1. The blood sample looks like a solid piece of chalk, brick, or tile.
2. Mary Nell isn’t even attempting to prevent contamination of the blood sample with her own DNA.
3. Richard Rives believes in 714-X quackery.
4. For explanation of the phenomenon observed, see this video.
5. There is no independent confirmation of where Ron recovered this sample.
As for the chromosome claims:
1. The laboratory (in Jerusalem, according to Wyatt, in Tennessee, according to Gray) which did the chromosome count has never revealed itself or been revealed. Therefore, there is no independent confirmation of the Wyatt chromosome claim. None whatsoever. No excuse is good enough for failing to provide independent confirmation of the true nature of blood (not necessarily Jesus’s) placed upon the Ark of the Covenant, which Ron certainly did not find anyway.
2. A 24-chromosome person is a scientific impossibility. According to the Standishes, Holy Relics or Revelation, pg. 53, the absence of a single non-sex chromosome (autosome) is totally incompatible with life.
3. The idea the blood was alive, and, therefore, could be used for a chromosome count, is suspect. Jonathan Gray’s account says the substance Ron found was black, and, therefore, dead. Dead blood cannot revive. The Wyatt museum’s sample, is, however, reddish.