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The Coming of the Quantum Christ: The Shroud of Turin and the Apocalypse of Selfishess Paperback – October 1, 2014
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About the Author
John Klotz is a former Contributing Editor to the Eastside Express in New York City. In 1977, he received an Honorable Mention from the New York Press Association for an in-depth investigation of corruption in the appointment of mortgage foreclosure receivers. It was a significant factor in the censure of four judges and led to reforms in the manner of those appointments. In 1972, he received a Masters Degree in International Law from the NYU Law School. His paper "Are Ocean Polluters Subject to Universal Jurisdiction" was published in the International Lawyer and was one of the first academic works to advance the concept that ocean polluters were subject to prosecution as international criminals. That article and other published articles may be found at http://www.johnklotz.com/publish.htm. He has two blogs: Quantum Christ: http://quantumchrist-jck.blogspot.com/ and Living Free: http://johnklotz.blogspot.com/
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Unfortunately, there is not a lot of info about quantum science and how that might help us understand the shroud.
Nevertheless, the book is a good overview of the history of the shroud up to the time of publication, and the book provides many leads to print and internet resources for further study.
Traces the known history of the shroud, the controversies around it, the tests that were done on it and the botched results of the carbon 14 testing, in which they took samples from the edges of the shroud, rather than various places, including the middle. The blood tests were also controversial because of the man who originally did them. A few scientists were out to debunk the shroud and a few to prove its authenticity, and the best of them were those who did not have an agenda.
Also the author covers modern times -- the succession of popes, the violence of the middle east, end times prophecies, and quantum theories. Plus the possibilities for new tests, using advanced techniques.
He also discusses what the meaning of the shroud has been for many, and may have for we in the early 21st century and beyond.
I enjoyed the read, even on Kindle, so do recommend it to people interested in the meaning of the shroud and certainly those folks out there who may be "shroudies."