In the twelfth century, the knights of the Templar arranged a region from Warwickshire in focal England, were they believe they have found the (Ark of the Covenant) while arranged at the old city of Petra in southern Jordan… whether they truly found this consecrated relic, my investigation tells me that they were in place to have discovered it.
The Bible discloses to us that the (Ark of the Covenant) was the ‘Ancient Israelites holiest relic’. A golden chest was made to hold the tablets engraved with the Ten Commandments, and kept in the Temple of Solomon in (Jerusalem) until the city was sacked by the Babylonians in 597 BC.
As per the Old Testament’s Second Book of Maccabees (still in the Roman Catholic Bible however expelled from the King James form), the prophet Jeremiah requested it to be covered up before Jerusalem fell. In section 2, verses 4 and 5 we are told:[Jeremiah] 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. 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.
They say that the Ark was never recuperated. For sure, it stays lost right up ’til today.
Seeking through Sinai:
It may appear that where Jeremiah is said to have shrouded the Ark would be generally simple to find. In the biblical narrative the mountain where Moses saw God and to receive “The Ten Commandments” could apply to The Mount Nebo, where Moses saw the Promised Land, or Mount Sinai and saw God and got the Ten Commandments. In any case, Mount Sinai is the place the Ark was made. The issue is that the whereabouts of Mount Sinai appears to have been overlooked, and later wrongly found. The site thought to be Mount Sinai by today’s Church is in the mountain called “Jebel Musa” eastern Egypt, however this just created in early Christian circumstances and there is no archeological or scriptural proof. Actually, the nearby topography neglects to match Old Testament descriptions of the place that refers as Mount Sinai. Thusly, scriptural researchers have since a long time ago talked about the consecrated mountain’s actual area.
God appeared to the
Israelites on top of Mount Sinai.
In spite of the fact that “Mount Sinai” is the best-known name for the site, the Old Testament really alludes to it by two different names: Horeb and the Mountain of God. Said to be the place that God showed himself and his laws to humankind, it is portrayed as the most sacred site on Earth.