The Peace of God to all that belong to the Light
About 20 years ago an interesting hypothesis was mentioned first Time, at least in the modern era, about how the Holy Shroud of Turin came brought by
Templar knights to the west from Constantinople around the year 1204 AD.
The author researcher Daniel C. Scavone from
University of Southern Indiana in 1996 formulated this so interesting possible explanation of the link existing in between the Medieval legends about
a hypothetical trip of Joseph of Arimathea to Britain carrying the Holy Grail and the way the Shroud of Christ was stolen during the fourth crusade
from a church in Constantinople by French crusades.
The work of this Historian became almost forgotten due to the crisis of credibility that the Shroud suffer between 1988 and 2007, due to the conflict
among the STURP tests of 1978 and the non authorized C14 test of 1982 carried out in Libermory laboratory in California working in recommendation of
new protocols of preservation of the relic, which both supported the authenticity, with respect the 1988 C14 tests denying it.
Recent revelations from Statistical Analysis of Variance tests carried out over the C14 data from 1988 by experts of the Padua, Bolognia and Emilia
Universities under the direction of Dr Giulio Fanti in 2007 (Reni, Atkinson, Crosilla) )and of mechanical and (FTIR and Raman) spectroscopy tests
(Basso, Malfi,Tinti, Baraldi)in 2014 has showed that the relic currently stored in the Cathedral of St John the Baptist in Turin, North Italy is
likely to have the age of to be genuinely the Burial cloth of the Historic Jesus of Nazareth.
1) a paper in the journal Vibrational Spectroscopy, July 2013, "Non-destructive dating of ancient flax textiles by means of vibrational spectroscopy"
by Giulio Fanti, Pietro Baraldi, Roberto Basso, and Anna Tinti, Volume 67, pages 61-70;
2) a paper titled "A new cyclic-loads machine for the measurement of micro-mechanical properties of single flax fibers coming from the Turin Shroud"
by Giulio Fanti and Pierandrea Malfi for the XXI AIMETA (Italian Association of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics) congress in 2013, and
3) the 2013 book "Il Mistero della Sindone" (The Mystery of the Shroud), written by Giulio Fanti and Saverio Gaeta in Italian.
The fact that the relic has now been showed to be an authentic first century Hebrew Shroud in this decade has open again the possibility that was for
many years destestimated, after the negative results of the C14 dating of 1988, that the human blood that is on it, which has been also confirmed as
authentic since 1978, be the actually blood of Christ.
The STURP 1978 findings together with a rigorous analysis of the Arthurian literature and the finding in 1941 by Archaelogists of a Templar catecombe
chapel in Sommerset England on which on a wooden panel covering a wall is painted a bearded man face that resembles the Shroud one, are the elements
that Daniel C Scavone have used to support his thesis about that the Legendary Grail was nothing else than the Holy Shroud that temporally was in the
South of England, very close to the place archaelogy suggest was located the also legendary city of Camelot.
Historians have established that Joseph of Arimathea probably never traveled to the west, but his legend could be a literary creation that was based
on a real fact, the presence of the Shroud he used to wrap Jesus in English soil.
The thread is open to discuss this amazing research work that link literature, with popular folklore, Archaelogy and the most modern not destructive
methods of dating of ancient textiles.
Thanks for your attention
The Angel of Lightness
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