Messages from the Shroud of Turin

Messages from the Shroud of Turin

Mystery and Emblem for Our Day

Gisela Heinz, Peter Kutzki

Gesellschaft, Politik & Medien


216 Seiten

ISBN-13: 9783752660128

Verlag: Books on Demand

Erscheinungsdatum: 12.01.2021

Sprache: Englisch

Farbe: Ja

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Jesus Christ is truly risen, and with his Shroud, He has left us an emblem that provides us with messages for our day and time. The Shroud of Turin reveals to our astonished eyes the Jesus-Father who loves us above all things.
This book is intended to guide readers to a better understanding the nature of the Christian God. It provides answers to questions about the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin. From the moment this sacred relic was first created, it has had the innate power to guide and, when needed, to ease our human life journey to God.
The details described in the book are drawn from the words of the German-language mystics who received the texts for the New Revelation. Prior to modern research on the Shroud, these details had never been confirmed.
Traces of blood from the crucified Jesus form symbols on the Shroud, allowing us to comprehend Jesus Resurrection not only in allegorical terms, but also tangibly, materially. The Shroud of Christ is a visual and symbolic Gospel, which requires no words in order to be intuitively understood.
To provide a clearer understanding of the Shroud messages, some thoughts and philosophies prominent figures from the worlds of science and the arts have also been included in this book. The overlap between the worldviews of these individuals and the texts from the German mystics makes clear that even for such noted individuals as Goethe, Planck, Einstein, and Heisenberg, nothing that exists on earth, in the microcosm, or in the universe would be conceivable in the absence of a Creator Spirit.
Life itself is dim and only the power to create symbols and to understand them turns us from living beings into human beings. (Werner Heisenberg)
Gisela Heinz

Gisela Heinz

Gisela-Elisabeth Heinz, born in 1952, grew up in Hamburg, Germany. After completing her training as a dental technician, she studied Dentistry. In her own dental practice, she also worked as a naturopath. After her marriage to her late husband, she continued her practice in Upper Bavaria until 2018. Her interests include people, religions, and health, especially when approached from a spiritual point of view. She is a member of the Catholic Womens Association. She particularly enjoys reading a wide range of non-fiction books, outdoor sports, painting icons, gardening, and spending time in nature.

Peter Kutzki

Peter Kutzki

Co-author Peter Kutzki was born in 1950 in Starnberg am See, Bavaria, Germany, where he grew up, taking an early interest in science and philosophy. He completed training as a building services technician before marrying his wife Susanne in 1972 and welcoming his son Sven in 1973. In 1977, he launched his own business as a master craftsman. He enjoys drawing and reading philosophical writings, particularly those of Arthur Schopenhauer and Dr. Gustav Grossmann. In 1990, he made a career move to the industrial sector as a consultant for burner and heating technology. Following the death of his late wife, he began working on the manuscripts for this book

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