bilocation


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the ability (said of certain Roman Catholic saints) to exist simultaneously in two locations

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Padre Pio, in addition to his blessings of bilocation, the odour of sanctity, and the stigmata, had to deal with the devil, battles "that would leave him bruised and shaken.
She also displayed the legendary saintly gift of bilocation, the supernatural ability to be in two places at once.
Bonaventure with his gift of bilocation, could see all of the screenings, so what follows is a highly idiosyncratic account of what 1 saw and what I heard.
The former army recruit is already a sensation in his home town and claims the power of levitation, prophecy and bilocation - like Padre Pio.
We also have a mysterious chapel, psychic visions, ghostly apparitions, demonic infestation, cold spots, and in Jonathan Darrow a mystic apparently capable of bilocation and time-travel.
Along similar lines, Ma ria de Jesus de Agreda was not only educated, she was well connected -- to the point where she developed a close friendship with Felipe IV, in spite of her claims to levitation, three years of bilocation, and having been transported to New Mexico by angels.
Tim Unsworth writes from Chicago where he practices levitation and bilocation.
Likewise, on the Jagiellonian Globe, the different scales of longitude running eastward and westward result in a very obvious bilocation of America in the eastern and western hemispheres: in the western hemisphere it lies according to the Columban longitudes, on an Earth equivalent to 30,191 kilometres in circumference, to the west of Africa, where it is called MUNDUS NOVUS, TERRA SANCTAE CRUCIS and TERRA DEBRAZIL; and in the eastern hemisphere it lies according to the Ptolemy-Behaim longitudes, on an Earth of equivalent to 33,296 kilometres in circumference, to the east of Africa as AMERICA NOVITER REPERTA.
They are, in their order of presentation: levitation, stigmata, inedia, teleportation, bilocation, fire immunity (external and internal), luminosity, hemography, deliberately caused bodily damage, weather PK, physical mediumship (including the phenomena associated with seven well known physical mediums (the Fox sisters, D.
This, with other spiritual gifts such as bilocation and the "reading of souls," brought much popular attention to the humble Capuchin friar.
It is also claimed the friar had the gift of bilocation - the ability to be two places at the same time.
Victim souls have not been limited to vicarious suffering; as a branch of mysticism they are frequently associated with mystical phenomena such as bilocation, clairvoyance, visions, xenoglossy, and stigmata.
63) Likewise, on the Jagiellonian Globe, the different scales of longitude running eastward and westward results in a very obvious bilocation of America in the eastern and western hemispheres.
Two examples are the dramatic cases of bilocation of French Mother Yvonne-Aimee (Laurentin & Maheo, 1990) and the lay Italian mystic Natuzza Evolo (Marinelli, 1978), generally ignored by students of OBEs and apparitions.