Taylor R. Mashall’s Warning from God

Marshall’s Vision from God

As recounted here by Deacon Frederick Bartels, just over a year ago Taylor Marshall publicly reported that he had a vision of the Church as Mother. He described the vision in a video posted March 6th, 2018. Upon seeing the vision, he says he mistakenly thought that the milk of the Church was poisoned. Then he heard a voice, either from an angel or from God himself, correcting him: “No, the milk is still pure.”

About a year later, Dr. Marshall rejected and contradicted the vision of God given to him in a private revelation, by claiming, in the book Infiltration, that the milk of the Church has been poisoned by Satan and by Satanic conspiracies.[1] And he knows he is contradicting that vision. He removed the video from his website. And no copy of the page is now found in Google’s cache or at archive.org. Taylor Marshall doesn’t want people realizing that he published a book which knowingly and directly contradicts the correction and warning given to him in a vision from God!

That is the way it is with these papal accusers. If God himself were to give them a vision to correct their lack of faith in the purity of the Church’s teaching, they would not accept it. And in the case of Taylor Marshall, he did in fact receive such a vision. God attempted to prevent him from harming the Church with that book, and he ignored God. He rejected the teaching of God given directly to him. And he accused the Church of feeding her infants with milk that was poisoned by Satan, even after God told him in a vision: “No, the milk is still pure.”

When I said that Taylor Marshall committed blasphemy against the Holy Spirit by that book, it was no exaggeration. He literally committed that sin, not the form called final impenitence, but the form where one accuses Jesus Christ of having a demon. Satan has not infiltrated the Church. For the Church has the Holy Spirit as Her Soul. An individual human person, in the state of grace, has the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, and therefore cannot be possessed by Satan. Similarly, the Church has the indwelling of the Holy Spirit because She is the body of Christ. The Blessed Virgin Mary cannot be possessed by Satan. And the Mary is a figure of the Church. So it is not possible that Satan has infiltrated the Church by poisoning Her teachings or leading astray her Popes or the body of Bishops or an Ecumenical Council.

[1] Marshall, Taylor. Infiltration: The Plot to Destroy the Church from Within . Sophia Institute Press. Kindle Edition.

Partial Transcript of Taylor Marshall’s video:

“I was doing an examination of conscience before bed,” he explained, describing a common traditional Catholic practice, “and I was thinking on that point of being worried… about the Holy Catholic Church, Mother Church.

“And as I was, suddenly I saw this beautiful woman. She had blond hair, she was perfect, no wrinkles, no spots, and I immediately discerned that this was Holy Mother the Church.

“And she was writhing in pain. She was in a bed, there were sheets on her, and she was very sick. And I noticed that her breasts were engorged with milk, tons of milk. And there were babies and children crying out to her that were hungry. And she wanted to feed them, and she was upset, but she was so sick she could hardly sit up from her bed.

“And then I thought to myself, ‘Oh she’s poisoned, she doesn’t want to nurse the children because then she’ll give them the poison.’ And then there was this voice, it was like God or an angel, I don’t know, and it said, ‘No, the milk is still pure.‘

“And so I saw her there in all of her beauty, but so sick and struggling and loving those children and seeing all that milk stored up there. And I realized that the sacramental graces, the dogma, the doctrine, the morality, all of that in the Church is pure.

“There’s poison in the Church, the Church is hurting, there’s always been some poison in the Church. And Mother Church still loves us and Mother Church still wants to give us milk, and she will, but it’s a difficult time. But the milk is pure. The sacramental graces of Holy Mother Church is pure. She’s still beautiful, she’s still immaculate, there’s still nothing sinful, wrong, or broken with Mother Church. But there has been introduced something into her that is poisonous, and so she’s struggling a little bit.

“So we just need to love Mother Church, and we need to be fed by Mother Church, and be patient, and know that any incorruption that enters the Church does not affect the milk flow. The nutrition that Mother Church gives us is always pure, it’s always unadulterated, we can always trust that until the end of time.

“Hope that’s a comfort to you as it was for me. God bless, bye.”

Source of transcript from video here

See the full video here

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1 Response to Taylor R. Mashall’s Warning from God

  1. The Church is also the Bride of Christ:

    [Ephesians]
    {5:22} Wives should be submissive to their husbands, as to the Lord.
    {5:23} For the husband is the head of the wife, just as Christ is the head of the Church. He is the Savior of his body.
    {5:24} Therefore, just as the Church is subject to Christ, so also should wives be subject to their husbands in all things.
    {5:25} Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ also loved the Church and handed himself over for her,
    {5:26} so that he might sanctify her, washing her clean by water and the Word of life,
    {5:27} so that he might offer her to himself as a glorious Church, not having any spot or wrinkle or any such thing, so that she would be holy and immaculate.
    {5:28} So, too, husbands should love their wives as their own bodies. He who loves his wife loves himself.
    {5:29} For no man has ever hated his own flesh, but instead he nourishes and cherishes it, as Christ also does to the Church.
    {5:30} For we are a part of his body, of his flesh and of his bones.

    To claim that food the Church uses to nourish us is poisoned, or the claim that the teachings of the Pope or of the Magisterium are heresies is tantamount to say that Christ failed in His role of being a good Husband to His Wife, the Church. That is to say that He has failed to take care of Her, to nourish Her, to cherish Her, to sanctify Her, and that He has let Her have spots or wrinkles and not be Holy and Immaculate.

    And the Pope is the head on earth as the chief representative of Christ (CCC# 877, 880, 891, 936). If the head is teaching heresy, then the Church is not immaculate. But that is contrary to the Word of God.

    “trust in the Holy Spirit, to trust in Christ, by trusting in Peter.” (The Primacy of The Successor of Peter in The Mystery of The Church # 15).

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