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Turin Shroud dated to first century!
For centuries, scientists scoffed at biblical accounts of cities and peoples for which there was no historical record or physical evidence. However, over the past 200 years, archaeologists have uncovered proof of the existence of many. Cities previously thought to be fabricated by biblical writers include: Arad Bethel Capernaum Chorazin Dan Ephesus Gaza Gezer Hazor …
Pope Francis I – St. Malachy’s final pope?
In St. Malachy’s prophecy, the final pope (and the 112th since his death) would be referred to as Petrus Romanus, or “Peter of Rome”. There is no obvious connection, but was is interesting is the fact that Francis I (the former Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina) is actually the son of ITALIAN parents.Time …
Did Nostradamus also predict a final pope?
Apparently Nostradamus, the 16th century French astrologer and seer, and St. Malachy, an eleventh century Irish bishop and also a respected clairvoyant, had one thing in common…..they each agreed the next Pope would be the last. (See previous blog post). Nostradamus specifically warned that the second to the last pope would flee Rome “when the …
The Shroud of Turin
The Shroud of Turin is the most studied religious relic in human history, yet it still baffles scientists today. For more information on its fascinating history, check out some of the sites below and visit my blog regularly. www.ShroudEncounter.com www.ShroudUniversity.com www.shroud.com
The Origin of “the linen god”
Several years ago, a friend of mine invited me to his house to meet an associate of his who had an amazing story about a famous religious artifact. As it turned out, he really did! The gentlemen overviewed research his organization and others were doing to scientifically prove the Shroud of Turin was, in fact, …