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Unveiling! Arc of the Covenant - Ethiopia. Surprised?

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posted on Jun, 18 2009 @ 06:52 PM
Just to add any true researchers and scholars on this have been convinced of this location for a long time indeed,

From 2005 on ATS

Location of Ark of the Covenant
Oh and did Moses exist and the whole bible story,

YES PROVEN both archeolically and in literal terms too
Just look at the following link

Could the Egyptian Pyramid be the Moutn Sinai?

Well NO but the real mount Sinai is recorded and filmed there for you see as below:

If YOU claim any knowledge on this subject without knowing about this proof and research ou are LYING and fake

So as we can all see from the above Moses and the bitter springs, the calf altars and such like etc existed
SO why not the ARK in Ethiopia like the same story from the bible and archeolical evidence like the above....

Ps find the docu's yourself on the ark in Axum are there as strong as the above

Kind Regards


Edit as link not working old, elf

New video differant from link to thread above, please watch above link video for better docu... this one newer, shorter and more sensationalist rather than archeolicalical and investigative...


[edit on 18-6-2009 by MischeviousElf]

posted on Jun, 18 2009 @ 07:21 PM
Well... this looks interesting to say the least and with the pictures from Sacredsites i gotta say i would hide the Ark there if this is real could it prove God? or would that only be proven if someone opened it and was incinerated by light?

anyway looking forward to it what day is it apparantly being week?

posted on Jun, 18 2009 @ 07:30 PM
reply to post by asmall89

Well it's a Italian news site, soo i don't know... :p

what would be cool is if you open it and 10 little aliens jump out one of each reciting the commandments repeatdly

posted on Jun, 18 2009 @ 07:33 PM
reply to post by Raider of Truth

Please see my above post and know something about history, and archeoligical research eh?


posted on Jun, 18 2009 @ 07:35 PM
reply to post by aorAki

[edit on 6/18/2009 by Missing Blue Sky]

posted on Jun, 18 2009 @ 08:13 PM
I for one am sceptical. There were several repicas made to decieve those seeking the true ark, or so jewish legend has it. I think it is a copy that Solomons son took to ethiopia as a decoy. I believe that Vendyl Jones found the location of the Ark of the Covenant which is buried in a the cave of the column in the judean desert. he used the copper scroll of the dead sea scrolls to search out its location and as soon as he got ready to dig it up the government stepped in and made sure he never got permits to go further. He found the afar sherifsmon and the insense of the temple in a cave behind the cave of the blue light in the judean desert just as the scroll describes and just as the macabees describes it being sent thru a tunnel that ran under the temple mount 18 miles to the judean desert accompanied by preiests and prophets and a small army of men it was hidden in a cave to escape the devistation and raids by Babylononian armies. To me it makes sense the Ark would be buried in Gods land and not ethiopia. Also funny thing happened to Jones. When it was apparent he was on to something the Tumudic rabbi's got involved and made sure and converted old Jones to Tulmudism. It is timeley for interest in the Ark to be found as No temple can be reconstructed without the Ark and it's contents, nor can a sacrifice take place without the original ashes of the red heifer, also buried with the Ark along with the tabernacle tent as decribed by maccabbees and the copper scroll. This should prove to be interesting.

posted on Jun, 18 2009 @ 08:30 PM

Originally posted by moocowman
reply to post by trusername

Lawrence Gardener has written a fascinating book on the subject of the lost ark and it's purpose.

For those who would seek definitions of the word Ark he goes into a great deal of detail.

I found this to be a remarkable book along with graham hancocks contribution.

I've yet to come across these in PDF online but I highly recommend anyone that is interested in the subject buy a copy used and enjoy the read.

Here's a clip of Gardener discussing what he believes is the purpose of the Ark .

Nevertheless I still think this "Ark to be reveald" is nothing but a scam to try an keep ethopia on the map and grab some easy cash .

Google Video Link

[edit on 18-6-2009 by moocowman]

[edit on 18-6-2009 by moocowman]

this is the most informative post in this entire thread

i suggest everyone please watch the video moocowman posted on page 7 and hopefully this quote will relink it again

this lecture is truly epic and again i must say Thank You Moocowman for sharing this with us today

you surely deserve more than the 2 stars you have gotten !

posted on Jun, 18 2009 @ 08:47 PM
reply to post by trusername

but... I think people are wondering why a box with rocks would also be called an arc.

Let's look at it this way, now what is an arc? Now we can attribute this the same as an arc welder. After all its the same concept, an arc of energy goes from one point to another, In this instance the arc created is from God to Man. (probably lots of energy there.)

as in why not the Box of the Covenant.
Well that's not stylish now is it? If the Israelite's went around claiming they had a box of the covenant, no one would care, an Arc, however denotes power.

or more elegantly...

The Case of the Covenant ... maybe too sherlock holmes

I mean it's not exactly a case now is it? And it doesn't denote it's function as well. I wonder, if the Arc is used, would it actually send a visible beam to the heavens, creating a current or an Arc?

So we can now see the difference between the Arc of the Covenant, and Noah's Ark.

An Ark = Big ass boat

An Arc = Big ass stream of energy

So we can see plainly the difference between the incorrect spelling Ark, and the correct spelling Arc. Its all in usage.

posted on Jun, 18 2009 @ 08:48 PM
If this thing is the REAL ark, I would not want it.

If it is in Africa, Look at the state of that country. Maybe it is a curse.
If it is moved, and that country starts to tumble, I would say Hmmm, keep that thing far away from me!

posted on Jun, 18 2009 @ 08:51 PM
reply to post by amatrine

Cmon now I just tried to explain the difference between an Ark and an Arc. Do you want to see a big ass boat or do you want to see a box with rocks?

The Ark apparently is hanging out on the moon. (whole host of threads going that route) the Arc is in Ethiopia being guarded by guys that go blind for not listening to their mothers.

I mean dang.

[edit on 6/18/2009 by whatukno]

posted on Jun, 18 2009 @ 08:59 PM
I dont know if this link has been posted previously, but it is of interest to this topic. Its a rather long article, but ensure you click on the links at the bottom of the page, as it gives you the full story, it does go into the Ark, but you must read all of the pages to the articel. This is a must read:

[edit on 18-6-2009 by The_Seeker]

posted on Jun, 18 2009 @ 09:07 PM
How will you be able to see if the ten commandments are there if it shoots light and kills you?

sounds very holy XD
anyway...i hope this isnt fake...

posted on Jun, 18 2009 @ 09:25 PM

Originally posted by Missing Blue Sky
reply to post by aorAki

[edit on 6/18/2009 by Missing Blue Sky]

lol, I'm not exactly sure what you're trying to say, but I agree with your silence

posted on Jun, 18 2009 @ 10:48 PM
That video link of Lawerence Gardener discussing Gold and the Ark of the Covenant was great. I have heard about the human consumption of Gold as a way for enlightenment, and have even considered it a root of the problem with the world banks and federal reserve...but I digress.

What I did not know was how the Egyptian Pharohs would also consume the gold purified into powder. Moses learned this in Egypt and then fed the purified gold to the Israelites. Science has tested the consumption of this powder in humans recently according to this Gardener, and found it increases intelligence, intuition and coordination.

Another point in the video that was so fascinating is the antigravity properties of the monatomic purified gold...and the healing properties...

And how the Ark is in reality a superconductor, when used with the gold powder.

But he said the moatomic properties of the purified gold had characteristics of light and are considered exotic elements...this is interesteing because the holy books say God is Him there is no darkness.

So when the keeper priest in Ethiopia is gazing at the light in the Ark...he is gazing at super charged arc of electricity created by the superconductor it is.

posted on Jun, 18 2009 @ 11:21 PM
SO I just a crazy f-ing thought. You've all seen the fifth element. What if its like that sitituation. Where the ARK is the tool that can take out Niburu (Planet X) and save us all. If would kinda make sense, that God was sick of his creations being destroyed, so he made the Ark to protect us from the hell that could kill us. I wonder, is that why were being told about it now, so we can prepare for 2012? Crazy Eh, just a thought.

posted on Jun, 19 2009 @ 12:12 AM
reply to post by Paveway27

I have read a guy called David Wilcock, and he talks about the Ra Material, and it it it says the following:

Quote Law Of One;

Questioner: Thank you. I don’t know if this question will result in any useful information, but I feel that I must ask it. What was the ark of the covenant, and what was its use?

Ra: I am Ra. The ark of the covenant was that place wherein those things most holy, according to the understanding of the one called Moishe, were placed. The article placed therein has been called by your peoples two tablets called the Ten Commandments. There were not two tablets. There was one writing in scroll. This was placed along with the most carefully written accounts by various entities of their beliefs concerning the creation by the One Creator.

This ark was designed to constitute the place wherefrom the priests, as you call those distorted towards the desire to serve their brothers, could draw their power and feel the presence of the One Creator. However, it is to be noted that this entire arrangement was designed, not by the one known to the Confederation as Yahweh, but rather was designed by negative entities preferring this method of creating an elite called the Sons of Levi.

Questioner: Where is the ark of the covenant now? Where is it located?

Ra: I am Ra. We refrain from answering this query due to the fact that it does still exist and is not that which we would infringe upon your peoples by locating.

posted on Jun, 19 2009 @ 12:19 AM

Originally posted by Nightchild

Actually, if one studies the original, Sumerian texts of Creation, that are THOUSANDS of years older then the Bible, one will easily find that the above quoted statements are quite accurate, either some people wants it to be or not.

Enki was indeed written as the Creator of "modern" Man, and also as being the protector of the Creation.

well that's a major logical fallacy to assume that antiquity = authenticity. A major error that is also propitiated by secular archeologists in general. But they don't take any of it seriously so it is inconsequential to them.

You are probably a victim of Satanists like Laurence Gardner and psuedo scholars like Zecharia Stichin.

Enki was created by An. An is the Sumerian word for 'heaven,' and is the name of the sky god who is also the prime mover in creation, and the distant, supreme leader of the gods. It is An who took over heaven when it was separated from earth (ki), creating the universe as we know it.

Enlil is one of the most important gods in the Mesopotamian pantheon. According to one Sumerian poem, the other gods might not even look upon his splendor. Sometimes he is said to be the offspring of An...

Enki is the "crafty serpent"'lord of the watery deep,' the 'lord of hidden, unfathomable knowledge' in the depth of his 'house of wisdom.' He was also the chief magician of the gods.

Enki is just the serpent Satan who deceived the Sumerians into worshiping him. The Sumerian accounts just reflect the revisionist history given by Enki due to his rebellion from the one true God.

With this pattern in mind, of heaven and earth somehow giving birth to the gods, the very beginning of Genesis 1:1 is revealed as a revolutionary statement:

"In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth."

Moses was led to believe that the God he served was not a created being, who would one day die, or be usurped by rival Gods, but that his God was in fact the Creator of the entire universe, the One who existed before the world and who would exist when this world passes away. Clearly the authentic account and transcendent God is the Hebrew God!
Who also told us that Satan is in charge for now - so yes Enki is in charge for now... but not much longer. Laurence Gardner is a Knights of Templar devil worshiping liar.

posted on Jun, 19 2009 @ 12:23 AM

Originally posted by muzzleflash

this is the most informative post in this entire thread

i suggest everyone please watch the video moocowman posted on page 7 and hopefully this quote will relink it again

If you like Satanist propaganda, sure go ahead and enjoy yourselves.

posted on Jun, 19 2009 @ 12:35 AM
reply to post by trusername
The Ark of the Covenant is NOT in Ethiopia. Yes, the Ark has been found but when you learn where it really is and why it is where it is, you will understand why it is at this location. And you will probably be as amazed as I was when I learned of it's location. The Ethiopian story is another of the many frauds associated with the Ark. You will also learn why it hasn't been revealed YET.

So with that in mind, make yourself a large bowl of popcorn and get comfortable and be prepared to see one of the most informative and honest and totally amazing videos you've ever seen on the Ark of the Covenant. The video is 2 hours and 19 minutes long but it won't seem like it. You don't want to skip over anything because if you do you will miss the meaning of the Ark and also some of the evidence that is sprinkled throughout the video. The quality of the filming isn't the best but the content more than makes up for it. And don't be surprised when the REAL Ark of the Covenant doesn't show up in Ethiopia.


[edit on 19-6-2009 by F15-Pilot]

posted on Jun, 19 2009 @ 12:43 AM
reply to post by F15-Pilot

Sorry bro, :shk: with the Ron Wyatt. No one takes Ron seriously, he has told too many tall tales. I fell for his Red Sea Crossing chariot wheels - then He found Noah's Ark, then the Ark of the Covenant.... He even has Jesus' DNA. pffffffffffft.

It's all heresy and Ron is in big trouble on the bema seat.

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