The Shroud of Turin is woven flax, made by a professional weaver, which was likely to have been owned by a wealthy man (like Joseph of Arimathea). The flax fibers are traceable to the Middle East. The stitching is similar to an artifact found at Masada, dated between 40 BC and AD 73.
The cloth is dated to between 300 BC and 300 AD. Chemical tests prove there are blood stains on the Shroud (AB blood type). There are no paint pigments, ruling out the possibility of an artistic forgery. It bears the image of a grown male, 5’ 11” height, with shoulder length hair and a beard—a victim of crucifixion in the Roman fashion.
It should be noted that the total power of VUV radiations required to instantly color the surface of linen that corresponds to a human of average height, body surface area equal to = 2000 MW/cm2 17000 cm2 = 34 trillion watts.
This makes it impractical today to reproduce the entire Shroud image using a single laser excimer, since this power cannot be produced by any VUV light source built to date (the most powerful available on the market come to several billion watts ).
Modern science has completed hundreds of thousands of hours of detailed study and intense research on the Shroud. It is, in fact, the single most studied artifact in human history, and we know more about it today than we ever have before.

Scientists from Italy’s National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development spent years trying to replicate the shroud’s markings. They have concluded only something akin to ultraviolet lasers – far beyond the capability of medieval forgers – could have created them.

It took 34 TRILLION WATTS of light energy to produce this image which we didn’t even have the ability to see this part of the image until we were able to see it photographically inverted.
There is no possible way the Shroud of Turin could be fake as there was no technology during that time to produce Light that powerful enough to produce a perfect photo negative image on linen BEFORE the invention of Photography.
That shroud literally provides the very moment of the Resurrection proving he did infact resurrect.
So what we are looking at is literally a Photo of the Resurrection.


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