Blinded by the Light


Hello, friends.

One of my all-time favorite subjects to discuss and contemplate is religious arcana and ancient mysteries. I am particularly fond of obscure theories or mythologies which attempt to explain the unexplainable, and will spend hours trying to analyze and understand what people with much higher IQs then my own have presented as fact.

World creationism myths, European royal lineage intrigues, Gnosticism, paganism, paranormal and UFO conspiracies, secret government societies… I love it all. But the one subject that I am truly passionate about is the scholarly debate surrounding most Catholic/Judaic/Christian Arcanum which claims to prove/disprove or reveal academic insight into the origins of religion and religious demagoguery. Brian Allan discusses the Shroud of Turin in his excellent article Christ, The Shroud, and The Rainbow Body first printed in Brian Allan’s Voodoo Visions from Paranormal Magazine.

Within the context of his article, he gives considerable attention to the many legitimate theories which exist regarding the fabled Shroud, and provides interesting details on several scientific studies which indicate that UV light effects DNA, thus indicating that a photographic image could be created if the subject matter emitted enough light and enegry in a single, intense moment.

Allan explains the information in easy-to-read language, and withholds his own opinions on the subject. A unique and carefully written essay that allows the reader to make their own decisions about the legitimacy of the Shroud of Turin.

About S.L. Schmitz

S.L. Schmitz lives in Indian Trail, NC with her husband and son. There is an ever-changing menagerie of cats who graciously allow the family to share the house with them. In addition to reading and writing, she enjoys scrapbooking, drinking martinis, and making snarky comments about a variety of topics. Feel free to email her at thedeadgirl25(at)yahoo(dot)com

Posted on December 24, 2012, in About Me and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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