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Einhornhöhle, which may be translated as ‘Unicorn Cave’ in English, is a cave located in the Harz, a low mountain range in a highland area Northern Germany.It has been pointed out that the Unicorn Cave is the largest cave in the western Harz that is open to the public. Countless people begin to consider them every year as December 31st rolls around.Believed by many to be the burial cloth of Jesus of Nazareth, but held only as a religious article of historical significance by skeptics, the Shroud of Turin has captivated scholars and scientists alike due to its mysterious nature.New DNA tests add to the body of research that only serves to highlight the strange, unexplained origins of the shroud.There are also instances, however, where people are Rh-Negative.Health problems may occur for the unborn child of a mother with Rh-Negative blood when the baby is Rh-Positive.The cloth, a pale sheet of woven fabric approximately 14-feet (4.5 meters) –long, might be considered unremarkable save for the distinctive reddish-brown markings on its front and back.The image of a prone man with hands folded can be made out on the cloth, with both the front and back views of the head meeting neatly at the middle of the sheet, suggesting it was folded over the front and back of a naked body in death.

The large Grave Creek Mound proved to be an irresistible attraction to early antiquarians and curiosity seekers.Thaddeus (1 of the 70) come to Edessa carrying a cloth. There was no mention of an image but it could have been the same cloth, especially if 50 years was needed to make the image appear.The record I could find of a physical image is in the Evagrius Scholasticus, written about 593 which claims that a cloth with an image helped defend the city of Edessa against the Persians (544). I’m an open-minded Christian merely seeking the truth There is another piece of evidence that has DNA from Yeshua, the Sudarium of Oviedo, which matches the blood stains of the Shroud of Turin.Countless horrible wounds to the body are revealed through the images on the fabric, from slashes to gouges, piercings and welts.These images strongly indicate to proponents the evidence of crucifixion and the Biblical description of the death of Jesus.

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