Agnes Blannbekin, an Austrian saint who lived in the 13th and 14th centuries, was not your average nun. She wasn’t technically a nun at all, but she lived in a religious community where even her followers thought she was weird. For example, they made fun of her for bowing in the basement of a certain house when she passed it, but they shut up when it was discovered that a witch stole bread for the Eucharist and stuffed it into a wine bottle would have. and hid it in this basement. At least that’s the story.
She had all kinds of visions, of course, like sparks flying into a preacher̵
… the greatest sweetness on her tongue, a small piece of skin like the skin in an egg that she swallowed. After swallowing it, she again felt the little skin on her tongue with sweetness as before, and swallowed it again. And that happened to her about a hundred times. And when she felt it so often, she was tempted to touch it with her finger. And when she wanted that, that little skin ran over her neck by itself. And she was told that the foreskin was risen with the Lord on the day of the resurrection. And so great was the sweetness to taste this little skin that she felt in everything [her] Limbs and parts of the limbs a sweet transformation.