MESSAGE FOR THE APPARITION OF MARY, ROSE OF PEACE, TRANSMITTED IN THE CITY OF TUSAYAN, GRAND CANYON OF COLORADO, ARIZONA, UNITED STATES, TO THE VISIONARY FRIAR ELÍAS DEL SAGRADO CORAZÓN DE JESÚS

The History That Was Never a Legend

In the far and colored lands of Northern Arizona, a sacred civilization once expressed itself, which came from the union and mixture of original North-Americans and Asians from ancient places, from various islands of Asia and Oceania.

As time went by, this union of family, of race and of culture, brought them to Northern Arizona, a region that for thousands of years had been acting as a fruitful terrain for the development of populations that benefitted from sowing and cultivation.

What always offered itself to this sacred people was the Colorado River, which bathed with its edges all the vegetation that was present in those times.

The cause of the disappearance of this people was not destruction nor any extraordinary event. Time showed this people that it had attained such a high degree of contact with the universe that it was no longer necessary for them to live from that which was material, as they had always done.

This sacred people from Northern Arizona also lived its path of transition, as did all civilizations and cultures that passed by this planet.

The ancient past of this people came before the lost civilization of Atlantis.

This sacred people, that originated from indigenous roots, from the moment of its union with its ancestors of the far East, never again experienced an encounter with any other race.

Its experience was based upon learning about the sustenance of group life. It was this union of consciousnesses that gradually made of the people an example of fraternity and of reciprocal solidarity.

The scenery of the Grand Canyon of Colorado was the place that favored the development of the intuitive aspect of this sacred civilization that, upon remaining naturally separated from the world and supported by extraordinary conditions of nature, created an environment favorable for the process of contact.