Da Shroud of Turin Code

In a new book, Vatican historian Barbara Frale says computer enhanced images of the Shroud of Turin show faintly written words in Greek, Latin, and Aramaic that prove it’s Jesus’ burial cloth, this in spite of the radiocarbon dating that found the shroud was made in the 13th or 14th century. Frale says the writing includes the name “Jesus Nazarene” in Greek, a partial word in Latin that reads “iber,” more Greek that can be translated as “removed at the ninth hour,” and the Aramaic phrase “Honk if you love the guy buried in this shroud.”

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