Saturday, December 26, 2015

The man on the Shroud #8: The evidence is overwhelming that the Turin Shroud is authentic!

Copyright © Stephen E. Jones[1]

This is "The man on the Shroud," part #8, of my series, "The evidence is overwhelming that the Turin Shroud is authentic!" This page is a sub-index to topics under the heading, "The man on the Shroud." Each topic will be a page containing items of evidence for the authenticity of the Shroud, under that topic heading. Each of those pages will be linked back to this sub-index and it in turn will be linked back to the Main index. See that Main index for more information about this series.

[Right (enlarge): The man on the Shroud[2].]

The order of topics in this "The man on the Shroud," section is from the perspective of what I imagine a person looking at the Shroud would notice first, such as: the man is naked, it is a double image, etc., grading into features of the man's image that are less obvious, such as no paint, pigment or dye accounts for the image, etc.

[Main index #1] [Previous: Yarn #7] [Next: Naked #9]

  1. The man on the Shroud #8
    1. Naked #9
    2. Double image #10
    3. Faint #11
    4. Colour #12
    5. Non-traditional #13
    6. No outline #14
    7. No paint, etc. #15
    8. No style #16
    9. Non-directional #17
    10. Superficial #18
    11. Negative #19
    12. Three-dimensional #20
    13. No decomposition #21
    14. X-rays #22
    15. Real human blood #23
    16. Blood clots intact #24

Continued in part #9 of this series.

1. This post is copyright. I grant permission to quote from any part of this post (but not the whole post), provided it includes a reference citing my name, its subject heading, its date, and a hyperlink back to this post. [return]
2. Latendresse, M., 2010, "Shroud Scope: Durante 2002: Horizontal" (rotated left 90°), [return]

Posted: 26 December 2015. Updated: 5 September 2017.

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