The Star and the Tree

Kaaba close-up

Kaaba close-up (Photo credit: transposition)

In the name of The God, The Most Gracious The Most Merciful.

There is a tree in Sydney, Australia that looks like a man bowing forward; and it is actually facing in the Qiblah, toward The Kaabah.

Here is an interesting video about it:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtS34Bj_ve8

This is interesting because of what The Qur’an says in 55:6:

“And the star and the tree both prostrate.”

This tree is apparently a living example of 55:6 of The Qur’an.

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