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St. Bernadette

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posted on Nov, 17 2004 @ 06:58 PM
I am not for sure if this would be considered a conspiracy, but it is certainly interesting.

I heard about St. Bernadette on Jeopardy so I looked her up.

Here is a picture of her when she died in 1879.

Here is a picture of her in 1997.

Now I will admit that I am not up to par on the way that bodies decompose but given her shape after being dead for 118 years I thought this is amazing.

I know the way that the body is sealed is important to its condition but

the habit was damp, the rosary rusty and the crucifix had turned green

This wasn't exactly prime conditions to maintian a body. The humidity usually adds to the decomposition process, if I am not mistaken.

If anyone wants to check out more about St. Bernadette, you can check here.

Be Cool

posted on Nov, 18 2004 @ 04:10 PM
The "picture" of what is allegedly the "remains of Bernadette Soubiroux" in 1997 shows a different face altogether from tje 1879 photo(check out the size and shape of the nose) and it looks decidedly like....well....wax actually.

I hate to have to scream FAKE! FAKE ! FAKE ! but that's what it looks like to me, especially when you compare the picture taken a few days after her death in 1879.

Just an impression is all....

posted on Nov, 18 2004 @ 04:13 PM
Dude! How do dead people tweeze their eyebrows?

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