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The Ark of the Covenant


One of the greatest mysteries of the Hebrew Bible
involves the Ark of the Covenant: the vessel of the stone tablets on which
God inscribed the ten commandments, imbued with incredible destructive powers. The bible makes frequent and detailed reference
to the extraordinary power of the ark, but the object inexplicably vanishes from historical
record sometime in the 6th or 7th century BCE. Many questions remain, but insights from
new scholarship, and a few ancient traditions, expose the remarkable story
of this mysterious ancient object. The word “ark,” as it originally appeared in Hebrew,
means a kind of container, or a simple boat, and the “covenant” refers to the
agreement Moses made with God to have the Hebrews become his chosen people. The ark of the covenant was built
to house the ten commandments as they were inscribed on two stone tablets. The earliest reference to the ark
occurs in Exodus 25, verse 10, when God commands Moses to build him a “sanctuary”
so that he can “dwell amongst” the Hebrews. The ark was constructed, by divine specifications,
at 1.2 meters long, and 76 cm tall and 76 cm wide. It was made of acacia wood, a tree associated
with the tree of life in mystical traditions, and covered in gold, inside and out. The lid was a solid gold slab, called the mercy seat, with two cherubim angels on top with
wings outstretched towards each other. This feature was meant to emulate the two cherubim
that were standing on opposite sides of God when Moses encountered him on Mount Sinai. God told Moses that he’d speak to
him from between these cherubim, and the bible often describes God
appearing here as a vaporous cloud. When God gave Moses the ten commandments, he ordered him to place the stone tablets
they were written on inside the ark. God also commanded him to place inside of it a
pot of manna and the staff of Moses’s brother, Aaron, and to consecrate the sacred vessel
with the oil of holy ointment. The ark was to serve as a mobile sanctuary
for the commandments of God, and for the spirit of God himself, during the Hebrews’
40-year exile in search of the promised land of Israel. The ark was to be carried by the priests
of the Levite tribe – the tribe of Moses – on gold-coated, acacia wood poles
slid through gold rings on its sides, and was to be handled according
to specific instructions from God. When not travelling, the ark was placed in a
portable fenced-in tent called the Tabernacle. The ark was almost never opened in all its history, and it was kept under a veil of
badger skins and a blue cloth, shielding onlookers from its supernatural radiance. The ark glowed brilliantly at all times,
and was frequently accompanied by clouds, thought to be the vaporous presence of God. During their period of exile, the Hebrew tribes
used the ark to incredible effect both as a weapon against hostile forces,
and as a tool for manipulating the environment. It was brought into battle in their wars against
the Amorites, the Midianites, and the Philistines. In Joshua 3, the river Jordan dried up under
the feet of the priests carrying the ark across. Later, the Hebrews marched the ark around
the city of Jericho once a day for 7 days, allegedly causing the stone walls to come crashing
down when the priests sounded their horns
(Joshua 6: 16-20). The ark was also consulted as a divining tool
before several important battles. At the same time however,
the ark was extremely dangerous, and inflicted suffering and death upon
those who approached it without great care. Nadav and Avihu, the sons of the priest, Aaron, brought a foreign flame in a metal incense
burner to offer a sacrifice in the Tabernacle and were engulfed by a burst of flame
emanating “from the Lord” and killed. King Uzziah was struck with leprosy when he too
brought a foreign flame in a metal burner before the ark. When Uzzah tried to steady the ark while it was being
transported by ox-cart, he was immediately struck dead. Jewish exegetical traditions tell of several instances
in which the ark would levitate over its carriers, or pick them up and throw them to the ground. After a crushing military defeat at Ebenezer
described in the book of Samuel, the Hebrews lost the ark to the Philistines,
who kept it for 7 months within their borders. In all three cities it visited, its arrival coincided
with great afflictions on the people. There was an outbreak of mice and
sores, or tumours, at Ashdod, and an idol of the god Dagon was
mysteriously laid prostrate before the ark, with its head and hands broken off. The people of Gath and Ekron were
also afflicted by sores or tumours, and many in Ekron were killed.
(1 Samuel 5: 1-12. 1 Samuel 6). The Philistines returned the ark
to Israel in a spirit of apology, and it was passed between several
cities before landing in Jerusalem. As it was passing through Beth-shemesh, some of the men there made the mistake
of approaching the ark in a profane manner, and according to some translations,
touching or looking inside of it, and 70 of them were immediately killed by God. The Ark passed through the care of a number of priests
after the Hebrews settled the “promised land,” and before the unification of the Kingdom of Israel
under King David around 1000 BCE. David decided to build a temple as a
“place of rest for the ark of the covenant,” and received a plan for its construction from God, but it was Solomon, David’s son and [third]
king of the Israelites, who built it. The temple of Solomon was built on a sacred rock thought to be the place from which
the creation of the earth began. The ark sat directly on this rock,
called the Shetiyyah, or foundation stone, enclosed in its own sacred space called the “holy of
holies,” where it was safely guarded from the laity. Only the high priest was allowed to enter the Holy of
Holies, and only once a year under strict conditions. A few essential rituals, including burning
incense and wearing heavy robes, saved the high priest from death in the ark’s presence. The Israelites maintained the ark
in the Temple of Solomon at least until Uzziah was struck with leprosy in 740 BCE,
and most likely until 701 BCE, when the prophet Isiah wrote of the miraculous
slaughter of the Syrian army besieging Jerusalem, an event that seems to have involved the ark. After this, the ark simply vanishes from record,
with no mention in scripture of how or why. It’s only brought up again to comment on its absence. The first indication that the ark had been removed from
Solomon’s temple occurs in the book of Jeremiah, written in 626 BCE, when the prophet foresees a time
when the Israelites will no longer miss the ark of God. Passages from Kings and Deuteronomy provide further
clues that it was gone under the reign of Josiah, which spanned from 641 – 609 BCE. A passage in 2 Chronicles, written in 622 BCE,
makes it clear that the ark was absent from the temple when King Josiah commands
the Levites to return it there. So the ark was almost certainly gone
by the end of the 7th century BCE. Nevertheless, mainstream academic opinion
is that the ark remained in Solomon’s temple until the Babylonian King, Nebuchadnezzar,
invaded Jerusalem and destroyed it in 587 BCE. However, the biblical description of the pillaging
of the temple makes no mention of the ark, even though it provides a very detailed
list of what was taken as booty, and clearly specifies that Nebuchadnezzar’s men
had removed the doors to the Holy of Holies. The lack of any clear indication of what happened to the
ark has led to endless speculation on its whereabouts. Some Jewish traditions suggest that Josiah,
or some other late temple-era king, hid the ark under the wooden
storehouse on the Temple Mount, or in a cave that Solomon set aside near the Dead sea. Archaeologist Leen Ritmeyer has
found a cutout piece of rock measuring the dimensions of the ark on the Shetiyyah, now contained within the Muslim Dome of the Rock, and suggests that the ark was hidden under
this cutout before the Babylonian invasion. Unfortunately, previous attempts to excavate
under the rock have yielded little of interest, and no further excavations are likely
to be permitted by religious authorities. Author Graham Philips believes that the ark was
found by the Knights Templar in the 13th century, and taken away to central England when they
fled the persecution of King Philip of France. One of the more plausible explanations for the ark’s
disappearance holds that it was taken to Ethiopia and deposited in the city of Axum, where the
Ethiopian Orthodox Church claims it rests today. The Church appoints a monk to keep watch
over the ark in the Chapel of the Tablet, at the Church of Our Lady Mary of Zion. These monks tend to die within
a few years of their appointment, and frequently develop cataracts on their eyes
which they attribute to the power of the ark. However, no one but the guardian
is allowed to enter the chapel, and the ark is never removed,
making the claim difficult to verify. There are a number of historical reasons to
believe that the ark resides at Axum, however. First, there is a dwindling, but ancient
population of Jews in parts of Ethiopia, who claim to have come from
Israel thousands of years ago. The Falashas, or “Beta-Israel,” as they’re called,
practice an archaic form of Judaism not observed in Israel since the time
of the ark’s instalment in Jerusalem. The pagan Qemant north of Lake Tana
in Northern Ethiopia, practice many of the ancient Jewish dietary restrictions, and worship in sacred groves, as some of the
early Hebrews did in the time before the Temple. It’s possible that there was already
a strong Jewish presence in Ethiopia by the time of the Ark’s disappearance. A 13th century Ethiopian epic known as the 
Kebra Nagast tells of the ark’s abduction by Menelik, the mythical son of Solomon and
the mysterious Queen of Sheba. Menelik stole the ark while visiting his father and
brought it to Ethiopia via the Nile and Takazze rivers, into what the document claims
was the native land of Sheba. However, Axum did not exist in the time of Solomon, and there is very little evidence that
anyone named Menelik ever existed, or that Solomon ever had a child with the Queen
of Sheba during their rendezvous in scripture. Various traditions amongst the Falashas offer
more plausible accounts for the ark’s arrival. Some hold that the Jews leaving Israel at the time
of Menelik’s mythical voyage passed through Aswan, in Egypt, first, and others claim that they built a temple
and remained there for several hundred years. German archeologists have confirmed that there was
a Jewish temple on Elephantine Island, near Aswan, on the Nile, and that this temple was built to the
same dimensions as Solomon’s temple in Jerusalem. This Elephantine connection has led
British author, Graham Hancock, to posit a new theory on the ark’s arrival in
Axum in his book, The Sign and the Seal. Hancock, along with biblical scholar
Menehem Haran believe that the Levite tribe removed the ark from Solomon’s temple
during the tumultuous reign of Manasseh, who installed a pagan idol in the Holy of Holies and led a bloody war against the prophets
and scribes of Yahweh, the god of David. This would place the ark’s disappearance
from the temple between 687 and 642 BCE, in the same time that it’s believed the
Elephantine temple was constructed. Hancock claims that a group of Levite settlers
left the now idolatrous state of Israel and settled on Elephantine Island, building a
replica of Solomon’s Temple to house the ark. When the temple was destroyed
by the Egyptians in 410 BCE, the Levites brought the ark along the Nile and
Blue Nile Rivers to the Island of Tana Kirkos, on Lake Tana, the source of the Blue Nile. Hancock claims that the ark remained
for 800 years at Tana Kirkos, as per Falasha tradition, before being brought
to Axum in the middle of the 4th century AD, under the reign of the Christian Axumite King Ezana. Ethiopian traditions say that it was briefly removed
to escape pillaging in the 10th and 16th centuries, but has otherwise remained at the Church of Our Lady
Mary of Zion that Ezana first constructed for the ark. The ark moved to the present chapel only in 1965. Mainstream scholarship is at a loss to
account for the remarkable powers attributed to the ark in biblical sources. One prominent explanation is that instead of
the tablets containing the ten commandments, the ark contained radioactive fragments of a meteor
found by Moses on the top of mount Sinai. The Hebrews were known to
collect holy stones and gems and to use them for ritualistic and divining purposes. Others postulate that the ark was
some kind of an electrical device that killed its victims with violent expulsions of charge. The entire inner surface of the
Holy of Holies was coated in gold, an excellent radiation shield and electrical conductor. Wood is also a great insulator. These materials could be used to great
effect with the right source of power. Hancock speculates that Moses found meteor
fragments, or some other key ingredient, on the top of Mount Sinai during his 40 year exile,
before freeing the Hebrews from Egypt. He then led the Hebrews back to this site,
ascended the mountain alone, and built this material into the ark using ancient, now-lost knowledge he would have
gained in his time as a prince in Egypt. There are several depictions of ark-like objects carried in
ritual processions on long poles at Egyptian holy sites, and its likely that Moses would have been instructed
in ancient Egyptian knowledge and occult magic as a potential successor to the throne. Others, of course, suggest that the supernatural
abilities of the ark were all made up, and that in reality, it was no more than an ordinary
vessel for some important holy relics. The ark of the covenant may be the greatest
mystery of the Judeo-Christian heritage. Scholars cannot agree on what it contained, how it
functioned, when it disappeared, or where it is today. That the ark’s no longer a concern to Jewish
groups today is remarkable in its own right, given its central place in the religious
life of their ancient predecessors. The one object to contain God’s spirit,
and the instrument through which multiple supernatural acts occurred that saved
the nation of Israel, simply vanished from history. We may never know what the ark was, or where it went, but the many references to it in scripture
suggest that someone in ancient times knew how to build something
that we can no longer build today. (Sources listed in the video description.)

100 Comments

  • oak

    as a synthesist I assemble the lore and compare it to factual science and here is the speculative result: The "tablets" (interesting name) were said to be of a bluish hue and "soft" to the touch…Sounds similar to objects we have now, laptops, IPhones etc. Now if they were to be housed in the ark (which had conductive gold inside and out with a dry dielectric between the layers you would have an immense capacitor) and that capaCITOR MIGHT CONTAIN ENOUGH ENERGY TO KILL A PERSON also not insulated (might be why the carriers of the Ark had to have SPECIAL shoes….Now then aHEAD TO THE APPEARENCE OF gOD, THIS HAPPENED IN THE TABERNACle AFTER INCENSE WAS BURNED CREATING SMOKE..Now that is a situation conducive to the use of holograms projected into the smoke. Two tablets would be perfect for doing this projection..A brief thought on this subject will allow the creation of much more supporting speculation…

  • roderick tulayba

    Inside the ARK are the following:
    1. The Tablet( the word of God specifically the ten commandments, Jesus is word) Book of John
    2. The Manna( the bread of life, Jesus is the bread of life) book of John
    3. The Rod of Aaron ( signified Priesthood, Jesus is the high Priest) book of Hebrew

    Mary’s womb inside is Jesus
    1. Jesus is the word
    2. Jesus is the true bread of life( manna)
    3. Jesus the high priest

    Blessed mother Mary is the new Ark of the covenant. Thats why old Ark no where to be found

  • Nicholas Robinson

    There is no way God would allow a robber to approach the ark and take it to Ethiopia.

    The people had no idea about radiation and therfore would not know what material to use to shield such a thing from killing people.

    You need to look at Ron Wyatt who said the Jews have the ark found in a cave called Jeremiah's grotto and the said prophet took the ark there before Nebuchadnezzar could get his hands on it.

    It was said to be found at the foot of the crucifixion site where the ground cracked open and the blood of Jesus the messiah flowed through the crack when the spear was thrust through his side and hit the top where prophecy said it would. The left side of the ark was for the blood of animal sacrifices but the right side was only for the messiah's blood.

    Some of this was said to be scrapped off the ark and tested in a Jewish lab. When they added water it was still living blood and it only had half the amount of chromosomes that normal blood has that's because Jesus only had one earthly parent Mary his mother.

    The ark was only a picture of the human soul and as was the case for the outer court of the temples representing the human body that interacts with the world around it.

    After Jesus paid the price by His blood, people no longer needed any more sacrifices to atone for sins. His sacrifice was absolute. This put those who believe and follow the procedure to receive this salvation, in right standing with God who would then send his eternal life into them effectively making those who believe a walking mobile ark of God's commands and power.

  • Wendell Ignacio

    Luck has nothing to do with it ( here goes shall faith be determined) this reincarnate lord shiva I've met this his only notice I'M COMING TO LICK YOUR ASS REINCARNATE OF SHIVA TO BE OF SUCH RE WHATEVA YOU HAD TO SELL YOUR SOUL DESTROYING YOU ONCE & FOR ALL IS GONNA FUCKIN BE A PROCES FOR MYSELF UPON THE HOLY SONS CHRIST ARMY OF FIRE YOUR THE LONG BLACK TRAIN DESTINY OHH YEAH YOU DONT NEED A. TICKET YOULL BE DELIVERED SIGNED SEALED DELIVERED IN CASKET

  • Wendell Ignacio

    Cheribums the mighty Holy GAURDS OF the father's commands promises I've asked before I'm asking now again let's rock & roll ( get ready) thank you abbah father as I've come thru the blood in his name I shall do the 2nd prayer tomorrow leaving tonight open for that fight ramen

  • dominic k

    The whole story doesn't fit,people had to be pure to touched the ark so how was it possible for the Filistinians to steal it.
    As we know the whole history of the Jew is a lie so this has to be a lie as well.
    There has never been an ark and Archeologes never found something from Davids kingdom and Solomon kingdom or Esthers kingdom,its all a lie like everything the Jew brings into this world,they are the masters of the great lie!

  • Ard Rí High King

    …interesting vid guys,, and in summary,,, I really don't wanna spoil th surprise that u will receive upon reading my book,,, so ,,, I can't say much,, except,, I found th ark,, and it is where is has always been,, for over 5,000 years now!!!! I took me 20 years to find,, and as with so many of these things,, I wasn't actually looking for it!!!,,,lol. I can't just blurt it out,, as it's a little bit too complex for such an approach,, so,, if you wanna know,, i mean,, really know,, then read my book… https://www.amazon.co.uk/DELUSIONS-IMPORTANCE-Confessions-Irish-Stone/dp/1973274140

  • Jim Catanzaro

    The ark was a alien power source that sis many things it was also used to make manna that’s why sat nobody ate they had to clean it out once a week

  • acidcharon

    The one and only explanation for the so-called Ark, is that everything in the bible is BS (we know this beyond any shadow of doubt) so the ark is just another BS fairy-tail among many in that book.

  • Prophets Among Us

    Its not in Ethiopia. Ron Wyatt found it in Israel a while back, i don't know what the Ethiopians are messing with, but its not the ark. God bless you all. Jesus is Lord!

  • patrick wolf

    Wait, the symbol of the star of David wasn't a Jewish seal until the 17th century though it has no biblical or Talmudic authority. Calling BS

  • David Panton

    It is 25 feet below the site where Christ was crucified, right where it's supposed to be. Read Jonathan Gray's "Ark of the Covenant."

  • Rebel Dog

    This video contains a lot of BS about where it was and what it had in it… For The Truth Consult GOD'S WORD.. THE BIBLE !

  • Msflamingo2008

    This really held my interest. Maybe God took it, thus explaining how it vanished. For we do not need to see, to believe. Our Faith in God is our Strength of God! 💕🙏💕

  • Puerto Shecan

    I thought only anointed/made holy by God, men were able to ever touch the ark and if those who are not touch the ark they would fall dead? Idk how it could be moved and found after the very first time it was taken and hidden?

  • Sharon Newton

    This needs to be updated since the ark has been found under where the temple actually was in the city of David by the Gihon spring. Ron Wyatt has found it along wit the table of showbread and other temple furniture. Look us ron Wyatt and you will learn where it is now!

  • Bendr

    That would be awesome if we proved that ancient civilizations had knowledge in the use of radioactive weapons. Learning what it actually could be would be a big game changer in our knowledge of history, and maybe even knowledge on radioactive matter in general.

  • Dennis Hagans

    Rev 11:19  And the temple of God was opened in heaven, and there was seen in his temple the ark of his testament: and there were lightnings, and voices, and thunderings, and an earthquake, and great hail.

    the question is when did the Ark move from the terrestrial to the celestial?

  • Forzion Know if you

    Mazel tov hashem have thousand bracha on the holy mishkan the holy ark of the covenant hashem blessings be upon prophet Moshe his sister Miriam brother the first holy priest hakohen & his holy hakohen sons bracha on am yisrael & speedy coming of the mashiach Messiah amen love & best wishes from Pakistan a fellow sefardi mashadi Jew binyamin kohenzad pakistan

  • Kodi Schitter

    The pyramids are reactors and this is the power source. This is why they tell us everything from the library of Alexandria was destroyed instead of it being hidden in the Vatican. They don't want us to know the truth of our past and that no god has anything to do with it.

  • James Richard Wiley

    Yahweh has a convoluted way of accomplishing his goal.
    By the way what is his goal and why can't he achieve it?
    He's had plenty of time.

  • Michael Delgado

    A Promise: Look To The "Grand Hail" Sign Of The "FREEMASON(S)" And You Shall Know The Mercy Seat…And The Cherubim… If Ever!
    "God" Dwells In The Ark (Pun)…

    You Are It's Most Prized Possession And With Your Sacred Trust… You May Yet See.

    Give Thanks… The Ark Is All Around Us… As Are The Cherubim… As Is The Lord Our God… He Is Not Lost To Us… But Us To Him.

  • Ina Nina

    If u r interested in history read book name: Quran: full of ancient stories plus you get blessed for reading it's God story telling

  • Dennis Hagans

    The ark had no power of itself, the power behind the Ark was God Himself.

    1Ch 13:6  And David went up, and all Israel, to Baalah, that is, to Kirjathjearim, which belonged to Judah, to bring up thence the ark of God the LORD, that dwelleth between the cherubims, whose name is called on it. 
    1Ch 13:7  And they carried the ark of God in a new cart out of the house of Abinadab: and Uzza and Ahio drave the cart. 
    1Ch 13:8  And David and all Israel played before God with all their might, and with singing, and with harps, and with psalteries, and with timbrels, and with cymbals, and with trumpets. 
    1Ch 13:9  And when they came unto the threshingfloor of Chidon, Uzza put forth his hand to hold the ark; for the oxen stumbled. 
    1Ch 13:10  And the anger of the LORD was kindled against Uzza, and he smote him, because he put his hand to the ark: and there he died before God.

    the Ark did not kill Uzza, God did.

    1Sa 4:3  And when the people were come into the camp, the elders of Israel said, Wherefore hath the LORD smitten us to day before the Philistines? Let us fetch the ark of the covenant of the LORD out of Shiloh unto us, that, when it cometh among us, "it may save us out of the hand of our enemies." 
    1Sa 4:4  So the people sent to Shiloh, that they might bring from thence the ark of the covenant of the LORD of hosts, which dwelleth between the cherubims: and the two sons of Eli, Hophni and Phinehas, were there with the ark of the covenant of God. 
    1Sa 4:5  And when the ark of the covenant of the LORD came into the camp, all Israel shouted with a great shout, so that the earth rang again. 
    1Sa 4:6  And when the Philistines heard the noise of the shout, they said, What meaneth the noise of this great shout in the camp of the Hebrews? And they understood that the ark of the LORD was come into the camp. 
    1Sa 4:7  And the Philistines were afraid, for they said, God is come into the camp. And they said, Woe unto us! for there hath not been such a thing heretofore. 
    1Sa 4:8  Woe unto us! who shall deliver us out of the hand of these mighty Gods? these are the Gods that smote the Egyptians with all the plagues in the wilderness. 
    1Sa 4:9  Be strong, and quit yourselves like men, O ye Philistines, that ye be not servants unto the Hebrews, as they have been to you: quit yourselves like men, and fight. 
    1Sa 4:10  And the Philistines fought, and Israel was smitten, and they fled every man into his tent: and there was a very great slaughter; for there fell of Israel thirty thousand footmen. 
    1Sa 4:11  And the ark of God was taken; and the two sons of Eli, Hophni and Phinehas, were slain.

    it was never the Ark itself that did anything miraculous, it was God that did the miraculous wonders, not the Ark.

    if the Ark had any power of its own then the philistines would not have been able to capture it in the first place

    1Sa 5:6  But the hand of the LORD was heavy upon them of Ashdod, and he destroyed them, and smote them with emerods, even Ashdod and the coasts thereof. 
    1Sa 5:7  And when the men of Ashdod saw that it was so, they said, The ark of the God of Israel shall not abide with us: for his hand is sore upon us, and upon Dagon our god.

    again it was not the Ark that destroyed Ashdod but rather the hand of the Lord.

  • Jonathan Arokapiti

    I have the Ark in my basement. The only thing I don't understand is why the hell would God tell Moses to put meteorites in it, instead of the Commandments. What's the purpose of this? Whoever came up with this stupid theory is a stupid idiot and a skeptic.

  • david mccallum

    Hancock is wrong.
    The actual top people working on it, are those of the remnant. I am former military intelligence, and have been underground. However, I am also a Hebrew, and a first fruit of the remnant. The house of Ephraim which is Joseph and Israel, of the northern kingdom. We gather the ten lost tribes, being called in the spirit that their hearts will give them away. Among us are the teachings given by Elijah, and also the ten, written of in Zechariah 8:23
    The ark is located 20 feet beneath the site of the cross on Golgotha, in Jeremiah's grotto. It was placed there during the fall of Jerusalem, 600 years before the time of Christ. It is there still, and the western side of the mercy seat is covered by his blood. The spirit, the blood and the water give witness in the earth. The tablets are there and the table, and other artifacts. There are no radioactive stones. The ark was for G-d to be among his chosen. G-d… is no longer in the box, but is guarded by angels.

  • achsah kaleb

    ron wyatt.com if you want to now the truth. michael rood, jim and peggy coldwell – god of the mountain. Shabbat Shalom

  • GORIson

    To the idiots..
    That box is not the ark, but Ham by korean..
    Ham by korean is jewelry box..
    Look like
    Hamyang.haman city in korea.. Hamilton,Hamburg,Abraham,muhamader words..
    That bax is not the ark, but Ham..
    God(the korean lineage( mixedbloodline)lineage's jewelry box..
    Not abraham,but Aburaham by korean..
    A=hill=The korean father(God)'s mixedbloodline..
    Bu=Gods's father<<Bu at Busan city in korea..Busan city=Bu's Hometown
    Ra=God word..
    Aburaham =Abraham >>Half god lineage=The korean father's mixed bloodline..
    A=Hill=Half circle=same word a At atilla,America,Africa,Arabia,Abudabi..
    Eu(Chi,Bari,Siri,Pyrami)=Fish=Half god lineage=The korean mother's mixedbloodline..
    A+Eus+Ter(land)+ri(town) by korean..
    >>Origin of Austria word=Origin of History word..
    Aus lineage=fallen angel(God)'s mixedbloodline=Half the korean lineage..
    Korean=God tribe's language..
    Real gods not need gold or jewelry..but fallen angels want gold or jewelry because human's greed..

  • Mieka Degerness

    I agree Friend The Ark had NO power , A Many still Search for Biblical Relics today . Whatever Happened to Walking and Believing in Faith
    GOD is Spirit , When God made Adam and Eve . God Told them Both Not to Touch nor Eat from the Tree of live . For they shall Surely Die . When they Disobey GOD , That when GOD KNEW As People as Humans we Needed a Savor , Never the Less people still chance after these things . I really hope you find ,What you Search for in life

  • Lee Foster

    People keep looking for it. People think they know where it is. People said it's in Africa. They are all wrong. It's hidden and will remain hidden until the return of the son on man. It's safe. Except that as the truth for it is.

  • Pat Schultz

    The Ark of the New Covenant is the Blessed Virgin Mary. The man doing this video is mistaken. The bible does tell us what happened to the original ark. Jeremiah removed it and hid it. If "they" ever claim to find it – it will be a fraud. Beware of those men…

  • Barb Wellman

    Last mention of the Ark, the prophet Jeremiah died in the 6th Century BC.

    2 Maccabees 2:

    "4 It was also in the same document that the prophet, having received an oracle, ordered that the tent and the ark should follow with him, and that he went out to the mountain where Moses had gone up and had seen the inheritance of God. 5 Jeremiah came and found a cave-dwelling, and he brought there the tent and the ark and the altar of incense; then he sealed up the entrance. 6 Some of those who followed him came up intending to mark the way, but could not find it. 7 When Jeremiah learned of it, he rebuked them and declared: “The place shall remain unknown until God gathers his people together again and shows his mercy. 8 Then the Lord will disclose these things, and the glory of the Lord and the cloud will appear, as they were shown in the case of Moses, and as Solomon asked that the place should be specially consecrated.”"

  • Terry Daktyl

    I'm concerned about the whole rapture thing. Should we be checking the religious beliefs of airline pilots to see if they buy into this fallacy? I mean, if they're 'saved' and the rapture happens while they're flying, the plane will fall from the sky. What happens to other cultists? Do they just die or do they get raptured before he plane falls? This is very important before planning my next trip.

  • Connie Charley

    When I see a snake I think of it Satan for sure. The devil will hurt you in many ways. Those snakes were do not approach they will hurt you. The Bible has beautiful knowledge of beautiful stories of the holy ones before Jesus band after Jesus. Also what God says and do listen.

  • yonas mekonen

    Even if the ark is revealed to the world from the Ethiopian church it will somehow be said it's fake or decoy or whatever because of the pain it inflicts to you racists, if there was any doubt about it ,the country wouldn't have been mentioned at all .

  • Jameel Ali

    SOON THE ARK OF THE COVENANT WILL BE FOUND AND THE TWO TABLETS OF STONE THAT GOD WROTE THE TEN COMMANDMENTS WILL BE SHOWN TO THE WORLD %#}:;

  • Asturias

    Ol' Ron Wyatt found it, they know where it is, but they're not going to move it because it had a funny way of un-aliving people who came close. True story, thing is absolutely not to be messed with.

  • Protocol Droid

    In Exodus, doesn’t Moses break the original tablets hewn by god and then he has to make a copy which is then placed in the Ark? So why does it imply here that the original one was placed inside?

    Can Moses, a great man no doubt but yet a mere mortal so easily and in anger break something made by god?

    Why is the ark so destructive? It kills people, breaks down walls (7 days to bring down the ramparts of Jericho when it should have done so instantly?), gives people who watch over it cataracts and makes them die young, causes diseases and illnesses…. would have been so wonderful if it had made rivers flow in the deserts it travelled, turned the land green, gave the wandering tribes more nutritious food than just manna, found the fossil fuels under the ground, taught mankind optimum use of energy, spread peace and goodwill all around.

    How come Jesus never found the ark? Wasn’t he the son of god and the ark god’s property, specifically designed by him?

    It would have been so nice if this video had addressed these questions. Perhaps a sequel will. Would be worth waiting for.

  • Carlos KJ

    Everyone wants it found but when it was found not everyone would believed it. That the truth is a painful one. And there will be people saying “this is nothing but a scheme” even the ark bears the truth. The truth that Moses was a muslim & Jesus is a prophet.

  • 3DManShadowland

    A copy of it rest in Ethiopia, but even so if it is a good enough copy it can still be dangerous. The actual arch along with the covenant is likely in Israel at a known location.

  • the raisin of truth

    I wonder if anyone has thought to fly a drone into that temple yet. That would answer the question if it is there or not. Live stream it just in case you get struck down dead. Don't expect to get your drone back either.

  • Walter Eugene Lane

    I see so many commentaries about the Ark, what happened to it, and its whereabouts. I often wonder why this scripture never seems to get mentioned: Revelation 11:19, "And the temple of God was opened in heaven, and there was seen in his temple the ark of his testament: and there were lightnings, and voices, and thunderings, and an earthquake, and great hail." Long ago, I heard the idea put forth that angels, before Jerusalem fell to Babylonian invaders, came and took the Ark to heaven. I think this scripture supports that possibility.

  • redforlife head

    What’s so amazing is where are the Negroes; these misleading pictures show the wrong people. How can the truth be told with false narrative; that always gets to me and from there I stop watching. Knowledge is power, the original Jews were dark skin people. The ones later taken into captivity (slave ships) Tell the truth, shame the devil. Shalom

  • Michael McGregor

    There is no reason to believe the Ark of the Covenant was not destroyed when Nebuchadnezzar destroyed the city of Jerusalem some time around600 -500 B.C. – any other belief is only conjecture – as there is no evidence that the Ark ever made it out of the city!! Large fixtures like the Ark; The Basin; The Alter… were destroyed! the smaller items like the Candlestick; the tools for the alter; The plates, bowls… etc. were carried away to Babylon!! There is NO record of the Ark after that, and every claim has been proven untrue – as the Ark has never been recovered!! So every claim about the Ark is nothing but hearsay, and conjecture!!!

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