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Apparition of the Infant Jesus of Prague in Sievernich on March 25, 2020
during the prayer of Rosary from about 4:50 p.m. to 5:15 p.m.


During the prayer of Our Father” appears Jesus as the Infant Jesus of Prague.

M.: The Infant Jesus is coming to us in a robe of His Precious Blood and in a mantle of His Precious Blood. And again He has these tassels so tied on the breast with a shield.

[Own note  to the breastplate see below.((*)]

He has black-brown hair and blue eyes with a golden crown. He is coming to us with the golden book and His scepter and is asking us to pray: “Our Father in Heaven...”

Jesus is blessing us with His golden scepter and in the meanwhile we should pray "In the Name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit".

 The Infant Jesus speaks:

"Today is the Feast of My Most Holy Mother and at the same time also My Feast. This Feast has fallen into oblivion among you. In the future this day will be an important Feast.”

M. amazed to the Lord: "You're removing two tassels from Your robe, a golden and a red one." M. stretches her hands out, and the Heavenly King puts two tassels in her hands.

His Majesty says:

"The red tassel is for My Passion and My Precious Blood. And the golden tassel is for My Grace, which I Am giving to you. The gold of Heaven. Pray the Chaplet (Rosary) of My Precious Blood! And from now on, attach these two tassels to this Chaplet. These two tassels may remind you of the present day, the Feast of the Annunciation. After the recitation of this Chaplet (Rosary) of My Precious Blood, I wish you to recite 33 times “O Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on us!"

33 times. For this calling upon the Name of Jesus, the invocation of My Name, I gave you these two tassels. They will remind you of the robe of My Precious Blood and that I Am always with you at this time.”

M. repeats once again: "Invocation of the Name of Jesus, the tassels attached to the Chaplet of the Precious Blood, one golden and one red."

The Lord inclines His head to M. to the consent.

M. asks: "And did I understand it correctly, that they stand for the mantle and the robe of Your Precious Blood? And that You are always with us? As a sign that You will accompany us through these times and in the future. We should attach these tassels to the rosary and invoke the Name of Jesus; did I understand it correctly? Oh, Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on us?”

The Lord shows again His consent as before.

The Infant Jesus speaks:

"Some words I Am speaking now are for many!  Some words are only for ... The rosary is for many.“

The Lord is entrusting ...  His and that of His Most Holy Mother Apostolate.

The Heavenly King speaks:

"...But remember, I Am with you! Then everyone... everyone should wear the robe of My Precious Blood on his rosary. In this way, I Am giving Myself to you!”

M. pleased: "So we always have something with us."

The Lord says:

"The blessing should be according to the old rite! ADIEU!”

M. speaks: "I thank You, My Lord! ADIEU!”

The Lord blesses M. and ... makes the sign of the cross.


“Our Father in Heaven...Hail Mary, full of grace...”

M. waves to the Lord at farewell for one last time.

This text is beeing published according to the original recording.


This message is being announced without prejudice to the judgment of the Roman Catholic Church.

copyright © Manuela 2000


(*) Own note to the breastplate:

The sentence "... And He has these tassels tied on the breast with a shield.”

The history of these tassels began with a message from God. Through Moses He commanded His people to make tassels out of blue strings and to put them on the four corners of their garments. (Numbers 15, 38). God said: "When you look at them, remember all the commandments of the Lord and put them into praxis." (V. 39).

Dtn 22,12

12 You must make tassels for the four corners of the cloak in which you wrap yourself.

Numbers 15, 37-40

37 Yahweh spoke to Moses and said:

38 'Speak to the Israelites and tell them, for all generations to come, to put tassels on the hems of their clothes and work a violet thread into the tassel at the hem.

39 You will thus have a tassel, and the sight of it will remind you of all Yahweh's orders and how you are to put them into practice, and not follow the dictates of your own heart and eyes, which have led you to be unfaithful. 40 'This will remind you of all my orders; put them into practice, and you will be consecrated to your God.

Breastplate and Efod or Ephod (Hebrew אֵפוֹד) denotes the liturgical vestment of the highpriest of the Israelites. The detailed workmanship of the Efod is described in Ex 28.6–14: 'They will make the ephod of finely woven linen embroidered with gold, violet-purple, red-purple and crimson and twisted byssus.

Exodus, 28, 4-14

4 These are the vestments which they must make: a pectoral, an ephod, a robe, an embroidered tunic, a turban and a belt. They must make sacred vestments for your brother Aaron and his sons, for them to be priests in my service. 5 They will use gold and violet material, red-purple and crimson, and finely woven linen. 6 'They will make the ephod of finely woven linen embroidered with gold, violet-purple, red-purple and crimson. 7 It will have two shoulder-straps joined to it; it will be joined to them by its two edges. 8 The waistband on the ephod to hold it in position must be of the same workmanship and be of a piece with it: of gold, violet-purple, red-purple and crimson materials and finely woven linen. 9 You will then take two cornelians and engrave them with the names of the sons of Israel, 10 six of their names on one stone, the remaining six names on the other, in the order of their birth. 11 By the stone-carver's art -- seal engraving -- you will engrave the two stones with the names of the sons of Israel. You will have them mounted in gold settings 12 and will put the two stones on the shoulder-straps of the ephod, to commemorate the sons of Israel. In this way Aaron will bear their names on his two shoulders, before Yahweh, as a reminder.

13 You will also make golden rosettes, 14 and two chains of pure gold twisted like cord, and will attach the cord-like chains to the rosettes.