On August the 14th this month, the original Ark of the Covenant is to be revealed in Gaza, by an archaelogist called Vendal Jones. Jones is not linked in anyway with the character, Indiana Jones, so therefore the parrallel is deeply interesting...

Thursday, July 28, 2005

Full Ark of Covenant story

Pin camera ready to roll on Ark of Covenant discovery
by Judi McLeod,
Canada Free Press.
June 29, 2005
Toronto-- Mark August 14, 2005 on your calendar as potentially momentous. It’s one day before Ariel Sharon’s planned removal of 8,000 settlers from the Gaza strip, a dramatic event no matter the outcome.
Providing even more drama of a coincidental kind is Dr. Vendyl Jones. With the kind of credentials that make him one of the world’s most renowned experts on Qumran and the Land of Israel, Jones last month announced on Israel National Radio that he hopes to reveal the long-hidden site of the Ark of the Covenant "by August 14."
Stirring human imagination down through the ages, the Ark of the Covenant is allegedly the acacia chest in which Moses placed the Ten Commandments.
Jones calls his project to reveal the site of the ark, "Project Petakh Tiquah", "Door or opening of Hope".
No single story could ever do justice to the amazing accomplishments of Vendyl Jones, who was the true-life inspiration for Indiana Jones of Raiders of the Lost Ark blockbuster movie fame.
The real heroes of life are not up on the silver screen, they’re out in the field conducting tireless missions, under funded, media mocked, but soldiering on. The true-life red-blooded version always dwarfs the movie version.
Dr. Vendyl Jones’ painstaking detective work pinpoints the long lost ark as being "hidden in a secret passage that runs 18 miles south of the Temple Mount into the Judean desert."
No Hollywood hype could provide the same level of anticipation.
Since 1972, Jones has conducted eight major excavations of Qumran, the area where the Dead Sea scrolls were discovered in 1947. The Shemen Afar Shimon, the Holy Annointing Oil from the Holy Temple, was found in April 1988 by Jones’ archeological team. With an investment of nearly $2 million, all of it donated by supporters of his Vendyl Jones Research Institute and none of it from government, foundations and grants, Jones’ digs involve over 300 dedicated volunteers.

Should Vendyl Jones find what he is looking for in the Judean desert, Indiana Jones, the flickering ghost of the screen will be replaced by truth-is- stranger-than-fiction immortality.
By Aug. 14, Jones and Company are going to drill a borehole into the chamber which they believe contains the ark, drop a pin-camera in and, hopefully reveal the find to a watching world.
Non-believers may be interested to know that Jones has already discovered some of the holy items associated with the ark.
A credible Torah teacher, who hails from Texas, Jones has represented the Israeli Foreign Minister in a two-year lecture series on college campuses with P.L.O. representatives.
Rabbi Adin Israel Steinsalz, head of the Institute for Talmudic research and thought to be the world’s most renowned Talmudic scholar called Jones’ work, "Scientifically valid research which may result in important findings for the Jewish people and the world."
Wherever you plan to be on or around Aug. 14, you could be front row center to the filmed discovery of one of the world’s greatest artifacts of all time.
Missing for centuries, the ark is believed to have disappeared with the destruction of the First Temple by King Nebuchadnezzar II of Babylon in 587 B.C. Indeed, the exact whereabouts of the ark have been shrouded in mystery ever since.
Incredibly the Ark of the Covenant has a pretender.
With the blessings of the United Nations, a bizarre ark knock-off, carried through Vermont farm fields and sailed by sloop to UN Manhattan headquarters, has been making the rounds as a show-and-tell exercise at public schools. Called the Ark of Hope, the replica carries, among other things, the Earth Charter, a replacement for the Ten Commandments as advocated by former Soviet Union President Mikhail Gorbachev and Kofi Annan right hand man, Maurice Strong.

The Earth Charter is "an international peoples’ treaty for building a just, sustainable and peaceful global society in the 21st century". (Philologos Bible Prophecy Research).
Even as you read this, the hidden location of the real artifact is underway with results possibly coming your way the summer of 2005.
Canada Free Press founding editor Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years experience in the media. A former Toronto Sun and Kingston Whig Standard columnist, she has also appeared on Newsmax.com, the Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, and World Net Daily. Judi can be reached at: letters@canadafreepress.com.

Ark of the Covenant - today?

"Mark August 14, 2005 on your calendar as potentially momentous. It’s one day before Ariel Sharon’s planned removal of 8,000 settlers from the Gaza strip, a dramatic event no matter the outcome."

They are not kidding, the Ark of the Covenant was the most precious of ancient religious artefacts, it was YHWH's contract to the Jewish nation that they were his people.


This story comes at a surprising time, our history has never been so littered with wars as in the last few years.

The Western nations are locked in a war on Terror, becoming increasinly swamped by the enormity of the world situation.

Anyone said to possess the Ark, would have the incredible backing of God...

I wish to point out the obvious...

If I wear a wedding band, does that mean my wife does my every bidding?

Of course 'possessing' the box would hold no credance, if the God of the box, didnt like the owner.

This is of course what happend supposedly in the bible when Jesus died, the curtain seperating the Holy and the most holy were rent in two; rendering the Ark of the Covenant visible to all...

...meaning the contract was off...

So, it's in Israel...

We have all seen Indiana Jones and the 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'

Surprisingly enough, Vendil Jones, said to be revealing the Ark, has no links in any way to the film...

Watching that space...

Full Ark of Covenant story here