The Truth about the 3rd Jewish Temple in Jerusalem (by Mr Nizin R. Lopez)


On December 06, 2017 Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America, the most powerful nation on earth, recognized Jerusalem as the official capital of Israel (a new Balfour declaration). Trump also stated that the U.S. government plans to move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

(president Donald J. Trump, his daughter Ivanka is married to an Ashkenazi Jew named Jared Kushner)

What we have here is the full implementation of the Zionist project. This is beyond the Jerusalem Embassy act, this is about the re-building of the famous Beit HaMikdash on Mount Moriah. This controversial Temple was razed to the ground by the Roman general Titus Vespasianus in 70 A.D. Now Trump is giving the Ashkenazi Jews the green light in order to rebuild the Temple as if he was a new “Cyrus”. Trump knows very well that this will ignite the sparks of World War III.

Should the entire world burn in flames because of a tiny place called Israel? What has Israel given us? If World War III takes place millions of people will die. All this for the pride of Ashkenazi-Israel? The funny thing is that Ashkenazi Jews are descended from a Slavic-Turkic people known as “the Khazars”, they have nothing to do with the Jews who confronted the Vespasians back in the days. And what the hell are they gonna do once the famous Temple is rebuilt in Jerusalem? A Temple for what? To honor who? The Anunnaki god YHVH? These are legitimate questions that demand legitimate answers. In order to understand this conflict of cosmic dimmensions, first we must understand the history of the famous Beit HaMikdash.

(the Jewish Temple on Har HaBayit)

Who built the first Temple on Mount Moriah? Answer: based on the information provided by the Tanach, Solomon, son of David, did. Then some time in 587 B.C. Nabuchadnezzar II, king of Babylon, destroyed it and exiled the Israelites. The Bible implies that Ezra the priest rebuilt it.

Then later on Titus Vespasianus, son of the Roman emperor Vespasian, razed the temple to the ground in 70 A.D. (Nabuchadnezzar style)…nothing remained. The Jews at that time underwent a genocide, the survivors were enslaved and exiled.

Years passed. On May 14, 1948 the State of Israel was established in Palestine thanks to Britain and America (the new Rome). On December 06, 2017, president Trump, the new emperor of Rome (America) recognized Jerusalem as the official capital of Israel, a new “al-Nakba”. Obviously, this means that the Ashkenazi Jews are ready to rebuild the Temple that Titus razed to the ground in 70 A.D. In order for this to happen, the New World Order needs a fresh bloodbath:

⦁ in order to create the State of Israel, 6 million Jews had to be sacrificed in Europe. This is why the secret government created Hitler and his Nazis (a necessary evil). Without the Holocaust there would be no Israel.
⦁ in order to establish the Temple in the area of Haram al-Sharif (in Jerusalem) a new bloodbath is needed.

The New World Order needs W.W. III to take place, they will allow the Arab-Muslim world to cannibalize the Jews for a little while. When the blood lust of the secret government is satiated, they will rebuild the famous Beit HaMikdash on Mount Moriah (Jerusalem will become an International City backed by the United Nations).

This my dear friends is the secret agenda, the agenda of those who wish to establish a “one world government” with its headquarters in Jerusalem. Benjamin Millikovsky (Netanyahu) knows this very well, he knows that his people will have to pay a very heavy price for the so-called temple. He knows that he and his family will be safe.

(euphoric crowd of Palestinians dancing with the entrails of two reservists of the IDF on 10/12/2000. Bibi knows that a new Holocaust is going to take place in Palestine but he believes it will be for the greater good in the end)



First things first. Solomon, son of David built the first Temple on Mount Moriah, right? This is what he have been programmed to believe. The ugly truth is that Solomon is a fictional character created by the scribes who manufactured the Tanach. The closest thing there is to a historical Solomon is Pharaoh Amenhotep III of the XVIII dynasty (son of Thutmoses IV). There was no mind-blowing magnificent Jewish Temple in Jerusalem in the days of the pacifist Amenhotep III. Let me say that again:

“King Solomon is a fictional character fabricated by scribes. Solomon is based on the historical figure of pharaoh Amenhotep III.”

The white Ashkenazi Jews in charge of the modern Jewish world don’t want you to know that the real Solomon was a man of color who ruled in Egypt, not in Jerusalem. There was nothing significant in Jerusalem in those days. Yes, pharaoh Amenhotep III exercised influence in Syria-Palestine but he was not a Jewish king based in Jerusalem. So, forget about Solomon. And who destroyed the temple built by Solomon? Well, the Bible, the word of “God”, says that Nabuchadnezzar, king of Babylon, did it. Who exactly is Nabuchadnezzar? What do we know about him? There were four kings that went by the name of Nabuchadnezzar.

(we have been brainwashed into believing that Solomon looked like the modern Ashkenazi Jews. Scene from the 1997 film ‘Solomon’ by Roger Young)


One of the most magnificent pharaohs of all time was Amenhotep III, son of the giant Thutmoses IV and queen Mutemwiya. Amenhotep III did not need to be a warrior-king like Thutmoses III, he was a brilliant strategist that won battles through diplomacy. During his time Egypt was the most powerful nation in the ancient world and enjoyed good relations with other major powers. Pharaoh Amenhotep III ruled supreme. The great Nubmaatra is also remembered for his ambitious building projects and for his many wives. Overall, pharaoh Amenhotep III ruled for approximately forty five years, he was buried in tomb KV 22 in the famous Valley of the Kings, in Thebes (in Egypt).

(pharaoh Amenhotep III)

If we examine the life of Amenhotep III and the life of Solomon we will indeed see that they share striking similarities. In fact, Amenhotep III and Solomon seem to be a reflection of each other. This is what connects them:


During the rule of Amenhotep III Egypt had great wealth, prosperity, unparalleled security, balance, and ultimately peace. All this greatness came not from military endeavors but from international trade and tactful strategies: the Biblical Solomon brought wealth, prosperity, and luxury to Israel and Judah. His reign was characterized by ‘PEACE’. The name Solomon (Shlomoh) literally means “peaceful one” or “the one who brings peace”.


Pharaoh Amenhotep III was a prolific builder who completed many monumental projects. He reconstructed and remodeled temples and subsidiary buildings: King Solomon was also involved in mega-projects. Based on what the Bible says, he built a majestic Temple for his God YHVH (a house for the Lord). This sanctuary took seven years to build. He also built walls around Jerusalem and he erected a palace for himself.


Amenhotep III ruled more or less for thirty nine years, he must have been around forty five when he died. As we mentioned before, he is buried in the Valley of the Kings, in Thebes: The 1st Book of Kings says that overall Solomon reigned in Jerusalem (over all Israel) for forty years. Both Amenhotep III and Solomon ruled for the same length of time more or less.


Amenhotep III had a large-and ever-increasing number of ladies in his harem though he had a primary Egyptian wife named Ti’y (daughter of a noble named Yuya). Some of his wives were foreign princesses, the outcome of diplomatic marriages. It is said that Amenhotep III had many, many wives: The Bible says that King Solomon loved many foreign women besides the daughter of pharaoh (even though it was forbidden for the Israelites to intermarry). It is said that he had 700 wives and 300 concubines. It looks like the Biblical Solomon was beloved by the Egyptian goddess Hathor!

So, can we say that Amenhotep III and Solomon are one and the same? They are very, very similar. One is an Egyptian and the other one is an Israelite but they are pretty much identical.

(Mr Abba Eban)

In his book “HERITAGE: civilization and the Jews” Abba Solomon Meir Eban, Israeli diplomat & politician [born in Africa] insinuates that Amenhotep III had a strong connection with the Hebrews. A hint? Jews could never say openly that the historical Solomon was really a dark skinned Pharaoh named Amenhotep III. So yes, the Biblical Solomon is really pharaoh Amenhotep III. There was no great-magnificent Jewish Temple on Mount Moriah in the days of Amehotep III or in the days of his son Akhenaton. Solomon didn’t build anything.

(here’s Akhenaton, son of Amenhotep III. it is said that in the times of Amenhotep IV there was a ruler in Jerusalem named Abdi-Khepa. He was of course a vassal of pharaoh, a servant, certainly not an “emperor” like the Biblical Solomon)


Most people have heard about a Babylonian king named Nabuchadnezzar (N’bu-kudurri-ssar). Everyone knows that he plundered Judah and Jerusalem and that he took the Israelites captive to Babylon. How do people know this? Well…we have relied on a source of information known as “the Bible”. Have people researched historical and archaeological sources when it comes to Nabuchadnezzar? Answer: for the most part “NO”. The world has chosen to trust the Bible, the unquestionable word of “GOD”.

(Alexander the great enters Babylon, homeland of Nabuchadnezzar. Scene from the 2004 film “Alexander”, directed by Oliver Stone)

The world imagines Nabuchadnezzar as a brown-skinned Arab looking king, like Saddam Hussein, but, is this the truth? The Rabbis for example say that Nabuchadnezzar blasted Jerusalem in 587 B.C. Well, the only Middle Eastern king that was vibrant at that time & truly significant was Cambyses I of Persia (590-559). This Cambyses is not known for subjugating Jerusalem or for enslaving any Israelites. Cambyses II, the son of Cyrus the great, is not known for blasting the Jews either (the Bible says that the Assyrian war machine had exiled Israel to the lands of the Medes in previous times).

Some scholars have stated that there were four Babylonian kings that went by the name Nabuchadnezzar, they claim that the one who conducted five campaigns against Jerusalem was Nabuchadnezzar II, contemporary of Pharaoh Necho II of the XXVI dynasty. These raids supossedly took place from 598 B.C. to 582 B.C. (Cyrus I ruled Persia from 620-590). The Nabuchadnezzar that had friction with the Egyptian folks of the XXVI dynasty, was he really that important?
So, who is this famous Nabuchadnezzar of “Gilgamesh status”? Should we digest everything that the Bible tells us simply because it is the Holy Bible, the word of God? Can we rely on politically correct archaeologists that are scared of challenging religious authorities? Can we rely on the holy word of National Geographic? The sacred scriptures say that he (Nabuchadnezzar) destroyed the Temple built by King Solomon but as we have already seen, the closest thing to a “historical Solomon” is pharaoh Amenhotep III. This political strategist and pacifist didn’t reign over Palestinian Jerusalem, he reigned in Egypt.

As one can see, this is very confusing:

• Based on the Tanach, Nabuchadnezzar destroyed a Temple that was located in Jerusalem/Palestine. If Solomon can be identified with Amenhotep III, then the Temple was not in Jerusalem but in Egypt.
• The Biblical Nabuchadnezzar is said to have destroyed this Temple in 587 B.C. The only significant Middle Eastern king at that time was Cambyses I and he didn’t have any important campaigns in what is today Jerusalem.

It is not easy to solve the “Nabuchadnezzar-Israel” puzzle. It is said that the last significant king of Babylon was a folk named Nabonidus, he was deposed by Cyrus (Nabonidus was unpopular with the priests of Bel). Nabonidus ruled from 556 to 539 B.C. He fathered a son named “Nidintu-Bel” who took the royal name of Nabuchadnezzar III but he didn’t last for too long either, Darius I executed him. Then finally there was an Armenian named Arakha who styled himself as a new Nabuchadnezzar in Babylon (Nabuchadnezzar IV). In 521 B.C. Arakha and his followers were mutilated and impaled. The Nabuchadnezzar puzzle surely is complicated (the scribes who fabricated the Bible made it complicated on purpose).

One thing is certain, when one opens the Bible and reads about Nabuchadnezzar, he or she automatically thinks of this king as a “very ancient king”…one would never identify this Nabuchadnezzar guy with Alexander III of Macedonia.

(the warrior-king Alexander III the great. Babylon became the center of his empire, he lived in the former palace of Nabuchadnezzar)

The Temple of Solomon that was destroyed by Nabuchadnezzar was the “TYRE TEMPLE”, meaning the fortified city of Tyre/Lebanon blasted in 334 B.C.E. In other words: the Orthodox Rabbis encrypted Alexander III the great as Nabuchadnezzar. Again: Nabuchadnezzar is really Alexander the great, king of Macedonia. The “Jerusalem-Temple” is an allegory to the island-city of Tyre. This happened in Phoenicia/Lebanon, not in al-Quds.

(everything indicates that the phenomenon known as “the 1st Temple” is symbolic of the fortified city of Tyre conquered by the Macedonians. This means that the 1st Temple was in the land of Hezbollah, not in Ashkenazi-Israel)


• Psammtek I (Wahibre), 664-610.
• Necho II (Wahemibre), 610-595. Contemporary of Nabuchadnezzar II of babylon.
• Psammtek II (Neferibre), 595-589.
• Apries (Wahibre), 589-570.
• Amasis II (Khnemibre), 570-526.
• Psammtek III (Ankhare), 526-525. Psammtek III was defeated by Cambyses II in 525.


The book of Ezra and the book of Nehemiah mention the return of Judah, Benjamin, and Levi to the Holy land. Based on what the Tanach says, the remnant of the Babylonian exile returned to Jerusalem in order to rebuild the Temple of YHVH. Apparently the kings of Persia gave the Israelites the green light they so desperately needed in order to re-build the famous Beit HaMikdash (Trump style). Some Bible scholars believe this took place in the days of Artaxerxes I, predecessor of Darius II. Reconstructing the Temple was not by any means an easy task, it would take years of excruciating effort plus, some of Israel’s neighbors were hostile to the mega-project. Based on what the Bible says, the Temple of YHVH was completed in the days of Darius:

“They completed this house on the 3rd day of the month of Adar, in the 6th year of the reign of king Darius. The Israelites-priests, Levites, and the other returned exiles-celebrated the dedication of this house of God with joy”.

(Ezra 6:15-16)

This took place in the days of Darius I Hystaspes or in the days of Darius II? We don’t know for sure.
When one reads both the book of Ezra and the book of Nehemiah, he is under the impression that this highly significant “house of God” was built in Jerusalem, meaning in Palestine (al-Quds). Could it be possible that the temple mentioned in the book of Ezra and in the book of Nehemiah was an allegory to a Jewish temple that once stood in Elephantine/Egypt? From a merely historical perspective, there are six papyrus letters written in Aramaic that ring a bell when it comes to the famous temple of the pro-Persian politician named Ezra. These controversial letters were discovered by German archaeologists in the 1900’s and they are housed in the Berlin Museum. It is said that these letters date to a period between 420 and 407 B.C.E. (Aramaic was the ‘Lingua Franca’ during the Period of Persian domination).

The Jewish temple mentioned in these ancient letters was not located in Palestinian Jerusalem but in the Egyptian island of Elephantine, in Upper Egypt (opposite Syene, modern Aswan). It was pretty much a Jewish garrison with a full-sized temple right next to the shrine of the Egyptian god “Khnum” (fashioner of the gods). The letters discovered by German archaeologists belonged to a certain Yedoniah, son of Gemariah, leader of the community of Judah in Elephantine. Who was Yedoniah exactly? Was he a representative of Jerusalem or a delegate from the Persian court? We don’t know for sure but what is known is that he was not a native of Egypt.

The letters speak of a community of Judah residing in Elephantine, a community that longed for the re-building of their desecrated temple. Based on the information provided by these letters, in the 14th year of Darius II, when Arshama, Persian governor of Egypt, was out of the country; the priests of “Khnum” issued an ultimatum stating that the temple of YHW had to be destroyed. The temple was indeed razed to the ground and burned in fire by the troops of Nafaina, son of Vidranga (Vidranga was the governor of the Elephantine island). It is said that Nafaina’s troops were composed of Egyptians, Arameans, Caspians, and Khwarezmians (they were supposedly stationed in the ports of Aswan). The temple of YHW was blasted in 410 B.C.E. to be exact.

“If to our Lord it is good, take thought of that temple to (re) build (it) since they do not let us (re) built. Regard your obliges and your friends here in Egypt. May a letter from you be sent to them about the temple of YHW the God to (re) build it in Elephantine the fortress just as it had been formerly.”

The Elephantine Jews who requested permission from the authorities in Palestine wanted people to believe that their temple was very ancient indeed. So far we know that the construction of this controversial temple was allowed by the Saite rulers, before Cambyses II conquered Egypt in 525 (Cambyses defeated pharaoh Psammenticos III). The Persian king destroyed all the temples of the gods of Egypt but for some reason he did not touch the temple of YHW in Elephantine. It is undisputable though that the original god of Elephantine was “Khnum”, not YHW.

The Greek historian Herodotus speaks of a people known as “the fish eaters of Elephantine” who spoke the Ethiopian tongue, they worked as ambassadors for Cambyses (Herodotus, Book III). Herodotus also states that pharaoh Psammenticos assigned an Egyptian garrison to Elephantine (to guard it against the Ethiopians). This garrison was later taken over by Cambyses’ troops (Herodotus, Book 2.30.2).

The community of Judah in Elephantine…did they have some type of connection to the land that the Egyptians called “Retjenu”? The answer is yes, the papyrus letters say that they exchanged letters with leaders in Judah, Jerusalem, and Samaria. The letters says that the unfortunate incidents in Elephantine (concerning their beloved temple) were reported to Yehohanan the priest and to all the other priests in Jerusalem. They also reported the misfortunes to Ostanes, brother of Hanani and to Lord Bagavahya of Judah. The Jewish temple of Elephantine was never rebuilt. So, are there any parallels between the Bible and the six papyrus written in Aramaic? The answer is yes:

• The remnant of the Babylonian exile (Judah, Benjamin, and the Levites) attempted to rebuild the Jerusalem-Temple once destroyed by Nabuchadnezzar: the community of Judah in the Elephantine Island tries to rebuild their temple. They request permission in order to do so.
• Nehemiah 3:33-34 mentions an adversary of the Israelites known as “Sanballat the Horonite”, a representative of Samaria: the Elephantine letters mentions “Delaiah and Shelemiah”, sons of “Sanballat, governor of Samaria”.
• Nehemiah speaks of a brother of his named “Hanani of Judah”, he asks him about the remnant preserved after the captivity and about Jerusalem (Nehemiah 1:1-2): the papyrus letters speak of incidents reported to a certain Avastana, brother of “Anani” (Hanani?) and to all the other officials of Judah.

Everything seems to indicate that the information found in the book of Ezra and in the book of Nehemiah is misleading. The temple mentioned in these two books refers to the temple of the community of Judah in the Elephantine Island (in Egypt, not in Palestine). When exactly did the Jews of Elephantine begin having a conflict with the priests of Khnum? It is said that in the times of pharaoh Djoser (III dynasty) there was rivalry between the priests of Khnum (of the Elephantine Island) and the priests of Isis (of the nearby island of Pylae), this was a territorial conflict. The original gods of the Elephantine Island were Khnum (the ram-headed god of Elephantine), Satet, and Anuket. This means that the Elephantine Island is really property of the priests of “Khnum”. At some point, some people who apparently identified as Jews showed up there and erected a temple to YHW but they were not the original inhabitants of Elephantine.

(pharaoh Djoser [Netjerikhet], c. 2667-2648 B.C.E. he was the brother of Sanakhte. Relief of Djoser from subterranean gallery beneath southern tomb, east wall)


• Cambyses II (Mesutire), 525-522. Son of Cyrus the great by Cassandane, daughter of Pharnaspes. Buried at Takht i-Rustam, near Persepolis.
• Darius I (Setutre), 521-486. Eldest son of Hystaspes, son of Arsames the Achaemenid. Buried at Naksh-i-Rustam at Persepolis.
• Xerxes I, 485-465. Son of Darius I and Atossa, daughter of Cyrus.
• Artaxerxes I (son of Xerxes), 465-424.
• Darius II (423-405).
• Temporary expulsion of the Persians: Artaxerxes II (405-359).

So we see, we have been programmed to believe that a Jewish politician named Ezra rebuilt the Temple destroyed by Nabuchadnezzar….right? As we already know, Solomon didn’t build anything in Jerusalem, Solomon is really Amenhotep III. Nabuchadnezzar II couldn’t destroy a temple that was never built in the first place (the Temple destroyed by Nabuchadnezzar is really the “Tyre Fortification” blasted by Alexander the great in 334 B.C.E.). Ezra? The Jewish temple mentioned in the book of Ezra and in the book of Nehemiah is an allegory to a temple from Elephantine/Egypt. We’ve been lied to!


“The Jews had thus far remained nearly invisible to Alexander and his generals, though the Macedonians had crossed right through their territory and even, perhaps, entered the holy city. Not a single historian of the Alexander period mentions the Jews or Jerusalem, an omission that a later writer, the Romanized Jew Josephus, takes as a sign of ill will.”

(Ghost on the throne [the death of Alexander the great and the war for crown and empire], by James Romm. Alfred A. Knoff. pg 186)

Without any doubt whatsoever, there was a Jewish Temple in Mount Moriah in Jerusalem in the days of the Vespasians who served Nero. This is an undeniable-historical fact. Who erected this temple? We already know that Solomon didn’t build anything, we already know that Nabuchadnezzar II couldn’t destroy something that was never built in the first place, and we already know that Ezra’s acquitectural projects are associated with Egypt, not with Jerusalem. So, who built the temple destroyed by Titus in 70 A.D.? The truth is not easy to swallow, most people are not ready to deal with this.

The phenomenon known as the “2nd Temple” began not as a temple but as an army reserve, it was built in the days of the Macedonians, sometime after the death of Alexander III the great in 323 B.C.E. This is the ugly truth that the world is not ready to accept.

(Alexander the great, son of Phillip II of Macedon)

What do the Rabbis say about Alexander when it comes to his campaign in Syria-Palestine? Jewish tradition says that after the siege of Tyre (Phoenicia) Alexander had some type of interactivity with the Samaritans. Jewish sources claim that the people of Sebastes tried to turn Alexander against the Jews but they failed in their attempt. The truth is that Alexander’s army established a garrison in Samaria in the days of Sanballat III, the man in charge was a Macedonian commander named Androchus. After a while the Samaritans rebelled and burned the garrison commander alive (in 331 B.C.E.). Alexander punished them severely.

The Jews claim that Alexander went up to Zophim, a location in the North of Jerusalem and that there HE KNELT BEFORE THE LEADER OF THE JEWS. The main Jewish authority at that time was either Jaddua (Jaddus) or a certain Simon the righteous who was supposedly a priest.

Based on what the Jews say, Alexander honored Simon, the chief priests, the elders, and the leading citizens. He also offered sacrifices in the Temple and granted them (the Jews) many privileges. Jewish sources also claim that the main leader of the Jews at the time, the Kohen Gadol, appeared to Alexander in a dream confirming his victory over Darius. We are of course expected to believe this but, the truth is that this is a Jewish fable, nothing more. Why would a SHA of SHAS like Alexander kneel before a few non-Macedonians who were narrow-minded monotheists? Why would a “Dionysos lover” like Alexander bow before Jaddus or Shimon? Are we expected to believe that drunken-pagan Alexander renounced polytheism for the sake of Rabbinical monotheism? Really!

Also, how is it possible that Alexander didn’t notice the magnificent Beit HaMikdash, the great Temple of Jerusalem? He paid more than enough attention to Tyre and he certainly paid attention to fortified Gaza! Obviously, there’s something that the Rabbis don’t want us to know. The Macedonians certainly interacted with the people of Samaria but as far as Jerusalem goes …no one knows for sure what took place (that is “IF ANYTHING AT ALL” took place). One thing is clear, more than clear:

In their infinite arrogance the Jews expect us to believe that Alexander, king of kings, master of the world, an Achilles type of hero, a semi-divine being, knelt before the Jews and recognized YHVH as the ‘TRUE LIVING GOD’. This is not just a lie, it is “A PATHETIC LIE”. Phoenicia, Samaria, and Gaza were more important than Jerusalem in the days of Alexander. There was no Jewish Temple in Jerusalem in those days, there was nothing significant on Har HaBayit, nothing. The so-called temple project began sometime after the death of Alexander in 323 B.C.E.

Could it be possible that the Temple destroyed by Titus in 70 A.D. was built in the times of Antiochus IV Epiphanes, king of the Seulecid kingdom? As crazy as this sounds but this could be the actual truth. Could it be possible that the ultra-kosher Temple of the orthodox Jews is an offshoot of pagan Macedonia? If this is the truth the Orthodox Rabbis would never allow people to know about it (Romans 15:26 links Macedonia with Jerusalem). The 1st book of Maccabees says that in the times of Antiochus IV Epiphanes a gymnasium was built in Jerusalem. This book also declares that he, Antiochus IV Epiphanes, son of Antiochus III, built the city of David:

“Then they built up the city of David with a high, massive wall and strong towers, and it became their citadel. There they installed a sinful race, perverse men, who fortified themselves inside it, storing up weapons and provisions, and depositing there the plunder they had collected from Jerusalem.”

(I Maccabees 1:33-35)

It is said that on the 15th day of the month of Chislev, in the year 145, the Seulecid king erected a statue of Zeus Olympios in the temple. Zeus Olympios is the “Baal Shammaim” of the Syrians (Lord of the heavens). When one reads the 1st book of Maccabees he or she might be under the impression that when Epimanes got there, everything was already set up. But, could it be possible that the Syro-Macedonian military base built in Jerusalem has something to do with the Temple blasted by Titus? Later on the hero Judah Maccabee (an ally of Rome) reconstructed and purified this Temple:

“At that time they built high walls and strong towers around Mount Zion, to prevent the gentiles from coming and trampling over it as they had done before.”

(I Maccabees 4:60)

There is a tablet from the 2nd Temple period with an inscription written in Greek forbiding the Greeks entering the Temple area under penalty of death. If the Temple destroyed in 70 A.D. was actually built in the times of the Seulecids, then that would mean that the famous “Beit HaMikdash” is not as ancient as we thought. Yes, it is true that king Yaua, son of Humri, bowed to Shalmanaser III the king of Assyria. But, the Temple that Titus razed to the ground came about in the times of the Seulecids.

The Orthodox Rabbis and the Israeli prime ministers have sold us a fake image of Jerusalem, they want us to believe that there was a king named Solomon that built a magnificent Temple in Jerusalem….the truth is that the Temple destroyed by Titus in 70 A.D. was erected sometime after the death of Alexander III the great, it was built by Macedonians. Forget about Solomon!

(on September 04, 2017 Bibi Millikovsky met with the Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev “in Jerusalem”. Why is Bibi so excited about this meeting? He knows that Jerusalem is connected to ancient Macedonia! Notice that the Macedonian flag and the Israeli flag are “centrifugal”)

(Zoran Zaev by the Kotel in the heart of Jerusalem)


The Orthodox Rabbis expect us to believe that the Beit Hamikdash, meaning the Jewish temple on Mount Moriah has been erected twice and has been destroyed twice. King Solomon, son of David, established it, then Nabuchadnezzar came and razed it to the ground….eventually Ezra showed up and re-built it, then Titus Vespasianus, son of the emperor of Rome blasted it in 70 A.D.. Finally, on December 06, 2017, Donald Trump, president of the United States of America (the new Rome) decided to recognize Jerusalem as the official capital of Israel. Basically, Trump implied that the Ashkenazi Jews who rule over Palestine have the right to re-build their glorious Temple on Mount Moriah. As we already know, the outcome of this will be World War III.

All this chaos, for what? Solomon didn’t build anything in Jerusalem. Nabuchadnezzar II didn’t destroy Jerusalem (Alexander did destroy the island-city of Tyre). Ezra didn’t rebuild anything and the temple destroyed by Titus is the offshoot of a Macedonian garrison. This once again, is the ugly truth that nobody is willing to accept.

⦁ Israel is an artificial presence in the Middle East, a project of the British Empire, nothing else (a European Crusade of Macedonian aroma).
⦁ Ashkenazi Jews are descended from a Slavic-Turkic people known as “the Khazars”, they come from proselytes. Sephardic and Mizrachi Jews come from converts too, there are no pure-golden lineages. There is no such thing as “RETURN” to the Holy land. Nobody can claim ancestry from the Jews who lived in Palestine in the days of the Romans. There are no pure races.
⦁ The Palestinian Arabs living in the West Bank and in Gaza, they are the outcome of all that has happened in that land, they are “what remained”. Whether you love them or you hate them, they are the indigenous people of the land. Is Jerusalem theirs? The Al-Aksa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock were established on Har HaBayit in order to prevent the Jews from re-building the Temple. The Jews are not perfect but the Palestinians are not perfect either!

(the ancient “Peleset” who invaded Egypt in the days of Ramsses III. They were sea fearers associated with Attica and Crete, it is a known fact that they settled in the coasts of Palestine)

This my dear friends is the truth, the ugly truth nobody will accept. The re-building of the 3rd Jewish Temple in Jerusalem is absolute madness, president Trump believes it will bring peace and security to the region but it will bring World War III instead (beyond the shadow a doubt). Millions will die. The question is, for what really?



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