A brief introduction to the history of the Rosary 150

A brief introduction to the history of the Rosary 150

 

The explanation of how the enemies of God Jesus Christ changed Our Lady’s Psalter in order to water down its power, and how we can reverse those changes.

Welcome back to our blog, dear English-speaking readers!

On the 13th century Our Lady gave to us, the members of the Catholic Church, Her Psalter (the one we know as Rosary 150) and the Brown Scapular in order to use them so we protected ourselves against the Devil and its lackeys. This means that the enemies of the Catholic Church already were destroying the Church from inside since that period of time.

The power and effectiveness of Our Lady’s Psalter (Rosary 150) are well known by the enemies of the Catholic Church, that’s why they have done great efforts to modify it, being contrary to Our Lady’s request. Let’s explain the changes as follows:

a)      How the original prayer was distorted:

The words Mary, Jesus and Amen were inserted.

The second part added during the 15th century has a confusing message, which we’re going to solve right now: Our Lady and “Saint Mary” are not the same.

b)      How the prayer sequence was nullified:

First: The 150 Aves were divided on groups of 50, some people felt easier to recite only the third part of the complete prayer sequence. Check this out: A psalter is composed of 150 prayers, whereas a “rosary” has only 50.

Second, the most destructive change: The reinsertion of the paternosters (Lord’s prayer) and the development of the decade system (the “tens”).

Third: the combination of the first and second changes, adding the meditations on “biblical mysteries.”

Fourth: the addition of other prayers: the Creed, the Glory be, the Litany of Loreto, etc.

c)       How other methods of praying were promoted, and Our Lady’s Psalter fell into oblivion.

Some kept the practice of reciting the 150 psalms and/or 150 paternosters (Lord’s prayer).

The development of biblical psalters and biblical rosaries.

Many religious orders promoted their own “praying devotions”, by repeating on a specific sequence the Lord’s prayer, the Glory be, and/or the Ave prayer; it also became very popular to repeat a prayer 3 times, or 5, 33, 50, 100, 300, even more than 1,000 times.

The approval the church authorities gave to these “diverting devotions” because they caused Our Lady’s Psalter to be almost forgotten.

All the events described above occurred during the last seven centuries, until Our Lady in Fatima ordered the first correction: the Fatima Prayer. However, even this prayer was altered by the enemies of the Catholic Church for the purpose of diminish its efficiency.

Despite all this, our friends of www.fatimamovement.com requested to Our Lady the necessary guidance so they could restore the Rosary 150, and you know what? They achieved this. Thank you very much, buddies!

We are preparing for this blog the history of the Rosary 150 with all the information we could gather, it’s still in progress but we’re almost done. And we want this work to be spread everywhere, so we’re writing it on English, then we’ll translate to Spanish, don’t worry about that.

Here’s a sample: This is how Our Lady’s Psalter looked like before 1569. Look at it: A string of 150 beads.

 

Rosario 150, Rosary 150, Santo Rosario Completo
An original Our Lady’s Psalterium

 

The image was downloaded from this webpage.

http://people.tribe.net/authenticthreads/photos/4bf58ff8-4b41-48b1-b375-62e0dacab21f

 

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