There are four separate blood samples that are said to belong to Jesus Christ.
Blood from the Turin Shroud. (Vatican property)
The Shroud of Turin’s residual blood can be used to extract arguably the most renowned proof of Jesus’ existence. After the first set of black and white images of the shroud became available in the early twentieth century, researchers began researching it.
According to Yves Delage, a comparative anatomy expert from France, the elements of the shroud’s silhouette correlate quite well with what we know about Jesus Christ’s crucifixion.
Veronica’s Veil has spilled blood (property of Vatican)
The Veil of Veronica is kept secure in a golden-bordered frame. A blob that seems like a human face appears in the centre of the frame. Not only that, but the characteristics of the face are very similar to those of Jesus.
The Holy Grail’s blood (discovered by the Knights Templar)
The Holy Grail? Who hasn’t heard of it? So, the Templars discovered the grail, and no one really knows what happened to it or the blood it contained. Nonetheless, it is stated that Jesus was the owner of the Grail’s blood.
Blood from the Covenant’s Ark. (discovered by Ron Wyatt)
Ron Wyatt uncovered the Ark of the Covenant, and to his surprise, he also discovered blood samples on its Mercy Seats.
After some DNA testing, it was discovered that the blood had just 24 chromosomes in total. Something extremely unusual, if not impossible, given that a human being’s typical chromosomal count is 46. Even stranger, 23 of the 24 chromosomes belonged to the mother, while only one belonged to the father. We’re not sure who this blood belongs to, but it’s obviously not human.