Dating the turin shroud
Historical record can place the shroud in the late 1300s.Scholars debate its existence previous to 1390, describing the period before that as “very murky territory.” Even during the middle ages there was disagreement over authenticity of the cloth, with written claims at the time between church officials suggesting it was a forgery.Health problems may occur for the unborn child of a mother with Rh-Negative blood when the baby is Rh-Positive.The large Grave Creek Mound proved to be an irresistible attraction to early antiquarians and curiosity seekers.Thaddeus (1 of the 70) come to Edessa carrying a cloth. There was no mention of an image but it could have been the same cloth, especially if 50 years was needed to make the image appear.
Some Christians believe the image was transferred from Jesus’ body onto the cloth with a release of “divine light” or energy upon his resurrection.
Initial examinations led to the formation of an 11-member Turin Commission composed of scientists and advisors, and in 1977 the Shroud of Turin Research Project (STURP) was born. If you can make the picture smaller, or just back away, more and more is revealed. oh, I find it necessary to remind you that you are looking at the image of, and created by the LORD! https://flic.kr/p/Zhet Bm https://flic.kr/p/Yrrq Sv He wasn't Jesus. There are human traces because they wrapped up a person who was tortured to death then it was... So people went over and spread themselves over it through obsession. Jesus wouldn't have looked Caucasian/Hispanic anyway plus he wasn't a man. I have not ever, even for a fraction of a millisecond of conscious life, doubted its reality, and looking through this thread written by people who are wasting their lives nit-picking through their own lack of consciousness, glued to their microscopes and their computer screens, when they deny the divinity of even a leaf, let alone a tree, or their own, or their fellows, it does seem to me incredibly sad and stupid of them so to do, because they are not in the same world that the believer and the conscious enlightened man inhabits at all, and it were better they set off somewhere where the genuinely miraculous/paranormal CAN be experienced today, rather than waste their time on a shroud, that (unlike a genuine guru/boddhisattva/avatar ) cannot raise them from among the dead.
Their findings, based on a gamut of rigorous tests, were reported in 1981, stating: "We can conclude for now that the Shroud image is that of a real human form of a scourged, crucified man. The blood stains are composed of hemoglobin and also give a positive test for serum albumin. Or, zoom in for specific detail on any item or symbol. I’m new to AO so I missed the original discussion but I wonder why no one brought up older accounts of the shroud.
The cloth, a pale sheet of woven fabric approximately 14-feet (4.5 meters) –long, might be considered unremarkable save for the distinctive reddish-brown markings on its front and back.
The image of a prone man with hands folded can be made out on the cloth, with both the front and back views of the head meeting neatly at the middle of the sheet, suggesting it was folded over the front and back of a naked body in death.