The Sun's Miracle, or of Something Else?

Stanley L. Jaki

    In making public the Third Secret, the Vatican described it as part of the most prophetic of private revelations in modern times. As such it had to be supported, as are all true prophecies, with miracles.
    The miracles connected with Fatima form a long series that reach into the last decade of this century. Any such series or chain must be especially secure in this first link, which in this case, is the miracle of the sun, an event witnessed by 50,000 on October 17, 1917.
    No one who raised respectful objections to that private revelation called in doubt that event. But even the best champions of that revelation, or the message of Fatima, failed to carry out a painstaking study of the nature of that miracle.
    The study, which must start with a thorough listing and analysis of the eyewitness accounts, leads to the conclusion that, instead of the sun, an air lens served as the means of a divine intervention.
This little booklet presents the gist of the author's God and the Sun at Fatima, a work of almost four hundred pages.