Not who you replied to, but you got my attention for a moment.>Miracle of the Sun
Three shepherd kids get visited by white lady who repeatedly reappears to them, tells them predictions of the future including their own near death (caused by her own apparition btw, radiation is a bitch), before she lastly appears before thousands of people near Fatima in Portugal, where she is seen in a dull metal disc surrounded by a glow, dancing over the sky like a butterfly, shining drying rainbow light on all witnesses that were wet from an earlier rain.
Personally, I take that account as authentic and for that very reason I disagree with you wholeheartedly that it has anything to do with your religion at all. The pope did not head the advice of the "lady mary" who appeared there and revealed the three secrets in time to humanity, so the head of church directly disobeyed the holy mother and will of god? Bullshit to the extreme. Plus, your made up religion does not match up with the facts, which are a metal craft in the sky and some white lady in it. Whoever that was, she was corporeal and needed technology to get here and do what she did. Miraculous? Maybe, certainly impressive given our current state of technology. Supernatural or divine? Nothing points at that.
Same goes for the sighting at Zeitoun. Anyone having some form of advanced tech level can create apparitions like that and even the Hebrew Tanakh only mentions technological means by which Malakim visit humans (Esekiel, Enoch, etc.).