Shroud Exhibit and Museum

Shroud Exhibit and Museum Exhibits full-size photo of the Shroud of Turin. Connects it to New Mexico discovery of 3D properties and the 1978 scientific study of Jesus' burial cloth.
Shroud Exhibit And Museum, Inc., is a non-profit New Mexico corporation, IRS granted tax exempt 501(c)(3) public charity, listed in the Official Catholic Directory & sustained through your tax deductible donations & our wonderful volunteers.

06/01/2019

This animated GIF shows the brightness map created from the VP8 Image Analyzer. In a brightness map, the lighter colors appear raised and the darker lower in elevation, but this analog computer does not process 3D but makes a brightness map that correlates image brightness to height and depth.

Physical characteristics and a 72 DPI 1978 Schwortz negative
05/18/2019

Physical characteristics and a 72 DPI 1978 Schwortz negative

Anyone like history?
04/29/2019

Anyone like history?

This is a positive image of the Shroud image enhanced by Dcn. Andy Weiss to bring out certain features.  You can see mor...
03/28/2019

This is a positive image of the Shroud image enhanced by Dcn. Andy Weiss to bring out certain features. You can see more pictures by visiting http://shroudnm.com/Pics.html

03/16/2019

Give tours to visitors, show movies and give talks as you are able. Training provided. All that is required is you have an interest in the Shroud. See http://shroudnm.com/ for more information about the Shroud and the museum.

This is a comparison between the the image Christo Pantocrator (about 550), a coin minted in 945 and a coin minted in 69...
01/28/2019

This is a comparison between the the image Christo Pantocrator (about 550), a coin minted in 945 and a coin minted in 692 to allow each person to examine the similarities between then. Studies have shown there are points of congruence between these images and the Shroud. See the slideshow for more information (http://shroudnm.com/docs/SEAM-Shroud-of-Turin-Presentation.pdf).

This is an enhanced contrast photo of Petrus Soons' work.
01/18/2019

This is an enhanced contrast photo of Petrus Soons' work.

12/31/2018

Most amazing things about the Shroud - Dcn. Andy's corner

9. The Legend of King Agbar V comes from city records of Edessa, Turkey and tells how a cloth bearing an image was brought to the King and he was cured of leprosy and allowed Addai to preach there. The Doctrine of Addai tells that he ordained Bishops, Priests and Deacons and built churches. Historically, Edessa, Turkey is the first Christian city.

12/24/2018

SEAM wishes all visitors & friends a very Merry Christmas!

10/26/2018

Most amazing things about the Shroud - Dcn. Andy's corner

8. The image properties of the Shroud are made astounding when research using a VP-8 Image Analyzer revealed there is data on the Shroud like a spatial database that corresponds to height and depth. When a brightness map of the Shroud is made (the green screen image), it comes out 3D, but the brightness map is not 3D.

10/24/2018

Most amazing things about the Shroud - Dcn. Andy's corner

7. The spear wound in the side displays the shape of the lance that made it. In #6 we saw that the only evidence we have points to this being an image of Jesus. For this reason, it is reasonable to assume this is Jesus, hence the record of St. John's Gospel in which he describes blood and water coming out from the lance wound which proves the man was dead.

10/23/2018

Most amazing things about the Shroud - Dcn. Andy's corner

6. The wounds in the head are most peculiar. The Romans, oddly enough, had rules about crucifying victims which did not include wounding in the head (from the crown of thorns). There is only one person in history who was crucified by the Romans who is recorded to have been scourged, had a crown of thorns beat onto his head, was crucified and had a spear wound - Jesus.

10/21/2018

Most amazing things about the Shroud - Dcn. Andy's corner

5. The whip wounds found from nearly the shoulders to the ankles are from a Roman flagrum which was a handle with three or four leather strips and at the end were little barbells of metal or bone. Barbells found in archaeological sites matched the wounds exactly, so we know they were made by the Romans.

10/19/2018

Most amazing things about the Shroud - Dcn. Andy's corner

4. The look on the face of the man on the Shroud. If you examine it, you will not find a face in pain or agony. You will find a look of peace and even, I daresay, contentment. Who could go through this kind of suffering with such an amiable demeanor if this were done to him. But if he willing submitted to this torture for a purpose, then we find redemptive suffering.

10/19/2018

Do you think the Shroud has the image of Jesus on it?

What do you think about the Shroud image?
10/18/2018

What do you think about the Shroud image?

10/18/2018

Most amazing things about the Shroud - Dcn. Andy's corner

3. The image itself has some unique properties. It is amazingly surface, only on the very top fibers of the Shroud to a depth of 70 nanometers, the width of a human hair. The cells of the flax linen are like straws and only the top part has image data, the bottom of the cell has no image data. This means if one were to take a razor blade to the Shroud surface, the image would be gone.

Shroud Exhibit and Museum
10/17/2018

Shroud Exhibit and Museum

This is a painting of an original photo from the museum.
10/17/2018

This is a painting of an original photo from the museum.

10/17/2018

Most amazing things about the Shroud - Dcn. Andy's corner

2. There's a specific dirt on the nose, knees & the bottom of the feet, travertine argonite, that is found in Jerusalem. There's a good chance the man who was flogged and crucified whose image you see suffered at the hands of the Romans in Jerusalem.

10/16/2018

Most amazing things about the Shroud - Dcn. Andy's corner

1. The blood on the Shroud is AB exudate human blood. This means all the blood on the Shroud exuded from a corpse, a dead body. The blood fluoresces under UV light, proving it is actual blood. The blood went on the Shroud first because there is no image under the blood. This blood matches the blood type of every Eucharistic miracle for which the blood was tested.

Shroud Exhibit and Museum
10/14/2018

Shroud Exhibit and Museum

Alamo AM 1230 TALK
05/10/2018

Alamo AM 1230 TALK

Shroud of Turin- presentations tonight, Tuesday, and Thursday, 6-8 p.m., Immaculate Conception parish hall, 705 Delaware Avenue, Alamogordo.

Our Esteemed Guests this morning, scientist Deacon Pete Schumacher and Dr. Petrus Soons, medical forensic doctor. Learn about his involvement in this earth-shaking scientific investigation.

Free admission, donations appreciated to help continue the work of non-profit Shroud Exhibit and M.useum

05/08/2018
Alamo AM 1230 TALK

Alamo AM 1230 TALK

Shroud of Turin- presentations tonight, Tuesday, and Thursday, 6-8 p.m., Immaculate Conception parish hall, 705 Delaware Avenue, Alamogordo.

Our Esteemed Guests this morning, scientist Deacon Pete Schumacher and Dr. Petrus Soons, medical forensic doctor. Learn about his involvement in this earth-shaking scientific investigation.

Free admission, donations appreciated to help continue the work of non-profit Shroud Exhibit and Museum

05/08/2018
Alamo AM 1230 TALK

Alamo AM 1230 TALK

Shroud of Turin- presentations tonight, Tuesday, and Thursday, 6-8 p.m., Immaculate Conception parish hall, 705 Delaware Avenue, Alamogordo.

Our Esteemed Guests this morning, scientist Deacon Pete Schumacher and Dr. Petrus Soons, medical forensic doctor. Learn about his involvement in this earth-shaking scientific investigation.

Free admission, donations appreciated to help continue the work of non-profit Shroud Exhibit and Museum

05/08/2018
Alamo AM 1230 TALK

Alamo AM 1230 TALK

Shroud of Turin- presentations tonight, Tuesday, and Thursday, 6-8 p.m., Immaculate Conception parish hall, 705 Delaware Avenue, Alamogordo.

Our Esteemed Guests this morning, scientist Deacon Pete Schumacher and Dr. Petrus Soons, medical forensic doctor. Learn about his involvement in this earth-shaking scientific investigation.

Free admission, donations appreciated to help continue the work of non-profit Shroud Exhibit and M.useum

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923 New York Ave
Alamogordo, NM
88310

General information

Free Turin Shroud interactive exhibit offering a backlit, full-sized picture, the only interactive VP8 Image Analyzer 3D experience, NM Shroud research, etc. Our goal is make the Shroud available to all including the vision impaired.

Opening Hours

Monday 13:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 13:00 - 17:00
Thursday 13:00 - 17:00
Friday 13:00 - 17:00
Saturday 13:00 - 17:00
Sunday 14:00 - 16:00

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(575) 921-3505

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