Vatican secrets brought to light , during an interview given to the Romanian TV channel, TVR Cluj, by Miceal Ledwith, former adviser of the Pope John-Paul II, former dean of Saint Patrick Diocesan College of Wexford, former President of Conferences of Heads of Irish Universities and former member of Management Bureau of the Conference of Rectors of European Universities, makes a shocking statement:
” Although it is well known that Latin is the official language of the Catholic Church and, also, the language of the Roman Empire, and Romanian is a latin language but, few people know that Romanian language or, its precursor, comes from the place where Latin stems from, and not vice-versa. Briefly, I want to greet the people from the Bucegi Mountains, from Brasov, from Bucharest.It is you who have provided a wonderful vehicle to the Western World ( Latin language).
You can see this declaration in the following video, starting with 52:21 min.
Which reminds us the speech of the Pope Jean-Paul II during his visit in Romania , in 1999 that Romania is the „Garden of Virgin Mary”.Which makes us wonder: what does Vatican know and we don’t, what secret documents does Vatican possess?There are more and more proves which confirm the Carpathian-Danubian-Pontic area as the Hearth of Old Europe.
– „Civilization and history began there where Romanian people live today.” – W.Schiller, American archaeologist;
– „Their language could not be eradicated despite of being set in the midst of so many nations of barbarians and they fight for it as if there would be a fight for their language and not for their life.” – Antonio Bonfini;
– „These Volohs are neither Romans, neither Bulgarians, nor Wölsche; they are Vlahs descendants of the great and ancient tribes of Thracians, the Dacians and Getae that have their own language and despite all opressions, live in Wallachia, Moldavia, Transylvania and Hungary in number of millions.” – Schlözer, Russische Annalen- XVIII century;
– „I’ve said that Romanians are Dacians.” – Bocignoli, 29.6.1524, la Răgusa;
– „Dacians know me, they speak a barbarous language, the Latin idioma” – Horace ( Quintus Horatius Flaccus,8 December 65 BC – 27 November 8 BC ), the great Roman poet – Odes,I,20, statement made nearly a century and a half before the conquest of a part of Dacia.