Something to think about: Jesus in the Cheetos

By From page A4 | December 13, 2013

Stories of simulacra — religious imagery in natural phenomena — have been around for centuries. The Shroud of Turin, the Veil of Veronica, the image of Jesus in an oat cake — all ancient examples of images that people see in everyday objects that seem to be miraculous appearances.
The latest, the “angel of 9/11,” is a face that seems to be imprinted on a twisted steel girder taken from the wreckage of the Twin Towers. I’ve seen pictures and the face is easy to see — easier than the image of Jesus on a moldy shower in Florida.

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