Yugoslavia war foretold years ago PDF Print E-mail

In a conversation with Fr. Petar Ljubicic OFM at Medjugorje on 2nd September this year, Elfriede Langpertal from Innsbruck, Austria, discovered that Mirjana, one of the Medjugoje seers, told Fr. Petar about the present war in former Yugoslavia 10 years ago!

“Mirjana told me in Tihaljina: “The Mother of God said to me, Croatians and Slovens will be free (and that means Bosnia and Herzegovina too), but first the war will come.’ Afterwards they will obtain liberty and everything which this implies.”

Fr. Petar then went to say that he didn’t say a word to Mirjana when she told him this, but later, on the way to Medugorje he asked her. “Do you know what that means – war, blood, and all the rest?”

“Yes, yes, I know! But that is what I know and I cannot say anything more!” replied Mirjana. Fr. Petar is the priest chosen by visionary Mirjana to reveal the warnings – the secrets – to the world three days before they occur. He told Elfriede that others told him that he was the one Mirjana had chosen and that at first he thought it was a joke – but a few months later Mirjana said to him: “You are the one.”

The First 3 Secrets

Ten days before. Fr. Petar will know what is to happen, where and when. He will pray and fast for seven days, and three days before the secrets occur he will announce to the world what will happen, how it will happen and where it will happen.

Fr. Petar believes that the first secret refers to Medjugorje, and will occur there. He says that “event” will be evidence for anyone who comes to Medjugorje, and afterwards that the Mother of God was in Medjugorje, and that the children were telling the truth.

When asked if he knew what kind of ‘admonition’ it will be, Fr. Petar would only say that it would not be pleasant. He said the third secret will be the sign on the Hill of Apparitions and it will be “a joy for all those who were here in Medjugorje, for all who believed.”

When asked if his brother Franciscans were afraid (with respect to the war) – he said that most were not, a few were a little afraid  and pessimistic – but that he believes it is a purification, a spiritual purification and a sign for the entire world. It is not a chastisement he says, it is only an admonition and a call to finally convert, to finally believe in God, to really do penance, to help our selves and all the others in order that all men are saved.

Elfriede’s final question to Fr. Petar asked if Our Lady had told the local population to help those who suffer need. Fr. Petar replied: “The Mother of God always said we should think of others. She has always thought of us, and she has given us a good example. Now we should follow it.”

(Reprinted from the Medjugorje Sentinel, No. 20 Christmas 1993.)