Following the Ark of the Covenant: The Treasure of God

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Cedar Fort, Sep 1, 2000 - History - 199 pages
The Ark of the Covenant is the greatest treasure the world has ever know, and the oldest sacred relic in the religious iconography of the Hebrews. It is the least understood object of worship. Where is the Ark of the Covenant today? Through this book, the reader will trace its route from the Holy Land to America.
 

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I read this book about 4 years ago. I thought it was very entertaining and was really surprised at some of the history that it show cased. It showed the presence of Templar Knights in the Americas before Columbus. I think it is a good read and would love to talk with anybody that is interested in these topics. egyptian.redcrown@gmail.com  

Contents

Introduction
1
Brewers Cave
19
The Secret of Solomons Temple
32
The Knights Templar
38
The Rosslyn Sinclairs
45
The Sea Kings The Earls of Orkney
55
The Westford Knight
68
The Oak Island Mystery
76
The Sacred Mine
119
The Secret of Temple Hill
127
The Secret of Sanpete
133
The Morley Connection
142
Area Testamenta
153
New Atlantis
161
The Sanpete Sanctuary
170
The Sign and The Seal
180

Arcadia
82
Prince MadocMan of the Sea
93
Madoc The Mormon Templar
102
CarreShinob
108
The Knight and The Ark
188
APPENDIX
218
Earls of Orkney to Sinclair
223
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