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  1. Jul 15, 2021 · DNA Test Results Offer Shocking Revelations About The Shroud Of Turin. Karla Pascua Published on 07/15/2021. ADVERTISEMENT. A lot of people think that the Shroud of Turin shows the face of the Messiah himself, Jesus Christ. This must be one of the most famous historical relics at the moment. However, there are a lot of rumors surrounding it as well.

  2. Oct 23, 2015 · The Shroud of Turin may be an authentic relic of Jesus or a medieval fake, but a DNA analysis of dust from the shroud won't settle the debate.

  3. Oct 20, 2015 · An analysis of dust particles retrieved from the shroud has uncovered plant DNA from all over the world. The mysterious Turin Shroud, which is believed by many to be the actual burial cloth of Jesus himself, has long been the subject of intense scrutiny, controversy and debate. Now in a renewed bid to better understand the shroud's history, scientists have been conducting a DNA analysis on particles of dust and pollen collected from its surface in an attempt to determine where the relic ...

  4. Jesus' DNA. I was on the edge of my seat during the History Channel’s presentation of “The Jesus Strain” on Easter evening 2017. They took DNA from the Shroud of Turin and determined that the mitochondrial DNA (DNA from the mother) showed ancestry of the Druze people. They went on to explain that the Druze were originally from Egypt and they settled in northern Israel near Mount Carmel.

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  6. A new study analyzed DNA samples taken from the shroud. However, the results may have only added to the deep mystery surrounding this ancient religious artifact. The Shroud of Turin is a simple piece of twill cloth bearing traces of blood and a subtle imprint of a man’s body.

  7. Aug 14, 2020 · In 1988 radiocarbon tests on the Shroud of Turin dated the cloth to between 1260 and 1390. The implication was clear: The shroud was a medieval forgery. After a 2017 Freedom of Information (FOI) request, a new team of researchers gained access to the original data used for the 1988 test.

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