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Is the Ark of the covenant in Arkansas?

 
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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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Yes, as soon as it arrives I will be posting it. Cant wait myself.
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the Ozarks are a safe place. Since I do not know where the Ark of the covenant is, I also do not know where it is not. Just like Schrodinger's Cat, the wave form of the Ark could manifest itself in any state (in the physics sense) or location one focused awareness.

In a very real sense, the Ark of the Covenant exists in the ozarks because some people think it could. It is a quantum world.

I was thinking this yesterday:

Noah's Ark
'oahs Ark
Ozark

Symmetry in all things.
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the Ozarks are a safe place. Since I do not know where the Ark of the covenant is, I also do not know where it is not. Just like Schrodinger's Cat, the wave form of the Ark could manifest itself in any state (in the physics sense) or location one focused awareness.

In a very real sense, the Ark of the Covenant exists in the ozarks because some people think it could. It is a quantum world.

I was thinking this yesterday:

Noah's Ark
'oahs Ark
Ozark

Symmetry in all things.
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Can't say it any better than that....
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laugh it up fuzzball.
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I have the next writing for this topic, I will be posting it soon.....Great read from the get go! For the record, this man who sends me these studies has no television or computer. All his research is via KJV bible and in depth book worming.

Read these first;

[link to docs.google.com]

[link to docs.google.com]

Then come back soon for the next part by doing a GLP search for; "Is the Ark of the covenant in Arkansas?" and or just the word "Ark"
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the Ozarks are a safe place. Since I do not know where the Ark of the covenant is, I also do not know where it is not. Just like Schrodinger's Cat, the wave form of the Ark could manifest itself in any state (in the physics sense) or location one focused awareness.

In a very real sense, the Ark of the Covenant exists in the ozarks because some people think it could. It is a quantum world.

I was thinking this yesterday:

Noah's Ark
'oahs Ark
Ozark

Symmetry in all things.
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Nice take...wow!
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As promised here is the next part to this study....Next one coming soon. Enjoy :)

[link to docs.google.com]

and

[link to docs.google.com]
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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???

Yes, as soon as it arrives I will be posting it. Cant wait myself.
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bumpfor update.....
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As promised here is the next part to this study....Next one coming soon. Enjoy :)

[link to docs.google.com]

and

[link to docs.google.com]
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update...Links
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I gave the holy grail to my soul mate...lmao
"The earth is mother of us all, for she is just; but you, because you are unjust have pretended that she is your mother alone; and if you do not stop, I will not permit you to remain upon her."

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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]
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I think so..i know so.. This is where is all began.. I have artifacts that are older than any thing in Egypt.. or the whole of Africa ..

We have been told a huge lie.. They won't even look at the facts of it, because it would mean what you are saying..
it's all been a bunch of lies.
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Been here 48 years. Don`t think so. Tell me where it is and i will go look. banana2
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It's in the basement of the original capital building.
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You should watch this. This guy/woman shows that the powers that be are making a star and pentagram of blood over a large region of the USA. Guess what is at the heart of that region???



[link to www.youtube.com]
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The following is published on the website of the Temple Institute, the Jewish organization in Jerusalem that is in charge of the rebuilding of King Solomon's temple (the Third Temple). They have already built all of the sections of the Third Temple off-site and they have recreated all of the special ceremonial pieces that the new temple will need. They are now simply politically jockeying into position to be able to place the temple on the Temple Mount.

According to the following information, the Ark of the Covenant was buried in a tunnel system underneath the Temple Mount and because this location has been handed down through the rabbinical leadership through the centuries, they know its location today.

[link to www.templeinstitute.org]

"The Ark"

An excerpt:

While some claim to have evidence that the ark is in Ethiopia, and of course, moviegoers were treated to a fanciful version of the story in "Raiders of the Lost Ark," in reality, the expression "lost" ark is not an accurate description for the Jewish people's point of view - because we have always known exactly where it is. So the Ark is "Hidden," and hidden quite well, but it is not lost.

Tradition records that even as King Solomon built the First Temple, he already knew, through Divine inspiration, that eventually it would be destroyed. Thus Solomon, the wisest of all men, oversaw the construction of a vast system of labyrinths, mazes, chambers and corridors underneath the Temple Mount complex. He commanded that a special place be built in the bowels of the earth, where the sacred vessels of the Temple could be hidden in case of approaching danger. Midrashic tradition teaches that King Josiah of Israel, who lived about forty years before the destruction of the First Temple, commanded the Levites to hide the Ark, together with the original menorah and several other items*, in this secret hiding place which Solomon had prepared.

This location is recorded in our sources, and today, there are those who know exactly where this chamber is. And we know that the ark is still there, undisturbed, and waiting for the day when it will be revealed.
An attempt was made some few years ago to excavate towards the direction of this chamber. This resulted in widespread Moslem unrest and rioting. They stand a great deal to lose if the Ark is revealed - for it will prove to the whole world that there really was a Holy Temple, and thus, that the Jews really do have a claim to the Temple Mount. (The official position of the Islamic Wakf, the body that governs over the Temple Mount, is that there never was a Holy Temple, and that the Jews have no rights whatsoever to the place).

-----------------------------------------------------

Expect to hear more concerning The Ark from:

Rabbi Chaim Richman on his "America Tour 2010"

[link to www.templeinstitute.org]

On this tour (June 7-23, 2010), Rabbi Richman will be speaking in 12 cities in Minnesota, Texas, and New Mexico.
Almost all of the cities the Rabbi will be visiting are in Texas.

Another excerpt:

“The prophecy of the word of the L-rd concerning Israel... Behold, I am making Jerusalem a cup of poison for all the peoples all around... it shall be on that day that I make Jerusalem for all the peoples a burdensome stone... and all the nations of the world will gather against it... ” (Zech. Ch. 12)

Rabbi Richman brings an urgent message from Israel: These prophecies are coming to pass now, they are the secret of every headline, every negotiation... come to learn how the future of Jerusalem will effect the entire world!

Rabbi Richman will also be exhibiting the completed Breastplate for the High Priest, featuring the 12 stones of the tribes of Israel, ready to be worn by the Kohen Gadol in the rebuilt Holy Temple. The Breastplate is the instrument of prophetic enlightenment in the Holy Temple.
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Proper Translation of the Bat Creek Stone:


Ancient inscription carved in solid rock found near a natural cave formation in the mountains of Lowden County, Tennessee...

Facing East toward Jesusalem...

In a string of perfect Ancient Hebrew...

Were the words...


"May the Lion of the Tribe of Judah

Be the Poker that Draws these Firebrands back to the Father."


the bodies of several "men of God" or priests were found buried nearby and it is believed that they are those who inscribed it. Ancient travellers in the USA.
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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]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 912885



of course MOST things in history have to be flawed.

it is virtually impossible to create a record of past events that contain enough information to completely describe each event or individual, group etc.

add to that the compelling urge a surprising number of people have to put all their belief in concepts that have no basis in verifiable fact or reproducable results, leads to the inevitable history is the lie! deduction.

so, yeah, why stop at history?

lets point the finger at religion, psychics and past life frauds eh?

im pretty sure ww2, the inquisition and the war of the roses happened.

but psychics communicating with dead people and predicting future events with any kind of regularity or reliability?

... why pick on recorded history, eh?

scratching
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The following is published on the website of the Temple Institute, the Jewish organization in Jerusalem that is in charge of the rebuilding of King Solomon's temple (the Third Temple). They have already built all of the sections of the Third Temple off-site and they have recreated all of the special ceremonial pieces that the new temple will need. They are now simply politically jockeying into position to be able to place the temple on the Temple Mount.

According to the following information, the Ark of the Covenant was buried in a tunnel system underneath the Temple Mount and because this location has been handed down through the rabbinical leadership through the centuries, they know its location today.

[link to www.templeinstitute.org]

"The Ark"

An excerpt:

While some claim to have evidence that the ark is in Ethiopia, and of course, moviegoers were treated to a fanciful version of the story in "Raiders of the Lost Ark," in reality, the expression "lost" ark is not an accurate description for the Jewish people's point of view - because we have always known exactly where it is. So the Ark is "Hidden," and hidden quite well, but it is not lost.

Tradition records that even as King Solomon built the First Temple, he already knew, through Divine inspiration, that eventually it would be destroyed. Thus Solomon, the wisest of all men, oversaw the construction of a vast system of labyrinths, mazes, chambers and corridors underneath the Temple Mount complex. He commanded that a special place be built in the bowels of the earth, where the sacred vessels of the Temple could be hidden in case of approaching danger. Midrashic tradition teaches that King Josiah of Israel, who lived about forty years before the destruction of the First Temple, commanded the Levites to hide the Ark, together with the original menorah and several other items*, in this secret hiding place which Solomon had prepared.

This location is recorded in our sources, and today, there are those who know exactly where this chamber is. And we know that the ark is still there, undisturbed, and waiting for the day when it will be revealed.
An attempt was made some few years ago to excavate towards the direction of this chamber. This resulted in widespread Moslem unrest and rioting. They stand a great deal to lose if the Ark is revealed - for it will prove to the whole world that there really was a Holy Temple, and thus, that the Jews really do have a claim to the Temple Mount. (The official position of the Islamic Wakf, the body that governs over the Temple Mount, is that there never was a Holy Temple, and that the Jews have no rights whatsoever to the place).

-----------------------------------------------------

Expect to hear more concerning The Ark from:

Rabbi Chaim Richman on his "America Tour 2010"

[link to www.templeinstitute.org]

On this tour (June 7-23, 2010), Rabbi Richman will be speaking in 12 cities in Minnesota, Texas, and New Mexico.
Almost all of the cities the Rabbi will be visiting are in Texas.

Another excerpt:

“The prophecy of the word of the L-rd concerning Israel... Behold, I am making Jerusalem a cup of poison for all the peoples all around... it shall be on that day that I make Jerusalem for all the peoples a burdensome stone... and all the nations of the world will gather against it... ” (Zech. Ch. 12)

Rabbi Richman brings an urgent message from Israel: These prophecies are coming to pass now, they are the secret of every headline, every negotiation... come to learn how the future of Jerusalem will effect the entire world!

Rabbi Richman will also be exhibiting the completed Breastplate for the High Priest, featuring the 12 stones of the tribes of Israel, ready to be worn by the Kohen Gadol in the rebuilt Holy Temple. The Breastplate is the instrument of prophetic enlightenment in the Holy Temple.
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No.
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As promised here is the next part to this study....Next one coming soon. Enjoy :)

[link to docs.google.com]

and

[link to docs.google.com]
 Quoting: Updated... 912885

the sequels are never as good..
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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 :)

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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It is interesting that you should mention 'Mountain Home...' My father told me that my great-grandfather and his sons (my father's father and uncles) were stone masons, and that they built all (or most) of the stone buildings in Mountain Home. My father has been there, I would still like to go... I understand that it is very beautiful there.
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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!
 Quoting: rocky 675648

Duped is not the word,However very close It is very true it is here I thoought everyone knew and Jerusalem is North America and she is also called Babylon she has many names,However now she is being CURTAILED on all four sides and guess what we are going to witness her fall I live in Ar-Kansas and it is written that the four great judgements that GOD is bringing on her(AMERICA) RAIN,HAIL,SNOW AND EARTHQUAKES are happening now, we are use to seeing these destructions occur in other countrys, now that we are in the last days she will and is being brought to a naught and this is what will bring those on the outside inward,It is now time for her to pay for her sins it is written everyone will start moveing in the center af America which is why the Ark is Here you will see. TO BELIEVE IS TO ACCEPT SOMETHING OR ANYTHING WITH OUT PROOF,you must know that MATHMATICS is FACTS MEANING EVERYTHING CAN BE PROVIN. FACTS plus FACTS plus FACTS GIVES YOU THE absolute!
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the Ozarks are a safe place. Since I do not know where the Ark of the covenant is, I also do not know where it is not. Just like Schrodinger's Cat, the wave form of the Ark could manifest itself in any state (in the physics sense) or location one focused awareness.

In a very real sense, the Ark of the Covenant exists in the ozarks because some people think it could. It is a quantum world.

I was thinking this yesterday:

Noah's Ark
'oahs Ark
Ozark

Symmetry in all things.
 Quoting: Freethinker

Maybe you might want to think along the lines of the Yellow Brick Road:

[link to www.imdb.com]

Gone With the Wind beat it out on being the first color movie so it should have been the first but second still works. thumbs

Ever wonder why we like it so much? hmm

Ribbit hunter

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I gave the holy grail to my soul mate...lmao
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You can't give that which was already given. rose

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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 :)


We all like to think we are special in some way, but you truly may be!
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I'm just a lil toad that cares like everyone should! rose

We all dew our part! thumbs

It's so nice to see so many fellow Arkies on GLP. I have this feeling many of us will be meeting soon, when God Trumpets sound and I have a feeling that isn't too far off! jumpy

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As promised here is the next part to this study....Next one coming soon. Enjoy :)

[link to docs.google.com]

and

[link to docs.google.com]

the sequels are never as good..
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Hey, hows about some more docs.

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