Archaeology & History
Uri Geller says he knows where the Ark of the Covenant is
By T.K. Randall
January 6, 2022 · 26 comments
Does Geller really know where the Ark is located ? Image Credit: PD - BRBurton
The Israeli spoon bender is no stranger to making 'out there' claims, as evidenced by this most recent example.
The golden chest believed to have held the stone tablets on which the Ten Commandments were inscribed, the Ark remains one of the most sought-after and mystifying religious artifacts in history.
For years researchers have attempted to determine where it might be or if it even still exists at all. It's last known location was King Solomon's Temple, but when the Babylonians conquered Jerusalem the temple was destroyed and the Ark disappeared along with it.
It's ok though, because now Uri Geller believes that he has figured out where it is.
The Israeli psychic, who is well known for bending metal spoons, wrote in a recent Tweet that he knows where the Ark is located and that he intends to go and find it.
"I know where the Ar[k] of the Covenant is I will find it mark my words," he wrote. "It will be an earth-shattering historical tsunami and an archaeological and a theological earthquake."
"Dowsing ancient soap factory I located under my museum gave me the inspiration!"
"Yes my dear friends the opposition will be huge but we are talking about an item that is holy and nothing will come in its way to be freed and shock the world into a biblical historical reality."
Given that Geller has yet to provide any specific details of his alleged discovery, however, it remains very difficult to corroborate his claim.
All things considered, it is in fact highly unlikely that he has any idea where the Ark is at all.
Source: Uri Geller
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