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Sunday, November 3, 2013

How many stones?

This single mysterious stone could change the course of Jerusalem's future. If its significance is upheld it will certainly be one of the most hotly demanded locations in the world. Presently buried underground, excavations will shortly expose it to the public view. It's location dates back to the oldest time in Jerusalem's history, the early bronze age, but the stone is more likely middle bronze age - the time of Jacob.

If you count 12 stones, then this may just be the famous stone of Jacob's dream. 


The stone is located on a high-ridge above the Gihon Spring. To find out more see the video below and explore the previous articles



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