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3D Reconstruction of the Shroud of Turin

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posted on Jan, 27 2019 @ 12:40 PM
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The Shroud of Turin is a remarkable relic, though precisely how remarkable is up for fervent debate. I'm not here to attempt to prove one position or another-- I have my beliefs and surely you have yours, and either way the preserved image of a crucified man has been used to create a striking figure.


Read about the process and the team who completed the project here:
www.mysterious-times.com...

This statue is the three-dimensional representation of the Sindone Man’s natural grandeur, made on the millimeter measures taken from the canvas on which the body of Christ was wrapped during the crucifixion “, explains Giulio Fanti, Professor of Mechanical and Thermal Measurements at the Università di Padova and expert of the relic.

The reconstruction revealed a shocking number of wounds on the executed body.

On the Holy Shroud – the professor adds – I have counted 370 flagellate wounds, without taking into account the lateral ones, which the canvas does not offer because it only enveloped the anterior and posterior part of the body.



If nothing else, this sculpture is a phenomenal work of art. The features of the executed man show a serene contenance and the form could be straight from da Vinci's Vitruvian Man.


We may never fully comprehend what impulse lies in man that could wreak such utter devistation on life in all its beauty, and despite the spark of light we know animates us. But at least there exists art to reflect humanity (the best and the worst of) back to us.

Thanks for reading and I hope you have a wonderful day! Let me know if you find this interesting.

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posted on Jan, 27 2019 @ 12:49 PM
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Very very cool!! though I would think there would be some ''artists interpretation'' as it seems too perfect! which feels like an odd word for me to use on such a thing!

Whoever it was, Jesus or not, nobody deserved that! and here we are looking at it as either a religious relic or piece or art, it's strange to think about!

Ty Zosimov



posted on Jan, 27 2019 @ 12:57 PM
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a reply to: valiant

I'm so glad you find it as fascinating as I

I know what you mean about "perfect." The form is just beautiful to look at until the lacerations and wounds become clear.
It really strikes a chord with me. An incredible piece.
Have a great day, thank you valiant!!



posted on Jan, 27 2019 @ 01:07 PM
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The nose looks more Italian than Jewish. I suppose people moved around that area over the the last couple of thousand years. Maybe many Italians are similar to Jewish people



posted on Jan, 27 2019 @ 01:08 PM
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What an amazing piece of art!



posted on Jan, 27 2019 @ 01:40 PM
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Some scholars think that Jesus would not have had long hair. It wasn't the custom of Jewish men to wear their hair long during that time.



posted on Jan, 27 2019 @ 02:09 PM
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originally posted by: KansasGirl
Some scholars think that Jesus would not have had long hair. It wasn't the custom of Jewish men to wear their hair long during that time.


Only the Holy men were allowed to have long hair, since they did not consider Jesus as one of them they could have imprisoned or crucified him as an impersonator if he had long hair. Samson was considered a Holy person blessed with gods power, they cut his hair and he lost his power. The bible is a history book which needs to be interpreted properly to see what it really says.



posted on Jan, 27 2019 @ 02:09 PM
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a reply to: zosimov

I am rather moved/touched by this 3d image
many years ago I had a small Photostat of a death report written by a Christian doctor about what transpired
flogged within an inch of his life. infact flesh hanging off of his body. words to that effect
then nailed to the cross. the doctor concluded that our LORD more than likely died of a broken heart
alas lost the paper many years ago
but have never forgotten and have often wondered about the reports conclusion
but this is
wow what a MAN. the pain and suffering he was put through
yet the image has a certain peace about the face
remember he did say
Father it is done and then he gave up the ghost
thanks fort posting mate




posted on Jan, 27 2019 @ 02:31 PM
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originally posted by: rickymouse

originally posted by: KansasGirl
Some scholars think that Jesus would not have had long hair. It wasn't the custom of Jewish men to wear their hair long during that time.


Only the Holy men were allowed to have long hair, since they did not consider Jesus as one of them they could have imprisoned or crucified him as an impersonator if he had long hair. Samson was considered a Holy person blessed with gods power, they cut his hair and he lost his power. The bible is a history book which needs to be interpreted properly to see what it really says.


It wasn't a simple as you're representing. And men would have long hair if they were under a vow, or if the custom was longer hair during a certain time period, etc. It wasn't as cut and dried as "holy men had long hair."

The scriptures DONT mention Jesus being under a vow during the last days of his life on earth, and in fact he was doing what he always did which was to follow and obey the laws of the Torah and observe all the feasts and festivals.



posted on Jan, 27 2019 @ 02:35 PM
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a reply to: zosimov

Hmmm, maybe more artsy than actual?




posted on Jan, 27 2019 @ 02:37 PM
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originally posted by: KansasGirl

originally posted by: rickymouse

originally posted by: KansasGirl
Some scholars think that Jesus would not have had long hair. It wasn't the custom of Jewish men to wear their hair long during that time.


Only the Holy men were allowed to have long hair, since they did not consider Jesus as one of them they could have imprisoned or crucified him as an impersonator if he had long hair. Samson was considered a Holy person blessed with gods power, they cut his hair and he lost his power. The bible is a history book which needs to be interpreted properly to see what it really says.


It wasn't a simple as you're representing. And men would have long hair if they were under a vow, or if the custom was longer hair during a certain time period, etc. It wasn't as cut and dried as "holy men had long hair."

The scriptures DONT mention Jesus being under a vow during the last days of his life on earth, and in fact he was doing what he always did which was to follow and obey the laws of the Torah and observe all the feasts and festivals.


A vow to god would have been a better choice for my statement than Holy man. Because Sampson was not a priest or anything, only vowed to god. Jesus wouldn't have probably qualified to call himself the Son of man which sort of means Messiah by some interpretations. The translations in the bible are messed up, languages sometimes are not expressed well in translation.



posted on Jan, 27 2019 @ 02:44 PM
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a reply to: solve

I honestly can't say! Though the rendering does seem to resemble the shroud itself.


It really does come across as too "perfect" and also very stereotypically "Jesus-y" though. I understand your scepticism.
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posted on Jan, 27 2019 @ 04:02 PM
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it's my opinion the figure is not 'Art' as is a reconstruction of the data found on the Shroud of Turin
so the figure/sculpture is a 3D representation, that uses the Shroud as a template or blueprint to create a lifesize model


I suggested the Shroud will be an important factor in the future False Prophet's action of creating a 'living Image' to-the-Beast-that-did-live after receiving a mortal (fatal) head wound
And that Image to-the-Beast could then live & speak

evidently the future AntiChrist who recovers from the Mortal Head Wound might resemble the figure found on the Shroud of Turin (height/age/bearded/etc) which has been recreated as posted in the OP -> Is a warning to the Apocalypse believers to steady yourselves as this statue/Image is just a precursor to the MidWeek prophecy to come... where the Image is brought to Life & will breathe & speak


beware 'many' will be deceived...

 
ETA


the vest I wear was not in sympathy with the France Rioters... I got this vest years ago, here's the data from my Walmart receipt:

Online order (( Yellow Vest ))
Jun 22, 2017
1 item...ML Kishigo 1191-L-XL 6 Pocket Mesh Vest - Economy Lime L-XL
Sold by Clothing Shop Online, LLC
$10.40 ---- Delivered, ... Myrtle Beach, SC 29577


tyvm ATS PMs

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posted on Jan, 27 2019 @ 05:03 PM
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a reply to: rickymouse

www.quora.com...

Jesus came out of Nazareth making him. Nazarene by birth, Samson took a vow of a nazarite, Nazarites didn't cut there hair and that made Nazarites unique in Judaic life. Long hair was a expressly for women, men didn't have long hair. The shroud is not Jesus but people want to believe what they want to
People seem to worship this old rag, funny isn't it



posted on Jan, 27 2019 @ 05:20 PM
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originally posted by: Raggedyman
a reply to: rickymouse

People seem to worship this old rag, funny isn't it


This just strikes me as way too hyperbolic to be an honest statement.

I mean, do you REALLY know a single person who "seems to worship" this cloth (rather than the figure it represents)? In which way(s) does their worship manifest?



posted on Jan, 27 2019 @ 05:33 PM
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a reply to: Raggedyman

We know Jesus drank wine so he was not a nazarite.



posted on Jan, 27 2019 @ 06:39 PM
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originally posted by: rickymouse

originally posted by: KansasGirl

originally posted by: rickymouse

originally posted by: KansasGirl
Some scholars think that Jesus would not have had long hair. It wasn't the custom of Jewish men to wear their hair long during that time.


Only the Holy men were allowed to have long hair, since they did not consider Jesus as one of them they could have imprisoned or crucified him as an impersonator if he had long hair. Samson was considered a Holy person blessed with gods power, they cut his hair and he lost his power. The bible is a history book which needs to be interpreted properly to see what it really says.


It wasn't a simple as you're representing. And men would have long hair if they were under a vow, or if the custom was longer hair during a certain time period, etc. It wasn't as cut and dried as "holy men had long hair."

The scriptures DONT mention Jesus being under a vow during the last days of his life on earth, and in fact he was doing what he always did which was to follow and obey the laws of the Torah and observe all the feasts and festivals.


A vow to god would have been a better choice for my statement than Holy man. Because Sampson was not a priest or anything, only vowed to god. Jesus wouldn't have probably qualified to call himself the Son of man which sort of means Messiah by some interpretations. The translations in the bible are messed up, languages sometimes are not expressed well in translation.


"Son of Man" was one of Jesus's most frequent ways to refer ro himself. You're saying that it shouldn't be translated "Son of Man?"



posted on Jan, 27 2019 @ 08:45 PM
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Hmmm looks like more wish-thinking to me. The image on the shroud contains some distortions that show odd proportions; for example, compare the length of both forearms. Also, why would the detail showing individual fingers be so much better than detail from other parts of the body?

You also have to consider that an actual Jesus would've looked more like Frank Zappa than Charlton Heston.



posted on Jan, 27 2019 @ 08:58 PM
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originally posted by: KansasGirl

originally posted by: rickymouse

originally posted by: KansasGirl

originally posted by: rickymouse

originally posted by: KansasGirl
Some scholars think that Jesus would not have had long hair. It wasn't the custom of Jewish men to wear their hair long during that time.


Only the Holy men were allowed to have long hair, since they did not consider Jesus as one of them they could have imprisoned or crucified him as an impersonator if he had long hair. Samson was considered a Holy person blessed with gods power, they cut his hair and he lost his power. The bible is a history book which needs to be interpreted properly to see what it really says.


It wasn't a simple as you're representing. And men would have long hair if they were under a vow, or if the custom was longer hair during a certain time period, etc. It wasn't as cut and dried as "holy men had long hair."

The scriptures DONT mention Jesus being under a vow during the last days of his life on earth, and in fact he was doing what he always did which was to follow and obey the laws of the Torah and observe all the feasts and festivals.


A vow to god would have been a better choice for my statement than Holy man. Because Sampson was not a priest or anything, only vowed to god. Jesus wouldn't have probably qualified to call himself the Son of man which sort of means Messiah by some interpretations. The translations in the bible are messed up, languages sometimes are not expressed well in translation.


"Son of Man" was one of Jesus's most frequent ways to refer ro himself. You're saying that it shouldn't be translated "Son of Man?"


Son of man is used by prophets in the old Testiment, this includes some kings bestowed their position by god. It is sort of like a messiah in that they have a tie to god. Now a real messiah supposedly has the ability to chase out demons and to heal people, but I am not sure that some of that isn't made up. Benny Hinn has the ability to convince some people they are healed but it is usually just a short term thing, raising their spirit and boosting their energy for a while by stimulating belief. One thing about Jesus, he may have drank wine and ate with people but he did not get rich from donations.



posted on Jan, 27 2019 @ 09:00 PM
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It’s all about his butt. His butt is touching the cross.




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