Vicka speaks of the eyes and voice of the Virgin Mary
The invaluable interview with the visionary Vicka, conducted by Father Livio of Radio Maria, allows us to become aware, as far as possible, of some little-known aspects of the Marian apparitions. The visionary tried to give the human mind the most understandable explanation of the “melodious” voice of the Virgin Mary and other aspects, such as the color of her eyes.
Vicka explains the color of the Virgin’s eyes
Father Livio’s question was short and concise. Since, at least from a human point of view, a person’s eyes and voice help us to discover one’s interiority:
“Is it possible to know something more about the eyes and the voice of the Madonna?”. Equally direct was the visionary’s response, who explained how Mary’s eyes are presented in a color that, to the human eyes and mind, would appear as “blue” . However, says Vicka , we are talking about a blue that does not exist here [on earth]. So, it’s good to just say that they are blue.
A similar speech for the voice
The visionary’s explanation then goes on, describing the Virgin’s voice. Regarding this aspect, Vicka explains that the discussion is almost analogous: “The same can be said of the voice . You cannot say that you sing or speak. ” Maria’s voice, therefore, presents itself as a sweet melody “that comes from afar”.
Time beyond time
The interview, which as the Medjugorje news portal lets us know, aired a few years ago on the frequencies of Radio Maria, it did not limit itself to highlighting only the, so to speak, “physical” aspects of the Virgin .
An exchange of jokes also clarified the time that Mary tends to spend in the presence of the visionaries, a time that, as Vicka explains , depends exclusively on Mary. The seer immediately clarifies one aspect: when we are here, talking “between us”, that is between men and women, we notice the passing of time.
Today, the apparitions last between 5 and 10 minutes, in the early years, however, they also lasted up to 30 or 40 minutes. But one aspect is extremely important : at the moment of the apparition it is as if time did not exist and therefore went beyond the earthly temporal dimension. “You are in a situation that cannot be explained, very different from ours”. As Vicka tells us , only after the apparition can we actually realize how much time has passed.
Dramatic Photo that is on the cover of Wayne Wieble’s famous book that many people think is an actual photo of the Virgin Mary
“According to the story behind it, a nun from the Vatican on pilgrimage to Medjugorje, had been invited to be present in the room during the time of an apparition. She had taken a picture of a crucifix on the wall, above where the young visionaries appeared to be looking during the apparition. When the photograph was developed a close-up of a beautiful young woman’s face appeared on the film. One of the visionaries later stated that it looked very much like Our Lady, “But” he had added, “she is even more beautiful!”
When I showed the picture to one of the Franciscan priests in Medjugorje, he had cautioned me not to put too much stock in such outward signs. I usually didn’t People sent me all sorts of photographs, purportedly of the Madonnna’s image, in the shadows of tree trunks, clouds and other objects. Most I dismissed as products of over-zealous imagination.
This picture was different; it had instantly touched my heart. Regardless of its authenticity, it had become my own special image of Medjugorje. Gazing at it now, I smiled as I thought of another “mystical” incident that had caused me to change the proposed direction and name of the book.
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