This married, mother of many children was besought by Popes, Kings and Queens for her very accurate revelations of the future. She could see past, present and future through a golden globe suspended in mid air and presented her by the Divine. She could see to the depths of souls and tell forthrightly where the deceased relatives of many were located, Heaven, Hell or Purgatory. She was able to bilocate and bore the Stigmata of Christ.

The Prophecies:

a) God will decree two afflictions. One will originate on earth, namely; wars, revolutions and other evils. The other judgement comes from the air.

b)  A very thick darkness shall envelop the earth during three days. This awful darkness shall be impregnated with such pestilential vapors, and filled with such frightful apparitions, that they will cause, in a more special manner, the death of the hypocritical and avowed enemies of the Holy Church.

c) On this terrible occasion so many of these wicked men, enemies of his Church and of their God, shall be killed by this divine scourge, that their corpses round Rome will be as numerous as the fish which a (then) recent innundation of the Tiber had carried into the city. All enemies of the Church, secret as well as known, will perish over the whole earth during the universal darkness, with the exception of some few, whom God will soon after convert. The air shall be infested with demons, who will appear under all sorts of hideous forms.

d) During this darkness artificial light will be impossible. Only blessed candles can be lighted and will afford illumination. He who out of curiosity opens his window to look out or leaves his house will fall dead on the spot.  During these three days the people should remain in their homes, pray the Rosary and beg God for mercy.

e) A heavenly apparition shall come to reassure the faithful. St. Peter and St. Paul will appear on the clouds, and all men shall see them; and, in a supernatural manner, faith shall return to their hearts. Innumerable conversions of heretics shall cause universal edification.

f) One day, Anna Maria, while shedding a torrent of tears, prayed and offered her actions and sufferings for the conversion of sinners, for the destruction of sin, and that God might be known and loved by all men. Then God manifested to her the horrible sins of persons of every condition, and how greviously he was offended. At this sight the servant of God experienced profound sorrow, and sighing, she exclaimed: 'Dearly beloved! what is the remedy for this disaster?' Jesus Christ answered: 'My child, the Church, my spouse, my Father, and myself shall remedy everything. For after a punishment...those who shall survive shall have to conduct themselves well.' At this point she saw innumerable conversions of heretics, who will return to the bosom of the Church; she saw, also, the edifying conduct of their lives, as well as that of all other Catholics.  
Jesus to Blessed Anna Maria Taigi (1769-1837) -Wife, Mother and Mystic