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Father De Marchi described her features in the following manner: "She was not a pretty child. The only attractions of her face — which was not on the whole repellent — were her two great black eyes which gazed out from under thick eyebrows. Her hair, thick and dark, was parted in the center over her shoulders. Her nose was rather flat, her lips thick and her mouth large
"She wasn't as plump as Francisco," her mother reports. "Her eyes were light in colour and brighter than my own when I was young. She liked to have her hair tidy and I used to do it for her every day. A little jacket and a cotton skirt and shoes were what she wore each day, for I was always able to keep my children shod."
Originally posted by InTrueFiction
The one thing that keeps me on my toes still is the chin. Old age can do a lot to a person's features but the young Sister Lucia's chin was extremely inwards - a trait that I (in my ignorance) would expect to stay with her for the rest of her life. On the other hand The older Sister Lucia has an extremely outwards chin... a trait I would expect would have been hers for her entire life. I will investigate this further and try to study a more accurate conclusion. For now I leave a question - regarding the profile pictures is this type of change in chin phisiology normal with age?
[edit on 22-9-2007 by InTrueFiction]
Originally posted by seentoomuch
young Lucy was dark olive skinned and in later photos she looks fair. Is that normal for a Portuguese person?
Originally posted by seentoomuch
We would not even be discussing this topic if it wasn’t so obvious that there had been a replacement of the true Lucy;
I stand by the total change of her demeanor, her looks, and her specifics on the messages from Mary.
Originally posted by Palasheea
I quoted from a book written about Fatima by a priest who met the children and said that Lucia had "great black eyes".
Originally posted by duster
reply to post by cw034
Thanks for the source. Some really good info in there. I am a practicing Catholic and it really gives me pause to think. I am really concerned about the current condition and direction of the Church.
Again, great source ....I left you a star.
Originally posted by BO XIAN
Much appreciate the links.
Have the books arrived yet? What have you learned so far, in summary?
The more one reads, the more it seems . . . AT BEST quite problematic . . . I think all organized even Christian groups--and all the worse old such edifices . . .
end up with horrific hypocrisies; heresies; corruptions; distortions; etc.
Short of some serious ONGOING close monitoring and constant returning to the foundational truths and principles . . . I think any such organization older than about a year and a half is likely already going down some sort of slippery slope in terms of truth and practice.
But these revelations and allegations are plenty sobering. I'd love for you to summarize the sequences and mile posts of your transitions in studying such revelations.
Blessings and God's best to you and yours. If you want a faster response, you might U2U me. I don't always check my subscribed threads daily, by any means.