Extraordinary claims. Ordinary investigations.

You can measure a circle…

Loren Coleman is (tongue-in-cheek) skeptical about the claim that the Shroud of Turin represents Bigfoot from the Six Million Dollar Man TV series. There must be indeed a connection, since the back of the Shroud of Turin image has a full footprint, which is anatomically impossible as the figure had his legs straight. Such a gross error cannot be casual, it MUST HAVE a meaning. My guess is that if you read the lines in the footprint you can determine the chronology planned by the Illuminati for the Second Coming.

Meanwhile, Mac Tonnies highlights the resemblance between the Flatwoods Monster and Xenu.

Nice collar.

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  1. Jan June 16th, 2009 10:41 pm

    The Shroud of Turin is the burial cloth of Jesus Christ. For any skeptics: take a holographic image of the shroud and tip it up on a printer and see the positive photograph that comes out when printed. Seeing is believing.

  2. Braxton Hicks November 22nd, 2009 9:57 am

    No it’s not. ‘Nuff said.

  3. […] things in abstract paintings and clouds. And then some people see weirder things in the shroud: http://forgetomori.com/2008/aliens/you-can-measure-a-circle/ And then there are the musculature flaws in the body. The kind of flaws we see in paintings made by […]

  4. robert April 29th, 2011 7:03 pm

    Really. Just because you seen the church funded program about the shroud research, and 3D imaging you then believe it was Jesus? Wow! How gullible are people these days. The divinity of christ was finally decided in a council of church officials so that the wack job, gullible christians didn’t destroy everything. Look at the bible, and see how much of it is actually just plagerized from the egyptians. Better yet, watch” religoulous” by dennis leary. All that religion stuff is just man trying to explain the universe from ignorance, and complete lack of fact. But if you people would like to subscribe to that just to be sure, maybe you should go jump off a bridge because you don’t know what it is like.

  5. robert April 29th, 2011 7:11 pm

    Besides haven’t you heard the saying? Believe none of what you hear and only half of what you see? I got one better though. Don’t believe in anything! I think it is better to know or not know than to suppose, assume, or just blindly believe with blind faith in something to which there is no proof! Wake up! Use your brains! Ressurection and miracles! Really? Maybe Harry Potter, the easter bunny and santa clause is real too. I read that in a book. Let me clue you in. MAN WRITES BOOKS! Not omnipotent gods. What use would they have for it they are all powerful! But I guess if someone is weak- minded enough to be fooled or led around by mysterious ways references, and circular logic, maybe you deserve to believe in jesus and god ant the holiness of buildings and books.

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