. . . And So We Get It

The San Pascual Baylon Apparitions from Benito Maray on Vimeo.

We lost our beloved San Pascual Baylon century old image in June 2010. In the meantime, we have had our hands full in June 2014 or four years after the fact. For one thing, we have had three apparitions by San Pascual, which, owing to modern technology, we were able to capture. Indeed, we do now get it: That it’s time to turn a new leaf, and that our San Pacual icon is not coming back.

Four years. What is the significance of the number 4?

Number 4 resonates with the vibrations and energies of practicality, organization and exactitude, service, patience, devotion, application, pragmatism, patriotism, dignity, trust, worthiness, endurance, loyalty, mastery, building solid foundations, conservatism, determination, production and hard work. Number FOUR also relates to high morals, traditional values, honesty and integrity, inner-wisdom, security, self-control, loyalty, conscientiousness, reality and realistic values, stability and ability. Number 4 vibrates with the attributes of progress, management, justice, seriousness, discipline, system and order, maintenance, constructiveness, dependability, conviction, passion and drive,the world, completion, practice, repetition, realization of power, ability to use practical thinking, basic form of order, prepare for renewal, instinctual knowledge. The meanings of number 4.

Here’s our gallery of the San Pascual Baylon apparitions, as they are mounted on the Guinarona San Pascual Baylon church altar.

In closing, what San Pascual is telling us, is that we lost one icon, but gained so many real-time images from his apparitions.

How is that for turning poison into medicine? Also, the apparitions were the end result of our proposal that we build a new cathedral/shrine for San Pascual.

Which jives with turning a new leaf, with starting over.

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