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Solved - Aliens Reveal Jesus Near The Sea Of Galilee


  • properREDeye#

    properREDeye November 3, 2013 3:04:51 PM CET

    Lol what year is it? People are still banging on about Jebus and miracles? It's as if science has not existed for the last few hundred years

  • bonnieleightyrhodes#

    bonnieleightyrhodes November 3, 2013 4:38:33 AM CET

    So, how then do you explain this very detailed analysis?


    "...In conclusion, the miraculous picture is not a photograph of the original Wehle oil work or a photograph of the image Anvil House depicted on the cover of the music CD by the Foundation Bible Institute.

    "...This is not a photograph of an oil or any type of painting; it is photography of real live human beings.

    "Perhaps Johannes Raphael Wehle saw this picture and made his painting, but this is doubtful since most of the stories state that miraculous photograph was taken in either 1950 or end of 1970.

    "Other websites claim that the miraculous picture is false , and is a photograph of this painting [by Sidis, the one in your video], but that is a reproduction of the original by the Dresden painter, Wehle ...."

    I have hired artists and critiqued art for over 30 years. First, there is a detail and depth in the photograph that can only be achieved by a savant-level artist, or a camera; a sense of "life," per se. The painting in comparison, is pretty - and flat. It does not have that same dimensionality to it.

    On details, all of the facial features of all three main elements are not the same between the photo and both paintings - Wehle's original and the forgery you displayed, particularly in the figure facing the camera in the center.

    Just focusing on them without going into background details or arms/hands, etc., which also vary, there is a clear difference in the faces. The central figure in the painting is very feminine, more bowed, and appears to be smiling; in the photograph, it appears alarmed and is more masculine in its facial bone structure. The head shape of "Jesus" is squarer in the photo and very rounded in the painting, and his head is also more bowed in the painting. The nose of the far left figure is broader in the photo and narrow and pointed in the painting, and the painting's mustache is more bowed down and thinner.

    This is not a subjective review. I have also conducted a digital comparison, using a program to compare pixels, and working in graphics programs with overlays. The painting, the forgery you show, and the photograph are very definitively three different images.

    Perhaps the mind of Wehle was imprinted by an image that entered his mind from a place beyond the usual comprehension of man, somewhat in the same way the original photograph was exposed, and the man chose to put his vision to canvas.

    Sometimes, my friend, a cake is a cake. It's not a matter of faith. It's a simple matter of fact. You have the free will to ignore facts, but that's just the way it is. The photo and the painting are not the same image, regardless of any attempt to force them to be otherwise.

  • The57ironman#

    The57ironman November 2, 2013 8:15:26 PM CET

    ah, christ....!

  • Azznerak the Black#

    Azznerak the Black November 2, 2013 8:14:21 PM CET

    I love it when dumb shit gets called out for what it is.

  • Pateriot#

    Pateriot November 2, 2013 6:07:47 PM CET

    WOW! The same aliens must have visited Johannes Raphael Wehls back in the 1800s!!

  • Rjgrant1#

    Rjgrant1 November 2, 2013 7:15:52 AM CET

    Excellent. Case solved!

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