Was Jesus Found On A Wal Mart Receipt

July 22, 2011 by staff 

Was Jesus Found On A Wal Mart ReceiptWas Jesus Found On A Wal Mart Receipt, A pair of South Carolina was surprised to find what they think is the Face of Jesus in a receipt you received from a local store Wal-Mart. Gentry Lee Simmons and Jacob Sutherland got the receipt after paying the digital photos in a Walmart in Travelers Rest, South Carolina.

“When I got home, I put the film reception at the kitchen counter and three days later we went to church, as we do on the night of Wednesday,” said Sutherland, as reported by the New York Daily News.

After returning from Mass, the couple devoted to realize that the receipt had faded and I saw an image they believe is Jesus of Nazareth.

“There are a lot of people say, ‘Oh, we’re in the Bible belt,” but here’s my question for the skeptics, who has the power to put your face on a bill out, but Jesus? “Said Sutherland, quoted in the New York Daily News.

Wal-Mart employees have told the couple that the receipt has been printed on thermal paper, which fades when exposed to heat.

Not everyone sees the face of Jesus in the reception. Some say the image is that of Osama bin Laden or Charles Manson.

The phenomenon of seeing faces in objects known as “pareidolia,” and includes things like seeing the animals and faces in clouds, or seeing a man in the face of the moon. The Rorschach test pareidolia used to better understand the psychological state of a person, to “see” the images of ink stains.

In the Middle Ages, scholars called such manifestations Lusus Naturae, or jokes of nature. They believed that nature was deliberately trying to cheat by putting the crosses and images of faces in natural objects. Many naturalists collected examples of objects that appeared to have designs on them. With the rise of the modern scientific view, these collections were relegated to circus sideshows.

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