Shroud of Turin - World’s First Photograph?
2013 11 29

From: Smithsonian



Is This the World’s First Photograph?
Art Historian Nicholas Allen has a radical theory about the image on the Shroud of Turin; he believes it was the world’s first photograph, taken 500 years before the known invention of photography.



From: smithsonianmag.com



Tune into Red Ice Radio to hear guests speak on the many mysterious of the Shroud of Turin:

Philip Gardiner - Secret Societies, the Knights Templar, Symbolism & Myth

Nigel Kerner & Andrew Silverman - Shroud of Turin & The Grey Aliens

Lynn Marzulli - Nephilim, Prophecy, Psychotronic Weapons & The Shroud of Turin

Dr. Joye Jeffries Pugh - Eden, The Knowledge of Good and Evil, The Antichrist & Jesus

Kenneth Humphreys - Jesus Never Existed, Judaism & Christianity




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