The first girl falls to her knees and shouts,
"It's the second coming!" she then proceeds to pray for forgiveness for all the things she's ever done wrong.
The second girl started crying and reading her scriptures, cramming, as it were, for the eternal test.
The third girl glances up at the beam of light and merely grunts.
"Why," said the fourth girl to the third girl "do you not think it's the second coming?"
The third girl rolls her eyes and says, "Not unless Jesus is going to Weber State University first. That's their *moon spot."
The fourth girl looked down at the now confused repentant girls and laughed really really hard.
I was that fourth girl.
I suppose there should have been some immortal lesson about being prepared with maybe a ten virgins analogy thrown in, but I was too busy laughing.
*Weber state has a spotlight they shine up to the moon to measure the distance between here and there. But it can easily be mistaken for the pillar of light often associated with celestial descents. It also has been used to call Utah's own vigilante when it's cloudy.