Tuesday, December 12, 2006

The Woman Clothed with the Sun

JMJ+D

Prayer

Our Lady of Guadalupe,Mystical Rose,make intercession for holy Church,protect the sovereign Pontiff,help all those who invoke you in their necessities,and since you are the ever Virgin Maryand Mother of the true God,obtain for us from your most holy Sonthe grace of keeping our faith,of sweet hope in the midst of the bitterness of lifeof burning charity, and the precious giftof final perseverance.
Amen.

Image from
here.

Our Lady's eye

According to many scientists who have inspected the image (on Juan's mantle) we can see reflected in her eyes, in both of them and in the precise location as reflected by a live human eye, many figures that have been extensively analyzed and seem to correspond to the shape and size of human figures located in front of the image.

In 1929, Alfonso Marcue, who was the official photographer of the old Basilica of Guadalupe in Mexico City, found what seemed to be a clear image of a bearded man reflected in the right eye of the Virgin. Initially he did not believe what was before his eyes. How could it be? A bearded man inside of the eyes of the Virgin?. After many inspections of many of his black and white photographs he had no doubts and decided to inform the authorities of the Basilica. He was told that time to keep complete silence about the discovery, which he did.
More than 20 years later, on May 29, 1951, Jose Carlos Salinas Chavez, examining a good photograph of the face, rediscovers the image of what clearly appears to be a bearded man reflected in the right eye of the Virgin, and locates it on the left eye too.


More here.

2 Comments:

Blogger 4HisChurch said...

Thanks for that link. That's fascinating.

3:24 PM  
Blogger Saint Peter's helpers said...

You're welcome!

8:05 AM  

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