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Winged Messiah: woman saw Jesus on a saturniid moth's back

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Lev Bely, 23.09.2014 17:48

Yvonne Esquilin saw Jesus image on Eacles imperialis's back.

The moth was resting on Yvonne's home in Georgetown, Texas, where she found it last week.

“At first it looked like Jesus,” said Esquilin. “And I still think it looks like Jesus.”

E. imperialis is a quite huge saturniid moth size about of a human hand. Yvonne says the moth's colors indicate she's in for some good fortune. Esquilin family believes the brown colour means big news whilst yellow splashes stand for home.

“I believe this was a sign. God is letting me know good news is coming and to keep the hope.”

Esquilin hopes that means she could pay for her daughter's education. Yvonne makes little of sceptic people which see nothing special in the moth's coloration.

“People also saw an image of the Devil which is kind of creepy but after staring at it for so long it almost looks like it,” she admitted.

Meanwhile the moth spent one day at Esquilin's home and got off for another home waiting for luck.

MailOnline, http://www.dailymail.co.uk

Photo: saturniid moth E. imperialis, Yvonne Esquilin, http://www.dailymail.co.uk

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23.09.2014 17:52, Peter Khramov

Hard stuff. This source is well-known though for its regular yellowness.

23.09.2014 17:56, Lev Bely


23.09.2014 19:12, Vasiliy Feoktistov

People see many things in moths :)
Can't help but share this cool pic:

From there : https://www.flickr.com/photos/indianacristo/6852044427/sizes/o/in/photostream/

23.09.2014 20:13, Peter Khramov

Generally here are two images of a donkey and a rabbit, one in one.

09.11.2014 14:45, Pavel Ivanov

Nadozhe how amazing! Yes, even a three-dimensional image of a butterfly on it! :) (About the first photo)

26.03.2017 10:50, Ryan Brookes

Holy crap!
Diagnosis: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apophenia

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