Saturday, December 27, 2014

Henry Gruver was an Eyewitness and Confirms Ron Wyatt's Discovery of the Ark of the Covenant and the Veracity of the Blood Test Results on the Blood of Christ

Grace and Peace to you on the eve of Christmas, 2014.  I spoke with Henry Gruver a few days ago. Henry is a Christian dear to God's heart, having spent several decades walking and praying over many cities in countries all over the world. One day in the 1980s, after praying and walking over the streets of Jerusalem, God sent Ron Wyatt from Turkey to Henry's hotel in Jerusalem, knowing that Henry was a man he could trust, to tell him all about the Ark of the Covenant discovery. So Henry began to be an eyewitness of the videos, artefacts, and even the blood test results on the Blood of Christ which Ron had tested by several Israeli laboratories. To this day, Henry confirms all of the discoveries made by Ron Wyatt at the Garden Tomb (the crucifixion site), and below in the chamber where Jeremiah hid the Ark of the Covenant. Henry also maintains although the IAA (Israel Antiquities Authority) has supressed the evidence, that Ron found not only the Ark of the Covenant in the chamber, but also found the clay jar that Jeremiah put the deed to the potter's field (which God told Jeremiah to do in Jer. 32:7-14 “Take these deeds, this sealed deed of purchase and this open deed, and put them in an earthenware jar, that they may last a long time.”) The scroll was removed from the earthen jar, and was cleaned and decifered, and was found to be Jeremiah's deed to the potters field. No wonder God told Jeremiah the deed had to "last a long time" it's been over 2600 years since Jeremiah hid the deed, and the Ark of the Covenant, underneath the future crucifixion site of Christ in the Garden Tomb of Jerusalem. Glory be to God in the highest!

Click here to order Henry Gruver's CD on the Ark of the Covenant: Henry Gruver on the Ark of the Covenant

I always wondered why God would tell Jeremiah to go buy a field in the middle of the Babylonian seige and invasion, on the eve of Jerusalem being sacked - and then after Jeremiah's death - there was no more mention of the deed or that particular potter's field. Why did the deed have to last a long time, I always wondered? It just seemed like an out of place direction to give on the eve of an invasion. But now I understand why, so that when Ron Wyatt discovered the Ark of the Covenant chamber some 2600 years later, the Israelis would know that Jeremiah hid it there, and to God be the glory!

Friday, October 17, 2014

Dr. Kim's Exodus Discoveries - 2nd Korean Book a Bestseller!


My dear friend Dr. Sung Hak Kim, one of the few people chosen by God to discover and document the actual remains of Moses and the Israelites exodus from Egypt some 3500 years ago -- the split rock, the Cave of Elijah, Mt. Sinai and Mt. Horeb, the gravestones of Rephedim, the Almond trees, the Altar of Moses, the Altar of the Golden Calf, ancient Hebrew petroglyphs and menorah, and much much more -- all corroborating the bible scriptures.  His 2nd book is a best seller in South Korea - and his first book is being translated into English... stay tuned!! Dr. Lennart Moller and the Caldwells also found the same evidences of Exodus at Jebal al Lawz in Midian, Saudi Arabia.

Saturday, July 19, 2014

'Thornbush 2' Book Review of Dr. Kim's Discovery of Mount Sinai at Jebal al Lawz, Saudi Arabia -- soon to be published in South Korea


"Dr. Sung Hak Kim has discovered something incredible that all Christians should know about.  He has seen things that came directly from the hand of God, and have sprung to life from the pages of the bible.   There are only a select few individuals on Earth who have done what Dr. Kim has done... he has travelled in the footsteps of Moses himself.  Dr. Kim has found the actual historical, archaeological locations of the Hebrew Exodus from Egypt into Midian to the mountain of God, (called Mount Sinai in the bible).  The archaeological evidence for Mount Sinai, where God came down in a furnace of fire on the peak of Mount Sinai, and spoke directly to Moses and the Hebrew nation, is overwhelming at the true location in Midian (modern-day Saudi Arabia), as opposed to the conventional view that Mount Sinai is in the Sinai peninsula where there is not a shred of physical evidence.  Dr. Kim joins a few other Christians who have travelled in Saudi Arabia to the site of Mount Sinai (called Jebal al Lawz in Arabic), risking their lives at the hands of the Saudi military who has kept this location a closely guarded secret. If a phenomenal archaeological 'discovery of the century' like Mount Sinai of the Israelites were to be discovered in Saudi Arabia, it would only add to the political tensions in the Middle East. 

Dr. Kim's position as medical doctor to the Governor of Mecca for over a decade, allowed him free access to travel throughout the areas where Moses led the Israelite nation out of Egypt, through the springs of Elim, and through the desert wilderness to their final destination at Mount Sinai, where Moses received the Ten Commandments, and where the gold covered Ark of the Covenant was created to house the tablets of stone.  Dr. Kim spent a decade researching early Paleo-Hebrew writings, petroglyphs, stone carvings, and engravings that he found at ancient Hebrew campsites throughout the area of Northwestern Saudi Arabia near Jebal al Lawz.  

Dr. Kim joins several other intrepid amateur archaeologists who were led by God to find this site, previously hidden from the world for over 3500 years, such as, Ron Wyatt, and his sons Danny and Ronnie Wyatt of Wyatt Archaeological Research, Jim and Penny Caldwell of Split Rock Research, and Dr. Lennart Moller of the Karolinska Institute.  

If you are a Christian who has always wondered if the bible is an accurate historical document, these discoveries will put your mind to rest.  Every word of every scripture that discusses the Exodus is proven true, at this newly disovered site in Midian Saudi Arabia.  If you want to know where the events of Exodus took place, consider the startling new evidence that has been found near Jebal al Lawz, Saudi Arabia:

- Red Sea crossing: Ex. 14:1-3
- Springs of Elim: Ex. 15:27
- Mount Sinai: Ex. 19:18
- Jethro's (Reuel) well in Midian:  Ex. 2:15-21, Ex. 3:1
- Cave of Elijah:  1 Ki19:8-9
- Split Rock: Is. Ex. 17:6, 48:21
- Acacia trees:  Ex. 25:13
- Quail:  Nu. 11:31-32
- Gravestones at Rephidim:  Ex. 17:8-13
- Altar of the Golden Calf: Ex. 32:1-24
- Altar of Moses with 12 Stone Pillars: Ex. 24:4

Dr. Kim discusses all this, and more, in his latest book, Thornbush 2, soon to be published in South Korea, enjoy!"


-Erin Chapman

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Secret Location of 'King David's Castle' to be Revealed

Binyamin Tropper examines the proto-aeolic capital in a photo published in the Israeli paper Makor Rishon. Photo: Makor Rishon, Yossi Aloni
ISRAELNATIONALNEWS.COM by Gil Ronen Jan. 7, 2014. The location of a major archaeological find that waskept secret until now will be revealed to the public on Friday, next week. The find is being touted as a royal castle that could have belonged to Israel's most celebrated king – the Bible's King David.  The find is a decorated carved stone known as "a proto-aeolic capital" that is connected to a column. Only 30 such capitalshave been found in Israel so far, and only five of them were found in areas in which Biblical-era kings lived.  Unlike all of the other proto-aeolic capitals found in Israel – this one is not separate from the column but connected to it. The weight of the column and capital are estimated to be about five tons.  "For reasons that are not completely clear," wrote newspaper Makor Rishon when the find was first announced, "several authorities in Israel have decided to silence the find, which may mark a breakthrough in the perception of the period of King David and his son, Shlomo [Solomon], and of the entire Judean kingdom."

The site was identified by Binyamin Tropper, of the Kfar Etzion Field School, as he descended into a cave in the area of southern Jerusalem. The capital "apparently indicates that an entire temple or castle is buried beneath it," the newspaper added.  Mysteriously, when Kfar Etzion Field School Director Yaron Rosental contacted the Israel Antiquities Authority to inform them of the find, the person he spoke to reportedly simply said – "Yaron, good for you. You found it, but we already are aware of it. Now forget about the whole thing and keep your mouth shut."  Rosental said that he later found out that the IAA had known about the sitefor 18 months.

According to Rosental, excavation of the site has potential for uncovering a complete castle and possibly an entire neighborhood from the Judean kings' period, for the first time ever. "We appear to have a complete castle here," he said. "Those who lived here after it did not know of its existence and thus, instead of using its stones to build a new building as was the usual practice, left it intact." The details found inside could be "amazing."

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Breaking News 2.6.14 - Dr. Sung Hak Kim told me he will be translating his book on his Exodus discoveries into English!

I have been asked, and have the great honor and priviledge of reviewing the first draft of Dr. Kim's book to be published in English, and making suggestions, I'm thrilled!  Dr. Kim spent 20 years as a physician to the Governor of Mecca and had rare access to Saudi Arabia around Jebal al Lawz, the site of the biblical Exodus.  He has made many discoveries of ancient Paleo-Hebrew writings on stones in the area, and has found grinding stones, an inscription of a menorah (!), and pottery shards as well.  It is a great honor to be a friend of Dr. Kim, whom God chose (along with Ron Wyatt and Jim and Penny Caldwell and Lennart Moller), to make these history-shaping discoveries.  Stay tuned...

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Saudi Arabia Menorah Rock Inscription Translated by Jeff Benner of Ancient Hebrew Research Center


In Dr. Kim's travels in NW Saudi Arabia in 2006, the location of the biblical Exodus, he came across this large stone with many inscriptions on it, including a Hebrew Menorah. When the Israelites assembled at Mt. Sinai in Saudi Arabia, God told Moses to make a golden ark, a table, and a Lampstand. The Lampstand what we call a Menorah today - see Ex 25:31-40 “Make a Lampstand of pure gold. Hammer out its base and shaft, and make its flowerlike cups, buds and blossoms of one piece with them. Six branches are to extend from the sides of the Lampstand—three on one side and three on the other. Three cups shaped like almond flowers with buds and blossoms are to be on one branch, three on the next branch, and the same for all six branches extending from the Lampstand. And on the Lampstand there are to be four cups shaped like almond flowers with buds and blossoms. One bud shall be under the first pair of branches extending from the Lampstand, a second bud under the second pair, and a third bud under the third pair—six branches in all. The buds and branches shall all be of one piece with the Lampstand, hammered out of pure gold. “Then make its seven lamps and set them up on it so that they light the space in front of it." 

Later on, when the Israelites were wandering over the wilderness of Saudi Arabia, one of them could have carved this menorah inscription in the rock.

In January 2014, Jeff Benner of the Ancient Hebrew Research Center, has made a translation of the inscriptions. "I have been working on the translation of the rock with the Menorah. I am attaching the image with the lines numbered. Also note the "A" at the bottom. It appears that this lower piece had broken off from the upper part and it looks like there is some writing on this lower part that is not visible in the image which could influence how it is translated. But here is what I have been able to translate:"

Line 1: “Stretch out to An” (This may be a place name or it could be a noun meaning iniquity).

Line 2: “From _ _ _d”

Line 3: “Wandering to Ahhad” (This could be a place name or a noun of unknown meaning)

Line 4: “Like {a} maiden of god I will stand” or “Like {a} maiden of Ele standing”

Line 5: “to wander now”

Line 6: “PBD” (Unknown meaning)

Line 7: “And he will build for {a} calf who” (It is difficult to tell if the word is egel or egen. If egel it is calf, but if egen then it is probably a name or a noun of unknown meaning)

Line 8: “To melt” (The word here is MHS which appears to be related to HMS and MSH which both mean to melt. In Exodus 32:4 is the phrase EGL MSKH, meaning molten calf. In this inscription we have LEGL LMHS possibly meaning a "melted calf.")

Line 9: “Tsophen will expire” (compare this name with Ba'al Tzephon, see Exodus 14:2-4)

Line 10: “without bitterness” or “To me {is} bitter”

Putting all of this together we have;

Stretch out to An from ???, Wandering to Ahhad. Like {a} maiden of god I will stand, to wander now ??? and he will build for {a} calf who {is} to melt, Tsophen, will expire without bitterness.

It is interesting to note the biblical keywords associated with Exodus: "wandering, God, molten or melted calf." This co-incides with the altar of the golden calf, and the cow inscriptions found on the altar stones at the base of Mt. Sinai at Jebal al Lawz, Saudi Arabia, which is well documented in photographs in Jim and Penny Caldwell's book, the God of the Mountain; and Lennart Moller's book, the Exodus Case.