Christian Science Monitor

Pope Benedict says Shroud of Turin authentic burial robe of Jesus
Dismissing skeptics on Sunday when he visited the Shroud of Turin, Pope Benedict XVI said the burial cloth was none other than the same robe that once 'wrapped the remains' of Jesus Christ.
· Pope Benedict XVI delivers his message during a meeting with youths in San Carlo Square in Turin, Italy, Sunday.
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By Nick Squires, Correspondent / May 3, 2010
In the centuries-old debate over the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin, Pope Benedict XVI on Sunday diverged from his predecessor and weighed in favor of those who believe that the burial robe once cloaked Jesus Christ.
Pope Benedict described the shroud, which allegedly bears blood stains and the facial imprint of a long-haired, bearded man, as an icon that once “wrapped the remains of a crucified man in full correspondence with what the Gospels tell us of Jesus.”

Solid Oval Object Under the Beard


Dr. Petrus Soons and his team did new discoveries in the holographic 3D images that they produced. One of the incredible findings was that in the neck area there is present an oval solid object and  it has three Hebrew letters TS´ADE-ALEPH-NUN = TSÓN= small cattle, sheep and goat and in Exodus 12:21 is "The Passover Lamb". For more information go to and look under Findings, subtitle: Three hebrew letters on the surface of  solid object and  also under Solid oval object under the beard.


Conferences of the Shroud

Ateneo Pontificio Regina Apostolorum, The Istituto of Scienza e Fedi and Othonia and in Rome is having a series of conferences for the Diploma on Studies of the Sindone LUNEDI 7 MARZO 2011 Le ipotesi scientifiche sulla formazione della Sacra Sindone per Prof. Manuel Carreira SJ su. Per la serie di conferenze del modulo DSSM101 for further information please contact: Ateneo Pontificio Regina Apostolorum Aldobrandeschi, Rome, Italy; phone 190-00163 via Skype