woman exudes oil
Miller, a 28-year-old Apache Indian woman in Arizona, is at the centre
of an extraordinary story. According to reports, on 9 March 1999
Miller was praying in her living room after completing a three-week period
of fasting. As she prayed a beam of light shone down onto her home and
an angel appeared to be standing on the roof.
Since then, her home has become a repository for a sweet-smelling oil
that drips from the walls, ceilings, windows, mirrors, and from Miller
A reporter from The Arizona Republic newspaper who interviewed Miller,
saw the oil: "There was a substantial amount of oil on her hair,
so much that it ran down the back of her neck. Her hands also appeared
to be saturated with the substance, which smelled like a cross between
cologne and old-fashioned toilet water. A plastic container on the bedstead
contained a small amount of the oil and there were traces of an
oily substance on the walls.... the entire house was filled with the sweet
aroma of the oil."
When news of this phenomenon spread, hundreds of people began showing
up at the Miller residence. Among them was an Oregon woman who had flown
to Arizona with her ailing son to ask Miller to pray for him. "He
was healed," Miller said. Although the number of visitors has decreased,
there is still a steady stream of people who come to the house.
Katherine Stanley, a friend of Miller, said that oil flows from several
stains on the walls inside the house whenever Miller begins praying. Stanley
added that the container of oil on Miller's bed refills itself even though
there's a lid on it: "We have emptied it several times but more oil
There is no doubt in her mind about the authenticity of this phenomenon.
"I believe this is from God," Stanley said. "I know it's
(Source: The Arizona Republic, USA)
from: Share International June 1999
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