“Whenever our interior life becomes caught up in its own interests and concerns, there is no longer room for others, no place for the poor..." - Evangelii Gaudium

Friday, July 03, 2009

Amazing face found on pebble...

Full frontal.
Profile detail.

As I sat in my garden praying the rosary today, I noticed this pebble (shown) amidst the gravel. I tried to ignore it, but I kept looking back at it, no matter how hard I fought against the temptation to curiosity - my eyes were drawn to it. I got up to walk about the yard, yet something pulled me back to the strange little rock which seemed to stand out from the countless other stones. Once I finished my prayers, I picked up the tiny stone and immediately noticed the face. I stared in stunned silence, tears streaming down my face. I dropped to my knees and let out a loud, extended breath.... ohhhhhhhhhhhhh! It was the face of John Paul I! I immediately decided to photograph it - as you can see, my hands were trembling. I mounted the face on a brass orb with a miniscule piece of wax - and suddenly I understood: Volto Santo Padre! Faccio d'luna!
The face on the moon - John Paul - the prophecy of Malachy - De Medietate Lunae! IT ALL MAKES SENSE NOW!
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  1. I disagree. I think that's Ray!

  2. Cath - it's real. Anyway, Ray has a stronger chin.

  3. You forgot to mention that there was a message attached to it with your name on it.

  4. From my perspective it looks less like a Pontiff and more like a French humpback.

    Is there an obscure prophecy for humpbacks?!

    A novena?!


  5. Allow me to list it on ebay for you...

  6. You're so funny!

  7. I've seen rocks like that for sale at Pier One. But those were of Pope Paul VI.

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  9. Mia - it was written in invisible ink that will only be seen after the Michael Jackson funeral.

    Adrienne - yes - but first contact Spirit Daily.

    Larry - I see those too!
    Thom - did you know I am French?

    Elena - it is much too small for that - the face is barely 3/4", and the side view less than 1/2".

    SF - oh it's real!

  10. That pebble looks like the son of one of these Cao maru. Uncanny.


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