Beginning Here and Now_ Ark of the Covenant.mp3
The explicit instructions to see and commune with God, by means of the Aron Kodesh (AR-K).
"Anyone who has heard of or participated in Christianity or Judaism knows about “the Ark.” Most Christians and Jews would say there are two Arks. But in fact, when we examine the scriptural evidence we discover there are not two Arks. Even if we study only the literal meaning of the scriptures we will find there are many more Arks in the Bible. If we rely on the Latin and later translations of the Bible, we can find at least four Arks. But if we look into the actual scriptures in the Hebrew language, we discover that there is not a single Ark anywhere in the scriptures. The word Ark does not appear in Hebrew, ever. Our English word “Ark” comes from a Latin word. We need to understand that this idea that we have inherited of a literal “Ark”—be it a boat or a box—is just a symbol, a myth. The real meaning is far more important and far more mysterious."
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"The greatest joy for the Gnostic is to celebrate the discovery of some of his defects."