Message of Child Jesus of Prague
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Apparition of the merciful Child Jesus at the well Maria Annuntiata on the property of the House Jerusalem on the 25th May 2022


I see a big sphere of light shining beautifully and two smaller spheres of light next to it. Everything shines resplendent in golden light. The big sphere opens up and the merciful Child Jesus comes out of it wearing a big golden crown, a white and golden robe and cloak, a golden sceptre and a shining book. Now I see that there is “Vulgate” written on the shining book. It is the Holy Scripture. In his right hand the King of Heaven holds his golden sceptre. The merciful Child Jesus has blue eyes and short, curly, dark brown hair. Now the two angels come out of the two other spheres of light. They are dressed with simple white robes and have shoulder-length hair. They spread the Child Jesus‘ white and golden cloak which covers us like a tent. The merciful Child Jesus has a golden, shining heart on his chest. The angels sing: „Misericordias domini in aeternum cantabo.“ ( 3 mal)

The Lord looks at us and blesses us: „In the name of the Father and the Son, that’s Me, and the Holy Spirit. Amen.“ The Vulgate opens up and I see the passage Maccabees 4. The pages of the Holy Scripture are then turned as if by an invisible hand and I see the passage Paul, Romans 12.

M.: „I don’t know this passage, Lord. I will have to read it.“

Then I don’t see the Holy Scripture anymore. The merciful Child Jesus approaches. He asks me to put my two hands together so they form a shell and then he puts a bloody thorn into my hands and speaks:

„Dear friends, this thorn is from my crown of thorns. I was given this crown on earth so they could mock me. This thorn represents the lacking confidence. Pray like this:  „Jesus, I trust in You!" If humanity trusted me then it would receive an abundancy of graces."

The angels bow down before the Child Jesus and sing: „Sacratissimum cor Jesu, confido in te!“

The King of Mercy says:
„It is an act of my mercy that I come to you as the Devine Child. Trust in my grace. You will be facing difficult times but with Me, it will be easy. I spread my tent above you. It is a tent of protection and love. Listen to my Word. Take my Word seriously. I will lead you through this time.

The Lord addresses M.: „Do you trust in Me?“

M.: „ Yes, my Lord, I trust in You!“

The merciful Child Jesus speaks: „Do you love Me?“

M.: „Yes, my Lord, I love You! Look at the people who pray here fervently, Lord. Please, Lord, have mercy on us!“

The Lord looks at us all and says: „My mercy will be upon you!“

Then he instructs me to look at the thorn that is still in my hand. There is a white rose on the thorn now. The divine child has made a big white rose grow out of the bloody thorn. This rose does not only represent purity, innocence and trust. This white rose, as the divine child explains to me, represents the saints who are purified by his precious blood and who bear testimony of Him, the Lord. There is this army of saints and it is constantly getting more numerous. This is what the devine child tells me.

M.: „Thank You, Lord.“

The merciful Child Jesus speaks: „You too shall have mercy on your neighbour. Look at the House of Mercy. It’s urgent!“

Now the King of Mercy holds his golden sceptre to his heart and it becomes the aspergillum of this Holy Blood. Then He sprinkles us with his Precious Blood.

While he’s doing this, he speaks: „In the name oft he Fahter and the Son, that’s Me, and the Holy Spirit! He asks us to pray: „Oh, my Jesus, forgive us our sins, …“

Now, the King of Heaven appraoches the people and looks at the priests. The merciful Little Jesus says: „Men do not understand that I prepared my apostles. I have instructed them to do all things with my authority. In the name of the Eternal Father, I assigned to them the foundation of the Holy Catholic Church. The Father is in this Church, I am wholly in this Church. The world does not understand this but I am in my Church. Even if it suffers, the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.“

M.: „Even if it gets bad now, Lord?“

The Child Jesus looks at us seriously urging us: „Remain true!“

The King of Heaven says goodbye: „Adieu!“

M.: „Adieu, Lord!“

The Lord goes back into the sphere of light, wich embraces him completely and then gets smaller and disappears. It’s the same with the angels. They too go back into the spheres of light and disappear.


This message is published without wanting to anticipate the judgement of the Church.


Personal note: Having a Bible with him during the apparition, Dr. Heseman realized that both Bible passages in the Maccabees 4 are convenient for the time we live in.

Bible passages tent of God: 2. Moses/Exodus 29,42-43, Psalm 15,1, Psalm 26 Alioli Bible, Psalm 61, 4-5,  Isaiah 33, 20-22, Revelation 21.

Misericordias domini in aeternum cantabo (Psalm 89,2 Lamentation on the House of David) Translation: Forever with my mouth I will proclaim thy faithfullness.

The Lord instructs us vehemently to remain true to the teachings of the Catholic Church. We do not need to do the impossible. He urges us to remain true.




 Notes of Dr. Michael Hesemann on the bible passages:

The Lord in the shape of the Child Jesus of Prague points to two bible passages which are a message for themselves. But what can the Lord have meant with this? Let’s start with the well-known Letter to the Romans whose 12th chapter treats three issues: a warning of secularization („Do not be conformed to this World but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that you may prove what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.“ - Röm 12,2), an appeal to find ones mission in the community according to the gifts received from the Lord and an appeal to live a life in the spirit. I think that the warning of secularization, of adjusting to the world is the most important part in the second passage.

It is somewhat more difficult to decipher „Maccabees 4“ because there are two books of the Maccabees which both have a chapter four. By the way, the books of the Maccabees are precatholic; Luther thought they were of no importance and thus removed them from the Bible translation.  However, they are of high importance in Judaism where they form the background of the feast of Hannukkah which reminds of the sanctification of the temple 164 B.C. They describe a period of time which, to a certain extent, is the transition from the World of the Old Testament to the World of the New Testament, the time of Hellenism. In the 4th centruy B.C. Alexander the Great had conquered the last of the oriental empires, the Persian empire and had founded a Greek world empire which, after his death, was divided between his generals. One of these, Ptolemaios, became King of Egypt, another, Seleukos, became king of an empire that streched from Asia Minor to Bactria (Afghanistan) while also the Holy Land belonged to this empire. With the Greek influence increasing, Judaism became devided into to parties. On the one side, there were the „modernists“ who adapted themselves to the new rulers‘ hellenistic culture. On the other side there were the „traditionalist“  who eyed this suspiciously and isolated themselves from this culture as it was influenced by paganism and contradicted God’s laws. The modernists, for instance, had a „Gymnasion“ built in Jerusalem where young men did sport naked (greek gymnos), as was the Greek custom. In order not to distinguish themselves from the Greek while doing sport stripped to the bone, many hellenised Jews even had their circumcision reversed (1 Macc 1,15). Devout Jews thought this to be obscene, particularly because the nakedness brought with it the Greek bad habit of pedophile (pederasty). When the Seleucid King Antiochus IV. ordered that the sacrificial offerings in the temple of Jerusalem and the Sabbath rest be suspended and that, instead, a picture of Zeus shall be set up in the temple and that „impure animals“ like pigs shall be sacrificed and when every memory of the jewish religion was supposed to be deleted for the benefit of the religious homogenization ordered by the new rulers („all shall become one people and everybody shall give up their characteristics), a revolt of the devout Jews broke out led by the priest Mattatias and his son Judas, called Maccabeus („hammer“). While the king was waging war in the east of his empire, the insurgents suceeded to bring under control the province Juda using guerilla tactics. The temple was purified of all „atrocities commited in a holy site“ and it was again sanctified. The feast of Hannukah is reminiscent of these events to this day.

The 4th chapter of the first book of Maccabees initially describes some of the guerilla attacks against the Seleucid garrison, above all, however, it gives an account of the purification and sanctification of the previously impurified and deconsecrated temple. A corrupt group of priests loyal to the occupiers was replaced by „blameless priest devoted to the law…to cleanse the sanctuary…“ (1 Macc 4,42).

The second book of the Maccabees is not the sequel to the fist book but a parellel report from another author, probably Jason of Cyrene, who wrote for the Jews in Alexandria. Here, the forth chapter explicitly describes the introduction of pagan customs in Jerusalem and the corruption of the hellenistic priesthood. A certain Jason, for instance, bought a position as high priest from the king, had a „gymnasium and a body of youth for it established and shifted his countrymen over to the Greek way of life.“ (2 Macc 4, 9-10). Moreover, „he set aside the existing constitution and introduced new customs contrary to the law. For with alacrity he founded a gymnasium right under the citadel and he introduced the noblest of the young men to wear the Greek hat. There was such an extreme in Hellenization and increase in the adoption of foreign ways because of the surpassing wickedness of Jason who was ungodly and no high priest that the priest were no longer intent upon their service at the altar. Despising the sanctuary and neglecting the sacrifices, they hastened to take part in the unlawful proceedings in the wrestling arena after the call to the discus.“ (2 Macc 4, 11-14)

Of course it was not about the discus itself which was not forbidden by the Mosaic law, but it was about the fact that it used to be done naked.

And here we have, according to me, the message of this passage. Its intention is to let us know that we may not expect any blessing of the priests who have adapted themselves to the spirit of this time, who are corrupt and have hit the moral rock bottom. Also the passage from the Letter to the Romans warns of secularization. Instead, we are urged to take the side of those priests and bishops who remain true to the teachings of the Church with the help of whom God’s temple will be purified of the „atrocities commited in a holy site“ and the Church will be renewed according to God’s will and not according to the will of men. His blessing rest with them, the priest.