Good point Hip...now we have 38,003 christian cults in just a few days.<quoted text>Because your information is not correct. I am not impressed that you "looked" at it. Do you possibly tell yourself that we haven't seen it, and must take your word? We can look at it too, in books, documentaries, and we can "go" to it right now in Google maps.
The Wailing Wall formed a portion of the outer wall of the Temple grounds, not the foundation. In short, it was, most emphatically, a wall. Your assertion is patently ludicrous. It is curious as to why you insist on making this distinction. You have shown thus far that you consider your gratuitous speculations to be superior even to that of non-controversial scholarly inquiry. This one is by far the most egregious, and pointless, of the several you've proposed. It's only possible motive is to somehow demonstrate that you possess insights that have eluded scholars and scientists for centuries.
You probably don't realize that this display of yours is a perfect - perfect - example of the multi-layered legend-building process that has taken place around the corpse of Jesus. Convince enough people of your "vision", and we have yet another Christian splinter group, based on foolishness. This is why the Christian faith is split into tens of thousands of denominations. It is only the stability imposed by the secular state that keeps you all from disintegrating into the holy wars that plagued Europe for centuries, and plagues Islam to this day.
It appears that each day another christian cult is born. How are we supposed to keep up with them let alone decide which one is the correct one?
My vote is...none of them.