Inri Cristo’s millennial garments


The tunic

After preparing the place where INRI CRISTO fasted in Santiago of Chile, Berta Segura Sanches also manufacted the first tunic. It was difficult to find the exact material that, inspired by GOD, she had recommended for this purpose. After many unfruitful attempts, it seemed a hopeless task, but, finally, in a shop near Berta’s house, they found the last part of a pure white linen cloth.

Berta Sanchez was a retired Philosophy teacher and had never sewed a tunic before. However, she asserted that she had spiritually received the order to sew INRI CRISTO’s tunic. While sewing INRI’s first tunic, she cried and was filled with emotion for being absolutely sure of having already made a tunic exactly the same as this one.

When the work was finished, INRI CRISTO received from Berta Sanchez’ hands his first tunic and realized that it was precisely made and equal to the one that he wore when he was called Jesus.

The robe

In Chile, the woman who offered the house where INRI CRISTO made his first fast, was the same that made his first tunic and gave him the robe.

Fifteen years before meeting INRI CRISTO, Berta Segura Sanchez purchased a robe of pure wool, in the natural color (raw), in the backlands of Chile. When INRI did the fast, already dressed with his unseparable tunic, it was cold and then Berta Sanchez brought this robe to him, saying: “Maestro, vuestra frazada” (Master, your robe). At first, INRI depreciated it for the sake of the natural color, which appeared to be dirty, even so he aggregated it, foreseeing that it was part of rescueing his former clothing.

One year later, in Montataire, France, hosted in hotel “Quatre Az”, INRI left the toilet with a bordô colored towel on his shoulders. When looking at the mirror, the LORD showed him that it should be the color of his robe, “rouge ecclesiastique” (ecclesiastic red). INRI then ran around many French cities: Paris, Amiens, Beauvais… attempting to dye it in that color. After hearing many negative answers under the allegation that the natural wool would shrink in contact with heat, finally in Bergerac the owner of a dry cleaners, appearing to be on her 70’s, was willing to dye INRI CRISTO‘s robe  exactly in that color indicated by the LORD.

The sandals

INRI CRISTO‘s first sandals were donated by a woman called Maria, who went to meet him in Villa Sana Institute, where INRI convalesced after the fast in 1979. This woman annointed INRI‘s feet with her tears when putting on him the first sandals; she confided in him that, in that very moment, she felt to be fulfilling the mission for which she had come to the world. And so, when walking in the airports, train stations and public squares in the many countries that he visited, when many laughed, jeered and even outraged INRI CRISTO for his old clothing (“demodê”) and bare feet, the memory of this woman’s tears gave him security to fearlessly follow his inexorable destiny.

Inri Cristo’s sandals given by a comunity of essenes in Brasilia, 1980

In 1980, when INRI had for the first time been in Brasilia, the leader of an essene community granted him a new pair of sandals (see the picture), more simple than the Chilean ones. As it is possible to observe, one of them was patched, because the ALMIGHTY had determined that INRI should wear this rustic sandal when climbing the altar of Belem’s cathedral in order to perform the Libertarian Act on Feb 28th 1982.

The bag

After receiving the tunic, the robe and the sandals, when he was in Marseille, France, INRI CRISTO had the revelation from the FATHER that the moment had arrived to own the bag, in the same measure of the one that Judas owned formerly. A greengrocer directed him a very old shoemaker, where an elderly man was willing to manufacture the bag having INRI remain close to him during all the making time.

Inri Cristo with Cristiano Obry (Judas Iscariot)

While INRI was in French land in 1981, the one who carried this bag was Christian Obry, an army officer (see the picture). When  INRI returned to found the French branch of SOUST in 1983, Christian was invited to integrate the administration, but he knelt down in front of INRI CRISTO surprising the other attendees and confessed, convulsively crying: “Rabi, Rabi, pardon, jes ne suis pas digne de toi, je suis Judas Iscariot*”.

(* Rabbi, Rabbi, forgive me, I’m not worthy of you, I’m Judas Iscariot).

Finally holding his ancient belongings: tunic, robe, sandals, bag, INRI CRISTO felt complete, ready to begin his mystical revolution on Earth, thus fulfilling what he said two thousand years ago foretelling his return:

“I still have many things to say to you, but you cannot bear them now. When the Spirit of truth comes, he will guide you into all the truth; for he will not speak on his own, but will speak whatever he hears, and he will declare to you the things that are to come. He will glorify me, because HE WILL TAKE WHAT IS MINE and declare it to you. All that the FATHER has is mine. For this reason I said that HE WILL TAKE WHAT IS MINE and declare it to you. A little while, and you will no longer see me, and again a little while and you will see me, because I am going to the FATHER” (John c.16 v.7 to 16).

The crown

In 1993, in Antonina (Parana), INRI CRISTO received an order from the ALMIGHTY to wear a crown driven with thorns, symbolizing the reproach by his contemporaries (“But first must he endure much suffering and be rejected by this generation. Just as it was in the times of Noah, so too it will be in the days of the Son of Man” – Luke c.17 v.25 – 35).

Inri Cristo at Flowers Street in Curitiba, 1993

An act of mockery by the antagonists who crucified him two thousand years ago (“Hail, King of the Jews” – John c.19 v.3) legitimated the status of King of kings, the only King crowned by the enemies. Later, as an order from the ALMIGHTY, INRI CRISTO‘s crown was tinted in white, symbolizing the peace and Light, and the thorns removed, as a sign that the time of reproach for the Son of Man is coming to the end.

Whoever spreads this message will be gifted with heavenly blessings


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