reply to post by mark1167
Yes , I think the "money piy"
is way too complex for a drunken pirate venture .
It may contain The Ark of The Covenant
At first the Knights Templar had no church and no particular place of to live.
In 1118, nineteen years after the freeing of Jerusalem, King Baldwin II of
Jerusalem, granted the Knights Templar a place to live within the sacred
enclosure of the Temple on Mount Moriah. This place was amid the holy
structures which were exhibited by the priests of Jerusalem as the
Temple of Solomon. The "Poor Fellow-soldiers of Jesus Christ"
became colloquially known as "the Knighthood of the Temple of Solomon"
and subsequently the Knights Templars.
'Yes. God Himself inscribed the ten words of the law upon two tablets of stone.
Moses then placed these tablets inside the Ark of the Covenant - which
afterwards accompanied the Israelites during their wanderings in the wilderness
and their conquest of the Promised Land. It brought them victory wherever
they went and made them a great people. At last, when its work was done,
King Solomon placed it in the Holy of Holies of the Temple that he had built
in Jerusalem. Legend tells that the Ark , buried beneath the two entrance
columns , would create a rainbow and clouds there . And from there, not
long afterwards, it was removed and brought
'Tell me how this happened,' I asked. 'What I know of your traditions is only
that the Queen of Sheba is supposed to have been an Ethiopian monarch.
The legends I have read say that when she made her famous journey to
Jerusalem she was impregnated by King Solomon and bore him a son
- a royal prince - who in later years stole the Ark...'
In Ethiopia .....
Here we examined and photographed a remarkable series of giant obelisks carved from slabs
of solid granite. The most massive of these, a tumbled fractured ruin, was believed to have
fallen to the ground more than a thousand years previously. In its heyday, though, it had
stood one hundred and ten feet tall and must have dominated the entire area. I remembered
from the reading I had done on the flight that its weight was estimated to exceed five
hundred tons. It was thought to be the largest single piece of stone ever successfully
quarried and erected in the ancient world.
This fallen stele was painstakingly hewn to mimic a high, slender building of thirteen storeys
- each storey complete with elaborate representations of windows and other details,
and demarcated from the next by a row of symbolic beam-ends. At the base could be
discerned a false door complete with a knocker and lock, all perfectly carved in stone.
It was in the grounds of Haile Sellassie's chapel that the guardian monk told me his
astonishing story about the Ark and warned me that it was 'powerful'.
'How powerful?' I asked. 'What do you mean?'
The guardian's posture stiffened and he seemed suddenly to grow more alert.
There was a pause. Then he chuckled and put a question to me: 'Have you seen the stelae?'
'Yes', I replied, 'I have seen them.'
'How do you think they were raised up?'
I confessed that I did not know.
'The Ark was used,' whispered the monk darkly, 'the Ark and the celestial fire.
Men alone could never have done such a thing.'
Ark was taken to Ethiopia by Sheba's son ....
Knights Templar took King David's remains from Mt. Moriah ...
then went to Ethiopia and witnessed it's POWER ....
Knights Templar stole the Ark ,
and took it back to France , along with King David's remains .
... Vatican gets wind of story , and hunts down the Knights Templar .
...Templars escape with Ark , and King David's bones ...
and go directly to ....
Oak Island ?
Their sunken ship is still there ,
and they seem to have suicided , to hide the truth ?
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