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Photo: Mr. Paxton Elkins wearing his “Paxton’s Army” gear. This is both his mother and I’s favorite photo of him. His long eyelashes are simply beautiful. There is no question in my mind that he is an incarnate son of St. Mary.
On Sunday, October 15th, 2017 at 7:25 a.m., young Paxton Elkins, aged eight, who was initially introduced in the first volume of The New Wine, died peacefully at his home in Portage, Indiana, surrounded by his loving family. I recall waking up that morning feeling “off” the entire day. I knew something was different. It was not until later in the evening that I heard from his family that he had gone to be with St. Mary that morning. I am dedicating this entire book to the memory of his remarkable life. Paxton’s life, although very short, was extremely meaningful nonetheless. He lived fifteen months after he was diagnosed with diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma or DIPG. Only 3 percent of children diagnosed with DIPG live past nine months. I believe we were granted an extra six months with him by God the Father.
There is no doubt in my mind that Paxton was an incarnate son of St. Mary. As stated in the first volume of The New Wine, Paxton translates to “peace town” which is also the subtitle of the second volume of The New Wine. In fact, Paxton and I comprise what Jim Morrison and I sang in “Waiting for the Sun” as referenced in the line “it’s time to live in the scattered sun.” What’s interesting is Paxton and his brother Landon were both conceived right around the same time my wife and I had two miscarriages. He and I are the “scattered sons” of St. Mary. Paxton, Jim Morrison, and myself also comprise part of a Bible prophecy/passage that Jesus gave thousands of years ago. The passage states, “How many times are you supposed to forgive your brother? seventy times seven,” Jesus stated. If you take Paxton’s age of seven when I first met him and the combined ages of Jim and myself being seventy years old when we first met, you have seventy times seven. I do not believe this is a coincidence. Why do I believe this all to be true? The day after Paxton died on Monday, October 16th, 2017, at exactly 3 p.m. at the exact moment I was thinking of the last hug I received from him that he gave me for praying to “take his pain for him,” my silver Christian cross bent nearly in half,
The Sunday afternoon that Paxton passed away, another “half rainbow” (like the two fraternal twin rainbows that appeared in the skies of West Michigan that initially led me to Paxton and his family) appeared again almost in the exact same location as the first half fraternal twin rainbow that appeared a year earlier. The half rainbow to me was a sign for Paxton’s life. His life was not fulfilled completely and not yet a “full rainbow” at the time of his DIPG cancer diagnosis and tragic passing. Earlier in the summer, we had a second very interesting looking full rainbow appear just like the first one that went across the skies as shown in the first volume of The New Wine.
In ‘The New Wine”, volume 2 (Peace Town), Matthew Douglas Pinard unfolds the miraculous short life of Paxton Elkins.
On Sunday, October 15th, 2017 at 7:25 a.m., young Paxton, aged eight, was initially introduced in the first volume of “The New Wine”, died peacefully at his home in Portage, Indiana, surrounded by his loving family.
Paxton’s life, although very short, was meaningful nonetheless. He lived fifteen months after he was diagnosed with diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma or DIPG. Only 3 percent of children diagnosed with DIPG live past nine months.
In this exciting sequel, author Matthew Pinard expounds on some of the greatest mysteries of all time.
• Does the devil exist?
All these questions are answered with incredible photos, giving the reader a glimpse of what Jim Morrison called “the sun dome in the night.”
The book solves the mystery of the two golden keys handed to St. Peter by Jesus Christ, and demonstrates how anyone who believes can enter the Kingdom of God prior to “death.”
“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.”