Ark of the Covenant

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Arche de l’Alliance or the Ark of the Covenant, in this French image, illustrates the curious image of cherubim and their wings reaching to connect. A ‘covenant’ is an agreement which I often thought concerning, but found justifiable from the standard religious view. The French translation however, is ‘alliance’ which suggests two parties working together against others.

Montage of Moses in the King’s Chamber of the Great Pyramid of Giza. Egypt

“And it came to pass, when Moses came down from Mount Sinai with the two tables of testimony in Moses’ hand, when he came down from the mount, that Moses wist not that the skin of his face shone while he talked with him.”

Exodus 34:29

“For the cloud of the LORD was upon the tabernacle by day, and fire was on it by night, in the sight of all of the house of Israel, throughout all their journeys.”

Exodus 40:38

I would not be the first to suggest that the Ark is a technology, in the above passages Moses appears to suffer from radiation poisoning and the tabernacle appears to house an overloading power source. One needs to rearrange the Bible version only slightly to imagine that Mt Sinai (the location of which is not agreed upon) is the Great Pyramid. And considering the similarity of the dimensions of the Ark and the internal dimensions of the coffer, it’s likely the Ark wasn’t constructed by the Israelites but was removed from the coffer.

The coffer has a badly damaged corner, conventional wisdom suggests that this is the work of tourists wanting a souvenir, but considering the hardness of the stone this seems doubtful. More likely seems a deliberate attack to remove the now missing lid, and gain access to the contents.

Funerary temple of Ramses III Medinet Habu, Luxor, courtesy of

Similar Arks appear in hieroglyphs, often barks (or boats) on top with veiled space above, somewhat akin to the Hebrew tabernacle.

Considering the biblical exodus, there were 2 major exile phenomenons in Egyptian history which could be in effect be the same thing – in the Bible story Moses also left twice. The second Egyptian exile involves Akenaten (wiki) and a huge entourage, He installed a form of monotheism in Egypt (which incited revolt) and presumably became the biblical Arron, brother of Moses, high priest and head of the Levites. The brother of Akenaten was Thutmose (a common pharaoh name, meaning ‘Son of Thoth’) who presumably became Moses and took the mantel of leadership over the 12 exiled tribes.

Back in Egypt it took a while for the remainers to realise or find it a problem that the Ark had also left, presumably that is why the Bible story includes the Pharaoh changing his mind about releasing the Israelites and chasing after them.

Replacing Akenaten as Pharaoh is Smenkhkare (wiki) he rules from 1335 BC till his death the next year, in 1334 BC. Smenkhkare was married to Meritaten daughter of Akenaten (clearly her name is the same as Rekhmire‘s wife Merit with the addition of the aten (wiki) suffix.) Meritaten (wiki) then rules until her death 2 years later, in 1332 BC. Then Akenaten’s young son Tutankhamun (wiki) rules for nine years, untii his death in 1323 BC, whilst still a teenager.

Clearly Egypt had been thrown into turmoil by the exile, finding itself without the Ark, and presumably without the technology it contained.

The top of the Ark is the ‘Mercy Seat’, which can be translated into a trinity word form. Mer is French for ‘Sea’. Seat in Latin is ‘Sedes’, the Vatican’s “Holy See” involves an abbreviation of ‘sedes’ to ‘see’, this holy see refers to the shape of the Vatican territory.

So Mer – cy – Seat, translates (in quite a cumbersome way) to Sea- cy – See, which phonetically is a trinity similar to that described in Mer in Language. This trinity also connects the Mer word to the idea of a shape or geometry. This also makes it seem that the real meaning of the Vatican’s “holy See” is holy Mer.

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