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posted on Feb, 28 2007 @ 12:01 PM
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Also, how exactly is an image supposed to be transferred from a person to a cloth?




posted on Feb, 28 2007 @ 01:36 PM
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Originally posted by chief_counsellor
The shroud is a burial cloth, why would they place JDM in a burial cloth before burning him at the stake?


You're assuming it is a burial cloth.



Originally posted by Masonic Light
Also, how exactly is an image supposed to be transferred from a person to a cloth?


A chemical process called Volckringer patterns.

istina.rin.ru...


Volckringer patterns are produced when acids from the plant are transfered to the paper causing cellulose degradation (oxidation). The most prominent plant acid in this process is lactic acid. Where would lactic acid fit in with the Shroud body image formation process? Human perspiration contains a certain amount of lactic acid. A person who had been tortured and crucified would have sweated profusely and medical studies have shown that this perspiration would have very high concentrations of lactic acid. Thus, this could have been the transferring agent involved in producing the body image on the Shroud.


Here is another interesting link (PDF):
www.shroud.com...
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posted on Feb, 28 2007 @ 08:17 PM
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Originally posted by TheComte


A chemical process called Volckringer patterns.

istina.rin.ru...


Volckringer patterns are produced when acids from the plant are transfered to the paper causing cellulose degradation (oxidation). The most prominent plant acid in this process is lactic acid. Where would lactic acid fit in with the Shroud body image formation process? Human perspiration contains a certain amount of lactic acid. A person who had been tortured and crucified would have sweated profusely and medical studies have shown that this perspiration would have very high concentrations of lactic acid. Thus, this could have been the transferring agent involved in producing the body image on the Shroud.




Thanks, I've always wondered about that, but still am sort of skeptical. Will look into it, though.



posted on Mar, 22 2007 @ 04:28 PM
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De Molay's torture consisted of a crude 'crown of thorns' being pressed on his head, which was pretty much just a band of iron with nails protruding from it all around. He was flogged severly in the same fashion Christ was flogged with a whip which had pieces of bone or metal attached it in order to rip the flesh nicely. He was then nailed to a door in the Paris Temple, similar to Christ's crucifixion. After they were done with him he was wrapped in a large sheet (or shroud), dragged back to his quarters and thrown on his cot where he supposedly laid motionless (undoubtedly because of his injuries, he was an old man, after all) for two days. It is said that lactic acid, blood and bacteria interacted with something on the sheet and hence the imprint (it isn't entirely unheard of, in the 1980's a cancer patient in Enland left his imprint on the sheets in a similar fashion, however, they think it was due to radiation of some form or another). What was on the sheet, no clue, however, the sheet was supposedly the induction cloth, meaning that at induction of a new Templar into the order the cloth was laid across his shoulders for a few moments. Where it came from, who knows. But the Templars were in the Crusades, who is to say that they didn't bring the cloth from the Holy Land (without any imprint, naturally) to France and used it as an induction cloth until the purge by Philip and Clement?



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