Convert Ex- Episcopal Priest Taylor Marshall Takes Down His Embarrassing Video Of His Breast Feeding Prophecy....GROSS....

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Ex- Episcopal Priest Taylor Marshall was involved in the false Conyers Apparitions of the Virgin Mary - He has since scrubbed any blog posting evidence. He has tried to do the same of his vision of the Church engorged with milk, tons of milk......


Can't blame him.

Well Ex- Episcopal Priest Taylor Marshall has now found a niche in the Rad Trad movement where the Rad Trads are apparently soaking up everything this convert has to say.

Tomorrow the convert Ex- Episcopal Priest will interview Mr. Michael Matt:

Traditional Catholics Unite the Clans with Michael Matt  & Dr Taylor Marshall

Here is the embarrassing vision of the Church engorged with milk, tons of milk......

Taylor Marshall Reveals He Had Mystical Experience About the Church’s State Today 

“I was doing an examination of conscience before bed,” he explained, describing a common traditional Catholic practice, “and I was thinking on that point of being worried… about the Holy Catholic Church, Mother Church.

“And as I was, suddenly I saw this beautiful woman. She had blond hair, she was perfect, no wrinkles, no spots, and I immediately discerned that this was Holy Mother the Church.

“And she was writhing in pain. She was in a bed, there were sheets on her, and she was very sick. And I noticed that her breasts were engorged with milk, tons of milk. And there were babies and children crying out to her that were hungry. And she wanted to feed them, and she was upset, but she was so sick she could hardly sit up from her bed.

“And then I thought to myself, ‘Oh she’s poisoned, she doesn’t want to nurse the children because then she’ll give them the poison.’ And then there was this voice, it was like God or an angel, I don’t know, and it said, ‘No, the milk is still pure.‘

“And so I saw her there in all of her beauty, but so sick and struggling and loving those children and seeing all that milk stored up there. And I realized that the sacramental graces, the dogma, the doctrine, the morality, all of that in the Church is pure.

“There’s poison in the Church, the Church is hurting, there’s always been some poison in the Church. And Mother Church still loves us and Mother Church still wants to give us milk, and she will, but it’s a difficult time. But the milk is pure. The sacramental graces of Holy Mother Church is pure. She’s still beautiful, she’s still immaculate, there’s still nothing sinful, wrong, or broken with Mother Church. But there has been introduced something into her that is poisonous, and so she’s struggling a little bit.

“So we just need to love Mother Church, and we need to be fed by Mother Church, and be patient, and know that any incorruption that enters the Church does not affect the milk flow. The nutrition that Mother Church gives us is always pure, it’s always unadulterated, we can always trust that until the end of time.

“Hope that’s a comfort to you as it was for me. God bless, bye.”



  1. Sounds almost pornographic. Ewwww.

  2. When your mind is dirty, everything appears dirty.

    1. OK so you give Taylor Marshall the benefit of the doubt - but not to others. You woman really need to shut the hell up. What TM posted was disgusting. That's why TM took it down. Stop apologizing for TM's display of nastiness and stop your criticism of those who find offense in what TM posted.

  3. While it is awkward that he shared his moment of prayer, it is very dishonest of you to call it a prophecy. The Spirit guides people with intellectual “ lights”, consolations, desolations, and sometimes, pictogrammes... his prayer seems to me to be a combination of his own experience of AWE AND RESPECT towards motherhood and breastfeeding, and some direction of his understanding by the Spirit. It doesn’t even get near to being a revelation, much less a prophecy. I’m embarrassed that he took it so seriously, and then talked about it in public. All Catholics should have an ongoing relationship with God in prayer, that includes listening to Him and being docile to His Inspirations. If He gives us a nudge, we should take it as that. A nudge. Carmelites would acknowledge the nudge by prostrating heart and soul PAST THE DISTRACTION and allowing God to pull them up into Contemplation.

    I think Taylor had a distraction, was nudged lovingly so that his mind understood more about what he was worrying about ( = the distraction : he was supposed to be making an examination of HIS OWN conscience,) and then I think he should have let go of the “ explanation “ and turned a contrite face into the pierced Palm of Christ.

    The fact that he talked about that moment of prayer does seem to be a vestigial weakness from his past, and a sign that he could develope a much deeper prayer life, with a competent spiritual director. He should do an Ignatius retreat.


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