Japanese Wooden Statue Weeps, Sheds Blood, and Performs Miracles | Ancient Origins


Created in the 1960s by a Buddhist woodcarver, the wooden Virgin Mary resided quietly for years in the chapel of a Japanese convent in the northwestern town Akita.

Source: Japanese Wooden Statue Weeps, Sheds Blood, and Performs Miracles | Ancient Origins

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