Message from Mary Queen of Heaven and Earth

By Valeria Copponi

January 18, 2017

Yes, my daughter, I want it! Maybe it is the first time that I dare to affirm my will, but certainly My Son will allow me. I want, my dearly beloved children, I want you all to be saved.

You will have so much evidence of this, but if not I do not have you through love I will take you in fainting.* You mothers understand me, now, in well-being, you can only find sin. I will not be holding back the arm of Jesus for much longer, and He with his Father will act, they will respond to you as you want.

Love does not seem to touch you, but touching your pockets, perhaps you will respond to the attack. Everything has been given to you: love, mercy, well-being, but your answer is always the same: taking the place of God.

Your humility has gone, losing its power, and your "I" has taken over. It seems to have overcome everything, and because of this, now you will experience how little your humanity is worth without respect and trust in God.

You are poor creatures at the mercy of Satan; he is taking back all that he has given you through deception, and how are you responding? That is why today I say "I want." I want to save the lives of all my children, I want Satan and all his evil to be destroyed, I want you all, after much merited suffering, to come to understand that salvation is in God alone.

You will suffer, my children, but only in suffering will you find yourselves and the love of God again. Nature is rebelling against you, it is giving back to you the poisons that it has had to endure until now, but time is short and the whole firmament will go back to shining as on its first day. The hands of God will reshape the entire universe.

I will bless you at every moment of the day or night; entrust yourselves to your most holy Mother, entrust your families to me, your parishes, pray without ceasing for the Holy Father and for the whole Church. Even suffering will pass and my heart, finally, will triumph.

Mary Queen of Heaven and Earth


[* Translator's note: Italian per svenimento, presumably in the sense of 'when you faint [in shock]']