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. Anonymous7:47 PM

    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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