Bible VR gives inside look to the ACTUAL site of Jesus’ miraculous birth




Join virtual tour guide Danny Herman, known as “Danny the Digger,” as you take a 360-degree look through one of the holiest sites on earth.

According to the Sancuary of Bethlehem, their virtual tour will go from simple images to an immersive experience.

Using the site’s features, you can take a look at the ceilings, walls, floors and into every little nook and cranny!

According to the Sancuary of Bethlehem, their virtual tour will go from simple images to an immersive experience.

Using the site’s features, you can take a look at the ceilings, walls, floors and into every little nook and cranny!

Arrive at the Church of Bethlehem and take a look at its entrance, tour the basilica, caves and buildings around the church.

Let Danny the Digger guide you to the site where many agree Christ was born and where he was nestled safely in the manger.

Daily Mail, explained Danny the Digger explains the site of the Nativity is “one of the holiest sites in the Holy Land,”

Gesturing with his virtual body, Danny the Digger adds, “This block is marking the very spot of his delivery.”

According to The Sun, film Director and producer Pearry Teo shot the footage for the Nativity site. He stated: “I believe in keeping tradition alive by sharing with people the wonders of the world, its rich history and to open the eyes of those who may never have a chance to visit Israel and the Holy Land.

Take a peek into the "holiest site of the Holy Land."Take a peek into the “holiest site of the Holy Land.”

“This is more than just Christianity. For those interested in history, architecture or geography, it is a peek at one of the most fascinating holy sites in the world.

“There was certainly a sense of overwhelming indescribable holiness – profound silence and peacefulness pervades the entire location. The authorities who gave me permission to film in there were very helpful and amazingly pleasant. There is definitely an air around the place when you go there.

“Even Muslims come from all over to pay their respects there, so that was definitely an eye opener. To see people of different religions and denominations come together, that was truly a wonderful thing.”

In closing, Teo explained the system is the “closest thing to experiencing the Holy Land, short of being there yourself.

“This makes the experience very personal, because how a person explores these locations is really up to them.”

The 360 Nativity tour is part of a larger project that includes a look through the Gospel, called Bible VR.

Bible VR is available at the Google Play store and iOS.

By Kenya Sinclair





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