Knights Templar hid the Turin Shroud
April 8, 2009 | 26 comments
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The Shroud of Turin's missing years appear to have been accounted for, the Vatican has claimed that the Knights Templar hid the relic for over 100 years after the crusades. The shroud is believed to show the image of Christ imprinted upon it.
Medieval knights hid and secretly venerated The Holy Shroud of Turin for more than 100 years after the Crusades, the Vatican said yesterday in an announcement that appeared to solve the mystery of the relic’s missing years. The Knights Templar, an order which was suppressed and disbanded for alleged heresy, took care of the linen cloth, which bears the image of a man with a beard, long hair and the wounds of crucifixion, according to Vatican researchers. "
Source: Times Online
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