Sunday, December 05, 2010

David Ash and the Vortex as Key to Mass and Materialism?

J.M.J. + O.B.T. + M.G.R*

The following link is an interesting read, especially if one considers the Mystery of Light, the Holy Eucharist where the elements of Mass are transubstantiated in the double consecration effected by the priest, in persona Christi, by the power of the Holy Spirit: This is My Body...This is the cup of My Blood.

A vortex may be involved.  It surely is the cause of mass destruction wrought by hurricanes and tornados.  This fact may point to the opposite reality in the spiritual realm where the Holy Eucharist is the source of mass construction (building up of the Body of Christ). 

Oh and this gets deeper...both are Trinity Projects that involve E=mc2.

This next link takes you up the vortex (stairway to heaven) in Holy Mass that reminds one of a climb up Jacob's Ladder or St. Joseph's Miracle Stairs at the Loretto Chapel in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

In Patristics this interior disposition is often defined as puritas cordis; some people clearly affirm that the finality of Religious life is to rise up to this vortex of purity and humility of heart.
To reach this luminous mountain it is necessary to take up the Way of the Cross, of the Crucifixion, the silent adoration of the mystery of the will of the Father to the glory of the Resurrection.
In this sense, the Mystery of Bread contains in itself the proclamation and memory of the death of the Lord, proclaims the Resurrection, and each day, in vigilant worship of the mystery, awaits the glorious Second Coming.

Jesus informs Nathaniel and reminds us in John 1:51: "Amen, amen I say to you, you shall see the heaven opened, and the angels of God ascending and descending upon the Son of man."

Sincerely yours in Jesus and Mary,
Mike Rizzio

Imitate Mary
Become like Jesus
Live for the Triune God

Seek the Light of Our Lord Jesus Christ
See you on the High Ground!

* - J.M.J. + O.B.T. + M.G.R. stands for:
Jesus, Mary and Joseph;
O Beata Trinitas;
St. Michael, St. Gabriel and St. Raphael

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