Bernard of Clairvaux got milk in his eye when the “Catholic Virgin” appeared. His rib bone is adored in Champagne.
The Roman Catholic “saint” Bernard of Clairvaux lived from 1090 to 1153. He was a French abbot known for getting milk in his eye when the “Catholic virgin” appeared.
His eye is supposed to have been cured.
Bernard of Clairvaux is also know for his promotion of a second crusade to Jerusalem, to regain the city for the Papacy.
He was the first Cistercian monk placed on the calendar of saints, and was canonized by Pope Alexander III on 18 January 1174. In 1830, Pope Pius VIII bestowed upon Bernard the title “Doctor of the Church”.
He was buried at the Clairvaux Abbey, but after its dissolution in 1792 by the French revolutionary government, his remains were transferred to the Troyes Cathedral.
The fragment of his skull and bones are probably located in various Churches. But in Troyes in Champagne in France, there is a relic box with his remains.
In France, you will find not only the bones of St. Bernard. But also the very cut off skull cap of St. Bartholomew, the disciple of Jesus.
Lets take a look at some few more pictures:
It is rather amazing. The Catholics must have been experts in decapitation of corpses and cutting of skulls.
Only God knows what techniques were used, when Catholic priests cut the top of a skull.
The above picture is of the claimed skullcaps of St. Bartholomew, St. Lucy, St. Victor, and two of the 11,000 virgins killed by the Huns.
The skull of Bartholomew must have been cut into several pieces. Since some of them is claimed to be adored inside the Frankfurt Cathedral in Germany. His full skull is also claimed to be located in the Chapel of the Holy Relics in Pisa in Italy.
The problem with the Italian claim, or the claim of Champagne in France, or the claim from Frankfurt, is that the skull in Pisa has its skullcap on. So something is obviously more than fishy her.
Source: Camposanto, reliquary with the skull of the Apostle Bartholomew, Chapel of the Holy Relics (dal Pozzo), Pisa 2010
You can view the bones located in France on this blog site.
Source: Laudemgloriae. blogspot.no
The picture of the skull caps, reminds me about the pagan “god” of Dagon. There was a dragon temple in Gaza, and the wicked Philistines cut the skull of King Saul, and hanged his head up in their temple to be adored and venerated.
1 Chronicles 10:10
They put his armor in the temple of their gods and hung up his head in the temple of Dagon.
It looks like the believers of “Dagon” is still to be found, and that they all hail the Pope as their “holy father”.
St. Bernard were involved in the crusades. The fist crusade to Jerusalem became a massive massacre where the Jewish people were targeted by the Papal butchers:
As in the First Crusade, the preaching inadvertently led to attacks on Jews; a fanatical French monk named Radulphe was apparently inspiring massacres of Jews in the Rhineland, Cologne, Mainz, Worms, and Speyer, with Radulphe claiming Jews were not contributing financially to the rescue of the Holy Land.
Now comes a pretty crazy side of this canonized “saint”:
It might not be fully justified to write about “Catholic miracles”. But since the Vatican is silent, not denying this one, I feel its correct to share this with my readers.
The most interesting part of the legacy of St. Bernard might not be his claimed rib bone, nor fragments of his skull. Neither the Catholic slaughter of Jews, which were quit common in the middle ages.
But rather that the “Queen of Heaven” appeared to him. Not only appeared. She exposed her breast, and pressed milk with such a force, that the milk flied through the air and into his eye.
A better example of “Catholic Mary” being a copy of the Mother of Jesus, might not be found in the Vatican religious movement. But the exposure of her breast might convince some Catholics, that they are honoring a copy-cat Babylonian prostitute.
The legend allegedly took place at Speyer Cathedral in 1146.
Here are some paintings of the milky event:
Under any circumstance: The story about the flying milk is almost to baloney to even be uttered. Still the Pope has canonized this “saint”, and claim that we all have to believe in all this religious fraud presented as truth and holiness.
Written by Ivar