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Buddha's giant footprints explained - "miracle" sighting on holy day

 

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Buddhists were saying "Sathu Sathu Sathu" (amen, amen, amen) after a clip was posted on Facebook that appeared to show a giant monk on a far off hilltop in Chantaburi. 

 

A 14 second clip posted by "Professor Manop" was filmed as prayers were being chanted nearby on Tuesday, the Maha Khabucha religious holiday.

 

The professor said it was witnessed by 20 people and you can believe him - it was a real miracle, it was not photo-shopped in any way. 

 

It came with a "viewer discretion" advised tag - after all the hair on the necks on everyone present had gone up as they said "sathu".

 

Some will point to the mystery of why Buddha's footprints are often so large being finally solved. 

 

 

Source: Sanook

 

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Bigfoot does Thailand

Bigjoke stamped him in

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The main thing that doesn't make the story believable is the oohs and aahs and grunts and groans and screams and shrieks that usually accompany anything exciting that is witnessed.

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27 minutes ago, Cereal said:

My wife showed me this in the news last night. She thinks it was Buddha. I laughed all the to the fridge and grabbed another beer.

heathen

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1 hour ago, GreasyFingers said:
1 hour ago, Cereal said:

My wife showed me this in the news last night. She thinks it was Buddha. I laughed all the to the fridge and grabbed another beer.

heathen

Do you mean 'heaven' then?

From a theist, sorry atheist.

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1 hour ago, Cereal said:

My wife showed me this in the news last night. She thinks it was Buddha. I laughed all the to the fridge and grabbed another beer.

The splay toed are easily duped.

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Just now, HLover said:

The splay toed are easily duped.

Toed, towed or toad?

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1 hour ago, GreasyFingers said:

heathen

The definition of a heathen is someone who does not belong to an accepted religion or is someone who is lacking in morals or principles. An example of a heathen is a person who is uncivilized and not religious. An example of a heathen is a person who lies, cheats and does other immoral things.

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15 minutes ago, HLover said:

The splay toed are easily duped.

Does that apply to your wife?? 

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Next site for another giant image eh?

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4 minutes ago, RJRS1301 said:

The definition of a heathen is someone who does not belong to an accepted religion or is someone who is lacking in morals or principles. An example of a heathen is a person who is uncivilized and not religious. An example of a heathen is a person who lies, cheats and does other immoral things.

"and does other immoral things." That must include the entire population of Pattaya, and a lot of other places too, as sex outside marriage must be immoral.

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