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Photo: Another amazing sunrise the morning of January 23, 2019, after a full rosary at St. Germaine’s Catholic Church in Prescott Valley, Arizona. My prayers were focused on the acceptance of our two keys of “Be Love” and “Believe” to be embraced by all of mankind.
I want to take a moment to discuss the subtitle of The New Wine Volume 3 and explain why “The Veil Rent” was chosen as a title for this volume. The definition of veil is a “piece of see-through fabric meant to cover something (in religious circles the face).” The definition of rent means to “pay someone for use of something.” The spiritual definitions of both these words used in concert have connotations to both St.
Photo: An amazing sunset off the coast of Santa Barbara, California, on February 16, 2019, after attending a memorial service of a friend of a friend who passed away very suddenly in January. This sunset appeared a day after intense rain and clouds, which is highly abnormal for even Southern California. I had prayed a full rosary earlier in the day at the Old Mission in Santa Barbara for St. Mary to enter this dearly departed friend of a friend into the other kingdom without delay.
Mary and her incarnate sons. (Yes, there have been now three.) Earlier in this volume, I showed another photograph of a veiled woman’s face clothed with the sun. This woman is St. Mary, and she is wearing a veil to show the world her role and place in the Holy Trinity.
“The Veil Rent,” which is the title of this book, refers to the event following the crucifixion of Jesus Christ on the cross. As he bowed his head and said “It is finished,” an earthquake struck and the veil inside the temple in Jerusalem was torn in two, or “rent.” This event was referred to as the “veil being rent,” which is interesting because it can also be translated as “the debt has been paid.” As it pertains to the message of this third volume of The New Wine, when referring to the “veil,” we not only are referencing St. Mary’s headdress; we are also referring to each and every human being’s identity within Christ in terms of your life being a unique mystery in and of itself.
Let me explain further. Each of us was given a name at birth; for some of us, that name may have held special meaning to our parents or they may have been moved by the Holy Spirit to choose that name. That certainly is what I believe was the case with young Paxton Elkins and his first name translating to “peace town” as described in The New Wine Volume 2: Peace Town. Paxton’s birth, life, and even death was all mapped out by our Creator well in advance; and he was given a name to help us identify his role in this world, which, in my opinion, is bringing us all peace. Knowing now that each and every one of us has a special place in God’s other kingdom, would that better inform you how to live your life? That is to say, if you knew you had a special purpose from St. Mary and her incarnate “scattered son,” would you not do everything within your power to uncover what that special mission is, especially if fulfilling that mission meant eternal life?
In this intriguing third volume ‘The New Wine’ (The Veil Rent) book series, author Matthew Douglas Pinard expounds further upon mysteries from the “other kingdom.”
• What does the term Anunnaki mean?
• Where did the human race originate from?
• What happens when we die?
• Who is the “hunter of the green vest”?
• What is the importance of the constellation Orion?
• What was the true intention behind the mysterious equation given to Albert Einstein many years ago?
• What is the Akashic record for and how do we access it?
• Who is Archangel Michael and what is his role in our world?
• How do spiritual entities manifest themselves in our natural environment?
• Are there present signs of the apocalypse today?
All of these questions and many more are answered in ‘The New Wine’, volume 3 an incredible publication with new photographs and true-life stories that will engage those seeking for existential answers in their lives.
On June 3rd, 2020 one day after the mysterious “eyes” appeared in the clouds in our skies near Prescott Valley, Arizona this deadly and rare “derecho” swept across New Jersey with 90 m.p.h. winds killing four people.
The Extra Ordinary Minister of Holy Communion said prayers for the reception of the Eucharist, symbolizing the actual body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ, and opened his Pyx to give communion to a sick parishioner.
“The Veil Rent,” which is the title of this book, refers to the event following the crucifixion of Jesus Christ on the cross. As he bowed his head and said “It is finished,” an earthquake struck and the veil inside the temple in Jerusalem was torn in two, or “rent.”