Virgin Mary spotted in suburban tree trunk





The image, which resembles the mother of Jesus in her traditional open-armed pose, has reportedly been causing local residents to shake and cry in wonder.

Christopher Moreau, who first spotted the tree’s markings in his neighbour’s garden in the Toronto suburb of Scarborough, believes that it may have helped the health of his mother-in-law, who recently recovered from cancer.

"At first I thought I was seeing things," the 47-year-old said. "Then I went and got my mother-in-law to tell her. She was overwhelmed by it. She was crying."

"I don't know why it's there, but I think it's a blessing," he told the Toronto Star newspaper, adding that he hoped it would help others looking for a miracle.



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Randll Reese Besch - 8/29/2008

Along with the ability to create semblance from otherwise random patterns. The Roshack affect you could call it. So silly but what do you expect from people who constantly need reassurance of their belief systems?

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