Many of you probably will not know it but a very important testimony is documented within the Church regarding the phenomenon of the dancing sun or if you prefer the miracle of the sun. Yes, precisely that of the events of Fatima or more recently of Medjugorje.
So who was the witness of such an incredible fact?
The last dogma of the Church after the famous ones starting from the Council of Ephesus in 431 which sanctioned the Virgin Mary as the mother of God, the Council of Constantinople of 553 which affirmed her perpetual virginity then the dogma of the Immaculate Conception of 1850 with Pius IX, we come to the dogma of the Assumption proclaimed in 1950 by Pius XII after the latter had consulted the world episcopate, to ensure that it pronounced itself or not with a favorable or unfavorable vote on the assumption of the Virgin Mary into heaven at the moment of death in body and soul.
You know the outcome was favorable.
The protagonist of the anomalous dance of the sun a few days before the proclamation of the dogma was Pope Pacelli or Pius XII. While for many years his testimony might have seemed surreal and not very credible, a note from Pope Pius XII was discovered in the archives of the Pacelli family.
The autograph note is on the back of a typewritten sheet prepared for an audience, in a few lines written in pencil the Pope recounts the event he witnessed without sensational tones. The vision of a spinning or simply dancing solar globe that could be stared at without harming the eyes.
The unique testimony is the same documented by thousands of people around the world during the recurrence of this specific event and ultimately follows exactly the story of the crowd of Fatima and the three little shepherds on the date of 13 October 1917.
Here is the link for those who want to read the full story of that day.
“It was October 30, 1950”, the day before the day of the solemn definition of the Assumption, explains Pius XII. The Pope was preparing to proclaim the dogma of faith what the Church had always believed since the first centuries, namely the bodily assumption in sky of the Madonna at the time of death.
Around four o’clock that afternoon he took “the usual walk in the Vatican gardens, reading and studying.” Pacelli remembers that, as he was climbing from the square of the Madonna di Lourdes “towards the top of the hill, in the avenue on the right that runs along the wall around the wall”, he looked up from the sheets. «I was struck by a phenomenon, never before seen by me. The sun, which was still quite high, appeared as an opaque yellowish globe, surrounded all around by a luminous circle “, which, however, in no way prevented them from fixing their gaze” without receiving the slightest annoyance. A very light cloud was in front of it ». “The opaque globe – continues Pius XII in the note – moved slightly outward, both turning and moving from left to right and vice versa. But within the globe, very strong movements could be seen with all clarity and without interruption “.
You see, now I want to break a spear in my favor.
We all know it wasn’t the sun, much less a hallucination. Did 50,000 witnesses suffer from hallucination in Fatima? Come on with what courage to make such a statement! Perhaps the Cicap could say it ( CICAP is an Italian non-profit educational organization, founded in 1989 to promote a scientific and critical investigation on the paranormal and pseudosciences aimed at denying I must say, the UFO manifestation in all its forms) but not you ufology enthusiasts who obviously know well how to be a UFO, because I have been shouting it to the world for years, the Marian apparitions are an extraterrestrial phenomenon E x c l u s i v e l y.
That the Pope did not suffer from some kind of hallucination is always testified by him who adds to the dose by saying that he witnessed the same phenomenon the next day too! And also on November 1st, the day of the definition of the dogma of the Assumption and then again on November 8th.
Clear isn’t it ?!
The following days Pope Pacelli declared on several occasions that he had tried at the same time and in similar conditions such as atmospheric ones, and at the same time to look at the sun but that he was not successful because he was dazzled!
The Pope recounted this event to a small group of intimate cardinals including Cardinal Tedeschini who the following year in October 1951 contacted Pius XII asking permission to tell the event during a homily that would take place in Fatima, but the Pope said: “It is not the case”.
Pope Pacelli concluded the note on the event with:
“This is in short and simple terms, the pure truth”
A very last “gem” on the death of Pius XII on October 9, 1958, many UFOs, perhaps to demonstrate something, flew over the papal estate of Castel Gandolfo in the province of Rome. This is testified by one of the greatest Italian ufologists, Consul Alberto Perego in his book “The Electromagnetic Aviation of other planets operates among us”:
“On 9 October 1958 Pius XII died in Castelgandolfo. In the afternoon two disks were seen flying over the Papal Villa, where the body of the Pope was. That same evening, at 21.10, a luminous globe from Castelgandolfo flew over Rome, lingering for a few seconds on the Vatican. Hundreds of people saw this globe, and fortunately, I too saw the globe darting with a brilliant blue light as I found myself walking in Piazza Farnese with my wife “.
I am sure but you will be too that the Pope was extremely sure of his vision, perhaps too, too far away given his culture, the historical period and the clerical conformation in understanding that he had witnessed the sighting of a UFO, with all the implications. which derive from understanding the deception behind the phenomenon.
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