Ark of the Covenant in Yemen and Why Yemen is the next war front.

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posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 07:16 AM
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Howard Zinn sums it up quite succinctly:

A Brief History of Terrorism
by the USA








The Howard Zinn that was recently outed as a KGB agent!




posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 07:18 AM
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What I think is that, that woman in the picture has some amazingly pretty eyes but I will repost after i have read through that site. I have always found biblical artifacts to be very interesting even though i dont really believe in much of what the bible says. Sorry for being a bit off topic but you know I just has to say it



posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 08:03 AM
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That's supposedly not the only thing buried there. I've been reading about rumors of a stargate there.


Monday, February 08, 2010
Aaron McCollum - Stargate - Gulf of Aden - Yemen

In the Gulf of Aden, off the coast of Yemen, over 300 Naval vessels from friends and foes alike are circled around a deep seabed-embedded StarGate that has activated out over the waters and has visible metallic rings suspended in the sky and which have fully opened up an interdimensional/multidimensional portal through which--the King of Egypt reported to us this AM--large cigar-shaped ships have been transiting. When they come through a stargate they have to momentarily decloak and become visible. [source MARK HUBER]

Now, this sounds like CRAZY TALK, but place this alongside corporate media propaganda of Somali pirates near Yemen to keep 'You The People' out of the area?

And you have 'quite a story' concerning the forthcoming Alien Disclosure Project or whatever this forthcoming global False Flag Operation actually is. Here's Aaron McCollum telling Project Camelot of his involvement in this NEW WORLD WAR story. And, yes, it is my suspicion that he Avatar'd into dolphins as part of war games but we'll see more of that when he does his FULL interview (this is just about Gulf of Aden, Yemen).

Source: mikephilbin.blogspot.com...








Now, I am not saying I believe all of the above, however, something big is happening in this area or we wouldn't be sending, hell the world wouldn't be sending that many ships there.................I don't think the common person is being told the full story. As usual we are being left dancing in the dark (good song pun intended).

Don't believe in Star Gates............found this on the web about ten years ago.



The man sitting on the rock without the beanie is dressed in a very early 1900 white suit.

Somethings up, we also didn't just go to Iraq for the oil and "revenge"................think ancient artifacts that were found (and destroyed) that would have educated the masses as to our real history.

We have a friend that was a priest and archaeologist and if you don't do exactly what your government tells you and report in (like a good little doobie) your funding gets cut off (same with scientists).

Our friend over dinner one night told us, "yes there really are stargates, we can't figure out how they work, the technology whether alien or long past human (previous nuclear war?) is just too advanced."

Rumor has it that January 2010 one of these star gates off the coast of Yemen became activated.

Our friend says he is not allowed over there, the area is closed off to most of the archaeologist community, only those "with government clearence" are being allowed?

Just repeating what I have heard, this is second/third hand and I cannot myself confirm.

However, our friend does not lie, he is a very honorable man and what he has mentioned to us is again just hear say.

Possibly another piece of the puzzle.

If nothing of importance is going on over there, how come so many ships?



posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 08:42 AM
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posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 08:44 AM
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Your presuming the Ark even exists, of which no hard evidence has ever been found, It might not even be literal interpretation of the texts, rather something more symbolic.


Indeed, I would recommend to anyone who seriously wishes to investigate this subject do a little work and read the works of Tudor Parfitt who actually "found" what is said to be "The ark ".

One should also bear in mind that the "Exodus" (of the Jews that is) never actually happened, so bible thumpers beware you may not like what you find when investigating the ark.

Tudor Parfitt (born 1944) is a British Professor of Modern Jewish Studies at the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), where he was the founding director of the Centre for Jewish Studies


"Parfitt, Tudor (2008) The Lost Ark of the Covenant: The Remarkable Quest for the Legendary Ark. London/New York: Harper Collins."

"Parfitt, Tudor (1996) The Road to Redemption: The Jews of the Yemen 1900-1950. Brill's Series in Jewish Studies vol. XVII. Leiden: Brill."

"Parfitt, Tudor (1992) Journey to the Vanished City: the Search for a Lost Tribe of Israel. New York: Random House."


www.extrageographic.org...


Here is yet another take on the ark story - (Needless to say the information is best gleaned by reading the actual books but I'm aware some people prefer videos where possible)





PART 3 www.youtube.com...

Part 4 www.youtube.com...

PART 5 www.youtube.com...

PART 6 www.youtube.com...



posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 08:50 AM
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The Ark of the Covenant would be .. what ... 6,000 years old?
I'm thinking if there was one, it's turned to dust thousands of years ago.
Any precious metals have long ago been melted down into other things.

IMHO



posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 09:32 AM
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I was thinking about this last night when I first saw this thread. and pondered what if it were true and the ark of the covenant was a reactor of some kind that fits in the great pyramid. what would happen if it were returned? would the pyramid come to life? would a stargate open? would the ancient aliens return? the connection between the granite box in the kings chamber and the way the ark is described is more than a coincidence, what was the original purpose of the 2 the ark and the great pyramid? and lastly why was the ark hidden for all these centuries?



posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 09:45 AM
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Finally, the Yemen story is being given its due space. Many people seem to have fixed ideas about the Ark of the Covenant, and there is definitely a lot of speculation as to what it is, and where it is NOT. If you want the full story of "modern Arkology", you have to read Dan Eden's "The Never Ending" ebook.

Here is a brief article with a few salient points to consider when looking at Yemen, the Ark, the walled compound of the Queen of Sheba, the ground-penetrating radar tests showing a chamber under the never-excavated sands of the Palace of the Queen of Sheba.

"The Parked Ark - God's iPhone"

www.redicecreations.com...



posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 09:48 AM
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Sounds like some Syfy channel show. Maybe you should write it out and sell your story, they might buy it.



posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 10:15 AM
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Originally posted by Eavel
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This is absolutely AMAZING, I do hope it is there, and it does not matter who has it, honestly. If the Ark is there, it proves so many things and if not hidden to continue a false sense of reality.

Plus with the Ark being there, if it is, will increase faith across the board and bring understanding and people might actually pick up a bible and learn some morals/values (not saying everybdoy doesnt have them, we are going in a dire direction) It is a god instructed man made device that if exist, will not matter who owns it, the timeline has been set and this will be the stone.

Good stuff.


how exactly would this increase faith?

i thought faith was belief not based on proof.

i think this would do the opposite, and encourage faithless belief.



posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 10:24 AM
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Originally posted by Ezzedeen
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This story is zionist B.S. There are so many false statements the whole thing should be trashed. What a bunch of crap!

Jew are notorious for fabricating "artifacts", especially if they can use is to say "see this belongs to us", we were here first.

It really pissed me off when the author made the statement the "Palestinians have occupied the area for millennium". This statement used is such a way that "zionist homeland has been occupied" twisting the facts as usual. What a crock of sh!t. The zionist want to brainwash the world into thinking no one ever lived in Filistine before they did. They haven't had a "Kingdom" there since the Babylonians. What is past is past! Every place on earth was the home of other people at some time or another, Can the whole world tolerate everyone saying "my ancestors owned this place 3000 years ago so it is still mine? No we can't. Get over it JEW LIARS. YOU ARE THE OCCUPIERS!!!!!!
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im somewhat confused on how you interpret "the area" as being stated in a way to suggest "zionist homeland"

"the area" in my mind doesn't favor an opinion.

perhaps if it was stated "the Palestinians occupied our homeland for a mellenium"....

but thats not what it says.



posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 10:34 AM
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Chill dude, I don't think the article was implying anything negative when he said "occupied", it was simply a statement of fact. He spoke of Muslims and Jews living peacefully, side by side in Yemen, before Israel was established.

Any way, peace.



posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 11:19 AM
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Blind faith is the exact opposite of Biblical faith. The very definition of Biblical faith is given in Hebrews 11:1

Hbr 11:1 Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.


This is a fascinating story and one of the "big news" items I actually hope comes true. Wonder if we'll be in Yemen or Iran first.



posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 11:27 AM
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Come on! that "stargate" image you post is a badly made fake! how can you use it as a reference is beyond comprehensible.



posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 11:28 AM
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actually you are partially right, and partially wrong

Faith being the evidence of those things unseen (not in any way implying no evidence for belief in the first place), then when it is substantiated by facts my faith will increase. If I were to meet the Lord today, my faith in Him manifests into a higher belief of known facts. You cannot regress from it being validated can you? Weird that you probably adhere to a scientific method to deduce things but not in faith? Those of us that have biblical discernment (believe it or not you have to read it to discern it) we are watching amazing world events play out that are biblical truths at the micro level where we live out our lives from the macro that is being played out in our strange new world that is being opened before our eyes that quite possibly be end time events. we are in the end of the third dispensation of Adamic times. When Mashiach was cut off 2k years ago so was the prophetic clock halting the prophecies for the covenant peoples as the time of the gentiles came to the front of the world stage in the dispensation of grace.
As we see this age come to an end and once again the people of the covenant take center stage as the prophecy clock begins and Mashiach and those of the covenant will fulfill all the law. I find it very interesting to see how the ark fits so well into all these ages, or dispensations.
Creation, Adam (2k years), Law, Moses (2k years), Grace, Messiah (2k years), Kingdom Messiah returned, (1k years). I personally believe there is at least one, possibly 2-3 copies of the ark out there.
In my opinion the real Ark was set in a place made without hands by Jeremiah right under the place that the Lamb was slain and it's blood was there to sanctify all the articles found in the Holie of Holies as prescribed all throughout the Temple times in rituals.
We have but one High priest and He is the Lord of Lords and King of Kings.
Only the blood of the lamb could do it so how can it be any other way?
So, according to the varied sources I suspect a copy of the ark will be found in both Yemen and Ethiopia.I'ld venture to guess they have some powers but not like the original. Those in power today in Israel know not to go near it till the right person is there. But the copies, thats another story.
But something so very big is happening in the Gulf of Aden. How this ark and stargates all fit in we can only wonder.



posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 12:26 PM
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I didn't make the picture, I just simply posted what I found.

Why do you say it's a fake?

Just curious.

Again, not saying I believe one way or the other, just putting up information that I came across.

The picture looks old and geniune to me, but hey, I'm not a professional photographer or media specialist.



posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 12:31 PM
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If i had to venture a guess, and keep in mind this may not reflect my opinion, I would say his resaon for saying the photo is fake, is because the stargate in the picture looks exactly like one used in a popular and very long running sci-fi show.

Look up any google picture for Stargate SG-1 and you'll see what I mean.
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posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 12:33 PM
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Thank you Vaykun for the information................boy am I easily fooled or what!


Looked geniune to me.

I wonder though, with that many warships and from all various nations, somethings got to be up in that general area, the question is what?



posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 12:33 PM
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it seems i misunderstood who the increased faith was directed at.

i suppose you are right, for those who already have some level of faith it would be increased.(although i must add that this suggests it was previously weak in some manner). there are some who may be in the camp of "unmoved" or "not surprised" because they never held doubt to begin with.

i assumed it was directed at those who do not yet have any concept of faith.
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posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 12:38 PM
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I can agree with you there. Something is a foot off the coast of Yemen. Increased earthquake activity. Waships in the area. The dirt poor status of Yemen doesn't suggest it to be a major player in much of anything, so then why all the attention?





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