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40 yrs ago STURP began in Vatican City, 1st time a major Relic Scientifically studied

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posted on Nov, 18 2018 @ 08:28 AM
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Apparently it was manufactured in India and from there traded into Palestine by the first century, there were routes of this kind of textiles to Petra by that time.

Europeans took centuries to be able to develop the necessary technology to make this same kind of cloths, but they were very well known in middle east by the first century.

The Shroud original material was just linen, before all the ulterior repairs and reweaven. If this might be Medieval European most likely should be cottom or wool or a mixture of both.

Joseph of Arimatae, who provided the shroud of Christ described in the gospels, was a wealthy member of the Jewish Sanhedrin, he had all the economic means to buy something like this in Jerusalem Market for his own burial.

The Angel of Lightness




posted on Nov, 18 2018 @ 08:28 AM
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originally posted by: The angel of light
a reply to: Blackfinger

Apparently it was manufactured in India and from there traded into Palestine by the first century, there were routes of this kind of textiles to Petra by that time.

Europeans took centuries to be able to develop the necessary technology to make this same kind of cloths, but they were very well known in middle east by the first century.

The Shroud original material was just linen, before all the ulterior repairs and reweaven. If this might be Medieval European most likely should be cottom or wool or a mixture of both.

Joseph of Arimatae, who provided the shroud of Christ described in the gospels, was a wealthy member of the Jewish Sanhedrin, he had all the economic means to buy something like this in Jerusalem Market for his own burial.

The Angel of Lightness


Who perform the recent tests of DNA sequences extracted from polen collected from the Shroud is Dr Gianni Barcaccia.

His team findings confirm the results gotten by the Swisser Criminologist Max Frei who was allowed to take samples from the shroud in scotch tapes by 1973.

Padova University DNA polen tests results from Shroud
edit on 11/18/2018 by The angel of light because: (no reason given)



posted on Nov, 18 2018 @ 08:28 AM
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originally posted by: The angel of light
a reply to: Blackfinger

Apparently it was manufactured in India and from there traded into Palestine by the first century, there were routes of this kind of textiles to Petra by that time.

Europeans took centuries to be able to develop the necessary technology to make this same kind of cloths, but they were very well known in middle east by the first century.

The Shroud original material was just linen, before all the ulterior repairs and reweaven. If this might be Medieval European most likely should be cottom or wool or a mixture of both.

Joseph of Arimatae, who provided the shroud of Christ described in the gospels, was a wealthy member of the Jewish Sanhedrin, he had all the economic means to buy something like this in Jerusalem Market for his own burial.

The Angel of Lightness


Here is the link toward the latest study of DNA samples test taken from the shroud that suggest the thesis that came from India.

The tests were carried out over samples of polen of plants vacuumed from the Shroud of Turin by scientists of Padova University.

Please check

DNA samples tests suggest Shroud was manufactured in India

edit on 11/18/2018 by The angel of light because: (no reason given)



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