Saturday, July 7, 2012

Reality Is Breaking Through

The reason I usually post to this blog is because I'm excited about something, and I need to share it with people.  This time it is this: it appears that there is evidence within the scriptures to corroborate the story about the ark of the covenant being under Golgotha when Jesus Christ was crucified--thus some of his blood (and some of the water that was mixed with it) making its way down through cracks in the rock to rest on the mercy seat (the top part of the ark of the covenant).  1 John 5:8-9 says, "For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one.  And there are three that bear witness in earth, the Spirit, and the water, and the blood: and these three agree in one."

The three that bear record in heaven are what counts--it goes without saying.  Now, the three witnesses on earth--the Spirit, the water, and the blood--are interesting.  I've never really thought about this verse before, only because it seemed quite enigmatic.  But if the Apostle John was hinting at what Ron Wyatt discovered back in the 1970s--the ark of the covenant being hid under the Place of the Skulls--then it makes a lot of sense.

This blood has twenty four chromosomes.  The twenty fourth chromosome--from a father who was/is not a man--is a y chromosome.  And to this date the blood on the Shroud of Turin has not been tested, to see if the blood on both objects match.  This is most suspicious.  I predict a clone!  Actually I suspect a clone.  That's why they won't look into the blood-type of the blood that is on the Shroud of Turin; they've already discovered that the blood-type found on the mercy seat is AB negative.

Now that we are in the final year of this the 5th world age--of the Great Year (about 26,000 years long)--we are about to be shown the Ark of the Covenant, I think.  And the blood-type on the shroud will be revealed.

God willing, I'll write about the Sudarium of Oviedo--the face cloth that was used in Jesus' burial--and how it corroborates the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin in my next post.  But even without the Sudarium the fact that the image on the shroud exists is proof enough that it was put there supernaturally.  And he to whom the image belongs is alive now.