Scientists Claiming New Evidence Shows Shroud Of Turin Created Supernaturally

Filed Under (The HELL You Say!) by Billy Hallowell on 23-12-2011

If you’re familiar with the Shroud of Turin, you know the primary debate surrounding the relic: Either it was created as a forgery by medieval sources or the image present on it was imprinted from a burst of light that miraculously occurred during Jesus Christ’s resurrection.

The shroud features an image of a bearded man (i.e. Jesus) whose body appears to have wounds from nails in his hands and feed — the same locations that some believe were affected when Jesus was nailed to the cross.

While the debate has gone back and forth for years, Italian researchers are now saying that the cloth may, indeed, be authentic. These experts, according to the Daily Mail, claim that the criticisms waged against the shroud may not stand.

Since the shroud and “all its facets” still cannot be replicated using today’s top-notch technology, researchers suggest it is impossible that the original image could have been created in either period.

For years, skeptics have said that the 14 foot by 3 foot sheet dates back to medieval times, which would clearly debunk it as the actual burial cloth used to cover Jesus following his crucifixion. The image, researchers say, may have come about as a result of the electromagnetic energy that was expended during Christ’s resurrection experience.


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