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March 12, 2002

Jesus in strange places

by Feòrag

Forget the holy aubergines or the concrete simulacrum featured in the latest Fortean Times, here's the face of Jesus on a stretch waterproof plaster:

In his hands was a blood stained plastic bandage strip that had been covering a small scrape on the knee of his young niece. When he showed me the blood stain I could hardly believe what I was seeing! The blood stain on the bandage clearly showed the image of Jesus Christ!

They'll even sell you a postcard. Apparition of Jesus - The Vision.

Even though it's a little distorted, the image isn't too bad. These Hubble Space Telescope images offered as proof of the existence of God are much harder to make out, and it would be impolite to accuse the author of special pleading. If you can't see it, it's because you don't believe: this page and it's contents are all biased toward God the creator. Due to variations in personal beliefs, you may or may not see any value in the information.

Spritual eye sight is also required to see the images of Jesus, Mary and angels in these photographs: Christ in the clouds.

Posted in Forteana at 22:36. Last modified on September 28 2006 at 23:43.
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