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dumosum grows only in Israel, Syria and the Sinai peninsula.What I was working on before the likely fraud by Max Frei was pointed out here, is that Z.In its quest to establish a religion to gain power and wealth, the Church forgery mill did not limit itself to mere writings but for centuries cranked out thousands of phony "relics" of its "Lord," "Apostles" and "Saints." Although true believers keep attempting to prove otherwise, through one implausible theory after another, the Shroud of Turin is counted among this group of frauds: There were at least 26 "authentic" burial shrouds scattered throughout the abbeys of Europe, of which the Shroud of Turin is just one....The Shroud of Turin is one of the many relics manufactured for profit during the Middle Ages.The shroud cloth was radiocarbon dated to circa 1260-1390 by three separate laboratories.

In 2008 former STURP member John Jackson rejected the possibility that the C14 sample may have been conducted on a medieval repair fragment, on the basis that the radiographs and transmitted light images taken by STURP in 1978 clearly show that the natural colour bandings present throughout the linen of the shroud propagate in an uninterrupted fashion through the region that would later provide the sample for radiocarbon dating.The "blood" has been definitively proved to be composed of red ocher and vermilion tempera paint." There remains a debate among the faithful, however, as to the nature of the supposed paint or pigments and whether or not they are present on the shroud.The claims of pollen supposedly found on the shroud, allegedly indicating that the cloth was manufactured in the Middle East before the eighth century, have been discredited as "fraud" and "junk science." The person who originally claimed to have found the pollen on the shroud, Max Frei, has been accused of "sleight of hand" in reporting that pollen samples he took from living plants were subsequently found on the shroud.About 1200, Constantinople was so crammed with relics that one may speak of a veritable industry with its own factories.Blinzler (a Catholic New Testament scholar) lists, as examples: letters in Jesus' own hand, the gold brought to the baby Jesus by the wise men, the twelve baskets of bread collected after the miraculous feeding of the 5000, the throne of David, the trumpets of Jericho, the axe with which Noah made the Ark, and so on...

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