they hid their treasures in caves

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half life over
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they hid their treasures in caves

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"At 2,500 feet, Ethiopia's 'Abuna Yemata Guh' is arguably the most inaccessible place of worship on Earth, carved into the side of a cliff, with a sheer drop of 650 feet on all sides." (ref 1) A man-made cave was recently discovered by archaeologists in Ethiopia. They have no idea who carved it. It reminds me of this passage: "They went to live in caves in the mountains, but in them, they had hidden all their treasures, and they made images of Jessos." (ref 2)

What makes this so interesting is the fact that it is a Christian shrine high in the mountains and inaccessible to people, in the middle of nowhere. The Oera Linda book clearly says that false priests of Jesus were doing this, and there is an uncanny resemblance to what is written.


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1 - https://www.thearchaeologist.org/blog/a ... n-ethiopia

2 - https://sacred-texts.com/atl/olb/olb43.htm
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half life over wrote: 07 Sep 2023, 15:38 references:
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https://sacred-texts.com/atl/olb/olb43.htm
I replied to this reference in another thread.
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Video by Robert Sepher, starts on east Afrika around 3.50
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=X7j-CFZoT ... 5zYSBtdXNh

Before, I interpreted the text as referring to Buddists, since Jessos was Buda and Buddist monks retreat to mountains. But a bunch of Christian Orthodox monistaries are mountainous too. A great borg/berg.
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