Sister Ciara

The Epistle of Saint Helena: The Most Feared Book Of The Bible That Ignited World War II

As I had previously written to you about Novice Kathleen Helen, she left our order and lived out the rest of her life under her married name Kay Summersby—but who returned in June-1942 to retrieve her 1923 research into Saint Helena she then shared with General Eisenhower—whom she had become the driver for without knowing why—until, that is, in February-1943 when Eisenhower needed this Irish lass to accompany him to her homeland—both of whom, in Feburary-1943, traveled to Dublin—and immediately afterward, saw Eisenhower gaining his fourth star and command over all British forces—and, by December-1943, further saw him becoming the Supreme Commander of all Allied Forces fighting Nazi Germany.    […]

Sorcha Faal

The Epistle of Saint Helena: The Hidden Map Of Truth

Novice Kathleen Helen writing in 1923 about the mysterious mathematical discoveries made by Saint Helena, voiced her growing fears that the new (and never proven) theories of Charles Darwin would supplant proven Christian teachings and ancient writings, with her wondering how this could be so when “the hidden majesty of God is so plainly visible to anyone would open their eyes to see”. […]

Sister Ciara

The Epistle of Saint Helena

“It’s almost as if science said, ‘Give me one free miracle, and from there the entire thing will proceed with a seamless, causal explanation’.  This one free miracle was the sudden appearance of all the matter and energy in the universe, with all the laws that govern it.” Rupert Sheldrake, Ph.D.—biologist and author of more than 85 scientific papers and 8 books, the co-author of 6 books, and ranked among the top 7.5% of researchers in world