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LOCATION OF THE JEWISH TEMPLE ~ PART 2: OPHEL MOUND VS TEMPLE MOUNT PODCAST SATELLITE: THE VOICE OF ISRAEL

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PODCAST SATELLITE
THE VOICE OF ISRAEL
Shevat 8, 5782

Prince Handley
President / Regent
University of Excellence

LOCATION OF THE JEWISH TEMPLE ~ PART 2

OPHEL MOUND VS TEMPLE MOUNT

מיקום היסטורי ואמיתי
 
Prince Handley 24/7 Commentary (FREE) > BLOG
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DESCRIPTION
In this session we will discuss several items that reveal difference between the currently referred to area of the Temple Mount … AND … where the First and Second Temples (including the Roman rebuild of the Jewish Temple on those locations) were actually located.

We will discuss the following:


■ Size of the Temple compared to Dome of the Rock Complex = Roman Fortress Antonia.
■ Eye witness certifications of both the location of the Jewish Temple AND destruction of the Jewish Temple.
■ Location of the Temple as certified by the Holy Scriptures.
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LOCATION OF THE JEWISH TEMPLE ~ PART 2
OPHEL MOUND VS TEMPLE MOUNT
 
The construction of the Third Jewish Temple could begin immediately IF the Jewish leaders ... and the Temple Institute ... understood that the First and Second Jewish Temples were NEVER located on the Dome of the Rock Complex or Haram al-Sharif.

This is Part Two in a Series to develop a construct proving that the Jewish Temple was NOT on the traditional location (referred to as the Temple Mount), but was in the City of David. In this message we develop the construct that the First and Second Jewish Temples were located on the Ophel mound just to the north of the original Mount Zion on the southeast ridge.

WHO WAS JOSEPHUS

Titus Flavius Josephus, born Yosef ben Matityahu, was a first-century Romano-Jewish historian and military leader, best known for The Jewish War, who was born in Jerusalem—then part of Roman Judea—to a father of priestly descent and a mother who claimed royal ancestry.

Born AD 37/38, Jerusalem—died AD 100, Rome—was a Jewish priest, scholar, and historian who wrote valuable works on the Jewish revolt of 66–70 and on earlier Jewish history. His major books are History of the Jewish War (75–79), The Antiquities of the Jews (93), and Against Apion.

Josephus' works are the most thorough histories of the period that we have. So long as we retain some skepticism, his writings provide the greatest insight into what happened to the Jewish people during a five hundred year period.

IMPORTANT

Josephus lived in Jerusalem BEFORE the destruction, DURING the destruction, and AFTER the destruction of the Second Temple.

According to the historian Josephus Flavius, hundreds of thousands of Jews perished in the siege of Jerusalem and elsewhere in the country, and many thousands more were sold into slavery.

Texts by Josephus mentioned that Herod stated dogmatically that his Temple (though enlarged to be double in size of the former Temple) was still located in the same general area as that of the former Temples.

The eyewitness account of Eleazar―who led the final contingent of Jewish resistance to the Romans at Masada―stated that the Roman fortress which had long been in Jerusalem was the ONLY structure left by 73 C.E.

In other words, Messiah Yeshua (Jesus) was right:

As Yeshua left the Temple and was going away, his talmidim came and called his attention to its buildings. But he answered them, “You see all these? Yes! I tell you, they will be totally destroyed—not a single stone will be left standing!” [Mattiyahu (Matthew) 24:1-2]

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NOTICE
The stones of the Roman Fortress (Fort Antonia) were left standing where the Dome of the Rock Complex (Haram al-Sharif) is NOW located … referred to commonly as the Temple Mount area.
____________________


The Dome of the Rock is built on top of the Foundation Stone, which is sacred to both Jews and Muslims. According to Jewish tradition, the stone is the “navel of the Earth”—the place where crea

PODCAST SATELLITE
THE VOICE OF ISRAEL
Shevat 8, 5782

Prince Handley
President / Regent
University of Excellence

LOCATION OF THE JEWISH TEMPLE ~ PART 2

OPHEL MOUND VS TEMPLE MOUNT

מיקום היסטורי ואמיתי
 
Prince Handley 24/7 Commentary (FREE) > BLOG
____________________________

DESCRIPTION
In this session we will discuss several items that reveal difference between the currently referred to area of the Temple Mount … AND … where the First and Second Temples (including the Roman rebuild of the Jewish Temple on those locations) were actually located.

We will discuss the following:


■ Size of the Temple compared to Dome of the Rock Complex = Roman Fortress Antonia.
■ Eye witness certifications of both the location of the Jewish Temple AND destruction of the Jewish Temple.
■ Location of the Temple as certified by the Holy Scriptures.
____________________________
 
LOCATION OF THE JEWISH TEMPLE ~ PART 2
OPHEL MOUND VS TEMPLE MOUNT
 
The construction of the Third Jewish Temple could begin immediately IF the Jewish leaders ... and the Temple Institute ... understood that the First and Second Jewish Temples were NEVER located on the Dome of the Rock Complex or Haram al-Sharif.

This is Part Two in a Series to develop a construct proving that the Jewish Temple was NOT on the traditional location (referred to as the Temple Mount), but was in the City of David. In this message we develop the construct that the First and Second Jewish Temples were located on the Ophel mound just to the north of the original Mount Zion on the southeast ridge.

WHO WAS JOSEPHUS

Titus Flavius Josephus, born Yosef ben Matityahu, was a first-century Romano-Jewish historian and military leader, best known for The Jewish War, who was born in Jerusalem—then part of Roman Judea—to a father of priestly descent and a mother who claimed royal ancestry.

Born AD 37/38, Jerusalem—died AD 100, Rome—was a Jewish priest, scholar, and historian who wrote valuable works on the Jewish revolt of 66–70 and on earlier Jewish history. His major books are History of the Jewish War (75–79), The Antiquities of the Jews (93), and Against Apion.

Josephus' works are the most thorough histories of the period that we have. So long as we retain some skepticism, his writings provide the greatest insight into what happened to the Jewish people during a five hundred year period.

IMPORTANT

Josephus lived in Jerusalem BEFORE the destruction, DURING the destruction, and AFTER the destruction of the Second Temple.

According to the historian Josephus Flavius, hundreds of thousands of Jews perished in the siege of Jerusalem and elsewhere in the country, and many thousands more were sold into slavery.

Texts by Josephus mentioned that Herod stated dogmatically that his Temple (though enlarged to be double in size of the former Temple) was still located in the same general area as that of the former Temples.

The eyewitness account of Eleazar―who led the final contingent of Jewish resistance to the Romans at Masada―stated that the Roman fortress which had long been in Jerusalem was the ONLY structure left by 73 C.E.

In other words, Messiah Yeshua (Jesus) was right:

As Yeshua left the Temple and was going away, his talmidim came and called his attention to its buildings. But he answered them, “You see all these? Yes! I tell you, they will be totally destroyed—not a single stone will be left standing!” [Mattiyahu (Matthew) 24:1-2]

 ____________________

NOTICE
The stones of the Roman Fortress (Fort Antonia) were left standing where the Dome of the Rock Complex (Haram al-Sharif) is NOW located … referred to commonly as the Temple Mount area.
____________________


The Dome of the Rock is built on top of the Foundation Stone, which is sacred to both Jews and Muslims. According to Jewish tradition, the stone is the “navel of the Earth”—the place where crea

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