"I am Jesus Christ who am speaking with you. I was in the womb of the Virgin as true God and true man but was, nonetheless, with the Father and controlled and ruled all things, although I was in the Virgin. This most wretched enemy of Mine is like three things: First, he is like an eagle that flies in the air while other birds fly under it. Second, he is like a fowler that gently blows and plays on a pipe plastered with glue, causing the birds to be enchanted by his tunes so that they fly toward the pipe and get stuck in the glue. Third, he is like a fighting man who is first in every battle.
He is like an eagle, because in his pride he cannot tolerate anyone being over him, and he injures everyone he can reach with his claws of malice. Therefore, I will cut off the wings of his violence and pride. I will remove his malice from the earth and give him over to the unquenchable boiling kettle, which is the suffering of hell, where he will be tormented without end, if he does not better himself.
He is also like a fowler because he attracts everyone to himself with sweet words and promises, so that anyone who comes to him gets caught in damnation and perdition and can never escape from it. Therefore, the birds of hell shall destroy his eyes so that he will never see My glory but only the eternal darkness of hell. They shall cut off his ears so that he will not hear the words of My mouth. They shall inflict him with pain and bitterness from the feet to the head so that he will endure as many torments as the number of men he led to damnation.
He is also like a fighting man who is first in all evil, not willing to give way to anybody but determined to press everyone down. Therefore, he shall be first in every torment; his suffering shall always be renewed and his lament will never end. However, My mercy stands ready for him as long as his soul is with the body.
This man was a very powerful knight who hated the Church and the priesthood greatly and inflicted it with insulting words. The previous revelation is about him as well as the following. The Son of God says: "O worldly knight, ask the wise about what happened to prideful Haman who despised My people. Did he not die shamefully and with great disgrace? Likewise does this man scoff at Me and My friends. Just as the people of Israel did not mourn Haman's death, so will My friends not mourn this man's death, but he will die a most bitter death if he does not better himself." This is what happened to him.
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Revelations and Prophesies Imparted to St. Bridget of Sweden - Book One: Chapter Seventeen