Cross Miraculously Appears Inside Sliced Potato In Albuquerque

New Mexico’s KOAT has your daily dose of irrefutable evidence of the divine hand at work on Earth:

An anonymous Action 7 News viewer sent in a photo of a sliced potato divided by what he calls Lenten crosses. The viewer wishes to remain anonymous. The potato sighting is far from the first time viewers have claimed to see the divine in everyday objects and things.

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  • Echar Lailoken

    Myabe imaginary friends made it appear.

  • Thurlow Weed

    Ever see a angel shapes in fresh snow? This will probably blow your mind but true fact: some of them were not made by humans.

    • Anarchy Pony

      No. Way!

    • Guerrilla_Grodd

      Talking Gorillas from Gorilla City? I know some of those guys.

      • Thurlow Weed

        No, but vive la différence.

  • Anarchy Pony

    Because god finds it important to put messages in potatoes.

    • Gjallarbru

      Remember that god works in mysterious ways…

      • Anarchy Pony

        You got that right. Poverty, injustice, despoiling of creation. So let’s put a cross in a potato. That’ll make people love sky daddy more.

    • Liam_McGonagle

      We are His chosen people.

      • Gjallarbru

        So what, he also has chosen potato, so who cares about that honor.

        • Liam_McGonagle

          Nobody specified as to exactly what we were chosen for. Best thing for morale, all the way ’round.

        • Anarchy Pony

          Russets.

      • http://americancannibal.org/ American Cannibal

        Irish?

    • Rhoid Rager

      I just planted 8 rows of potatoes. I’m hoping to harvest at least 200lbs this year. The potato has sustained millions during countless crop failures. Salvation can be found easier in a potato than from a pastor. Tubers are more important than tabernacles.

      • Anarchy Pony

        Excellent vegetable. Fine source of carbohydrates.

      • Calypso_1

        Have you ever grown them in bags?

        • Rhoid Rager

          No, I haven’t. Were you successful? What material were the bags made up? Burlap?

          • emperorreagan

            Some people also have claimed success growing potatoes in hay bales – I haven’t seen that personally, but am considering it for a section of unused driveway.

          • Calypso_1

            I just used heavy duty leaf bags. Worked great and no digging.
            It’s too hot n humid hear to grow them well into the summer. I was able to start them before the last frost. The black bag kept the soil heated during the day and covered them with a thermal blanket at night.

          • Rhoid Rager

            Leaf bags are plastic, aren’t they? Didn’t the bags trap the moisture in? Or we’re you extra careful with water?

          • Calypso_1

            …well, it was a simple affair to cut drainage holes : )

          • Rhoid Rager

            i try to stay away from sharp objects. ;)

      • choch

        Grow them in old tires as the plant grows add a tire and fill with dirt to top of tire. Dissemble one tire at a time to harvest.

  • Oginikwe

    They need more calcium in their soil . . .

  • mannyfurious

    In all fairness, I believe in the Gnostic Gospel of Thomas Jesus said, “Lift a rock, I am there. Split a potato and the tool of my torturous death will inexplicably appear.” Or something like that. It’s been a while since I read it.

    • Anarchy Pony

      I thought it was Brandon Christ…

      • mannyfurious

        Maybe that’s what it was….

  • BuzzCoastin

    i once had a girl friend who hada religious kinda thing about cucumbers
    sometimes she’d pray with a cucumber
    moaning “oh god, oh god”
    I’d mention her name
    but she prefers to femian anonymous

    • http://americancannibal.org/ American Cannibal

      hot

  • Liam_McGonagle

    Looks more like a dagger to me.

    • Rhoid Rager

      I say it’s a more of a European longsword.

      • Echar Lailoken

        It’s a sign that the Templars have risen!

      • Mr Grim

        Weirdly, that was exactly my first thought on seeing it too.

    • kowalityjesus

      I was thinking olympic torch

  • http://americancannibal.org/ American Cannibal

    Whhoooaaaaaa. I have to see this miracle in person—hope it starts bleeding. I’m off to book a plane ticket to Albuquerque.

    • Gjallarbru

      Bugs Bunny said to take a left turn when you get there.

      • http://americancannibal.org/ American Cannibal

        OK. Do I keep going straight on till morning?

        • Gjallarbru

          Wouldn’t know, you would have to check with him.

          • http://americancannibal.org/ American Cannibal

            BB going to pick me up at the airport—hld on…. ((What’s that, hon? Elmer’s here? Ok—I’m talking to someone onlin—no! Not a woman!))

            Sorry. Bugs going to pick me up, or do I have to call him when I touch down?

          • Gjallarbru

            I understand the muppets at a much deeper level than you…

          • http://americancannibal.org/ American Cannibal

            …soo… you’re saying…Bugs will find me… gotcha

          • Gjallarbru

            Yeah, that’s pretty much it.

          • Anarchy Pony

            Bugs is a loony toon. Not a muppet.

          • Gjallarbru

            Your missing the point of me being random, for fun.

          • Anarchy Pony

            Teh intrnt is srs bzns.

    • Rhoid Rager

      Stay clear of the police when you’re there.

  • Virtually Yours

    Just remember: he made us in his image…

    • http://americancannibal.org/ American Cannibal

      So, you’re saying, if I deep fry my fingers, I’ll taste like Freedom with ketchup?

      • http://americancannibal.org/ American Cannibal

        Hey! That Jesus Ass wasn’t here last time…

    • Rhoid Rager

      I’m saving that picture in my religious satire folder.

    • kowalityjesus

      that is quite remarkable

      • Mr Grim

        Dammit, the tone of your response made me laugh out loud.

        • kowalityjesus

          I call em like I see em. But actually retrospectively wondered if there was some digital alteration to make it a bit more believable. Preciate the comment.

  • emperorreagan

    I can’t believe that person murdered God’s favored potato. They’re most assuredly going to hell.

  • AManCalledDa-da

    All old potatoes do this. All fools follow the religious advice of potatoes, but usually only in fried form. Mmmm, french fries…

  • InfvoCuernos

    You’re looking at it all wrong-that’s an upside down cross. This is a St. Peter’s Spud.

  • Kommie

    feces of root boring beetle….

  • jasonpaulhayes

    Cut that russet up and make some Freedom Fries.

  • Hoarfraust

    I now worship root vegetables. I see that they gave their lives so that we may live! All hail the sacred spud!

    • Mr Grim

      I’m eating some chips as an offering right now.

  • Cortacespedes

    Brown center and hollow heart???

    Oh pfft!!

    Now this…THIS is truly an item worthy of potato worship.

    Can you imagine this “spudly-lingam” served up along side your medium-rare New York strip at the local steakhouse?

    You wouldn’t have the nerve to tuck into it. Best to just take it home, name it, gild it, and place it in a position of honor; as the generous gift from Shiva it most obviously is.

    • http://americancannibal.org/ American Cannibal

      I like her spud holding technique.

      • VaudeVillain

        She could be a bit more adventurous with the left thumb.

  • Number1Framer

    I’m David Burke of cutting board fame and I endorse this miracle.

    • kowalityjesus

      hahaha what an honor to ave you here David

  • kowalityjesus

    that’s the cross of st peter, although i guess it could be anti-christian given the intent of whoever is inverting it

    • VaudeVillain

      Satanist like whoa!

      To be fair, every copy I found was on a site claiming it really is… Oh fundies!

      • kowalityjesus

        Yeah man, I even know of some super-fundamentalist Catholics that think its anti-christ. Do not get.

        • VaudeVillain

          I actually sourced it from one of those. I love the internet.

          [edited to correct an embarrassing spelling error]

          • kowalityjesus

            To tell you the truth, I was drawn to Catholicism by some rather reactionary sources. Most Holy Family Monastery was one reason why I left episcopalianism for orthodoxy… they are the conspiracy theorists of the Catholic world, sedevacantists, who think the sitting pope is a heretic and therefore not a Catholic. I am no longer that far right, nor really ever was.

  • northierthanthou.com

    French fried sacraments!

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