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By Thomas Siemer,Miguel D' Escoto,Rita Clark
Thomas, whereas attempting to write an entice the pope in Puebla, Mexico, in January 1979, heard a religious voice telling him what to write down to the Pope. This message used to be given to the Pope through Archbishop Pacheco of Puebla at the subsequent day. Thomas for my part gave this revelation to the Pope on January sixteenth, 1980 and each yr given that. He has spent the final 30 years giving God's Command to the Pope and the Church to prohibit all justification for nuclear war.
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