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2022.01.20 11:32 IrishKev95 It is Reasonable to Doubt the Veridicality of the Apparition of Our Lady of Guadalupe
There is good reason to doubt that anything supernatural occurred in December 1531 at the Hill of Tepayac in Mexico. I will present two main lines of reasoning, which I believe give good reason to doubt. The first will be the shaky historicity of Juan Diego himself, and the second will be the "ordinariness" of the Tilma of Juan Diego.
The Historicity of Juan Diego It is not clear to me that Juan Diego was a real person. It appears that I am not the only person who feels this way - even Catholic scholars doubt: including Monsignor Guillermo Schulemburg. Born in 1916, Schulemburg was appointed Abbot of the Basilica of Guadalupe, the second most visited catholic shrine in the world, by the Pope in 1963. But Schulemburg was forced to resign was he was 80 years old in 1996, following an interview published in the Catholic magazine Ixthus, in which he was quoted as saying that Juan Diego was "a symbol, not a reality", and that his canonization would be the "recognition of a cult. It is not recognition of the physical, real existence of a person." A Monsignor from the 20th Century doubting the existence of a Native Mexican Indian in the 16th Century isn’t very elucidating by itself, but the timing of Schulemburg’s doubts is pertinent. Juan Diego was beatified in 1990 and canonized in 2002, so Schulemburg was airing his concerns while the Vatican was investigating the life and miracles and such of Juan Diego. Now let’s explore the reasons why Schulemburg doubted, since Schulemburg’s doubt itself doesn’t really matter, but his reasons for doubt do.
Bishop Zummaraga, the Bishop who Juan Diego supposedly brought the Tilma to, was a real historical person. We have his writings and records of him. In fact, he wrote the first book ever published in the Western Hemisphere, Doctrina Breve, in 1539. Zummaraga himself never mentions Juan Diego, in any of his writings, despite the fact that he plays a pivotal role in the legends. Franciscan contemporaries of Zummaraga talk about a “Marian Cult” that resulted from the conquistador conquest of Tenochticlan. A Franciscan fray named Fransisco de Bustamante publicly condemned the cult of Our Lady of Guadalupe outright precisely because it was centred on a painting (allegedly said to have been painted "yesterday" by an Indian) to which miraculous powers were attributed, whereas fray Bernardino de Sahagún expressed deep reservations as to the Marian cult at Tepeyac without mentioning the cult image at all. These were both written in the 1550 – 1590 range (apparition allegedly occurred in Dec 1531).
First details of Juan Diego’s life emerged in 1648, 100+ yrs after the supposed apparitions. The first known telling of the tale appeared in a book published in Spanish in 1648 by the priest Miguel Sánchez. Sánchez has a few scattered sentences noting Juan Diego's uneventful life at the hermitage in the sixteen years from the apparitions to his death. On the heels of the Sánchez version, the story was included in the book Huei tlamahuiçoltica published in 1649 by Luis Laso de la Vega, the vicar of the Guadalupe chapel and a friend of Sánchez. In the Huei tlamahuiçoltica (1649), there is some information concerning Juan Diego's life before and after the apparitions, giving many instances of his sanctity of life.
Substantial details about the life of Juan Diego emerges in 1666, written in a piece of writing by Becerra Tanco. Tanco opens his prologue by mentioning the Church of Mexico’s juridical inquiry of early 1666 into the apparition of the Virgin Mary at Tepeyácac and the origin of her miraculous image called Guadalupe. This investigation found no authentic documents on the matter in the ecclesiastical archives, so the author felt obligated “to put in writing what I knew by memory, and what I had read and examined in my adolescence, in the pictures and characters of the Mexican Indians, who were able persons of distinction in that primitive century.” He then wrote all he could from memory.
So lets examine the facts that I have presented so far, and lets pretend that it is the mid 1990s. Juan Diego has been beatified, but not canonized, and we are investigating his historicity as part of the canonization process. We know that the first details of Juan Diego’s life do not emerge until 100+ years after his story takes place, and we also know that the very Bishop who supposedly played a key part in the miracle story never mentions Juan Diego. Further, we know that contemporaries of the time wrote about “Marian cults” at Tepayac. All of this is painting a picture – there was a legend that grew out of the mixing of the Catholic Spaniards and the pagan Natives and was passed down via oral tradition, at which point scholars attempted to fill in the gaps based on hearsay. Until…
Enter the Codex Escalada
The Codex Escalada is a sheet of parchment signed with a date of "1548", on which there have been drawn, in ink and in the European style, images (with supporting Nahuatl text) depicting the Marian apparition of Our Lady of Guadalupe to Juan Diego which allegedly occurred on four separate occasions in December 1531 on the hill of Tepeyac north of central Mexico City. The parchment first came to light in 1995, and in 2002 was named in honour of Fr. Xavier Escalada S.J. who brought it to public attention and who published it in 1997. This is probably the most important thing in this write up. If authentic, and if correctly dated to the mid-16th century (as tests so far conducted indicate), the document fills a gap in the documentary record as to the antiquity of the tradition regarding those apparitions and of the image of the Virgin associated with the fourth apparition which is venerated at the Basilica of Guadalupe.
What is strange about this piece of parchment is that Fr Escalada produced this piece of parchment in the middle of Juan Diego’s cannonization process (after beatification), he wouldn’t disclose where he received the parchment, saying only that he wanted to keep the name of the donor confidential, the document gives no new info (its essentially just a death certificate), it is supposedly signed by Fray Sahagún in 1548, who openly opposed the “Marian Cult at Tepayac” in 1576 and 1577. However, the parchment was analyzed and the team that analyzed it concludes that this document does indeed come from the 16th century, though they concluded it was the 1570s and not the 1540s like the signature suggests. Scholars have also looked at the signature and concluded that the signature is authentic. So there are some strange things about the Codex Escalada, but still, the Codex Escalada does weigh in the favor of the veridicality of Juan Diego’s historicity.
The Tilma A very strange thing about the Tilma itself is that the Catholic Church must approve all studies done on the Tilma, and can decide which studies are published and which are not. This is suspicious right off the bat. Neither the fabric nor the image itself has been analyzed using the full range of resources now available to museum conservators, but over the years, four technical studies have been conducted so far. Of these, the findings of at least three have been published. Each study required the permission of the custodians of the tilma in the Basilica. If this is such good evidence for God and for the Catholic Church, why the secrecy? Why not subject the tilma to as many tests as possible?
Secondly, one of the analyses that were done did conclude that the image was painted onto the tilma. In 2002 Proceso published an interview with José Sol Rosales, formerly director of the Center for the Conservation and Listing of Heritage Artifacts (Patrimonio Artístico Mueble) of the National Institute of Fine Arts (INBA) in México City, in which Rosales suggested there was some visible brushwork on the original image, but in a minute area of the image ("her eyes, including the irises, have outlines, apparently applied by a brush").
Rosales examined the cloth with a stereomicroscope and observed that the canvas appeared to be a mixture of linen and hemp or cactus fiber. It had been prepared with a brush coat of white primer (calcium sulfate), and the image was then rendered in distemper (i.e., paint consisting of pigment, water, and a binding medium). The artist used a “very limited palette,” the expert stated, consisting of black (from pine soot), white, blue, green, various earth colors (“tierras”), reds (including carmine), and gold. Rosales concluded that the image did not originate supernaturally but was instead the work of an artist who used the materials and methods of the sixteenth century (El Vaticano 2002).
In a conversation with my Catholic parents, they brought up that the eyes of Our Lady on the Tilma have a perfect “photograph” of the room in which Juan Diego dropped the flowers and revealed the image. The picture apparently includes Bishop Zumarraga, among others. I honestly can’t find much of what the whole reflection in the eyes is supposed to look like. I would want to see that myself, like the actual pictures. I did google “Tilma eyes photos” and such, but all I could find were ink blots. My dad mentioned that the “ink blots” were stretched in the way that light bends in order to produce the photograph, but I couldn’t find anything like that online. If anyone knows what I am talking about and can share some links to learn more about it, I would greatly appreciate that. However, we do know that the eyes were applied to the tilma with a brush and that the dyes used were standard dyes for the time period, so it seems exceedingly likely that looking at the ink-blots under a microscope is nothing but an exercise in imagination.
Conclusion If I were to take a shot at a best explanation of the facts that we have available to us, I would paint a story like this:
A Marian Cult grew at Tepayac as a result of the combination of the Spanish Catholic and Pagan Mexican influences there, and a story about apparitions spread from that cult. A painting was created on a Tilma and was used in worship. Over a 100 year time period, legends grew, and people flocked to Guadeloupe. Miracles were reported, and devotion to both Our Lady of Guadeloupe and Juan Diego himself blossomed.
I obviously cannot “prove” that my explanation of the facts is true, but given the facts, I do contend that a person has good reason to doubt that anything supernatural happened at Tepayac in the 1530s.
The "stakes" here are interesting. On one hand, the Catholic Church never obligates Her members to believe in any specific apparition of our lady. So, a Catholic is allowed to doubt that Our Lady of Guadelupe really appeared to Juan Diego, and that Catholic can still be a Catholic in good standing. However, the stakes are much bigger regarding Juan Diego's canonization. The Church isn't supposed to be able to be wrong about canonization, however, one prerequisite to getting to heaven is actually being a real human first. If a person never existed on earth, then that person will never exist in heaven. So it appears to me that while a Catholic is allowed to think that Juan Diego was mistaken when he thought that he saw an apparition, a Catholic cannot doubt the historicity of Juan Diego. I could be wrong about the stakes here, so please correct me if I am
Bonus: I think that my strongest argument here is the “Argument from Silence” as applied to Bishop Zumarraga himself, and I think that the strongest undercutter to my argument is the existence of the Codex Escalada.
Also Bonus: I am purposefully limiting my scope to just stating that it is reasonable to doubt. I am not calling anyone "unreasonable" for believing that Juan Diego did exist as a historical person. Further, I am not arguing that I have a "knockdown" argument here. I am trying to be modest in my claims here.
OK - excited to hear your thoughts below! And I do realize that I am sometimes writing Guadelupe and sometimes Guadeloupe. I know that the correct spelling is the former, but Word and Reddit both keep trying to correct me to the latter. So, whatever. You know what I mean and that is the important part haha.
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2022.01.20 11:32 Difficult_Win_6159 POWER BOOK 2 GHOST SEASON 2 EPISODE 6
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2022.01.20 11:32 Stan_islav [Podcast] The Dive Down Episode 157: Understanding the Pioneer Metagame ft. Dom Harvey
Hello again Pioneer players!
The Magic scene has been abuzz and the heat is on in Pioneer town. Is the format back from the dead? Was it alive and quietly thriving this whole time? Either way, seems like everyone is talking about it, and it’s this month’s format for the Manatraders monthly tournament series. So we’ve invited the incredibly wise and skilled Dom Harvey to share his insights and analysis of Pioneer’s most popular decks, including Jeskai Ascendancy, Izzet Phoenix, Boros Heroic, Lotus Field, and more.
Dom recently won a Pioneer challenge and PTQ, on top of all his years of experience in constructed Magic and content strategy content. We're thrilled to have him join us as an expert on the format, to share some of the ins-and-outs of Pioneer as it recaptures players' imaginations.
Stream the episode at https://thedivedown.fireside.fm/157 or wherever you get podcasts, including YouTube, Spotify, and all your favorite podcast apps.
2022.01.20 11:32 BlazeTheSun6 Horror series recommendations?
Been sick in bed the past few days and decided to binge squid game and then archive 81 and thoroughly enjoyed both, and was wondering if someone could recommend any other similar shows? Preferably something slower-paced and character-driven, maybe a bit psychological. Not really a fan of OOGA BOOGA JUMP SCARE type shit.
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2022.01.20 11:32 zitsky Does "Precise Location" use WIFI? (Exxon Mobil app) iOS 15.2.1 iPhone 13 Pro Max
Minor problem that I never had with Android. I have an app, Exxon Mobil that asks me to turn on Wifi. Never saw this on Android. I see in settings, Location there is a PRECISE LOCATION option which is turned on. Is this why it's asking for Wifi? On Android, usually my location is close enough (some gas station) that it works just fine.
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2022.01.20 11:32 conelover1234 Something I hope
I really hope that the layer 0 becomes the sea level so is more realistic. Also make the layer 8998 as the max (Mt. Everest) and -10994 as the min (Challenger Deep)
Good change isn't it.
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2022.01.20 11:32 Sheesh5000 Respect the Ass Crack Bandit (Community)
Spoilers to follow
"I am the Ass Crack Bandit. Humans make better banks than piggies, whenever I get more change at the store, I can’t wait to drop it down your butts. I think I will go to the bank and get so much change and take all my dollars and make them into change and drop it all down there."
2022.01.20 11:32 t1_g Time to talk to a doctor I guess
I've had sleep problems for a long time. It started getting pretty bad a couple years ago so I made some lifestyle changes. I now get more consistent sleep, but not enough. In April of last year I got a Fitbit and started tracking my sleep. After almost a year of data, I think it's safe to say I have insomnia. The kind where you don't stay asleep. I've noticed some memory problems, and my anxiety has gotten worse (particularly during work hours). I tried to take OTC sleep pills, but they make it impossible to get out of bed and leave me really groggy.
Just looking for some advice.
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|Avg Deep Sleep||42m||44m||43m||42,|
2022.01.20 11:32 adaml_7 Inner jungles of Faron and Lakeside Stable Weather Issue
I know this may sound like the opposite of a problem to many but my problem is that in the inner Faron area and around Lakeside Stable the weather is glitched and doesn't change no matter how many times I rest. The weather is stuck in eternal clouds/sun, when I leave and return it swaps between endless clouds and endless sun; however, rain which I want to see some of in Faron is completely missing. I was wondering if anybody has any ideas on this, I was also wanting to do the Thunder Magnet sidequest in the thunderstorm (which simply requires the rain from memory, like I did on my OG playthrough; however, there has been no sign of rain to complete it.)
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2022.01.20 11:31 Tovarish_Petrov Ukrainian laws in English
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2022.01.20 11:31 hanabananarama Found one in the wild....all her pictures are heavily edited
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2022.01.20 11:31 Leviathan_Wakes_ Night time is the only time of the day I can even play this game because the ANZ server is such a barren wasteland, and of course this has to happen to me.
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2022.01.20 11:31 Independent-Book-898 Suggestions for labels and shop name
I'm planning to open an Etsy shop. I make hats and scarves. Does anyone have a good suggestion for a place to get little fabric labels to sew on? And also, I have a shop name but not sure I love it. "Deco hats" ( they have an art deco influence) Can I get feedback from you guys? Is it a boring name?
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2022.01.20 11:31 AutoNewspaperAdmin [World] - Multiple-car crash as heavy snowfall closes Czech highway | Washington Post
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2022.01.20 11:31 romain34230 Guardiens de la Galaxie : Alyssa Milano découvre enfin que le vaisseau de Star Lord lui rend hommage
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2022.01.20 11:31 AnarkyWorld New character for our Triple Triad NFT game!
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2022.01.20 11:31 TurbulentRider It’s back! Who’s ready for $50K every score change + two $500K grand prizes? Super Bowl LVI here we come! 🙌 #RocketMortgageSquares
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2022.01.20 11:31 AutoNewspaperAdmin [World] - Barbados PM appears to have swept general elections | Washington Post
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2022.01.20 11:31 mjkess88 What do you about matches who don't reply after 2-3 messages?
Like it's too soon to go straight to "let's meet up" but you've texted a bit, you're the last person to say something, and they just don't reply. How long do you wait before following up with a second message? Do people only respond if you end in a question mark? I am having trouble going from match to meet with the texting just dying, and I'm not talking about texting for several days or a week. Should the second message be another question to start another topic of conversation like from their profile or just skip to asking to meet? My issue is if I do that I feel like it's not balanced like begrudgingly doing it or forcing their hand because they didn't reply to my last text. But if I wait to ask a match out only those who naturally text me back, I'll never go out with anyone.
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