Friday, May 18, 2012

Fr. Ramon Andreu's Notes: Part Two, Post 16


Narration of María del Rosario Salceda

María de Rosario Salceda, 17 years old, from Aguilar de Campoo, writes like this:

“At one in the afternoon the two girls went up to the Pines, where, facing the Pines, they began to pray the Rosary.”

After a few moments, they had the first vision. During this vision the girls gave rosaries and medals to be kissed and they spoke with the Virgin, saying that one of the girls had been in Santander where they had cut her braids and they said that she was very ugly with short hair.

All of these facts were taken in on the recorder. The owner of this apparatus was there. When the vision ended, the owner told them: ‘Now you tell us what you’ve seen.’ They said that they’d seen the Virgin and that she wore a white dress and a blue mantle.
“While they were telling us this they had the second vision; they had this vision with their backs to the Pines.”

“In the Vision they said that there was an apparatus with which their words were being recorded and they answered and later we heard them on the tape.”

“Showing the microphone they said to the Virgin: ‘You speak, go on, speak—why won’t you speak?’ These were the last words that we heard when the dialogue ended.”

“When the second vision ended, the owner of the megaphone told them: ‘Now we’ll hear some of your words from this conversation.’ He played the megaphone, and when the tape was ending, we heard the girls’ voices at the end of the dialogue. They said: ‘Why won’t you speak?’ And a voice answered: ‘No, I won’t speak.’”

“The girls were very happy and hugging, said: ‘She spoke to us, it’s Her.’ And when they played the recording for the second time, we didn’t hear the voice again saying: ‘No, I won’t speak.’”