Mysteries of Light
|It has been said that one Easter Sunday many
years ago, a man, his wife and two children
were riding motor bikes in South Africa. They came upon an old man
collecting alms at
the entrance of a large alcove in the side of a mountain. There were
Christian symbols painted on the walls made of stone. Old tin roofs that
had been used for cover were lying
on the ground. The alcove appeared to be an old abandoned mission village.
As the man was exploring the area, he saw an image depicting the head of
the Lord Jesus Christ
carved in the side of a rock. The image was about eight feet high and five
He didn't realize what the carving would do until he left and turned back to gaze at it. He noticed the face on the carving seemed to turn and follow him. This intrigued the man and he spent many months trying to recapture the vision the rock portrayed. He made a mold with resin and added a light to cast the shadows. The first light recapturing the vision became a reality. Later the man came to America and told a friend about the mold of the lighted image. The second man knew another man who was going to South Africa and made arrangements for this man, upon his return, to bring the mold back to America.
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