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The Temple at Jerusalem: a Revelation

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A constant theme in Biblical prophecy is that one day the long-lost Temple at Jerusalem, founded by King Solomon in the 10th century BC, will be seen once more, greater and more splendid than before.

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The Temple
at Jerusalem:
a Revelation

John Michell

A constant theme in Biblical prophecy is that one day the long-lost Temple at Jerusalem, founded by King Solomon in the 10th century BC, will be seen once more, greater and more splendid than before.

This will inaugurate the Millennial process, leading to the reunion at Jerusalem of all the twelve tribes of Israel and finally to the reappearance of divine order upon earth.

With the recent discovery of the site of the Temple, this prophecy seems ripe for fulfilment. Through studies of the dimensions and street pattern of old Jerusalem, John Michell reveals the once and future Temple stamped with a clear message which will change the lives and minds of all who care to read it.

This is a considered contribution to the current peace process in Israel and Palestine – a potential resolution of the conflict over control of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.

John Michell

JOHN MICHELL, who passed away in 2009, is recognised as the world authority on ancient science, geometry and religion, and has been much quoted in the media as the expert on ancient civilisations and what they reveal to us. He was the author of the seminal View over Atlantis over thirty years ago. He had a long association with Glastonbury. His numerous books cover a diverse range of subjects but they have a common theme: the re-emergence of a golden age. His long association with and extensive visits to Jerusalem, in pursuit of the Temple, have finally born fruit with this Revelation for the new Millennium.

 

The Temple at Jerusalem:
a Revelation

John Michell

234 x 156 mm, 80 pages, diagrams and maps, ISBN 0 906362 51 2

Samples:
Solomon's Temple, its reappearance
The Twelve Tribes and the Temple

Also: New Light on the
Ancient Mystery of Glastonbury

Or: Guide to Sacred England