Sunday Morning Reflections (Science Proves Shroud of Turin)

Shroud Encounter on Vimeo.

 Michael Rizzio

"When you look at the image of the Shroud, with the two bodies next to each other, you feel that it's a flat image. But, if you create, for instance, a three dimensional object as I did, then you realize that there is a strange dividing element - an interface from which the image is projected up and the image is projected down.

The muscles of the body are absolutely not crushed against the stone of the tomb. They are perfect. It means that the body is hovering between the two sides of the shroud.

What does that mean? That means that there is absolutely no gravity.

The Image of the Holy Shroud is absolutely undistorted. 
The cloth was wrinkled and tied around the Body, but in the Holy Shroud of Turin we see a perfect image which is impossible unless the Shroud was made absolutely taut, rigidly taut. Everybody thinks that the tomb signifies death: 
Not at all, the exact opposite. 
The Shroud and the tomb signifies and unbelievable beginning. 
Because in the depth of the collapsed event horizon, there is something that science knows as singularity. This is exactly what started the universe in the Big Bang. 
We have nothing less in the tomb of Christ than the beginning of a new universe."
 -Isabel Piczek, Particle Physicist


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