The real location of the Third Temple versus the Haram Shariff in Revelation 11:2 and the connection with Atlantis
by leon elshout, almelo, NL, 24/2/2020, https://roodgoudvanparvaim.nl
Ernest L. Martin ever wrote in his book The Temples that Jerusalem Forgot that the Wailing Wall and the inner square where the islamic Dome of the Rock sits could have been Roman constructions (1). The whole complex including the Wailing Wall is not a remnant of the temple of Herod. Most likely it was emperor Hadrian who had restored or rebuilt the Wailing Wall. Both the islamic Dome of the Rock and the Al-Aqsa Mosque that are located inside this surrounded area are not really of an islamic architecture (2). The fundaments of this Dome of he Rock and the Al Aqsa mosque were once the fundaments of a temple of Jupiter. It was also emperor Hadrian who had built this temple in the heart of Jerusalem and he had built another temple of Jupiter in Baalbek, Lebanon (2). No, these temples were not constructed by aliens.
Wasn’t it Jesus who had said that Jerusalem would be completely destroyed and no stone would be unturned – Matthew 24:2. In the year 70 AD it was the Roman army of Titus that had destroyed Jerusalem. But would they have destroyed their own Fortress Antonia, that king Herod had once dedicated to Mark Anthony? Of course not. So what we see today in the heart of Jerusalem is a Wailing Wall that surrounds a complex that was the former Fortress Antonia. In our time we call it Haram Shariff.
So what was the real location of Herod’s temple? This location was probably outside the Haram Shariff complex, to the south of it. There are two hills south of the Haram Shariff. The first one could be the Ofel, the most southern one was the hill on which the City of David was built. But this hill was lowered later on by Judas the Maccabee. This hill is also where the Gihon spring is. Herod’s temple could not be far off this spring (2). Herod’s temple was on this second hill south of the Haram. This all means that it is not necessary that the Dome of the Rock or the Al Aqsa mosque will be removed from the Haram Shariff, to rebuild the Third Temple. The Third Temple will be built simply outside the Haram. Under this real location of Herod’s temple the Ark of Covenant could be hidden. In this second hill south of the Haram where Herod’s temple was, could also the Ark of Covenant be hidden.
In Revelation 11:1 we read that the apostle John measures the Third temple. In Revelation 11:2 we read about the surrounded place of the nations. What else could this surrounded place of the nations be than the Haram Shariff (3). This means that the Haram Shariff as we know it is written in Revelation 11:2. It is here in the Haram Shariff where the two witnesses in the spirit of Moses and Elijah will be murdered by the beast and lay dead for three days. After these three days they will be resurrected from the death and skipp to heaven. The whole world will see this (3). Their journey to heaven resonates with Muhammed’s Night Journey in Sura 17:1.
The Haram Shariff is the surrounded place of the nations (Rev. 11:2) while the real temple complex with it’s surrounding walls sits outside the Haram Shariff on the hill where the City of David was located. It will be in this temple that the coming antichrist will rise a statue as we read in Matthew 24:15. From that moment on it will be the temple of Poseidon of Atlantis. I believe that this temple outside the Haram Shariff and the Dome of the Rock inside the Haram express the dualism that characterizes Atlantis. This dualism is very clearly expressed in Revelation 11:1 and 11:2. The dualism of Atlantis was expressed by it’s five twin kings and the Pillars of Hercules.
Zeus or Jupiter was in the Bible well known as Baal Tsaphon aka the sphinx in Exodus 14:1-2. Could it be that the Haram Shariff in Mecca with the central Ka’aba was an imitation of the Haram Shariff in Jerusalem? This Jerusalem Haram Shariff harbored the temple of Jupiter/Zeus. Do we realise how much Zeus looked like Muhammed and King Atlas of Atlantis…
1. Ernest L. Martin, www.askelm.com