Here’s the reverse side (1) of the Lirey Pilgrim’s badge, the front side (2) showing a man (not obviously Christ-like) in Turin Shroud configuration).
Now look at this picture of the Templars being prepared for slow-roasting:
Now look at this picture of St. Lawrence of Rome next to the gridiron, the one on which he was slow-roasted. Note the diamond trellis (and compare with the Lirey badge above – first picture).
Then look at the man on the Lirey badge: note the coiled rope (or chain) like objects which Ian Wilson describes as blood belt – an NT-friendly narrative (but true?).
Then look at the roasting of the naked hands-over-groin area St.Lawrence of his gridiron (AD 258, reign of Emperor Valerian):
Then look at the Shroud of Turin:
Am I the only one to see connections here?
Like – the man on the TS was a barbecued Knight Templar, that his manner of execution was inspired by that of St.Lawrence, that maybe a life-sized crucifix of Christ was used to make a thermal imprint as proxy for the dead Templar, that it was then a simple matter to suggest that the man shown on the TS was not a Templar, was not St.Lawrence but the real Jesus of Nazareth in his real burial shroud?