An Indiana woman is fast becoming a Facebook sensation after posting pictures from her ultrasound that appear to the show Jesus crucified on the cross, reports WFIE.
“Everybody’s just shocked. Everybody’s like ‘I have to see that, I have to see that,'” explained Aley Meyer about the image that is being widely shared on social media.
“My mom shared it and she got 50 comments,” Meyer said. “I was having to drive all over town to show my grandparents who don’t have Facebook.”
According to Meyer, she didn’t notice the holy apparition until a friend pointed it out when she showed it off at her baby shower.
“She said, ‘Do you see this, it looks like Jesus,” Meyer recalled.
Meyer said, after blowing up the picture, more details became apparent.
“You can see the hair and his legs crossed and everything,” said Meyer.
According to the Indiana mom-to-be, she thinks the image is a message from God.
“I feel like it’s a sign that everything’s going to be okay with him,” she explained.
Watch the video below from WFIE:
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