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Interesting photos

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Thought I'd post up some interesting photos for your viewing pleasure. original.gif

In 1980 Mrs Ivy Wilson photographed a rainbow at her property near Woombye, southeast Queensland, Australia. She didn’t notice anyhting unusual in the sky, but an image like the Madonna & Child was found on the print. The picture wasn’t taken through a window, so the image isn’t a reflection of a statue.

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Bleeding Rosa Mystica statue, 21 September 1982.

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Italian stigmatic and contactee Giorgio Bongiovanni in 1993, who received his stigmata during a visit to Fatima.

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Antonio Ruffini saw an apparition of the Virgin mary and received the stigmata in 1951. The wounds go through his hands and feet. He built a chapel on the site, south of Rome, Italy. Photographed 1987.

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The Turin Shroud

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I'm sorry, but I don't think that top picture can be anything BUT a reflection of a statue. It's funny how the 'vision' looks exactly like common Catholic ceramic figures.

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How about the Hindu holy statue that oozed milk (reported here last year)....All religions have "miracles", doesn't mean a thing. I am surprized you include the "Shroud of Turin" after it's exposure as a fraud. = tongue.gif

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Jenrose, you're right, you can see the reflection of a light also. Couldn't be the sun, since for a rainbow to show, it would have to be BEHIND the viewer (or camera). Nice try thogh - tongue.gif

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How about the Hindu holy statue that oozed milk (reported here last year)....All religions have "miracles", doesn't mean a thing.  I am surprized you include the "Shroud of Turin" after it's exposure as a fraud. =  tongue.gif

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i thought it supposedly sipped milk... but they found out that any statue will do that... i forgot why though... i saw a show on it a while ago.

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I'm not trying to prove anything nor do I claim these pics are authentic. All I stated was that they are interesting pics.

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The picture wasn’t taken through a window, so the image isn’t a reflection of a statue.

That is the statement I was addressing.

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The picture wasn’t taken through a window, so the image isn’t a reflection of a statue.

That is the statement I was addressing.

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My bad,that was part of the caption.

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the bleeding statue was interesting, and so were the mysterious marks on people's hands! ohmy.gif

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If the Turin Shroud is a fake, then how you can explain the fact that it is a natural "negative" (I'm speaking in photography terms, I just don't know how to say it tongue.gif)

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