Sonntag, 22. Mai 2011

French Polynesia, Cote d'Ivoir, Hongkong

The signers of the petition come from all parts of this planet. That means <The POEM of the Man-God" is read all over this world. I just list some countries out of the list of the signers: USA, Germany, Australia, France, Italy, Spain, Equador, Canada, United Kingdom, Philippines, New Zealand, Mexico, Malta, Netherlands, Belgique, French Polynesia, Hongkong, Japan, Brazil,....
Especially Australia and the USA are coming up strong!
It seems that the Arabic countries haven't heard much of Maria Valtorta.

Sonntag, 15. Mai 2011

300 signatures line crossed

Today we crossed the 300 signatures line. The pace of signature flow is low in the moment, but steady! So supportes of this petition, look for ways in forums, facebook, twitter, emails, websites to put a link to this Maria Valtorta petition.
here is the petition link again:

Mittwoch, 11. Mai 2011

Google Site Ranking with keyword 'Valtorta'

Today the  petition site at was ranking about Number 50 (on page 5) in google, when you look for <valtorta> as keyword.
Our goal is to bring the petition site up on page 1, that means under the first 10 sites.
One idea to accomplish that, is that all signers also put a comment on the petition site. This will help the google site ranking.
A comment can also be given by people who already have signed the petition days ago.
Also, when the petition Site gets a lot of links from other websites, its ranking will go up. So you can ask webmasters of other catholic sites, if they mention the petition on their page and put a link to the petition site!
So all of this can be helpful to climb the letter.

Here is the direkt link to the comments on the petition site.

Dienstag, 10. Mai 2011

new steam to the petition

what can we do to give this petition new steam?
all interested people should somehow include the dissemination of this Work of Maria Valtorta in her prayers.
All interested people should try to find 2 or 3 other people to sign the petition.
Find them in your neighbourhood, with your friends, in your parish, via internet, but find them.
Maybe you have still other ideas. Great!
Write them in a comment to this posting!

Donnerstag, 5. Mai 2011

Display your signature publicly

Dear Signers, please make sure, that the knob <Display my signature publicly> is turned on, otherwise your signature will not appear in the final list of signatures (attached to the petition letter) and has no value then.
Concerning Country: People from Outside the U.S., klick on <Outside the U.S.> and a list of countries will appear in the State <Select> field. There klick on your Country.
On Display on the Maria Valtorta petitionSite ( will only be your name, Town and Country (not your email adress).
On the final list (petition to the Congregation) there will be your name, town, zipcode, country.
This is only an image of the signing form

Mittwoch, 4. Mai 2011

starting the day with 200 signatures

we sent emails to all Kinds of catholic organisations

Sent eMails to Brasil, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, India, US, Poland, Switzerland and other countries.
Made entries into different catholic forums
and continue the work to spread the petition all over the world.

Many signers are coming from the US. It seems there are a lot of M. Valtorta readers in the West! Right now signers from Australia are coming in (12:59 CET), I think this is about midnight down under.

Dienstag, 3. Mai 2011

Signature count on

I asked for clarification, because today the signatures weren't updated correctly (for the first time!).
For a long time the signature count was on 183 today, then 2 persons must have signed (there was also a new comment to the petition at the same time), because the count was going up to 185, but the list of signatures stayed the same (So person 184 and 185 didn't show up).

I got an answer from (04. May 11): <The missing counts are the people, who don't want their name to show up on the list. They have unchecked the box that states "Allow my signature to be seen publicly".>

Probably these signers won't show up in the final report or letter to the Congregation, we can only mention them as hidden signers. We have to find out on this matter.
(I totally forgot about thee hidden signers, excuse me).

Montag, 2. Mai 2011

Screwdriver in the shop

Looking for Websites which may support our petition I came across a lot of superficial statements about Maria Valtorta, from people, who haven't really read the POEM, have not read the quaderni, don't know about the wondrous development and timing of the dictations and visions. That's a pity.
They get stuck with the screwdriver in Joseph's shop, mentionend in the POEM, and state that screws were invented centuries much later. 
This seems be a good test for the seriousness of the POEM.
Some <friends> of Maria Valtorta in these forums apologize for Maria Valtorta, that she was a simple women and couldn't differentiate the different tools...
Maria Valtorta doesn't need the apologizing and she wasn't a dumb women, she was well educated and had an extraordinary precise perception.
You probably know the Research paper of David J. Webster, where he states:
<The Pythagorean philosopher Archytas of Tarentum (5th century BC) is the alleged inventor of the screw. Screws came into common use around the 1st century BC. These were the wooden screws that were used in wine presses, olive oil presses and for
pressing clothes.>
More on Archytas of Tarentum and his invention of the screw here.
More in general of the invention and use of screws here.

Sonntag, 1. Mai 2011

3. day of petition, 100 signatures

it's gaining momentum!
people from all over the place:
australia, guatemala, spain, south africa, Czech Republic, Canada, USA, France, Italy, austria,.....