The True Site of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem

Eyewitness Accounts, Ancient Documents, Archaeological Discoveries and a Theodolite Line from a 1st Century Synagogue – all point to the true location of the Holy Temple. Watch the video to discover the True Site of Temple in Jerusalem.


when thy people Israel sinned and are smitten before the enemy and they turned towards this house and call thy name and pray for mercy then here in heaven and forgive the sins of thy people Israel and return them to the land that was given to their fathers to avoid facing the wrong direction in prayer Jews need to know where King Solomon built the Holy of Holies but if you ask any Jew where the holy temple stood they will answer on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem by which they mean on Alpha RAM al-sharif where stands the Dome of the rock but they are mistaken Haram al-sharif is not the site of the Holy Temple the most important architectural feature of a synagogue is the Torah niche which must be oriented towards the Holy of Holies as you will see in this video the oldest Torah neish in Jerusalem is not oriented towards the Haram al-sharif but points towards the true site of the Holy of Holies Maimonides visited the site of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem in the 12th century he wrote that the temple lay in ruins Maimonides was not speaking of her oma sharif because there were no ruins whatsoever on the Haram precincts indeed the entire area was heavily built upon when he spoke of the ruins site of the temple in the same century another Torah giant rabbi David Kim Chi also known as Radek visited the ruins of the Temple in Jerusalem and wrote that the temple lay in ruins and was never built upon the eyewitness accounts of these two important rabbis is a clear statement that the Haram al-sharif is not the site of the Holy Temple there is further proof that the temple was located elsewhere in the form of a seventh century agreement between caliph Umar and 70 rabbis caliph Umar invited 70 rabbis to come from Tiberias to Jerusalem to establish a new Sanhedrin a fragment of the agreement was discovered in the Ben Ezra Library in Cairo and can now be seen in Cambridge University in England in the agreement the site of the temple is very clearly said to be in the southern section of Jerusalem in the market of the Jews it is recorded in the Jenna’s a fragment that Omar arranged for 70 rabbis to come to Jerusalem no more ask them where they wish to live in the city and they requested to live in the southern section of the city in the market of the Jews to be near the site of the temple and its gates the caliph agreed so 70 rabbis and their families move from Tiberias and build settlements on foundations that had stood for many generations they built their settlements in the area outlined in red in the southern section of Jerusalem this area has been shown by dr. Shimon Gibson Fellow at the Albright Institute in Jerusalem and director of the Mount Zion dig to be the ancient Jewish marketplace some of the significant discoveries on earth tin the market of the Jews include a large area of the temples plastered sister the high priest macfay 3 show bread ovens stone vessels and the largest number of murex trunculus snail shells ever found the murex snail was used to obtain to hell it the sacred blue pigment which was used to dye the high priests ceremonial robes the archaeological discoveries from the Mount Zion dig in addition to the eyewitness testimonies of Maimonides rad AK and the 70 rabbis place the holy temple here in the southern section of Jerusalem 500 meters west of the Haram tor Anish in a 1st century synagogue confirms the true site of the temple in 1948 in the course of repairing damage done to King David’s tomb Jakob Pinker felled an Israeli archaeologists discovered a first-century Torah neesh in the northern wall of King David’s tomb and concluded that the original building had been a first century synagogue that was built while the holy temple was still standing in full view of the temple the builders of the synagogue oriented the tour Anish directly into the Armenian Quarter through a structure called the convent of the olive tree the convent has an ancient tradition that it was built on the threshing floor of Ornan the Jebusite which was purchased by king david ‘no theodolite is used to measure a straight line from the torah neesh in the 1st century synagogue it points directly towards the holy of Holy’s this impressive area is the true site of the holy temple it encompasses the convent of the olive tree that marks the site of the Holy of Holies and extends through Ghana Takuma incorporating the market of the Jews in the words of dr. Shimon Gibson I feel here that there’s going to be something which is going to be found here which are going to astound the world an ancient olive tree marks the site of the Holy of Holies there is nothing stopping us from building the Holy Temple in the correct location right here

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