Holy Shit! A "Miracle" From The Heavens!

So, I'm far from original, but the title of this article is so appropriate. The blessed virgin mary of guadalupe has appeared! All hail mother mary! Of course, she's here to share a miracle (miracle yet to be noticed) and she wants us to pay attention... to the bird shit on this truck.

"As soon as I looked at it, it just gave me chills all over my body!"

18 comments:

  1. That's beautiful.

    You know you're screwed up, when you believe poo is a symbol from god.

    Or I guess, everybody else knows.

    This is similar to this guy on facebook who messaged me, because he made sentences about the apocalypse from Christian music titles and thought it was some divine message or some nonsense like that. He MADE them. He got that idea because three songs played in a row that could resemble a sentence... And he doesn't think it's a coincidence at all.

    Okay, I can see why somebody would believe in a god. But stupidity levels sometimes reach so high they are just completely unbelievable. I cannot comprehend their logic, it is practically beyond my reach to even imagine.

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  2. Believers can be pretty warped.

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  3. How boring must their lives be, how desperate must they be for meaning, if things this pathetic move and excite them...

    I'd pity them if I could be bothered!

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  4. They're just seeing what they want to see. You can claim anything when looking at something that happens to have a random pattern.

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  5. Not uncommon at all. Think of it as people worshiping shit, you'll see that's been around for centuries.

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  6. i let my mom see this (she's a very devout roman catholic from nuevo laredo, mexico) and she said "ay si. what the hell is wrong with those people? que stupidos...the blessed virgin in a birdshit! mendigos stupidos pendejos..." and waved her arms around.

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  7. What a bunch of religious crap!

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  8. Right on, brother! Testify! Seriously, this is the most pathetic case of pareidolia I've ever seen.

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  9. Yes, desperate for meaning, miracles and the loving embrace of their invisible, magical sky daddy.

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  10. That's some serious believin'. I mean, how committed do you have to be to get chills from seeing bird poop?

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  11. Yes. And maybe they even do see something, which shows how out of control they feel in their lives. I wrote about that awhile ago:

    http://www.heavingdeadcats.com/2008/11/04/superstitious-it-could-be-your-lack-of-control/

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  12. It sure is a bunch of shit. :P

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  13. Huh, so she didn't see the virgin of Guadalupe? Not all religious people are crazy? What are you saying, Groovecat?

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  14. i guess i thought her reaction was funny, at least to me. and i also wanted to swear in spanish.

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  15. i saw the aztec snake-god quetzalcoatl in the men's room toilet-bowl at the bar last night. at least i think i did. he didn't really do or say anything, and didn't put up much of a fight when i flushed him away. but somehow i feel, i dunno, touched that he revealed himself to me, and somehow closer to my mexican heritage.

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  16. Yes. I used to see faces in linoleum tiles and ceiling spackle, and they would talk to me. I know now that I was having psychotic episodes. Never want to go "there" again!

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  17. Exactly, Angie! It's a sign of psychosis, not divine intervention! I hope you're not having psychotic episodes anymore. That's never any fun.

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