Eucharistic Experience  
 

8TH DECEMBER, 1976

March 26, 2012 by Ida Peerdeman

During Holy Mass, at the Creed, while we were reciting: “The Word was made flesh,” “the Light” came from the four corners of the Chapel and spread over the altar, the priest and all those present. At the Consecration, “the Light” shone over the altar and the priest only, and it was as if the people present were in the shade.

On receiving “Our Lord” I had a heavenly vision. I was again standing in St. Peter’s Square and I saw quite the same spectacle as in the dream I had in the night of October 29th to 30th, 1976. This time, however, there were no dark clouds above the Square, but a blue clear sky. “The Voice” called:

“You are standing now in the same Square, but watch what will happen.”

All the torn nets disappeared and in their places came new, undamaged ones. Again, I stood near the high pillar and at its top I saw that fishing-net hanging full of live fish. “The Voice” spoke:

“Watch.”

Suddenly, the net fell down near the foot of the rock. I had to look at it and thought inwardly. “These fishes are dead, they have lost life now.”

From the sky I heard “the Voice” calling:

“Cephas, My Cephas, you have been granted the power to make them alive again.”

Then the net opened and instead of fish, people of different races and tribes came stepping out.

They gathered around the rock and all looked up. “The Voice” continued:

“Give these people My Bread.”

Then I saw, on high, beams of light radiating on both sides of the rock, and from them I saw baskets coming down at one side and bowls full of grapes at the other side. They were placed around these people.

“Cephas, I have given you the power.”

Thereafter a magnificent, glorious “Light” began spreading over the rock and the whole Square. And I heard:

“My Spirit will support you. Watch well.”

Now a beautiful, high Ivory Tower rose beside that rock. It was more beautiful than the one I had seen before. Round about it twelve stars appeared one by one. But high in the midst I saw the most beautiful star, which changed alternately from a star into a Golden Rose.
Meanwhile I heard “the Voice” say:

“She was exalted above all tribes. She is ‘the Lady of All Nations.’ She will help you.”

This heavenly vision stayed a long time before my eyes and then slowly faded away.

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