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Among the saints of the Catholic Church there are those whose bodies are still preserved incorrupt. This phenomenon has not yet been explained in the scientific community. For access to the pilgrims “imperishable” placed in special glazed sarcophagi.

Below are the top 10 most famous incorruptible saints of the Roman Church.

1. Saint Bernadette of Lourdes (January 7, 1844 – April 16, 1879)

She lived in the town of Lourdes in southern France. Bernadette was the Virgin Mary, there were only 18 appearances. Despite the fact that the Catholic Church was skeptical at first, subsequently, after a thorough canonical investigation, these phenomena were officially recognized. After death, Bernadette’s body remained incorrupt and Lourdes (and after the city of Nevers, to which the body was transported) soon became one of the main places of pilgrimage, attracting millions of Catholics every year. On December 8, 1933, Bernadette was canonized.

Saint Bernadette of Lourdes (January 7, 1844 - April 16, 1879)

2. St. John Vianney (May 8, 1786 – August 4, 1859)

He was a French parish priest. He is known for his active work, which contributed to the spiritual transformation of society. After death, he is called the “patron saint of priests.”

St. John Vianney (May 8, 1786 - August 4, 1859)

3. Saint Theresa Margarita of the Sacred Heart (1747-1770)

On March 19, 1934, Pope Pius XI ranked Teresa Margarita as a saint. Before that, she was practically unknown to anyone. She led a quiet and modest life in the monastery of Carmelites. Died March 7, 1770 at the age of 22 years. Two days after the death of St. Theresa Margarita in 1770, a nun of the Order of the Sacred Heart, there were no signs on the body of the deceased, which during her life turned him into a swollen purple mass.

Saint Theresa Margarita of the Sacred Heart (1747-1770)

4. Saint Vincent de Paul (April 24, 1581 – September 27, 1660)

Vincent was born in 1581 in a village near Dax in a poor peasant family, studied theology in Toulouse. In 1600 he was ordained a priest. During one of the trips to the south, he was captured by the Berbers and taken to Tunisia, into slavery. In 1607, he was released and was able to return to his homeland. In 1612 he was appointed rector of a parish near Paris. One of the main merits of St. Vincent is the creation of a harmonious system for the training of priests: a pre-seminary and seminaries. Saint Vincent died in 1660 in Paris. Pope Benedict XIII proclaimed him blessed on August 12, 1729, and Pope Clement XII canonized July 16, 1737. The relics of St. Vincent are stored in the chapel, named after him, on Sevres Street in Paris.

Saint Vincent de Paul (April 24, 1581 - September 27, 1660)

5. Saint Sylvanas

Little is known about this saint, except that he was a martyr for his faith. Given its 1,600-year-old age, it has been perfectly preserved.

Saint Sylvanas

6. Saint Veronica Giuliani (December 27, 1660 – July 9, 1727)

According to legend, she spoke at the age of 18 months, beginning to reproach the seller-deceiver with the words: “Show yourself from the best side, God sees you!”. In 1677, at the age of seventeen, she entered the Capuchin Sisters Monastery. The monastery went through all the steps of the monastic hierarchy from the cook to the abbess. In 1694, she experienced mystical revelations. Three years later, on April 5, 1697 during Good Friday, she showed stigmata. After this event, at the request of the confessors, she began to keep a spiritual diary, which after her death amounted to more than twenty-two thousand pages. In this diary, she described her mystical experience of absolute union with Jesus Christ. July 9, 1727 died after a long illness.

Saint Veronica Giuliani (December 27, 1660 - July 9, 1727)

7. Saint Zita (p. 1212 – 27 April 1272)

At the age of 12, she began to serve at the Fatinelli family home. For a long time, employers overloaded the girl with work, despised her simple origin, and often beat her. The constant piety and patience of Zita brought the Fatinelli family to Christian conversion. Zita considered her work a calling from God and an element of personal repentance. Zita died at the age of 60, having served 48 years to the Fatinelli family. After her death, members of this family began to revere Zita as a saint. In 1580, her body was exhumed and it turned out that the relics of St. Zita were incorrupt. They were transferred to the Basilica of St. Frediano in the city of Lucca, where they are currently stored.

Saint Zita (p. 1212 - 27 April 1272)

8. Saint Don Bosco (August 16, 1815 – January 31, 1888)

He was an Italian priest, educator and teacher. To realize his intentions of working with youth, Bosco founded the monastic society of St. Francis Salsky (now known as the Salesians of Don Bosco).

Saint Don Bosco (August 16, 1815 - January 31, 1888)

9. Blessed Pope Pius IX (May 13, 1792 – February 7, 1878)

It went down in history as the Pope, who proclaimed the dogma of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary and convened the First Vatican Council, which approved dogmatically the doctrine of the infallibility of the Roman high priest. Pontificate Pius IX – the longest in the history of the Roman Catholic Church, after the Apostle Peter. It lasted 31 years, 7 months and 22 days.

Blessed Pope Pius IX (May 13, 1792 - February 7, 1878)

10. Blessed Pope John XXIII (November 25, 1881 – June 3, 1963)

The 261st Pope, convened the Second Vatican Council, but did not live to see it end. Actually, it’s not completely imperishable, because after death it was embalmed.

Blessed Pope John XXIII (November 25, 1881 - June 3, 1963)

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A cosmic network aware of everything

The Akashic Records are a universal memory of existence, similar to a Cosmic Internet.

They represent a multidimensional space where all the experiences of the soul are archived including all the knowledge and experiences of past lives, present life and future potentialities.

The word Akasha goes back to its Sumerian origin, where it was used to refer to the ether, both in its elementary and metaphysical sense.

Perhaps the person we should go to when we talk about Akasha or the ether is a man whose importance has not been truly appreciated: Nikola Tesla.

In an interview called ‘The greatest achievement of man’, Nikola Tesla said:

“Every perceivable matter comes from a primary substance, or tenuity beyond conception, that fills the entire space, the Akasha or light ether, on which the Prana or creative force acts, summoning existence, in endless cycles of all things and phenomena. “

However, even before Nikola Tesla, ancient philosophers and scholars wondered if the so-called ether existed.

If we take a look at the “Travels of the Indians of Apollonius of Tiana”, we will find more mention of the so-called ether. And if we take a look at ancient Hinduism, Akash is the fifth of the “five great elements.”

Akasha is a term for space in traditional Indian cosmology.

In ancient Sanskrit, it is used to describe the “ether”, which is an impalpable, immaterial, subtle and intangible fluid, which the ancient Hindus believed existed through and “within” the entire universe and would be the vehicle of sound. and life

We understand that the ether or Akasha is basically the foundation of everything that exists in our material world.

In numerous ancient teachings, Akasha is considered the invisible force behind the creation of all matter.

Furthermore, in Vedantic Hinduism, Akasha is translated as the basis and essence of all things in the material world; and is considered the first material element created in the astral world.

As EC points out, it is the source of energy for material manifestation. So what are the akashic records?

Alice A. Bailey wrote in her book Light of the Soul about the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali – Book 3 – Achieved Union and its results (1927):

The Akashic record is like an immense photographic film, which records all the desires and experiences of the earth of our planet.

Those who perceive it will see in it: the life experiences of each human being from the beginning of time, the reactions to the experience of the entire animal kingdom, the aggregation of the mental forms of a karmic nature (based on desire) of Every human unity through time.

Here lies the great deception of the records. Only a trained occultist can distinguish between real experience and those astral images created by imagination and living desire.

The meaning of the Akashic records can be summed up as the “data” that, in theory, exists in one place, in a non-physical way, outside of time and space.

In these, records, we can discover the absolute knowledge and experience of our soul; almost as if it were part of a supercomputer of cosmic information where our past lives reside, the present and future possibilities (which are part of the theory of reincarnation), as well as the meaning of our existence.

The Akashic records (of Akasha, in Sanskrit: heaven, space, ether), can also be summarized as a kind of memory (of everything that has happened since the beginning of time) that has been embedded and recorded in the ether.

There, everything that has happened since the beginning of time and all knowledge of the universe has been safely protected since time immemorial.

The interesting thing is that everything, absolutely everything, including you and me, arises from this matrix, from this space or subtle background.

First is the formless divine source, the origin of creation. From there arises the first crystallization of the spirit, the ether, the Akash or the primordial substance, which are the Registries.

We are made of stardust, of the same matter of creation, and the Archives make us remember.

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Could UFOs help us find the meaning of life?

The site editor of UFO Conjectures, who constantly philosophizes about the UFO phenomenon, suspects that these mysterious objects may help us reveal the meaning of life.

Could UFOs help us find the meaning of life?

I regret, intellectually, not empathetically, griping about this, but I am almost convinced that an explanation of the UFO enigma – from an actual containment, forensically, of a UFO – will provide the answers that philosophers, theologians, science, et al. ask, and have been asking for millennia, about what the purpose of this existence is.

In the periodicals and books I get and which I’ve gotten the past few months, arise questions that many who visit (or once visited) this blog (and others) do not wish to cope with. (Do I need to provide the names of those passive UFOers?)

Just in the recent New Yorker magazine, the TLS (Times Literary Supplement), New York Review of BooksWiredSmithso- nian, and the books I’ve noted here (some recommended by my astute pals), and a few TV shows via the Science ChannelTravelDiscoveryet cetera. questions or debates have arisen or have been resurrected about The Big Bang Theory, what constitutes reality, the nature of the universe – multi or multi dimensional, the singularity (and AI), consciousness, intelligent life in the cosmos, quantum mechanics (and its reality), Einstein’s perhaps errant Relativity, et cetera, et cetera.

Few coming here wish to deal with these philosophical or scientifically oriented issues.

And few are dealing with these and related issues elsewhere, Facebook taking hold of the mind and demeanor of many once curious UFO advocates, who now just ant to be “liked” or noted for what they eat or where their next trip/vacation takes them.

But the die-hards, few as they are nowadays, continue to seek the UFO answer, some with a conspiratorial mindset and addiction to the idea of “Disclosure” and others, the true seekers, wanting to know just what the hell UFOs are (or have been).

Could UFOs help us find the meaning of life?
“… Something not of this world.”
USS Nimitz pilot David Fravor
UFO Discovery in Progress.
Get ready. Inquire. www.jaml.org

Then there’s me, who thinks, madly perhaps, that UFOs hold the answer(s) to the Universe and maybe even its God (or supreme being).

Getting a hold of – as I keep suggesting, doggedly, hoping you’ll forgive my obsession for the thought – a UFO, in a metaphorical sense or, better, in a real, material sense will offer answers to many of those things vibrantly being discussed in some circles.

I can’t seem to get some, who show up here, to pore over books, tomes, and printed materials that deal with weighty matters, most preferring the often slip-shod and iffy presentations on the Inter- net, YouTube a repository for much nonsense being a favorite for the lazy pseudo-intellectuals ufology is awash in.

Even a few brilliant academics I contend with have been usurped by the whimsy of the internet, a few seduced by Facebook, even though their presence there is virtually unnoticed by the billion or so Facebookers on this Earth.

Anyway, let’s hope that UFOs remain in the spotlight a little longer, and that some agency or Flying Saucer manics [sic] come up with a viable UFO, from which we can cull some answers about what we are and who is in charge of this mess we call existence.

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Enochian Language: the mysterious lost language of fallen angels

There are many mythical “languages”, from the language of the witches to the unsuspected symmetries of the Voynich Manuscript. But among all these mythical languages ​​there is one that stands out: the Enochian, the language of the angels.

Enochian Language: the lost language of fallen angels

The Enochian comes from the private journals of the mathematician, astronomer and personal occultist of Elizabeth I, Queen of England, named John Dee; and of his successor, the enigmatic Edward Kelley, one of the most notable figures of the esoteric revival.

Both John Dee and Edward Kelley argued that the Enochian was revealed to them as part of a series of angelic messages, whose purpose was to raise human magic to a whole new level.

Centuries later a similar episode occurred, from the hand of the occultist Aleister Crowley and his contacts with the ominous angel Aiwass.

These communications led to the creation of one of the most scandalous cursed books in history: The book of the law (Liber AL vel Legis).

The Enochian survived in the diaries and notebooks of John Dee and Edward Kelley, along with some short English translations.

Currently, the Enochian continues to be closely studied by several prominent linguists, although with more detractors than followers.

Neither John Dee nor Edward Kelley ever speaks of Angry, but of Angelic, Heavenly Language, Language of the angels, the First Language of God Christ, Sacred Language, Adamic, and other epithets.

The term Enochian comes from Dee and Kelley’s theories that the biblical patriarch Enoch – the same as The Book of Enoch – was the last man to know all the possibilities of that language.

The idea that an antediluvian angelic language existed was quite common in John Dee’s time; and not without some logic.

Enochian Language: the lost language of fallen angels

If angels routinely interacted with humanity, as is clear in many passages of the Bible, then it would be possible for that interaction to occur in a kind of “common language,” a low and degraded language for angels, but remarkably complex for men.

The first mention of the Enochian occurred in 1581. John Dee noted in his diary that God sent him an angel to communicate his intentions directly.

In 1582, John Dee joined Edward Kelley as a medium. Apparently, together they managed to contact that angel, who revealed some rudiments of the Enochian.

John Dee argues that the Enochian is, in short, the language of God, the language that the Creator used to give an objective form to his mind, that is, to create the universe.

The angels are able to speak that language, just like Adam, but not with the nuances and subtleties of the divine palate. And men, even less qualified than angels, must conform to a rough and inaccurate pronunciation.

By comparison, human languages ​​sound like baby babbles in the face of the complexities of the Enochian.

After the embarrassing episode of the Tree of Knowledge (and that apple that never existed), Adam and Eve were expelled from paradise, but they took with them the Enochian, the same one that Adam had used to name all things.

In a way, John Dee argues that, over time, the Enochian gradually degraded, until it became what we know as proto-Hebrew, with few links to that tongue of angels.

The supposed angels who communicated with John Dee and Edward Kelley stated that only Enoch disagreed and that he secretly wrote a forbidden book capable of evoking the most powerful primordial magic: The Loagaeth Book (the book of God’s discourse).

Sadly, the angels commented with discouragement, that the book was lost during the Universal Flood due to a neglect of Noah.

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