Unbelievable! See the Statue of Virgin Mary That Cures Illnesses, Moves and Changes Colour, See Shocking Photos

A man has made a shocking revelation after he said the Virgin Mary statue in his house has been healing people for many years now.
A man who claims he can talk to God has revealed his statue of the Virgin Mary has been MOVING and changing colour, The IrishMirror reports.
The report revealed that Tom Powers, 73, from Tralee, Co Kerry, said multiple people that he has “healed” have seen the figure of the Lord’s mother making various movements, as well as her face changing colour.
According to him, people have been coming from far and wide to his ‘healing surgery’ where the statue is kept.
While speaking in details to the IrishMirror, he said: “People have seen tears coming from the eyes, others have seen changes in the colour of the face.
“There’s been movement in the head, the arms, even the eyes.
“One woman came out crying her eyes out after she saw a tear in the eye of the statue.”
Also while revealing more details about how the statue’s face changes colour, he added: “It can be pink one minute, then a lighter pink, then even lighter again after that.
“Even today, one woman said the lips of the statue had changed colour to a bright red.
“It’s got wrinkles in the forehead and a crease in the neck that has appeared all of a sudden. 
“She even has veins in her neck that have been bulging. Some people have spotted a pulse in it.”
Tom said people travel from all over with ailments such as tumours, heart problems and deafness, which he claims the statue has the ability to heal.
“Things happen here every week that you could call miracles.
“But of course it’s not about me, it’s all to do with the statue.
“She wants to show herself to her people.”
Tom hit stardom in the UK in the 1980s, appearing on TV and in newspaper articles with stories of his miracle cures, even appearing in his own Channel 4 documentary.
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