- Posted August 12, 2012 by
Brooklyn, New York
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Your most inspirational teacher
Our Most Inspirational Teacher, No Doubt
Experience is the best teacher, yes. But who's your second best?
Some of us will say, Mother. Others will say, Mr. John Doe. Miss Jane Doe even.
Well, ours is a bit different. To us a teacher is a guide, nothing less. To guide you to use your God-given gifts and talents. But the emphasis should be, for the good of humanity. https://vimeo.com/40404279
Ours is different in the sense that our best teacher is a spirit. You see, we go by the dictum that man is essentially a spiritual being having a human experience. Body and spirit are what compose man.
Our realization came to us of late. That is, when our patron saint, San Pascual Baylon de Guinarona disappeared or was stolen in June 2010. Desperate for answers as to the circumstances of the theft, and the location where his image was being kept, we took refuge in divining. And on August 29, 2010, we were able to contact San Pascual Baylon through the use of coffee filter paper, red marking pen, a few offerings and a libation of rum. First we sang the San Pascual Baylon Hymn, while dancing a bit, all the while focusing on our intention, namely if it was okay that we organize a centennial for him and in exchange, he should return to Guinarona in Leyte, Philippines. Goosebumps!-- the saint did an automatic drawing! (Picture is herewith). http://anibongpalm.com/2010/08/29/message-from-san-pascual-baylon/
There are three salient elements in the drawing.
A pair of white hands.
A beast pulling something.
A ship or ark, with arching smoke.
Does the pair of hands signify prayer? Is the beast equivalent to Nibiru or a rogue planet? What does the ark with arching smoke signify? Does it mean deluge?
Was the saint saying that his disappearance was to alert humanity about future events?
We can say that this is a breakthrough divination technique--and we tweaked it a little further so that other spirit entities could be contacted as well.
And we have named it after San Pascual Baylon, our most inspirational teacher.