The New American: In this interview with The New American magazine’s Senior Editor Alex Newman, investigator and researcher Jim Barfield explains how he used the Copper Scroll to locate a massive treasure associated with the First Temple of the Jews described in the Bible. Barfield, who leads the “Copper Scroll Project,” has so far not been given permission to dig at the site. This is due to political sensitivities involving Arabs and the Jewish State of Israel. However, Barfield and others who have examined the evidence are sure they know just where the treasure is.
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Opinion: The motive for the coming war of Gog and Magog is simply this:
“to take plunder and to take booty, to stretch out your hand against the waste places that are again inhabited, and against a people gathered from the nations, who have acquired livestock and goods, who dwell in the midst of the land.” Ezekiel 38:12
For 2500 years prophecy students have speculated about the plunder. Is it Israel’s oil and gas finds that have occurred since 2009? Or is it King Solomon’s Temple treasures? Some Bible teachers speculate that Solomon was the world’s only trillionaire.
Excerpt: Joel Rosenberg 2006 fictional thriller called the Copper Scroll.
On June 1, 1956, the New York Times broke a story that captured the imagination of the world. Another Dead Sea Scroll had been found, unlike any before it, describing unimaginable treasures worth untold billions buried in the hills east of Jerusalem and under the Holy City itself.
In the years that followed, some scholars came to believe the Copper Scroll could be history’s greatest treasure map, one that could lead to the discovery of the Second Temple treasures and the building of the Third Jewish Temple.
But the scroll’s code has never been broken, and experts from all sides warn that any effort by Israel to rebuild their Temple in Jerusalem would undoubtedly unleash a war of biblical proportions.
With so many prophecies close to fulfillment, Jim Barfield finds himself caught in the volatile political environment of today’s Middle East. Sit back and enjoy more on the Copper Scroll