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SEE 3D MODEL OF JESUS FROM SHROUD

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SEE 3D MODEL OF JESUS FROM SHROUD
'We believe we have made precise image,' says professor

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If indeed the Shroud of Turin is the burial cloth of Jesus, Professor Giulio Fanti of Italy’s University of Padua believes he has created the first 3D model of his image and body.

“We believe that we have the precise image of what Jesus looked like on this earth,” said Fanti, who teaches mechanical and thermal measurements and is a Shroud researcher. “This statue is the three-dimensional representation in actual size of the Man of the Shroud, created following the precise measurements taken from the cloth in which the body of Christ was wrapped after the crucifixion.”

Through the study and three-dimensional projection of the figure, Fanti was also able to count the numerous wounds on the body of the man of the Shroud.


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The original image on the shroud is that of Jaques DeMolay the leader of the Knights Templar. He was slow roasted outside of Paris. The image was created by the heat and oils from the body.
 

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The original image on the shroud is that of Jaques DeMolay the leader of the Knights Templar. He was slow roasted outside of Paris. The image was created by the heat and oils from the body.
Where did you hear that story?
 

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Where did you hear that story?

I copied it from the comments below the story, word for word.

However, I was just being lazy, I have heard this type thing before. He was roasted on an island in the river in Paris, not outside Paris. The shroud first appeared in the possession of a Templar linked family well after the last Grand Master of the Knights Templar was executed. So the story makes a lot of sense. More sense than Jesus the Jew was a 5'11'' Norman with a full beard and a robust build. 3D model looks exactly like I would think the Grand Master of a group of Knights would look like, you know, a warrior monk.

That dude in the 3D model was built to swing a two-handed battle sword and wear a full suit of armor, a medieval tank if you will, not a "turn the other cheek to get slapped" love your neighbor guy.

I don't know why they are always portraying the Knights Templars as bad guys in all the movies over the years, to me they were pretty cool, they were the original Special Forces and when mounted on armored horses, they were very efficient battle tanks. They were able to kill vast numbers of their enemies. Like Vikings in a way, and most likely most of them were descended from Vikings, aka Normans, which is really Northmen, meaning Vikings.

I have also read in the past that Jesus was a little hunched-back guy about 5 foot 2 or something.
 
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According to Scripture "he had no stature nor beauty that we should stare at him." In other words, people were not attracted to him because of his looks, but because of his presence. Jesus was an ordinary-looking Israelite man. The average Jewish man was about 5'0" to 5'4". He was likely tawny (he was a carpenter and he fasted 40 days before beginning his 3.5 year public ministry). His hair and dress would have been that which was required by the Jewish law of Moses.
 

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Everyone would do quite well to pay attention what is said in the gospels about the death and burial of Christ. That alone shows the shroud of Turan to be fake. A little more attention to timing of sabbaths and of Passover would sort out other common religious error. Paying attention to Jewish law concerning death, burial along with preps for high holy days like the Passover feast can clear much in the way of religious myth and error.
 

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If Jesus was real (a retelling of Joshua myth), they would both be black! The kinsman redeemer & savior for the "Curse of Agade".


 

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mofo sheet! dat aint jesus! dont chall know! jesus be black!
 

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Going to a Catholic Grade school back in the day the story of Veronica's veil was often referred to. Here is a brief rundown


The woman who wiped the face of Christ on the way to Calvary
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St Veronica (July 12)

Veronica, it has been believed, wiped the face of Christ when He fell under the weight of the Cross on the way to Calvary. Much later the story developed that He left an image of His face on the cloth.

The tale rests entirely on faith, for there is no convincing evidence even that Veronica existed. Her very name, created from the Latin vera (true), and the Greek eikon (image), suggests a pious confection.

The earliest reference to Veronica, dating from the fourth or fifth century, appears in the Acts of Pilate, where she is identified with the woman whom Jesus cured of an issue of blood after she had touched the hem of His garment (Mt 9:20-22).

Later, the narrative continues, this Veronica went to Rome and cured the Emperor Tiberius by showing him a painting she had made of Christ after her own healing.
It was not until the early 13th century, however, that accounts began to multiply in Rome of “Veronica’s veil”, miraculously impressed with the image of Christ.

St Peter’s had possessed a towel said to have been used by Christ during his Passion. Now it was held to bear His likeness. In 1216 Pope Innocent III authorised a Mass and Office of the Holy Face.

There had long been a painting of Christ at the Lateran, supposedly executed by St Luke. In the 13th century other Roman churches began to display images of the Holy Face. Copies proliferated throughout Europe, notably at Laon, in northern France, which became a popular pilgrimage centre.

When Rome was sacked by the mutinous troops of Charles V in 1527 the soldiers auctioned off the St Peter’s Veronica in a tavern. In the 17th century it was apparently rediscovered in a relic chamber which Bernini had built into one of the piers supporting the dome of St Peter’s. This veil, however, bears no image.

There had been an especially celebrated cloth painting of the head of Jesus at Edessa in Syria, dating from the sixth century. Around the 10th century the story began to circulate that the image had been produced by Jesus Himself pressing a towel to his face. This cloth disappeared after being transferred to Constantinople in 1204. It seems almost as though the legend of Veronica was resurrected at Rome to take its place.

The fact that nothing was known about Veronica left the devout free to speculate. Was she Martha, the sister of Lazarus (Jn 12)? Or the wife of Zacchaeus (Lk 19)? Or perhaps the woman of Cana’s daughter, who was cured in Matthew 15? Or the wife of a Roman legionary?

Whatever the theory advanced, there was never any lack of credulity brought to its estimation.


http://www.catholicherald.co.uk/12for12
 

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What Jesus looked like matters not at all. What he did made all the difference.


while the world burns, some contemplate what Jesus looks like rather than contemplate What He Would Do


....stooopid humans
 

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The Shroud of Turin has been proven to be a fake, like the Vatican.