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Incorruptible Corpses (16 pics + 2 videos)

Posted in Pictures   16 Oct 2009   / 49705 views

You can believe in it or not, you can have doubts about it, but they do exist and this is a fact.
Their existence is contrary to all laws of nature.
The riddle of the preservation of these corpses is not solved today.
There is only a scientific hypothesis that these bodies were kept in rooms with such a composition of air, in which the processes of body’s decay is very much slowed down.


1. St Pio of Pietrelcina (died 1968)
1 Incorruptible Corpses (16 pics + 2 videos)


2. St John Vianney (died 1859)
2 Incorruptible Corpses (16 pics + 2 videos)


3. St Bernadette of Lourdes (died 1879)
3 Incorruptible Corpses (16 pics + 2 videos)


4. St Vincent de Paul (died 1660)
4 Incorruptible Corpses (16 pics + 2 videos)


5. St Silvan (died 350 AD)
5 Incorruptible Corpses (16 pics + 2 videos)


6. St Veronica Giuliani (died 1727)
6 Incorruptible Corpses (16 pics + 2 videos)


7. St John Bosco (died 1888)
7 Incorruptible Corpses (16 pics + 2 videos)


8. St Teresa Margaret (died 1770)
8 Incorruptible Corpses (16 pics + 2 videos)


9. Blessed Imelda Lambertini (died 1333 – 12 years old)
9 Incorruptible Corpses (16 pics + 2 videos)


10. St Catherine Laboure (died 1876)
10 Incorruptible Corpses (16 pics + 2 videos)


11. St Clare of Assisi (died 1253; best friend of St Francis of Assisi)
11 Incorruptible Corpses (16 pics + 2 videos)


12. St Agnes of Montepulciano (died 1317)
12 Incorruptible Corpses (16 pics + 2 videos)


13. St Margarita María Alacoque (died 1690)
13 Incorruptible Corpses (16 pics + 2 videos)


14. St Rita of Cascia (died 1457)
14 Incorruptible Corpses (16 pics + 2 videos)


15. St Francis Xavier (died 1552)
15 Incorruptible Corpses (16 pics + 2 videos)


16. St Maria Goretti (died 1902)
16 Incorruptible Corpses (16 pics + 2 videos)


Incorrupt body of Saint Bernadette of Lourdes (died 1879)



Incorrupt body of Saint Vincent de Paul (died 1660)


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Comments (26):

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Carlo 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
n_what nice list!
       
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mtjs 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
all this is anti natural rule,i don't like.
       
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briere 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
WOW 36
even though dead people really really!! scare me something shocking
this list didnt,
allmost all of them looked peacefull

       
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Nickk 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
WTF, dude?
I hate putting dichotomies, but this is such a case.
1. The laws of nature don't apply for those corpses.
For witch you can't provide a mechanism or explanation, and raises far more questions that it supposedly answers.
2. There is a perfectly reasonable explanation for the phenomena, but real scientists are not allowed to study the corpses.
From what I've seen regarding religious miracles its the second.
They hate it when skeptics figure out their supposed miracles.

Unfortunately some people just want to believe weird things no matter what the evidence shows wacko2
       
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Praslin 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
San Pio of Pietralcina, the first one, wears a mask. It was exposed this summer.
       
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Met 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
I'd think that if they were scientificly tested (even a simple X-ray would do the trick) most if not all would be proven as fakes. Of course this won't happen anytime soon as they are property of the church and it's in the churches best interest to keep the mystery alive.
       
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Doug117 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
It is possible today to create pretty good fakes, but what about in the year 350 or 1660?

Although science is useful, scientists do not know everything. Anyone who thinks we know everything has some serious adjustment coming! (Thus "carefully controlled climate conditions" are *not necessarily a prerequisite* for preservation. There may be other factors. And who even had such conditions over the centuries?)

The bodies should be tested if the issue of fakery is important. I think that it is not all that important.
       
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pablo 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
It was a case there were cyanure in the flesh... so the worms can't eat them.
All this is just fake... to make people obedient.
       
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diegopol 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
wow
Vizça el Barça
       
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mm 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
What disturbs me mostly here, is that those corpses were real people and now their corpses are showed to everyone like some piece of furniture. No respect for the dead. Not that they care, but anyway...
       
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Nickk 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
"The bodies should be tested if the issue of fakery is important. I think that it is not all that important."
Doug117

Why? Because they are in a church, because clergyman are good people and would never lie?
Those corpses (exhibits) make good PR for the church thats why they don't want them tested, if it were from respect for the dead they would never exhibit them in the first place.
dirol
Skepticism and critical thought are always important, real science stands up to it, frauds don't.
NOTHING supernatural has ever been observed, there are things witch we currently might not know, but though the scientific method we manage to understand them.
       
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JJ 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Actually the reason for the undecaying have been found, its application of arsenic
       
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d 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
am not a christian but i have some question
can i touch them ??
and how they maintain the bodies and there clothes clean?
       
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Bhas 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
LMAO, #5 Looks Like He's Just Passed Out!! 35
       
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mominco 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
creepy
       
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bobnine 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Or maybe they constantly kill people who look similar and replace the body before it decays. n_tongue
       
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FCLittle 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
"Although science is useful, scientists do not know everything."
Science never states that it knows everything, only that it strives to understand, through testing and rigorous experimentation, the laws of the universe.....it's religion that tries to say it knows the definitive answers, and, as with Christianity, they use these kinds of things to justify the things they cannot prove....

And science is more than useful....
       
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Tim 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Most of these were restored with wax or silicone masks to give them a lifelike appearance. St Pio and St Bernadette certainly, I'm sure if it were actually researched you would find that replacing the visible parts of the body with replicas is a common practice with "saintly" corpses.
       
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ruff 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
lol to d's response.

for some reason i would also like to touch them and i don't think that my clothes would get to dirty if i was sealed in a box for centuries
       
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Das Kilen Bitte 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Saint Bernadette of Lourdes looks more healthy than most of my friends.... SAD. Also, if u want to join these people looking perfect 300 years after u passed along, just eat at McDonalds daily and u will have an guarantee that ppl will look in awe at ur casket several hundred years after u dropped dead. n_wink
       
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sdadasdsa 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
It's fine, a good number of those are wax models. Look it up.
       
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mskji 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Stupid Catholics, why would you want to keep a bunch of dead bodies around on display?
       
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xxx 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
I donno, they look like wax figures to me...this is topo weird and they don't look real!

the faces are wierd...they look too peaceful..that's not what usually happens..I donno..it doesn't look real..
       
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severe_009 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
I agree with #17 comments n_tongue
Challenge breeds excellence...
       
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LMAOo 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
religious people ................ LMAO what a bunch of suckers
       
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xpwurld 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
n_tongue no comment
       














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