Crayola Jesus maker

Woman says Jesus appears in son’s melted crayons

A Blue Springs woman said she wanted her family to remember the reason for the Christmas season but was surprised to get a divine reminder through Crayola crayons.

Tara Gomez and her son melted the crayons in the oven as part of an activity they found on the internet.

…she said she noticed what looked like Jesus’s image in the frozen crayons.

Tip: Blue_wode on Twitter

 

You can see Jesus in anything if you believe. But where does this image of long-haired, white Jesus come from? A painting. Cause we don’t know what Jesus really looked like. And, wait… is Jesus smoking?!

Ugh, THIS is a SIGN? Pathetic. Pareidolia.

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  3 comments for “Crayola Jesus maker

  1. Massachusetts
    December 20, 2011 at 9:32 PM

    It does look like the traditional version of Jesus. But you are right, Jesus probably didn’t look like that. Early accounts show him with short hair, looking very Roman (not surprising as early Christianity spread throughout the Roman Empire.)

    I recently saw a documentary suggesting he most likely had short hair, since that was a common style of the time, especially since lice was a big problem and that was a good way to control it. But in the end, we don’t know anything for sure about his appearance. Some even dispute that he existed at all as an actual historical person, but I don’t know too much about that line of reasoning.

  2. Massachusetts
    December 20, 2011 at 9:35 PM

    Though to play devil’s advocate, wouldn’t a higher power contact someone in a manner they would understand?

  3. Massachusetts
    December 21, 2011 at 8:04 PM

    I actually looks like he’s smoking doesn’t it? What’s he smoking, I wonder?

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