Part 1 of the Covid madness. MiraclesStrange News

Part 1 of the Covid madness. Miracles

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This is part 1 of 5 chapters on covid from the lens of the paranormal. We will attempt to analysis certain aspects relating to the supernatural as well as to compare those aspects with miracles attributed to the church. 

If you think Covid had a Satanic feel with politicians and main stream media behaving in a demented and oppressive manner, then let's look at what some people with experience in the field of the paranormal think. But for this chapter, we will paint with broad strokes of the brush. 

As a reference point, we look at two events which are generally considered to be miracles. 
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 One of the most interesting events happened last century and it has been forgotten or generally neglected by contemporary society. In today's times of Covid, perhaps we need to delve into it. The reasons I will explain later. 

This event was called "The Miracle of the Sun".

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On October 13, 1917, approximately 70,000 people gathered in a field known as the Cova da Iría in Fatima, Portugal, to witness a spectacular miracle that a little shepherd girl had told them the Blessed Virgin Mary would perform on that day. At the precise time predicted, for approximately ten minutes, there occurred what has become known as the “Miracle of the Sun”, described as “extraordinary solar activity, such as the Sun appearing to ‘dance’ or zig-zag in the sky, careen towards the Earth, or emit multicolored light and radiant colors” (Wikipedia)
Newspapers carried articles about it. 

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An excerpt from an eyewitness account by Dr. José Maria de Almeida Garrett, Professor at the Faculty of Sciences of Coimbra, Portugal reads as follows:
“It must have been 1:30 p.m when there arose, at the exact spot where the children were, a column of smoke, thin, fine and bluish, which extended up to perhaps two meters above their heads, and evaporated at that height. This phenomenon, perfectly visible to the naked eye, lasted for a few seconds. Not having noted how long it had lasted, I cannot say whether it was more or less than a minute. The smoke dissipated abruptly, and after some time, it came back to occur a second time, then a third time
“The sky, which had been overcast all day, suddenly cleared; the rain stopped and it looked as if the sun were about to fill with light the countryside that the wintery morning had made so gloomy. I was looking at the spot of the apparitions in a serene, if cold, expectation of something happening and with diminishing curiosity because a long time had passed without anything to excite my attention. The sun, a few moments before, had broken through the thick layer of clouds which hid it and now shone clearly and intensely.
“Suddenly I heard the uproar of thousands of voices, and I saw the whole multitude spread out in that vast space at my feet…turn their backs to that spot where, until then, all their expectations had been focused, and look at the sun on the other side. I turned around, too, toward the point commanding their gaze and I could see the sun, like a very clear disc, with its sharp edge, which gleamed without hurting the sight. It could not be confused with the sun seen through a fog (there was no fog at that moment), for it was neither veiled nor dim. At Fatima, it kept its light and heat, and stood out clearly in the sky, with a sharp edge, like a large gaming table. The most astonishing thing was to be able to stare at the solar disc for a long time, brilliant with light and heat, without hurting the eyes or damaging the retina. [During this time], the sun’s disc did not remain immobile, it had a giddy motion, [but] not like the twinkling of a star in all its brilliance for it spun round upon itself in a mad whirl.
“During the solar phenomenon, which I have just described, there were also changes of color in the atmosphere. Looking at the sun, I noticed that everything was becoming darkened. I looked first at the nearest objects and then extended my glance further afield as far as the horizon. I saw everything had assumed an amethyst color. Objects around me, the sky and the atmosphere, were of the same color. Everything both near and far had changed, taking on the color of old yellow damask. People looked as if they were suffering from jaundice and I recall a sensation of amusement at seeing them look so ugly and unattractive. My own hand was the same color.
“Then, suddenly, one heard a clamor, a cry of anguish breaking from all the people. The sun, whirling wildly, seemed all at once to loosen itself from the firmament and, blood red, advance threateningly upon the earth as if to crush us with its huge and fiery weight. The sensation during those moments was truly terrible.
“All the phenomena which I have described were observed by me in a calm and serene state of mind without any emotional disturbance. It is for others to interpret and explain them. Finally, I must declare that never, before or after October 13 [1917], have I observed similar atmospheric or solar phenomena.”
https://fatima.org/about/fatima-the-fact...f-the-sun/

This event was a one time thing. Miracles don't occur like clockwork, you might say, otherwise you would have the media waiting like vultures for miracles to drop from the sky.

Well, as happens, there is a paranormal event that arises thrice a year. The liquifaction of the blood of St. Januarius, or San Gennaro reportedly happens at least three times a year: Sept. 19, the saint's feast day, the Saturday before the first Sunday of May, and Dec. 16, the anniversary of the 1631 eruption of Mount Vesuvius.

Please bear in mind on December 16, 2020, there was no miracle.

On last May the blood only turned liquid, not on the Saturday but on Sunday after another prayer session 
https://www.churchpop.com/2021/05/06/blo...the-video/


The liquefaction usually occurs annually on the afternoon of the first Saturday in May. But this year, it only happened on the second day of prayer in honor of the third-century bishop of Naples.
https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/...-in-naples

If it fails to liquify this coming September 16, 2021 we might have to worry a little. I don't remember when it has failed to turn liquid on three successive occasions. 


We will compare paranormal events with that of occult summonings in the next installment and try to understand what the differences mean. The Occult summoning or event we will look at appears related to the covid pandemic currently happening.

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