Do you believe in reincarnation? Some internet users thought they had proven its existence this week when they came across a 3D portrait of the face of Joseph, the husband of the Blessed Virgin.
The publication indicated that scientists from the University of Stanford had succeeded in reconstructing the face of this sacred figure of Christianity. We immediately recognize the features of the giant Ferré, this legendary wrestler who had his heyday in the 1970s and 1980s.
Scientists at Stanford University have reconstructed this 3D model of how Joseph, the husband of Mary the Mother of Jesus Christ might have looked. pic.twitter.com/zw0XOphtDk
— 🎃💀🦇🄽🄸🄲🄺🦇💀🎃 (@ColossusNick) October 26, 2022
Did you smell the hot soup? You are not alone as several wrestling fans flagged the post. It was indeed a hoax based on a portrait made in 2019.
This tweet is inspired by a meme that was all the rage on the internet a few years ago.
Scientists at Harvard University have created this 3D Model depicting what ancient Egyptian queen Cleopatra may have looked like. pic.twitter.com/61jvKuT88r
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