Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Orbs Activity Over Mecca

A while back, I did a post on the Dark Side of the Mandorla. Also known as the vesica piscis, it was a symbol used during medieval Christianity. Its meaning depicts the interactions and interdependence of opposing worlds and forces.

During medieval times, the almond, as seen in the center, was used as a symbol for the woman's vulva. In time, early Catholicism incorporated the Mandorla into many paintings and artwork of the time. Without totally repeating myself, the Mandorla is incorporated into the shrine in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. The shape is used as a public viewing hole for the Black Stone, which is an object of reverence supposedly from the time of creation.

Pilgrims circle the building where the Black Stone is kept, as part of the Tawaf ritual of the Hajj. Many of them try, if possible, to stop and kiss the stone, emulating the kiss that the stone received from the prophet Muhammad. Researchers have noted that the Kaabah, the cube-shaped building, is accurately aligned on two heavenly phenomena - the cycles of the moon and the rising of Canopus, the brightest star after Sirius.

This location in Mecca is a haven of orb activity. 

(YouTube link)

Orbs are energy emitted from spirit activity. Most are captured by digital photography, but some can be seen by the human eye. It is hard to know whether they are angelic or demonic. Paranormal investigators typically find them while investigating haunted homes. 

In the next video, the photographer captured a more visible demonic spirit.  I say its demonic, because Mecca is a place of idolatry, the center for a false religion, and it is controlled by sorcery and evil spirits.

(YouTube link) (Watch to the end of the video)