Some Escarchas were scientifically tested between 1993 and 1995. Scientists from different laboratories at the Central University of Venezuela conducted two sets of studies. They found remarkable differences in human made glitter and the Escarchas that had appeared on different dates at the monastery of Carrizal, as well as at convents and at a Marian conference.
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This is what the scientists concluded:
The Escarchas are thin, light, and shine with apparently their own brightness; they do not reflect light shined on them in the same manner as does human made glitter. The Escarchas adhere to any surface and it is difficult to remove them. They present two faces or surfaces, as do some plant leaves which have a “top” and a “bottom” side.
On the other hand, human made glitter is rough and sandy, without its own brightness, it dazzles only when any light shines on it. It is not as adherent as Escarchas, and presents two equal surfaces.
Escarchas have the presence of protozoans or of green or various algae and blue or of diverse fungi, bubbles of air, water, and crystals. These elements always remained static, without activity, they seemed like fossils.
The human made glitter lacks the Escarchas presence of protozoans, fungi, and algae and contain nothing organic in them.
The Holy Escarchas, unlike human made glitter, are not metallic, nor plastic, nor mica, nor resins. Their composition could not be determined.
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