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Monday, June 26, 2017

Shroud of Turin Hologram Research

In the past, I have demonstrated how 3D laser holographic images can be viewed in 3D with a stereo microscope -- and examined as if the object recorded were really there. Presently, I'm working to show how the Shroud of Turin cloth material can be visually examined under 3D microscope -- by anyone, anywhere in the world -- by recording it as a series of holograms. The Shroud can stay safely and securely where it is, and the *holograms* can be sent to labs around the world. To the researches, with a resolution of up to 10,000 lines per millimeter, it will appear as if a piece of the actual, physical Shroud is under their microscope. Even under very high magnification. But the Shroud material is not there at all, it is a hologram. This method is a form of laser holographic nondestructive testing. Stay tuned for more information. God Bless you today and everyday.