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Jesus! Say "Cheese"


Among the fringe beliefs, the idea of having actual photographs of Jesus and other Biblical figures and scenes are amongst the most adorable.

We have, for instance, the tale of father Ernetti and his Chronovisor. It’s just lovely, a priest creating a time machine, photographing Jesus and retrieving historical documents, but everything gets suppressed by the evil Vatican. Lovely. Check more about it, including the photo, here.

Such a lovely story is spoiled by the fact that the alleged Jesus photo was identified as being that of a statue on a Sanctuary in Italy, but anyway.

Time Machines are not the only way you can have genuine Biblical photos. The extraterrestrials, of course, watched over everything, and they had their cameras ready (a thing they taught the Japanese afterwards). That’s how it’s claimed we have this little precious thing:

The Apostle John and Peter on the road to the tomb. This photo was supposedly remitted by the space traveller, Absu Ysmaily Swandy to the messenger of the extraterrestrials, Eugenio Siragusa.

Upon our post in Portuguese about this subject, reader Ronaldo Malta kindly warned us that Siragusa’s photo was actually a painting that he had seen printed on a Bible. After contacting some friends, our pal Jorge Petretski quickly identified it.

It’s “Les disciples Pierre et Jean courant au sépulcre le matin de la Résurrection“, by Eugène Burnand, 1898, presented today on Musee D’Orsay. Yes, 1898. A painting. In the Orsay Museum in France.

Siragusa is certainly not the only contactee to copy images from common sources and present them as extraordinary photographs of, from or by extraterrestrials. Swiss contactee Billy Meier also sells photos from books and even TV shows as alien images.

They have more to fear from DRM than from the MIB.

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