Nadia Fabian, Author

My name is Nadia Fabian. I had a stroke on September 16, 2010 that was followed by an epiphany. So profound was what I saw that I could not think of anything else. The stroke’s debilitating features did not faze me at all. I knew I had to get down the things I saw, thought, and felt onto paper. The insight I had were simply too powerful not to share with as many people as possible.

The stroke and epiphany experiences changed my sleeping habits – I began sleeping four hours a day. Amazingly, I am not tired at all during the day. Now Donald Trump and I had something in common to share. He also sleeps four hours a day. But there is something else that the epiphany left me – I keep hearing a melody in my head. It took me two years to find out what it is. It is Dios te Salve, Maria(Hail Mary in Spanish) that we sing at a procession for Blessed Mary in the Philippines. It goes like this:

Dios te salve, María, llena eres de gracia,
el Seńor es contigo.
Bendita tú eres entre todas las mujeres,
y bendito es el fruto de tu vientre, Jesús.

Santa María, Madre de Dios,
ruega por nosotros, pecadores,
ahora y en la hora de nuestra muerte.

Amen

It is now more than six years since my epiphany, and I am still hearing the melody. What I did was include the song in my daily prayer.

Many of the biblical stories that I grew up believing them to be true were not true at all. The stories in the Bible had hidden meaning that I was able to decode. Because my right arm is partly paralyzed, High Self, with whom I had been communicating through a pendulum, told me it was time to discard my pendulum. Then, one by one the messages came to me like I was thinking of them. I reviewed the messages and analyzed them. I could not have made these up. These were the biblical messages given to me. The messages were given to a woman to disseminate the truth.