Enigmatic Dead Sea "Copper Scroll" Reveals the True Locations of Jerusalem's Lost Temple Treasures
Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz : Mar 28, 2017
Breaking Israel News
Using the Copper Scroll as a guide, an archaeologist discovered a small vial of Persimmon Oil used to anoint kings and high priests and a large quantity of what he believed was Temple incense.
(Israel)—[Breaking Israel News] A Noahide and former criminal investigator believes he has deciphered an enigmatic 2,000-year-old message known as the Dead Sea Copper Scroll, concluding that it is a treasure map leading to the hiding place of the lost Temple utensils. But while archaeological experts agree with his theory, the political complications of the region make it unlikely that the treasures will be revealed any time soon. (Wikimedia Commons)
The Copper Scroll, discovered in 1952 near Qumran on the shores of the Dead Sea, is an archaeological mystery. Though considered part of the famous Dead Sea Scrolls, the Copper Scroll differs in that it was found in situ—on location—and that unlike the other Dead Sea Scrolls, written on papyrus, the Copper Scroll, as its name suggests, was inscribed into a thin sheet of copper...
While the other Dead Sea Scrolls contain religious and Biblical works, the Copper Scroll is simply a list of 64...
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