Did you know you can find music in Our Lady of Guadalupe’s mantle? 

How is that?

Mathematical accountant Fernando Ojeda made the incredible discovery.

“The Instituto Superior de Estudios Guadalupanos gives me the mission of studying the image by applying the only science that had not been done before in image studies, Mathematics,” Mexico resident and mathematical accountant Fernando Ojeda said.

Previous studies, already astonishing

“Previous studies made to the image of the Virgin of Guadalupe, I reasoned the following: if the stars of the mantle are the constellations of the sky at the time of its impregnation, the dress represents proportionally the main hills and volcanoes of the orography of Mexico, if the whole image keeps the golden ratio, then it has perfect symmetry, therefore it has music,” Fernando Ojeda said

“[The mathematician] Pythagoras pointed out that where there is perfect symmetry there is music.”

“As their positions were different, I considered that each star, according to its position, and each flower center, according to its position, was a certain musical note," Ojeda continued.

He placed the image inside the drawing of a golden rectangle. A music expert then superimposed the drawing of a piano and documented the notes expressed by each point of the flowers and stars.

Here’s the model used to discover the music in the mantle of the Virgin of Guadalupe:

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Finally, Fernando Ojeda loaded the notes into a music computer program. It was an incredible discovery: he obtained a melody of perfect harmony!

Here’s the music from Our Lady of Guadalupe’s mantle:

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After this discovery, musician Jorge Carlos Milan Magaña took these notes and made symphonic arrangements. The adaptation was inspired by Mozart and Bach.

Here’s a symphonic piece inspired by Our Lady of Guadalupe’s mantle:

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Our Lady of Guadalupe, pray for us!

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