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Miraculously portraits
One warm sunny morning in August 1971 Senora Maria Gomez Pereira, a resident-Belmez-Morelada case villages near Cordoba in southern Spain, woke up and found out on the tile floor in the kitchen weird portrait. Though the face is not particularly frightened Senor Pereira, it disturbed many onlookers who came to look at the strange phenomenon. So she decided to get rid of the portrait. When trying to wash the tiles by various means failed, she asked her son Miguel knock it and put a new one. Everything was well done, but Pereira's life returned to normal a short time, as new and even sharper images began to appear in the fresh cement. Among them was the face of a man of average children, who learned Belmeza respectable citizens - the man lived in the village and died many years ago. He was buried at the abandoned cemetery on the site which was home now and seniors Pereira.

Belmeza phenomenon has riveted the attention of investigators of paranormal phenomena. One expert, Herman de Argumosa, explored concrete and came to the conclusion that the substance, which paint a portrait, like no one known dye or pigment; therefore, it had only a supernatural explanation. In November, the image accurately skololi from the floor and placed under glass. Then the entire floor has been removed and at a depth of several meters under the foundation of human bones were found; thus, a version of the old cemetery was confirmed. Moreover, there were found old photos, which confirmed the assumption of local residents that on the floor in the house of Pereira appeared the faces of those who were buried in this cemetery. Since no one in Belmeze no doubt that there is life after death.

When the portraits of dead people suddenly appear in the most unexpected places, it may well serve as a wonderful proof that our existence does not end with physical death. In 1897 in Wales died Vopsen John, rector of the Cathedral of Landaff. Two weeks after Vopsena body was buried on the western wall of the cathedral, near the place where took place the funeral, there was a wet spot, the shape of which resembled the face of the deceased, and below are clearly visible in JV initials As told by contemporaries, Welsh phenomenon It remained visible for a few days, a much longer time phenomenon was observed in the cathedral of Christ, Oxford, England, two decades later. In the summer of 1923 a distinct profile of the well-known Oxford Victorian priest, Abbot Henry Liddell, appeared on a white plastered wall next to the table, which was carved in his memory after his death in 1898. According to the man who knew him, it was, without a doubt, his portrait, and he was masterfully written.

By 1926, other faces of the abbot were found next to the first, and it became known that such portraits have appeared in other parts of the building and in the last century. Why in the Cathedral of Christ appeared so many mysterious priest portraits, it is not clear, but relatives abbot associated with the appearance of the faces of a family wedding which was held in the cathedral once, putting an end to the disagreement in the Clan Liddell. Whatever was the cause of the phenomenon of Oxford, it has a longer history than the Welsh phenomenon faces. And in 1931, a portrait of Liddell remained clear, according to Mrs. Hyuvet Mackenzie, president of the British Society for Physical Research. He was there in the next year, when a new altar was built near the wall, completely concealing it. Retained portrait to this day, no one knows.

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