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What are stigmata and can it occur to anyone Can it happen to you or someone you know When does it happen Is this phenomenon true or just another hoax What happens to someone who is considered a stigmatic What exactly is a stigmatic Stigmata is the spontaneous duplicated wounds that Christ received during crucifixion Nickell 219 The wounds that one receives are the wounds that resemble the wounds Jesus Christ suffered in crucifixion The wounds of Stigmata are presumable inflicted by a supernatural force Microsoft Encarta There are two types of Stigmata visible and invisible The invisible are wounds that the victim can feel torturing them but no one can see them Visible stigmata are wounds that can be seen by others Freze 35 The wounds that one receives can be of the hands or wrists feet forehead back side and shoulder The most common of the wounds for one to receive are the wounds of the hands or wrists The wounds of the feet forehead and the side are less common Some stigmatics have also claimed that their heart has been wounded or it has formed into a mystical Christian object such as a cross Nickell 219 Some brides of Christ have reported to have a ring inexplicably appear or form on their ring finger or the forefinger Nickell 219 Some stigmatics have reported to have a ring given to them from Lord as a sign of their spiritual marriage with him Some brides have said that they could see the ring but no one else could see what they were explaining The brides described their rings as a golden band with a diamond or two Freze 52 The rings they were explaining were like engagement rings we see in jewelry stores The ring may be completely invisible to others or they may be able to see the reddening of the skin Freze 52 In most cases the ring is
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