Temple Location Series: Water supply, Cisterns, Conduits, underground chambers

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Temple Location Series:
Temple Mount underground cisterns, conduits and chambers.
This Temple location series is going to research the geographical, topographical, archaeological, historical, rabbinical and Scriptural evidence of the location of the Beit Hamikdash on the temple mount.
Ezekiel 43:10-12 Says
10 You, son of man, show the house to the house of Israel, that they may be ashamed of their iniquities; and let them measure the pattern.
If they be ashamed of all that they have done, make known to them the form of the house, and the fashion of it, and the exits of it, and the entrances of it, and all the forms of it, and all the ordinances of it, and all the forms of it, and all the laws of it; and write it in their sight; that they may keep the whole form of it, and all the ordinances of it, and do them.

12 This is the law of the house: on the top of the mountain, the whole limit of it round about shall be most holy. Behold, this is the law of the house.

(note, Please be mindful that the information on the PDF is base on years of research and investment and due to the topic and the lack of awareness of the information provided is important that you will value and be responsible with this PDF. One of my source alone cost me $300 for the information so consider the value of the information. This teaching is not base on assumptions, theories or ideas but on research verified by leading authorities in the archaeological, PEF and other researchers like Joseph Good and his work Measure the Pattern volume 1. I want to thank Joe Good for his dedication and his willingness to share, teach, and mentor me for the last 5 years.)
Please note: this is the abridged version. If you would like the full version, it is available in the Yeshiva section of the website.

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Rico Cortes

I am a teacher of Scriptures, Torah follower, and believer in Messiah Yeshua. I have been given the opportunity to share the Word of God with many believers around the world. My work as a servant of the Most High God has allowed me to be a voice to spread the good news of the New Testament, unveiling its truth through context and the obedience to the Almighty through his Torah.

9 thoughts on “Temple Location Series: Water supply, Cisterns, Conduits, underground chambers”

  1. Let me get this straight. Rain falls from heaven onto the Holy of Holy’s and the Holy place,
    then drains into cistern 28 where it is used to clean the temple floor as well as the Priests themselves. Could this be where the term Holy water comes from? Amazing!

  2. Wow Rico!!! Wow!!! This is fascinating and exciting! I was figuratively at the edge of my seat watching this, and I couldn’t stop until it was over. To me, this is the “Holy Grail” of any of your teachings. The one thing I wished there was an image of is the topography of Fort Dabaris before the fill between cisterns 14 and 15 showing the fort and the slope between the two cisterns. I guess I’ll have to imagine it. This has been an awesome experience. Thank you so much for all the time and effort you did in putting this teaching series out. I can’t wait for the next parts.

  3. The last cistern that you mentioned looks like the letter bet on the map showing the three expansions. It runs from the House to there. Only YHVH could lay that out. Thank you for teaching on the cisterns and their locations as they relate to the Temple.

  4. Wow! Amazing. So much there to confirm and show. Thanks for putting this together! I enjoyed it and learned a lot. Was fascinating to hear how they used the cisterns – like cleaning the floor of the temple. Thanks!!

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