Image of Guadalupe Easter Egg - Hidden Pictures in Eyes

In the right eye of the Virgin Mary (the eye on your left, when looking at the picture), there are 2 hidden portraits. They are hard to see, but noticable without a magnifying glass. If you look closely you can see one face said to resemble Juan Diego, and another resembling the Bishop Zumarrage

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Contributed By: DIzzIE on 03-18-2000
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Commanderraf writes:
This isn't an egg, its a proof that this isn't a man-made image!
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cybercabra writes:
actually this is proof that the artist is a little more creative.
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John writes:
It is of course proof that Our Lady's intervention at Guadalupe was of miraculous origin. This was in the Press about nine months ago
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Pigeon Boy writes:
Where can I find a picture of this painting on-line?
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LL writes:
I need help finding this. In the version of the portrait I saw, her eyes were closed and the painting was much too small to see anything. But then again, I only looked it up on Google (hehe).
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Luckytruck6 writes:
okay I tried to post the pic but this site tells about and shows the inages in her eyes http://www.sancta.org/eyes.html
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