Adventist Adventurer Claimed to Have Found Ark of the Covenant Beneath Crucifixion Site

Adventist Adventurer Claimed to Have Found Ark of the Covenant Beneath Crucifixion Site

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One of the greatest mysteries for believers of the Judeo-Christian religions is the present location of the Ark of the Covenant, a chest that is said to contain the two stone tablets of the original Ten Commandments. There are many theories as to its whereabouts but nobody can know for certain because legend says a mere human cannot look on such a holy artifact without suffering tremendous consequences (though perhaps not so severe as those portrayed in Raiders of the Lost Ark ). However, one man claims to have not only found the Ark of the Covenant but to have seen it with his own eyes. Ron Wyatt says he found the Ten Commandments on January 6, 1982, an event he believes was foretold by prophecy.

‘The Ark Passes Over the Jordan’

‘The Ark Passes Over the Jordan’ ( public domain )

Possible Locations of the Ark

The Bible says that the Commandments were preserved by the Israelites in a wooden chest covered with gold, the Ark of the Covenant. The chest may also contain the rod of Aaron (which famously turned into a snake before the Pharaoh’s eyes) and a pot of manna (believed to be food provided by heaven for the Israelites to survive on while wandering around in the desert).

One of the strongest claims to possessing the Ark is made by the Ethiopian Church of Our Lady Mary of Zion, which maintains that the Ark was carried to Axum by the son of the Queen of Sheba and King Solomon for protection. Many other churches put forward claims as well. Possible locations of the Ark include Jordan, Egypt, Israel, South Africa, France, Italy, Ireland, and the United States.

Ron Wyatt, an amateur researcher, adventurer, and Seventh Day Adventist, believes he found the Ark buried under the remains of the old city of Jerusalem. Indeed, his version says that the Ark of the Covenant was situated exactly beneath the spot where Jesus of Nazareth was crucified.

‘The transfer of the ark by the singing and dancing King David.’

‘The transfer of the ark by the singing and dancing King David.’ ( public domain )

Hidden in an Underground Chamber

Since escaping Egypt and settling in the promised land, the Ark was kept in the Holy Temple, also known as Solomon’s Temple. 600 years before Jesus’ death, the Babylonians under Nebuchadnezzar invaded and destroyed much of Jerusalem, including the Temple. It is at this moment in time that the Ark becomes lost to history. When the Babylonians began their attack, they built a huge Siege Wall around the city so that nobody could get in or out. In response, the Israelites built many tunnels so that they could move about the city without causing alarm. Many of these tunnels still exist today and ancient artifacts have been found in some before. Wyatt argues that the Ark of the Covenant, the most sacred Jewish artifact, was hidden in an underground chamber, which was then sealed and forgotten.

An illustration of Solomon’s Temple in Jerusalem.

An illustration of Solomon’s Temple in Jerusalem. ( CC by SA 4.0 )

Prophecy – Commandments to be Revealed

In 1901, a woman by the name of Ellen G. White made the following prophecy:

“And He [Christ] gave unto Moses, when He had made an end of communing with him upon Mount Sinai, two tables of testimony, tables of stone, written with the finger of God. Nothing written on those tables could be blotted out. The precious record of the law was placed in the ark of the testament and is still there, safely hidden from the human family. But in God’s appointed time He will bring forth these tables of† stone to be a testimony to all the world against the disregard of His commandments and against the idolatrous worship of a counterfeit Sabbath.”  (White quoted in Covenant Keepers, 2016).

Students of the Bible, such as Mr. Wyatt, believe that “the Lord God does nothing, without revealing his secret to his servants the prophets” (Amos 3:7). Ms. White’s prophecy, made 81 years before Wyatt’s discovery in 1982, was thus believed by Wyatt to be the foretelling of the miraculous unearthing of the Ark.

Moses holding the tablets of the law (1659) by Rembrandt.

Moses holding the tablets of the law (1659) by Rembrandt. ( public domain )

Wyatt’s Excavations

Comments

Do YOU know what was written on the tablets? personally I think it's all bullshite, for a start according to Exodus 32:19 Moses smashed the tablets when he threw a tantrum after seeing the golden calf, so what did he do then? off to Woodies for Gorilla Glue to stick them back together I suppose

How does anyone know what was written on the tablets? personally I think it's all bullshite, for a start according to Exodus 32:19 Moses smashed the tablets when he threw a tantrum after seeing the golden calf, so what did he do then? off to Woodies for Gorilla Glue to stick them back together I suppose

"The Ark is secured in a grotto cave, candeloprea,shewbread table , ark with ten commandment 's and guarded by angels until the time the anti.Christ program is in full swing and man needs to Repent of sin and find forgiveness and salvation and comfort from the spiritual revelation of mans true condition !!! This day of ressurection comes!! Dont miss the train !! As soon as man stops worshipping astoreth and satanic vulgar,to which there is no end, Jehovah has made all the sacrifice by giving his son as the only way to eternal glory!!!

Wyatt told the truth. Research it thoroughly and you will come to the same conclusion. The greatest discovery in the last 2 000 years has been covered up by the Zionists because it showed that Jesus is the messiah. The blood of Christ on the mercy seat also fulfilled Gods' covenant to save a remnant of the human race. Investigate this discovery as if your eternal life depended on it.

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