Surrealism Meets Sister Lucy Truth: Was Salvador Dali the First One to be Fooled by the Imposter Sister Lucy?
Dr. Chojnowski: Was Salvador Dali, the Surrealist painter and well-known Communist, the first one to be tricked by the imposter Sister Lucy in 1961? Very possibly.
For some reason, John Haffert, co-founder of the Blue Army, decided it was the Surrealist Communist Salvador Dali, would relied on the semi-conscious images that came to him from his "subconscious," to paint the Vision of Hell given to the Children of Fatima in the First Secret. What is interesting for the purposes of Sister Lucy Truth is that the Surrealist desired to meet with Sister Lucy in 1960 because he could not visualize how his painting should be. What he says he could not understand is the face of Our Lady. Immediately, when accepting the commission for the painting from Haffert, and eating escargot, he apparently knew how to portray Hell and the Damned Soul even though this presentation in NO WAY resembles the Vision as described by the real Sister Lucy. Dali compared the Soul about to be damned --- which, by the way, was not the subject matter of the Vision --- to a snail about to be speared with escargot forks. Also, remember, Dali painted his picture --- which I don't want to endorse so I just give you a link for those interested --- AFTER SPEAKING IN 1961 TO "Sister Lucy," who was in Coimbra behind the grill. How would the real Sister Lucy inspire or incline one to paint this painting?
What interests us here is this, why was Dali, one of the most famous painters of the age and a well-known Leftist --- not given access to Sister Lucy in 1960 even though this was during the time of John XXIII who fawned over Leftists and even received his cardinals hat from the Leftist anti-Catholic President of the French Republic. Why would a church canon be able to gain him an access that his famous name could not? Well he finally got access in 1961. Was this because someone in the Vatican realized that now they were going to have to find someone who could impersonate Sister Lucy since so many were going to be interested in meeting and speaking with her? Just as an amateur sleuth, I would say that this is further circumstantial evidence pointing to 1959 as the critical year of the real Sister Lucy's disappearance. Again there is no photo graphic or written evidence that the real Sister Lucy lived beyond this date.
Another striking point, and more evidence that the woman who paraded herself around as "Sister Lucy" of Fatima was a complete fraud and imposter, is her first encounter with the "Vision of Hell" painting by Dali which she saw for the first time in 1997. Read the text from the Blue Army article below: