I saw the cross that the body preparers for the tomb saw as a way to bridge the gap between denomionations and restore power to the churches. It is often not considered when taking communion. Explaned: What is a Forensic Cross? The Forensic Cross is the used cross that remained after Jesus, Yeshua, was removed and laid to rest in the tomb. It is the cross that God and the followers of Christ saw after removing the body from the cross. It has all the blood, hair, bits of skin, sweat and other relevant DNA that bears witness that Yesua, Jesus, was the person crucified on it. It also bears witness that a crucifixion as described in the scriptures had taken place on this particular cross. It reflects the stigmata. It further reveals sacrificial completion. The Forensic Cross is the next view of the cross after the Crucifix, the cross which shows Jesus, Yeshua, still attached to the cross. It is said that the original Forensic Cross was pieced out as token souvenirs to the believing followers of Christ. Why should we observe the Forensic Cross? It is a pictoral display signifying the completion of an event in Christian history. There are those among Christians that feel that Yeshua, Jesus hanging on the cross visualized by the Crucifix is symbolic of the Catholic Church, puts Him back, symbolically, on the cross every time you view it, and belittles the fact that we serve a risen Savior. The first is the strongest because denominations want that separation. The Forensic Cross is a meeting place of all faiths. It is equally powerful. How should it be used? It should be used during communion as a series of stations. First visualize the Crucifix, then the Forensic Cross, and then the Empty Tomb. None should ever be skipped. It is a complete sequence that restores power to the church. Believe it or not. Thanks for considering.