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The Arc of the Covenant or Ark of the Covenant’s electrical ARC requires thinking out of the box

> > > > The Arc of the Covenant or Ark of the Covenant’s electrical nature requires thinking out of the box for a proper understanding. > > > > The arc of the Covenant was apparently manufactured after “Moses called all Israel, and said unto them, Hear, O Israel, the statutes and judgments which I speak in your ears this day, that ye may learn more, and keep, and do them.” The fifth chapter of Deuteronomy goes on to state that “the Lord talked with you [Moses] face to face in the mount out of the midst of the fire.” Wow! One would logically think that the Source of the creation would find a more comfortable spot in his infinite universe to reside in than in a blazing little fire on a dry, dusty mountain on this paltry planet. Or, he could find better company than shifty humans with whom to consult. However, ignorance and arrogance are still allowed to prevail in many minds today; and intelligence and reason, although revered and relied on for six days a week, blindly bows to those ludicrous words on the seventh. > > > Nevertheless, speaking further on the Hebrew god’s commandments, Moses went on to point out that “I stood between the Lord and you at that time, to shew you the word of the Lord, for ye were afraid by reason of the fire, and went not up unto the mount.” So, to solve this problem, he moved the fire god off the mountain down to the tribes, and he placed him between two cherubim on an oblong box with two carrying poles. > > > This arrangement, the so-called Ark of the Covenant, is illustrated above and below. However, the angelic images or cherubim on top of the chests are not accurate depictions. Why? The answer lies in the second of Moses’s Ten Commandments, which has been abbreviated and placed on popular plaques like the one above. Although the Hebrew fire god is said to have forbade the worshiping of graven images by uttering to Moses: “Thou shalt not ……. > http://ancientskyscraper.com/118901.html

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