Saturday, February 18, 2017


[Countless people have testified to the mysterious seepage of liquid dripping from the knee of the statue of the Risen Christ in Medjugorje. In fairness I should say that I have visited the statue myself and it was not leaking liquid at the time. This article, by Jakob Marschner, which I extracted from, is just one of them. I have only slightly edited it]:

With liquid dripping from one knee, the bronze sculpture of the Risen Christ has been a mystery in Medjugorje since 2001. While the nature of the liquid is itself mysterious, the mystery as such as just increased, for these days the unknown substance flows from both legs of the sculpture.

Almost 11 years after one of the knees of the Risen Christ sculpture in Medjugorje first started to shed a tear-like liquid, even returning pilgrims are surprised by the sculpture these days. Now the watery substance comes from both legs.

“Yes, it is true,” film-maker and Queen of Peace productions founder Sean Bloomfield reports. “Water is coming from both legs now. The new drip is actually just above the knee, on the lower thigh. The new drip is stronger than the older one.”  

“With all the people in Medjugorje now, having both knees dripping sure helps in the crowd flow!” he adds on the discussion board at MedjugorjeLive where another pilgrim just back from Medjugorje likewise tells of having witnessed the substance dripping from both sculpture legs.

The sculpture has shown to be unpredictable on previous occasions as well. Several times, the dripping has stopped for extended periods of time. One such occasion in 2010 coincided with Medjugorje receiving large amounts of rain, weakening a theory that the watery substance could be rain dripping out from inside the sculpture.

On another occasion, a large group of pilgrims witnessed how the substance was suddenly red and no longer clear. “My friend Drago,” reports a journalist of MedjugorjeUSA, “who lives in Medjugorje has informed me that this past week a man took a paper napkin and reached to take a drop of oil from the Risen Christ statue. When he looked at the napkin it is reported that the napkin was full of blood. A minimum of 50 people witnessed this. Some screamed in fear and some said, “It’s a miracle.”

Vatican experts have been rumoured to have analysed the substance, but neither Rome nor the parish of Medjugorje have ever confirmed such analysis to have taken place.

The statue is a replica of the 277 centimetre silver sculpture “The Resurrection,” sculpted by Andrej Adjic and presented to Pope John Paul II on the occasion of his 1996 visit to Slovenia.

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