I'm with the skeptics here, and my christmation name IS Thomas...LOL!
I watched the video, then went back and watched part of it again, and the baby Jesus mouth is "moving" as well. Once the camera zooms in closer the "moving" appears to stop, or at least slow down, this leads me to believe it is simply the digital artifacts and pixalization from the image. Notice other parts of the image "move" as well. In the end, my thought was if this is real "what is the point?" Is there some point to this? Touch her hand? Why? Miracles in the NT were performed because God is merciful, AND as a sign to bring people to faith. Even many of our "weeping Icons" I have serious doubts about because there seems to be no point. The Theotokos is crying because we're all sinful? I dunno, that just doesn't seem to flow with the rest of Orthodox theology. Did any Icons weep during the holocaust when such weeping would have been totally appropriate? Weeping icons in Texas or other places which are not exactly the worst places on earth just don't make much sense to me. Again, I'm a skeptic and God can do whatever He wants for whatever reason He wants. if this icon strengthens someone's faith, then all the better. But all I see is digital artifacts bluring out her mouth....now there were a few times where I looked and thought, wow, it DOES look real. But then my mind brings me back to the POINT of it all? Like Douglas, I admit maybe I'm just thinking too "Protestant", but I remain skeptical. The blinking Icon of the theotokos was FAR more convincing, just from video evidence, but again, what's the point? Part of me wonders if there isn't some deception by the Enemy going on here, and I'm hardly one who sees Satan going around playing tricks on everyone. But Paul did say he appears as an angel of light.....but this could just be Protestant hang ups I still have, or just my skeptical nature coming out. But I remain cautious because there HAVE been many deceptions over the centuries, like the Monastery in Texas or wherever it was.