies, blasphemy, false oaths, cursing, sins of thought, family feuds, unjust warfare,
plots against the Church…The punishments due to sin: war, earthquakes, tsunamis, floods,
storms, volcanoes…

Let us unite with that Eternal Love of the Father, which wanting the primacy in every-thing,
makes Jesus suffer all at once and in the most intimate parts, that which the executioners will
make Him suffer little by little.

Let us enter into Jesus and exude his bloody sweat; share his immense anguish which
causes the rock to crack beneath his pounding Heart. Let us unite with Jesus in asking the
Father to let this cup pass— the cup of all the ugliness and stench of human sin and perfidy;
and let us utter with Him on behalf of all humanity: “not my will but Yours be done.”
Let us go to the area where the Apostles are sleeping, and with the power of the Holy Trinity,
conserve their existence, the ground they sleep on, the air they breathe. With sorrowful Jesus let us ask the sleeping apostles, “Couldn’t you watch one hour with Me?”

Let us join with Mary and come in spirit and in reality and give support to Jesus in his greatest
affliction—so great that He arrives at the point of death! Then suddenly, let us rise with Jesus
in renewed strength and allow the perfidious Judas to complete his betrayal with a kiss.
With the Holy Trinity, let us conserve the existence of this traitor and the soldiers who have
come to arrest Jesus and give them the prime motion to all their actions. Let us ask with
Jesus whom the soldiers seek and reply with Jesus to their response that they are looking for
Jesus of Nazareth, with “I am He.” Let us conserve the lives of the soldiers as they fall to the
ground at the power of Jesus’ words. Let us provide the prime motion in Peter as he takes
his dagger and cuts off the ear of Malchus. Then, united with Jesus, let us work the miracle
of restoring Malchus’ ear. As Jesus meekly surrenders to the soldiers, let us walk with Him
away from the Garden of Olives to submit willingly to the remaining indignities and horrors of
his Passion.

The Scourging:

Let us continue our flight in the ambience of Eternity and with our God enter into the time of
the event of the Scourging of Jesus. Let us suffer with Jesus the indignity of Pilate’s order
to be scourged, and let us walk with Him to the place of the scourging pillar. Let us, with the
Holy Trinity, conserve the pillar’s existence and all the atoms and molecules of which it is
composed. Let us conserve the ground Jesus walks upon, the buildings he passes, the air
He breathes, and the rays of the morning Sun that touch Him. In and with Jesus let us meekly
submit to being tied to the pillar. Let us blush with Jesus as He is stripped of his garments
and with Him make humble reparation for the sins of indecency, immodesty, impurity, luxury,
and sensuality.

Let us conserve the existence of the soldiers who will whip Him and give them the prime
motion to carry out their atrocious and bestial acts of violence against his sacred flesh. Let
us enter into the very whips and thongs that strip away this sacred flesh of Jesus and cry out
to Him in these whips and thongs: “Our Lord, we are constrained by the Will of your Father
to be instruments of your torture, for the sake of ungrateful humanity. We long to be exempt
from this constraint, but we must submit meekly to the Divine Will.”

Crowning of Thorns:

Let us continue our flight in the ambience of Eternity and, with our God, enter into the time of
the event of the Crowning of Thorns.

After the atrocious scourging, Jesus is mocked as a king. Let us unite with Jesus and
produce with Him that sweet and gentle smile of love as the rabid soldiers form a crude
crown of long and piercing thorns, which they press and hammer upon his adorable Head —
some thorns even penetrating the back of his neck, his adorable Face and the flesh next to
his eye. With the Divine Trinity, let us conserve the thorns in existence and the soldiers as momentary relief. And let us with Jesus gratefully accept the precious benevolence of her action.

Let us provide conservation of existence and prime motion to the holy women of Jerusalem
who weep over the sight of Jesus making his way to the appointed place of his Death. And
let us, in Jesus, reply to these women, saying,

Daughters of Jerusalem, do not weep for me, but weep for yourselves and for your
children. For behold, the days are coming when they will say, 'Blessed are the
barren, and the wombs that never bore, and the breasts that never gave suck!' Then
they will begin to say to the mountains, 'Fall on us'; and to the hills, 'Cover us.' For if
they do this when the wood is green, what will happen when it is dry?" (Lk: 23, 28-30)

Therefore, let us with Jesus make reparation in this time of the “dry wood” for the crimes of
artificial birth control, the absolute heinousness of procured abortion, and the obstinacy of
those who engage in or support such great affronts to the Order of Divine Wisdom, forcing at
last the coming fire of Divine Justice.

Let us speak in and for the wood of the Cross words of sorrow and love to the condemned
Redeemer, confessing regret at causing Him so much pain, especially to his shoulder and
the rubbing of the crown of thorns against his Sacred Head—yet constrained to do this by
the Will of the Father to provide so horrible a torture to his Beloved Son for the sake of sinful

Death on the Cross:

We continue our flight through the ambience Eternity and, with our God, enter into the time of
the event of the Crucifixion and death of Jesus.

In and with Jesus, we meekly submit to the experience of his poor, wounded Head suffering
unspeakable pain as the crown of thorns is roughly torn off as the soldiers strip Him of his
seamless tunic. As the soldiers throw dice over his tunic, with Jesus we look back in time
with immense sorrow at guilty Adam, who gambled away his seamless tunic of celestial light
at the very dawn of man’s creation.

Then, we unite with Jesus who, with unimaginable humility and promptness, lays Himself
upon the cross and immediately extends his arms to receive the cruel and agonizing
hammering of nails through his sacred hands. We shudder all over in Jesus as His
tortured body is jolted as the executioners lift and drop the heavy cross in the hole they
have prepared. With the Most Blessed Trinity, we conserve the existence and provide the
prime motion to the executioners as they go about the business of assuring the death of
the Innocent One. With God we work in the thieves crucified beside Jesus, giving them
the graces to repent of their sins and acknowledge their dying God, though only one of the
thieves corresponds to these graces. By the Power of the Spirit of God we, in Jesus, say
with Him those last seven words to be recorded in the Gospel.
We agonize with Jesus for three long hours, thirsting for souls and gasping for breath,
gazing down upon his Mother, St. John and the holy women. With the Blessed Trinity we
communicate life to Jesus until the appointed moment of his last breath. We conserve and
provide the air that He and the others breathe, the Sun in the sky which shone down on this
most dolorous of scenes. Then as we take the last breath with Jesus, we bring about with
God a great earthquake, darken the sun, and rip asunder the great curtain before the Holy of
Holies in the Temple.

Having given up his spirit, we depart with Jesus for the Limbo of the just souls, which is
transformed into paradise by his Presence. While conserving the Sacred Body of Jesus
on the Cross, we wait for the spear of Longinus to pierce the Sacred Side, and with the
operating action of our God we burst forth a last gush of Blood and water, spurting some of
it into the dimmed eyes of Longinus. And through this wound in his side let us with Jesus
provide an entrance for souls for taking refuge in his Most Sacred Heart, the Life of which is
his Divine Will.

And now, with the lovers of Jesus at Calvary, we take down the Most Sacred Body of Jesus
and place it in the arms of his most sorrowful Mother.

Dear Reader,

If you have read the above Transtemporal Rosary carefully, you probably have realized that
it is truly a Round in Redemption. It utilizes several important aspects for making Rounds,
which are made known in the Volumes of the “Book of Heaven.” Some of these key apects
1.Fusing one’s human will in the Divine Will.
2. Dispersing one’s soul in the Divine Will, which is the bilocation of the soul everywhere.
3. Operating with God in Eternity.
4. Doing with God what each Divine Person does as his companion in all that He does.
5. Providing a voice for created things to speak in them on their behalf, appropriately for
    each occasion, words of recognition, love, praise, adoration, gratitude and glory.

In the most Holy and Adorable Will of God,
—Thomas Fahy