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'Ark of the Covenant altar' found in Sheba's palace

There are 56 comments on the worldnetdaily.com story from May 12, 2008, titled 'Ark of the Covenant altar' found in Sheba's palace. In it, worldnetdaily.com reports that:

The Ethiopian queen was the friend and ally of King Solomon of Israel in the 10th century before Christ.

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FennecFox

Warrensburg, NY

#1 May 15, 2008
Ark of the covenant is a lie, this is a fantasy prop.
dasad

UAE

#2 May 16, 2008
FennecFox wrote:
Ark of the covenant is a lie, this is a fantasy prop.
What is your backgrond to say that? It is best to read the bible how it was first created. But that is not the point i would like to raise. Rather where it is find at the moment. I would recommend you to read, I am sure you will do, The Sign and the Seal written by the well know writer Graham Hancook.
destroyer ALI

Australia

#3 Jul 31, 2008
The Koran

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The Spider

In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful.

http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/k/koran/koran-i...
abr

Ethiopia

#4 Aug 1, 2008
FennecFox wrote:
Ark of the covenant is a lie, this is a fantasy prop.
simply ignorant
yaya

Australia

#5 Aug 3, 2008
it is a lie...its an exact copy of the orginal but not quite the real mccoy...lol do you think if it was real isreal wouldnt level the whole world to get it??or dont you think that ethiopians would be showing it off abit more.its a myth.
blah

Stellenbosch, South Africa

#6 Dec 9, 2008
I think it would be enough to realize the laws clearly stated in the bible as to how other tribes from the house of Israel should be able to keep their distance from the holy temple except for levites. Even a king himself was not allowed to have an access to the inner part of the temple. That means no one knew what was going on inside other than the high priests. So how come the fake idiot of king Solomon, Minilik, was able to rob the temple unless he went to Jerusalem with well armed troop conquer the land and took it properties by force like Babylonian.
I wonder how God would act from the ark of the covenant for being touched by unholy hands. We know the story of some Hebrew dudes and Palestine who were jerking around the ark.

Otherwise the guy must have been the best gangster of the whole world all the time, who can even steal from the house of God. For your reference read Exodus- the second book of Moses. I am sick of these people. I can say that their brain is full of nothing else but mucus.

The problem is when you refer to the bible these people start to tell you that the bible itself is wrongly translated or something. They might argue that it is Europeans who removed the sex relation between the king and the queen of Sheba even the name Minilik form the bible. They have no a tiny shame.
Guest

Ava, MO

#7 Dec 9, 2008
Was the Ark ever in Ethiopia? The Bible does not say.
At this time it is not known where the Ark may be. But it is no longer needed seeing as the One and final Sacrifice has been made for all time. Christ Jesus on the Cross. "It is Finished".

Since: Oct 08

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#8 Dec 9, 2008
...well ignorant people will never accept that the ark is in ethiopia...just wait and see what will happen in ethiopia the next years.
Guest

Ava, MO

#9 Dec 9, 2008
So what if the Ark is in Ethiopia? Christ Jesus is in Heaven and coming again. That is what should be being focused on.
Ian

Cannock, UK

#10 Dec 9, 2008
So is St. Mary of Zion in Axum. I was going to visit Ethiopia but my christian wife would not have been allowed in that church. So we went to Namibia instead... very nice country and people

abr wrote:
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simply ignorant
abr

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

#11 Dec 9, 2008
Ian wrote:
So is St. Mary of Zion in Axum. I was going to visit Ethiopia but my christian wife would not have been allowed in that church. So we went to Namibia instead... very nice country and people
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if she is not orthodox, she must not allowed to enter! yap right. is there any wrong with that?
Ian

Cannock, UK

#12 Dec 9, 2008
Only your credibility.

Are you saying I could enter as a male Atheist (which I can), but my wife can't because she's the "wrong type of christian"?

The truth is that even if my wife was orthodox she would not be allowed in that shrine. The only woman allowed in is Mary, and she rarely turns up...

abr wrote:
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if she is not orthodox, she must not allowed to enter! yap right. is there any wrong with that?
abr

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

#13 Dec 9, 2008
Ian wrote:
Only your credibility.
Are you saying I could enter as a male Atheist (which I can), but my wife can't because she's the "wrong type of christian"?
The truth is that even if my wife was orthodox she would not be allowed in that shrine. The only woman allowed in is Mary, and she rarely turns up...
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there is a place woman can and can't enter, in any orthodox church but the rule is abit strickt in st marry. she visit any of the church ecxept the temple.
Ian

Cannock, UK

#14 Dec 9, 2008
OK. I wish I'd said that in the first place
abr wrote:
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there is a place woman can and can't enter, in any orthodox church but the rule is abit strickt in st marry. she visit any of the church ecxept the temple.

“Religion is Superstition”

Since: Aug 08

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#15 Dec 10, 2008
It's the oldest con-game in the world. 'Oh we happen to have the (insert relic of choice) here but you can't see it, and we're certainly not going to let any scientist near it', for all he would do is either a) show it for the complete fraud it and it's keepers are, or b) demonstrate unequivicably that it does exist, which would destroy the need for faith in said object. For with proof of it's existance, faith would not be needed, and neither, for that matter, would be the priests running the con. It's in their best interest, not everybody else's, to not bring forward their evidence, if they actually have any.
Eyob

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

#16 Feb 15, 2009
in most cases we get in trouble to swallow the truth. it is quite true that the ark has been lost. and for sure it is in ethiopia. &#4770;&#4725;&#48 46;&#4917;&#4843; &#4773;&#4870;&#47 35;&#4757; &#4808;&#4848; &#4773;&#4877;&#48 26;&#4768;&#4709;& #4612;&#4653; &#4725;&#4824;&#46 48;&#4875;&#4616;& #4733; does mean ethiopia will hand over the lost ark to GOD. whu don Israelis say the ark has not been lost and it is with us? it is just because it is not with them and it has been brought to the promised land. those who deny better should swallow the bitter truth.
blah

Stellenbosch, South Africa

#17 Feb 16, 2009
Eyob wrote:
in most cases we get in trouble to swallow the truth. it is quite true that the ark has been lost. and for sure it is in ethiopia. &#4770;&#4725;&#48 46;&#4917;&#4843; &#4773;&#4870;&#47 35;&#4757; &#4808;&#4848; &#4773;&#4877;&#48 26;&#4768;&#4709;& #4612;&#4653; &#4725;&#4824;&#46 48;&#4875;&#4616;& #4733; does mean ethiopia will hand over the lost ark to GOD. whu don Israelis say the ark has not been lost and it is with us? it is just because it is not with them and it has been brought to the promised land. those who deny better should swallow the bitter truth.
You make me wanna puke.

Since: Jan 09

Ta netjer - D.L.

#18 Feb 16, 2009
Well that german that found out tge castle is not much believed from other archeologist because there is no evidence that the castle was of the queen of sheba, but this doesnt mean that the ark is not in axum.

Since: Oct 08

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#19 Feb 16, 2009
THE REAL HABESHA wrote:
Well that german that found out tge castle is not much believed from other archeologist because there is no evidence that the castle was of the queen of sheba, but this doesnt mean that the ark is not in axum.
..of course the mainstream view of scholars dont believe him since they dont want the queen of shebas palace located in africa...they want it wo bin yemen/Western Asia whic doesnt threat the anti-african doctrine that many have...wishful thinking...but this archeoligst is a renowed scientist who works in that filed since 20 years. he is a university professor not a crazy guy...

Since: Jan 09

Ta netjer - D.L.

#20 Feb 16, 2009
solomonic wrote:
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..of course the mainstream view of scholars dont believe him since they dont want the queen of shebas palace located in africa...they want it wo bin yemen/Western Asia whic doesnt threat the anti-african doctrine that many have...wishful thinking...but this archeoligst is a renowed scientist who works in that filed since 20 years. he is a university professor not a crazy guy...
No, i mean that other archeologists dont believe to him because he was too fast to say that is the castle of queen of sheba, for them there are not proof, not inscription, so for them that castle can be of another king or queen.
Then, but this is just my opinion, that german said that the altar of the ark is oriented on sirius star following the egiptian religion, if menelik was 3 years in jerusalem from his father, why he changed so fast judaism religion?

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