Recently, in a church on long island, many people claim a miracle has occured. Behind a statue of Jesus there apears to be the shadow of an angel.
The couple, like hundreds of others from across Long Island, flocked to the church this week to see a shadow behind the huge crucifix cast in the
likeness of an angel above the pulpit. A wing appears to extend under Jesus' right arm, and below his crossed feet are two shadows stretched outward
in different directions.
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I was dissapointed that the link didn't have a picture, the actual article in the paper had a one. Until I can see it in person I wouldn't speculate
as to what the shadow is. One major thing the article states is that the lights had been changed and that could have easily caused the odd shadow.
Veerily, I speak the truth, you can photograph shadows indoors. You don't need to use a flash indoors. You can even have great control over how
much detail in the shadows you get, from very little detail (all shadow) to lots of detail (but still with some shadow).
Yes, this thing is quite reminiscent of the 'mary in a cheese sandwich' thing!
I don't get this. WHY would there be a divine miracle of a statue casting the shadow of an angel? It is ridiculous! The statue is made of stone. It
is VERY unlikely that it has any direct connection with Jesus. It is VERY unlikely that the statue even LOOKS like what Jesus looked like.
What happened to the miracles of old time? People rising from the dead, people eating tonnes of food from one small container, people walking on
water.....now all we get are angellic shadows and Mary in a cheese sandwich? Unlikely.
Thats right man, where are the giant angel armies storming out of the sky and slaughtering the enemy on the field? Where are the spontaneously
arising moutains poking up into the sky, heck when was the last time yer granddad dropped his cane and it turned into a snake even?
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