Greece, the epicenter of the modern sovereign debt crisis, which is threatening to collapse the entire financial system of the world may also be the
epicenter of the future religious crises to come.
Yesterday, it was announced that the Ark of the Covenant had been found in Alexander the Great's tomb on an island named Thasos:
It is believed that the tomb of Alexander the Great and the Ark of the Covenant have been found on the Greek Island of Thasos, announced Russian
Grekomania.ru, which is information partner of the Greek Minister of Culture and Tourism.
Head of the research group Pitia Nikolaos Kumardzis announced that the findings emerged during amateur excavations. According to him, some unexpected
results were reported during the excavations on Thasos Island.
Greek researchers are convinced that the findings really are the tomb of Alexander the Great and the Ark of the Covenant.
The history of this discovery is traced back to research done by Nikolaos Koumartzis:
Today, a 5.2 earthquake hit Greece near the site: earthquake.usgs.gov...
Does this mean someone opened the Ark today?
Don't know, but there have been a string of earthquakes occurring at another very ancient site in Van, Turkey this week:
Van just happens to be where the Behistun Inscription (522 BC) is written, but what does it say? I don't know! Is it important? What does this
Van is also where the Inscription of Xerxes the Great on the walls of the Van Citadel is written, but it doesn't seem very significant. Is it?
Xerxes the Great WAS significant though. He may have even been great for other reasons.
After you read the rest of this article, remember to come back to the following two links, which ties Xerxes, the anti-Christ (sounds like Obama), and
the Ark together:
Anyway, what are the religious implications of this discovery? To some, it means that a temple will be built to house it, and then the anti-Christ
(Obama probably) will come to desecrate it:
According to the 2 Maccabees 2:4-7, the Prophet Jeremiah hid the tabernacle and the Ark of the Covenant in a cave in Mount Nebo, Jordan. This could
very well connect Alexander the Great to the Ark if it was hidden at Mount Nebo before the Babylonian invasion of Jerusalem in 586 BC. What if
Nebuchadnezzar II found the Ark?
Many great astronomical and mathematical achievements were made by the Babylonians during this period. Important to note that the Babylonian system
of mathematics was sexagesimal, or a base 60 numeral system. From this we derive the modern day usage of 60 seconds in a minute, 60 minutes in an
hour, and 360 (60 x 6) degrees in a circle. (666)
If the Babylonians found the Ark, and Alexander the Great conquered all of the Persian Empire to the Indus River in India, then he is clearly
connected to it. He would have ruled over the area where the Ark was possibly located.
Alexander the Great was great because he was never defeated in battle. Sounds a lot like why the Nazis wanted it in the fictional Indiana Jones
movies, doesn't it?
Ok, so back to today. Jews rule the world. Ben Bernanke and every Federal Reserve Director before him since 1914 has been Jewish. You can read all
about the Rothschilds and Jewish plans in the book "The Creature from Jekyll Island" and a "Dialogue in Hell between Machiavelli and Montesquieu."
Anyway, that is not the point of this. That is a whole other conspiracy theory well documented all over the place. The point is that Jews have all
the financial resources at their disposal. Greece has none. Greeks are rioting in the streets over new austerity measures. There is nothing that
Jews would want more than to have the Ark of the Covenant in their control with all of Iran's saber rattling going on right now. I think a deal is
about to be made to save both Greece and Israel if this is true. All that's left is for the transfers to take place, a temple to be built, and the
anti-Christ to come along and desecrate that temple. After that, say a prayer and repent?
The important thing is to prove or disprove the Ark has been found. If it has been found, watch the news carefully for signs of strengthening Greek
and Israeli alliances. For very recent examples:
Don't dismiss me as an anti-Semite or a religious freak. I don't care if any Jew lives or dies, and I don't know if I even believe in God. I just
have a knack for piecing things together...All that I offer up are clues that I have stumbled on in the past week. Take it or leave it.
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