Fatima Third Secret A
Forgery Reports Forensic Lab
From Gerry - Far Shores <>
Speckin Forensic Laboratories, an internationally known firm specializing in examining potential forgeries and known for their work on the JonBenet Ramsey case and an interview on Dateline, has examined the reported Third Secret text and compared it with past writings of Sister Lucy. They concluded, "it is my opinion, based on the documents examined, that the Questioned Document 'Third Secret' can not be identified with the purported known writings of Sister Lucy." (Speckin Report, p. 2)
Here's the link to the comparison in handwriting:
And the link to the report:
.. There are other major discrepancies as well, since Fatima experts know that the Third Secret letter is on one page only (this alleged Third Secret is 4 pages, presumably doubled sided). We know this from the following documentation:
.. On January 9, 1944, Sister Lucy wrote to Bishop da Silva: "I have written what you asked me; God willed to try me a little, but finally this was indeed His will: [the text] is sealed in an envelope and it is on a piece of notepaper..." (quoted by Father Alonso, official archivist of Fatima, "Fatima 50," October 13, 1967, p. 11).
"There is, in the first place, the marked brevity of the written Secret. Lucia tells us that she wrote it on one sheet of paper. Cardinal Ottaviani, who has read it, tells us the same thing: 'She has written on one sheet of paper (folha in Portuguese) what Our Lady told her to tell the Holy Father.'" (The Secret of Fatima: Fact and Legend, Fr. Joaquin Alonso, p. 65).

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