New Book by Dame De Saint-Simone

imageHat tip to Joe Marino for a new book lead:  A Historic Search for The Face of Jesus: The True Likeness of God by Ysatis De Saint-Simone

  • Paperback: 104 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (October 21, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.2 inches
    Publisher’s Description at Amazon

Never before in Myth, History or Legend has there been, or will be a Being like Jesus the Christ. ‘A Historic Search for the Face of Jesus’ presents the powerful physical presence of Jesus – as it was and is- in all its magnificence, for Beauty and Love are two of the attributes of God and He exudes them both. The book is based on a thorough research on His true likeness, which Dame De Saint-Simone compiled into a book to show to the general public a historic proof of the majestic beauty and the powerful physical presence of the Son of God. ‘A Historic Search for the Face of Jesus’ compares the true historic evidence of His likeness to the unfortunately inaccurate images that one sees in all media outlets, that more often than not, downgrade His physical appearance – to the point of being quasi malicious. This book contradicts with true evidence all of these by using the real images of Jesus found in different sources: i.e. a Mural of early Christendom (3rd Century A.D.), of His true image, the imprints of His image on the Vero-Ikon and on the Holy Shroud of Turin, the painting of the Sacred Heart that Sor Faustina, to whom He appeared, directed a painter to do, and of a real photo of Jesus taken by Sor Anna Ali in one of His apparitions to her – all of them resembling each other. A true historical evidence of how Jesus truly looked and still looks. If you really want know what Jesus looked like, you have in this book true evidence of the Beauty of God made Man.

13 thoughts on “New Book by Dame De Saint-Simone”

  1. Ummmm….Edmund Burke, a famous English jurist, said something I must write in paraphrase because I do not remember exactly his great saying. “There is nothing so inimical to the truth as the refusal to examine evidence.” So I will download Mdme. de Sainte Simons’ book on Kindle, if such is available. It’s a cinch it’s not at the local library. The library system in North America is undergoing a “sanitizing” that includes the removal of great Christian works. Oh, you can find anything you want on Islam or Hinduism or Wicca, just don’t ask for a copy of Foxes Booke of Martyrs. EVER.
    Having said that, you are going to have a hard time selling the idea that Jesus appeared to anyone after His Ascension to a Protestant. Paul heard a voice and was struck blind, and that was it. St. John the Divine saw a vision, but whether he saw in the flesh or otherwise he wisely writes, he was in the Spirit on Lord’s Day, meaning, perhaps, he saw a vision.
    The RCC has claimed a lot of things, actually. Without going from Wycliffe to Luther and beyond on what I don’t believe in, let me be a little more circumscribed: 1) How could Jesus pose for a picture 300 years after he died? 2) By the Vero-Icon, I assume she means the Veil of Veronica. Where is this veil, and is science allowed to examine it with the same rigorous attention given to the SOT? I do not mean the Cloth of Oviedo. There is some evidence it was found with the SOT. 3) You know what? An alien appeared to me and directed me to make a painting of him in his space ship. Not really, but you see my point. 4) Man, I would LOVE to see this photo of Jesus. Really. I mean, if there is a photo, maybe He will let us take another one, right?! Paul Vignon explained how the images of Christ tend to look like one another, and there is tangible, REAL evidence going back to the sixth century, a Byzantine coin reading “Iesu Christus Rex Reginarium ,” exhibiting almost every characteristic found on the Man’s face. There are many others. Tangible evidence, from history and archeology. Well researched in the context of world history, examined by historians and scientists who have achieved pre-eminence in their fields of study. Stories about flaming hearts and Jeez -a-razzi,? Isn’t this why people think we should be wearing tinfoil hats? This is in league with those sad, awful, blackened people-jerky covered in pretty wax and paint and displayed in Lourdes and other places. ” A true, historical evidence??” History is not what someone claims to have happened, independently of any corroboration!! Or doesn’t Her Ladyship get that? Let me tell you how I think he looked. In the Gospel, Judas identified Jesus with a kiss on the cheek. Why? Because He looked like everybody else. Not taller, not more handsome, he was so non-descript in His earthly walk, somebody needed to point Him out.
    “A true historical evidence?” Meh. We’ll see.

    1. “Having said that, you are going to have a hard time selling the idea that Jesus appeared to anyone after His Ascension to a Protestant…. How could Jesus pose for a picture 300 years after he died?” Both people mentioning this – Sor Faustina and Sor Anna Ali, to whom Jesus appeared, are Catholic nuns.

      “Let me tell you how I think he looked. In the Gospel, Judas identified Jesus with a kiss on the cheek. Why?”
      There is historical evidence of a letter from Pontius Pilate to Tiberius Cesar which totally contradicts what you are saying. In the letter Pontius Pilate says that he would have known who Jesus was from the distance because he was taller and lighter than the people who surrounded him with their tawny complexions. And he mentioned that He had honey colored hair and that he would have known who He was even if nobody had told him.
      The referred to letter is authenticated by Tischendorf, the great German historian.

      The Historic Search for the Face of Jesus is available on Amazon and Createspace, as well as many other books of hers. The Passion and The Glory you may find particularly interesting.

    2. “Let me tell you how I think he looked. In the Gospel, Judas identified Jesus with a kiss on the cheek. Why?”
      There is historical evidence of a letter from Pontius Pilate to Tiberius Cesar which totally contradicts what you are saying. In the letter Pontius Pilate says that he would have known who Jesus was from the distance because he was taller and lighter than the people who surrounded him with their tawny complexions. And he mentioned that He had honey colored hair and that he would have known who He was even if nobody had told him.
      The referred to letter is authenticated by Tischendorf, the great German historian.
      The Historic Search for the Face of Jesus is available on Amazon and Createspace, as well as many other books of hers. The Passion and The Glory you may find particularly interesting.

      “Having said that, you are going to have a hard time selling the idea that Jesus appeared to anyone after His Ascension to a Protestant.”
      Both people mentioning this book – Sor Faustina and Sor Anna Ali, to which Jesus appeared, are Catholic nuns.

  2. * Got a look at Wikipedia at all three together. I’ll go with the Vera-Icon looks a lot like the SOT. * so can scientists examine it, or what?) But I want to get a look at the stills from the silent movie, “King of Kings: (1923?) because that face looks awfully familiar…

  3. Well, good for you, Josie, again. Ysatis de Saint Simone has an interesting mystical website bringing in all the usual mumbo-jumbo about quantum hypnosis and what have you. Her damehood is from an Order of Knighthood unrelated to the Knights of Malta.
    Incidentally Fox’s Book of Martyrs can be found on archive.org.

    1. Hugh, repeated the experiment with a plaster statue. Baked at 500 F. Got a good deal of smoke and scorching of the linen cloth, but no imprint. If Colin’s theory is anywhere near viable then it would HAVE to be, in my opinion, with a metallic statute made red hot. I used two statues, a souvenir statue of a Mexican guy in a sombrero, and a plaster statue of Venus I found in a thrift (second hand) store. I also bought a statue of Mary but could not get the paint off. For experiment #1 I cooked the Mexican guy with the cloth. Set off every smoke alarm in my house. For #2 I heated the Venus only, then wrapped the cloth around it. In BOTH cases, the plaster CRACKED under intense heat so it would not be plaster, in the case of CB’s theory is right. I have to go out into the country-side next month to bust up a small goat shed. My son is coming with me and is going to help me get a major bonfire going. We are going to heat up an elaborately engraved iron trivet (don’t worry we never did like it much) and attempt to scorch more undyed linen. I don’t think CB is right, but until all possibilities of this theory are experimented, I cannot rationally discard it. I know it will scorch, but will it retain the amazing details in the photo negative? A number of films will also be taken. THIS ONE I will post the pictures. The others showed nothing one would not expect; just some non-descript blurs and smoky marks, on the linen used with the the statues, neither of which produced evidence even remotely validating CB’s theory of the heated statues. Again, if CB is right, then the SOT characteristics should be inherent in the appearance of the positive and negative views of the pictures taken. I will keep the blog posted. best, JT

      1. Brilliant, Josie. I had a little metal horse, which I held in tongs over a Bunsen burner. To my horror it just melted! I wish you much joy of your experiments. Most of mine are on Colin’s “shroudofturinwithoutallthehype” site. Try typing that and “hughfarey” into Google images if you want a look.

    2. “Her damehood is from an Order of Knighthood unrelated to the Knights of Malta.”
      The Society of St. John of Jerusalem is the oldest Order of Knighthood and Knights of Malta is a branch of the Order.

      1. Quite correct. Unfortunately the Sovereign Order of St John of Jerusalem, of which De Simone is a Dame, is not part of, or affiliated to, the Alliance of the Orders of St John of Jerusalem, but was founded wholly independently by Charles Pichel in 1956. It has no relation whatever to the Knights of Malta past or present.

  4. The true “face” of Jesus, as a manifestation of God, was revealed by the great Protestant scholar Ernst Käsemann, who succeeded Bultmann.

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