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Is the Ark of the covenant in Arkansas?

 
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If it were, wouldn't it be called
"arkofthecovenantansas"
instead of
"Arkansas"?
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I have know this for some time, been looking for this, I knew it would come.

On March 22nd of a certain year not to long ago I was reaching for the handle of a door to enter a stairwell and I heard with other ears, my son, count the steps, each step for a day, and at that time you shall find thyself at Jerusalem.

I counted each step to my destination and they were 56.

56 days by what I heard.

Adding 56 days to March 22nd is May 17th.

On May 14th I was in LasVegas, that weekend I was home, and on Monday May 17th I was in Springdale, Arkansas.

I never doubted what I heard my Father say, but until today I didn't understand it... I do now.
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56/18 = 3.1111111 = Rational Pi
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Maybe in the caves which contain the giant crystals which were activated late last year? I recall reading that the Atlantean's had put another crystal in the cave for save keeping as well.

Thread: Atlantean crystals heating up in Arkansas?
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A good thing would be to live near the Ark I think.
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Okay OP, make me understand...if so many of our leaders--past and present as masons, what is their future purpose of the Ark of the Covenant, if our government has some Luciferian leanings? Sounds like they will eventually reveal it--but to what end? Who is guarding the Ark...the government? Do they plan to use it for evil? Can it be used for evil? Do they view it as a magical relic? How does this all fit in with the End Times and WWIII?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 380667

According to the research of this individual the ark will not be found by the PTB. For obvious reasons of course....They will die!!! If i read correctly one must be of the tribe of Levi and lead of the Holy Spirit in order to be in its presence. Same rules apply today as then. And as well the ark will be the weapon used to defeat the PTB and their so called New World Order.
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OP where are you from?
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America, as the Flag next to my user info implies. If you are shill...good luck getting to me....I have God on my side...Do you seriously want to mess with God? I didn't think so! Have a nice day.
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A good thing would be to live near the Ark I think.
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I'm thinking about making the trek myself...Take my chances! It would be an awesome find!!!
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from Wikipedia



Healing claims

Steamboats made four trips a week from Little Rock to Dardanelle (the small town closest to mount Nebo) transporting summer visitors and their belongings such as formal clothing, horses, and carriages. Visitors came for the "pure chalybeate waters" believed to have sufficient medicinal value to cure illnesses such as asthma, malaria, and dyspepsia. Anyone suffering from exhaustion due to overtaxed mental or physical labor would also be restored to full strength and vitality in just 30 days. Mount Nebo was a retreat for men and women wearied in body and soul. It was also tauted as a place to get away from misquitoes that carried malaria and yellow fever which were more prevalent during that time due to the large areas of wetlands.
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Re: Is the Ark of the covenant in Arkansas?
If it were, wouldn't it be called
"arkofthecovenantansas"
instead of
"Arkansas"?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 929097


'arkin anne's arse
or
arkanus
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Steamboats made four trips a week from Little Rock to Dardanelle (the small town closest to mount Nebo) transporting summer visitors and their belongings such as formal clothing, horses, and carriages. Visitors came for the "pure chalybeate waters" believed to have sufficient medicinal value to cure illnesses such as asthma, malaria, and dyspepsia. Anyone suffering from exhaustion due to overtaxed mental or physical labor would also be restored to full strength and vitality in just 30 days. Mount Nebo was a retreat for men and women wearied in body and soul. It was also tauted as a place to get away from misquitoes that carried malaria and yellow fever which were more prevalent during that time due to the large areas of wetlands.
 Quoting: lapis lazuli 925845

Nice find! Funny thing there being a mount Nebo in ARKansas. Just to many coincidences....
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Re: Is the Ark of the covenant in Arkansas?
The following was a very interesting read, Boils down to everything we were taught in history was bullshit! WOW!

Part 1
[link to docs.google.com]

Part 2
[link to docs.google.com]


Good Find,
I believe we were duped by TPTB along time ago,
Seek And You Will Find!
I believe the New Jerusalem is North America
I don't expect any positive feedback from my opinion
I stand accounted when the day of reckoning comes
You will too.
I'm the Matrix of a program and most of you will succumb
to the deceit perpetrated against you.
All that is hidden will be revealed!
Prove all things
Hold steadfast to that which is good!


It's probably sitting on the river with God, in good ole Little Rock, since wouldn't God be a Little Rock.

Ribbit :)

I'd venture to say a little town called Mountain Home on the white river. Just a thought. Mine!


This is an interesting thread, considering my life. My life began at 4, when I remember looking down at my feet and thinking to myself, nothing makes sense. Even looking around, nothing made sense, as I sat there with my legs hanging off a barracks style bed and the only one in the very large brightly lit room. Then I remember showing up at the Children's Home and while it looked and smelled wonderful, nothing made sense. But at 4 years old, I didn't utter a single word, which wasn't normal for a 4yo but legal records do indicate something happened to me between the ages of 1 and 4 (became ward of state at 1), since that time period is lacking any documentation, as if I was missing for 3 years, but I assume they were sealed by the courts, due to my age and my biological father told me someone tried to kidnapp me and he had to fight them in court, but I've never known anything of it except for that and considering dad was a drunk, I can only imagine he showed up drunk and wanted to see me but the woman that had me refused, due to his condition, but alcohol will do that to someone. :(

The first time I remember anything making sense was when I was 5 and B.A.N. taught me Math. Math made sense and it was so easy to figure out the answer, unlike everything else. So I fell in love with Math that day and haven't stopped doing the Math since.

When I was 6, B.A.N.'s mother, a housemother at the Children's Home, retired and when she left, she took me with her and we ended up in the southern Ozarks just north of Clinton, Arkansas. It was so wonderful to get to grow up in the country, with so much wilderness to explore and I was all over it, plus, we had gardens every year and had chickens and the like, so I had a wonderful childhood, that otherwise might not have turned out so well. ;)

With the article about the Ark, it makes me wonder if I've ever passed right by it and never realized what it was?

Ribbit :)
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We all like to think we are special in some way, but you truly may be!
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Re: Is the Ark of the covenant in Arkansas?
wtf

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Anything is possible... Personally, I think it's in Etheopia but who knows.
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Re: Is the Ark of the covenant in Arkansas?
I actually had a vision, when I was younger, about the ark of the covenant. I live in Arkansas. I had the vision when I was 20, and living in White County on vacation from College.

I saw it being taken out of the earth, uncovered. I thought it was sand. It was so strange. Fruit and vines and just everything flourished all around it.

It has been stated, and I think quite correctly, that of all the states in the USA, Arkansas is the most blessed and could survive on its own without any other state trade.

This is a beautiful land.
 Quoting: Nyhee7 925613


Whoa! Are you still in White County? I am, born and raised here.

I agree with your sentiments about Arkansas.
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It's good to see that some people still read.
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Re: Is the Ark of the covenant in Arkansas?
no, its in 'sweet home, alabama', under a barn
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Thats Allah-ByGod Bama to you!
Pretty good Huh!
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The following was a very interesting read, Boils down to everything we were taught in history was bullshit! WOW!

Part 1
[link to docs.google.com]

Part 2
[link to docs.google.com]


Good Find,
I believe we were duped by TPTB along time ago,
Seek And You Will Find!
I believe the New Jerusalem is North America
I don't expect any positive feedback from my opinion
I stand accounted when the day of reckoning comes
You will too.
I'm the Matrix of a program and most of you will succumb
to the deceit perpetrated against you.
All that is hidden will be revealed!
Prove all things
Hold steadfast to that which is good!


It's probably sitting on the river with God, in good ole Little Rock, since wouldn't God be a Little Rock.

Ribbit :)

I'd venture to say a little town called Mountain Home on the white river. Just a thought. Mine!


This is an interesting thread, considering my life. My life began at 4, when I remember looking down at my feet and thinking to myself, nothing makes sense. Even looking around, nothing made sense, as I sat there with my legs hanging off a barracks style bed and the only one in the very large brightly lit room. Then I remember showing up at the Children's Home and while it looked and smelled wonderful, nothing made sense. But at 4 years old, I didn't utter a single word, which wasn't normal for a 4yo but legal records do indicate something happened to me between the ages of 1 and 4 (became ward of state at 1), since that time period is lacking any documentation, as if I was missing for 3 years, but I assume they were sealed by the courts, due to my age and my biological father told me someone tried to kidnapp me and he had to fight them in court, but I've never known anything of it except for that and considering dad was a drunk, I can only imagine he showed up drunk and wanted to see me but the woman that had me refused, due to his condition, but alcohol will do that to someone. :(

The first time I remember anything making sense was when I was 5 and B.A.N. taught me Math. Math made sense and it was so easy to figure out the answer, unlike everything else. So I fell in love with Math that day and haven't stopped doing the Math since.

When I was 6, B.A.N.'s mother, a housemother at the Children's Home, retired and when she left, she took me with her and we ended up in the southern Ozarks just north of Clinton, Arkansas. It was so wonderful to get to grow up in the country, with so much wilderness to explore and I was all over it, plus, we had gardens every year and had chickens and the like, so I had a wonderful childhood, that otherwise might not have turned out so well. ;)

With the article about the Ark, it makes me wonder if I've ever passed right by it and never realized what it was?

Ribbit :)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 930980

Hey you may know me, I worked for Will Dawson( Air Crash Retrieval) in Clinton, I had a house in Choctaw, surely you must have been up to Mt. Home,White River Gods Country! Stop by and see Will he's a pillar of the community and confirm my truths. Rocky Andrews
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Re: Is the Ark of the covenant in Arkansas?
I actually had a vision, when I was younger, about the ark of the covenant. I live in Arkansas. I had the vision when I was 20, and living in White County on vacation from College.

I saw it being taken out of the earth, uncovered. I thought it was sand. It was so strange. Fruit and vines and just everything flourished all around it.

It has been stated, and I think quite correctly, that of all the states in the USA, Arkansas is the most blessed and could survive on its own without any other state trade.

This is a beautiful land.


Whoa! Are you still in White County? I am, born and raised here.

I agree with your sentiments about Arkansas.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 880381


I live in Jonesboro, AR now. Have lived here for almost 20 years. I spent most of my youth growing up in White county, actually, all of it, come to think about it.

From 4th to 12th grade I went to Bald Knob, My mom comes from Center Hill area west of Searcy.

I'm about to go back home for a week, computerless, :(

The old homestead, where I'm headed, is a few miles west of Velvet Ridge.

So where abouts are you from?
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Oh, some are beginning to awaken...right on time.

The Elijah ministry of the end time is in Arkansas.

hf
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yes the ark is in arkie! That sort of makes sense doesn't it?
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DOH!! 1doh1
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I have a house for sale in Heber Springs if anyone wants to buy it.

make ya a deal...
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Now this was one awesome read....Thanks OP! Do you have or will you be posting more like this?
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I actually had a vision, when I was younger, about the ark of the covenant. I live in Arkansas. I had the vision when I was 20, and living in White County on vacation from College.

I saw it being taken out of the earth, uncovered. I thought it was sand. It was so strange. Fruit and vines and just everything flourished all around it.

It has been stated, and I think quite correctly, that of all the states in the USA, Arkansas is the most blessed and could survive on its own without any other state trade.

This is a beautiful land.


Whoa! Are you still in White County? I am, born and raised here.

I agree with your sentiments about Arkansas.


I live in Jonesboro, AR now. Have lived here for almost 20 years. I spent most of my youth growing up in White county, actually, all of it, come to think about it.

From 4th to 12th grade I went to Bald Knob, My mom comes from Center Hill area west of Searcy.

I'm about to go back home for a week, computerless, :(

The old homestead, where I'm headed, is a few miles west of Velvet Ridge.

So where abouts are you from?
 Quoting: Nyhee7 925613


Not too far from Center Hill. Are you familiar with Joy Mountain, Joy, Gravel Hill?
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Here's more proof that ancient Hebrew speaking people were in the US long before Columbus showed up:

[link to www.ancient-hebrew.org]

Looking forward to the next installments on this topic...
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OP,

Interesting read. Cannot form any sort of opinion until I see the rest. Do you have links to the rest of the story???
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Here's more proof that ancient Hebrew speaking people were in the US long before Columbus showed up:

[link to www.ancient-hebrew.org]

Looking forward to the next installments on this topic...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 926120



Course there is the language connection between Native Americans and Ancient Egypt....


Nahuatl....


[link to www.earthmatrix.com]
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Re: Is the Ark of the covenant in Arkansas?
It has been stated, and I think quite correctly, that of all the states in the USA, Arkansas is the most blessed and could survive on its own without any other state trade.

This is a beautiful land.


Whoa! Are you still in White County? I am, born and raised here.

I agree with your sentiments about Arkansas.


I live in Jonesboro, AR now. Have lived here for almost 20 years. I spent most of my youth growing up in White county, actually, all of it, come to think about it.

From 4th to 12th grade I went to Bald Knob, My mom comes from Center Hill area west of Searcy.

I'm about to go back home for a week, computerless, :(

The old homestead, where I'm headed, is a few miles west of Velvet Ridge.

So where abouts are you from?


Not too far from Center Hill. Are you familiar with Joy Mountain, Joy, Gravel Hill?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 880381



My mother grew up near Joy Mountain. Her last name was Carmichael. Her dad died last year, he was 78 I think, his name was Houston Carmichael.

I have an uncle living in the same area, David Carmichael, he's a certified gun dealer.
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Here's more proof that ancient Hebrew speaking people were in the US long before Columbus showed up:

[link to www.ancient-hebrew.org]

Looking forward to the next installments on this topic...



Course there is the language connection between Native Americans and Ancient Egypt....


Nahuatl....


[link to www.earthmatrix.com]
 Quoting: Sugarelf

interesting my elvish friend.

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