The Power Of Padre Pio

Padre Pio is a catholic saint who is said to have engaged in bilocation a couple of times. Bilocation means being in two places at once. The following explains bilocation.

…St. Alphonsus Liguori is said to have gone into a trance while preparing for Mass. When he came out of the trance he reported that he had visited the bedside of the dying Pope Clement XIV.

The following describes an instance of Padre Pio bilocation.

Father Alberto, who met Padre Pio in 1917, stated “I saw Padre Pio standing in front of the window, looking at the mountain. He was speaking to himself. I approached him in order to kiss his hand, but he did not notice my presence and I noticed that his hand was rigid. At that time, I heard that he was clearly giving absolution and pardon to someone. After a while, Padre Pio shook like awakening from a nap. He looked at me and said; ‘you are here. I did not realize it!’ After some days, a telegram from Turin was delivered. Someone was thanking the superior of the convent for having sent Padre Pio to Turin to assist a dying person. I realized that the man was dying in the same moment Padre Pio was blessing him in San Giovanni Rotondo. Obviously, the superior of the convent had not sent Padre Pio to Turin, but he had bilocated there.”

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3 Responses to The Power Of Padre Pio

  1. The ability to de-materialize and re-materialize in another location is called teleportation; the ability to be in two places at once is known as bilocation. Both defy physical laws; however, science has begun to demonstrate that an explanation for both can be found in the quantum wave’s function as synchronized fields of consciousness.

    Read more at Suite101: The Art of Teleportation and Bilocation: Uri Geller, Yogananda and Synchronized Wave Function

  2. janoklark says:

    Fascinating. “Trance” also means samadhi.

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