"WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING..."
The following are unsolicited comments from individuals after reading or hearing about the "FACE of the GOD-Man" article, on which the book, The Keramion, Lost and Found, is based:
- “Congratulations on a line of enquiry and depth of investigation worthy of Sherlock at his best. I look forward to reading the final manuscript.” - David Rolfe, British Academy Award-winning Filmmaker.
- “This article (“Belleair Bee”, Tampa Bay Newspapers-May 18, 2011) mentions the Shroud's passage from Jerusalem to Edessa to Constantinople to France to the Vatican, when, in fact, there is no extant, scientifically supportable, Shroud connection...That is, until your discovery of what appears to be the actual Keramion. The world needs to know this, and its significance.” - Tom D’Muhala, former President, Shroud of Turin Research Project, STURP.
- “…concerning your 2002 discovery of the Sanliurfa mosaic. It is a highly original find on which you have my sincere congratulations.” - Ian Wilson, Shroud Scholar and Author.
- "Phil has a done an excellent piece of work here. I see it as a work in progress towards what I imagine will be an exciting book." And, “His case is compelling. The paper is a MUST READ.” - Dan Porter, Shroud Scholar and Blogger.
- “So far, this sounds like a Dan Brown book….” - Fr. Dave Dwyer. “It (the interview) did sound very Indiana Jones-ish.” - Fr. Dave Dwyer and colleague in post-interview discussion. These comments were made during and after a radio interview, 5-20-11, on “The Busted Halo” show with Father Dave Dwyer on SiriusXM-129 Satellite Radio. A listener, Alley White, wrote: “He should change his name to Indiana Jones...cool guest.”
- “The article is interesting but I’m a bit confused about the progressive opacity overlays. ...They can’t all be so perfect, can they?” - Anonymous Reader on Shroud blogsite.
- "Dayvault has either found the first depiction of Christ in art, or a very interesting mosaic. If footnotes amounted to proof simply by assertion, he would have a very good case indeed." - Menachem Wecker, Art Critic and Blogger.
- "Just read ur article on the Edessa mosaic. Superb!" - Slavisa Djurdje Jevtic, Serbian Historian and Shroud Researcher.
- “The discovery of the ISA Tile is, indeed, quite fascinating…you may be filling in a significant detail in the history of the shroud with the ISA Tile discovery.” - Msgr. Arthur B. Calkins, New Orleans, LA.
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