ITEM: Pope Benedict XVI announces his resignation.
ITEM: A meteor explodes over Russia injuring thousands.
ITEM: Fireballs observed all over the world.
ITEM: Multiple suns captured on lens all over the world.
Indeed, times are a-changing–and fast. It is as if humanity is being tested–or being elevated to a new status. We haven’t even mentioned the thousands of sinkholes, the numerous floods, the tens of thousands of earthquakes, the extreme heat and the extreme cold.
In the micro and local levels, the century old image of San Pascual Baylon de Guinarona, has not returned since it got lost in June 2010. Call us superstitious: Adding two and two, we can only surmise that the miraculous saint is telegraphing the changes that humanity will undergo thenceforth.
What are the implications of having multiple suns? Note that the new, bluish sun is huge, not to mention the lesser-sized suns. Might the bluish one be the old sun’s twin? Are these suns here to stay? How will their combined magnetic and gravitational pull affect Planet Earth? Because no one is forthcoming–as this is a new reality or paradigm–we can only divine.
Good if these developments contribute to our well being. Good if the new normal will be one approaching utopia. Or because man’s thoughts can affect the environment, might it be that we can “turn poison into medicine”? Namely, that we can will advancement in all levels, confronted as we are with a new paradigm?
We can only hope that Guinaronanhons–and humanity at large–be ever victorious.