Float Left Float Right. Cancel Insert. Go to Link Unlink Change. Cancel Create Link. Disable this feature for this session. Cause I am too tired to really debate this issue now. The Beyonder was his own God who came into being! There were no limits for pre-retcon Beyonder! Speed : Omnipresent Created God and Satan and gave them their powers of omnipresence. Durability : High Dimensional Level Could not even be injured by Spawn in the slightest when in the form of Kali the Destroyer, united with God Spawn who they are likely superior to who required a full power blast from God and Satan to be taken down.
Intelligence : Nigh-Omniscient Knows almost everything, but does not know some small things, such as Al Simmons' past. On the balcony of Circuit House I handed the container back to Baba and he straight away walked around giving some to each of the ladies who had not yet tasted the "food of the gods". I sometimes wondered afterwards what had happened to the little bowl but about a year later a Bombay.
It still held some amrita which he and his family enjoyed, and the miracle bowl now occupies a place of honour in his home. So here are the answers to the two points raised by my inner psychical researcher. First, the objects could not have been previously hidden in the sand patch ready for Baba to take out because they came from the top of a mound, made before our eyes, on the top of a foot-thick sand stage, also built while we watched.
Secondly, even if Baba could have carried the objects to the sand patch that night without my seeing them, an utter impossibility, he could not by the most expert legerdemain have slipped such articles as a glittering idol, a large photograph, a bulky jappamala and a shining bowl of nectar into the sand under our noses without our being aware of the fact.
If he could, he is superior to the most expert conjuror and should be making fame and fortune on the stage as an entertainer. Quite apart from the miraculous production of such objects there is the strange mystery of the amrita itself — its ambrosial out-of-this-world quality, its power shown on various occasions to increase in quantity to meet the needs of whatever numbers happen to be present.
What, I wondered, was its actual significance? I determined to ask Sai Baba about this at the first opportunity.
The wealth of miraculous things that my own eyes have witnessed assure my acceptance of things of similar nature about which I have heard.
This acceptance is aided by my knowledge of the integrity, intelligence and high moral character of the many witnesses. But, though to many eminent community leaders, and to thousands of ordinary folk like myself, the Sai miracles are indisputable facts, the eye witnesses represent only a small fraction of mankind. So what about the millions beyond the orbit of those who have been fortunate enough to see for themselves? What about the masses of materialists and atheists, conditioned by the superficial philosophy of modern technological progress?
Is there the slightest likelihood that they may credit the truth of the incredible events described in these pages? The human mind by its nature regards anything outside a commonly accepted framework of rationality as impossible and rejects it. A materialisation phenomenon, for example, is so foreign to everyday experience that, even after watching it happen, it is not easy for one to believe that it really took place.
One seems to have been in some odd way out of space and time. When one is back in the normal dimensions of space and time, the reality of a miracle seems to vanish. It goes as the reality of a dream goes on waking. But the glittering jewel, which came from nowhere, lies in the hand; the taste of the candy, which a moment ago was granite or paper, is undeniably on the tongue.
The effects are apparent; the comprehensible causes are missing, and they are not to be found by our rationalistic thinking. There is little doubt that all continents and all peoples will have the chance to see Sai Baba in the years ahead.
So here is something never known before in the world's history. A God-man, a living worker of miracles, will be able through the use of modern global communications to travel the world, and make his message known to all people during his lifetime. Of old, this could not happen, and tidings of such amazing events reached the mass of mankind either through verbal reports or by accounts written long after the events took place.
Since Man of Miracles is a retcon of that character it is valid information that is necessary to explain why the retcon was necessary in the first place. Having the the correct information on the page is a service, not a disservice to the wikipedia readers.
I don't think we should sacrifice accuracy. The more informative we can be the easier it will be to dispell the factual errors that have been presented here and that people reference as fact. If you disagree, please let me know why. They way I look at it, it's necessary. It's not redunancy for the sake of redundancy, it's specificly designed to address the damage that's already been caused by the errors presented. As I said before, it could even be its own article because that's how big it can get.
But when discussing whether one character is a retcon of another character I don't see the problem with including these specific issues that I've presented here here when it is direct background for how the rumor began and continues to perpetuate itself as well as a means of highlighting the correct information. JPG is being used on this article. I notice the image page specifies that the image is being used under fair use but there is no explanation or rationale as to why its use in this Wikipedia article constitutes fair use.
This character was very similar to the hero known as Miracleman also known as Marvelman , popularized in the Eclipse Comics series written by Alan Moore and Neil Gaiman. In his original appearance he is named Mike Moran, the same human identity of Miracleman, with basically the same costume. However, the rights to the character of Miracleman have been heavily contested. In court a judge determined that McFarlane did not hold the rights to Miracleman. After this the two characters of Mother of Existence and Man of Miracles were combined into one where they were supposed to always be the same being.
Due to Resurrection and the character and the arcs that feature him were retconed from the series.Nov 08, · Man of Miracles Lyrics: He was a man of miracles / Fighting the solar windstorm / A winged horse guides his way / Oracle of the ancient midnight / Calls forth everlasting pain / And I .