Pareidolia Roundup

This is the first in what will be a regular series of posts with links and commentary on pareidolia-related stuff. Whenever I get enough new links or things to talk about, I’ll make another one. Feel free to email me suggestions or links by clicking the “Share Your Jesus” link on the right side of the page. You will be able to see all past Roundups and any other non-STLL posts by clicking the “Blog” link.

I have had several people send me this link or the related picture, suggesting I add it to the ever-growing database. But I still have a tiny sliver of faith left in humanity that must lead me to conclude that it’s a parody. Maybe if a bunch of people and news sources fall for it, it’ll be worth a spot.

Speaking of parody, Messiah on the Frigidaire is a play about the image of Jesus appearing on a refrigerator in a trailer park in a small southern town, which puts it in the national spotlight. I also recently found an article that mentioned Jesus Jello: The Miraculous Confection, a play about a hospital patient finding an image of Jesus in his Jell-O.

Atheists find toast on Jesus painting.

Hitler toast. Bonus: links to STLLJ!

This is pretty clever, though inevitable: put Jesus on your own toast.

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July 18, 2010 @ 2:56 AM PDT by Wesley


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