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Holy Ark Announcement Due on Friday
« on: June 25, 2009, 04:25:19 PM »
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/132067

by Hillel Fendel

(IsraelNN.com) Ethiopian church leader says Friday, June 26, marks the right time to unveil the Biblical Ark of the Covenant, which he says has been hidden in his church for centuries.

Abuna Pauolos, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, was in Rome this week to meet with Pope Benedict XVI. While there, he told reporters that the time had come to reveal before the world the Holy Ark. He said that the holy container has been in the custody of his church for hundreds of years.

Paulous said he would make the full announcement this Friday, June 26, 2 PM local time (3 PM Israel time, 8 AM New York time) at a press conference in Rome.

The claim that the Biblical Holy Ark has been kept at the Church, in the city of Axum, is an old one, but this is the first time that the Church plans to actually reveal the actual container, or news of it. It is not known whether the Church claims that the actual Tablets of the Law are inside it.

Copies of the alleged Ark are kept in many other churches in Ethiopia.

The news of the impending announcement was first reported by the Italian news agency Adnkronos. Pauolos told the news outlet, "Soon the world will be able to admire the Ark of the Covenant described in the Bible as the container of the tablets of the law that G-d delivered to Moses, and the center of searches and studies for centuries."

Pauolos said "The Ark of the Covenant has been in Ethiopia for many centuries. As Patriarch, I have seen it with my own eyes, and only a few, highly-qualified persons could do the same - until now."

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Stuart Munro-Hay, author of `Quest for the Ark of the Covenant: The True History of the Tablets of Moses,` concluded that the object in question is definitely not the original Holy Ark.

The building of the Ark of the Covenant `“ also known as the Ark of Testimony and the Ark of G-d`s Covenant `“ in accordance with Divine instructions is recounted in the Book of Exodus. The Ark held the Tablets of the Law, and traveled with the People of Israel, leading the way into the Promised Land. It was placed first in the Tabernacle in Shilo, and centuries later in the Holy Temple built by King Solomon. Since then, its whereabouts have been unknown, though one popular legend says it was brought to Ethiopia. Alternatively, it could be under the Temple Mount, in a cave at Mt. Nevo in Jordan, in the Vatican, a hideaway in Utah, or elsewhere.

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Re: Holy Ark Announcement Due on Friday
« Reply #1 on: June 25, 2009, 05:32:59 PM »
it is a total fake
it will give the Roman Catholic church power
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Re: Holy Ark Announcement Due on Friday
« Reply #2 on: June 25, 2009, 05:51:53 PM »
Besides the definitions of a box, the word ark in Hebrew means to gather, gathering. Armageddon is a gathering place.

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Re: Holy Ark Announcement Due on Friday
« Reply #3 on: June 25, 2009, 09:24:39 PM »
Paulous said he would make the full announcement this Friday, June 26, 2 PM local time (3 PM Israel time, 8 AM New York time) at a press conference in Rome.

Or 5 AM Friday Pacific time.  This, if true, is momentous.

The Ark held the Tablets of the Law, and traveled with the People of Israel, leading the way into the Promised Land. It was placed first in the Tabernacle in Shilo, and centuries later in the Holy Temple built by King Solomon. Since then, its whereabouts have been unknown, though one popular legend says it was brought to Ethiopia.

"Its whereabouts have been unknown" only to those who haven't known where it went, and the history of the Ark after it left Jerusalem is called "legend" because it wasn't recorded in written English by Europeans or "discovered" by western archaeologists.

Fortunately, knowledge is not so ethnocentric.  Those who took the Ark from Jerusalem know where it went, and their successors, who have possessed it ever since, know where it is today.

During the building of the first Temple in the time of Solomon, a party of Levi and a party of Judah decided to falsify the Law and the prophets to propagate The Lie that the Messenger of the Covenant comes in Israel, to keep "dominion over the nations" in Israel.  Solomon deposed those Levites of their custody of the Ark and the Scrolls of the Law, and deposed those conspirators of Judah of their royal authority.  Because this scheme of the Talmudic zionists meant abandonment of the Promise made at Sinai to announce the Good News to the nations, the conspirators were taken into the Babylonian Captivity where the Hebrew language was lost, along with the Hebrew recitation of the Law and the prophets.  The Ark of the Covenant never again appears in the Hebrew or Aramaic Scriptures of Temple Israel, the "lost sheep of the house of Israel" to whom Jesus was sent.

But Solomon knew full well what he did with the Ark of the Covenant and the scrolls of the Law, and so did his son Menelik, born of the queen of Sheba and Abyssinia, Bilqis (in Saba) also known as Makeda (in Abyssinia).  Menelik, Solomon's designated successor, took the first-born sons of the twelve tribes, the Ark, and the Lion Throne of Judah, to Abyssinia, where his mother Bilqis/Makeda ruled as queen of a vassal kingdom of the empire of Solomon.

Of course this is not mentioned in the Talmudic "Torah" or in any other Scripture of the Talmudic zionists of Temple Israel, the scribes and pharisees of Jesus' time, whose pretense to authority in Israel has always been only that ~ pretense.  The Ark of the Covenant is not mentioned again in Scripture after Solomon.  There is no explanation of how it disappeared, who took it, where it went, or anything else ~ unlike the previous occasion on which it was captured by others.  The Levites knew, but they dared not tell anyone because it would expose them as fraudulent.

But it has never been "lost."

Stuart Munro-Hay, author of "Quest for the Ark of the Covenant: The True History of the Tablets of Moses," concluded that the object in question is definitely not the original Holy Ark.

Stuart Munro-Hay would not have been able to get near it, and certainly would not have been able to see it or touch it.  His "conclusion" is pure speculation.

Similarly Graham Hancock, author of "The Sign and the Seal," was unable to get near the Ark, and was not able to see it or touch it.  He did, however, in Axum, meet and speak with the guardian of the Ark, a monk named Gebra Mikail who, like all of his predecessors, never left the side of the Ark.  And the next day, in January of 1991, he attended and participated in the annual ceremony of Timkat with the people of Axum.  Timkat is celebrated every year by all of the Ethiopic Christians in each the twenty thousand churches of Ethiopia.

During the Timkat, the most important festival of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, the Ark (at Axum, or elsewhere one of twenty thousand replicas of the Ark) is carried in a procession from its green-domed windowless granite chapel alongside the Saint Mary of Zion Church to the Mai Shum reservoir, used to bless the waters for a communal immersion ritual, and then carried in a procession back to its protected vault.

Hancock concluded that the "Ark" carried in the procession was a replica.  He reached this conclusion by noticing that Gebra Mikail did not accompany the procession, but remained within the granite chapel, burning incense and singing, during the entire two-day ceremony of Timkat.  And from this he concluded that the Guardian of the Ark, who never left the side of the Ark, was indeed the custodian of the Ark of the Covenant at Axum, where a two-thousand year-old tradition of the Ethiopian Christians attests to its presence.

And from the time the Torah was placed "in the side of the Ark of the Covenant" by Moses, until now, no one has been allowed to even look at it except Moses, and after him, in an unbroken succession in each generation, the High Priest of Israel or Guardian of the Ark, who in 1991 was Gebra Mikail in Axum.

So what is the significance of this announcement that "Friday, June 26, marks the right time to unveil the Biblical Ark of the Covenant"?

I'd like to see an English and side-by-side Arabic translation of the scrolls contained in "the side of the Ark of the Covenant," please.  They would be written in the old Hebrew script, not the square letters invented after the Babylonian Captivity, but it shouldn't be too difficult to decipher them.

The Dead Sea Scrolls were hidden by the "scholars" for nearly fifty years before someone smuggled out photographs and published them.  How long will we have to wait to see what the original Torah actually says?

This is a very interesting development.  I almost wish I had cable television to see what might show up in the mainstream media in the morning.

What manner of event could cause the Guardian of the Ark of the Covenant to change the mandate of the Law that has prevented display of the Ark for over three thousand years?

Hmmm ...



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Re: Holy Ark Announcement Due on Friday
« Reply #4 on: June 26, 2009, 01:52:25 AM »
5 am pac time??, that is two hours ten min away from the world being sucked into a little box.
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Re: Holy Ark Announcement Due on Friday
« Reply #5 on: June 27, 2009, 03:35:09 PM »
Seekers of Ark Left in the Dark
 
by Gil Ronen

(IsraelNN.com) The leader of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church failed on Friday to make good on a promise of an announcement regarding the Ark of the Covenant.

The Italian news agency Adnkronos had reported that Patriarch Abuna Pauolos, who was in Rome this week to meet with Pope Benedict XVI, said that "Soon the world will be able to admire the Ark of the Covenant described in the Bible as the container of the tablets of the law that G-d delivered to Moses, and the center of searches and studies for centuries."

"The Ark of the Covenant has been in Ethiopia for many centuries,` he reportedly said. `As Patriarch, I have seen it with my own eyes, and only a few, highly-qualified persons could do the same -- until now."

The news agency said an announcement would be made at the Hotel Aldrovandi in Rome, where Pauolos was staying. However, a hotel spokeswoman told WorldNetDaily that although Pauolos had indeed been in residence there, no news conference or event was scheduled.

The original report quoted the patriarch as saying that the Ark of the Covenant "is in Ethiopia and nobody `¦ knows for how much time. Only G-d knows. " He also said that the Ark "is described perfectly in the Bible" and added that "The state of conservation is good because it is not made from man's hand, but is something that G-d has made."

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Re: Holy Ark Announcement Due on Friday
« Reply #6 on: June 27, 2009, 09:33:48 PM »
All these parasites hiding from the world the wonderful knowledge of their great God, I love it.

Reminds me of a saying my mother used once on me and the second time failed, "you'll never see what I got you."
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Re: Holy Ark Announcement Due on Friday
« Reply #7 on: July 03, 2009, 02:43:30 AM »
Considering Abraham, Moses, David, Solomon, Israel as well as everything else in the OT is myth so also is this ark and tablets and law. Innumerable fantasies have been woven around the myth but in fact the myth cannot be traced to any time older than the Greek Septuagint.

The squared script is the Aramaic alphabet. There is no evidence Hebrew was ever a spoken language. When the Judeans appear in history they are speaking Aramaic and no one is speaking this Hebrew.

And of course no announcement. But even if there had been an announcement, what do you think the chances would be of getting a sliver of wood for C14 dating? In fact they probably would not even permit photographs.

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