The mystery of the “jumping church” in Ireland is still not solved

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One of the most interesting and unusual riddles of Ireland is the so-called “jumping church” in the village Milocstown.

From the former religious building remained, prada, only ruins, and now there stands one single fragment of the wall, which reverently called the “jumping wall.” Alleged that with the moment of construction, the church mystically moved to side for a meter, and along with its foundation.

This legend originates from 1715, when local priests were surprised to document abnormal behavior the buildings. But, despite such an inexplicable paranormalism, for some reason, a mysterious place never inspired fear. On the contrary, a strange temple always attracted believers and even just curious, and today to look at the “jumping wall” comes there are many travelers. The ruins of the church are considered ideal a place for meditation and reflection on the sublime. On the wall, to in short, there is a tablet that briefly tells the story outlandish structures. Many Irish people strongly believe that the building has moved either by itself or under the influence some kind of supernatural factors.

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One of the legends says that he was once buried here. a disgusting person whose actions simply could not be described. When after some time at the burial place of this immoral an individual built a church, a religious building apparently experiencing a huge aversion to the villain’s grave, moved to side so as not to come into contact with defiled earth. Remains were in sight, and the villagers were forced to rebury them in another place, away from human eyes.

According to another myth, in the fall of 1715 an unprecedented a storm, and powerful gusts of wind moved the church a little bit east side. Skeptical minds may also suggest that 18th century hoaxes who supposedly moved building to pass it off as a religious miracle. However, such the hypothesis does not inspire much confidence. Even today for a similar tasks would require a skilled team of workers with modern and sophisticated special equipment that would not remain a secret for everyone else.

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In addition, the theory is advanced that there are more than three in Milocstown centuries ago, a landslide occurred, which led to amazing result.

Whatever the explanation for this phenomenon – natural, paranormal, or maybe both, is natural beauty the localities and the spiritual history of the local society make this story thoughtful and attractive to many curious. Tourists are constantly trying to solve the mystery “jumping church”, from which only the “jumping wall” remained, but all such attempts fail, for example, so far the mystery of the wandering graves has not yet been solved. Perhaps it’s also for the best …

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