Update: I’ve been told this video is from 2014, and simply resurfaced. I’m really surprised I didn’t hear about this anywhere.
I’m leaving the post up, because, frankly, it’s still awesome, but be aware; this is 4 years old now.
Back to the original post:
So, this is video from the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, in Jerusalem – possibly the holiest site in all of Christendom, because inside, it contains, well, the Holy Sepulchre; that is, Jesus’ tomb.
(If you remember, from the old Facebook page, I posted this really great interactive infographic from NatGeo last year: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/12/was-this-jesus-tomb/)
And now, blood has started to well from Jesus’ burial stone.
And on the Orthodoxy’s Holy Saturday, when Christ is laid up in the tomb!
What a miracle!
One user suggested comparing the stains to the patterns on the Shroud of Turin, and posted some helpful images (though I’m not sure the video is a very good source for the pattern):