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The Shroud of Turin has been debunked as a medieval forgery. The blood marks on it have been called paint. But more sophisticated research has shown that the origins of the cloth and the image on it are much more enigmatic. In fact, the weave of it suggests an earlier origin even than the first century CE. As famed author and researcher Gregg Braden theorizes in this program, it could have been a precious family heirloom, handed down for generations before it was used on the man of the shroud.
In fact, you will learn more about the shroud and the present state of research into its authenticity in this program than you will almost anywhere else.
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Whitley and Anne Strieber join Gregg Braden and William Henry for a discussion of what the shroud is telling us about the process of transformation. The image the Man of the Shroud left behind indicates that his body expelled a tremendous burst of light energy. At the same time, beings of light, orbs and flashes of light have played a huge role in human history. (For example, St. Paul’s encounter with one on the road to Damascus started the first Christian ministry among the gentiles, and is arguably the beginning of Christianity as we know it.)
So how does this work? What are orbs and beings of light? Are they us? Is the Shroud an illustration of what energies are involved in this transformation, and can we therefore use it as a template? If so, then it is also a message to our time, because we can now understand the energies that were involved in its formation, and possibly also how they could be generated in a human body.
An absolutely unique discussion for our Easter special!
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William and Clare Henry are leading a tour to Turin to visit the shroud. Learn more here.
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