Part 1: The people édenistes, Chapter 20: The gold of Hebrew

Part 1: The people édenistes, Chapter 20: The gold of Hebrew
Published July 20, 2009

Gold … Cause of many evils … Better to have missed that … And when it has, it must protect itself and …

DESTINATION EARTH, Book Two: The peoples

Part 1: The people édenistes, Chapter 20: The gold of Hebrew


Sardis, the capital of the Kingdom of Lydia, is located northeast of Smyrna, at the foot of Mount Tmolus today Boz Dad Ardys under King who reigned from – 651 to – 625, electrum, an alloy of gold and silver, was discovered in the river Pactolus, today Sart Çayi Attributed to the time the invention of money, the first coins discovered, being of electrum of Lydia The kingdom reached its zenith during the reign of King Croesus of -560 to – 546 BC. J.C. This is the origin of the phrase: as rich as Croesus When asked the origin of his fortune, he said he had only to dip his hands in the bonanza … Croesus was so proud of his wealth he did not hesitate to show his treasures to its visitors He asked one of them, the grammarian and Greek philosopher Solon, if another man could be so happy Solon replied that a man could not be accounted happy until the moment of death, because he did not know what fate in store for him the gods Before the growing power of the Persians, Croesus offered lavish gifts to the Temple of Apollo at Delphi to learn the future of his kingdom The Pythia told him that if he made war against Cyrus, a great empire would be destroyed Having does not understand that the oracle could be interpreted both ways, he attacked Cyrus He had to quickly retreat and was besieged in his city of Sardis The city was finally taken – 546 BC. J.C. Croesus was sentenced to death At the stake, he repeated the words of Solon Cyrus was so impressed that he spared Croesus took him to Ecbatana and made him his adviser

The Pactolus

In Greek mythology, the Pactolus was a river where there was gold in large quantities: Dionysus had promised the King Midas of his wish come true choice The king asked him the power to transform everything into gold touch But it soon made his misfortune because he could not eat or drink since everything he touched turned to the precious metal He then asked Dionysus to cancel this vow For that, he had to wash their hands in the Pactolus Therefore, from this moment, they found many nuggets of gold in this river Since that time, the jackpot means a rich It goes without saying that if one has a treasure, even inexhaustible, it is not going to show visitors … It is more than likely that an earthquake, common in these regions, even today, has released a portion of a vein of electrum in the river Pactolus At the time of Ardys, they contented themselves with orpaillages in the river … Soon it had to be more profitable … Under Croesus, were sought and found the mine of origin … This was the origin of his immense fortune … He treated electrum for gold and silver pure The Harvard-Cornell archaeological mission has unearthed a gold refinery from the time of Croesus The excavations will update nearly 300 wells cast gold


Electrum or pale gold, white gold, Argental elektron comes from the Greek meaning amber, because of its pale yellow The natural electrum is an alloy of 40% to 75% gold and 25% to 60% silver It could contain traces of other metals such as copper It is pale yellow or yellowish white according to the proportion of money Today, white gold is an alloy of gold and silver, gold and nickel or gold-palladium In ancient times it was used to mint coins, but also in decor jewelry The mines are made of electrum prosperity of Sardis It became the capital of the satrap (province) of western Persian
When the mines were exhausted, Sardis lost all its importance …


Solomon, in Hebrew Chelomoh, son of David, the famous David and Goliath, to inherit his father died in – 968, a kingdom to flourishing economic situation Solomon unifies the administration of the kingdom with the help of Egyptian scribes It makes it safer trade routes to Africa, Asia, Arabia and Asia Minor He married an Egyptian princess, daughter of the King of Tanis, Siamon, the XXIst dynasty he concluded an alliance with the Egyptians against their enemies, the Philistines He modernized his army of chariots and endows It combines with Hiram of Tyre, which has allowed him to have a fleet led by the Phoenicians, based in Ezion-Geber, in the Gulf of Aqaba on the Red Sea and controlling the region up in the Indian Ocean Solomon built the great temple of Jerusalem with the help of Tyrian It fortifies Jerusalem and other cities Solomon must concede to the country of Tyre Kabul in return for their help At the end of his reign, the people supported by the Egyptian, criticized his pomp, the tax burden and drudgery, and his tolerance of idolatrous worship foreign Edom and Damascus rise and free themselves from the domination of Israel When he died, towards – 935, the kingdom split in two, Israel and Judah to the north to the south, where will the word Jew

Solomon’s mines

The policy of Solomon has been possible thanks to its wealth, and especially his gold … For this, it was necessary to maintain a powerful army able to get the gold in its mines and bring it back safely … For a large quantity of gold, you need a reliable mine … Indeed, the local natives to buy, would not leave a great benefit and would not cover the investment cost of an army … Also, we can say that the gold mines of Solomon belong well … And these mines are necessarily located in a territory where the Hebrews were the masters … In Anatolia, the mines that later will be that of Croesus, are exactly where you match this criteria … Nevertheless, the cost price of this gold has become the at some point so important, that Solomon preferred not to continue the exploitation and transportation of the precious metal … The mines have been closed and abandoned, until they were rediscovered by the King of Sardinia Cresus …

The Gold of Yahve

Yahweh has operated copper from Anatolia, but not only … He could not lose face so as to leave Lilith producing gold and copper … it only He therefore sought in its territory, gold mines exploited … So he found these mines that would later become those of Solomon and those of Croesus … Its gold would then be recovered by ships at the port of Izmir Lilith … See previous sections of the road to gold and copper … He was able to contribute to the manufacture of orichalcum and thus join other édenistes, head held high … And especially pay their ticket for the trip back in space in édenistes -5400 BP

The gold of Abraham

Abraham decided to leave Mesopotamia for the Promised Land … But history has shown us that it was a wise leader He did not leave empty-handed … He therefore drew on much the mines operated for Yahweh and formed a large war chest to win … He also carefully sealed and hidden mines But has kept the location to transmit to his descendants And the secret was unable to reach a millennium after Solomon … Happened to the promised land, he will never see, it’s time to put the gold away in Hebrew, because the promised land is occupied … We’ll have to make war with the occupants, the Canaanites, to drive them …
And it is not good in wartime to walk with his gold … So he hides his treasures in the territory of Mount Sinai … And of course, it encrypts and mapping caches cards to transmit to his descendants …

The Ten Plagues of Egypt

These are the ten punishment sent by God to Egypt, as told in Exodus The river turned to blood: … The Nile was nauseating, and the Egyptians could not drink water from the river … Frogs: … the frogs came up and covered Egypt … Lice: … all the dust of the ground turned into mosquitoes … Flies: … large numbers of flies entered all the land of Egypt … Death of cattle: … all the cattle of Egypt died … Ulcers: … people and animals were covered with ulcers burgeoning pustules … Hail: … Lord rained hail upon the land of Egypt … Grasshoppers: … they covered the surface of the earth and the earth was in darkness, they ate every plant of the earth and all fruit trees, all that the hail had left: and there remained not any green to trees or plants of the fields in all the land of Egypt … Darkness: … there was a thick darkness … The death of the firstborn: … all the firstborn will die in the land of Egypt … Some scientists believe that the ten plagues of Egypt would be linked to a volcanic eruption of Santorini The darkness would have been caused by volcanic ash transported by wind By dispersing into the Nile, they would have contaminated, killing men and cattle The ash suspended in the air could trigger hail Health conditions due to lack of water, contaminated Nile, and rotting corpses, explain lice and ulcers The water turned into blood is due to the reddish color of ashes


Aaron is the head of the tribe of Levi The Hebrew tribes include 12 Moses is the head of Hebrew as a descendant of Abraham It was he who spoke to Pharaoh, as leader, to secure the release of his people There was accompanied by Aaron, the religious leader of the Hebrews Aaron turned his staff into a snake before Pharaoh, but the miracle is not enough to convince Pharaoh to free the Jews whose labor is precious to him … Moses, Aaron strong power, threatening the pharaoh of the 10 plagues of Egypt Pharaoh is unaffected by threats Aaron ordered the curses that will befall the country Aaron certainly has knowledge of the eruption of Santorini and will use the disasters that will ensue The wounds are being slaughtered on his country, it convinces Pharaoh to let the Jews
Aaron is the high priest of the Jews and the head of the clergy And of course, he’d like to be Caliph instead of the Caliph …

Tables of the law

The Hebrews come Sinai desert, three months after fleeing Egypt Moses says the command to his brother Aaron during his absence Then he climbs on Mount Sinai After forty days and forty nights of fasting, he makes a covenant between God and his people The dictation of God, he wrote the Pentateuch, the first five books of the Bible: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, the Book of Numbers and Deuteronomy To seal this covenant, God outlines his ten commandments and serious on two stone tablets that the people of Israel shall keep in a chest, the Ark of the Covenant, and which should be placed on a table and installed in a tent: the tabernacle The Bible does not mention the Ten Commandments, but ten words, where does the Decalogue In Judaism, the statement of the Decalogue is a half of the 613 commandments prescribed by Moses The text of Exodus: 20/2-17 is: I am the Lord your God who brought you out of Egypt, the house of bondage Thou shalt have no other gods before me Thou shalt make thee no graven image, or any likeness of things which are above the heavens, who are down on earth, and who are in the waters below the earth Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, and you serve them, for I the Lord thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of those who hate me and showing mercy unto thousands of them that love me and keep my commandments Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain, for the LORD will not hold him guiltless who takes His name in vain Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy Six days you shall labor and do all your work, but the seventh day is the sabbath of the LORD thy God: thou shalt not do any work, thou, nor thy son, nor your daughter, your manservant, nor thy maidservant, nor thy cattle, nor the alien within your gates For in six days the LORD made heaven, earth and sea and everything in them is, and rested the seventh day: wherefore the Lord blessed the Sabbath day and the hallowed Honor thy father and thy mother: that thy days may be long upon the land which the LORD thy God giveth thee Thou shalt not commit murder Thou shalt not commit adultery Do not steal Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor anything that is thy neighbor

The Ark of the Covenant

According to the Bible, the Ark of the Covenant, would have contained the tablets of the Law, given to Moses on Mount Sinai The description of the ark is in the Bible, Exodus, chapter 25, verses 10-21: They will therefore an ark of acacia wood, two cubits long and half a cubit wide and a half high and half a cubit The cubit is a unit of length that dates back thousands of years This is the length of the elbow to the tip of the hand This is the natural bent of twenty-four fingers = six palms or 1 ½ feet It corresponds to about 45 cm You shall overlay it with pure gold, thou overlay it inside and out and you will entoureras a molding of gold You will flow for it four rings of gold and thou shalt put all four feet to two rings on one side and two rings on the other You shall make poles of acacia wood, you them with gold and you introduiras in the rings of the ark alongside the poles with which to carry The bars remain in the rings of the ark, they still will not be removed You shall put the ark in the charter that I will give you Then thou shalt make a mercy seat of pure gold, two cubits long and half a cubit wide and a half And thou shalt make two cherubim of gold Thou forgeras both ends of the cover Make one cherub at one end and one cherub at the other end, you will make the cherubim on the mercy seat protruding at both ends The cherubim shall use their wings up to protect the mercy seat with their wings, they will be face to face and they shall look upon the mercy seat You shall put the mercy seat above the ark and the ark thou shalt set in the charter that I will give you

The disappearance of the Ark of the Covenant

The Ark of the Covenant was located in Jerusalem, the Temple of Solomon Then she disappeared The Mahdi will be the one who find the Ark of the Covenant It contains the original laws not falsified Various hypotheses exist when its location There is an assumption that the ark would be in Ethiopia The ark would have been stolen from Solomon in Jerusalem after the visit of the Queen of Sheba The two sovereigns would have had a son, Prince Menelik, who returned to Jerusalem would be to steal the Ark The Ethiopian town of Axum has a chapel or the ark would be retained This sanctuary is forbidden access to and under the supervision of a permanent guardian Another hypothesis claims that the Egyptian army of Pharaoh Shishak who conquered Israel around 930 BC. J-C. , Would have won most of the liturgical objects from the temple This seems implausible because the ark is not mentioned in the objects brought In 1931, an American explorer, Antonia Futterer, said he found a gallery on Mount Nebo ended with a walled-up door, on which was engraved with a Hebrew inscription meaning: “Here lies the golden Ark” … Fifty years later, another explorer, Tom Crotser, actually discovered a tunnel leading to a wall engraved with few signs Explored the room contained a chest of gold metal, covered with a tarp and looked like the ark The explorer took pictures and showed them to an archaeologist Siegfried Horn By observing the images of the ark, the specialist recognized a copper plate and a nail machined with modern machines It was a false trunk of recent manufacture Yet the Bible gives guidance on the history of the ark In the second book of Maccabees, the ark was leaving the temple by the prophet Jeremiah to be put away in a secret cave under the mountain where Moses died on Mount Calvary (2 Maccabees 2, 4-8) Around 598 BC. AD, Jerusalem was captured by the Babylonians, and its inhabitants were deported to Babylon The Temple was plundered, and liturgical objects were carried to Babylon (2 Kings 25, 13-15) Again, the ark is not mentioned in the loot, which makes sense since it was already hidden And all objects looted and returnees will be made later, at the end of the exile of the Hebrews

Possible discovery of the Ark of the Covenant

In 1978 American archaeologist Ron Wyatt was awarded the Department of Antiquities of Israel permission to search the hill of Golgotha On February 6, 1982 he found a very narrow underpass natural it led to a large room and a chest of gold plated, topped by two statues of cherubs … Ron Wyatt found inside the ark the two tables of the Law, written in Aramaic He took many photos of all objects, but the development did not show the images that blurred images The Israeli authorities have sent a team of men of the tribe of Levi, whose mission is to bring out the ark to the surface The six young men in this group all died in the tunnel Since that day, Israel retains total discretion on this matter Given the narrowness of the gallery taken by Ron Wyatt, it is clear that the ark was introduced by another way Wyatt looked so initial access At the bottom of the cave, he saw a great passage sealed, made great rocks impossible to identify Ron Wyatt concludes that the main entrance should be sought from outside The temporary access by the natural crack was ordered to ensure the safety of its precious contents The input used by the archaeologist has been fully recapped, and made completely invisible Ron Wyatt died in 1999 but failed to find the tunnel entrance Ron Wyatt was convinced that the Ark was to remain hidden A group of enthusiasts is being smuggled into the natural passage, was nearly buried alive In April 2007, members of Wyatt Archaeological Research have preferred to withdraw from their website the details of the story of the discovery The latest explorations did not seem fully confirm the story of Wyatt, their content is not released pending further investigation

The gold of Moses

In the Hebrew Bible Yahweh encouraged to fly the vessels of gold and silver hostesses Egyptian (Exodus III, 22 and Exodus XII, 35) The word “hostess” makes it even more heinous theft Like his grandfather Abraham, Moses does not leave Egypt empty handed … When he arrived at Sinai, Moses from the mountain with Joshua to receive the tablets of the Law They take too even if it is not explicit, their tribes … During their absence Moses gave the people to Aaron and Hour Moses will try and take gold in the caches of Abraham, mainly to build the ark and other objects of worship … But also to have a war chest to consolidate his power … And that is that chief joined the people of Israel …

The golden calf

During the ascent of Mount Sinai by Moses, the Hebrews urged Aaron to build them a golden idol, grounding bracelets and necklaces they had managed to take with them He built a golden calf they worshiped On Mount Sinai, God warned Moses that his people had perverted and threatened to exterminate Coming down from Sinai, Moses furious, breaks the tablets of the Law he received According to Exodus, Moses’ anger is so great that he decided to punish the Hebrew He calls himself the son of Levi who did not participate in the worship of the calf, and urges them to kill all idolaters He told them the words of Yahweh: each gird your sword on your hip, go and come into the camp, from door to door, and kill his brother that which his friend, who’s close (Ex. XXXII, 27) Men run, and about three thousand men were killed in the day The next day, Moses addresses the Lord asking him to forgive his people and not get away from him God granted his request and invites him to renew the Covenant on Mount Sinai Moses returns to the mountain carve two new tablets on which similar to the above will again be engraved the words of the Act Moses descends from Mount Sinai with new tables that will be kept in the Ark of the Covenant from the construction thereof. The story says that Aaron built the golden calf with the gold of the people This would not have made it very popular and certainly would not have created an idol of respectable size … It is very likely, Aaron aware caches of Abraham, and taking advantage of the absence of Moses, has used a nearby cache of gold for the manufacture He thus became the rightful leader, and one that established the old religion again, so named in the biblical texts, the Hebrew of the time … édenistes The return of Moses, it provoked a civil war that claimed at least 3,000 deaths … But the power of Aaron was such that it was not enough to regain power … Also preferred to negotiate with Moses and Aaron had to give him in return for forgiveness, the priesthood of Israel for himself and all his posterity on forever … He took advantage and also the golden idol and could add to his gold mine …



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