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The legendary Battle of Jericho and the Ark of the Covenant.
What is in the Ark? The Ark was built by Bezalel, ordered by Moses the Prophet.
Contents of the Ark
Jesus also spoke of the mysterious Ark’s contents, namely the living bread known as manna or mana.
Purpose of the Ark
The Battle of Jericho, an incident from the Book of Joshua in King Josiah’s reign, this being the first battle fought in the course of the conquest of Canaan.
Effects of the Ark of the Covenant
According to Joshua 6 1–27; “the walls of Jericho fell after they marched every day once for six days around the city and seven times on the seventh day then blew their trumpets.”
The Ark of the Covenant appears and acts like a frequency-based wave-form weapon.
The Ark had to be constantly relocated due to the radiation it poisoned the land and the people. Therefore we may find a correlation between the Comet legends and the myth of the Ark.
The Ark’s Description
The Ark of the Covenant also identified as the Ark of the testimony. In some verses across various translations of the Bible as the Ark of God, it is a gold-covered wooden chest with lid seal depicted in the Book of Exodus as carrying the Ten Commandments’ two stone tablets. According to the New Testament Book of Hebrews.
Hebrews 9:4 states that the Ark contained “the golden pot that had manna, and Aaron’s rod that budded, and the tablets of the covenant.”
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