As researchers debate the location of Biblical Mount Sinai, the Saudi Arabian government is moving forward with plans for a mega-city built on top of one of the prime candidates.
A Temple Mount expert, a rabbi who has been studying the subject for years, combined his knowledge of Jewish sources and archaeology and arrived at the conclusion that the Jewish Temples did not stand where visitors now see the prominent golden Dome of the Rock.
A theory claiming the Ark of the Covenant is in Ethiopia has resurfaced. The theory is unproven and seems to be based more in its author’s personal agenda, deep within Replacement Theology rather than archaeology and fact.
Rabbi and archaeologist, Harry Moskoff talks with Martin Blackham about the possible location of the lost Ark of the Covenant as well as what happened to those who have attempted to find it.
“There can be no prophecy without the Holy Ark playing a central role, and there is an intrinsic connection which cannot be denied.”
At the destruction of the First Temple, the prophets, along with King Zedekiah’s Royal Court, ordered many of the holy vessels to be hidden in a cave more than 2700 years ago.
In the latest video from the ARK Report project, Ark Expert Rabbi Harry H. Moskoff takes the viewer to three real sites where Temple treasures may have been buried, according to his theory.
BIN readers will be happy to hear that long-time contributor Harry H. Moskoff will be producing another film, this time around starting with a short video that focuses on the Temple treasures of King Solomon
Has Israel’s own version of Stonehenge been uncovered?
Researcher, Author, and filmmaker, Harry Moskoff joins Jim Paris for a fascinating discussion about his search for the biblical Ark Of The Covenant.