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"moshe fagin" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

10:07 min | 3 years ago

"moshe fagin" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Welcome back. This is the Ben Shapiro show. Obviously, a massive massive election took place yesterday in Israel and a big shock in Benjamin Netanyahu retaining the prime ministership. A big shock for people watching all that closely. And who seems to be following the media coverage from afar of the New York Times desperately hoping that Netanyahu would lease. It would lose his prime ministership to bennigan's NBC news desperately hoping that that was going to happen. In fact, we have a clip of NBC news appraising bennigan's right before the election. The header ahead of the brand new blue and white party who is brand new and political seemed really has no ideas that anybody could actually make out except he had really good military record. Here is NBC news though, saying that he was wonderful mainly because he was tall nothing. Yahoo is always run on this idea of look, I'm Mr. security. Well, bennigan's says Mr. security six foot four, you know, blue eyed son of a holocaust survivor, a hero amount who used to take orders from Benjamin Netanyahu. But he straight. Out of central casting. He is convinced a lot of Israel is that they would be safe in his hands. And it's not just him. Because that is side. He's got two other former chiefs of stuff, so it's three Mr. securities against Benjamin Netanyahu. Nothing yahoos. He's Mr. security is he's he's so Mr. security, and he's tall. He's and then he loses. So joining us to discuss all of this is hard copies, contributing editor for the Jerusalem Post. Thanks so much for joining the Ben Shapiro show. Thanks for having me on. So let's start with as many could sum up. How surprising were the results last night to you even following the polls, look like Netanyahu is making strong moves in late weeks to close the gap with the blue and white party. Where were you surprised by how this broke down? Yes. So I think that cripple the system is so different from the US the multi-party system, and you have to build coalitions in order to have a majority in the parliament. And you know, in the end, what matters is the possibility of building a coalition. And so looking at the polls all along it seems that the Rayleigh right wing going to have a clear majority in the vast majority of the poll that came out that way that the right thing overall. And so even if trailing a little bit behind blue and white and gone like he always had the clearest path towards a coalition. And that's what happened in the end that actually listening ugly cooed party and God's blue and white party are tied. But because the right wing of bigger there are more people who want Netanyahu to be prime minister in the parliament. So it looks like he's going to be prime minister. No, one of the things that that has been kind of funny watching this from from the United States is the because we in the United States don't have the same electoral system as they do in Israel. There is this perception that the blue and white party was sort of a long. Sanding party people seem to have forgotten about labor, the blue and white party for people who don't know the the rivals to Netanyahu here. That's a brand new coalition party formed by a couple of figures. One yet, you're LaPierre who had a different we named party in the last election cycle. And I think had something like fifteen to seventeen seats is that right? And then the other person was Benny guns who just come out of the idea and was now going to be seen as the sort of security hawk lending, some sort of gravitas and credibility to repeat. Yeah. I mean, the blue and white party is it's a block formed a three different parties. And one of them is pretty right way. Having it's like people who used to be the Likud used to work with Netanyahu and had various fogs out with him and others are sort of. I mean, the party is pretty solidly centrist for Israel. And then like Ganz is kind of like the cipher. I mean, you were saying before that he has like no sort of discernible idea that even the party's platform ended up being adopted wholesale from Lockheed old Cardi's platform, but you know, I mean, those are legitimate, political ideas. But it seems like the party has these people coming from all different directions coming together. Just because they don't want to come Yahoo to be prime minister. And that was a strong statement. I mean been prime minister for decades. Now, there's a methods rally wanna change that they were still leading in the polls all the time. They ended up tight with Likud. But. It'll be interesting to see how they survive as an actual parliamentary party will cause at that. Right. You need ideas beyond not liking someone. The media in the United States and in Europe seem to be making this a referendum on President Trump in a way suggesting that if Netanyahu one that it was sort of the Israelis signaling how much they love president from knitting who has long preexisted, President Trump, obviously, it's who's been popular in Israel for a very long time. Even when he was standing up against a president who is significantly more anti Israel in President Obama number one. What is the widespread perception of President Trump himself in Israel, a number two? How much does this reflection? Did this election reflect on President Trump? Trump is a very popular in Israel, and certainly his moving the embassy to Jerusalem was a very very popular move in Israel, and so Netanyahu definitely use a lot of footage at a lot of photographs of himself with Trump in his campaign. I don't think that you could say the campaign was an anti way a referendum Trump because I don't think that if gaps became prime minister right now, he would suddenly not have good relations with Trump the the lines between the US and Israel of, you know, a huge asset for Israel is very important for Israel. And nobody nobody was arguing that you know, we shouldn't be closer have good ties with Trump and any kind of serious way. Then some of the more extreme parties are molested, but for the most part, and so calling it a referendum on Trump is funny. I mean, I think that you know, if legitimate to say, you know, how much I'll be using foreign leaders and his campaign. That's. Debate. That people have a Cam hats, but Italy was not a referendum on Trump. It was a referendum on this on Yahoo. Really most visible have Harkat. She's the senior contributing editor to the Jerusalem Post. So for folks in the United States. There was also this this gap that he heard there from NBC news in you've been hearing from MSNBC that would have really been a radical shift in foreign policy had blue and white been able to pull out in electoral victory here. I don't really see the evidence for that. There was an article by Jim and Lincoln on the week that I thought was actually a little bit late to the ballgame suggesting that the left in Israel is largely dead. It seems to me that the left in Israel has been dead for a pretty long time. Here labor has been markedly. It was d- major party in Israel for most of Israel's early existence. Now, it's one ending want six seats in this latest election, but they've been in significant decline for a very long time Israel has been almost entirely a center or center, right country and foreign policy since essentially the pull out from Gaza ended in tears. Yeah. I mean in the last election labour had a little bit of a revival. They got twenty four seats, and they were the main competitor to leak cooed. But there is a lot of mismanagement that a lot of infighting on the party, basically imploded on very poorly now, and I think it really the end whoever has a formidable leader who can rival the tiny Yaeko becomes the leader of the left-wing bloc. And that's why it's sort of shifted in every election since sort of Netanyahu became prime minister again in two thousand nine so every time it's a different party leading. But labor is the historic leading party on the last, and they you know, let Israel for Israel's I twenty nine years. So it didn't very big deal that now they only have sixty even though it's not so surprising because yeah, the ideological lesson Israel has become very weak. And I it's not just the disengagement and pulling out of Gaza have two thousand five it's the result of it that there has constantly been rockets. Shot at Israel, by HAMAs took over Gaza. And that's people skeptical about this engagement disengaging from the west bake. You know that the same sort of thing could also happen from the West Bank. And that's hurt the sort of pet cause of the left, which is that two state solution. We'll have our senior contributing editors Jerusalem Post. The other big surprised that the election was the shutout for some of the right wing parties that were less openly religious orientated. I'm thinking, of course, if the new right party led by Neftali Bennett, and and gal Shehade who is the former Justice minister. And there's a who'd party, which is a which the weird agglomeration led by Moshe Fagin. We had him on the show a little bit earlier this week talking about legalizing pot. But also building a third temple on the Temple Mount. Those parties were shut out the big upswing was actually in favor of some of the more established religious parties. Did you find that surprising? And why did that happen? You know, I don't I don't believe that demographics are desperately, but the religious parties, it'd be other. They do have a higher birth rate them. So it never surprises me that they'll grow sort of incrementally. And there's also sort of a a level of discipline of of listening to their religious leaders, and it is real these religious leader, certainly ultra-orthodox community. They're not shy in telling people that they go out and vote and who they should vote for. So when you look at the Haredi town, the altar orthodox Panthers very high voting rates much higher than the average of the country general, and then they overwhelmingly vote for one of the two ultra-orthodox parties. But there's the modern orthodox party or when Israeli term known as I religious Zionist party called the union of right wing parties. And I think that they are we're just really successfully getting out the vote because there was this sense that a lot of the right wing parties would not get into the. They wouldn't get enough seats. And so there was a lot of rallying in that religious right-lane community mohawk. She's the senior contributing editor at the Jerusalem Post. Thanks so much for stopping by shedding some light on what is a fascinating election and will have significant ramifications for Israel's foreign policy going forward. Love harkat. Thanks so much joining the show, really appreciate it. Thank you. Well, coming up in just a second. We're going to get to the real explanation for why it is that Israel has moved in such a right wind direction overtime history has something to do with it..

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"moshe fagin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:34 min | 3 years ago

"moshe fagin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"You should be seventy seven. ABC? And welcome. This is the Ben Shapiro show. Got a lot to get to today Bernie Sanders humiliating himself in a pretty amazing way, plus Candice, Owen sakes on Democratic Congress person. But we begin this hour with the results of the Israeli election. The big news of the day is obviously Benjamin Netanyahu's victory in Israel. So with ninety six percent of all the ballots in Netanyahu retains the prime ministership. His sensually wins the same number of seeds as the so-called Kovalov on parties, blue and white party, and that party was a unity party. That was created these things happened in Israel, sometimes where a unity party is created by a couple of prominent figures just in time for the election. A while back arial Sharon had left the Likud party, which is the right wing party in Israel and had created his own party called Cadena in for a couple of election cycles demos in actual thing. And then it sort of fell apart that you big parties historically in Israel for people who don't always rarely politics early could and labor labor. Has completely fallen off the map the left in Israel has fallen apart. Completely the truth is that the blue and white party is a centre party. It is not a left party, which means that if you were to view Isreaeli politics on a spectrum of left to right while you actually see is that something like ninety out of one hundred twenty seats in the Israeli Knesset our center who sent her right because the blue and white party is not wildly divided from cooed, especially on issues like foreign policy. Now, the press or attempting to do this job where they suggested that blue and white was actually labor that blue and white bennigan's party bennigan's, the former general yet, your Lupi is a sort of moderate former television host in Israel. The idea was that this party was the new labor that they were piece Knicks, and if they had won the prime ministership, then there would certainly be productive negotiations with the Palestinian Authority and HAMAs. This is absolutely untrue. And it's not untrue because the Israelis aren't transparent negotiation it central because they literally have known to negotiate with it. I mean, there's no one for them to negotiate with who they're going to negotiate with HAMAs an actual terrorist group. That spends its days figuring out how to build terror tunnels to kidnap Israeli citizens and shooting the people that presides over KamAz is now in the twelve th the fourteenth year of a four year term in the Gaza Strip Mahmoud Abbas was last elected in two thousand five engineer and Samaria in the West Bank get that that was fourteen years ago at this point. So we're supposed to believe that that antidemocratic terrorist force is going to negotiate with Israel. So the Palestinian Authority a terrorist group is supposed to negotiate with Israel. They've refused over and over KamAz is not negotiating with Israel. And the western press is why won't Israel negotiate with these terrorists truly as a donning. There are a lot of people. I know who are on the political, right? Who are hoping that Netanyahu would lose not because they dislike Netanyahu. But because they wanted the rest of the world to see that the so-called left in Israel can't even negotiate with Palestinian terrorists, like the Palestinian Authority, Islamic Jihad and HAMAs. They wanted to give lie to the idea that it's just BB's right wing intransigence that is leading to this breakdown in a Goshi nations. It's not true it's alive. But that is the line the media have pursued. They've demonized Netanyahu as a racist and a bigot. They've demonized Netanyahu as Trump lake figure, even though Netanyahu is a historic figure in the history of Israel. I mean, he served as prime minister in the nineties. He's a special forces operator in Israel, his brother famously was killed during the raid on tabby Netanyahu is a real intellectual. I mean, he went to MIT the whole. Attempt to portray Netanyahu as addicted to Oriel figure when he is trying to free up economics has been elected multiple times. He's not longest serving prime minister in Israeli history. It's an obvious misread from a left wing press in the United States that has true animus against Israel and not just against Netanyahu. That's why again a lot of people on the right were saying, they hoped Netanyahu loses just to expose the New York Times for being anti Israel because they'd be just as anti Israel with Benny gones in power, for example. Now, the New York Times, Larry ously ran a headline last night. Because then you're at times can be counted on to get it wrong. All the time. The New York Times ran a headline last night. Suggesting that no matter how the election turned out. It was rebuked to Netanyahu, obviously, false Netanyahu in many of the exit. Polls was losing by four to five seats. When all the results came in his at the very least in a tie with about thirty five seats in Connecticut with blue and white. He may be at thirty six and balloon waited thirty five, but all the right wing parties were a form a much larger coalition than the left wing parties and the parties in Israel the parties typically aligned with the left in Israel because they're hoping that Israel make concessions to the Palestinians among other things. The New York Times reports in its now who was in position when a fourth consecutive term on Wednesday with nearly all the votes counted. They say the race was extremely tight. His main rival bennigan's also claimed victory now that is not unusual because what happens in Israel is the exit polls start to come out really quickly. Everybody claims victory and everybody can plausibly claim victory because you never know how the coalitions are going to shape up the big surprise of. Night actually wasn't Netanyahu winning. It was how many of the bigger right wing parties didn't make the cut off threshold. So there is a party called new right with noth-. Holly Bennett is a big media figure over in Israel and and shock head. Who is the former Justice minister in Israel and real rising star in Israeli politics. They did not make the cut off who'd party led by Moshe Fagin did not make the cut off that was kind of surprise. Basically, it seems that a lot of that that because Netanyahu was campaigning on the basis that the Israeli left was in danger of taking over a lot of people who had voted for right wing splinter parties instead shifted their vote to Likud giving the ten Yahoo. The lead the president Reuven Rivlin is going to choose who exactly gets to form a government the way the government works in Israel is that you form a coalition with majority in the Knesset, and the president has to decide who to hand the opportunity to to form the coalition typically, it's pretty obvious. You just sort of look at where the parties naturally, align. And then you say, okay, these right wing parties are going to form a majority of the of the Knesset and he's left wing parties. Can't form a majority. So we give it to the right way. That's what has happened here. Now. This is hilarious. The New York Times, regardless of the final result. The election appeared to be a grave scare for mister Netanyahu, who's lead Israel for executive relative security and prosperity more than a million Israeli voted for the blue and white a record for a new party placing it in a position of being the main alternative to Israel's right wing spot. Help for decades by labor party. We'll know this is more of a scare for the labor party than it is for Netanyahu who was hit with not one but two indictments in the middle of this election cycle unending hatred from the left wing press across the United States and in Israel and pulled out a victory anyway for the fifth consecutive term. That is not exactly a brutal scare for Netanyahu. The guy ended up winning sixty five of the seats in Connecticut, which incandescent is a pretty solid majority. It's a pretty solid majority. So the parties that are lining up behind it. Ten yahoo. That includes the right wing and religious parties, and he will have a majority in office that the four parties would be cool on the union of right wing parties, the ultra orthodox shos, which is really a Sephardic political. Party and largely concerned with preserving the benefits that that that some orthodox Jews receive in Israel and United Torah Judaism, which is a right wing. Israeli orthodox party, those are combined combine twenty-five seats, and then the Israel bay Tano party led by Victor Lieberman, which is projected today five seats as well. Now the way this works is that Netanyahu will then handout cabinet ministries to a bunch of his coalition partners. So it'll be it'll be interesting to see what happens from here. But the bottom line is that the the press is going to play this as though the evil Isreaeli right wing one here, and that it's just another sign that these rallies are unwilling to make concessions. You can see Chris Matthews. Do this routine? Chris Matthews, you knows less about Israeli politics. Then he knows about cooking. Good borscht. I mean, the guy really doesn't know anything about Israeli politics. You guys bed in the morning show, come on and about a country ninety thing about, you know, anything, but you know, what role on your drunk looking. I'm crazy talk about Israeli politics ago. President Trump is forged no deeper political bond with the one with Benjamin Netanyahu. I been following the Middle East like every grownup American who lives in this country. We all mental these negotiations and politics and always our president from Eisenhower from Obama w although some lean towards his remorse leaned against a little bit government. They've always played this other role as honest broker in the region. So they can bring peace and play a bigger global role than just being buddies with Israel. This president has ignored his global role ignored the role forfeited that a peacemaker or honest broker and just play political side kick of BB. Okay. Th that's an amazing statement by Matthew. So basically all the other presidents were great because they refuse to support Israel in their battle with terrorism. Whereas Trump is very bad because he's been through solid ally to the only democratic state in the Middle East. We in the United States, you can tell how Israel has the only free elections in the Middle East by the fact that we in the United States can watch as the results role in in real time. Time in BB Netanyahu could have lost this election. Can that be said anywhere else in the Middle East? Of course, not Israel, isn't liberal democracy. Israel is a free country Israel is a country where all of its citizens have rights and yet people like Matthews want to want the United States to treat Israel and the Palestinians on an even plane when the Palestinians are led by legitimately terrorist groups who have not been elected for last fourteen fifteen years, it's pretty astonishing also worth while noting you get Matthews complaining there that Trump Advani's rally election nationally, Trump didn't intervene in the Israeli election. He's obviously friendly with Netanyahu, you know, used to intervene regularly in Israeli elections that would have been Barack Obama. And there's great irony to the fact that Obama who despise Nick and yahu is out of office. He's turned out but Netanyahu maintains his office and Israel is now in stronger position today than it was when Barack Obama was in office. Barack Obama spent his term trying to hurt BB Netanyahu and trying to hurt the state of Israel. There's just no question about this. He was exorbitant anti Israel in his policies. There's a reason that right before he left him stained from UN resolution that he helped push that condemned Israel Obama would. Obama actually, deployed members of his own political coterie to Israel to stump against Netanyahu in the election before this one. So we're gonna talk about American interference in his politics. Trump is not the beginning, nor is he the end it's really an astonishing take the left. You can tell the left is very upset about this because they don't like Netanyahu period, and by the way, and as I say, it's all a lie. They wouldn't like bennigan's either. They wouldn't they wouldn't like anybody who's elected to the prime ministership of Israel, even when Israel concessions, the New York Times never thinks it is enough. Okay. We'll get to a little bit more on his rarely politics in a second. But first, there's nobody on the.

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"moshe fagin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"moshe fagin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"So Moshe Moshe Fagin. He is the he is the founder and chairman of his party. So tomorrow the media have largely ignored your party. They've downplay your party, they didn't even pull your party. Now looks like you're gonna win anywhere from four to eight seats. Prime minister Netanyahu. It looks like in the late. Polling is is basically pulled even with the balloon white party. What's your forecast for tomorrow? Yes. Bill talking about the party has a disapproved party. That's not stuck at two knows. Maybe we'll get even more than that. They realized that eager for freedom in Israel, suddenly that arise between the young generation of Israel is even stronger than people saw before. Yes, we have very very excited. Something very big is happening. And who took them all tomorrow night and see we we are a going there to give the Israel Beck Israelis back their country. We talking about free market. We talking about the devout your system in in the indication system. We talking about cutting the American aid. We don't we don't need it. We have to keep a very good relationship with the United States based based on on on the same value that that we have the Americans, but Israel position. The moral position to take money from the United States anymore. We you sit up that it'll be better for for our for our economy. It'll be better for our security. If if we'll do that. And by the way, promised to do it already of ninety six and never kept his promise. I'm sure the the Americans will save money easily will save money in both sides will be much. Much much much better much better position without that system of of American aid. So we talking about the Konami talking about security. We talking we talking about education. Yes, we fi we for once. And for all have have a good plan for Israel. Not just to spend stay on the same spot without making any changes start moving forwards. Well, Moshe Glen, he's the founder in terms of who'd party, good luck in the elections, and we will be curious in obviously watching to see how everything turns out, really. Appreciate your time today. Thank you very much of it coming up. We're going to be talking about a proposal for free medical school. I have some thoughts on this as somebody who has paid for medical school. I I know this is an awkward thing to talk about sex, especially within a marriage is one of the crucial aspects of a healthy life like any other aspect of our health. Sometimes things don't actually work the way they are supposed to that's nothing to be ashamed about it's just that a headache, which is nothing something to be ashamed. Any type of health problem? There's no reason be ashamed about it. And that's where our friends at Roman..

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"moshe fagin" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:14 min | 3 years ago

"moshe fagin" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"A lot coming up for you this hour a little bit later on in the hour. We'll be joined by Moshe Fagin. He's the founder and chairman of who'd party, the Israeli election is tomorrow who party is going to be a key component of that election. It's it's a kind of smaller party. They're expected to win anywhere from four to six seats, which could be swing party in the election because they always have to form coalitions in order to create a government in the Israeli Knesset. He's a libertarian as a libertarian party in Israel. So we'll talk with him a little bit later on also next hour. We'll be joined by Mark Krikorian. He's the executive director of the center for immigration studies on to get his take on the exit of Christian Nielsen, the former secretary of homeland security, but breaking news at this hour. President Trump apparently is settling all old family business. According to ABC news, he forced out these secret service director today, according to ABC news secret service director Randolph ELS is leaving his position at the director at the direction of President Donald Trump. According to two administration officials familiar with the decision US secret service director Randolph textiles and a great job. At the agency over the last two years and the president's is thankful for his over forty years of service to this country said white White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, Mr Elles will be leaving shortly. President Trump has selected James Murray a career member of the secret service to take over as director beginning in may was unclear what prompted the firing the news comes less than twenty four hours after Trump forced out Christian. Nielsen the homeland security secretary secret service director reports directly to the homeland security secretary. So good theory would be that he is getting rid of everyone who is possibly allied with Christian Nielsen apparently in the weird misimpression the Christian Nielsen was deliberately trying to avoid his orders or his orders, which is strange because again, he's the president of the United States. He can replace her anytime he wants a law enforcement official tells ABC news Alice was told a couple of weeks ago, it'd be let go as part of a broader house cleaning at homeland security. Apparently the decision had nothing to do with last weekend's alleged intrusion at mar-a-lago. Oh, which occurred a full week after else had been told that change was imminence that situation involved a Chinese citizen who apparently went into mar-a-lago with a with a thumb drive loaded with viruses and some of the secret service that apparently took the thumb drive loaded into his computer and watched as thumb drive proceeded to try and infect the computer so smart stuff going on over at secret service to other top officials US citizenship and immigration services, director Francis system, an office of the general counsel's John Mitnick are also expected to depart soon, according to one official raising the prospect of a much broader house cleaning among homeland security leadership ranks by the end of the week more than half, the parliament's agency heads could be gone with physicians vacant or with acting personnel. Wants senior administration told ABC news. So obviously major turnover over at the department of homeland security and all. Associated offices. So that is certainly something for us to keep our I on. Although I wonder how much it's actually going to impact policy. Meanwhile, the Trump administration made a very good move today. President from designated Iran's revolutionary guard a foreign terrorist group. Now, you you'll recall that the Obama administration kept trying to make overtures to the Iranian government up to and including sending over a billion dollars in cash to the Iranian government on pallets like literally giant pallets of cash that John Kerry, then the secretary of state openly admitted was funneled to terrorist groups, so Trump has taken a very different angle on the Iranian government. Now, he's labeling the revolutionary guard a foreign terrorist organization, which is fully appropriate. Given the fact that Iranian forces have killed a bevy of American troops in places like rock, according to the New York Times, President Trump said on Monday, he was designating a powerful arm of the Iranian military as a foreign terrorist organization. The first time United States had named a part of another nation's government as such a threat raising the risk of retaliation against American troops that intelligence. Officers although why that would raise the threat is beyond me. Obviously, the already create a massive threat to American troops the move which has been debated at the highest levels within the administration was imposed on the Islamic revolutionary guard corps. The military unit has carried out perations across the Middle East trained Arab shape. Militias and taking part in a wide range of businesses in Iran. The designation underscores the fact that Iran's actions are fundamentally different from those of other governments Trump said in a statement this actual significantly expand the scope and scale of our maximum pressure on the Iranian regime makes crystal clear the risks of conducting business with or providing support to the IRA. Now, another countervailing position is that we should simply suggest that the is. In fact, a part of the Iranian government as an engaged in has been engaged in acts of war, but I guess by labeling it a foreign terrorist organization. You can use the anti-terror laws to crack down on people who are doing business with the. The action takes effect on April fifteenth, it imposes wide ranging economic and travel sanctions on the military unit as well as organizations companies are individuals that have ties to it including officials in Iraq in American ally. Some American officials said that the broad terrorist. Designating potentially covers eleven million members of the Iranian group, and affiliated organizations including large bossy. Volunteer military mil militia rather in a statement on Monday, the State Department signal singled out the coulds force in elite unit of the revolutionary guard led by Cosima supplementing as an especially nefarious element top Pentagon officials opposed the designation. They argue that will allow hardline running officials to justify deadly operations against Americans overseas, especially special operations units imperative paramilitary units working under the CIA. Although it is deeply unclear why exactly it doesn't nation would change their strategy. Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo and John Bolton the national security adviser both pushed for it. The fighting among senior administration officials intensified after the New York Times reported that this was being considered after Trump made this announcement Iran's supreme national Security Council said it was designating the US central command the part of the military that overseas operations in the Middle East as a terrorist organization, which again, who cares. These people are happy to kill Americans wherever they can find them at the height of the Iraq war, Iranian military officials in partners helped train Iraqi Shiite militias to fight American troops, many American troops died as a result of all of this senior. Iraqi officials are opposed to the new designation because it imposes travel and economic sanctions on lawmakers. Initiate led government who have ties to Iran. This is an attempt to isolate Iranian government, of course, after Trump's morning announcement prime minister Netanyahu of Israel from where he said once more you're keeping the world safe from Romanian aggression and terrorism. This being by the left is some sort of concession to Israel. When in fact, it really is just a better way of fighting Ronnie and influence, which by the way, it's not just read an Israel in the region in the main and actually threatened Saudi Arabia, another American ally in the region. I know that a lot of folks who are upset about our relationship with Saudi Arabia to which I answer. Okay. So what we're supposed to let Iran run roughshod through the region around has been responsible for more global terrorism than Saudi Arabia, and it's not particularly close. President from obviously is the most pro Israel president in American history. Does not close at this point he recognized Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights. He moved the Israeli embassy to Jerusalem his supported Israel's right to defend itself at every possible turn over the weekend. President Trump spoke at the Republican Jewish coalition, and he correctly pointed out that the at the United Nations no longer will the United States tolerate anti-americanism anti-semitism at the United Nations. We no longer tolerate any.

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"moshe fagin" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

14:14 min | 3 years ago

"moshe fagin" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Radio eleven ninety K E X. Shelley before we dive into the calls. We were talking about how Jim Barfield you said is convinced that the ark of the covenant lies beneath the ruins of Coomer on. And I wanted you to finish up on that point before we start taking some calls. Right. So there's actually a mound just north west of coupon. Very close to it. But technically outside of their ruined Jim Barfield. I had said that you know, that he wasn't able to get permission to do. Electric survey of combined with the Lawrence metal detector, but actually has done one at three of the sixty sites. It was a member of Knesset Israel's Knesset which is their parliamentary body. They mostly fake Lynn hurry. If they've very gutsy guy has been arrested many times for for visiting the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. And he's just a politician that that seems to tonight ten about about playing too close to the of. And so he threw a series, of course of events, and and and meet stem Barfield, and here's about his research and volunteers to use his Knesset, immunity and do a scan with the Lorenzo detector of several sites that Koran with or without permission from the Arctic antiquities Atari, and that's what he does. And so we actually have positive proof that there's something large something nonferrous and and deep underground both in Koran and the site the Jim Bartels research, specifically points to right outside of. Homerun? So he thinks that's the ark. But isn't doesn't the the mercy seat on the ark? Isn't it covered in gold? Yes. And it's a case, that's all gilded. So the nice part is that just like in Egypt and just like with the Dead Sea scrolls is the desert if in case, you would was very deeply somewhere in the Judean desert. It would come out looking pretty much the same as it went in and gold as well. You know, doesn't tarnish and survive the test of time pretty well. So both of those would be detectable. And also look pretty good pretty well preserved my word. We don't know exactly. What would be there? But we just know that we got a positive scan for something that's related to the copper scroll or something that's large nonferrous and buried deep which I can't imagine anything other than copper is called treasurer for that. If it is the ark of the covenant there. I mean that that that would be the greatest archea. Logical discovery of all time. Listen, I mean, people speculated about the covenant state. But one thing that I'll tell you about Jewish history is that there's a day on the calendar. Every year they Jews mourn, the loss of the first temple the second temple. And then they memorialize it. There is no such day for the covenant. And the ark of the covenant is what gave the temple. It's you know, the imparted. It's holiness. In part of the sanctity. It was in the holiest. So really just the narrative about what happened to it. It is a racist. And it's gone. But it's not the Jewish tradition. Does not say that the covenant to watch, you know, even with Temple Mount movements that has recreated lots of items for the third temple. They don't recreate the arc. The arc is meant to be found. You can't you can't make an arc replica for any future temple. It has to be the original right and the third temple cannot be built without the arc. Now. The ark. According to legend, awesome, destructive power. The only people that can approach the arc would be the leave I'ts. Exactly. So Jim Barfield. You know, being a religious man has is being been very serious. He takes this very serious. And so part of his meetings with the San he drain and with the religious and institutional bodies in Israel. It's to say should this event. Take place should we be able to unseal this potential cave outside of Croom run or any of these items be on earth income run. We need priests there in Israel. You know, there's there's a list. They know who they are several of the Temple Mount movement study how to handle these objects and prepared should that day. Come and so he had one meeting with a leader of one of the Temple Mount. Movement people and Gershom Solomon is his name. And and he asked them should this happen. You know, Coronas not so far from Jerusalem should this happen. How quickly could you get priest here and gross and said, you know, give me an hour. Is that the code on speed dial? Wow. Let's say hi to Laura on Louis a wildcard line. She's an upstate New York, Laura. Good morning. Welcome to coast to coast. Yeah. Thank you, Richard. And thank you Shelly. For such an interesting conversation this evening where this morning, I just have a two things the first is I'm really sorry. George Noory has had on a lot of people over time that discuss yorker, the covenant and there's been so much information about it. So can I ask you, please explain what it is what it significant is. And if it's found what it would look like, and then the other thing, I just wanted to mention it. It sounds like you've founded ready. But in case you need to do other similar type of skin, TED talks. It was a woman that came on and did a tedtalk and actually won the Ted prize every year, they give them a price. I think it's like a million dollars or something. And it was like either last year the year before where she was huge. Using satellites to unearth archaeological finds and she found a whole city with the satellite, and they gave for the woods. So you can check the Ted awards last two or three years and see who this woman is in case, you need more information about doing these scans with satellite. And then the last thing is I've had a lot of interactions with Dow's IRS, and I found that actually they're pretty accurate with regard to finding lost objects. So someone in the scenario might wanna hire a douse or along with all the other things. But if you could just say a few words about the author of the covenant what it is. And what it would look like I'd greatly. Appreciate that. And thank you again for very informative evening. Thank you, Laura. Great call. All right. So for those not familiar with the the ark of the covenant. Tell us about it. So the covenant is most exceptional because we're talking about duty. Then this is an iconic religion. It doesn't have material goods or objects of worship, you know. It's totally forbidden. And so the ark of the covenant is really unique in that way, especially within its place in Judaism. But it's it's a material connection to an immaterial God. So the arc is God's throne. And it's still a and got according to tradition are also had its own kind of inexplicable powers. It was made for McKay. She would gilded in gold topped with two wing Jared's. That angel's wings stretched out over the ark. Pure gold cover the mercy seat, and a lot of people feel that even more important than the ark it self and the construction of the ark it self is that 'cause it's actually rather small ark. According to the bible, I mean, there's a little bit of discrepancy here. But it was about four feet long and two and a half feet deep. It's pretty small. Mall. But inside of it was placed the Moses the tablets of stone with the ten commandments. And so you can see that, you know, two ways in terms of what what's more important or the ark it self or what it contains? No. Like, I said that the copper scroll doesn't ever statistically reference? The ark of the covenant, according to some translations, it does reference gleaming chamber and one part of the copper scroll. It may be the earliest reference to ship FINA, which is that the spirit of God. It's really we don't have any other older references to that specific word. And usually once you've seen is referenced it it's talking about the spirit of God. And in reference to the Arkansas covenant, I love what the caller pointed out. And and I am familiar with the winner of that of the Ted award and amazing things are happening in our galaxy right now and one thing that has told me, you know, we had suffered from for years in terms of applying for this permit to do the scan and really not understanding why wasn't able to get it. I mean, he he wasn't applying for himself to do this. And he was working with established. Archaeologist who were awful. Also baffled. But one of them told me, look, we're sitting here applying for this permit when and going through the old process and the procedure that exists now to do these things but truth be told. Stands can be done from the sky. Now, you know, how how how are any antiquities authority is going to be able to control the future in terms of that scans can be done from satellites and from other pieces of technology. So that really is will just be the next chapter and archaeology we're still playing by the old rules and the and trying to apply for these things and going through that process, but but really we can do scans through satellites now. And so that's that's the future of this. What what about Dow's? Let's go back to some old technology Dow's so Jim Barfield hasn't participated in that. But then they'll Jones did I don't know if he had much luck with it Mendel Jones. Well, he he didn't because he's passed away. And he looked for thirty years. But that was actually the next place. Hugh was going. There was a person professor actually out of Missouri. Who was a doubt? He he contacted Jim Barfield and so just to test that Jim Barfield did he had bars of silver because he he used he tested his own. Our worst fear once. In the member of Knesset had volunteered to do a scan on his own at Kumaon was to get a false positive. You know, a false positive is more dangerous than a false negative in that way. And so he buried bars of silver, and and tested the metal detector that way. But he also did it once with basically, it was it was a it was a doubter and buried them in a park, and and Missouri, and and it didn't work then it didn't work and in that case and in that context and it didn't work for downs either. Let's go east of the Rockies is it Helena in New Jersey. Helena did morning. Yes. I want. Thank you for taking my call. And Michelle I wanna thank you very much. Most interesting presentation, I myself have a doctorate biblical studies. And I studied the Dead Sea scrolls for almost a year under. Barron shiffman. I don't know if you know him, of course, he's alleged. Yes. I must tell you every whenever I come to Israel. I come to three times a year. And I'm really mentioned his name. They can't do enough for me at the at the museum. And I also want to thank you very much for mentioning to gentlemen, that I know very, well, namely Moshe Fagin, and I work for his I do volunteer work for his party. And but I think you should clarify that he was arrested for just going up to the Temple Mount. Right. Can you clarify that for us because I I would love to hear from you. Well, first of all, I have certain prohibitions. And unfortunately as much as I personally would like to go to the Temple Mount, this is one of the reasons I don't go because the restrictions you have to walk a certain along a certain path, you're constantly watched. Especially if you're the Jewish face now, I have I know I go to Israel with groups that when they go up there, they're passports are compensated, and they're watched like hawks. And when they returned they're giving their passports. Let's say you're not allowed to enter to either prayers. Obviously, Mr. Fagan. Off the path. And when I say off the path of obviously, he did attempt to pray up there and one time I believe it was two years ago. He actually went into the mosque. And I hate to say this. But he actually started a little demonstration within the mosque with various members of his party. And in fact, at the time, he was banned from ascending the Temple Mount at all. But being as you said, he's in the Knesset. He managed to overturn the ban Halina..

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"moshe fagin" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

09:18 min | 3 years ago

"moshe fagin" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Wing charities. That angel's wings, stretched out over the ARC's pure gold cover the mercy seat, and a lot of people feel that even more important than the ark it self and the construction of. The ark. It self is that 'cause it's actually rather small ark. According to the bible, I mean, there's a little bit of discrepancy here. But it was about four feet long and two and a half deep. It's pretty small, but inside of it was placed the Moses the tablets of stone with the ten commandments. And so you can see that, you know, two ways in terms of what what's more important here. The ark it self or what it contains. No. You know, like I said that the copper scroll doesn't ever physically reference? The ark of the covenant. According to some translations, it does reference gleaming chamber and one part of the copper scroll. It may be the earliest reference to ship FINA, which is that the spirit of God. It's really we don't have any other older references to that specific word. And usually when seen as reference it's talking about the spirit of God. And in reference to the Arkansas covenant love what the caller pointed out. And and I am familiar with the winner of that of the Ted award and amazing things are happening in archaeology right now and one thing that. And challenges told me we had suffered from for years in terms of applying for this permit to the scan and really not understanding why Barfield wasn't able to get it. I mean, he he wasn't applying for himself to do the scan. He was working with established archaeologists to were also baffled. But one of them told me, look, we're sitting here applying for this permit when and going through the old process and the procedure that exists now to do these things but truth be told. Stands can be done from the sky. Now, you know, how how how are any equities authority is going to be able to control the future in terms of that scans can be done from satellites in from other pieces of technology. So so that really is will just be the next chapter and archaeology we're still playing by the old rules and the and trying to apply for these things and going through that process, but but really we can do scans through satellites now. And so that's that's the future of this. What about Dow's? Let's go back to some old technology does. So Jim hasn't participated in that. But then they'll Jones dead. I don't know if he had much luck with it. And then they'll Jones. Well, he he didn't because he's passed away. He looked for thirty years. But that was actually the next place. He was going. There was a person professor actually out of Missouri. Who was a doubt? He he contacted Jim Barfield and so just to test that Jim Barfield dead. He had bars of silver because he he used he tested his own. Our worst fear once in member of Knesset had volunteered to do a scan on his own at Combe Ron was to get a false positive. You know, a false positive is more dangerous than a false negative in that way. And so he buried bars of silver, and and tested the metal detector that way. But he also did it once with basically, it was it was a it was a dancer and buried them in a park, and and Missouri, and it didn't work, then it didn't work and. In that case. And in that context, and it didn't work for downs either. Let's go east of the Rockies is it Helena in New Jersey. Helena did morning. Yes. First of all I want to thank you for taking my call. And Michelle I wanna thank you very much. For most interesting presentation, I myself have a doctorate biblical studies. And I studied the Dead Sea scrolls for almost a year under Laron Shiffman. I don't know if you know him, of course, he's alleged. Yes. I must tell you every whenever I come to Israel. I come to three times a year. And I'm really mentioned his name. They can't do enough for me at the at the museum. And I also want to thank you very much for mentioning two gentlemen that I know very, well, namely Moshe Fagin, and I work for his I do volunteer work for his party. And but I think you should clarify that he wasn't arrested for just going up to the Temple Mount. Right. Can you clarify that for us? Because I I would love to hear from you first of all I have certain prohibitions. And unfortunately as much as I personally would like to go to the Temple Mount, this is one of the reasons I don't go because restrictions you have to walk a certain along a certain path, you're constantly watched. Especially if you're the Jewish faith now, I have I know I go to Israel with groups that when they go up there their passports a cop. Skated and they're watched like hawks. And when they returned they're giving their passports. You're not allowed to enter to either prayers. Obviously, Mr. Fagan. Off the path. And when I say off the path of obviously, he did attempt to pray up there and one time I believe it was two years ago. He actually went into the mosque. And I hate to say this. But he actually started a little demonstration within the mosque with various members of his party. And in fact, at the time, he was banned from ascending the Temple Mount at all. But being as you said he's in the Knesset he managed to overturn the ban Halloween. We just have a couple of minutes before the break. Here was did you have any comments on on Coomer on as a possible location for the treasury? An area. See I don't think it is. And why not I know? I personally go with various groups to come run whenever I visit Israel. Delays right by there is technically a checkpoint. But you probably blaze right by right? I mean, it's not this isn't an area that any sort of right-thinking person believes that Israel would ever give up especially because of Koran but for the most part, it's uninhabited area. It's not it's it's not important, but there is a complex there. But. Yes. It's it's spiritually valuable, and it's to Israel. And I don't think that Israel, whatever give it up and go she ation, but. West bank. It's separately not areas sake. Okay. Yeah. Okay. Under the under the antiquities laws. They refer to it as it's under the ADC, which is the archaeological department under anything that's considered in Judea and Samaria. Is under there. It's already in Kumaon is under there. It's already it's not under the Israel antiquities at thirty every since sixty seven alright Halina, thank you for the call. Interesting. Interesting perspective there from Halina. If I mean, what is standing in the way now for them to at least start doing some some careful probing or or or trenching in in in Kumaon. Right. So in twenty twelve crewmen was declared, a they use actually Jewish sort of biblical terminology for this thing that the land would be experiences Schmidt that so it would every seven years in the bible or that the land is supposed to to rest, and so they actually declared that for home run. That in itself would rest that no archeological Bill. Excavations would be allowed at Koran and for the most part there's been some excavations in the cemeteries around coumarin. But for the most part they've held to that every since then so I thought at the time everyone thought just last for a year, but it's actually lasted until now and Chamisa should be over the sheer then. Yes. But.

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"moshe fagin" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"moshe fagin" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Wings Jared's. That angel's wings stretched out over the ark. Pure gold cover the mercy seat and a lot of people feel that even more important than the ark. It self in the construction of the ark it self is that 'cause it's actually rather small ark. According to the bible, I mean, there's a little bit of discrepancy here. But it was about four feet long and two and a half feet deep. It's pretty small, but inside of it was placed the Moses the tablets of stone with the ten commandments. And so you can see that, you know, two ways in terms of what what's more important or the ark it self or or what it contains? Now, you know, like I said that the copper scroll does it ever physically reference? The ark of the covenant, according to some translations, it does reference gleaming chamber and one part of the copper scroll. It may be the earliest reference to ship FINA, which is that the spirit of God. It's really we don't have any other older references to that specific word. And usually once you've seen as reference it's talking about the spirit of God. And in reference to the ark of the covenant. I love what the caller pointed out. And I am familiar with the winner of that of the Ted work and amazing things are happening in archaeology right now. And one thing that an Israeli archaeologist told me, you know, we had suffered from for years in terms of applying for this permit to do the scan and really not understanding why Jim Barfield wasn't able to get it. I mean, he he wasn't applying for himself to do this. And he was working with established archaeologists to were also baffled. But one of them told me, look, we're sitting here applying for this permit when and going through the old process and the procedure that exists now to do these things but truth be told the ends can be done from the sky. Now, you know, how how how are any antiquities at thirty is going to be able to control the future in terms of that scans can be done from satellites and from other pieces of technology. So that really is will just be the next chapter in archaeology. We're still playing by the old rules and the and trying to apply for these things and going through that process, but but really we can do scans through satellites now. So that's that's the future of this. What about let's go back to some old technology. So Jim Barfield hasn't participated in that. But then dole Jones did I don't know if he had much luck with it. Mendel jones. Well, he he didn't because he's passed away. And he looked for thirty years. But that was actually the next place. Hugh was going. There was a person professor actually out of Missouri. Who was a said he he contacted Jim Barfield and so just to test that Jim Barfield dead. He had bars of silver because he he used he tested his own. Our worst fear once Moshe member of Knesset had volunteered to do a scan on his own at Combe Ron was to get a false positive. You know, a false positive is more dangerous than a false negative in that way. And so he buried bars of silver, and and tested the metal detector that way. But he also did it once with basically it was it was a it was a doubter and and buried them park. And and and and it didn't work, then it didn't work, and and and. In that case in that context. And it didn't work for mental towns either. Let's go east of the Rockies is Helena in New Jersey. Helena did morning. Yes. First of all I want to thank you for taking my call. And Michelle I wanna thank you very much. For most interesting presentation, I myself have a doctorate biblical studies. And I studied the Dead Sea scrolls for almost a year under Barron Shiffman. I don't know if you know him, of course, he's a legend. Yes. I must tell you every whenever I come to Israel. I come two or three times a year. And I'm really mentioned his name. They can't do enough for me at the at the museum. And I also want to thank you very much for mentioning to gentlemen, that I know very, well, namely Moshe Fagin, and I work for his I do volunteer work for his party..

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"moshe fagin" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

09:16 min | 3 years ago

"moshe fagin" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Two wings Jared's. That angel's wings stretched out over the ark. Pure gold cover the mercy seat, and a lot of people feel that even more important than the ark it self and the construction of. The self is that 'cause it's actually rather small ark. According to the bible, I mean, there's a little bit of discrepancy here. But it was about four feet long two and a half feet deep. It's pretty small, but inside of it was placed the Moses the tablets of stone with the ten commandments. And so you can see that, you know, two ways in terms of what? What's more important here? The ark it self or what it contains. Now, you know, like I said that the copper scroll doesn't ever specifically reference? The ark of the covenant, according to some translations, it does reference gleaming chamber and one part of the copper scroll. It may be the earliest reference to shipping, which is that the spirit of God. It's really we don't have any other older references to that specific word. And usually when she was seen as reference it's talking about the spirit of God. And in reference to the ark of the covenant. I love what the caller pointed out. And I am familiar with the winner of that Ted award and amazing things are happening in archaeology right now and one thing that. And Israeli archaeologists told me, you know, we had suffered from for years in terms of applying for this permit to the scan and really not understanding why Barfield wasn't able to get it. I mean, he he wasn't applying for himself to do this. And he was working with established archaeologists to were also baffled. But one of them told me, look, we're sitting here applying for this permit when and going through the old process and the procedure that exists now to do these things but truth be told. Stands can be done from the sky. Now, you know, how how how're any antiquities at thirty is going to be able to control the future in terms of that scans can be done from satellites and from other pieces of technology. So that really is will just be the next chapter in archaeology. We're still playing by the old rules and the and trying to apply for these things and going through that process, but but really we can do scans through satellites now. And so that's that's the future of this. What about douses? Let's go back to some old technology Dow's so Jim Barksdale hasn't participated in that. But then they'll Jones did I don't know if he had much luck with it. And then they'll Jones. Well, he he didn't because he's passed away. And he looked for thirty years. But that was actually the next place. Hugh was going. There was a person professor actually out of Missouri. Who was a doubt? He he contacted Jim Barfield and so just to test that dim Barfield did he had bars of silver because he used he tested his own. Our worst fear once at most in the member of Knesset had volunteered to do a scan on his own at comb Ron was to get a false positive. You know, a false positive is more dangerous than a false negative in that way. And so he buried bars of silver and untested the Loretta metal detector that way. But he also did it once with. Basically, it was it was a it was a Dallas, and and buried them in a park, and and Missourian, and it didn't work then it didn't work and in that case in that context. And it didn't work for downs either. Let's go east of the Rockies is it Helena in New Jersey. Helena did morning. Yes. First of all, I want to thank you for taking my call, and Michelle I wanna thank you very much. For most interesting presentation, I myself have a doctorate biblical studies. And I studied the Dead Sea scrolls for almost a year under Barron Shiffman. I don't know if you know him, of course, he's alleged. Yes. I must tell you every whenever I come to Israel. I come to three times a year. And I'm really mentioned his name. They can't do enough for me at the at the museum. And I also want to thank you very much for mentioning two gentlemen than I know very, well, namely Moshe Fagin, and I work for his I do volunteer work for his party. And but I think you should clarify that he was arrested for just going up to the Temple Mount. Right. Can you clarify that for us? Because I I I would love to hear from you. I mean, first of all they have certain prohibitions. And unfortunately as much as I personally would like to go to the Temple Mount, this is one of the reasons I don't go because the restrictions you have to walk a certain along a certain path, you constantly watched. Especially if he goes, the Jewish faith now, I have I know I go to Israel with groups that when they go up there. They're passports are. Confiscated and their watched by hawks. And when they return they're giving their passports. Let's say you're not allowed to enter to either prayers. Obviously, Mr. Fagan. Well off the path. And when I say off the path of obviously, he did attempt to pray up there and one time I believe was two years ago. He actually went into the mosque. And I hate to say this. But he actually started a little demonstration within the mosque with various members of his party. And in fact, at the time, he was banned from ascending the Temple Mount at all. But being as you said, he's in the Knesset. He managed to overturn the ban. Hellene would just have a couple of minutes before the break here. Do you have any comments on on Coomer on as a possible location for the treasury area? See I don't think it is. And why not I know? I personally go with various groups to come Ron whenever I visit Israel. And you probably delays right by there is technically a checkpoint. But you probably blaze right by it. Right. I mean, it's not this isn't an area that any sort of right thinking person believes that Israel would ever give up especially the cousin Koran. But for the most part, it's uninhabited area. It's not it's it's not important, but there's a couple of weeks there. But it's it's spiritually valuable, and it's to Israel. And I don't think that Israel, whatever give it up and go she ation, but. But it is not an area West Bank, it seventy not areas sake. Okay. Yeah. Okay. Under the under the antiquities laws. They refer to it as it's under the ADA, which is the archaeological department under anything that's considered in Judea and Samaria. Is under there. It's already in Kumaon is under there. It's already it's not under the Israel antiquities at thirty every since sixty seven all right Alina. Thank you for the call interesting. Interesting perspective there from Halina. If I mean, what is standing in the way now for them to at least start doing some some careful probing or or or or trenching in in in Kumaon. Right. So in twenty twelve Kumaon was declared, a they use actually Jewish sort of biblical terminology for this thing that the land would be extreme fish meat that so it would every seven years in the bible or the land is supposed to to rest, and so they actually declared that for run that the ruin itself would rest that no archeological. Excavations would be allowed at Koran and for the most part there's been some excavations in the cemeteries around comb run. But for the most part they've held to that every since then so it's supposed to I thought at the time everyone thought just last for a year, but it's actually lasted until now and Chamisa should be over the sheer then..

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"moshe fagin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:28 min | 3 years ago

"moshe fagin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"This game. He was working with established archaeologists to were also baffled. But one of them told me, look, we're sitting here applying for this permit when and going through the old process and the procedure that exists now to do these things but truth be told stands can be done from the sky. Now, you know, how how how or any antiquities at thirty is going to be able to control the future in terms of that scans can be done from satellites and from other pieces of technology. So that really is will just be the next chapter in archaeology. We're still playing by the old rules and the and trying to apply for these things and going through that process, but but really we can do scans through satellites now. And so that's that's the future of the what about Dow's. Let's go back to some old technology dozer. So hasn't participated in that, but then dole Jones did I don't know if he had much luck with it. Mendel jones. Well, he didn't because he's passed away. And he looked for thirty years. But that was actually the next place. He was going. There was a person professor actually out of Missouri. Who was Adel third. He he contacted Jim Barfield and so just to test it, Jim Barfield dead. He had bars of silver because he he used he tested his own. Our worst fear once at much the member of Knesset had volunteered to do a scan on his own at Combe Ron was to get a false positive. You know, a false positive is more dangerous than a false negatives in that way. And so he buried bars of silver, and and tested the metal detector that way. But he also did it once with basically it was it was a it was a doubter. And and buried them in park, and and Missourian, and it didn't work then it didn't work, and and and that. That case in that context, and it didn't work either. Let's go east of the Rockies is it. Helena in New Jersey, Helena, good morning. Yes. Thank you for taking my call. And Michelle I wanna thank you very much. For most interesting presentation, I myself have a doctorate biblical studies. And I studied the Dead Sea scrolls for almost a year under Barron Shiffman. I don't know if you know him, of course, he's alleged. Yes. I must tell you every whenever I come to Israel. I come to three times a year. And I'm really mentioned his name. They can't do enough for me at the at the museum. And I also want to thank you very much for mentioning a two gentlemen that I know very, well, namely, Moshe Fagin, and I work for his idea. Volunteer work for his party. And but I think you should clarify that he was arrested for just going up to the Temple Mount. Right. Can you clarify that for us because I I would love to hear from you first of all I have certain prohibitions and unfortunately as much as I personally would like to go to Tim amount. This is one of the reasons I don't go because the restrictions you have to walk a certain along a certain path. You're constantly watched. Especially if you're the Jewish faith now, I have I know I go to Israel with groups that when they go up there. They're passports are confiscated and their watched like hawks. And when they returned they're giving their passports. Let's say you're not allowed to enter to either prayers. Obviously, Mr. Fagan. Went off the path. And when I say off the path of obviously, he did attempt to pray up there and one time I believe was two years ago. He actually went into the mosque. I hate to say this. But he actually started a little demonstration within the mosque with various members of his party. And in fact, at the time, he was banned from ascending the Temple Mount at all. But being as you said, he's in the Knesset he managed to overturn the ban Halina. We just have a couple of minutes before the break here. Did you have any comments on on Coomer on as a possible location for the treasury area? See I don't think it is. And why not? I know I personally go with various groups to come run whenever I Israel. And you as right by there is technically a checkpoint. But you probably blaze right by it. Right. I mean, it's not this isn't an area that any sort of right thinking person believes that Israel would ever give up especially because of Koran but for the most part, it's uninhabited area. It's not it's it's not important, but there's a complex there. But. Yes. It's it's spiritually valuable, and it's to Israel. And I don't think that Israel, whatever give it up and go see eight cents, but. Not areas West Bank. It's not areas sake. Why do you okay? Yeah. Okay. Under the under the antiquities laws. They refer to it as it's under the ADC, which is the archaeological department under anything that's considered in Judea and Samaria. Is under there. It's already in Ron is under there already. It's not under the Israel antiquities at thirty every since sixty seven are it Halina. Thank you for the call. Interesting. Interesting perspective there from Halina. If what? Standing in the way now for them to at least start doing some some careful probing or or or or trenching in in in Kumaon. Right. So in twenty twelve crewmen was declared a they use actually Jewish sort of biblical terminology for this thing that the land would be experiences. Schmidt. So it would every seven years in the bible or e the land is supposed to to rest, and so they actually declared that for home run that itself would rest. No archaeological. Bill excavations would be allowed at Koran and for the most part there's been some excavations in the cemetery's around chrome run. But for the most part they've held to that every since then so I thought at the time.

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04:59 min | 3 years ago

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"Charities. That angel's wings, stretched out over the ARC's pure gold cover the mercy seat, and a lot of people feel that even more important than the ark it self and the construction of the ark it self is that 'cause it's actually rather small ark. According to the bible, I mean, there's a little bit of discrepancy here. But it was about four feet long and two and a half feet. It's pretty small. But inside of it was placed the Moses the tablets of stone with the ten commandments. And so you can see that, you know, two ways in terms of what what's more important than the ark it self or or what it contains? No, you know, like I said that the covers goal doesn't ever since typically reference. The ark of the covenant, according to some translations, it does reference gleaming chamber and one part of the copper scroll. It may be the earliest reference to shift Pena, which is that the spirit of God. It's really we don't have any other older references to that specific word. And usually when CENA's reference it's talking about the spirit of God. And in reference to the Arkansas covenant, I love what the caller pointed out. And and I am familiar with the winner of that as Ted award and amazing things are happening in our galaxy right now and one thing that and. And his geologists told me, you know, we had suffered from for years in terms of applying for this permit to do the scan and really not understanding why wasn't able to get it. I mean, he he wasn't applying for himself to do this scan. He was working with established archaeologists to were also baffled. But one of them told me, look, we're sitting here applying for this permit when and going through the old process and the procedure that exists now to do these things but truth be told stands can be done from the sky. Now, you know, how how how are any antiquities authority is going to be able to control the future in terms of that scans can be done some satellites and from other pieces of technology. So so that really is will just be the next chapter and archaeology we're still playing by the old rules and the and trying to apply for these things and going through that process, but but really we can do scans through satellites now. And so that's that's the future of this. What about douses? Let's go back to some old technology does. So Jim hasn't participated in that. But Bendel Jones did I don't know if he had much luck with it. Mendel jones. Well, he he didn't because he's passed away. He looked for thirty years. But that was actually the next place. He was going. There was a person professor actually out of Missouri. Who was Adel said he he contacted Jim Barfield and so just to test that Jim Barfield dead. He had bars of silver because he he used he tested his own. Our worst fear once more. The member of Knesset had volunteered to do a scan on his own at Combe Ron was to get a false positive. You know, a false positive is more dangerous than a false negative in that way. And so he buried bars of silver, and and tested the metal detector that way. But he also did it once with basically, it was it was a it was a doubt and buried them in a park, and and Missourian, and it didn't work then it didn't work and in that case, and in that context, and it didn't work for towns either. Let's go east of the Rockies is it Helena in New Jersey. Helena did morning. Yes. First of all I want to thank you for taking my call. And Michelle we wanna thank you very much. For most interesting presentation, I myself have a doctorate biblical studies. And I studied the Dead Sea scrolls for almost a year under Barron. Shiffman. I don't know if you know him, of course, he's alleged. Yes. I must tell you every whenever I come to Israel. I come to three times a year. And I'm really mentioned his name. They can't do enough for me at the at the museum. And I also want to thank you very much for mentioning two gentlemen than I know very, well, namely Moshe Fagin, and I work for his I do volunteer work for his party. And but I think you should clarify that he wasn't arrested for just going up to the Temple Mount. Right. Can you clarify that for us because I I would love to hear from you..

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09:12 min | 3 years ago

"moshe fagin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Angel's wings, stretched out over the ark. Pure gold cover the mercy seat, and a lot of people feel that even more important than the it sells in the construction of the ark. It self is that 'cause it's actually rather small ark. According to the bible, I mean, there's a little bit of discrepancy here. But it was about four feet long and two and a half feet deep. It's pretty. Small but inside of it was placed the most is the tablets of stone with the ten commandments. And so you can see that you know, to ways in terms of what what's more important or the ark it self or what it contains? Now, you know, like I said that the copper scroll does it ever specifically reference. The ark of the covenant, according to some translations, it does reference gleaming chamber and one part of the copper scroll. It may be earliest reference to FINA, which is that the spirit of God. It's really we don't have any other older references to that specific word. And usually when seen as reference it's talking about the spirit of God. And in reference to the ark of the covenant. I love what the caller pointed out. And I am familiar with the winner of that of the Ted award and amazing things are happening archaeology right now. And one thing that has told me, you know, we had suffered from for years in terms of applying for this permit to do the scan and really not understanding why Jim Barfield wasn't able to get it. I mean, he he wasn't applying for himself to do this. Again, he was working with established archaeologists to were also baffled. But one of them told me, look, we're sitting here applying for this permit when and going through the old process and the procedure that exist now to do these things but truth be told the ends can be done from the sky. Now, you know, how how how are any antiquities is going to be able to control the future in terms of that scans can be done from satellites and from other pieces of technology. So that really is will just be the next chapter in archaeology. We're still playing by the old rules and that and trying to apply for these things and going through that process, but but really we can do scans through satellites now. So that's that's the future of this. What about Dow's? Let's go back to some old. Technology douse their so far hasn't participated in that. But then dole Jones did I don't know if he had much luck with it. Mendel jones. Well, he he didn't because he's passed away. And he looked for thirty years. But that was actually the next place. Hugh was going. There was a person professor actually out of Missouri. Who was a doubt? He he contacted Jim Barfield and so just to test that Jim Barfield dead. He had bars of silver because he he used he tested his own. Our worst fear once more. In the member of Knesset had volunteered to do a scan on his own at chrome Ron was to get a false positive. You know, a false positive is more dangerous than a false negative and that way, and so he buried bars of silver, and and tested the metal detector that way. But he also did it once with. Basically, it was it was a it was a douse and and buried them in a park, and and Missourian, and it didn't work then it didn't work and in that case in that context. And I didn't work for down either. Let's go east of the Rockies is Helena in New Jersey, Helena, good morning. Yes. Of all. I wanna thank you for taking my call. And Michelle I wanna thank you very much. For most interesting presentation, I myself have a doctorate biblical studies. And I studied the Dead Sea scrolls for almost a year under Barron Shiffman. I don't know if you know him, of course, he's alleged. Yes. I must tell you every whenever I come to Israel. I come to three times a year. And I'm really mentioned his name. They can't do enough for me at the at the museum. And I also want to thank you very much for mentioning two gentlemen that I know very, well, namely Moshe Fagin, and I work for his I do volunteer work for his party. And but I think you should clarify that he was arrested for just going up to the Temple Mount. Right. Can you clarify that? Because I I I would love to hear from you. I mean, first of all they have certain prohibitions, and unfortunately as much as I personally would like to go to the Temple Mount, this is one of the reasons I don't go because the restrictions you have to walk a certain along a certain path, you're constantly watched. Especially if you're the Jewish faith now, I have I know I go to Israel with groups that when they go up there. They're passports are comp. Skated and they're watched by hawks. And when they returned they're giving their passports. You're not allowed to enter to either prayers, and obviously Mr. Fagan. Well off the path. And when I say off the path of obviously, he did attempt to pray up there and one time I believe it was two years ago. He actually went into the mosque. And I hate to say this. But he actually started a little demonstration within the mosque with various members of his party. And in fact, at the time he was banned from ascending the Temple Mount. And all but being as you said, he's in the Knesset he managed to overturn the ban Halina. We just have a couple of minutes before the break here. Do you have any comments on on accuser on as a possible location for the contractor, and it's an area say, I don't think it is? And why not I know I personally go with various groups to come run whenever I Israel. Delays right by there is technically a checkpoint. But you probably blaze right by it. Right. I mean, it's not it. This isn't an area that any sort of right thinking person believes that Israel would ever give up especially the cousin camman. But for the most part, it's uninhabited area. It's not it's it's not important, but there's a couple of weeks there. But it's it's it's spiritually valuable and its arable to Israel. And I don't think that Israel would ever give it up and go she ation, but. Area West Bank. It's definitely not areas sake. Okay. Yeah. Okay. Under the under the antiquities laws. They refer to it as it's under the ADA, which is the archaeological department under anything that's considered in Judea and Samaria. Is under there. It's already and Kumaon is under there. It's already it's not under the Israel antiquities at thirty every since sixty seven. All right Alina. Thank you for the call interesting. Interesting perspective there from Halina. If I mean, what is standing in the way now for them to at least start doing some some careful probing or or or or trenching in in in Kumaon. Right. So in twenty twelve crewmen was declared a us actually Jewish sort of biblical terminology for this thing that the land would be extreme fish meat that so it would every seven years in the bible or the land is supposed to to rest, and so they actually declared that procam Ron. That they're ruin itself would rest that. No archaeological. Excavations would be allowed at Koran and for the most part there's been some excavations in the cemeteries around comb run. But for the most part they've held to that every since then so it's supposed to I thought at the time everyone thought just last for a year, but it's actually lasted until now and shumita should.

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09:15 min | 3 years ago

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"That angel's wings, stretched out over the ARC's pure gold cover the mercy seat, and a lot of people feel that even more important than the ark it self and the construction of the ark it self is that 'cause it's actually rather small ark. According to the bible, there's a little bit of discrepancy here. But it was about four feet long and two and a half feet deep. It's pretty small, but inside of it was placed the Moses the tablets of stone with the ten commandments. And so you can see that, you know, two ways in terms of what what's more important or the ark it self or or what it contains? No, you know, like I said that the covers girl doesn't ever physically reference. The ark of the covenant. According to some translations, it does reference gleaming chamber and one part of the copper scroll. It may be the earliest reference to Shuki. No, which is that the spirit of God. It's really we don't have any other older references to that specific word. And usually when Safina's reference it's talking about the spirit of God in reference to the ark of the covenant. I love what the caller pointed out. And I am familiar with the winner of that of the Ted award and amazing things are happening in our galaxy right now and one thing that an Israeli archaeologist told me, you know, we had suffered from for years in terms of applying for this permit to do the scan and really not understanding why Jim Barfield wasn't able to get it. I mean, he he wasn't applying for himself to do the scan. He was working with established archaeologist who were off also baffled. But one of them told me, look, we're sitting here applying for this permit when and going through the old process and the procedure that exists now to do these things but truth be told. Stands can be done from the sky. Now, you know, how how how're any antiquities authority's going to be able to control the future in terms of that scans can be done from satellites in from other pieces of technology. So that really is will just be the next chapter in archaeology. We're still playing by the old rules and the and trying to apply for these things and going through that process, but but really we can do scans through satellites now. And so that's that's the future of this. What about Dow's? Let's go back to some old technology Dow's so Jim hasn't participated in that. But then dole Jones dead. I don't know if he had much luck with it Mendel Jones. Well, he didn't because he's passed away looked for thirty years. But that was actually the next place. He was going. There was a person professor actually out of Missouri. Who was a doubt? He he contacted Jim Barfield and so just to test that Jim Butterfield dead. He had bars of silver because he he used he tested his own. Our worst fear once more. If they go in the number of Knesset had volunteered to do a scan on his own at Koran was to get a false positive. You know, a false positive is more dangerous than a false negative in that way. And so he buried bars of silver and untested the Loretta metal detector that way. But he also did it once with basically, it was it was a it was a doubter and buried them in a park, and and and and it didn't work then it didn't work and in that case and in that context and it didn't work for downs either. Let's go east of the Rockies is it Helena in New Jersey. Helena did morning. Yes. I wanna thank you for taking my call. And Michelle we wanna thank you very much. For most interesting presentation, I myself have a doctorate biblical studies. And I studied the Dead Sea scrolls for almost a year under bar. Karen shiffman. I don't know if you know him, of course, he's alleged. Yes. Well, I must tell you every whenever I come to Israel. I come to three times a year, and I'm really mentioned his name. They can't do enough for me at the at the museum. And I also want to thank you very much for mentioning two gentlemen that I know very, well, namely Moshe Fagin, and I work for his I do volunteer work for his party. And but I think you should clarify that he wasn't arrested for just going up to the Temple Mount. Right. Can you clarify that for us? Because I I would love to hear from you first of all I have certain prohibitions. And unfortunately as much as I personally would like to go to Temple Mount, this is one of the reasons I don't go because the restrictions you have to walk a certain a along a certain path, you constantly watched especially if goes the Jewish faith now, I have I know I go Israel with groups that when they go up there, their passports a comp. Escape and they're watched like hawks. And when they returned they're giving their passports. We'll say you're not allowed to enter to Ida prayers. Obviously, Mr. Fagan. Well off the path. And when I say off the path of obviously, he did attempt to pray up there and one time I believe was two years ago. He actually went into the mosque. The I hate to say this. But he actually started a little demonstration within the mosque with various members of his party. And in fact, at the time, he was banned from ascending the Temple Mount at all. But being as you said, he's in the Knesset. He managed to overturn the ban Halloween. I would just have a couple of minutes before the break. Here was did you have any comments on on a coup? Iran is a possible location for the. It's an area say, I don't think it is. And why not? I know I personally go with various groups to come run whenever I visit Israel. And you as right by there is technically a checkpoint. But you probably blaze right by it. Right. I mean, it's not this isn't an area that any sort of right-thinking person believes that Israel would ever give up especially because of Koran but for the most part is uninhabited area. It's not it's it's not important, but there's a couple of complex there. But. Yes. It's it's spiritually valuable to Israel. And I don't think that Israel, whatever give it up and go she ation, but. Areas West Bank. It's separately not areas. Seek why do you okay? Yeah. Okay. Under the under the antiquities laws. They refer to it as it's under the ADC, which is the archaeological department under anything that's considered in Judea and Samaria. Is under there. It's already in Kumaon is under there already. It's not under the Israel antiquities at thirty every since sixty seven all right, Helene. Thank you for the call. Interesting. Interesting perspective there from Halina. If I mean, what is standing in the way now for them to at least start doing some some careful probing or or or or trenching in in in Kumaon. Right. So in twenty twelve whom Ron was declared a they use actually Jewish sort of biblical terminology for this thing that the land would be experiences. Schmidt. So it would every seven years in the bible e that the land is supposed to to rest, and so they actually declared that for home run that they're really itself would rest that. No archaeological. Excavations would be allowed at Koran and for the most part there's been some excavations in the cemeteries around Coomer on. But for the most part they've held to that every since then so supposed to I thought at the time everyone thought just last for a year, but it's actually lasted until now and the shumita should be over the sheer then. Yes..

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14:33 min | 3 years ago

"moshe fagin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Shelley before we dive into the calls. We were talking about how Jim Barfield you said is convinced that the ark of the covenant lies beneath the ruins of Coomer on. And I want to get to finish up on that point before we start taking some calls. Right. So there's actually an mound just north west of. Close to it. But technically outside of the ruined game. Barfield? I had said that you know, that he wasn't able to get permission to do. Electric survey of command with Lawrence metal detector, but actually has done one at three of the sixty sites. It was a member of Knesset Israel's Knesset, which is their permanent to body mostly fake. Lynn hurry. They've very that guy has been arrested many times for for visiting the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. And he's just a politician that that seems to not care about. Playing too close to the of. And so he threw a series of events, and and and meet stem Barfield hears about his research and volunteers to use his Knesset, immunity and do a stand with the Rams detector of several types it Koran with or without permission from the antiquities authority. And that's what he does. And so we actually have positive. That there's something large the Ming nonferrous and and deep underground both in Qom on and at this site, Jim Bartels research, specifically points to right outside of. Homerun? So he thinks that's the ark. But isn't doesn't the the mercy seat on the ark? Isn't it covered in gold? Yes. And it's a case would that's all gilded. So the nice part is that just like in Egypt and just like with the Dead Sea scrolls as any other. Catia would was buried deeply somewhere in the Judean desert. It would come out looking pretty much the same as it went in and gold as well. You know, doesn't partisan survive the test of time pretty well. So both of those would be detectable. And also look pretty good. Pretty well present my word. We don't know exactly. What would be there? But we just know that we got a positive scan for something that's related to the copper scroll or something that's large nonferrous and buried deep which I can't imagine anything other than copper is called Kaiser for that. If it is the ark of the covenant there. I mean that that that would be the greatest archaeological discovery of all time. Listen, I mean, people speculate about the ark of the covenant state. But one thing that I'll tell you about Jewish history is that there's a day on the calendar every year that Jews more of the first temple the second temple. And then. They memorialize it. There is no such day for the covenant. And the ark of the covenant is what gave the temple. It's you know, imparted. It's holding us and part of that century. It was in the holiest. The really just the narrative about what happened to it. It is a race. And it's gone. But it's not the Jewish tradition. Does not say that the covenant, you know, even with Temple Mount movements that has recreated lots of items for the third temple. They don't recreate the arc. The arc is meant to be found. You can't you can't make an arc replica for any future temple. It has to be the original right and the third temple cannot be built without the arc. Now. The ark. According to legend, awesome, destructive power, the only people that can approach the arc would be the leave. I'ts. Exactly. So Jim Barfield. You know, being a religious man has is being been very serious. He takes this very serious. And so part of his meetings with the fan, he John and with the. Religious in institutional bodies in Israel. It's to say should this event. Take place should we be able to to unseal this potential cave outside of Croom, Ron or any of these items be on earth income run. We need priests there in Israel. You know, there's there's a list Cohenim. Are they know who they are several of the Temple Mount movement study how to handle these objects and prepared said that they come. And so he had one meeting with a leader has one of the Temple Mount. Movement people and Gresham Solomon is his name. And and he asked them should this happen. You know, Koran is not so far from Theresa. This happen. How quickly could you get priest here, and and gross and said, you know, give me an hour. The code on speed dial. Wow. Let's say hi to Laura on your wildcard line. She's an upstate New York, Laura. Good morning. Welcome to coast to coast. A yeah. Thank you. And thank you. Shelly. For such an interesting conversation this evening where this morning, I just have a two things. The first is a mealy. Sorry, George Noory has had on a lot of people over time that discussed the ark of the covenant. And there's been so much information about it. Can I ask you please explain what it is? What it significant is an if it's found what it would look like. And then the other thing I just wanted to mention it sounds like you've found it already. But in case, you need to do another similar type of skin TED talks was a woman that came on. And did a Ted talk and actually won the Ted prize every year, they give them a price. I think it's like a million dollars or something. And it was like either last year the year before when she was using satellite to unearth archaeological finds and she found a whole city with the satellite, and they gave for the woods. So you can check the Ted awards last. Two or three years and see who this woman is in case, you need more information about doing these scans with satellite. And then the last thing is I've had a lot of interactions with douses, and I found that actually they're pretty accurate with regard to finding lost objects. So someone in the scenario might wanna hire a douse or along with all the other things. But if you could just say a few words about the author of the covenant what it is. And what it would look like I greatly. Appreciate that. And thank you again for very informative evening. Thank you, Laura. Great call. All right. So for those not familiar with the ark of the covenant. Tell us about it. So I said he come is most exceptional because we're talking about duty than this is a an iconic religion. It doesn't have material good objects of worship, you know. Totally forbidden. And so the arc of the covenant is really unique in that way, especially within its place in Judaism. But it's it's a material connection to an immaterial God. So the arc is God's throne. And it's still an and got according to Turkish and also had its own. You know, kind of inexplicable powers it was made for McKay. She would gilded in gold topped with two wing tariffs. That angel's wings, stretched out over the ARC's pure gold cover or the mercy. And. A lot of people feel that even more important than the it cells in the construction of the ark. It self is that 'cause it's actually rather small ark. According to the bible, I mean, there's a little bit of discrepancy here. But it was about four feet long and two and a half feet deep. It's pretty small, but inside of it was placed the Moses the tablets of stone with the ten commandments. And so you can see that you know, to weigh in terms of what what's more important here. The ark it self or or what it contains? Now. You know, like I said that the covers goal doesn't ever specifically reference? The ark of the covenant, according to some translations, it does reference gleaming chamber and one part of the copper scroll. It may be the earliest reference to shipping, which is that the spirit of God. It's really we don't have any other older references to that specific word. And usually when shit is reference it's talking about the spirit of God in reference to the ark of the covenant. I love what the caller pointed out. And I am familiar with the winner of that of the Ted award and amazing things are happening in archaeology right now. And one thing that an Israeli archaeologists told me, you know, we had suffered from for years in terms of applying for this permit to be the scan and really not understanding why wasn't able to get it. I mean, he he wasn't applying for himself to do this. Again, he was working with established. Archaeologist who were often also baffled. But one of them told me, look, we're sitting here applying for this permit when and going through the old process and the procedure that exists now to do these things but truth be told. Stands can be done from the sky. Now, you know, how how how were any antiquities authority's going to be able to control the future in terms of that scans can be done in some satellites and from other pieces of technology. So that really is will just be the next chapter in archaeology. We're still playing by the old rules and the and trying to apply for these things and going through that process, but but really we can do scans through satellites now. And so that's that's the future of this. What about Dow's? Let's go back to some old technology. Dow's go Jim hasn't participated in that. But then dole Jones dead. I don't know if he had much luck with it Mendel Jones. Well, he he didn't because he's passed away. And he looked for thirty years. But that was actually the next place. He was going. There was a person professor actually out of Missouri. Who was a doubt? He he contacted Jim Barfield and so just to test that dim Barfield dead. He had bars of silver because he he used he tested his own. Our worst fear once. The member of Knesset had volunteered to do a scan on his own at Combe Ron was to get a false positive. You know, a false positive is more dangerous than a false negative in that way. And so keep buried bars of silver and untested the metal detector that way. But he also did it once with basically, it was it was a it was a Dallas and buried them in a park, and and Missouri, and and it didn't work, then it didn't work and. In that case in that context. And I didn't work down to either. Let's go east of the Rockies is it Helena in New Jersey. Helena did morning. Yes. First of all, I want to thank you for taking my call, and Michelle I wanna thank you very much. For most interesting presentation, I myself have a doctorate biblical studies. And I studied the Dead Sea scrolls for almost a year under baron Shiffman. I don't know if you know him, of course, he's alleged. Yes. I must tell you every whenever I come to Israel. I come to three times a year. And I'm really mentioned his name. They can't do enough for me at the at the museum. And I also want to thank you very much for mentioning two gentlemen than I know very, well, namely Moshe Fagin, and I work for his I do volunteer work for his party. And but I think you should clarify that he wasn't arrested for just going up to the Temple Mount. Right. Can you clarify that for us? Because I I would love to hear from you first of all I have certain prohibitions. And unfortunately as much as I personally would like to go to Temple Mount, this is one of the reasons I don't go because the restrictions you have to walk a certain along a certain path, you're constantly watched. Especially if you're the Jewish faith now, I have I know I go to Israel with groups that when they go up there. They're passports are comp. Skated and they're watched like hawks. And when they returned they're giving their passports. You're not allowed to enter to Ida prayers, and obviously Mr. Fagan. Well off the path. And when I say off the path of obviously, he did attempt to pray up there and one time I believe was two years ago. He actually went into the mosque. The I hate to say this. But he actually started a little demonstration within the mosque with various members of his party. And in fact, at the time, he was banned from ascending the Temple Mount at all. But being as you said, he's in the Knesset. He managed to overturn the ban Halina. We just have a couple of minutes before the break. Here was did you have any comments on on a coup? Iran is a possible location for the contractor area. See I don't think it is. And why not I know? I personally go with various groups to come run whenever I Israel. Delays right by there is technically a checkpoint..

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"Wings, stretched out over the ark. Pure gold cover the mercy seat, and a lot of people feel that even more important than the architect in the construction of the ark. It self is that because it is actually rather small ark. According to the bible, I mean, there's a little bit of discrepancy here. But it was about four feet long and two and a half feet. It's pretty small. Mall. But inside of it was placed the Moses the tablets of stone with the ten commandments. And so you can see that, you know, two ways in terms of what what's more important there. The ark it self or what it contains. Now, you know, like I said that the copper scroll doesn't ever statistically reference? The ark of the covenant, according to some translations, it does reference gleaming chamber and one part of the copper scroll. It may be the earliest reference to FINA, which is that the spirit of God. It's really we don't have any other older references to that specific word. And usually when you've seen as reference it's talking about the spirit of God in reference to the ark of the covenant. I love what the caller pointed out. And and I am familiar with the winner of that of the Ted award and amazing things are happening in archaeology right now. And one thing that an Israeli archaeologist told me, you know, we had suffered from for years in terms of applying for this permit to do the scan and really not understanding why wasn't able to get it. I mean, he he wasn't applying for himself to do this. And he was working with established archaeologists to were also baffled. But one of them told me, look, we're sitting here applying for this permit when in going through the old process and the procedure that exists now to do these things but truth be told stands can be done from the sky. Now, you know, how how how or any antiquities at thirty is going to be able to control the future in terms of that scans can be done from satellites and from other pieces of technology. So that really is will just be the next chapter and archaeology we're still playing by the old rules and the and trying to apply for these things and going through that process, but but really we can do scans through satellites now. And so that's that's the future of this. What about douses? Let's go back to some old technology does so borrowed hasn't participated in that. But then dole Jones did I don't know if he had much luck with it. Mendel jones. Well, he he didn't because he's passed away. And he looked for thirty years. But that was actually the next place. Hugh was going. There was a person professor actually out of Missouri. Who was a said he he contacted Jim Barfield and so just to test that Jim Barfield dead. He had bars of silver because he he used he tested his own. Our worst fear once go the member of Knesset had volunteered to do a scan on his own at Koran was to get a false positive. You know, a false positive is more dangerous than a false negative in that way. And so he buried bars of silver, and and tested the Lorenzo metal detector that way. But he also did it once with basically, it was it was a it was a doubter and buried them in a park, and and Missourian, and it didn't work then it didn't work and and that. In that case. And in that context, and it didn't work. Downs either. Let's go east of the Rockies is it. Helena in New Jersey, Helena, good morning. Yes. I why would you for taking my call, and Michelle I wanna thank you very much. For most interesting presentation, I myself have a doctorate biblical studies. And I studied the Dead Sea scrolls for almost a year under Barron Shiffman. I if you know him, of course, he's alleged. Yes. Well, I must tell you every whenever I come to Israel. I come to three times a year, and I'm really mentioned his name. They can't do enough for me at the at the museum. And I also want to thank you very much for mentioning to gentlemen, that I know very, well, namely Moshe Fagin, and I work for his I do volunteer work for his party. And but I think you should clarify that he was arrested for just going up to the Temple Mount. Right. Can you clarify that for us because I I would love to hear from you. Well, first of all, I have certain prohibitions. And unfortunately as much as I personally would like to go to the Temple Mount, this is one of the reasons I don't go because the restrictions you have to walk a certain a along a certain path. You're constantly watched. Especially if it goes the Jewish face now, I have I know I go to Israel with groups that when they go up there. They're passports are skated and they're watched by hawks. And when they return they're giving their passports. Let's say you're not allowed to enter to either prayers to obviously, Mr. Fagan. Went off the path. And when I say off the path of obviously, he did attempt to pray up there and one time I believe was two years ago. He actually went into the mosque. I hate to say this. But he actually started a little demonstration within the mosque with various members of his party. And in fact, at the time he was banned from ascending the Temple Mount. And all but being as you said, he's in the Knesset. He managed to overturn the ban Halina. We just have a couple of minutes before the break here. Did you have any comments on on Coomer on as a possible location for the treasure? And it's an area. See I don't think it is. And why not I know? I personally go with various groups to come run whenever I visit Israel. Delays right by there is technically a checkpoint. But you'd probably blaze right by it. Right. I mean, it's not this isn't an area that any sort of right thinking person believes that Israel would ever give up especially because in come on. But for the most part, it's uninhabited area. It's not it's it's not important, but there's a couple of weeks there. But it's it's spiritually valuable, and it's to Israel. And I don't think that Israel, whatever give it up and go, she eight cents, but. Area West Bank. It's separately not areas. See, why do you okay? Yeah. Okay. Under the under the antiquities laws. They refer to it as it's under the ADC, which is the archaeological department under anything that's considered in Judea and Samaria. Is under there..

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"Heads. That angel's wings stretched out over the ark. Pure gold cover the mercy seat, and a lot of people feel that even more important than the ark it self and the construction of the ark it self is that 'cause it's actually rather small ark. According to the bible, I mean, there's a little bit of discrepancy here. But it was about four feet long and two and a half feet deep. It's pretty small, but inside of it was placed the Moses the tablets of stone with the ten commandments. And so you can see that, you know, two ways in terms of what what's more important market. So for what it contains? No. Like, I said that the copper scroll does it ever satirically reference. The ark of the covenant, according to some translations, it does reference gleaming chamber and one part of the copper scroll. It may be the earliest reference to FINA, which is the spirit of God. It's really we don't have any other older references to that specific word. And usually when Safina's reference it's talking about the spirit of God. And in reference to the covenant I love what the caller pointed out. And I am familiar with the winner of that the Ted award and amazing things are happening in our galaxy right now and one thing that an Israeli archaeologist told me, you know, we had suffered from for years in terms of applying for this permit to do the scan and really not understanding why wasn't able to get it. I mean, he he wasn't applying for himself to do this. And he was working with established. Archaeologists who were also. Also baffled. But one of them told me, look, we're sitting here applying for this permit when I'm going through the old process and the procedure that exists now to do these things but truth be told. Stands can be done from the sky. Now, you know, how how how how're any antiquities at thirty is going to be able to control the future in terms of that scans can be done from satellites and from other pieces of technology. So so that really is will just be the next chapter in archaeology. We're still playing by the old rules and the and trying to apply for these things and going through that process, but but really we can do scans through satellites now. And so that's that's the future of the Dow's IRS. Let's go back to some old technology dousing. So Jim barcode hasn't participated in that. But then they'll Jones did I don't know if he had much luck with it Mendel Jones. Well, he he didn't because he's passed away. And he looked for thirty years. But that was actually the next place. Hugh was going. There was a person professor actually out of Missouri. Who was Adel said he he contacted Jim Barfield and so just to test that Jim Barfield dead. He had bars of silver because he he used tested his own. Our worst fear once more. Feiglin the member of Knesset had volunteered to do a scan on his own at Ron was to get a false positive. You know, a false positive is more dangerous than a false negatives in that way. And so he buried bars of silver, and and tested the metal detector that way. But he also did it once with basically, it was it was a it was a Dallas there, and and buried them in a park, and and Missouri, and and it didn't work then didn't work and in that case, and in that context, and I didn't work. Downs either. Let's go east of the Rockies is it. Helena in New Jersey, Helena, good morning. Yes. First of all, I wanna thank you for taking my call, and Michelle I wanna thank you very much for most interesting. Presentation. I myself have a doctorate debacle studies. And I studied the Dead Sea scrolls for almost a year under Barron Shiffman. I don't know if you know him, of course, he's alleged. Yes. I must tell you every whenever I come to Israel. I come to three times a year. And I'm really mentioned his name. They can't do enough for me at the at the museum. And I also want to thank you very much for mentioning a two gentlemen that I know very well, namely, Moshe Fagin. And I work for his I volunteer work for his party. And but I think you should clarify that he was arrested for just going up to the Temple Mount. Right. Can you clarify that for us because I I would love to hear from you..

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"Shelley before we dive into the calls. We were talking about how Jim Barfield you said is convinced that the ark of the covenant lies beneath the ruins of Kumaon. And I wanted you to finish up on that point before we start taking some calls. Right. So there's actually a mound just north west of coupon. Close to it. But technically outside of their ruined Jim Barfield. I had said that you know, that he wasn't able to get permission to do. Electric survey of combined with the metal detector, but actually has done one at three of the sixty sites. It was a member of Knesset Israel's Knesset, which is their permanent your body, mostly fake Lynn hurry fifth. They've very that guy has been arrested many times for visiting the Temple Mount. Jerusalem. And and he's just a politician that that seems to not care about about playing too close to the role of and so she s series, of course, events, and and and meets Tim Barfield hears about his research and volunteers to use his Knesset, immunity and do a stand with the Rams detector at several sites that Coomer on wicker without permission from the antiquities Atari. And that's what he does. And so we actually have. It is true that there is something large something nonferrous, and and deep underground book in Koran and this site the Jim Bartels research, specifically points to right outside of coupon. So he thinks that's the the ark. But isn't doesn't the the mercy seat on the ark? Isn't it covered in gold? Yes. And it's a case, that's all gilded. So the nice part is that just like in Egypt and just like with the Dead Sea scrolls as the day and desert case, you would was buried deeply somewhere in the Judean desert. It would come out looking pretty much the same as it went in and gold as well. You know, doesn't tarnish and survive the test of time pretty well. So both at those would be detectable. And also look pretty good pretty well preserved my word. We don't know exactly. What would be there? But we just know that we got a positive scan for something that's related to the copper scroll or something that's large nonferrous and buried deep which I can't imagine anything other than copper is called treasure for that. If it is the ark of the covenant there. I mean that that that would be the greatest archaeological discovery of all time. Yes, listen, I mean, people speculated about the. The ark of the covenant state. But one thing that I'll tell you about yours history. Is that there's a day on the calendar every year, they choose more and a lot of the first temple in the second temple. And that they memorialize it. There is no such day for the ark of the covenant. And the ark of the covenant is what gave the temple. It's you know, the imparted its holiness part, the sanctity it was in the holiest of so really just the narrative about what happened to it. It is a racist. And it's gone. But it's not the Jewish tradition. Does not say that the covenants watch, you know, even with Temple Mount movements that has recreated lots of items for the third temple. They don't recreate the art like the arc is meant to be found. You can't you can't make an arc replica for any future temple. It has to be the original right and the third temple cannot be built without the arc. Now the ark. According to legend, awesome, destructive power, the only people that can approach the arc would be the leave. Fights. Exactly. So Jim Barfield being a religious man has is being been very serious. He takes this very serious, and so part of his meetings with the fan heat-driven and with the religious an institutional bodies in Israel. It's to say should this event. Take place should we be able to to unseal this potential cave outside of Croom run or any of these items be on earth income run. We need priests there and Israel. You know, there's there's a list. Ho ema. They know who they are several of the Temple Mount movement study how to handle these objects and then prepared should that day. Come and so he had one meeting with a leader has one of the Temple Mount. Movement people and Gershom Solomon is his name. And and he asked them should this happen. You know, Koran not so far from Jerusalem this happened. How quickly could you get priest here? And and gross and said, you know, give me an hour. That's the code on speed dial. Wow. Let's say hi to Laura on the wildcard line. She's an upstate New York, Laura. Good morning. Welcome to coast to coast. Thank you, Richard. And thank you Shelly. For for such an interesting conversation this evening where this morning, I just have two things. The first is really sorry. George Noory has had on a lot of people over time. That discuss the ark of the covenant and just been so much information about it. So can I ask you, please? Explain what it is what it significant is. And if it's found what it would look like, and then the other thing, I just wanted to mention it. It sounds like you've found it ready. But in case you need to do another similar type of scan TED talks. It was a woman that came on. And did a Ted talk and actually won the Ted prize every year, they give them a prize. I think it's like a million dollars or something. And it was like either last year the year before where she was used. Zing satellites to unearth archaeological finds and she found a whole city with the satellite, and they gave for the woods. So you can check the Ted awards last two or three years and see who's this woman is in case, you need more information about doing these scans with satellite. And then the last thing is I've had a lot of interactions with Dow's IRS, and I found that actually they're pretty accurate with regard to finding lost objects. So someone in the scenario might wanna hire a douse or along with all the other things. But if you could just say a few words about the after the covenant what it is. And what it would look like I'd greatly. Appreciate that. And thank you again for very informative evening. Thank you, Laura. Great call. All right. So for those not familiar with the the ark of the covenant. Tell us about it. So I said he could've covenant is most exceptional because we're talking about duty. This is a an iconic religion. It doesn't have material goods or objects of worship, you know. It's totally forbidden. And so the ark of the covenant is really unique in that way, especially within its place in Judaism. But it's it's a material connection to an immaterial God. So the arc is God's throne. And it's still an and got what still according to tradition are also had its own kind of inexplicable powers. It was made for McKay. She would gilded in gold talked with two wing Jared's. That angel's wings, stretched out over the ARC's pure gold cover the mercy seat, and a lot of people feel that even more important than the ark it self and the construction of. The ark. It self is that 'cause it's actually rather small ark. According to the bible, I mean, there's a little bit of discrepancy here. But it was about four feet long and two and a half feet deep. It's it's pretty small. But inside of it was placed the Moses the tablets of stone with the ten commandments. And so you can see that, you know, two ways in terms of what what's more important are the ark it self or or what it contains? Now, you know, like I said that the covers girl doesn't ever specifically reference. The covenant according to some translations, it does reference gleaming chamber and one part of the copper scroll. It may be the earliest reference to FINA, which is that the spirit of God. It's really we don't have any other older references to that specific word. And usually when seen as reference it's talking about the spirit of God. And in reference to the Arkansas covenant, I love what the caller pointed out. And I am familiar with the winner of that of the Ted word and amazing things are happening in our geology right now, and one thing that and archaeologists told me, you know, we had suffered from for years in terms of applying for this permit to do the scan and really not understanding why Barfield wasn't able to get it. I mean, he he wasn't applying for himself to do this. And he was working with established archaeologist who were off also baffled. But one of them told me, look, we're sitting here applying for this permit when and going through the old process and the procedure that exists now to do these things but truth be told stands can be done from the sky. Now, you know, how how how how're any antiquities at thirty is going to be able to control the future in terms of that scans can be done from satellites and from other pieces of technology. So so that really is will just be the next chapter in archaeology. We're still playing by the old rules and the and trying to apply for these things and going through that process, but but really we can do scans through satellites now. And so that's that's the future of this. What about Dow's? Let's go back to some old technology. So Jim hasn't participated in that. But then they'll Jones did I don't know if he had much luck with it. Mendel jones. Well, he he didn't because he's passed away. And he looked for thirty years. But that was actually the next place. Hugh was going. There was a person professor actually out of Missouri. Who was Adel said he he contacted Jim Barfield and so just to test that Jim Barfield did he had bars of silver because he he used he tested his own. Our worst fear once at most in the member of Knesset had volunteered to do a scan on his own at Combe Ron was to get a false positive. You know, a false positive is more dangerous than a false negative in that way. And so he buried bars of silver and tested the metal detector that way. But he also did it once with basically it was it was a it was a doubter. And and buried them in a park, and and Missourian, and it didn't work, then it didn't work, and and and. Case in that context. And it didn't work for either. Let's go east of the Rockies is it Helena in New Jersey. Helena did morning. Yes. First of all I want to thank you for taking my call. And Michelle I wanna thank you very much. For most interesting presentation, I myself have a doctorate in biblical studies. And I studied the Dead Sea scrolls for almost a year under baron Shiffman. I don't know if you know him, of course, he's alleged. Yes. I must tell you every whenever I come to Israel. I come to three times a year. And I'm really mentioned his name. They can't do enough for me at the at the museum. And I also want to thank you very much for mentioning a two gentlemen that I know very, well, namely Moshe Fagin, and I work for his I volunteer work for his party. And but I think you should clarify that he was arrested for just going up to the Temple Mount. Right. Can you clarify that for us because I would love to hear from you. First of all, I have certain prohibitions. And unfortunately as much as I personally would like to go to the Temple Mount, this is one of the reasons I don't go because the restrictions you have to walk certain a along a certain path, you're constantly watched. Especially if the Jewish faith now, I have I know I go to Israel with groups that when they go up their their passports. Confiscated and their watched like hawks. And when they returned they're giving their passports. Let's say you're not allowed to enter to either prayers, obviously, Mr. Fagan. Went off the path. And when I say off the path of obviously, he did attempt to pray up there and one time I believe was two years ago. He actually went into the mosque. And I hate to say this. But he actually started a little demonstration within the mosque with various members of his party. And in fact, at the time, he was banned from ascending the Temple Mount at all. But being as you said, he's in the Knesset he managed to overturn the ban Halina. We just have a couple of minutes before the break here. Do you have any comments on on a coumarin as a possible location for the treasury? An area. See I don't think it is. And why not? I know I personally go with various groups to come run whenever I visit Israel. And you raise right by there is technically a checkpoint. But you probably blaze right by it. Right. I mean, it's not this isn't an area that any sort of right thinking person believes that Israel would ever give up especially because of Koran but for the most part, it's uninhabited area. It's not it's it's not important, but there's a a of there, but it's it's spiritually valuable and to Israel. And I don't think that Israel, whatever give it up and go she ation, but. Not area West Bank. It's separately not areas sake. Why do you okay? Yeah. Okay. Under the under the antiquities laws..

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15:26 min | 3 years ago

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"Seventy K L I F. Shelley before we dive into the calls. We were talking about how Jim Barfield you said is convinced that the ark of the covenant lies beneath the ruins of coumarin. And I wanted you to finish up on that point before we start taking some calls. Right. So there's actually a mound just north west of. Close to it. But technically outside of their really game Barfield. I had said that you know, that he wasn't able to get permission to do. Electric survey of combined with the metal detector, but actually has one at three of the sixty sites. It was a member of Knesset Israel's Knesset, which is their parliamentary body mostly fake. Lynn hurry fifth. They've very that guy has been arrested many times for for visiting the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. And and. Politician that that seems to not care about about playing too close to the rules. And so he threw a series, of course, events, and and and meets Jim Barfield hears about his research and volunteers to use his Knesset, immunity and do a scan with detector at several sites at Courant wicker without permission from the Arctic antiquities authority, and that's what he does. And so we actually have positive proof that there's something large something nonferrous and and deep underground both in Koran and at this site that Jim Bartels research, specifically points to right outside of mine. And so he thinks that's the ark. But isn't doesn't the the mercy seat on the ark? Isn't it covered in gold? Yes. It's a case. You would that's all gelded. So the nice part is that just like in Egypt and just like with the Dead Sea scrolls, as in the desert Catia would was buried deeply somewhere in the Judean desert. It would come out looking pretty much the same as it went in and gold as well. You know, doesn't harness and and survive the test of time pretty well. So both of those would be detectable and also pretty good pretty well preserved my word. We don't know exactly. What would be there? But we just know that we got a positive scan for something that's related to the copper scroll or something that's large nonferrous and buried deep which I can't imagine anything other than copper is called treasurer for that. If it is the ark of the covenant there. I mean that that that would be the greatest archaeological discovery of all time. Yes. Listen. I mean, people speculate about the ark of the covenant state. But one thing that I'll tell you about Jewish history is that there's a day on the calendar every year, they Jews more of differs temple the second temple. And they memorialize it. There is no such day for the ark of the covenant. The covenant is what gave the temple. It's you know, imparted. It's holiness, imparted sanctity. It was in the holiest. So really just the narrative about what happened to it. It is a race. And it's gone. But it's not the Jewish tradition. Does not say that the covenants lost, you know, even with Temple Mount movements that has recreated lots of items for the third temple. They don't recreate the arc. The arc is meant to be found. You can't you can't make an ours replica for any future temple. It has to be the original right and the third temple cannot be built without the arc. Now the ark. According to legend awesome. Destructive power the only people that can approach the arc would be the Levi's. Exactly. So Jim Barfield. You know, being a religious man has is being been very serious. He takes this very serious. And so. His meetings with the fan, drain and west the religious and institutional bodies in Israel. It's the say should this event. Take place should we be able to unseal this potential caves outside of Croom run or any of these items be on earth income Ron priests there and Israel. You know, there's there's a list Cohenim. Are they know who they are several of the Temple Mount movement study how to handle these objects and prepared said that they come. And so he had one meeting with a leader of one of the temple mountain movement people and Gershon Salomon is his name. And and he asked them should this happen. You know, Koran is not so far from trees five should this happen. How quickly could you get priest here, and and gross and said, you know, give me an hour. The code on speed dial. Wow. Let's say hi to Laura on the wildcard line. She's an upstate New York, Laura. Good morning. Welcome to coast to coast. A. Yeah. Thank you, Richard. And thank you, Shelly for fit for such an interesting conversation this evening or this morning. I just have a two things the first is I'm really sorry. George Noory has had on a lot of people over time that discussed the ark of the covenant. And there's been so much information about it. So can I ask you, please? Explain what it is what it is. And if it's found what it would look like, and then the other thing, I just wanted to mention it. It sounds like you've found it already. But in case you need to do another similar type of scan TED talks. It was a woman that came on. And did a Ted talk and actually won the Ted prize every year, they give them a price. I think it's like a million dollars or something. And it was like either last year the year before which she was using satellite to unearth archaeological finds and she. Found a whole city with the satellite and they gave the award. So you can check the Ted award show last two or three years and see who's this woman is in case, you need more information about doing these scans with satellite. And then the last thing is I've had a lot of interactions with Dow's IRS, and I found that actually they're pretty accurate with regard to finding lost objects. So someone in the scenario might wanna hire a douse or along with all the other things. But if you could just say a few words about the author of the covenant what it is. And what it would look like I'd greatly. Appreciate that. And thank you again for very informative evening. Thank you, Laura. Great call. All right. So for those not familiar with the the ark of the covenant. Tell us about it. So I said he gonna come in. It is most exceptional because we're talking about duty. Then this is a an iconic religion. It doesn't have material goods or objects of worship. It's totally forbidden. And so the covenant is really unique in that way, especially within its place and Judy ISM. But it's it's a material connection to an immaterial God. So the arc is God's throne. And it's still at an and got according to tradition. Are also had its own you know, kind of inexplicable power. It was made for vacation would gilded in gold topped with two wing tariffs. That angel's wings, stretched out over the pure gold cover the mercy seat, and a lot of people feel that even more important than the arcade cells in the construction of the it cells is that 'cause it's actually rather small ark. According to the bible, I mean, there's a little bit of discrepancy here. But it was about four feet long and two and a half feet deep. It's it's pretty small, but inside of it was placed the most is the tablets of stone with the ten commandments. And so you can see that, you know, two ways in terms of what? What's more important near the Arkansas for or what it contains? No know like I said that the copper scroll doesn't ever specifically reference? The ark of the covenant, according to some translations, it does reference gleaming chamber and one part of the copper scroll. It may be the earliest reference to FINA, which is that the spirit of God. It's really we don't have any other older references to that specific word. And usually when seen as reference it's talking about the spirit of God. And in reference to the ark of the covenant. I love what the caller pointed out. And I am familiar with the winner of that of the Ted word and amazing things are happening in our geology right now, and one thing that and archaeologists told me, you know, we had suffered from for years in terms of applying for this permit to scan and really not understanding why Jim barcode wasn't able. To get it. I mean, he he wasn't applying for himself to do this. Again, he was working with established archaeologists to were also baffled. But one of them told me, look, we're sitting here applying for this permit when and going through the old process and the procedure that exists now to do these things but truth be told. Stands can be done from the sky. Now, you know, how how how we're any antiquities at thirty is going to be able to control the future in terms of that scans can be done from satellites and from other pieces of technology. So so that really is will just be the next chapter in archaeology. We're still playing by the old rules and the and trying to apply for these things and going through that process, but but really we can do scans through satellites now. And so that's that's the future of this. What about Dow's? Let's go back to some old technology does. So Jim zone hasn't participated in that. But then they'll Jones dead. I don't know if he had much luck with it Mendel Jones. Well, he he didn't because he's passed away. And he looked for thirty years. But that was actually the next place. He was going there. Was a person professor actually out of Missouri. Who was a doubt? He he contacted Jim Barfield and so just to test that dim Barfield dead. He had bars of silver because he is tested his own. Our worst fear in the member of Knesset had volunteered to do. A scan on his own at coumarin was to get a false positive. You know, a false positive is more dangerous than a false negative in that way. And so he buried bars of silver, and and tested the metal detector that way. But he also did it once with. Basically, it was it was a it was a doubter and buried them in a park, and and Missourian, and it didn't work then it didn't work and in that case in that context. And I did work for downs either. Let's go east of the Rockies is it Helena in New Jersey, Helena, good morning. Yes. First of all I want to thank you for taking my call. And Michelle we wanna thank you very much. For most interesting presentation, I myself have a doctorate biblical studies. And I studied the Dead Sea scrolls for almost a year under Laron Shiffman. I don't know if you know him, of course, he's alleged. Yes. I must tell you every whenever I come to Israel. I come to three times a year. And I'm really mentioned his name. They can't do enough for me at the at the museum. And I also want to thank you very much for mentioning two gentlemen that I know very well, namely Moshe Fagin, and I worked for his I do volunteer work for his party. And but I think you should clarify that he was arrested for just going up to the Temple Mount. Right. Can you clarify that for us because I I would love to hear from you. First of all, I have certain prohibitions. And unfortunately as much as I personally would like to go to the Temple Mount, this is one of the reasons I don't go because the restrictions you have to walk a certain a long certain paths. You are constantly watched. Especially if you're the Jewish faith now, I have I know I go to Israel with groups that when they go up there. They're passports are confiscated and their watched like hawks. And when they return they're giving their passports. Oh, let's say you're not allowed to enter to either prayers, and obviously Mr. Fagan. Went off the path. And when I say off the path of obviously, he did attempt to pray up there and one time I believe was two years ago. He actually went into the mosque. And I hate to say this. But he actually started a little demonstration within the mosque with various members of his party. And in fact, at the time, he was banned from ascending the Temple Mount at all. But being as you said he's in the Knesset he managed to overturn the ban Halloween. Just have a couple of minutes before the break here. Do you have any comments on on the Coomer as a possible location for the contract, and it's an area? See I don't think it is. And why not I know? I personally go with various groups to come run whenever I Israel. And you as right by there is technically a checkpoint. But you probably blaze right by it. Right. I mean, it's not this isn't an area that any sort of right-thinking person believes that Israel would ever give up especially because of Koran but for the most part, it's the area. It's not it's it's not important, but there is a complex there. But. Yes. It's it's spiritually valuable, and it's to Israel. And I don't think that Israel, whatever give it up and go she ation, but. Area West Bank it separately, not areas sake. Why do you okay? Yeah. Okay. Under the under the antiquities laws..

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