Australian Journalist Dies
In the evening, between eight-thirty and nine o’clock, I was praying a decade of the Rosary for the Holy Souls, when suddenly a soul walks into my lounge room, coming from the front door of my house.
I immediately recognised the soul of Michael Willesee who had died earlier today. He was wearing an off-white t-shirt and grey tracksuit pants. He came in and stood in front of me and looked at me long enough so that I would recognise him.
Michael Willesee was a prominent Australian television journalist who converted back to the Catholic faith about two decades ago.
I said, “O Michael, you came to visit me. Now you know where I live. You didn’t come when you were alive.” Michael did not respond. I understood that he needs to be guided to our Lord Jesus. When souls die they wander around waiting for someone to guide them to our Lord.
I said, “Lord I offer you Mike Willesee, please be merciful to his Holy Soul and may he rest in peace.”
As he started to move, a mist like a fog, appeared over his face and part of his head. He then left my room through the back of the house. I thought to myself ‘That’s strange, that the mist covered his face.’
Two days later, the angel explained the meaning of the mist. He smiled as he said, “Michael felt uncomfortable to come and seek your help as he did not contact you while he was alive even though he knew about you. That is why his face is covered by the mist.”
Spiritually the mist represents embarrassment.
The angel said, “After the soul passes from this life into the next the Truth is revealed to them, and many are directed to you to help them because they need your help.”
No matter how important we are here on earth, we still need help to by guided by God.