Personally, I think it looks more like an alien coming out of somebody's stomach.
EDIT: Upon reflection, I am really thinking it looks like those things from Harry Potter, what the hell were they called? The soul eater things that guarded the prison? It totally looks like one of them.
Here's the whole writeup from the above link:
Valley resident finds what she believes is an image of the Virgin Mary on her air conditioning unit.
Antonia Ruiz Hernandez says the image has actually been on the unit for a couple of years.
Why the image appeared, Hernandez says, "I don't know probably a miracle in there. God can do everything if you pray a lot.”
Hernandez has built a makeshift shrine around the air conditioning unit.
She lives along Mile 10 in Mercedes and says people are welcomed to stop by her house and take a look for themselves.
So, god can do everything if you pray a lot. Is that so? I just had the weirdest idea. I'm sure it's not something I can do. Maybe I can enlist the help of a devout christian? Ash, maybe you can do it! :D What I am wondering is, if you prayed for one simple thing every day, how long would it take for that thing to come true, for god to make it happen?
If I prayed to god earnestly, as a test, I have a feeling he wouldn't listen to me, since I'm a rather vocal atheist (and god doesn't exist). But if someone really believed, and really prayed every day, are there rules that say that god would answer? Or are there so many excuses and loopholes that no matter how many years passed, no one would ever hold god to one simple prayer?
Are there any devout christians willing to pray for a miracle as an experiment? Let me know! Of course, there will be controls and such, and we can't just take your word for it. This would be a real, albeit unofficial, experiment.