Code Searcher created a unique Youtube video on his findings when he typed in the third temple into his bible codes program.  Check out what was found near this code. The year was found 5776 which is 2016. The name “Obama” was also found several times, which makes sense because his term will end on Jan 20, 2017.   Also mentioned near this code are the words blood moon, eclipse, and Jubilee. What do you think? Certainly quite interesting.

-The Year of Jubilee Chart, showing the Jubilee Years, The 49th Sabbatical Years, and 7 Year Rest Periods From Sonoma.edu

– Jewish Tradition – The Whereabouts of the Ark- Bible Probe

-70 is a prophetic number. Daniel the prophet spoke of 70 sevens that must be fulfilled in order for redemption to come. Jeremiah the prophet spoke of 70 years of judgment in which Israel would be enslaved to Babylon. The enslavement, by the way, occurred because Israel did not keep the statutes of the Jubilee. The noble class would not let the serfs go free. Therefore the nobles were enslaved to their worst enemy, Babylon. God Like Productions

One Return Blog posted these finds which talk about the Blood Moons, Lunar Tetrad & The Jubilee Year:

“The next Sabbatical year begins Sept. 2014 – Sept. 2015. That means the following year beginning Sept. 2015 – 2016 is God’s Jubilee year for the Jewish nation. Counting backwards we find the last Jubilee year was Sept. 1966 – Sept. 1967. Do you know what happened in 1967 for the Jewish nation? After the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, Israel was declared a nation by the 1949 Armistice Agreements. However, it wasn’t until the Six Day War that they regained control of Jerusalem. In 1967!

Do you know what else happened in 1967? In 1967 there began what is called a Lunar Tetrad. A Lunar Tetrad is when there are four consecutive total lunar eclipses. Before 1967 the last tetrad began in 1949. Year sound familiar?? Even more interesting is that in both of these years the total lunar eclipses fell on Jewish Holy Feast days. The last time that happened began in 1493 during the Spanish Inquisition when the Jews were told to convert to Catholicism or leave Spain.

There have been other lunar tetrads in recent history, such as 1985-1986 and 2003-2004, however, these did not all fall on Jewish Holy Feast days. There were no tetrads between 1600-1900. Six in the 1500′s, none of which fell on Jewish Holy Feast days. I also found it interesting that from their re-appearing in 1909 – 2003, they happened nearly every 19 years. A Jewish Leap year happens 7 times in a 19 year period. During a leap year they add a 13th month. A leap year is called a Pregnant Year. If you went by the “every 19 year” find, the next one should fall around 2023.  But alas, the chain has been broken. The next Lunar Tetrad begins in April 2014. And guess what, the whole tetrad falls on Jewish Holy Feast days!! This does not happen again with the future tetrads of this century. Something big is about to happen in Israel! Also note that 2016 is not only a Jewish leap year, it is also the 19th year in the 19 year cycle.”

The Temple IS ALREADY Being Built

In the article “Temple in Waiting’ Prepared in Jerusalem –Christian World News

Chaim Richman, director at the Temple Institute in Jerusalem tells us the temple is already underway.

“The Temple Institute is actively engaged in the research and preparation of the resumption of service in the holy temple to the extent of actually preparing operational blueprints for the construction of the temple according to the most modern standards,” he said.

This menorah is just one of several vessels being created for the next temple. It’s covered with 95 pounds of pure gold and has a price tag of $2 million.

Piece by piece, the third temple is taking shape, with priest’s garments, vessels of copper, gold, and silver, and a new generation of levite priests specially trained for temple service.

“We have enough in place now to resume divine service and to build the temple,” Richman said. “But obviously, a lot of things have to happen in order for this to happen.”

Later in the article, they mention Gershon Solomon who leads a group called The Temple Mount Faithful. The group commissioned these cornerstones for the third temple. The six-ton stones were consecrated with water from the biblical pool of Siloam and cut with diamonds.

Biblical Mysteries Ark of the Covenant

Ark Of The Covenant NEW DVD Biblical Mysteries $13.55 On Ebay

Ark Of The Covenant NEW DVD Biblical Mysteries$1.99 Rent, $9 To Buy Amazon

 It is a quest that has fascinated scholars and adventurers for century after century. What happened to that treasure and centerpiece of ancient Jewish life — the Ark of the Covenant?

In this intriguing, one-hour documentary shown prime time on NBC, Biblical scholar and modern-day “Indiana Jones” Mike Sanders journeys to one of the Middle East’s most dangerous territories to find the elusive ancient ark that once held the stone tablets inscribed with the Ten Commandments. His hair-raising adventure through a veritable political minefield ultimately leads Sanders to the Palestinian-controlled village of Djaharya, a reported training ground for the terrorists groups. We follow Sanders as he uncovers clues that he argues may have brought him to the edge of the cherished discovery. Political problems prohibited the full excavation of the site he pinpoints as the likely location, but the evidence is set forth to help you decide if indeed he is finally just one step away from uncovering the priceless ark.

Mike Sanders, who runs “BibleMysteries.com” is a biblical scholar, researcher, and investigator of the first order.  Mike looks to the Bible for the tough questions and he jusy may be onto something here.  Just perhaps the Ancient Jews knew Ramses III, the Pharoah of Egypt as “Shishak” who was mentioned above as the king who attacked Judah and went off with all its treasures.

Mike has traced “Shishak” down all over the middle east and has created an exciting DVD video where you can watch him stand in front of a stone relief depicting Ramses III carrying off treasures from Judah (showing a golden “box” on two golden poles).  Mike went even further and found an ancient building which Shikshak (Ramses III) could have built as a Temple to honor his god(s) for his defeat of the Jews.  This building is in the West Bank town of Djahiriya.

Joseph SumondRemembering The Sabbatical Years of 2016:

Breaking The Curses By Obedience $14.79 On Amazon

Chronological Order of Prophecies in the Jubilees- $30 Prophecy Club   He says the Jubilee cycles portray the chronological order of events for the next 37 years: such as the year 2010 bringing seven years of disease pandemics, 2024 portrays the seven year cycle of the fall of America, 2030 portrays the seven year cycle of the return of the lost tribes to Israel, 2033 portrays the tribulation ending, and 2045 portrays the beginning of the Millennium. He is not setting dates, only teaching what the jubilee cycles portray. This is credible and amazing.  See this video uploaded on youtube

Reviews On Joseph’s New Book –

By EternityBird on April 25, 2013

While critically reading this book, what impressed me the most about is that 1). There is no one else doing groundbreaking research in this field on the level Joseph Dumond is. 2). Moreover, there is no one who is taking the pains to break it all down for us in the nuts & bolts sense of the term like he is. It really is true that his books read at a Ph.D. level given how well-researched they are & how Joseph Dumond leaves no stone unturned. Undoubtedly he is, beyond all reasonable & unreasonable doubt, the “Researcher’s researcher.”

It is refreshing, beyond good & a very great thing indeed to finally have a book one can refer to that enables a person to keep the Sabbatical Years & Jubilee Years based on a biblical calendar vs. any of the existing Orthodox Jewish calendars that, at best, have made many departures from the original biblical model & a book that gives more than a sound basis for steering us all away from living one’s life according to the holidays Christians are found observing which have no relation whatsoever to the Feasts, Festivals, solemn occasions, Sabbatical & Jubilee Years YHWH would have us all be found keeping.
 

By Judith Dennis on May 29, 2013

This book is by far the best resource on the topic of the Sabbatical and Jubilee Years as recorded in Scripture. The Author has done an excellent job of breaking down each and every previous argument- proving beyond a doubt his point like no one else has done thus far.
 

By Lucinda Gibbs Robinson on May 26, 2013

Just finished the book-astounding and amazing message for this time! For years I wondered how we could ever figure out when the sabbatical years were and prayed about it-here is the answer! Powerful, prophetic in the correct meaning of the word.
Joseph DumondJerusalem and the Lost Temple of Jews By Ken KleinJerusalem and the Lost Temple of Jews By Ken Klein-

Buy It On Amazon For 7 Day Rental For $2.99

In honor of God, Solomon built the first temple in Jerusalem but was destroyed by the Babylonians. A second temple built by King Herod was also dismantled by the Romans. This compelling story goes through history to figure out where these two temples were built and where a third might be built.  I have to say the locations, were quite astounding!!
Bible CodesMysterious Bible Codes – Buy The Video On Amazon $10

This DVD explores startling and authoritative discoveries that have been buried beneath the surface text of Hebrew Scriptures for over 3,000 years. Computer animation with convincing documentation graphically illustrated will demonstrate to even the most skeptical mind the supernatural origin of the Scriptures. Bible Codes such as “Arafat,” “PLO,” “Shimon Peres,” are found along with the Codes found in the Messianic Prophecies spelling out the Name of Yeshua, as well as the name of Jesus.  The Myserious Bible Codes video is still the best video that explains bible codes.  Even though this is a dated DVD, it still shows how the bible codes work, and shows the very best bible codes that have been found relating to YESHUA.

 


Temple Denial 

Wikipedia

Temple Mount with Antonia Fortress in upper-left corner

 

Sack of the Second Temple depicted on the inside wall of the Arch of Titus in Rome

Dore Gold, president of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs and former Israel Ambassador to the United Nations, used the term “Temple Denial” in his 2007 book, The Fight for Jerusalem: Radical Islam, the West, and the Future of the Holy City. Israeli writer David Hazony has described the phenomenon as “a campaign of intellectual erasure [by Palestinian leaders, writers, and scholars] … aimed at undermining the Jewish claim to any part of the land”, and compared the phenomenon to Holocaust denial.[1][2]

According to Gold and Dennis Ross, at the 2000 Camp David Summit Yasser Arafat insisted that “the Temple” existed near Nablus, not on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.[3][4][5] However, in the recollection of Ehud Barak, Arafat specificially referred to Solomon’s Temple.[6] According to Gold, in the wake of Arafat’s remark at Camp David, Temple denial “spread across the Middle East like wildfire”, and even “subtly slipped into the writing of Middle-East based western reporters”.[7]

Daniel Levin calls Temple denial a “relatively new phenomenon” that “has become a central tenet of Palestinian nationalism“.[8] He stated: “The Islamic land trust is destroying Judeo-Christian ruins beneath the Temple Mount so as to deny any connection between Judaism and Christianity and Jerusalem.”[9] The New York Times noted that “Temple denial, increasingly common among Palestinian leaders, also has a long history: After Israel became a state in 1948, the Waqf removed from its guidebooks all references to King Solomon’s Temple, whose location at the site it had previously said was “beyond dispute.””[10][11][12]

In 2009 James R. Davila, Professor of Jewish Studies and Principal of St Mary’s College, St Andrews criticized the increasing practice among journalists of writing as though the existence of the ancient Jewish temples on the Temple Mount was a disputable question with two legitimate “competing narratives”. According to Professor Davila, “reporters need to get it straight that there is no debate among specialists in specialist literature about the existence of the Iron Age II Judean Temple and the Second and Herodian Temples in Jerusalem on the Temple Mount platform. Again, narratives to the contrary are propaganda, not scholarship.”[13]

In 2005, in a book entitled From Jerusalem to Mecca and Back; The Islamic Consolidation of Jerusalem, Yitzhak Reiter describes the growing tendency of Islamic authorities to deny the existence of the Jewish Temples on the Temple Mount, characterizing it as part of a campaign to increase the status of Jerusalem and the Temple mount in Islam as part of the effort to make Jerusalem a Muslim city under Arab governance. According to Reiter, this narrative “reflects the mainstream in many Islamic communities around the world”, and is promoted by “religious figures, politicians, academics and journalists”.[14][15]

Not all Islamic scholars accept Temple denialism. Imam Abdul Hadi Palazzi, leader of the Italian Muslim Assembly and a co-founder and a co-chairman of the Islam-Israel Fellowship, quotes the Quran to support Judaism’s special connection to the Temple Mount. According to Palazzi, “[t]he most authoritative Islamic sources affirm the Temples”. He adds that Jerusalem is sacred to Muslims because of its prior holiness to Jews and its standing as home to the biblical prophets and kings David and Solomon, all of whom he says are sacred figures also in Islam. He claims that the Quran “expressly recognizes that Jerusalem plays the same role for Jews that Mecca has for Muslims”.[16]

According to Benjamin Mazar, the Roman fortress Antonia was located on the highest point of the Temple Mount, the current location of the Dome of the Rock. The 1st century Jewish Roman historian Josephus said the Romans kept a whole legion of soldiers (5,000-6,000) at Antonia. The Temples were 600-feet south and 200-feet lower than the Antonia complex, on Mount Ophel, near the Spring of Siloam, which provided water for sacrifices.[17][18]

In October 2015, the New York Times published an article stating that “The question, which many books and scholarly treatises have never definitely answered, is whether the 37-acre site, home to Islam’s sacred Dome of the Rock shrine and al-Aqsa Mosque, was also the precise location of two ancient Jewish temples, one built on the remains of the other, and both long since gone.”[19] Within a few days, the newspaper responded to feedback by changing the text to “The question, which many books and scholarly treatises have never definitively answered, is where on the 37-acre site, home to Islam’s sacred Dome of the Rock shrine and Al Aqsa Mosque, was the precise location of two ancient Jewish temples, one built on the remains of the other, and both long since gone.”[20][21] A few weeks later, the newspaper further corrected the story, backdating the Islamic waqf that controls the site from 1967 to 1187.[20]

Save