Where is the tomb of the Blessed Virgin Mary,
the Mother of
The tombs of all of the Apostles, except for the traitor Judas, have been
found and documented over the centuries.
And yet not a trace
of the Blessed Virgin Mary's remains have ever been found. Have you
ever wondered about why this is?
The Bible is silent regarding this subject
for the most part, but it does give us a clue in Revelation 11:19 to
The Catholic Church teaches that after she died she was assumed body and soul into Heaven and that is why no tomb
or remains of her were ever found.
However science, an unlikely
source for a definitive answer as to why her remains were never found,
has recently provided us with an intriguing possible answer.
supports the teaching of the Catholic Church.
It has been known for several years that over time, some wives begin
to have a slight resemblance to their husbands.
However, husbands did not
seem to gain a resemblance to the wives. Why was this?
The answer was
found in the time of pregnancy of the mother. It was
known that substances are passed between the baby in the womb and
In this transfer, since the baby possesses DNA
from both parents, the mother receives DNA from the father and of course
the father cannot
receive DNA from the mother. Simple isn't it if you give it
Yes, but what does this all mean regarding the Blessed
Well the answer to that question poses more questions than there
are answers for.
How was she impregnated
with the baby Jesus?
God only knows and He has not told
It must have been accomplished by His Word.
have a few final thoughts.
Since there was no human father, then there was
no human male DNA.
God is a spirit and a spirit has
no parts, thus no natural DNA.
Something may have passed from the baby
Jesus to His mother and she certainly supplied Him with the substance of
His entire body.
Could the baby Jesus have passed on something to His
mother that simply could not be left on earth?
Thus, no tomb with
the remains of the Blessed Virgin Mary have ever been found on earth
for the last almost 2000 years.
Luther once remarked, "When you call her the Mother of
God, you have said it all".
Written by Bob Stanley, May 25, 2014
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