Reassured by Father Migliorini of the supernatural origin of the “dictation”, Maria Valtorta continued to write on the notebooks, given to her by father Migliorini. With the same system used to write the Autobiography, always staying in bed, she wrote almost every day until 1947, then intermittently in the following years, until 1951. She filled another 122 notebooks for a total of 13,193 pages. She wrote on the spur of the moment, for inspiration, without setting up schemes and without even knowing what she would write day after day. She did not consult any texts, with the exception of the Bible and the Catechism of Pius X.