ITEM. Religious icon stolen from Leyte church
Cebu Daily News First Posted 07:25:00 06/23/2010 Filed Under:
TACLOBAN CITY . Thieves took away a century-old image of St. Pascual Baylon, patron saint of Guinarona in Leyte, from the altar of San Pascual Baylon Church early Sunday, police said.
Chief Insp. Atilano Uballo, town police chief, said the icon has an ivory head and wooden body, and could not be carried by just one person. He could not say how much it was worth.
A parishioner discovered the theft and informed the priest, Randolph Raagas, who, in turn, told the police about it. A replica was installed at the church on Monday. /INQUIRER
The above news article appeared in the daily broadsheet, Philippine Daily Inquirer, re the disappearance of the century old image of San Pascual Baylon de Guinarona. Call it coincidence, but so many geographical and weather upheavals have visited earth since then, and are still continuing–and getting worse. Compounding the problem is the entry into our solar system of a “mini solar system” composed of a red dwarf star–possibly the sun’s twin–and seven big planets, each of which has moons revolving around them.
Call it coincidence, too, that on August 28, 2010, San Pascual Baylon has drawn the following image (Figure 1), which has obviously a ship with an arching smoke.
In divination, a ship connotes much water–and so does an arching rainbow, which is condensed water that reflects sunlight. Hence, it is the same as much flooding.
In effect, by his disappearance, San Pascual Baylon is conveying a message of danger for humanity.
Another drawing of great import by San Pascual Baylon is presented as Figure 2, which we juxtaposed with the picture of Mt. Etna erupting. In it is a figure carrying a child as well as a volcano, which is strikingly similar to Mt. Etna’s as well as most other volcanoes.
Which means–pronounced vulcanism for the world, which will get worse as the mini solar system breaks away from the sun and makes a flyby over earth on its way out. Well, erupting volcanoes and earthquakes go hand in hand, so take your pick.
Simply put, San Pascual Baylon’s disappearance is a warning shot to earth’s bow, as it were. And for a miraculous saint such as him–as much as we want him to to return to Guinarona–he will not do so until the danger signs are heeded and the people forewarned, prepared and in their safe havens.