Jesus’ mom puts in an appearance on a garage door.

Virgin Mary Draws Crowds – DothanFirst.com

Believers say they can see the image of the Virgin Mary on a garage door in Pennsylvania. Word of the Holy Mother’s unexplainable appearance has brought crowds to the city of Minersville to see it. “It’s amazing. It’s really amazing,” said Cecelia Sell who traveled from another county to see the image.

She and her family came to see an image of what they believe is the Blessed Mary, the Mother of God. “I don’t know how to explain it because it just appears before you,” Sell said.

The image appears on a garage door. The image shows up every night around 6:00 and has done so since August 15, the feast of the assumption of mary for Catholics. The reason why is a complete mystery.

Is it just me or are these people way too easily impressed? First we have a Jesus this week that looks like a reject from an old Atari 2600 game on a fence and now we have a Virgin Mary blob on a garage door. What’s even more amazing to me than the credulity of the people gushing over this nonsense is the fact that news crews just lap it up like it’s not just a bunch of delusional people who forgot to take their medication.

If these are the best “miracles” god can come up with, well, let’s just say I’m not all that impressed. You’d think for someone so all-powerful there’d be little need to rely on such vague and amorphous images.

21 thoughts on “Jesus’ mom puts in an appearance on a garage door.

  1. Come on give the old girl a break- she wasn’t actually born divine- its just Gabriel hed his wicked way with her.  For someone whos been deat over 1900 years a blob isn’t bad going- bet you won be able to do than even when 19 years gone.

    Out of interest does the neighbour get home at about 6pm and park his shiny car in the setting sun?

  2. It makes you wonder why no one, not even the media who you think would investigate a bit as this is part of their job, bothered to simply track the light causing the image back to it’s source.  Who hasn’t seen a random light spot in a room, put you hand under it and move towards the source only to find it coming through a small hole in your blinds.  My guess would be an automatic flood light set to come on at 6 PM.

  3. About the best I can do, if I’m really open minded, is see a dead-ringer for that Star-Trek haemoglobin-eating gas-cloud.

    (Here’s a few extra hyphens in case I missed some: -, -, -)

  4. These things happen so regularly that I’ve been tempted to phone a local television station just to report that I HAVEN’T seen the image of Jesus, Mary, etc. on anything around the house!

  5. Canis, for sake of you not being sued for defamation, I would like to point out that is
    [shout]CILLIT BANG[/shout]

    yours as ever

    brother stain of the random apperance unless viewed through the eyes of an idiot

  6. no way i could see anything holy or even remotely divine in that.

    it’s not probably just me, many others would see it if they wanted to.. with some dirty sense of humor, it’s easy to find a deranged anatomical illustration of a female’s worshipped part in there.

  7. I’ve hast asked my kids, with no hint at what it’s supposed to be.

    11 year old- Jesus, with a sash thingy

    9year old- Sith Lord.

    Both agree its a full length of someone in a robe type thing.

  8. chief: It makes you wonder why no one, not even the media who you think would investigate a bit as this is part of their job, bothered to simply track the light causing the image back to it’s source.


    I would bet someone did bother. You would bother, I would bother, but we’d have to wait for National Geographic: Is It Real? to get our camera time. News is big business, after all.

  9. “It’s amazing. It’s really amazing,” said Cecelia Sell who traveled from another county to see the image.

    Another county? Another bloody planet, if you ask me.

  10. This is a new low for pareidolia.  If that blob resembles the Virgin Mary more than it does a planarium, or an old 6V6 vacuum tube, I’m Flipper.  Next thing you know, there will be people claiming that Jesus wants you to send them money.

  11. Mmmmm, this must be very interesting people posting this pictures.  They must all be at least nearly 2000 years old, judging by them implying it is Jesus or Mary. It could be Elvis for all we know, hehehehe (I think I will get some nasty mails from some outraged “Elvis is alive” fans soon)

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