Our Lady of Guadalupe | Vintage Unisex Shirt
Our Lady of Guadalupe is the Catholic title of Mary, mother of Jesus associated series of five Marian apparitions in December 1531.
Each portion of the image that appeared on Juan Diego's tilma has many mysteries behind it.
EYES: Contain reflections of the scene with Juan Diego and the bishop which are only visible with modern technology.
LOOSE HAIR: An Aztec sign of virginity
HANDS: United in prayer. The left appears to be darker, native color while the right appears to be lighter, representing two races.
BELT: A symbol of the Virgin's pregnancy with Jesus
46 STARS: Form the constellations that would have appeared in Mexico at the time of the apparition
RAYS: Symbolize the sun an Aztec diety. They are brighter near her womb, where she carries the child.
FLOWERS OF NAHUI OLLIN: The greatest symbol of Nahuati: represents the presence of God
THE MOON: Symbolizes the women of Rev. 12:1 who has the "moon under her feet." The word "Metz- xic -io" means in the "center of the moon."
ANGEL: Has feathered wings and is carrying Mary to the people. The angel's red robe represents the Earth, while Mary a mantle of heaven.
• Poly/Cotton Blend
• Soft combed ring spun cotton rich blend, soft-washed
• Printed in the USA
Fit & Style
Fit & Style
• Regular Fit
• Unisex sizing
• Crew neck collar
• Machine Wash & Tumble Dry or Lay Flat to Dry