It's in Ethiopia or Harrison Ford has it.
no, it's in a warehouse in nevada.
didn't you see the other movie?
Get out of here..!!! You mean in that warehouse 13 ..?! I always thought this warehouse was situated in Arizona. Anyways , doesn't matter...as long
as we know where it is..and the US government is watching over it..
thank you for posting the link to the works of Christopher Jordan....what a refreshing read...
I downloaded his 6 works for the pittance that was asked....less than a case of beer all up...IMO, well worth it....I'll be looking at some area's
in ancient constructions in a different light [pun intended] now.
what goes around comes around....I hope that I can return the favour one day.
my pleasure, it really does shed a ' different light' on many subjects
My favorite has to be the pyramids and how they produced useful power. I've read so many books on ancient advanced/lost tech and symbolic star maps
the Megawatt pyramids really blew me away. Most of the alt writers point to unknown, unworkable, aline and other bs. Jordan just quietly shows how a
pyramid collects and stores 2 Megawatts of power a day. Not a lost tech in the books, no new physics, just stuff we all know. Its amazing how the
other theories have gotten away with it for so long. I guess is linked to the mainstream reticence to walk away from tombs and religious shrines. Now
I laugh at all those mystic energy buffs and advanced tech hucksters. I am sure you will be soon too.
The Ark is so basic and drops straight out of the older devices it is shocking that this is the first manual on the subject.
Is the Ark mentioned anywhere outside of the bible?
The Ark of the Covenant was a common artifact in Egypt. Here is the Ark of Tutankhamen, and it is exactly at the Torah describes it, apart from the
cherubim (sphinxes) on the top. It even has the poles through brass rings.
you can not appreciate how accurate your statement
which is claimed that the Ark of the Covenant has the Staple Food nourishment call Mana in a Golden Jar aka Probably Radiated Food at that
is until you've built an Ark
BTW without the god of Moses and the Egytptians, there would be no ppl
well for one its still a mystery of How the Hebrews became in bondage 400 years ?
for two what most people don't know that a very small amount of radiated food is good for you actually it prevents cancer instead of causing it ..
but more of the balance will cause cancer go figure LOL.. a little to much cause damage to dna permanently ... then a mutation of course
happens... it may of been gods plan.. Who Knows ... then a again according to the Bible that we were deluded of what we originally were away from
the fallen Angel Gene Poll more less... as it seem god selected the Weakest link away from the Angelic Gene Pool sort of Speak .. all speculation of
Course but a Good Theory ...
With out a God no PPL is Right .. base of NO Noah Nor Abraham the Domino Effect.. ..
Ironic God Makes the Rules ( 10 Commandments ) during Moses time .. and Not Noah's Time... well as God Yawah or God with No Name was a Sinister
God then Becomes a Good Sympathetic God to a Point after Moses and more So after Jesus a descendant of David though his Mother ... The Ark of the
Covenant .. Hmm some say its in Ethiopia hidden away from the rest of the World by Monks , or placed in the New World ( America USA) but One
thing that is Historical Fact .. That Hitler was indeed searching for Holy Relics in his Rein ! .. He had the Spear of Destiny in his
Possession ... So The Movie Indiana John Raider of the Ark is Some what historical Showing Nazi searching for Holy Relics ..
Hitler's Holy Relics: A True Story of Nazi Plunder and the Race to Recover the Crown Jewels of the Holy Roman Empire Paperback
by Sidney Kirkpatrick (Author) www.amazon.com...
The Ahnenerbe ("Inheritance of the Forefathers") was a National Socialist scientific institute that was to research the archaeological and
cultural history of the hypothesized Aryan race. Founded on July 1, 1935, by Heinrich Himmler, Herman Wirth, and Richard Walther Darré, the Ahnenerbe
later conducted experiments and launched voyages in an attempt to prove that prehistoric and mythological Nordic populations had once ruled the world.
Its name came from an obscure German word, Ahnenerbe, meaning "something inherited from the forefathers." The official mission of the Ahnenerbe was to
unearth "new evidence of the accomplishments and deeds of Germanic ancestors using exact scientific methods." Formally, the group was called
Studiengesellschaft für Geistesurgeschichte‚ Deutsches Ahnenerbe e.V. ("Study society for primordial intellectual history, German Ancestral
Heritage, registered society"), and was renamed in 1937, as Forschungs- und Lehrgemeinschaft das Ahnenerbe e.V. ("Research and Teaching Community of
the Ancestral Heritage, registered society").
You May ask Why Am I putting this here a Connection with the Nazis
The Truth Is The Nazis were Actually were looking for these Holy Relics .. and Possibly the Ark of the Covenant ...
Possible Half truths in Movies Especially as Steven Spielberg was involved in the Movie Raider of the Lost Ark
Not saying this is Fact ... But its a What If.. IMO ...
edit on 18-1-2014 by Wolfenz because: (no reason given)
I told my grandmother I thought it was a walkie talkie without batteries to talk to "god" well over 25 years ago. She reminded me of it recently
when she was reading Rule By Secrecy. I certainly didn't know who Sitchin or the Annunaki were at 10. Funny the crap kids come out with.
The story of the Ark intrigues me. Surely most of you know the story.
My question: How many think it really exists or existed? And If you believe it exists(ed) Do you belive it really contained the 10 commandments?
We know the story from the Bible, and then the story of the Knights Templar excavating under the temple for years and coming out with something.
If somebody here is a genius on the subject, how do we come to the conclusion the knights excavated the area for like 9 years?
Is the Ark mentioned anywhere outside of the bible?
I know there is a tale of the queen of sheba and Ethiopia
I love thinking the Knights made it to America.
Can you believe in the Ark but think maybe Moses chiseled the two tablets himself or is it all or nothing?
I'd Love for the Ark to be real. Kinda doubt the whole "it held great power" thing
but would love to hear everybodies thoughts on it
Unfortunately there is no contemporary historical record of the Ark outside of biblical references with the exception of the Koran, and it takes the
OT as its source material. It's last mentioned being taken off to a mountain (from the top of which Moses saw the promised land) and hidden in a cave
there by the prophet Jeremiah [Ref: II Maccabees 2:4–8]. That's it. From here it vanishes out of the bible save a few references to it in the NT
and the Koran, none of which indicate a location. Historians estimate the last reference to its location was written about 100 BCE. This is similar to
relying on Greek Mythology as an accurate description of the location of the Golden Fleece.
As for the Knights Templar, there is no historical evidence they ever carried out excavations at the Temple Mount. At the time they were in occupation
the ground level would have been some 50m above the ground level of the original Temple, and there is no evidence that Solomon's Temple was located
at this site either. So, without any evidence of the location of Solomon's Temple, no evidence of excavation at the Temple Mount and even if there
was, the physical constraints would have made it near impossible for a medieval monastic order to execute.
It is unsatisfying when history presents us with a vacuum, a lack of evidence to suggest a particular activity, which usually means its a later
interpolation by people with a particular bias. It's not good practice to come up with a theory then use the lack of evidence to substantiate that
theory, that can lead to all sorts of misleading errors. The simple facts are we do not know, chances are we will never know.
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