Explorer Ron Wyatt said he found the Ark of the Covenant, a famous Jewish and Christian sacred treasure, containing two stone tablets inscribed with God’s “10 commandments“ for humans.
The Ark of the Covenant symbolizes the presence of God The
Ark of the Covenant is considered a world-famous sacred treasure by Jews and Christians. It is described as a chest containing inside two stone tablets engraved with the original “Ten Commandments”, made by Saint Moses at the instruction of God Yahweh, the God of Israel.
The “Ten Commandments” were then assimilated by Christianity and occupied an important place in Christian morality and the general public for many centuries. However, the current location of the Ark of the Covenant remains one of the greatest mysteries for Judaism and Christianity.
There are many theories about the whereabouts of the chest, but no one knows for sure because legend says that no ordinary human should be allowed to see such a divine artifact without any consequences.
However, a man claimed to have not only found the Ark of the Covenant but had seen it with his own eyes. Ron Wyatt, an explorer who is also known to be a model Christian, says he found the “Ten Commandments” on January 6, 1982, an event he believes has been told. prophecy predicts in advance.
Painting ’Moving the Ark of the Covenant ordered by King David’. (Painting via Ancient Origin)
Possible Location of the Ark
According to the Bible, the “Ten Commandments” were preserved by the Jews in a wooden chest covered with gold, called the Ark of the Covenant.
Ron Wyatt believes he has discovered the Ark of the Covenant buried under the ruins of Jerusalem’s Old City, just below the spot where Jesus was crucified.
Since escaping from Egypt and wandering to the promised land, the Ark of the Covenant has been kept in the Holy Temple, also known as Solomon’s Temple. 600 years before Jesus died, the Babylonians invaded and destroyed much of Jerusalem, including the Holy Temple. It was at this point that the Ark of the Covenant disappeared from history.
When the Babylonians launched their attack, they built a huge “encirclement wall” around the city so that no one could enter or exit the place. In response, the Israelis built many tunnels to move back to the city undetected. Many of these tunnels still exist today, and artifacts have also been found in some of the former tunnels.
Wyatt argues that the Ark of the Covenant – the most sacred Jewish artifact – was hidden in an underground room, then sealed and forgotten.
An illustration of the Temple of Solomon in Jerusalem. (Photo via Ritos ocultos)
The Prophecy that predicted the “Ten Commandments” would be revealed
In 1901, a woman named Ellen G. White prophesied that:
“Then He (God) gave Moses two tablets of testimony and tablets written with God’s finger after He concluded communion with God on Mount Sinai. All that is written on these boards cannot be erased. The precious record of the law was placed in the ark of the will and is still there, safely hidden from mankind. But in God’s appointed time, He will bring forth these tablets of stone to bear witness to all the world, to fight against the disregard for His commandments and against the idolatry of a false Sabbath.” . (Quoted in White Covenant Keepers, 2016)
Students of the Bible, like Mr. Wyatt, believe that God does nothing without revealing his secrets to his servants—the Lord’s followers (Amos 3:7). White’s prophecy was given 81 years before Wyatt’s discovery, so he believes it to be a prophecy of the unprecedented wonders of the Ark of the Covenant.
Founding the Ark of the Covenant
Ron Wyatt said the first discovery of the excavation was a stone altar protruding from the cliff face, believed to be the remnants of an early Christian Church, built in the 19th century. century. This, Wyatt says, suggests that early Christians knew this was a place of great significance. Further exploration of the area revealed four holes cut out of the rock. They are believed to be the pillars of the wooden crosses used for crucifixion in Roman times.
Painting “Moses holding 2 tablets of stone with the 10 commandments” (1659) by artist Rembrandt. (Photo via Ancient Origin)
Wyatt and his team dug the site up and eventually came across a network of ancient caves. One of these caves is where he said he discovered the Ark of the Covenant. He described his discovery in a 1999 interview with AnchorStone International, conducted shortly before his death from cancer.
“When we discovered the place, I basically knew I needed to go inside, because there were some indications that it was just a system of tunnels and chambers. I just go from chamber to chamber, from tunnel to tunnel and whatever system runs through it, until I find the Ark of the Covenant, or until I don’t find it. But either way, we found the chest around 2:00 p.m. on January 6, 1982. So when I found it, I was in an unexpected or predictable situation where I found myself in a room filled with debris-like things. But it turned out to be a series of temple materials, first covered with animal skins, then covered with planks, and then covered with stones, looks like they’ve covered them with anything they can reach. It seemed like this was done in a hurry, it looked like they swarmed everything, anything they could to fill the space. I’m still a bit confused as to why they did it, but I also find that I don’t need to know everything. I just know that, when God does something, He will do it perfectly, that’s all.” (Wyatt interview, 1999).
When examining the cave, Wyatt noticed that a strange black substance had dried in a crack in the ceiling of the vault. The crack was just above the Ark of the Covenant and it seemed that a few drops of the black substance had dripped onto the lid. Wyatt wrote in one of his research letters:
“When Jesus died, the Earth shook. The rock split just below His cross and the crevice extended all the way down to the secret chamber, which contained God’s pure ’earthly’ Throne – the Ark of the Covenant and the Throne of God. it”. “After Jesus died, when the Roman soldiers thrust their spears into the Lord’s spleen, blood and water gushed out, fell through the crack, and dripped onto the Throne” (The Pulpit, 2008).
Ron Wyatt also tested the other black substance and declared it to be the blood of Jesus. If this is true, the act of dripping blood and water on the Ark would be equivalent to the blood and water that Moses sprinkled on the “Ten Commandments” to sanctify God’s covenant with the Jews (Hebrew 9:19). ).
Wyatt added that the spirit prevented him from photographing or recording the Ark of the Covenant. He said that when he returned to the site to gather more evidence, four angels stood before him and said that now is not the time for the world to see this discovery with their own eyes, that time is near. , then all over the world there will be an act of universal belief to be enforced.
An artist’s illustration of what Ron Wyatt described seeing. (Photo via Ancient Origin)
Wyatt’s other amazing finds the
Ark of the Covenant isn’t the only surprising find Ron Wyatt has ever claimed. Among more than 100 Bible-related discoveries, Wyatt said he found Noah’s ark, the anchor stone that Noah used to use, the house after the Deluge as well as the tomb of Noah and his wife, the location of the site. Tower of Babel site, site of the crucifixion and blood of Jesus in an earthquake fracture. He also said that God’s blood has 24 chromosomes instead of 46.
His discoveries have been refuted by scientists, historians, biblical scholars, creator believers, and leaders in his Seventh-day Adventist Church. His work continues to be maintained and preserved by the Wyatt Institute for Archaeological Research (WAR).