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  • The face of Jesus than miraculously appeared on a weather satellite photograph Notice the lighted cross that appears across His forehead and down the bridge of His nose

    Original URL path: http://jesusphotos.altervista.org/text/jv0003.htm (2016-02-11)
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  • computer generated black and white printout of the Shroud of Turin which is believed to be the burial shroud of Jesus According to Barbara Sai Baba did not bless the crucifix but took the page of computer paper in his hand and manifested a glossy color photo of Jesus the markings of which correspond to those on the Shroud of Turin We received permission to reproduce the photo and make it available to people through our website Subsequently we have been contacted about other accounts relating to tins fascinating image We received an email from Diane Fulbright director of research at the Shroud of Turin Center in which she stated that the photo came from a painting by Paul Tebay and that Sai Baba was helping only in its dissemination However further investigation showed that Tebay was commissioned to make that painting in 1991 some years after the photo was already in our hands Tebay may in fact have used it as the basis for his own paintmg He didn t get the eyes the same though which makes Jesus look rather sad in his depiction There was however an earlier painting with a remarkable resemblance to this photo produced by Pasquale Ariel Agemian in 1935 We received an email with a copy of Agemian s painting from Russ McClay who owns an art print of the portrait and believes that the markings are identical to our photo We also received an email from Barrie Schwortz editor and publisher of the Shroud of Turin website He pointed out that the folds in our photo are clearly reflective of a photograph made of the Shroud in 1931 by an Italian professional photographer Giuseppe Enrie The sharp fold across the top of the forehead was a result of lus particular lighting and

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  • The face of Jesus obtained by NASA in 1978 with the use of techniques of image processing from photographic negatives of the shroud of Turin

    Original URL path: http://jesusphotos.altervista.org/text/jv0008.htm (2016-02-11)
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  • It was taken during a 1997 tornado in Jarrell Texas an amateur photographer snapped this picture of the sky during an F5 tornado

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  • stigmatized priest who lives in Italy This is what happened this photographer wanted a proof of the existance of Jesus so Frà Elia asked him to take just one photo to a white wall near him But the photographer took

    Original URL path: http://jesusphotos.altervista.org/text/jo0003.htm (2016-02-11)
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  • Christ in the Clouds The miraculous photograph of Christ that has been circulating since at least 1920 and whose origin is still shrouded in mystery

    Original URL path: http://jesusphotos.altervista.org/text/jo0010.htm (2016-02-11)
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  • 1930 s or early 1940 s when a woman in Wisconsin went into the garden to photograph a bush that was blooming When she had the photos developed the attached

    Original URL path: http://jesusphotos.altervista.org/text/jo0011.htm (2016-02-11)
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  • one of the days of the conference I looked up and spotted blood on the crucifix and realized it was bleeding About the same time I noticed it others did too and they stopped the conference for awhile and tried to catch samples of the blood on white cloths for testing After awhile the crucifix had a lot of blood on it and resembled this picture exactly We never did

    Original URL path: http://jesusphotos.altervista.org/text/jo0004.htm (2016-02-11)
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