The snapshot was taken through Google Earth's Street View Site.
The image allegedly shows Jesus and Mary seemingly walking side by side, looking over the A5 highway, near Walensee, Switzerland.
The image, which resembled the image of Jesus, is wrapped in black cloth; while the image resembling Virgin Mary appeared in a combination of white and pink colours. She seemed to be bowing down and praying.
Of course, people with sharp "tech" eyes can easily point out that the image could more likely be the outcome of an imaging software glitch.
On more realistic "sightings", through Google Earth as well, an aerial snapshot of the church of Christian Science Society of Dixon in Illinois showed its roof structure resembling the male genital.
Viewers took the image with malice as the motto of the church was "Rising Up."
A street-level view of the church speaks of the holiness that surrounds the place, but, it is a completely different story when someone takes the aerial view.
Redditors were the very first ones to see the resemblance and described it as a "swollen-headed sanctuary."
In response to this, the church of Christian Science Society of Dixon changed its Facebook cover photo to a Google Earth shot of its rooftop structure covered with a fig leave.
People were definitely having an amazing time trying out and exploring Google Earth.
However, Google Earth should not be taken just for mere fun and curiosity.
On Oct 16, 2013, Google launched a video ad of an Indian-born Australian man, whom through Google Earth, found his hometown and birth mother after 26 years of being separated.
(Credit: Google Earth YouTube Page)
On Oct 14, The Sydney Morning Herald reported that Halo Trust, a non-profit organisation, used Google Earth to get aerial shots of warn-torn countries in order to plot and avoid mine fields and track clearance effort.
In another report from The Sydney Morning Herald, Google Earth was instrumental in saving the elephants in Africa from elephant poachers who were after ivory profit.
One report from the Grant Pass Daily said that the Rogue Area Drug Enforcement team also used Google Earth to bust a pot garden at Grants Pass.