Virgin Mary statue ‘starts CRYING’ with tears rolling down her cheeks as pilgrims flock to witness ‘miracle’ in Mexico

Virgin Mary statue ‘starts CRYING’ with tears rolling down her cheeks as pilgrims flock to witness ‘miracle’ in Mexico

CHURCHGOERS have hailed a “miracle” after they discovered a small statue of the Virgin Mary appearing to shed tears.

The “crying” figure was recorded by stunned visitors at a church in the El Canal community in the state of Colima, Mexico.

Videos show the statue seemingly shedding tearsCEN

Locals have hailed it a miracle and flooded the site to witness it first-handCEN

Some residents claim the Virgin’s tears are linked to the rise of violence in the regionCEN

“The weeping” virgin has skeptics, believers and the curious flocking to El Canal to witness what some residents believe to be a miracle.

Hundreds have reportedly visited the church to see the mysterious phenomenon first-hand.

Videos uploaded to social media indeed show tiny water droplets seemingly coming out of the statue’s eyes and running down its face.

Some residents claim the tears are real because of how realistic the statue’s eyes look.

Víctor Ramos, a local resident, said: “Similarly, when we cry, and our eyes become red, the same happens to the image.

“So a couple of tears started flowing. This is the event, the phenomenon that is happening here in the church.”

Locals suspect that the bizarre occurrence has a deeper meaning behind it.

Many reportedly associate the Virgin’s tears with the prevailing violence in the state of Colima.

Ramos said: “We can associate it with… the violence rates that are being experienced here in the state of Colima, also here in the community.”

As of October of this year, 702 confirmed intentional homicides had been recorded by the Colima Prosecutor’s Office.

For residents and visitors, this is a good time to pray for security.

Visitor Maria Mercedes Hernandez said: “Peace, may she give us peace in Colima and throughout the world, that we may return to the Colima of before.”

But others aren’t as convinced by the miraculous spectacle and believe there’s a scientific explanation behind it.

Professor Luigi Garlaschelli noted that some statues have the ability to absorb water due to the porosity of the materials they are made of.

Garlaschelli said: “You need a hollow statue made of plaster or ceramic, which must be covered on the outside with a waterproof layer.

“By filling the statue with water through an imperceptible hole at the top, the porous material will absorb it, but the outer layer will prevent it from coming out.

“However, if a slight scratch is made in the protective glaze in the tear duct area, the absorbed water will come out through it as if it were tears.”

Another mysterious sighting happened in Mexico before when the statue of Jesus moved its head during Friday Mass.

Similarly, in Italy, religious “miracle” had drawn crowds with Virgin Mary statue “crying tears of blood”.

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