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Watch Shocking Video! Celestial Music Found By Scientists On The Mantle Of Our Lady Of Guadalupe

Watch Shocking Video! Celestial Music Found By Scientists On The Mantle Of Our Lady Of Guadalupe

 




Several scientific discoveries have been revealed around the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe. This is one of them; music was found on the Mantle of the Virgin forming musical notes with the stars and flowers of her dress. 

The researcher Fernando Ojeda made a scientific study on the position of stars and flowers in the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe where he checks through the geography, geometry, astronomy and music (associated with mathematics) the veracity of the piece, this allowed music experts to discover the composition of celestial music.

Rafael Mariae Hernandez

Published on Sep 10, 2017

Watch Video of the composed Celestial Music 

Ten Amazing Facts About the Miraculous Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Ten Amazing Facts About the Miraculous Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe

In honor of the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, [December 12th] here are ten amazing facts about the image of Our Lady as seen on Saint Juan Diego’s tilma that defy scientific explanation and argue in favor of its miraculous origin and divine provenance. Mary’s message of faith still speaks to us, 485 years later.

Our Lady of Guadalupe first appeared on December 9th, 1531. According to the account, the Virgin Mary told Juan Diego, an Indian convert, to tell Bishop Juan de Zumárraga to build a chapel. Bishop Zumárraga asked Diego for a sign as proof that it was truly the Mother of God. Our Lady instructed Diego to gather some roses in his tilma [popular piety attests that Mary arranged the roses in the tilma herself] and present them to the bishop. As Diego did this, the roses fell to the floor, revealing the miraculous image of Mary as she appeared in real life.

1. There is no under-sketch or under-drawing on the image.

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Our Lady Of Guadalupe

Our Lady Of Guadalupe

Our Lady of Guadalupe

According to tradition, on December 9th, 1531, the virgin Mary appeared to Juan Diego at Tepeyac, a hill northwest of Mexico City. She instructed him to tell the bishop to build a church on the site. Three days later she appeared again and told Juan Diego to take some flowers to the bishop. When he presented them, roses fell out of his cloak, and beneath them was this painted image of the Lady.

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