Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Psychic Photography

Dear Mouse,

Marahil nabasa na ninyo ang blog ni Sassy tungkol sa larawan ng Virgin Mary sa sandwich na ipinaauction ngayon sa e-bay.

Ang collection ko ng retrato na tinatawag na psychic photography ay authentic dahil ipinadala ito sa simbahan at sa photolab.

Hindi kailangang magkaroon ka ng third eye para makita ang hindi dapat na sa larawan. Walang double exposure ito dahil digital ang ginamit.

Ang angulo ng retrato ng bata ay nakuha ang puno sa malayo. Pero sa halip na ang dahon ng puno ang lumabas ay may mukha ng tao.

Ito naman ay ordinaryong camera lang na luma na. Napansin ang kakaibang retrato pagkatapos ng ilang taong pagkakakuha dito.Ang dapat makita na background ng larawan ay puno ng niyog. Ang birhen na nasa kanan ay birhen ng may-ari ng bahay kung saan ay nakatanim ang puno ng niyog sa harapan.

May nakikita ba kayo ?

The Ca t


At 1:04 AM, Blogger solo flite said...

ey! nice to know ur the pinoy blog of the week :)

At 3:54 AM, Blogger infraternam meam said...

hindi ko alam na may blog na tungkol sa sandwich sa eBay! i just posted it in my blog---cuz i just read it only morning of 17 nov in one of the local newspaper in chicago.sorry if a blogger already has it.i have my source at the end of the blog anyway.

At 4:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

the images are subject to the eye of the beholder. in other words, subjective and cultural. which does not stand scientific scrutiny. an animist who has no idea of christian icons will simply dismiss it as product of one's imagination. why look for images to strengthen beliefs--where does faith come in, doubting thomases?

At 6:28 AM, Blogger red_door8 said...

astig astig.. galing ah.. :)

At 11:41 AM, Blogger cathcath said...

tenks solo.

At 11:49 AM, Blogger cathcath said...

the first pic does not show a religious icon.
it shows a face of a lady.

what was amazing in the second pic was that the religious icons photographed were inside the house and the garden. There is no way by which they could not be photographed instead of the coconut tree that was supposed to be in the background of the photo.

What attracted them to look closely was because of the disappearance of the tree and the appearance of a religious icon that cannot be found somewhere else.

At 6:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

humans are predestined to capture human images. the first thing a baby recognizes is a human face. and that is carried from birth to death. our mind is tricky. even cloud formations can impress upon us shapes we want to see. if the photo you see is a lady, what could a martian see? that's why it remains a reflection of a cultural icon. the second photo on bernardette, etc. is again a reflection of a cultural icon. if i am a strong believer of king arthur's tale, why can't i say i am seeing Elaine the Fair of Astolat, along with Guenevere etc. frolicking? now who's version should we believe in?

besides why should our deities play tricks on our visions to relay their messages? god sent an angel to mary, and in this highly techno age, he prefers to send us poorly crafted copies of adobe photos?


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