Tuesday, July 02, 2013

A Modern Hyper-Ikon

A Modern Hyper-Ikon

Andre Willers
2 Jul 2013

Synopsis :
A hyper-image was created at second remove . 100 million adherents at present . See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divine_Mercy_image . Still , it works .
Discussion :
1.Mercy (Forgiveness) with a strong image is a potent combination. See Appendix B
2.The symbolic color scheme follows the Buddhist pattern .

3.The colour of mercy :

General Meanings
coolness, infinity, ascension, purity, healing
primordial darkness, hate
 learning, knowledge, purity, longevity
 life force, preservation, the sacred, blood, fire
 balance, harmony, vigor, youth, action
 rootedness, renunciation, earth

Blue , White , Red with a dash of Green .
3. See
4.It happened , but I cannot see the rational explanation explaining all the events .
That old Beth(x)
Hyper ikons short-circuits evolution .
See @NovaGrub
ikonic regards


Appendix A :

Mary Faustina Kowalska
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Saint Mary Faustina Kowalska

Saint Mary Faustina Kowalska of the Blessed Sacrament
Virgin, Apostle of Divine Mercy
Born 25 August 1905
Głogowiec, Łęczyca County, Russian Empire
Died October 5, 1938 (aged 33)
Kraków, Poland
Honored in Roman Catholic Church
Beatified 18 April 1993 by Pope John Paul II
Canonized 30 April 2000, Pope John Paul II
Major shrine Basilica of Divine Mercy, Kraków, Poland
Feast 5 October
Patronage World Youth Day
Maria Faustyna Kowalska, commonly known as Saint Faustina, born Helena Kowalska (August 25, 1905, Głogowiec, Poland then in the Russian Empire – Died October 5, 1938, Kraków, Poland)[1] was a Polish nun, mystic and visionary. She is venerated in the Roman Catholic Church as a saint, and is known as the Apostle of Divine Mercy.
Throughout her life, she reported a number of visions of Jesus and conversations with him, which she wrote about in her diary, later published as the book Diary: Divine Mercy in My Soul. Her Vatican biography quotes some of these conversations regarding the Divine Mercy devotion.
At age 20 she joined a convent in Warsaw and was later transferred to Plock, and then to Vilnius, where she met her confessor Michael Sopocko who supported her devotion to Divine Mercy. Faustina and Sopocko directed an artist to paint the first Divine Mercy image, based on Faustina's reported vision of Jesus. Sopocko used the image to celebrate the first Mass on the first Sunday after Easter - which later became known as Divine Mercy Sunday.
In her diary Faustina predicted that her work would be suppressed for some time, then accepted again. Two decades after her death the Divine Mercy devotion was banned by the Vatican, but was approved again in 1978 and she was canonized in April 2000.[2] The Divine Mercy devotion is now followed by over 100 million Catholics.
Appendix B
Hate and Love

Andre Willers
9 Jun 2013
Synopsis :
Forgiveness – Bitterness is the real axis .
Bitterness drives the terrorism .
Discussion :
1.Look at the impact of the images .
Forgiveness :

2.Bitterness . Resentment .
3. The Forgiveness images’ impact are far more powerful than the Bitterness impact .
4.The Love-Hate axis is pale in comparison .

5. Humans get really heated up about Forgiveness and Bitterness .

6.Why ?
Simple present Physics . The Past cannot be changed . Getting resentful or bitter about something that cannot be changed is insane .
But the Bitter Brigade are always “ If only” .
7.Forgiveness .
That is forward looking .
The only things you can change is your future behaviour .
8. Forget , forgive , change .

9. This has happened many times in the past .
9.2 Jesus
9.3 Buddha

9.4 Krishna

9.5 Norse

9.6 Islam
10. God is watching you .
He sees all of your images , from puling babe to rotting corpse .

11 Divorce
See http://www.@NovaGrub
For the dark side .
Else join Miskatonic U .
12. Try the Miskatonic Extra-sweet liquor .
Kills any bitterness (banned by divorce lawayers)
Only Nyarlothothep likes it . Running around like that .

Regards .
Andre .
PS . Remember which god is watching you .


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