A soon-to-be mother from Evansville, Indiana, has reported seeing an image resembling Jesus Christ on the cross in the sonogram image of her baby boy.
Aley Meyer told 14 News that she started noticing the image in the sonogram only after someone pointed it out to her during a baby shower.
"We took a picture of it and blew it up on my phone to get a closer look and it is so much detail. You can see the hair and his legs crossed and everything," Meyer exclaimed.
"Everybody was just shocked, everybody was like, 'I have to see that, I have to see that," she continued. "I think it's pretty amazing."
She added that the image has blown up over Facebook and revealed that she believes it could be a message from God.
"I've been on a lot of medicine for my Chron's disease and I've been very worried about it, so I feel like it's a sign that everything's going to be OK with him," Meyer said.
Other 'divinely inspired' sonograms in the past few years include an instance back in December 2011 when a New York pastor shared an ultrasound of his 19-week-old son in the womb, who appeared to be striking the "tebowing" pose of former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow, a devoted Christian who made the prayer-like pose famous during his on-field celebrations.
"I saw the little fist on his/her temple and the other knee bent, and I said right away 'The baby is Tebowing!'" John Keller told The Christian Post at the time.
"I admire Tim. He is who he is and no matter how much he's criticized, he responds positively," Keller added. "I heard Tim's mom speak at an event in 2010 and you couldn't help but root for Tim more and admire his family's strength."
Back in February, a Doritos Super Bowl ad featuring an unborn baby in a sonogram sparked nationwide debate across America after some pro-abortion groups, such as NARAL, argued that it used "anti-choice tactics of humanizing fetuses."
CP op-ed contributor Michael Brown shot back against NARAL, arguing that its criticism of the ad shows that it has "no heart."
"But what NARAL said about the 'anti-choice' (= pro-life) 'tactic of humanizing fetuses' reminds us that, even more tragically, NARAL does not have a heart," Brown wrote. "There's a reason that the vast majority of women who see their ultrasound choose not to abort their babies."