Posted on February 27th, 2007 by Ungodly.
Categories: New Sightings.
Water flowing down through cracks in the vertical surface of some large rocks has left calcium deposits on the surface, forming the telltale vaginal shape of a miraculous fictional virgin mother, or so says a caller to a Twin Falls Idaho newspaper.
Visitors to the site disagree about this instance of mineral deposits on a rock face, thinking it does not look at all liking any Imaginary Virginal God Mother, but a local priest intent on maximizing revenue for the Holy Roman Catholic Tax Free Empire is happy to promote this shared hysteria. But let not naysayers discourage the faithful, said the Rev. Deacon John Hurley, a Roman Catholic clergyman at the Immaculate Conception Church in Buhl Idaho.
“Sightings or sometimes images in sacramentaries are personal in nature,” he said. “It isn’t a matter of the church saying we believe it or don’t believe it. We simply respect the opinion of the individual and certainly don’t discourage it. We believe these things can happen.” says Father Hurley. If we remove the farcical disclaimers it might read like “There is no way the Church is going to acknowledge this hysteria as hysteria, because, after all, it’s pretty darn good for the revenue stream.”
We wonder, if someone impregnated this miraculous apparition of salts would the stones then give birth to Jesus’ half-brother?
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Comment on May 2nd, 2009.
I really liked it
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