[From Forums of the Virgin Mary, rough translation, for discernment]:
Discovery of the melody in the stars of Guadalupe’s mantle.
It is impossible not to marvel at the discoveries that have been made in the image of the Virgin of Guadalupe.
We are especially talking about its various scientifically inexplicable qualities, which show that this painting was not made by human hands.
And there is a little-spoken discovery, upon which we want to meditate: the music recorded on his mantle.
There is a fantastic melody, that can be played, and that comes out of the distribution of the stars of the mantle.
Which in turn, describe the position of the constellations in the sky of Mexico, at the time when the image was stamped on the tilma of the Indian Juan Diego.
Here we will talk about how the image of the Guadalupana was stamped on Juan Diego’s tilma, the message he gave to the Aztecs, the supernatural wonders it shows, and especially the music written on the mantle.
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On Saturday, December 9, 1531, the Virgin of Guadalupe appeared to the Indian Juan Diego on the hill of Tepeyac, on the outskirts of Mexico City.
She told Juan that she wished to have a temple built there in her honor.
And that he should ask the Bishop, the Franciscan Juan de Zumárraga.
Juan Diego did as told, but the bishop did not believe him and asked him for signs about the authenticity of the apparition.
Then the Virgin asked Juan Diego to go to the top of Tepeyac, where he would find some roses from Castile, which did not bloom on the hill or at that time, and which would be the sign that he should present to the Bishop.
Juan Diego appeared again in front of the Bishop and the tilma was opened, from which the castile roses that he had collected fell.
And to everyone’s surprise, the image of Our Lady printed on the ayate of the tilma appeared.
The bishop fell to his knees, and from there millions of indigenous people were converted in a few years, leading the Americas to Catholicism.
The image of Our Lady was engraved on the tilma, which is an ayate fabric made with common agave fiber and without preparation.
It is a primitive fabric that allows you to see against the light without any difficulty.
Its dimensions are 103 x 168 centimeters.
And it is made up of two parts joined in the middle by a thick vertical seam, with a thread of the same fiber.
And painted in this rustic material is the Virgin of Guadalupe, young in appearance, surrounded by rays of sun, with her hands together as if in prayer and her face bowed with a tender expression.
Her legs are half raised as if she were appearing in the ayate or walking to get out of it.
Her complexion is dark and with a mixture of indigenous and Spanish features, representing the unity of all people.
She wears a pink robe, although today the color may look more pearly and elsewhere lighter, because decades of careless treatment of the garment took their toll.
The cloak that falls on her head is greenish-blue, turquoise, which indicates that she is royalty, since only native emperors wore capes of that color.
It is studded with stars and with 9 flowers. And a 4-petal jasmine appears on her belly.
It also shows a black belt that was previously purple and which is the sign that Aztec women used to show that they were pregnant.
And around her neck, Mary wears a gold medallion engraved with a Cross.
The Virgin is on a crescent moon, which symbolizes fertility, birth, and life.
An angel with eagle wings appears under his feet.
And the angel holds the pregnant Virgin, which means that the child in her womb is the offering that pleases God.
The two most impressive things about this image are the discoveries of the contents of his eyes and the stars of the mantle.
Analysis under a microscope has revealed that your eyes act like a living eye.
They have the 3-fold reflection of an image on the cornea, which occurs when the eye of a living being is seeing something.
But the most wonderful thing: the images that are reflected there.
In the space of a quarter of a micron, which is a quarter of a millionth of a millimeter, 13 human figures appear in one eye and 12 in the other, showing the moment when Juan Diego opens the ayate, drops the roses, and the image of Our Lady appears.
There was a family; Juan Diego; Bishop Zummaraga; the interpreter; and some others present in the room at that time.
It is as if Our Lady is present in the room watching the scene.
And the second impressive thing is the arrangement of the stars on the mantle.
And it is impressive for two things, because it shows the sky when Juan Diego opens his tilma to drop the roses, and because there is music in its distribution. [scroll for more]
There are 8 golden pointed stars and they are positioned as they appeared in the exact latitude and longitude in the Mexican sky on the morning of December 8, 1531.
But to see it you have to take into account that the North and South axes are horizontal and the East and West axes are vertical, the poles are displaced.
Heaven seems viewed from an external perspective, God’s perspective not ours.
And another impressive thing is that the distribution shown by the stars of the mantle express a melody.
It occurred to the lawyer Fernando Ojeda Llanes, a member of the Higher Institute of Guadalupanos Studies, that the stars of the mantle are the constellations of the sky at the time of their impregnation.
If the flowers of the dress proportionally represent the main hills and volcanoes of the orography of Mexico.
And if the whole image has the golden ratio, then it has perfect symmetry, and therefore it has music.