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Is 'Jesus's tomb' leaking BLOOD? Frenzy as bizarre footage surfaces from Jerusalem

 

The footage shows the Stone of Anointing in Jerusalem – the site which Christians believe is where Jesus’ body was prepared for burial.

 

The shock video shows a red substance sitting on top of the object.

 

Nicola Kanaan, a resident in Galilee, Israel caught the moment and said it was blood “leaking” from the slab.

 

It happened inside Church of the Holy Sepulchre, one of the holiest sites in Christianity, which is believed to contain the site where Jesus was crucified and his tomb. [Snipped]

https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/weird-news/695687/Jesus-Christ-blood-proof-tomb-Stone-Anointing-Holy-Sepulchre-Jerusalem-video

 

 

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Sounds demonic no?

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Hmmm . . . I'm 100% positive that the tomb is not bleeding.  Ya know when David Copperfield cuts his assistant in half, he didn't really cut his assistant in half.

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Why doesn't god just show up, why are all these signs silly little things like a face in a shroud, "bleeding" from a tomb no one has any evidence was associated with Jesus, or glitter floating in the air.

 

How about we see limbs grow back completely on camera, or a voice ringing down from the sky?

 

I guess rational people are destined for hell, or more likely Yahweh is nothing more than another manmade myth.

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"Dammit Fred! Told you to not spill your extra meatball marinara sammich in here!"

"Never gonna get these stains out now."

 

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2 hours ago, TrueScotsman said:

Why doesn't god just show up, why are all these signs silly little things like a face in a shroud, "bleeding" from a tomb no one has any evidence was associated with Jesus, or glitter floating in the air.

 

How about we see limbs grow back completely on camera, or a voice ringing down from the sky?

 

I guess rational people are destined for hell, or more likely Yahweh is nothing more than another manmade myth.

 

 

God knows that if He showed up in all his power and glory then people would be so awed that they would stop putting money in the offering collection.  Because a being of infinite powerful is obviously not a charity, duh.  If people could see God with their own eyes they would all figure it out.  But these little signs and wonders are just the marketing strategy God needs to keep offering revenue on track.

 

 

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If they ran tests on that blood, wonder if it would turn out to be menstral blood?  If it was, then all the religious feministas would swear Jesus was a woman in drag. :jesus:

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Is Jesus a universal donor, or are the Calvinists right about his limited ability to save?  Test the blood!

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It's amazing how long this game of believe can continue...

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Better start checking all the statues of The Virgin too, just in case they've started lactating or at least shedding tears in sympathy.

Casey

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It appears to me that God's batteries must be running down. In Genesis, He created the entire universe in only 6 days, then had no difficulty causing a worldwide flood. But by the time of the Exodus, the best he could do was kill a bunch of Egyptian firstborns and temporarily dry up a path through a shallow, narrow inlet of the Red Sea. He recharged himself a little in the First Century, calming a thunderstorm over the Sea of Galilee, raising a few people from the dead, casting out demons, etc., then teaching his followers how to speak in tongues. 

 

But today, his batteries must be getting awfully low, if the best he can do is to put some red goo on a rock. 

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29 minutes ago, R_Collins said:

It appears to me that God's batteries must be running down. In Genesis, He created the entire universe in only 6 days, then had no difficulty causing a worldwide flood. But by the time of the Exodus, the best he could do was kill a bunch of Egyptian firstborns and temporarily dry up a path through a shallow, narrow inlet of the Red Sea. He recharged himself a little in the First Century, calming a thunderstorm over the Sea of Galilee, raising a few people from the dead, casting out demons, etc., then teaching his followers how to speak in tongues. 

 

But today, his batteries must be getting awfully low, if the best he can do is to put some red goo on a rock. 

 

 

Like the old joke.  Sightings of God suddenly declined when the camera was invented but bounced right back as soon as photo shop was invented.

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