The Shroud of Turin (or the Holy Shroud) is an old linen cloth bearing the image of a man who appears to have been physically traumatized in a manner consistent with crucifixion. It is now kept in the royal chapel of the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist in Turin, Italy. It is believed to be the cloth that covered Jesus of Nazareth when he was placed in his tomb and that his image was somehow recorded on its fibers at or near the time of his proclaimed resurrection. It is the subject of intense debate among some scientists, believers, historians and writers regarding where, when and how the shroud and its images were created.

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Let it be known that My Holy Shroud is indeed authentic; It is the same that covered Me.
(True Life in God, October 2, 1987)

Your scientists, to give proof to your incredulity with regard to that evidence of My suffering, which is the Shroud, explain how the blood, the cadaveric perspiration and the urea of an overfatigued body, when mixed with the spices, can have produced that natural drawing of My dead tortured Body.
It would be better to believe without the need of so many proofs to believe. It would be better to say: "That is the work of God" and bless God Who has granted you an indisputable proof of My Crucifixion and of the tortures preceding it!
But as now you are no longer able to believe with the simplicity of children, but you need scientific proofs - how poor is your faith, that without the support and the spur of science cannot stand up straight and walk
- you must know that the cruel bruises of My kidneys have been the most powerful chemical agent in the miracle of the Shroud. My kidneys, almost crushed by the scourges, were no longer able to work. Like those of people burnt by fire, they were unable to filter, and urea accumulated and spread in My blood, in My body, bringing about the sufferings of uraemic intoxication and the reagent that oozed out of My corpse and fixed the impression on the cloth. But any doctor among you, or anyone suffering from uraemia, will realise what sufferings the uraemic toxins caused to Me, as they were so plentiful as to produce an indelible impression.

(Poem of the Man God)



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