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Estigmas un gran misterio

Stigma a great mystery

The most frequent and important for its profound symbolism - fundamental to Christianity - are lesions that reproduce the five wounds, the holes in the feet and hands and the spear wound received in the side. A list of these stigmas par is added to the shoulder, which often appears injured, or fallen deformed, thus evoking the weight of the cross carried by Jesus Christ on his way to Golgotha.
The famous stigmatized Lateau Louise carrying this stigma, the effect of which was so intense that rendered his right arm. Stigma also appear on the back, in the form of whipping, flogging playing. Padre Pio, among others, had this stigma, as reflected in various photographs of his shirts. Another is the stigma that appears on the front, a set of small lesions, usually twelve to fifteen, which reproduce the wounds caused by the crown of thorns, such as those shown in the sixteenth century Parisian Sr. Lois Jesus, or Jeanne Boisseau, whose face gushing blood every Friday at three in the afternoon, following the 1862 Lent.
When these marks are all simultaneously talking about stigma complete, a rare, if they can talk about rarity when we refer to this strange phenomenon. One of the few "complete stigmatized" was Catherine de Ricci, who for twelve years, between Thursday and Friday, had the five wounds, the crown of thorns, flogging and the stigma of the shoulder.
These stigmas can be added to other much less common as knee injuries in the fall of commemorating Christ, or symbolic representations such as crosses, whips and even letters or words.
Francesco Forgione, known as Padre Pio was a living enigma for physicians and specialists until his death in 1968. Fifteen years after he entered a monastery around the year 1915 and underwent an experience that marked his life. Had a vision of Christ while he was kneeling on a bench in the church where Mass had just said. Could hardly explain her experience: "I felt as if I were to die ... The vision faded and noticed that my hands, feet and side were pierced and bleeding profusely." He tried to hide their wounds, but it was useless. Those responsible for the monastery he was put under the supervision of medical authorities who studied closely wounds. So almost unanimously recognized that they pass completely through his hands, fired a pleasant aroma and no treatment had been helpful in treating. They had no explanation for the incident. In addition, the terrible suffering brother Francesco hyperthermia, high temperature rises were broken clinical thermometers. Various paranormal events occurring around him: bilocation, healing, the gift of prophecy and a strange ability to read the mind of others. One report says the wonder of medical doctors: "I have examined Padre Pio on five occasions over fifteen months and, although sometimes I have noticed some changes in the injury, I have not assigned to any known clinical. .. I think even you could see anything or read a text placed across his hand. "
Francesco Forgione, Padre Pio, is from the point of view as mystical and parapsychological doctor, an uncomfortable and bewildering mystery to science. But it has not been, nor is the only one. San Francisco de Asis going stigmatized for being the first in history. In the midst of an intense vision, the saint's image included a Serafín representing Christ crucified. While the bizarre fact of his troubled heart, began to appear in his hands and feet the marks of the nails that just before seeing the crucified who had appeared before him.
You can say that there are many different types of stigma and stigmatized. However, there is a common characteristic that marks the beginning of the stigma. Generally, the concerned is a visionary and received his injuries in the course of a deep ecstasy, in which light is manifested as primary agents. The mystic is usually a barrier of intense ecstasy, during which includes a radiant figure representing Christ on the cross and whose rays leave sores. The stigmatized Marie-Julie Jahenny recounted her experience: "Our Lord came to me with their glowing five wounds. There was a sun on them. From each wound was a ray of light that hit my hands, my feet and my side. At the end of each beam had a drop of blood red. " The experience is tremendous and sweeps all the contents of consciousness.
As if part of that light had been impressed on the wounds, in some cases the stigma off a strange light, sometimes with iridescent forms, such as state witnesses against the stigma of the seventeenth century Jeanne-Marie Bonomo.
Another feature that differentiates the stigmas of the lesions is natural that the wounds - not suffer from infection, but not curable - form of cyclic bleeding, to a greater or lesser extent and in the cases, coinciding with religious holidays associated with Christ or the Cross. This is the Good Friday when their activity worsens, as if someone or something, either God or the mind of the mystic, tried to emphasize the moment of the Passion.
The blood is not stigmatized in the least surprising. Often, as in the case of Padre Pio and Jeanne de la Croix, nice exhale perfumes, in other cases remains a high temperature and warms the objects that touch or break the pots in which it is introduced. But undoubtedly the most surprising phenomenon that has puzzled those who have been seen is the blood flowing in unexpected directions, literally defying the laws of gravity and running in the same way you would if it were stigmatized crucified. This was observed in Teresa Neumann. Although it was lying on his bed, blood flowing from the wounds of his fingers ran over the foot rather than head for the heels, as if they really had their feet on the cross.
This is particularly disconcerting because the phenomenon occurs outside the body of the stigmatized and therefore there is no physiological mechanism able to explain it. But, in fact, what can explain their own stigmas?
For the believer, it is a gift granted by God. The stigmatized calls feverish for prayer and meditation continuing to suffer the sufferings of Christ. For the Church, stigma is a "charisma", a mark given to those especially holy to stimulate the faith of those who provide and to help in the way of moral and spiritual self ascetic. A third interpretation, which do not join the more conservative is the proposal by the priest Dom Alois Mager, that stigma is the product of auto caused by an unusual state of mystical contemplation and religious fervor.
Thank God? ¿Disease? ¿Parapsychological phenomenon? The mystery of the stigma is far from being resolved. But that matters little to the millions of people pilgrimage to the church of San Giovanni Rotondo to venerate Padre Pio, the mystic and stigmatic most striking of our century.


Estigmas un gran misterio

La historia
Los más frecuentes e importantes por su profundo simbolismo – fundamental para el Cristianismo – son las lesiones que reproducen las cinco llagas, las perforaciones en pies y manos y la herida de la lanza recibida en el costado. A la lista de estos estigmas por antonomasia se añade el del hombro, que a menudo aparece herido, caído o deformado, evocando así el peso de la cruz arrastrada por Jesucristo en su camino al Gólgota.
La famosa estigmatizada Louise Lateau portaba este estigma, cuyo efecto era tan intenso que inutilizaba su brazo derecho. Aparecen asimismo estigmas sobre la espalda, en forma de latigazos, reproduciendo la flagelación. El padre Pío, entre otros, presentaba este estigma, como lo atestiguaban diferentes fotografías de sus camisas. Otro estigma es el que aparece sobre la frente, un conjunto de pequeñas lesiones, de doce a quince generalmente, que reproducen las heridas provocadas por la corona de espinas, como las que mostraba, en el siglo XVI la parisina Sor Loise de Jesús; o Jeanne Boisseau, de cuya frente brotaba sangre todos los viernes a las tres de la tarde, a raíz de la Cuaresma de 1862.
Cuando todas estas marcas se dan simultáneamente, se habla de estigmatización completa, un hecho raro, si es que se puede hablar de rareza cuando nos referimos a este extraño fenómeno. Uno de los pocos "estigmatizados completos" fue Catherine de Ricci, quien durante doce años, entre el jueves y el viernes, presentaba las cinco llagas, la corona de espinas, los azotes y el estigma del hombro.
A estos estigmas se pueden añadir otros mucho menos comunes, como heridas en las rodillas conmemorando las caídas de Cristo, o representaciones simbólicas como cruces, látigos e incluso letras o palabras.
Francesco Forgione, conocido como el padre Pío, fue un enigma viviente para médicos y especialistas hasta su muerte en 1968. Ingresó a los quince años en un monasterio y hacia el año 1915 sufrió una experiencia que marcó su vida. Tuvo una visión de Cristo mientras se encontraba arrodillado en un banco de la iglesia donde acababa de decir misa. Difícilmente pudo explicar su vivencia: "Sentí como si me fuera a morir... La visión se desvaneció y advertí que mis manos, pies y costado estaban perforados y sangrando profusamente". Intentó ocultar sus heridas, pero fue inútil. Los responsables del monasterio le pusieron bajo la tutela de diferentes autoridades médicas que estudiaron de cerca las heridas. De modo prácticamente unánime, reconocieron que éstas atravesaban completamente sus manos, despedían un aroma agradable y ningún tratamiento había sido útil para curarlas. No tenían explicación alguna para el suceso. Además, el hermano Francesco sufría terribles hipertermias, elevadas subidas de temperatura que hacían romperse los termómetros clínicos. Diferentes manifestaciones paranormales se producían en torno a su persona: bilocación, sanación, don de profecía y una extraña capacidad para leer el pensamiento ajeno. Uno de los informes médicos manifiesta el estupor de los doctores: "He examinado al padre Pío en cinco ocasiones a lo largo de quince meses y, aunque a veces he notado algunas modificaciones en las lesiones, no he conseguido clasificarlas en ningún orden clínico conocido... Creo que incluso se podría ver cualquier objeto o leer un texto colocado al otro lado de su mano".
Francesco Forgione, el padre Pío, constituye, tanto desde el punto de vista místico como parapsicológico y médico, un misterio ...

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