This isn't true. She said that it was NOT an aurora borealis, that scientists should look into it, and that it was a phenomenon that couldn't be explained.
Cardinal Angelo Sodano, then the Vatican Secretary of State, announced that on May 13, 2000, 83 years after the first apparition, the Third Secret would finally be published. He said the secret referred to the 20th century persecution of Christians and the failed assassination attempt on St. John Paul II on May 13, 1981, the 64th anniversary of the first apparition.
Sodano is a horrible bishop, and I wouldn't trust him as far as I could throw him.
an Aurora isn’t an unknown by definition since we know what it is. If you know the intensity of the Earth’s magnetic field in an area, you can even predict them. I assume unknown means unnatural?
We have currently a Marxist, pro perversion pro Islam bishop of Rome. The current state of the church is near Scism. Is the vision of the pope killed on top of the hill supposed to be an evil ...... or a correction?
Or perhaps the soldiers doing the slaughtering are the refugees from Syria etc who are really an invasion army with the bulk of Europe oblivious to that reality.
“Sr. Lucia believed that an aurora borealis, which appeared in the sky on January 25, 1938, was the unknown light to which Mary had referred. The celestial phenomenon could be seen throughout Europe and as far south as Australia, and across the Atlantic to Bermuda and parts of the United States.”
Northern lights disrupt radios in Maine, frighten Europeans [Maine Press Herald, January 26, 1938, p. 1]
AUrora borealis startles Europe. People flee, call fireman [New York Times, January 26, 1938, p.25 ]
Magnetic storms playing heck with news wires [Dalas Morning News, January 26, 1938, p.1 ]
Aurora borealis cutting capers [Savanna Morning News, January 26, 1938, p. 1]
Borealis over Tennessee valey [The Kansas City Star, January 27, 1938]
Blame it on the sun [Rocky Mountain Herald, January 29, 1938, p.1 ]
Europe upset at first aurora since 1709 [Bismark Tribune, January 26, 1938, p.2 ]
Aurora borealis glows in widest area since 1709 [Chicago Daily Tribune, January 26, 1938, p.2 ]
Northern lights give prize show [Boston Globe, January 26, 1938, p.1 ]
Neon Lights in the sky: Display of aurora borealis viewed on two continents [Christian Science Monitor, January 26, 1938, p.1 ]
Northern lights down south [London Times, January 26, 1938, p. 12]
Aurora borealis abroad [London Times, January 27, 1938]
Science Journal Reports:
A large sunspot [Nature, January 22, 1938, p.156]
Aurora of January 25-26 [Nature, January 29, 1938, p.192]
The aurora of January 25-26 [Nature, February 5, 1938, p.232-235]
Cosmic rays and the aurora of January 25-26 [Nature, April 16, 1938, p.686-7]