Pastor Claims ‘Scientific Research’ Proves Moth Picture Is An ‘Angel’

Pastor Deneille Moes of the Jordan Rivers Church in Michigan claims that “scientific research” proves that an angel appears in viral pictures taken by Glen Thorman, the fire chief of East Jordan, Michigan.

The angel is most likely a moth, according to most observers, but Moes wrote about his “scientific evidence” on Facebook on May 12:

There are many discussions going on and I’m just wonderin’ what God is doing here. This photo has been a topic of discussion concerning supernatural happenings, and we are seeing God move miraculously in many ways ~ mostly healings and salvations, deliverances and restoration…

So in addition to the previous posted article ~ We have studied the photo from all possibilities. This ‘Being’ is behind the truck with translucent wings. We checked the temp at 12:49 am for this location. 46* was predicted in town, 39* degrees at the Thorman’s perhaps lower, but the average for his home is a 7 degrees difference in temperature.

(Their home is out in the sticks which is much colder than us near Lake Charlevoix) The photograph was taken early morning on the 9th. @ 12:49… and it’s believed the ground was still cold ~*~ We contemplated the piles of snow at the residence until May 3rd, ( left over from the 3 1/2 + ft. snowstorm April 16-20th).and accounted for the melt down factor which took quite a few days.

…And although moths have been seen in temps of 35* according to research, not a mosquito or moth has been seen yet to-date in their neck of the woods or ours, not sayin’ there ain’t any; just that we haven’t seen any yet in these parts….and tonight, we have another round of frost. So… that’s the last of the scientific research. Our conclusion remains the same… Angel…

(Source: Jordan Rivers/Facebook)

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