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The Location of the Lost Ark: Mecca

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The Location of the Lost Ark: Mecca

Could the Ark of the Covenant be hidden in plain sight, where thousands of pilgrims congregate at a Holy Site, unaware of the significance that this may hold for world religions? A study of ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs, references to the probable original purpose of the pyramids and the symbolism of the winged disk, as well as a look at the ancient gods of Sumer and Egypt, may reveal the location of the lost Ark.

It would be quite hopeless for anyone to gear up to set out on an ‘Indiana Jones’ quest and adventure to unveil the Ark, for it is no doubt heavily guarded and the city wherein it is secreted away is itself under strict border control, admitting only such visitors who can answer questions that would tax the memory mind of a ‘Chaser’. The Keepers of the Ark this day may still be unaware that the Ark is not one of a kind, which should give new heart to those adventurers who want to be the one to unveil it once and for all.

Relief of Transport of the Ark of the Covenant at Auch Cathedral, France (Public Domain)

Relief of Transport of the Ark of the Covenant at Auch Cathedral, France (Public Domain)


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