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marți, 1 februarie 2011

UFO visits sacred places Dome of the Rock - Temple mount - Jerusalem 28.01.2011. UPDATE ro

UFO - Dome of the rock - Temple mount - Jerusalem
This morning around 01:00 AM at the promenade of Armon Hantziv in  Jerusalm, an amazing ufo aircraft hovered and dropped over Jerusalem old city (mount Moriah) Dome of the Rock, Temple Mount, قبة الصخرة, הר הבית . It hovers for awhile then you see a bright flash just before the craft shoots into the sky accompanied by red flashing lights above(original video). Including the cell phone footage from the guy infront of the original video so you can see the UFO craft from two perspectives ~

On the morning of January 28, 2011 around 1:00 AM at the promenade of Armon Hantziv in Jerusalem, two men witnessed a UFO hovering above the Dome of the Rock, Temple Mount. At about 0:54 into the video there is a Flash on the ground and then a beam or some lighted object shoots straight up into the sky.
The Riddle of the Dome of the Rock: Was it Built as a Jewish Place of Prayer?
What is so unique is that the Dome of the Rock was never built as a mosque and was never used for this purpose. The character of the building is not that of a typical mosque. No similar building can be found anywhere else in the Islamic world. It was not built facing Mecca but as an octagonal form corresponding to the points of the compass. The main entrance is from the south, not the south-east (the direction of Mecca) as in other mosques. The builders did not build a Michrab (showing the direction of Mecca) in the southern part of the building. Even today, when the Arabs pray on the Temple Mount they do not do it in this building.
Muslim men pray beneath the massive stone enshrined at the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem, Israel. Despite its appearance, the dome, called Qubbat as-Sakhrah in Arabic, is not a mosque. Rather, it is a shrine built over the rock from which the Prophet Muhammad is said to have ascended into heaven. The site is also sacred in Judaism as the place where Abraham prepared to sacrifice his son Isaac. Built on Temple Mount between A.D. 685 and 691, the dome is the oldest extant Islamic structure and one of the first Islamic monumental buildings ever constructed. 
The plot of land on the elevated stone platform known as Haram Ash-Sharif on Temple Mount [see map of Jerusalem showing Temple Mount] upon which sits the Dome of the Rock is sacred to three of the world's major monotheistic religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The site was first consecrated by the Israelites of Exodus. Later, according to Jewish tradition, Abraham prepared to sacrifice his son Isaac upon a rock that protruded from the centre of the platform. Later still, upon the same platform, Solomon erected his temple.
For Christians, in addition to the Old Testament Jewish associations, the Temple Mount was revered because of its place in the life and ministries of Jesus Christ. For Moslems, the rock was sanctified by the story of the Prophet Mohammed's Miraaj or Night Journey to Jerusalem and back to Makkah [Mecca] (Qur'an 17:1). From the top of the rock, Mohammed began his ascent to Heaven.

Jerusalem's Mysterious Well of Souls May Hold Ancient Secrets
Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem
View across the sacred rock that is the focus and namesake of the Dome of the Rock. Jews believe that it was on this rock that Abraham prepared to sacrifice Isaac, and this stone may have once stood in Solomon's Temple. Muslims believe that the Prophet Muhammad took flight on his winged horse from this rock on his Night Journey to heaven, leaving imprints behind. Muslim tradition also has it that it an angel will appear here with a trumpet call to announce the Last Judgement at end of the world.
Muslim men pray beneath the massive stone enshrined at the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem, Israel. Despite its appearance, the dome, called Qubbat as-Sakhrah in Arabic, is not a mosque. Rather, it is a shrine built over the rock from which the Prophet Muhammad is said to have ascended into heaven.
The answer to one of the world's most stubborn mysteries may lie hidden on the site of the destroyed Jewish Temple — under a historic Islamic shrine, beneath a bedrock outcropping of utmost significance to the three major monotheistic religions, and in a secret chamber below an underground cave.
The Well of Souls, thought to be located on the Jerusalem site known to Jews as the Temple Mount and to Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary, may contain the fabled and elusive Ark of the Covenant. This is the sacred vessel that, according to biblical account, contained the original Ten Commandments tablets that God gave to Moses at Mount Sinai as the ancient Israelites wandered the desert.
The Well of Souls is purportedly located below a natural cave under the rock upon which Jewish tradition says Abraham prepared to sacrifice his son Isaac. Islamic tradition indicates Muhammad ascended to heaven from this same stone.
No one knows with absolute certainty whether the Well of Souls—or the Ark of the Covenant — actually exists. Though knocking on the floor of the cave under the Muslim Dome of the Rock shrine elicits a resounding hollow echo, no one has ever seen this alleged chamber.
The Temple Mount itself is rife with a network of some 45 cisterns, chambers, tunnels, and caves.
No Archaeological Evidence
There has never been any proper archaeological exploration of the site, which is under control of the Waqf Muslim religious trust. Famed 19th-century British explorers Charles Wilson and Sir Charles Warren could neither prove nor disprove the existence of a hollow chamber below the cave. They believed the sound reportedly heard by visitors was simply an echo in a small fissure beneath the floor.
Shimon Gibson, senior fellow at the W. F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research in Jerusalem, published a definitive review together with colleague David Jacobson called Below the Temple Mount in Jerusalem: A Sourcebook on the Cisterns, Subterranean Chambers and Conduits of the Haram Al-Sharif.
"Since the 19th century, no Westerner has been allowed access to the subterranean chambers on the Temple Mount," Gibson said. "I would have liked to disguise myself as a local Waqf worker and infiltrate these sites, but I wouldn't want to run the risk of creating an international incident."
Historic references to the Ark of the Covenant were rare following the establishment of the First Temple, and it disappeared entirely from the record by the time of King Herod around 40 B.C.
The Ark was possibly demolished during the Babylonian destruction of the First Temple in 586 B.C. or was spirited away and hidden during the invasion. It might also have been destroyed or stolen when the Roman legions invaded Jerusalem in A.D. 70.
According to biblical accounts, the Ark was constructed of wood and coated with sheets of gold. There is general scholarly agreement that, at least at one point, it was indeed hidden in a chamber under the Temple Mount, perhaps in the Well of Souls. However, it would not likely have survived the damp and unfavorable conditions.

"The Ark probably would have disintegrated. Unless, of course, it had holy properties. But I, as an archaeologist, cannot talk about the theoretical holy properties of a wooden box," Gibson said.

The mystery of the Ark of the Covenant has fascinated laymen, writers, and armchair explorers for centuries.
The Temple Mount
Gold Dome is 65 feet in diameter
Built by ‘Abd al-Malik
Octagonal and covered with black, red and cream colored marble inlays while glazed tiles of royal blue, white, yellow and green cover the upper portion of the walls. There are long quotes from the Koran written all around the outside of the building.

The inside glimmers with polished marble, stained-glass windows, golden mosaics and woodwork. Two series of arches supported by columns called arcades enclose the rock mass that is the top of the original Mount Moriah in the center.
Inside the Dome of the Rock is an inscription in Arabic script from 691-692 that runs almost 800 feet in a narrow path around the octagonal walls as a form of Islamic artwork that reads: “O you People of the Book, overstep not bounds in your religion, and of God speak only the truth. The Messiah, Jesus, son of Mary, is only an apostle of God, and his Word which he conveyed unto Mary, and a Spirit proceeding from him. Believe therefore in God and his apostles, and say not Three. It will be better for you. God is only one God. Far be it from his glory that he should have a son.”

The reason the Dome of the Rock was built on the location where it sits today:
Some say it was from this rock that Muhammed ascended to heaven on a horse with the angel Gabriel. But, this is a 12th century tradition developed from a dream that involved Muhammed’s night journey in the Koran in Sura 17:1: “Most glorified is the One who summoned His servant (Muhammad) during the night, from the Sacred Masjid (of Mecca) to the farthest place of prostration, whose surroundings we have blessed, in order to show him some of our signs. He is the Hearer, the Seer.” But, Jerusalem is not mentioned here, nor is Jerusalem ever mentioned anywhere in the Koran. The Dome of the Rock was built 200 years before this tradition began to be told.

Since the days of the construction of the Dome of the Rock it has been understood by Muslims that the Dome of the Rock was to replace the Jewish Temple on the very site of the Jewish Temple built by Solomon, Zerubbabel and Herod.
Subiectul zilei este fascinant!
Stanca de sub Cupola Stâncii din Ierusalim, The Dome of the Rock,
a fost si este, pe buna dreptate, LOCUL SACRU cel mai important!
Locul unde cele TREI mari religii ale lumii, au ceva in comun!
O stanca! O stanca sacra!
Personal, inclin sa cred ca MARELE EVENIMENT, este aproape!
Zeii se  reântorc, în lumina lui Dumnezeu!
Un obiect zburator neidentificat si foarte luminos a fost surprins pe cerul Ierusalimului. A fost filmat din patru locuri, de oameni diferiti. Scena i-a lasat pe toti cu gura cascata, iar specialistii nu au nicio explicatie.
Obiectul, de forma circulara, a fost vazut coborand incet spre centrul Orasului Sfant, chiar deasupra Cupolei Stancii, cea mai mare moschee musulmana din Ierusalim. Apoi a clipit puternic, asemanator cu un blit de aparat foto, dar de mii de ori mai intens. Brusc, OZN-ul a tasnit spre cer cu o viteza uimitoare.
Primul clip aparut pe internet este datat 28 ianuarie, dar a fost urcat pe YouTube in ziua urmatoare, cu indicatia ca ar fi fost filmat la ora 1 noaptea, vineri spre sambata, scrie The Sun.
De curand a aparut, insa si un al patrulea filmulet care prezinta acelasi eveniment si despre care nu au inceput sa apara, inca, analize de imagine.

Un comentariu:

  1. Interesant Magister foarte interesant.
    Am mai spus-o: am avut ocazia "să vizitez locurile sfinte" şi Eghipetul, eu un prăpădit de necredincios.....
    Un lucru este clar şi anume acela că, aşa cum se spunea la o emisiune Discovery "suntem plămădiţi" din praf de stele-la propriu!
    Suntem "creaţi" de Cel care Le-a creat pe toate! Cei care ne vizitează sunt unii dintre mesagerii Acestuia!


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