February 22, 2011 2 Comments
Perception is a very funny thing. About once a week I will run across a news story or article where someone is claiming to have seen the face of Jesus Christ or the Virgin Mary in some type of inanimate object. I find it humorous that some people will actually claim to have had some life changing experience because they felt the presence of Christ while seeing his face on a piece of burnt toast.
I myself have not been so lucky to witness the vision of Jesus or his mother Mary in an inanimate object; if I did I would definitely try to prophet profit from it, by selling it on some auction site for some ridiculous amount of money. Like the 10 year old who made a grilled cheese sandwich and Mary’s face appeared, it was sold for $28,000 on eBay.
Like I mentioned earlier, I haven’t been lucky enough to see any iconic religious figures in any food or nonliving items. However I did get a vision from Conan O’Brien.
What could this mean? Is he telling me to tune into TBS and watch his show? Is it a miracle? Or is it nothing? As I have said before hundreds of times, humans are pattern seeking animals. Our brain is designed to create familiarity among things when it can, this is a perfect example of pareidolia.