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Vic Biorseth, OWM; Friday,
May 02, 2014
This is all new to me, and I am wondering why. Such an extraordinary new branch of human knowledge should be headline news all over the place, and yet this is the first I have heard of it. Put "Fetal-Microchimerism" in your favorite search engine and see what comes up. You, too, may be astounded.
This was submitted to me by someone who wishes to remain anonymous, but feels the need to get the word out. Without further ado, here it is.
I don't pay for internet-access at home. I'm trying to keep my monthly bills low. I usually check my e-mail, and read blogs at the town library near me. This does limit me to some extent. However, I have enjoyed reading your articles online. It appears you take the Catholic viewpoint of seeking truth very seriously. In that light, I'd like to share some information with you. I believe it is remarkable news! I have tried to share this with various Catholic Organizations but for some reason they don't seem interested.
Below is a partial copy of a letter I sent to the Catholic Action League of Massachusetts. As you know, the Culture Wars rhetoric of "Faith not Being Compatible with Science" has been a rather obnoxious Mantra of the Mass Media for years. Here is some information that will set them on their heels panting from a deep body-blow!
Here is some information that proves that Margery Eagen of the Boston Globe is really the backwards-Neanderthal who won't accept Modern Science! I wonder if I've mentioned this to you before? There is a phenomenon called Fetal-Microchimerism that is cutting-edge science. This phenomenon was thought impossible just 20 years ago. It is being studied across the board in medical science and could be connected to possible treatment for 80 auto-immune diseases and new tests that will make amniocentesis obsolete. If I understand it correctly, by the time a woman knows she is pregnant stem-cells from the baby have already crossed the placental divide and made a permanent home in various parts of her body for the rest of her life! This means that there is no such thing as a complete abortion! By the time a woman knows she is pregnant she has already been programmed by God/Nature to be a Mother to that baby for the rest of her life! Here are a few links about this phenomenon:
There is mention of this phenomenon in Father Michael Calloway's book Under the Mantle. He mentions fetal microchimerism in this short video from YouTube. If you don't have time to watch the whole thing advance the player to 6 minutes and 30 seconds.
Not only does this miracle confirm Catholic dogma about Abortion it also points toward scientific reasons for all of the Marian dogmas! We know as Catholics that our Blessed Virgin Mary did not get pregnant in a conventional manner. Why would a woman go to any man tainted by sin to get the seed of God? However, if our Blessed Mother's pregnancy followed a natural path after that miracle from the Holy Spirit it's very possible that on a microscopic level Jesus' stem cells merged with Mary's body and stayed present with her for the rest of her life! It gives a new meaning to "the Lord is with you!" It would also confirm that Mary's veneration as the New Ark of the Covenant is absolutely legitimate! Tell Margery that Faith and Science go together in ways she never dreamed off. Not only is her way of thinking now out of date, so is the Horrid Supreme Court decision of 1973! When will the old, stuck in the past Supreme Court Justices update their primitive rulings?
Vic, I hope you can help spread the fantastic ramifications of this scientific phenomenon. I know that OBAMA, Planned Parenthood, and the Monolithic Mass Media will do all they can to keep a lid on this. I hope you can help break this wide open.
God Bless You and Your Holy Mission,
From: Catholic Action League <email@example.com>
Sent: Sun, Apr 27, 2014 9:40 pm
Subject: CATHOLIC ACTION LEAGUE LETTER TO THE EDITOR---THE BOSTON HERALD
April 27, 2014
P. O. Box 55843
Boston, MA 02205-5843
To the Editor:
Margery Eagan's breathtaking hypocrisy was on display when she wrote that Popes John Paul II and Benedict XVI wanted to re-emphasize "sin, rules and condemnation over mercy, forgiveness and comforting the poor..."(Eagan: John XXIII breathed new life into church, 4/27/2014).
Eagan demonstrates no mercy and remorseless condemnation towards those described by another recent saint, Mother Teresa of Calcutta, as the poorest of the poor---unborn children. Eagan's chilling, truly pitiless, lack of mercy was revealed in her column last month when she characterized the killing of the unborn not as a tragedy, but as "a relief."
C. J. Doyle
Catholic Action League of Massachusetts
35 Montclair Avenue
Attention: Mark Pickering
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