Date: Saturday, 30-Mar-2013 07:09:13
by Tom Paladino
The Shroud of Turin is the burial cloth that covered the body of Jesus Christ, the Savior, after His Crucifixion and Death.
The Shroud of Turin measures 14.3 x 3.7 ft. and reveals the double image (front and back) of the scourged and crucified Body of Jesus Christ.
The image on the Shroud of Turin is so distinct that even the Blood and Water stains from the Body of Christ appear on the burial cloth. The Shroud provides a perfect record of Christ's suffering and death that He endured in order to save mankind from sin.
The Face of Jesus on the Shroud of Turin
After Christ had died upon the Cross, His Body was prepared for burial as a new winding sheet was used to cover the Body of Christ in the tomb. It was this winding sheet that received the Image of Christ when the Resurrection took place three days later on Easter Sunday. At the precise moment of the Resurrection, an effulgence of scalar energy emanated from the Body of Christ and left an Image of His body on the burial shroud.
The Full Length Shroud of Turin
Scalar energy is exclusively responsible for the image of Jesus Christ imparted upon the Shroud of Turin. Scalar energy is an informational energy that is capable of forming an image, assembling a molecule or creating the structure of a galaxy. Scalar energy is a subtle form of light that provides the instructions as to how physical matter is assembled and maintained.
When the image of the Shroud of Turin is photographed, the image itself gives the appearance of being a negative. The scalar energy information imparted on the Shroud by the effulgence of light, left the image of Christ as a photographic negative. The Shroud is in some sense a scalar energy negative.
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