Oil seeping wall Surrey British Columbia, Canada
She said Mother Mary told her mom not to be afraid, and instructed her to look at the wall. "She looked at the wall and the oil came"
Sanna Lona talks about the oil weeping from the walls - British Columbia, Canada.
January 24, 2016 - Reported [here]. To Catholic faithful, it is much more than an oil stain on the wall – it is a sacred sign from God. People are travelling from across the country to pray in front of an oil-soaked wall at a Surrey apartment they believe is sacred. It all began three weeks ago, when devout Catholic Sanna Lona was alone in her bedroom in suite 315 of Guildford's Evergreen Apartments. Lona says she felt someone touch her shoulders – and then she saw the Virgin Mary, who told her to turn and look at the wall.
“And my mom, she was scared,” said daughter Sandy Alyais, who translated because Lona speaks Arabic but not English. “And my mom, she looked and she saw the oil.” The little streak on the bedroom wall quickly spread, reaching a second wall, the carpet and the mirror, which the family believes are the tears of the Holy Mother. Lona’s son Salwan Alyais told CTV News some 300 people have come to see the oil in the last three weeks – and it’s getting busier.
On day seven, the family says they also captured images of the Virgin Mary on the wall, appearing as a blue sparkling sheen where the oil first appeared. On Saturday, dozens of worshippers crowded into the tiny bedroom to pay homage. Experts have not been called in to examine the Surrey apartment, so there’s no scientific evidence this is a miracle. But there’s no question the oil has become a phenomenon.