sexta-feira, 30 de março de 2012
The work in the Casa de Dom Inácio de Loyola.
The attendance at the Casa de Dom Inácio de Loyola, headquarters of the medium John of God, in Abadiania (GO) starts at eight o'clock in the morning, according to the schedule previously announced site of the house.
Workers welcome site visitors who occupy seats and standing in a great hall, where you see tables arranged on the walls, images of spiritual entities who work in the house where Jesus is highlighted.
In the environment seriously, clean and well organized, the colors blue and white predominate, creating an atmosphere of peace. Visitors are asked to wear white, preferably during their stay at Casa de Dom Inácio de Loyola.
The greeting is done in English, German and Portuguese, as is the large number of citizens of countries in Eupora, North America and Oceania, alongside Brazilians.
Employees volunteer team of the medium John of God lectured the visitors about the spiritist doctrine, as they are organized queues, in the morning (from 08:00 to 12:00 hours) and afternoon (14:00 to 17 30 hours).
All are served by free medium John of God.
The entity incorporated by the medium determines the workers, the order of rows. They are usually treated those who come to the place first, "the first time a row."
Other queues are organized. They are called "waiting times for surgery," for persons to be operated spiritually by the Entity, "the review queue for surgery," for people who have been operated by the Authority; "row 2nd time," directed people who are there the second time. The second time in the queue also enter those seeking a medium for the third time and so on. It also has a "queue of eight hours" in the morning and "line for 14 hours" in the afternoon, organized from the second day of attendance by the medium. Finally, the third day is organized to "queue bye bye" to people who wish to leave the medium John of God. Altogether there are seven distinct lines within three days of attendance.
Note: translation from Portuguese into English via google translate.