Over the past 150 years, there has been a growing interest in the occult: in
non-Christian spiritualism, in extra-terrestrial life forms, and in astral powers that
might influence humans or be controlled by humans.
To counteract this, I think, Christ has been sending his mother with warnings from heaven to alert us where we are headed. Many people balk at the idea that Christ's mother plays any role in Christ's mission to save souls. I would ask them: "When you get to heaven, what do you expect to do? Nothing? Won't Christ count you among his saints and angels to do his bidding and work with him to save souls? If you expect to serve Christ in heaven (and you should expect to do so. After all, Christ rules heaven) you should be at his service. Why, then, would his mother not be at his service?
Which of has a better relationship with Christ than his mother? She serves Jesus like we serve Jesus. Don't confuse respect for Mary as "worship." I, myself, know better than to worship Mary. I respect Mary. I respect everyone who is in heaven. I hope to get there myself someday. If I do get there, I hope people will respect me also. I also hope that Jesus will have something for me to do.
I believe that, in this life, Jesus wants me to serve him even though I'm not perfect. I'm sure Jesus wants all of us to spread HIS message to other people and to do whatever we can to help other people find salvation. We stumble around in this life because we're confused by all the arguments we hear. However, in heaven, we will not make any mistakes. We will, finally, be perfect. If you and I expect to be perfect in heaven, why would Christ's mother not be perfect? Instead of balking at the messenger, why not examine the messages? Everything I say in my book about the messages can easily be verified by surfing The Internet. In addition to The Internet, I have also provided traditional references.