Please drop the condescending, patronising tone: it really is unbecoming.
The reason I did not discuss Fatima is because it is off-topic. I also think that the idea of a 'spinning sun' is not miraculous in nature. I do not have an explanation for it because I am not a scientist, I know nothing about meterology and weather phenomena - and, I suspect, nor do you. However, I think it muchh, much more likely to have a rational explanation than a supernatural one.
In respect of the monk sitting in a tub of vinegar with a higher boiling point than water, it really is mundane.
I expect that you imagine God is somehow intervening here to protect the faithful. There is no need to discuss it as it is off-topic.The fact you ask me to explain it is like me asking you how Dynamo, the British illusionist performs this illusion of levitation in front of a crowd of people standing at the feet of the Christ the Redeemer statue in Brazil.
Watch it here (3 and a half minutes long!) and marvel at how God helps him to levitate in front of a statue of Christ:
ETA: Magic? A miracle, witnessed by at least 100 people? What's your spiritual explanation?
The shroud of Turin is also off-topic. I have no interest in discussing a piece of cloth - does it prove a man was crucified? Possibly. Does this mean the man was Jesus? Unlikely but I concede it is possible. Does this mean anything at all other than there was a man named Jesus who was crucified? No.
Does it prove he died? No. Does it prove he was resurrected three days later? No.
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