The Kingdom of Heaven is like treasure hidden in a field, which someone found and hid; then in his joy he goes and sells all that he has and buys that field.  ‘Again, the kingdom of heaven is like a merchant in search of fine pearls;  on finding one pearl of great value, he went and sold all that he had and bought it. (Matthew 13:44-46 NRSVACE)

I present to you the English translation of a vision received by Fr. Oliveira on February 28. One more time I must warn you that these are private revelations not ecclesiastically approved and must be discerned carefully. “Hold on to what is good and reject what is bad” and “do not despise prophecy” should the apostolic counsel to apply. Here for your discernment is the message conveyed to me by a friend in Brazil. Boldface emphasis is mine.

In the early hours of February 28 [2023], Father Oliveira had another very symbolic dream. This time, when he woke up, he didn’t have the intuition to check the time, but felt that he had received a revelation.

In the dream, the priest was in the field, in a place what appeared to be a farm. It was night. He saw, at the feet of a big fig tree, an old man with a big beard, well dressed, wearing a period suit and a beret. One old  lantern, hanging on the tree was lit up. Beside the old man, you could see a beautiful wooden trunk. The man was digging a hole with a shovel and crying at the same time.

The priest came closer and asked: “What are you doing?”

Dragging the chest towards the hole, the old man, bearing a docile look and a hoarse voice, replied:

“I am burying the greatest treasure that ever was…”

“But why?” asked the priest.

“Because my boss ordered it.”

Father Oliveira felt very sad about the situation of that gentleman. Then he asked: “What are you going to do now?”

“I will continue to serve my master because, even if buried, the treasure still exists…” responded the man.

After that sentence, the priest woke up. That same morning, he saw the news that the Pope had presented a document restricting the celebration of the Tridentine Mass. He understood that the dream was related to that, but it was connected to not only of Vetus Ordo Mass, but also to other matters pertaining to Holy Tradition. This was symbolized by the old man, who, despite being sad, showed no kind of hatred towards the boss but on the contrary: it appeared calmed. However, the priest did not understand if the dream described a spiritual reality that had just happened or if it was a prophecy still to be fulfilled.

I understand that if the revelation emphasized how positive was the fact of keeping the treasure, although hidden, it is because the Enemy had the plan to destroy it, but failed to carry it out. And the emphasis of this not being the end of the treasure seems to indicate that one day he will be recovered, unearthed.

Let us pray for the Tradition of the Church, which is in great suffering during these dark times. Pray that the treasure does not stay hidden for long and soon we all can see, in the light of day, the riches there preserved.

As reported from Brazil by Lucas Gelasio.

Please allow me to add this quote from Daniel 9 which I think could be pertinent.

He shall make a strong covenant with many for one week, and for half of the week he shall make sacrifice and offering cease; and in their place shall be a desolating abomination, until the decreed end is poured out upon the desolator. (Daniel 9:27)

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