Classic UFO


Sky Trumpets

Recent Intriguing
UFO Sightings

UFOs & Israel

Crop Circles
Signs In The Earth

The Star of David

Noah's Ark

Building The
Third Temple

The Bethlehem Star

The Real Mount Sinai

Parting the Red Sea

Hebrew gematria
Thirteen & 666

Mothership Zion
New Jerusalem

Star Tetrahedron
& The Unified
Field Theorem


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Where Did We Get
the Concept of a
Halo in Christian

I think there is evidence for halos in the Bible, but not as envisioned by most artists. Revelation 10:1 describes an angel clothed in clouds and a “rainbow” over his head.The angels that visited Ezekiel had what he described as “…something like an expanse, like the awesome gleam of crystal, extended over their heads.” Ezekiel 1:22 (NAS) That could very possibly be describing a glass-like helmet, something worn by many of our modern-day visitors.

Ezekiel's 4-faced angel
One artist's depiction of Ezekiel's four-faced angel Illustration reveals just how literal some interpretations are and enfluenced by the artist's prejudices and knowledge.

and Vessels
used in Feasts,
Ceremonies and
Temple Worship
by Priests

Although use of the Temple Implements were made via directions from God, Himself, the complete creation and proper use of these implements did not occur until the time of Solomon when the Hebrews built the permanent temple in Jerusalem. During Moses' reign, the chief priest was his brother Aaron. For more details see our section: Third Temple
Copper Laver or Muchni - The copper laver and stand, which stands in the Temple courtyard between the sanctuary and the outer altar, is the first of the Temple vessels to greet the priests each morning. There the priests wash their hands and feet before proceeding to attend to the daily tamid offering.
Mizrak - The priest collects the blood from the sacrifice into the Mizrak, and then spills the blood onto the corner of the altar.
Large Mizrak - The large mizrak, as the smaller mizrak, is used to gather the blood of the sacrifice, and to spill it onto the corner of the altar. The large mizrak is used when sacrificing larger animals, (cows and bullocks).
Three Pronged Fork - The three-pronged fork is mentioned in 1 Samuel 2:13. According to Rashi and Maimonides, the fork is used to turn over the offerings on the altar fire, or to lift up unconsumed portions of the offering so that the woodpile can be rearranged.
Measuring Cup
Measuring Cup - Measuring cups are used for measuring flour, wine and oil, of which specific amounts are prescribed to be used as ingredients in various offerings.
Copper Vessel
Copper Vessel - The copper vessel is used for preparing the meal offering. Meal offerings are made using various amounts of flour, oil and spices. 
Silver Shovel
Silver Shovel - The silver shovel is kept on the southwestern corner of the altar. The shovel is used for the removal of ashes left on the altar, the first task performed by the priests each morning at the break of dawn. 
Silver Vessel Wine Libation
Silver Vessel Wine Libation -The silver decanter is used for the wine libation. Wine is poured on the altar twice daily, morning and evening, accompanying the daily service.
Lottery Box or Kalpi - On Yom Kippur, the High Priest reaches into the lottery box and chooses lots. Thus is determined which goat will be used as an offering to G-d, and which will be sent off to Azazel, as an atonement for the sins of the people. During the First Temple, the lots were fashioned of wood. In the time of the Second Temple, they were of gold. The lots pictured above are fashioned of both wood and gold.
Silver Cup for Libations
Silver Cup for Water Libation - The silver cup, with the golden flask, is used in the Festival of the Water Libation, which takes place during the Holiday of Succot. At dawn, triests and levites, accompanied by the throngs of participants, wend their way down to the Spring of Shiloach. Water is drawn from the spring, and carried up the the Temple in the golden flask, where it is poured into the silver cup, as it rests atop the altar. 
Silver Libation Vessels - One of the main aspects of the holiday of Sukkot (Tabernacles) is the Biblical commandment, "And you shall be glad on your holiday, and you shall be only joyful" (Deut. 16:14). Indeed, the pilgrims who arrived in Jerusalem at the Temple's courtyard came to rejoice. The focus of this rejoicing was the ceremony surrounding the commandment to pour water on the altar - the water libation.

Sickle - On the 16th day of Nissan, in a public gathering on the outskirts of Jerusalem, the first of the barley crop is harvested using sickles. This barley is then brought to the Holy Temple to be used in the Omer offering.
Seives for Omer Offering - Once the barley is brought to the Temple Courtyard, priests beat, roast, grind, and sift the grain. A handful of the resulting flour is burned on the altar. The remainder is eaten by the priests.
Three Tier
3-Tiered Abuv - The Abuv is a three-tiered stand. The top level holds a perforated copper pan, and below it is a receptacle for hot coals. It is used for roasting the newly harvested barley of the Omer offering, performed on Passover.
Hatavat Menorah
Hatavat Menorah Cleansing Vessel - The daily service of the Temple includes the cleaning of the seven oil cups of the Menorah, using the vessel pictured above, (in Hebrew, Hatavah). The vessel includes tongs and a brush.
Oil Pitcher
Oil Pitcher - The oil pitcher is used to replenish the oil for the menorah. The design pictured above is based on an ancient coin from the Second temple period. This pitcher contains 3.5 lug, (2 liters) of oil.
Menorah Oil
Menorah Oil Flask - The small golden flask is used to pour olive oil into the menorah. The priest pours oil into this flask from the larger pitcher, which contains enough oil necessary for all seven lamps. This smaller flask is then used to replenish the oil of each individual lamp.  
Rankincense Censor
Frankincense Censor - Once a week, on the Sabbath, the twelve loaves of the showbread are removed by the priests, and replaced with new loaves. At the same time, the two portions of frankincense are also replaced. The two portions of frankincense are carried inside the gold Frankincense Censer. Still inside the censer, they are placed on the table of the showbread.
Incense Chalice
Incense Chalice - The incense chalice, which holds "half a portion" (approx. 200 grams), of the incense offering ingredients. The chalice is carried into the Sanctuary of the Temple, where the golden incense altar stands. Upon entering the Sanctuary the priest sounds the small ring-shaped bell seen on the top of the chalice cover.

Incense Shovel

Incense Shovel - This shovel is used to remove burning coals from the outer altar. The priest then carries the coals on this shovel into the sanctuary, where the coals are used on the golden incense altar.  
Menorah - The menorah, made from a single piece of solid gold, stands in the southern side of the Sanctuary. Each morning a priest prepares and rekindles the wicks. The central wick, known as "the western candle" is required to burn perpetually. The oil and wicks of this candle are changed in such a fashion as to insure that it will never be extinguished.  
Showbread Table
Showbread Table - in the northern side of the Sanctuary stands the table of the Showbread. The table is made of wood, overlaid with gold. Upon it are placed the twelve loaves of showbread. Each Sabbath, the loaves are simultaneously removed and replaced by fresh loaves, so as to insure that these loaves remain "perpetually" on the table. Miraculously, the week old loaves being replaced also retain their heat and freshness. These loaves are distributed among the priests.
Incense Altar
Incense Altar - Centrally located in the Sanctuary, between the menorah to the south, and the table of the showbread to the north, stands the incense altar, directly in front of the Holy of Holies, to the west. The incense altar, made of wood covered with gold, is employed in what is considered to be the most beloved aspect of the Temple service in G-d's eye: the incense offering. In order to allow for every priest to perform this most prized of offerings, a daily lot is drawn. Only those priests who have never offered incense upon the altar are allowed to participate.
arc with sphere
Ark of The Covenant - This is one implement/vessel that no one really knows what it looked like because of its secrecy. Even when carried before the Israelites during moves or battles, it was covered by a special cloth and no one could see it. When Christ returns we'll see exactly what the "wings of angels" really look like!
Priestly Garment
Ephod or Breastplate
Ephod or Breastplate - This was a special and mysterious part of the priestly garment with significant powers. The twelve semi-precious stones in the breastplate represent the twelve tribes of Israel.
Tzitz Crown
Tzitz or Crown - One of the four "golden garments" of the high priest is the crown, fashioned from one single piece of pure gold. The crown is worn across the forehead, extending from ear to ear, (as pictured in the inset above). It is held in place by a string dyed in the same blue color as used in all the high priest's garments. The crown bears the inscription: "Holy to G-d," and is worn by the high priest at all times, while he is officiating in the Temple.  
Silver Trumpets
Silver Trumpets - In the Holy Temple, silver trumpets are used during the Divine service, as well as for announcing the arrival of the Shabbat, the New Moon, the three Festivals, and for other various occasions.

Gold Shofar

Gold Shofar - The gold-plated shofar, (ram's horn), is blown in the Holy Temple on Rosh Hashana.
Silver Shofar
Silver Shofar - The silver-plated shofar, (ram's horn), is blown in the Holy Temple on fast days. 
David's Harp or Nevel
David's Harp or Nevel - The harp, or nevel, is a prominent instrument used by the Levites in their orchestral accompaniment to the Divine service. 
Lyre - The lyre, or kinnor, like the harp, is frequently mentioned in the book of Psalms, as being a feature of the Levitical orchestra which performs in the Inner Courtyard of the Holy Temple. 
Tetrahedron - The equilateral triangle represents the triune Godhead of Christianity: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. You could say, "Three aspects (facets) but one essence."
The Star of David
Star Tetrahedrons
Crop Circle tetrahedron
Pope's mitre
The Pope's Mitre

Flower of Life

Single Sphere
The first step in forming the Seed of Life (or Flower of Life) is to begin with a circle (as in a 2D model) or a sphere.

Vesica Piscis
The Vesica Piscis is formed from two intersecting circles of the same diameter, where the center of each circle is on the circumference of the opposite circle.

Third Day of Creation
7 = Completion
"And on the seventh
day God rested.

globe USA
Image 1: Jesus in the Fields
Crop Circle shape that appeared in Wickham Green (North of the M4) July 30, 2010.
Image 2: Jesus in the Fields
Crop Circle shape that appeared in Wickham Green (South of M4) July 30, 2010.
2. Next, I turned it roughly 90 degrees so that the parallel lines through the design were vertical, not angled
4. Next, I made a second copy and gave it a gray color to represent shading. Then I combined the two -- with the second placed slightly offset. It was now taking shape as a distinctly bearded male face with thinning hair.

5. To further "humanize" it, I gave it a softening "box blur". Now that's a face I recognize, but from where? After going through my files I discovered the following:

shroud image
6. The Shroud of Turin is said to be the burial cloth of Christ. Above, is the impression of Christ's face from the object. The monastary housing the priceless relic in Turin, Italy has kept it through the centuries and through one major fire that nearly destroyed it. I wondered how that image would line up with our crop circle image.
7. Here, I overlaid the Shroud of Turin image just to see if it would line up. Amazingly, the shroud image matches exactly to the crop circle image
8. What's even more amazing is the circles at the top that I thought showed a balding man's pate were actually defining the puncture wounds in the Savior's hairline
10. . The shroud exhibits the blood running down Christ's forehead from the "crown of thorns." Note that they run down and to the sides of the head indicating seepage after Christ's body was layed flat on his back.
Jesus face
Absolutely clever beyond conventional human cunning. You be the judge.


Club of Rome logo
Policy arm of the U.N.
un global compact

The Five
Platonic Solids
– aka –
Sacred Geometry


European Union
U.N. Badge
United Nations
Human Rights
IAEA logo
International Atomic
Energy Agency

flying lion
flying leopard
beast with 10 horns

Revelation's Scarlet Beast


The Kings of
Daniel's Captivity

Darius III

defeated by
the Greeks

alexander the great



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Babylon Head of Gold



flying lion
flying leopard
beast with 10 horns

secret societies nameplate
skull and bones
Skull and Bones
3 times 22 = 666
freemason symbol
Freemason's Society
all-seeing eye
All-seeing eye
of the Illuminati
novus ordo seclorum
"Favor Our Undertakings"
novus ordo seclorum
"A New World Order"
Freemason's on currency
Freemason's Symbol
on Our Currency
Hindu's Third Eye
Egyptian Third Eye
Egyptian Third Eye
John Hancock signature
starbucks logo


Starbucks's earliest logo featuring an odd two-tailed seductress called a siren comes from Greek mythology where she was also a symbol of war.
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Only ONE stands
above the rest
major religeons
Major Religions of the World
Atheist symbol

Symbol for Secular
includes the
letter A for atheist

Symbol for Atheism
anarchist head
Anarchist symbol
Freemasons logo
The Freemason Society Freemasonry highly values
its historical connection
to the Knights Templar
and Jesuit Catholics
Hermetic Brotherhood of Light - logo
Hermetic Brotherhood
of Light
The Grande Scarab - logo
Ancient Egypt's
Sacred Scarab
Anonymous logo
trust yourself
Believe in Yourself

American Eagle button
The U.S. Dollar
is a "promissory note"
and is only backed by the
good faith of its government
World Currency

Currencies are controlled
by various governments'
Central Banks
$100 bills

The U.S. Dollar
is currently the world's
Reserve Currency
China's Rinumri

China is pressing the IMF
to make its Renminbi
a reserve currency

BRICS logo3
BRICS flag buttons
• Brazil • Russia • India
• China • South Africa
BR logo
Belt & Road Initiative
Belt & Road puzzle
Joining China to
European Markets
BRICS Youth Movement -  logo
SRCIC logo
Silk Road Chamber
of International
A 75 member Sino-Asian organization dedicated to empowering its members to become the world's leading economic power
OECD logo
Organization for Economic
Cooperation & Development

United Religions
Pope's communist ties
UR - Uniting all the world's
religions under one banner
headed by the Pope
Institute for the
Institute for the
Works of Religion
world env. day logo
united federation
Universal Peace Federation
Zen Swastika
Buddhist Symbol
Isis with ankh
Goddesses Isis
and/or Ishtar
World Interfaith Harmony Association
World Interfaith
Harmony Association
- a United Nations Group

Pop culture is
drawn to the dark side
Eye of the beast
Pilot take selfie
Classic Lucifer
Ram of Xerxis
Ram Riders from The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies - A Peter Jackson film of spectacular CGI effects which uses many images imagined from Bible visions of the prophets.
Seal of the President of the United States
Seal of the President
of the United States
DOD logo
U.S. Military
The most fearsome
military the world
has ever known
US Strategic Command - insignia
Space Command  logo
Space Command
those in charge of America's
first line of defense
ARMY insignia
US Navy emblem
US Air Force emblem
US Marine Corp emblem
USCOM emblem
Marine Special Forces emblem



NATO button
North Atlantic
Treaty Organization
International Security
Assistance Force
NATO logo
NCI Agency logo
NATO Communications
& Information Agency
Evidences of
"Alien" visitations
since the dawn
of time?

The following relics have been collected from all over the world and have an eerie resemblance to modern extraterrestrial sightings. You be the judge:
  Wandjida petroglyph  
God's Building
Blocks of
The Universe:
Star Tetrahedron
Double Tetrahedron
Double Tetrahedron
simple tetrhedron spheres
Seven: The number
of completion
Seal of Solomon
The Seal of Solomon
Flag of Israel
Flag of Israel

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