“Miraculous feeding” or “The saturation of a multitude of people” refers to the miracle created by Jesus Christ when he in an unknown way turned a small amount of food into a large one to feed a lot of hungry people.
We know of two such miracles: The first miracle – “Saturation of 5000 people” is the only miracle (except the resurrection), which is present in all four canonical Gospels. This miracle is also known under the name: “Miracle of five loaves and two fish”.
Behind Jesus there was a large crowd of disciples – people from different cities and when they wanted to eat, they had only five loaves and two fish. Jesus said to bring this food, and told the people to sit on the grass. It is especially noted that the people sat in rows of 100 and 50 people each. Taking bread and fish, looking up to heaven, Jesus offered thanks. Then he broke bread and gave food to the disciples, and they gave them to the people. “And they ate everything, and were satisfied, and the disciples then collected twelve baskets of pieces.”
The second miracle – “Saturation of 4000 people” is recorded in the Gospels of Mark, but absent in the Gospels of Luke and John. This miracle is also known as: “The miracle of the seven loaves and fish.” According to the description, it is similar to the first, only the number of people and the number of baskets with collected food vary. Sometimes these two miracles are united into one.
Ufologists interpret these miracles as another proof that Jesus was an alien and the multiplication of food produced with the help of unknown high technologies. From the same area was also the “wonderful machine” for producing manna, which fell from heaven and fed people in the same Bible.
The most curious thing is that this miracle of multiplying food in different centuries was able to replicate some of the Christian saints.
St. Anjiolo Paoli took great pleasure in miraculously multiplying the amount of food to give it to the poor of Rome. In his “Life” it is told about meals in monasteries, on which Paoli repeatedly demonstrated this ability.
Such miracles were created by the founder of the “Daughter of the Cross” Andre Fournet, who later became a saint. In 1824, the community had almost no food – corn. Fournet gave the sisters a sermon about the miracle of feeding people by Christ, after which he ordered to collect the remains of corn in two heaps.
He began to walk around in circles around them, reading prayers, and after a while he invited everyone to the table. As a result, several dozen sisters ate corn for more than two months, and the amount of food in the piles did not decrease.
Cases of “miraculous feeding” are also mentioned in the “Life of Blessed John Bosco”, in particular those that occurred in the severe winter of 1845 in Bourges and in 1860 in Turin.
So what is it? Where does all this come from? It is possible that the human imagination does not work with an empty, but with a delicate matter, and therefore the imagined world is as real as the physical. But it consists of matter of another property and can exist only with constant recharge of mental energy.
In other words, for example, an imaginary home exists realistically, but if you just forget about it, it immediately collapses and disappears without leaving a trace. Or rather, not without a trace, but until the imagination revives it again.
One can imagine how different the laws of the imaginary world are from the laws of the physical world. In his imagination, man is really all-powerful as God. It is enough for him to turn the mountain into a plain, and the plain into the endless smoothness of the sea.
It is clear how difficult physical implementation of such changes is. And in an imaginary world, a person can create even something that never existed.