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:*:The Ark of the Covenant:*:

El Arca de la Alianza

In the sacred tradition in the Old Testament is not called for a moment doubted that it was the Lord himself who gave the instructions to Moses to build the ark.

These instructions were followed to the letter by bezaleel and other "clever men to the Lord who had expertise," who not only built the ark sacred, but also worked on the design of the Tabernacle, the candelabra of seven arm, costumes of the priests, the sacred table, the objects for which it was intended, and so on.

When he was finished, and the Tables of the Law on the inside, according to Exodus (40, 20), and with the rod of Aaron to be part of trousseau that she was saved, according to numbers (17, 10), Arca began to occupy a prominent place in the Sancta Sanctorum of the Tabernacle,
this portable temple of the Israelites during their exodus in search of the Promised Land, thus becoming a real talisman representing the alliance of God with his people, if not the very incarnation of Lord material.

In the view of many, Christ could only offer his blood to the heavenly Father and this should be fulfilled despite the fact that Christ died man on Earth; their blood, therefore, could not be contaminated by any hands unclean.
All this supposed security plan drawn up by the Lord six years before the crucifixion. That is why we built the Ark of the Covenant, to take a representation of his Throne of Heaven on Earth, and that eventually would be hidden just below the place where his son was slain.

The Bible account that after the death of Salvador was darkened the sky and the earth quaked, cracking the foundation of the cross and a crack opening up the camera's ark. When the Roman centurion Longinus nailed the spear in the side of Jesus, his last drops of blood fell on the seat.

"From the Earth" brotaría the truth when the Ark of the Covenant and the Tablets of the Law could finally be revealed to all mankind.

Immediately after the waters of the Red Sea was opened to allow cross the "chosen people", he began to speak of the ark. Until his arrival in Jerusalem and its final installation in the Sancta Sanctorum of the Temple of Solomon, his track seems remarkably clear.
First it was carried around Jericho, where Israel launched its first military victory in Canaan. He then settled in the Gilgal, near the Dead Sea, to be moved later to Shechem, where he renewed the pact with Lord that symbolized the ark and its contents: Tables of the Law.

After a brief parenthesis in Betel, the ark he stayed for a good season at Shiloh, where he was cared for by the family of a priest Eli and from where it was carried into battle by concerned, in which the Philistines seized it and showed then as a trophy of war. However, the happiness was short of the Philistines, as a series of strange illnesses were killed on forcing them to return the ark to their original owners seven months later.

By then, the Ark was left at Bet half, killing seventy Jews who tried to look inside it, who knows if to see if something was missing from their precious contents. The truth is that fear of the Ark that it was "exile" to Quirat Jearim, where he was guarded for twenty years by a certain Abinadab until King David was proposed to take her to Jerusalem. In the move died a man, UZA, to touch the casket, and it was decided to "rest" in house Obededom of Gat. After the incident, prepared a shop in Jerusalem where he was the Ark until they ended their Solomon Temple. And it was there, strangely in the safest place of all that was in the ark, where he lost track forever ...

With regard to assumptions about their whereabouts, point out first that provided by the indefatigable British researcher Graham Hancock, narrated in his bestseller Symbol and Signal, which for many years followed the trail of the Ark of the Covenant since his mysterious disappearance biblical. In 1983 Hancock heard for the first time of his connection with Ethiopia, while writing a book about this African country.
Hancock was political correspondent in Ethiopia and on his visit to the city of Axum, who claimed to be met the guardian of the ark or Tabot, who recounted the legend of the son of Solomon and Belkis, the legendary Queen of Sheba, and their relationship with the sacred object.
Assuming Hancock proves that the Ark came out of Palestine, recaló a time in Elephantine (Egypt), then it could have been hidden in Ethiopia.
Prompt and Signal, Hancock tells how the Jews of Elephantine fled to Sudan and thence to the highlands of Ethiopia, eventually settling in Lake Tano, an inland sea more than dosmil meters. By visiting this area became aware of the existence of some ancient texts that mentioned as the Ark of the Covenant had been placed in a sort of tent on the island of Tana Kirk, where he remained for eight years until King Ezana of Ethiopia took up his present location in Axum.
Robert Goodman referred to this way of Hancock's theory in his paper The Ark of the slaughter: "Following the construction of the Ark of the Covenant, the transposed the Israelites during their exodus through the desert until they returned to Jerusalem, where King Solomon, about decades later, he built his famous temple. The Ark and other sacred objects were deposited in the Temple of Jerusalem in the year 935 BC
During his reign, he was visited by the Queen of Sheba (probably located in the country known as Happy Arabia, in the current South Yemen). The Royal Chronicles of Ethiopia who have the queen returned to their country expecting a son of Solomon, the future Menelik I, who would become the founder of the dynastic line that has lasted until Emperor Haile Selassie. Menelik was sent to live with his father to Israel, where he was educated up to nineteen years, becoming the Jewish faith. As a farewell gift, Solomon did build an exact copy of the Ark to be the lead to Ethiopia and, thus, the Falashas (Ethiopian Jews to the romantic scenario that some regard as descendants of one of the lost tribes of Israel) would their own Ark of the Covenant.
At that time, Solomon had allowed pagan idols were erected in the temple, in line with the decline of his reign under the influence of Babylon. Menelik, fearing for the safety of the original ark, and changed the copy was authentic. Graham Hancock contends that the Ark of Menelik I is in the church of St. Mary of Zion in Axum, guarded by a single guard, nearly blind and with little willingness to answer questions about the ark, as we noted even the team investigation into the BBC which produced a report on the matter, and whose head was Hancock himself.
Other theories, by contrast, indicate that the ark did not move the Temple of Solomon until the formidable army of Nebuchadnezzar razed Jerusalem in 586 BC
Apparently, Hancock has found connections between one of the first works that speak of the Holy Grail, the Parzival of the medieval poet Wolfram von Eschenbach, and relieves some of the French cathedral of Chartres, representing the Queen of Sheba. Thus, tying ropes, Hancock came to the conclusion that the Templars had known the legend of Menelik and were no longer reflected in key poetic in Parzival and on the stone of Chartres, the Grail is therefore an update of the ark, search in which Hancock traveled several times to Ethiopia to discover that the Orthodox churches of this country keep its sanctuary in a replica of the Tabot or Arca, which was taken out in procession once a year, covered by cloth, during the feast of Timkat A ceremony that reportedly appeared in the engravings of the Pharaonic era of Tutankhamen.
Thesis similar to that of Hancock contends the writer Grant Jeffrey, in Prophecies of Armageddon, which recounts a conversation with the prince Stephen Menghesa, biznieto of Emperor Haile Selassie and assumed direct descendant, therefore, to Solomon and Menelik. Menghesa referred to Jeffrey that after the proclamation of the State of Israel in 1948, many Ethiopian Falashas began to discuss plans for the return of the Ark of the Covenant to Israel and help build the Third Temple, which would contribute to an atmosphere of genuine peace and harmony, uniting Christians, Jews and Muslims and burying forever the friendly voices of eternal discord, an ideal that many attribute to the Order of the Temple.


El Arca de la Alianza


En la Tradición sagrada contenida en el Antiguo Testamento no se pone ni por un momento en duda que fuese el propio Yahvéh quien diera las instrucciones a Moisés para la construcción del Arca.

Estas instrucciones fueron seguidas al pie de la letra por Bezaleel y otros "hombres hábiles a los que Yahvéh había dado pericia", quienes no sólo construyeron el Arca sagrada, sino que también trabajaron en la elaboración del Tabernáculo, el candelabro de siete brazos, el vestuario de los sacerdotes, la mesa sagrada, los objetos para los que estaba destinada, etc.

Cuando estuvo terminada, y con las Tablas de la Ley en su interior, según Éxodo (40, 20), y con la vara de Aaron formando parte del ajuar que en ella se guardó, según Números (17, 10), el Arca comenzó a ocupar un lugar destacado en el Sancta Sanctorum del Tabérnaculo,
ese templo portátil de los israelitas durante su éxodo en busca de la Tierra Prometida, convirtiéndose así en un auténtico talismán que representaba la alianza de Dios con su pueblo, cuando no la propia encarnación material de Yahvéh.

En opinión de muchos, Cristo sólo podría ofrecer su sangre al Padre celestial y esto debía cumplirse a pesar de que Cristo hecho hombre muriera en la Tierra; su sangre, por lo tanto, no podía ser contaminada por ninguna mano impura.
Todo ello supuestamente seguría el plan establecido por Yahvéh seiscientos años antes de la crucifixión. Por eso mandó construir el Arca de la Alianza, para tener una representación de su Trono del Cielo en la Tierra, y que finalmente quedaría escondida justo bajo el lugar donde su Hijo sería inmolado.

La Biblia cuenta que tras la muerte del Salvador se oscurecieron los cielos y tembló la tierra, resquebrajándose los cimientos de la cruz y abriéndose una grieta hasta la cámara del Arca. Cuando el centurión romano Longinos clavó la lanza en el costado de Jesús, sus últimas gotas de sangre fueron a caer sobre el Propiciatorio.

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