JUMP TO PRAYERS TO OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE
Celestial Theme coded in the Miraculous Virgin of Guadalupe Tilma
Our Lady appeared in Mexico in 1531, bringing peace to a troubled land labouring under brutal paganism and civilisational upheaval, and with it, over nine million conversions to the Faith at a time when the European Church was under attack from the Protestant heresy.
The miraculous image (not made by human hands) is a complex composition of rich cultural symbolism framed on an astronomical map, which is the precise representation of the stars on the date of its creation and taken from a curious ‘heavenly’ perspective.
Extraordinarily intricate, the image is pregnant with hidden mysteries, some of which are only being discovered via the use of modern technology, such as the micro-sized reflections in the Virgin’s eyes which correspond to contemporaneous eye-witness accounts of the persons present when the miraculous tilma was unfurled for the first time – and which, indeed, match historic portraits of said individuals! – and which display the natural characteristics of binocular vision. This element of the tilma is in effect an ancient ‘polaroid’ of the scene in the bishop’s office when the image formed.
One scientist, mapping the clusters of stars, chanced upon a distinct mathematical code juxtaposed between the Virgin’s Mantle, the constellations and native flowers depicted on the Virgin’s gown, leading him to ponder whether it may be a musical score. This is the theme embedded above and which can be downloaded in MP3 format via the link. This poster sets it on repeat and has it playing in the house all day and all night, all week long. This is taken from the first ‘YouTube’ video embedded below and is intended for private usage and worship only.
The second video below, ‘Guadalupe: A Living Image’ is a good, if some-what ‘cheesey’ American production on the miraculous tilma. The discovery of the celestial theme starts at the 29:50 mark.
Prayers to Our Lady of Guadalupe
Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mystical Rose, make intercession for the Holy Church, protect the Sovereign Pontiff, help all those who invoke thee in their necessities, and since thou art the ever Virgin Mary, and Mother of the True God, obtain for us from thy most holy Son the grace of keeping our faith, of sweet hope in the midst of the bitterness of life, of burning charity, and the precious gift of final perseverance. Amen.
Our Father … Hail Mary … Glory Be …
In honour of the Father, in gratitude for the Miraculous Portrait as a continuing miracle and testimony.
Memorare to Our Lady of Guadalupe
Remember, O most gracious Virgin Mary of Guadalupe, that in thy celestial apparitions on the mount of Tepeyac, thou didst promise to show thy compassion and pity towards all who, loving and trusting thee, seek thy help and call upon thee in their necessities and afflictions.
Thou didst promise to hearken to our supplications, to dry our tears and to give us consolation and relief. Never was it known that anyone who fled to thy protection, implored thy help, or sought thy intercession, either for the common welfare, or in personal anxieties, was left unaided.
Inspired with this confidence, we fly unto thee, O Mary, ever Virgin Mother of the True God! Though grieving under the weight of our sins, we come to prostrate ourselves in thy august presence, certain that thou wilt deign to fulfill thy merciful promises. We are full of hope that, standing beneath thy shadow and protection, nothing will trouble or afflict us, nor need we fear illness, or misfortune, or any other sorrow.
Thou hast decided to remain with us through thy admirable image, thou who art our Mother, our health and our life. Placing ourselves beneath thy maternal gaze and having recourse to thee in all our necessities we need do nothing more. O Holy Mother of God, despise not our petitions, but in thy mercy hear and answer us. (Mention your petition.)
(5x) Hail Mary
In gratitude for the four apparitions to Juan Diego and the one to Juan Bernardino.
Remember, O most gracious Virgin of Guadalupe, that in thine apparitions on Mount Tepeyac thou promised to show pity and compassion to all who, loving and trusting thee, seek thy help and protection.
Accordingly, listen now to our supplications and grant us consolation and relief. We are full of hope that, relying on thine help, nothing can trouble or affect us. As thou hast remained with us through thine admirable image, so now obtain for us the graces we need. Amen.
Act of Consecration to Our Lady of Guadalupe
Our Lady of Guadalupe, Ever Virgin, Mother of the True God, Woman clothed with the Sun, I totally consecrate myself to thee and to thine Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart.
In humility, through this consecration, I receive thee, Virgin of Guadalupe, into every moment of my life and every fibre of my being. I am assured that God has chosen thou for me and I recall what the Angel of the Lord told St. Joseph:
“Joseph, son of David, fear not to take unto thee Mary thy wife, for that which is conceived in her, is of the Holy Ghost.” [Mt. 1:20]
Holy Archangel St. Gabriel who presented the beauty and virtues of Mary’s soul, [Lk. 1:26-35] obtain for me the grace to imitate these virtues and, by my example, to show others how to live, how to love, how to sacrifice and how to die.
As I receive thee, Queen and Mother of the Americas, I desire, with thy help, to grow in my relationship with thee, a relationship which was confirmed by thine Divine Son as He hung dying on the Cross when He said to thee His Holy and Sorrowful Mother,
“Woman, behold thy son!”
And to St. John, His beloved disciple,
“Behold thy Mother!” [Jn. 19:26-27]
I implore thee, Queen of the Angels, and to St. Michael and the other angels to defend us in our battle against Satan and all of the evil spirits in this present darkness. [Eph. 6:12]
In reparation I will pray and sacrifice. Please pray for us who seek refuge in thee, for the conversion of poor sinners who offend thee and for the salvation of all souls! I promise to keep ever before me thine instructions at the Wedding Feast at Cana:
“Whatsoever He shall say to you, do ye.” [Jn. 2:5]
In doing so I will be loyal and obedient to the Pope, thy first son on earth. I am sure in my consecration to thee that thou wilt lead me on a safe and sure path to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Holy Mother of God, save us through the Flame of Love of thine Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart! Send forth the grace from thy Flame of Love to the whole human race now and at the hour of our death. Send forth thy Spouse, the Holy Ghost, to bring us the New Pentecost and the fire of His Divine Love to renew the face of the earth.
O Mother of Mercy, let there be revealed, once more, in the history of the world the infinite power of merciful love! May it put an end to evil. May it transform consciences. May thy Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart reveal for all the light of faith, hope and love. May Christ the King reign over us, our families, cities, states, nations and the whole of humanity.
O clement, O loving, O Sweet Virgin Mary, hear our pleas and accept this cry from our hearts!
Dear Lady of Guadalupe, I conclude my consecration to thee with the message you gave to Blessed Juan Diego in Mexico on Tepeyc Hill in 1531 hereby accepting it also as a message from you to thee:
Know for certain that I am the perfect and perpetual Virgin Mary,
Mother of the True God.
Here I will show and offer all my love,
my compassion, my help and protection to the people.
I am your merciful Mother,
the Mother of all who love me,
of those who cry to me,
of those who have confidence in me.
Here I will hear their weeping and their sorrows
and will remedy and alleviate their suffering,
necessities and misfortunes…
Listen and let it penetrate your heart…
Do not be troubled or weighed down with grief.
Do not fear any illness or vexations, anxiety or pain.
Am I not here who am your Mother?
Are you not under my shadow and protection?
Am I not your fountain of life?
Are you not in the folds of my mantle?
In the crossing of my arms?
Is there anything else you need?
Mary, Our Blessed Mother! Pray for us! Amen.
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