Monday, May 16, 2011

COSMIC HUMMINGBIRD

Cosmic Hummingbird
image source: inovacaotecnologica.com.br

The Cosmic Humming-bird born of the collision of three galaxies may be the source Padrinho Sebastiao Mota de Melo referenced as the origin the sacred Santo Daime hymns he received and spread to the world.


The collision of three galaxies is producing a rare spectacle 650 million light-years from Earth. The event, of superhuman proportions, generated the image of a cosmic humming-bird, floating serenely against the dark sky.

The galaxy ESO 593-IG 008 was photographed by the instruments of the telescope VLT (Very Large Telescope). The "tail" alone of cosmic bird measures more than 100,000 light years in length, the size of our entire Milky Way.

Here is Padrinho Senastiao's most famous humming-bird hymn:



Oh my God, Oh my God
My God where am I?
Oh my God, Oh my God
I am a humming-bird

Oh my God, Oh my God
My God where are You?
Oh my God, Oh my God
On earth and the seaside

Oh my God, Oh my God
My God of Charity
Oh my God, Oh my God
Give my clarity

Oh my God, Oh my God
My God of the forest
Oh my God, Oh my God
Here nobody talks

Oh my God, Oh my God
My God of love
Oh my God, Oh my God
I finish as a humming-bird



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