Ian McCormack touched a poisonous jellyfish and stood on the threshold of Eternity

It might be worthwhile to look at poisonous jellyfish. I invite you to a short film:

After Wikipedia:

Chironex fleckeri, commonly known as sea wasp, is a species of deadly venomous box jellyfish found in coastal waters from northern Australia and New Guinea north to the Philippines and Vietnam. It has been described as “the most lethal jellyfish in the world”, with at least 63 known deaths in Australia from 1884 to 1996.

Notorious for its sting, C. fleckeri has tentacles up to 3 m (9.8 ft) long covered with millions of cnidocytes which, on contact, release microscopic darts delivering an extremely powerful venom. Being stung commonly results in excruciating pain, and if the sting area is significant, an untreated victim may die in two to five minutes. The amount of venom in one animal is said to be enough to kill 60 adult humans, although most stings are mild and do not require hospitalization.

Let’s listen to John himself telling about his adventure worthy of eternity:

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2 thoughts on “Ian McCormack touched a poisonous jellyfish and stood on the threshold of Eternity

  1. Thomas Post author

    This story amazes me so far. How important is the prayer of indifferent and even evil. Reward for forgiveness given other people – gigantic! Forgiveness is a cause to have place in the, true and unique, House. One more thing … God was talking to John on his way to possible death. He is with us in every situation, but we do not realize it!

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