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These treasures discovered in Jerusalem prove EVERYTHING

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Jerusalem is a city that has been around for centuries. There are many treasures that lie below that show us the history of the city. These discoveries are amazing!

The Treasures Under Jerusalem

Many of us know the city of Jerusalem as a hip happening city. What many people might not know is what lies underneath. Multiple archaeologists have been underground searching through rubble to find any artifacts. That will give us an insight into how our ancestors lived.

As a result of all this digging, much of which is done by archaeologists from the City of David. An archaeological site located just outside of the Old City of Jerusalem. Many treasures have been found underneath the streets of Jerusalem. Not only these treasures but also the stories, we have from the Bible we can relive history. Equally important it shows that this amazing city once belonged to our ancestors over 2000 years ago.

From The Bible

Shown here, in this video is a golden bell. In the Bible, in the book of Exodus, it talks about golden bells on the clothes of the High Priest. The sounds of the bells would alert the people of the City that the High Priest was coming. Exodus Chapter 28 Verse 33-34 “And upon the skirts of it, thou shalt make pomegranates of blue, and of purple, and of scarlet, round about the skirts thereof; and bells of gold between them round about: a golden bell and a pomegranate, a golden bell and a pomegranate, upon the skirts of the robe round about.”

In light of finding these treasures, we have proven that there once was civilization here. Furthermore, it confirms that there is a strong Jewish connection to the land of Israel, more specifically the city of Jerusalem. Verifying, even more, so that the stories in the Bible are real. Additionally, with technology in today’s world and with Carbon Dating we can prove how old the stones are. Stones that have been found here, some with pictures of the Menora on it. Corresponding to the Menora that is described in the Bible that was built for the Temple.