32 thoughts on “Famous Apparitions”

  1. The only reason I converted to Christianity in my teens was because I saw the face of Jesus in a tortilla. Your post has exposed the lunacy of my faith.

    Thanks for being a champion of reason!

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    1. Your welcome. Was it a corn tortilla or flour? Tortilla de maíz would signify Christ as a Latin American figure, while flour has a broader range of ethnicities and we could justify a white Jesus using that logic. Was the tortilla already cooked? Post resurrection apparitions are demonstrably more prevalent in cooked tortillas, whereas uncooked could have a range of 33 years to work with and could be a juvenile apparition ranging up to the bearded version we see the most. I’m happy you had such a spiritual encounter. It is remarkably as justifiable as any other I’ve heard.

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            1. I made a quesadilla this morning and thought I saw an apparition of JB on it. Then I realized I put no bullshit in it and it couldn’t be him.

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            2. When you regain your composure, I’d be happy to post your book on my blog.
              Expose my ludicrous diatribes.
              It’s about time somebody brought me down a peg or two.

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  2. Let’s assume that these are genuine (and I do not know that for sure) and that they are a divine message. Couldn’t we all come up with better messages from God? Like a better Bible? Directions on how to end war? Wtf am I supposed to do with a dog butt?

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  3. Surely you’re not suggesting these are not TRUE representations of the Christian faith! You are an infidel!

    (Hee-hee … all in the eye of the beholder.) 😎

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  4. Pic #1 = An owl’s face-plant on a stump.

    Pic #2 = Cinnamon-Swirl Raisen Toast.

    Pic #3 = Granite kitchen counter-top.

    Pic #4 = A dog in heat! 😁

    What more proof is needed? Perhaps LSD or shrooms? 😮 😛

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