This guy is waiting for the end of the world near St Mary of Zion church in Axum, Ethiopia:
I am sure that the Ark of the Covenant is our rallying point to escape the End of Days. It is located within the Ethiopian highlands in the town of
Axum (Aksum). I will be there from 2006 with anyone who wants to come.
There are 2 reasons why I think Axum is the place to be. One is that the obvious place to go for safety is a mountainous area. The Ethiopian highlands
is a very large mountainous region that will give us good protection from tsunami and huge winds.
The other reason is that the Ark of the Covenant is at Axum and the Ark is an obvious thing to gather around at a time of exodus.
And this dude says its in Ireland:
The Ark of the Covenant is located at Tara in Ireland.
Proof that The Ark is buried at the location I need to excavate is contained in the Irish Metrical Dindsenchas, which state that Teia Tephi is buried
in a mergech (Hebrew for a temporary resting place) beneath a Mound that at the time of its construction measured 60 - 62 feet in diameter at the Hill
and of course theres Rosslyn Chapel:
For centuries the intricately carved stones of Rosslyn Chapel near Edinburgh have tantalised historians, archaeologists and devoted Christians.
A labyrinth of vaults beneath the 15th-century home of the Knights Templar is reputed to contain dozens of holy relics, including early gospels, the
Ark of the Covenant, and the fabled Holy Grail.
More than 550 years after the first foundation stones were laid, modern technology is about to put the legend to the test.
A group of Knights Templar, successors to the warrior monks who sought asylum from the Pope by fleeing to Scotland in the early 14th century and
fought for Robert the Bruce at Bannockburn, are to make a "non-invasive" survey of the land around the chapel. They will use the latest ultrasound
and thermal imaging technology in the hope of finding evidence of the existence of the vaults. "The plan is to investigate the land around the chapel
to a depth of at least 20ft," said John Ritchie, Grand Herald and spokesman for the Knights Templar.