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The image of Odessa he inherited.

I found 2 codes using the terms "image of Odessa" and "Mandylion", which I suspect are just other names for the Shroud personally (and are much older than the date given by the C14 tests for the Shroud, which is now refuted by recent findings anyway (cf Raymond Rogers' paper published in "Thermochimica Acta" in 2005) - See below).
The first one "Image of Odessa", was found in the Tanach and using a wrapped text. 2 occurrences were expected and 1 was found. It was extendable to "Image of Odessa he inherited (or robbed)". I also noticed 2 interesting, and fitting, sentences from the surface text (see attachments). Also, I noticed the expression "he inherited (or robbed)" was crossed by a literal mention of the expression "six hundred sixty and six" (only occurrence in the Tanach) which reminded me the following article written by Benjamin Creme (Maitreya's so-called "channeller":,
"...The Christ resurrected the body of the Disciple Jesus. When the body was laid in the tomb, the consciousness of the Christ, Maitreya, once again entered into the body of the Disciple Jesus and brought it back to life; not only that, but also Resurrected it. He shook loose, by the down-flow of tremendous spiritual energy into the now dead body of Jesus, the atomic particles of matter, reconstituted these, and brought into that body matter of sub-atomic vibrational rate, that is, matter which is literally light. The effect of that on the body was one of intense radiation and it was that radiation which produced what is called an ionisation effect of the image on the Shroud...
...The energy to produce the "ionisation" effect was given by Maitreya's re-entry into the dead body of Jesus in the tomb. Nothing else could have produced that effect. (Share International, October 1988)...

...The Master Jesus will claim it as His own.(Share International, December 1989)..."

...According to Christian legend, the Image of Edessa, (known to Orthodox Christians as the Mandylion, a Byzantine Greek word not applied in any other context), was a holy relic consisting of a square or rectangle of cloth upon which a miraculous image of the face of Jesus was imprinted the first icon ("image"). According to a legend which developed over many centuries, this image was imprinted into a cloth during a visit of Jesus to the King.







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