By Lisa Haven
According to a documentary called “50-Minute Documentary about “new findings’ on the Shroud of Turin”, and based on the work of scientists in Sicily, new claims have surfaced about a fresh discovery on the Shroud of Turin.
If you are unfamiliar with the Shroud, it is a centuries-old linen cloth that supposedly bears the image of the crucified man, Jesus Christ of Nazareth. Modern science has completed hundreds of thousands of hours of detailed study and intense research on the Shroud. It is, in fact, the single most studied artifact in human history, and we know more about it today than we ever have before. And yet, the controversy rages on.
Today, new information has surfaced that reveals a secondary discovery. This discovery just might be what skeptics need to solidify its link to Christ.
All that and more below…
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Prior Discoveries: No matter how photographic experts render it, it always comes out with a Positive Image. Also, anatomical experts have published that Christ in the Shroud measures to be the theoretically perfect anatomical male, except for a slight elongation of the rib cage, from hanging on the Cross.
Most Interesting Report! Nice! I’m 99% sure this is Christ on the Shroud. (Which dispels all the namby-pamby, anemic artist conceptions of an effeminate Christ.) The Shroud portrays a rugged male who definitely would qualify as a carpenter. My less than 1% reservation is from Josephus, who said Christ had “black, curly hair.” Josephus was unusually accurate as a Jewish historian, but may have been referring to a younger Christ or bogus hearsay. (I have a very, very small piece of the True Cross of Christ, but I’ll never know if it was a part He actually touched. Constantine’s mother and her royal entourage brought back a large chunk of the Cross to Europe,
where small pieces circulated among poor monks and grandiose Royalty in their crowns. My piece is from Belgium….”
Lisa, I am one that does not believe the shroud is connected to Jesus.
Gospel of John 20:4-8 reveals two separate articles of burial clothes.
John 11, the story of Lazarus’ resurrection. He was wrapped in burial strips
also; having to be loosed.
Thanks lady for your intense reporting of important things!
Have to strongly disagree with Stan. World experts been studying this for decades.