José Alberto Villasana Munguía

Writer and analyst of political, economic and religious international affairs.

Academic background

He studied Theology (Gregorian University; Rome), Philosophy (Angelicum University; Rome), Classical Humanities (Centre for Higher Studies; Salamanca, Spain) and International Communications (Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico, ITAM), specialising in Eschatology since 1995.


He has received the National Award for Journalism on three occasions in the categories of in-depth investigation:

  • 2002 On the self-inflicted attack on the Twin Towers
  • 2004 On the vulnerability of the Financial System
  • 2009 On the Murder of Pope John Paul I

He is Academic Adviser to the International Institute of Human Rights.

He is a director member of the Journalist’s Club of Mexico.

He is President of the pro-life civil association “Life to be Born” (Vida para Nacer).

He has worked as Consultant to the Secretary of Foreign Affairs in Mexican-Vatican relationships, as Consultant to the Social Communication's Office in the Archdiocese of Mexico, as Investigator and Editor of the Information and News' General Office at TV Azteca, and as Vice-President of the Mexican Civil Association For Silver.


He has written 15 books, of which the following stand out:

  • “Between Chaos and Hope” (Diana, 2000)
  • “Blood in May: The Murder of Cardinal Posadas Ocampo” (Océano, 2001)
  • “Reflections on the Apocalypse” (Abacar Ediciones 2003)
  • ““The Return of Silver Money, as a just and honest money, enlighted by Social Doctrine of Catholic Church” (Abacar Ediciones, 2006)
  • “The truth about Fatima apparitions” (Abacar Ediciones 2017)
  • “The Rapture of the Faithful”
  • “The Dictatorship of Gender Ideology”

He has written many articles in the international press and has participated in numerous conferences and specialised symposia.