For Christ sake you call this thing a nonsense`? So thousands of people seeing this must either be blind or stupid. Very sad to hear such stuff this is a miracle and still we choose to be Thomas.
How do you *know* this? Have you been there and seen it yourself? Have you spoken to people you know who have been there? Or is the only exposure a cached web page?
A good general rule for any information is: What is the source
of said information? Is it a Primary source? Secondary? Tertiary?http://www.uscupstate.edu/library/LibraryPathfinders/PrimarySources/sources-home.html
Is it a translation? If so, how good was the translator?
TomS has a uncle-in-law to whom he has spoken in person.
Doing a bit of google myself out of curisosity here is another view from http://kefhelm.tripod.com/2ndSiteNewLayout/hotspots/hotspots.htm
Markopoulo & Arginia: High on the hill top above the resort of Katelios between August 6th and 15th small harmless snakes have been making their appearance for centuries in the church of Panayia of Langouvarda and in the village of Arginia higher up the slopes of Mount Ainos. The original church of Langouvarda was burned in 1945 and completely destroyed in the earthquakes of 1953. From the night of August 6th 'telescopus fallax' known as the cat snake appears in and around the church's courtyard, walls and bell tower. The inhabitants of the villages consider them to be holy, collecting these harmless creatures and setting them in front of the silver icon
of the 'Virgin of the Snakes'. After the festival on the 15th August these honoured guests leave until the same time next year. Some say it's a miracle, whilst others believe the wet damp route that runs from the fresh water spring in Arginia down the ravine to Markopoulo is a migratory path. Locals consider their presence as a good omen for the coming year. During the German occupation in the second world war and the earthquake of 1953 the snakes failed to appear.
and the snake in question "Telescopus Fallax", the European Cat Snake is
"is a semi-venomous snake, although not dangerous to humans."http://www2.pms-lj.si/exhibitions/snakes_why.html