INTERNATIONAL: Woman convinced she was speaking to Virgin Mary actually had brain tumor

By NY Post

170217-virgin-mary-miracle-featureNY POST – A woman who convinced herself she was speaking to the Virgin Mary was actually battling a brain tumor, doctors discovered.

The unnamed 60-year-old, who lives in Spain, suddenly became religious, finding God in just two months.

Family and friends described the woman as being happy and positive.

But they told doctors she was not particularly religious.

Yet within a two-month period people began to notice a change in her personality and behavior.

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5 comments

  1. you shall not make for yourself a carved image- any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth. you shall not bow down to them nor serve them ....Ex 20:4-5

    and to add to this... anything or anyone put before God is considered an idol

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  3. I am impressed with the artistry of the sculptor and that's about all. She looks more like a beautiful
    European person than one born and grew up in the hot desert climate. This is what I know, but not all.

    " Song of Solomon,"

    (1 :5) I AM DARK, BUT BEAUTIFUL, O DAUGHTERS OF JERUSALEM........DO NOT LOOK UPON ME,
    BECAUSE I AM DARK, BECAUSE THE SUN HAS TANNED ME. (2) i AM THE ROSE OF SHARON,
    AND THE LILY OF THE VALLEYS. LIKE A LILY AMONG THORNS, SO IS MY LOVE AMONG THE DAUGHTERS

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  5. This sort of thing gives real Christians a bad name. not all are Nuts.

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  7. Well, there you have it. Proof that Religious people are more than likely brain damaged.

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    • How many brained-damaged saints, seeing all kinds of visions and hearing all kinds of voices in the ancient past, are there?

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