Prints are available of the photo of the Pillar of Fire photographed above Brother Branham’s head in January 1950. (The smallest size is 4”x6” and the largest is 16”x20”.)

On January 24, 1950, in Houston, Texas, a black-and-white photograph was taken which did record the Light. This photograph was examined and pronounced authentic by Mr. George J. Lacy, Examiner of Questioned Documents, Houston, Texas: “Based upon the above described examination and study I am of the definite opinion that the negative submitted for examination, was not retouched nor was it a composite or double exposed negative. Further, I am of the definite opinion that the light streak appearing above the head in a halo position was caused by light striking the negative.”

Brother Branham told about this experience in several sermons, including, “Testimony,” preached on November 29, 1953 p.m.

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