Previous reported imperfections, the back of the image two inches larger than the front, is actually the brainbox size. I carry the same feature.
Courtesy of Dr Eowyn/Fellowship of the minds & DC Clothesline
New evidence dates Shroud of Turin to time of Christ
The Shroud of Turin is a rectangular 14 ft 5 in × 3 ft 7 in piece of woven flax cloth, believed by Christians to be the burial cloth of Jesus. The cloth bears the faint, brownish 3D imprint of the front and back view of the face and body of a bearded naked man — muscular and tall (various experts have measured him as from 5 ft 7 in to 6 ft 2 in). The imprint shows reddish-brown stains from wounds at the man’s wrist and pinpricks around his brow which are consistent with Christ’s wounds from being nailed to the cross and from the “crown of thorns” mockingly pressed onto his scalp.
To this day, scientists cannot account for how the image had been…
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