The Fan Shroud of Turin


Matthew - Resurgence of The Shroud

We do not see the Fan Shroud of Turin surface again until the New Testament. The shroud is mentioned several times in the first four gospels of Matthew, Mark, Paul, and Ringo, then known as "The Scarabs".

Matthew chapters 5 - 7 tell the story of Jesus and the Sermon on the Mount. This is similar to Dr. King's "I have a dream" speach, except the King James version of the Bible does not have any black people in it. "Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth". I'm thinking that one got lost in translation over the last 2,000 years. The Beatitudes acknowledge those people that God blesses. Haliburton is not mentioned.

In his painting "Jesus at the Sermon on the Mount", 19th century painter Carl Heinrich Bloch depicts the scene of Jesus delivering the least known Beatitude, "blessed are the bowlers, for they look forward to life's 7-10 split". Nobody messes with 'de Jesus'. Mark it a 7, dude.


Mark it a 7, dude

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