The Shroud of Turin is the linen cloth, which covered Jesus Christ after the crucifixion. This cloth projects a perfect three-dimensional holographic image of Jesus Christ's face as well as his body, suspended in mid air (rather than resting flat on the bottom of the tomb), indicating that he was hovering in mid air, suspended within an inter-dimensional "stargate" to heaven.
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