The Shroud of Turin proves the Resurrection
We believe that soft X- Rays were radiated at the Resurrection
We believe that X-rays were probably released at the Resurrection, caused by the intense radiation of light and subatomic particles, moving at the speed of light, interacting with the linen of the Shroud.
We believe that the effect of the radiation of light and subatomic particles emitted at the Resurrection was similar to a confined nuclear reaction, with the generation of soft X-rays.
We have described what we believe may have happened to the linen of the Shroud at the Transfiguration, causing the Image of Jesus Christ.
Many observers have commented that the image on the Shroud is fundamentally similar to an X-ray. This observation may be very accurate!
We believe that soft X-rays were in fact released during the Resurrection, as would normally be released during any controlled nuclear reaction.
We believe that the effect of the radiation of light and subatomic particles emitted at the Resurrection was similar to a confined nuclear explosion, with the generation of soft X-rays. Most of the soft X-rays released were probably immediately absorbed into the linen of the Shroud.
Dr Accetta’s experiment confirms radiation
The X-ray effect has been duplicated by Dr Accetta’s experiment. Dr Accetta injected himself with a radioactive material, and stood in front of a VP8 Image Analysing computer. The results are very interesting, and certainly demonstrate that the mechanism of the Image formation on the Shroud involved radiation (see section 10).
The X-ray appearance of the anatomical hands on the Shroud
The X-ray effect is certainly given added credibility by the hands on the Shroud, which appear to be an X-ray of the underlying metacarpal bones and phalanges of Jesus Christ’s hands.
The Second Face on the Shroud
In 2004 Giulio Fanti and Roberto Maggiolo of the University of Padua in Italy discovered a faint “second face” on the dorsal aspect of the Shroud of Turin, corresponding to the occipital area (the back of the skull). The radiation of light and subatomic particles, with associated soft x-rays, evidently imprinted an Image of Jesus Christ’s face on both sides of the Shroud. This “second” Image of the face of Jesus Christ gives added credibility to the X-ray effect on the Shroud.
It also effectively eliminates any artistic methods of formation of the Image. This, in turn, makes the X-ray theory much more likely.