STAR GATES: Recent discoveries Deep in the mountains of Kurdistan laid in caves for thousands of years here as one of the oldest civilisations known to man. “The Persian legend has it that of those young men who were saved from the voracity of the monster ZOHAK of the Persian mythology, which were fed upon human brains?? Read more: http://www.utaot.com/2012/12/23/kurdish-freedom-fighters-discovered-ancient-places-and-artifacts/
Clonycavan bog man. Recovered from a bog in Co. Meath, he had been disembowelled and struck three times across the head with axe and once across the body. The remains were radiocarbon dated to between 392 BC and 201 BC and, unusually, his hair was spiked with pine resin (a very early form of hair gel). Furthermore, the trees from which the resin was sourced only grow in Spain and south-west France, indicating the presence of long distance trade routes.
Biblical archaeology; recent discoveries: Rare Crusader coin found in Jaffa. Martin Peilstöcker and Amit Re’em, unearthed an extremely rare coin in the area of Jaffa’s flea market. It dates to the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem (1099-1291), the feudal state created by the first Crusaders.
Recent discoveries and research into the practice of offering sacrifice outside the Jerusalem Temple are actually supporting Lehi’s actions. Learn more at http://www.knowhy.bookofmormoncentral.org/content/how-could-lehi-offer-sacrifices-outside-jerusalem #knowhy #lds #bookofmormon #mormon #lehi #sacrifice #jerusalem #deadseascrolls