Behold The Mystery Of The Lotus!

Posted: August 2nd, 2012 in China, Forteana, nature, the unexplained
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When I hear the word Lotus, my mind immediately goes to thoughts of the wonderful mechanical creations of Anthony Colin Bruce Chapman, CBE, but this is a bit different and not about those clever devices at all.

Indeed, it is about a mysterious event on the Lotus River in Lotus County, China, where on two recent occasions slicks of something appeared on the river and morphed in the shape of a lotus flower. Some were more perfect than others. They’re quite pretty, really. But I do hope they’re not dangerous, as…

They look rather like some sort of pollution, a leakage or seepage of some oil-based compound from under the ground, what with the rainbow patterns and colorful disappearing central discs. Indeed, an intrigued member of the ATS forum spoke of his related experience thusly… “I remember when I was younger and was repainting a dock on the water, I would see similar patterns form when drops of the paint would drip into the water. The shapes and colors created were stunning.”

Interesting that the event happened twice and in such a localized manner. Interesting also that apparently this has occurred in the past as well.

I am not aware of any tests being done to provide us with any sort of definitive answer.

Well, there’s not much more to say at the moment, so, see what you come up with…

Published on Jul 23, 2012 by 

貢井區蓮花鎮鎮政府門前的河岸邊站滿了當地居民,路過附近的居民們也紛紛只住了腳步,居民們的雙眼死盯著腳下只有五六米寬的河面。這麼多人站在河邊看什麼呢?原來一出奇特­的景象正在居民們的腳下發生——河水中開出了「蓮花」。

流傳:因為鎮上河中會開出「蓮花」所以先輩們將鎮名取為「蓮花鎮」

「我活了這麼多年了,這還是頭一次看到這種景象。」84歲的當地居民盧楚雲感嘆道,「那麼難得遇到的景象,我居然看到了,真是有幸啊!」盧楚雲說,之前他聽自己的長輩說起­過,在很久以前,河中曾出現過開「蓮花」的景象,但他的長輩們也從來沒有親眼見到過。「由於流傳著河中開『蓮花』的傳說,所以,我們的長輩們把從鎮上流過的這條沒有名字的­河稱為:蓮花河。」

57歲的當地居民肖發君告訴記者,他也聽自己的父親說起過,河中開「蓮花」一事,「那可是一百年不遇的喲!」肖發君說,父親在十多年前已經離開了人世,「要是我父親還在世­的話,現在已經有100多歲了。」肖發君的父親曾給其講起過關於蓮花鎮的由來,「我父親告訴我,就是因為鎮上的河中會開出『蓮花』,所以先輩們才將這個地方取名叫『蓮花鎮­』。」肖發君補充道,「是不是真的,如今已經很難考證。但經過今天我親眼所見後,我相信了關於蓮花鎮的傳說。」

解密:目前還沒能得出科學解釋

對於,蓮花河中開出「蓮花」現象的科學解釋,記者諮詢了不少當地居民,但居民們都不知道具體原因。隨後,記者帶著疑問,諮詢了相關部門,在相關部門中也未能得到具體的解釋­。關於蓮花河中開出「蓮花」現象的科學解釋。
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In Sichuan province, these lotus flower patterns began appearing in a river on July 13th. They seem to grow out of nowhere, but every few minutes, they form these distinct lotus flower shapes — complete with white petals. The remarkable phenomena happened again six days later (19.07.2012).

Interestingly enough, this river is called Lotus River, and the town — you guessed it, Lotus County. Apparently the river was known for producing these lotus flowers in ancient times.

The incredible “lotus flowers” have baffled locals. Some say they’re simply oil patches in the water, others say it’s nothing short of a miracle.
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蓮花是佛的象徵。
朵朵蓮花從河底上升到河面,寓意眾佛從最髒的底層已經達到潔淨的高層。
河中的蓮花最初的形狀是圓形,象徵歸源,表示回到生命源頭的地方。
然後蓮花的形狀從圓形變成了蓮花形狀,寓意生命回到源頭時將會成佛。
眾多蓮花逐一出現,寓意有許多生命將會成佛。
蓮花鎮,蓮花河 開出「蓮花」
巧合嗎?非也。
是神的特意安排。
蓮花鎮,蓮花河 開出「蓮花」寓意三花碰頭。
碰頭也叫聚首。首為人的頭部,也即頂部。
三花聚首,即三花聚頂。
三花聚頂是世間法修煉的最後一個過程,之後就是出世間法的狀態。
此現象寓意眾佛即將出世。
蓮花顯現後,保持一段時間最後消失了。
象徵眾佛離開人間,功德圓滿,成就正果。

http://blog.boxun.com/hero/201207/morishenpan/7_1.shtml

And also watch this English language news report.

Published on Jul 26, 2012 by 

In traditional Chinese culture, lotus flowers are symbols for purity. They grow out of muddy waters yet maintain their beauty. But very rarely do we see this kind of lotus flower.

In Sichuan province, these lotus flower patterns began appearing in a river on July 13th. They seem to grow out of nowhere, but every few minutes, they form these distinct lotus flower shapes — complete with white petals. The remarkable phenomena happened again six days later.

Interestingly enough, this river is called Lotus River, and the town — you guessed it, Lotus County. Apparently the river was known for producing these lotus flowers in ancient times.

The incredible “lotus flowers” have baffled locals. Some say they’re simply oil patches in the water, others say it’s nothing short of a miracle.

Peace.

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