'Miracle' as communion wafer becomes heart tissue?

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Re: 'Miracle' as communion wafer becomes heart tissue?

Post by jetxvii » Sat Oct 31, 2009 9:40 pm

no photo or video evidence to back the claims up unfortunately :nope:


yeah that's what I thought. another false claim by the Industry.

'Miracle' as communion wafer becomes heart tissue?

Post by bugmenot » Sat Oct 31, 2009 9:00 pm

'Miracle' as communion wafer becomes heart tissue Image http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstop ... issue.html

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The Catholic Church in Poland is investigating claims of a miracle after a piece of communion wafer was reported to have been transformed into human heart tissue after falling into water during a mass.

In an incident that has generated a storm of publicity in devout Poland, Professor Maria Sobaniec-Lotowaska, of the medical university in Bialystok, has dumbfounded sceptics by saying she considered the material found in the container as heart tissue.

But her findings have already been dismissed by other scientists. "The professor saw what she wanted to see.

She is very religious," said Prof Lech Chyczewski, a blood specialist. "In order to rule out any doubts, it would have been necessary to carry out molecular and genetic testing."

Pawel Grzesiowskia, a leading biologist from the National Medical Institute, has attributed the miracle to nothing more than bacteria growing on the small piece of wafer, which fell into a water container during a mass in the eastern village of Sokolka.

But this has failed to quell many believing that something miraculous took place. The Catholic Church said already ruled out the possibility of a hoax, and local police have said that there is no evidence of fraud.

Image http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstop ... issue.html


no photo or video evidence to back the claims up unfortunately :nope:

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