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When Akiane Kramarik was only eight-years-old, she painted a depiction of Jesus Christ, known as the “Prince of Peace.” The computerized comparison of it and a small mosaic, the ISA Tile, apparently shows a direct association between the two images. My research has concluded that the ISA Tile served as the prototypic model of numerous, ancient classical depictions of Jesus Christ. The ISA Tile derives from the Shroud of Turin.
In Dayvault’s opinion, the comparison does not represent a facial identification, per se, due to the lack of sufficient unique, individual characteristics. However, it is believed that Akiane profoundly captured the "Likeness of Christ" in her inspired painting. The visual and comparative association is consistent in overall similar appearance, pose, facial features, and specifically, historical attribution.
Dayvault has written a new book, The Keramion, Lost and Found: A Journey to the Face of God, which chronicles the amazing rediscovery of this small mosaic and its historical and vital significance to Early Christianity, Sacred Art and the Shroud of Turin..
For more information, please see http://www.keramion502.com.