Ron Wyatt discovered the Ark of the Covenant. This page will begin to explore whether the skull of Adam exists between
the chamber containing the Ark of the Covenant and the then surface cross-hole which bore the cross of Our Lord's Crucifixion,
cut out of the bedrock, 20 feet above the roof of the cave, where the Ark lies, and directly above the Ark itself.
Did the Blood of Christ, the Lamb of God - slain for our salvation, which as proven by Ron Wyatt fell on
the Mercy Seat of the Ark of the Covenant, after the earthquake rent the bedrock, also in
an intermediary position between the two, fall onto the skull of Adam as it descended the crevice,
aided by the water which also flowed from Christs side, down onto the Mercy Seat of the Ark; and thus was the sin
of Adam and his descendants not just in symbolic form, cleansed and atoned for in a visible physical
Christs suffering was physical as well as spiritual, hence it is reasonable to suggest that the atonement brought
about , the purification and justification wrought by Christs suffering and death on the cross had another physical
dimension as well, by his pure blood touching the skull of Adam before falling onto the Mercy Seat of the Ark of the
Covenant in atonement for our sins.*
This sprinkling of the blood of Christ on the Mercy seat of the Ark of the Covenant, is the 'anti-type'
to the old testament 'type' wherein the blood of a goat was annually sprinked on the Mercy Seat by the High Priest in atonement
for the sins of Israel.
AFTER THIS THE BLOOD WAS THEN SPRINKLED ON ALL THE CROWD
AND IS THIS NOT THEN THE 'TYPE' POINTING TO THE HOLY SACRAMENT OF THE EUCHARIST WHICH IS
THEN THE ANTI-TYPE when it is distributed to all the assembly?
Catholic tradition has it that the skull of Adam is indeed buried beneath the cross site. This is also portrayed in many
artistic works . Blessed Anna Maria Taigli, one of the most respected seers of the Catholic church also says as much.
Also the place where Christ was crucified is called Golgotha; or 'The Place Of The Skull" and although this may
refer to the skull shape, still visible in the cliff face, is this simply a coincidence?
Jewish tradition also has it that the skull of Adam was buried in Jerusalem by Melchisadek - taken on board the Ark of
Noah then taken to Jerusalem, the reputed site of the Garden of Eden, by Sem, one of Noah's three sons, whom The Book of the
Just, a highly esteemed book by the writers of the Old Testament, identifies as Melchisadek.If this is the case then the description
of Jesus Christ by St Paul as a High Priest or ever after the order of Melchisadek begins to make sense, for if Melchisadek
placed Adams skull where it would be later annointed by the blood of Christ in his offering of his blood for the redemption
of Adam and all his descendants, then he is thus acting as high priest indeed.
In the case that Christs blood first touched the skull of Adam, purifying and atoning for his sins and the
sins of his descendants in a physical way before descending onto the Mercy Seat, it was a beautiful
and complete plan and action, by our Divine Lord.
Jesus Christ adhered to all the customs of ancient Israel which He Himself instigated, even to the manner of His
shedding of His Blood for our salvation.
This adherance to customs is amply shown in the Gospels.
The exploration will involve the physical examination of the rock in the line of the crevice which extends from
the bottom of the crosshole to the roof of the Ark chamber, to try and see whether or not an intervening chamber small or
Is the discovery a way for the Jews who have not known Christ to begin to understand the mystery of Salvation?
whether or not Adams skull is involved? Yes.
Is this then the reason for its coverup - by the Kabbalistic Jewish authorities - just as they covered up the events
surrounding Christ's Resurrection, 2000 years ago.
. We could even speculate that the skull shape in the cliff face is no freak of nature, or act of divine intervention,
carved by the flood itself into the soft limestone, but was actually carved by the ancients to depict the place of burial
of Adam's skull.
In this case the name may derive from the latter and not the former.
This could also be the reason the place was chosen as the stoning ground by the Jews, as discovered by Wyatt.
A natural progression is evident from Adam, his fall, the fall of transgressors, the crucifixion of Christ and thus His
atonement for our sins.
The discovery by Ron Wyatt was made by the hand of God.
The direct link to the atonement practices of the Old Testament which as stated above were the 'type' pointing
to the 'anti-type', which is Christs atoning death
Also there is a direct link with Adam - if the evidence bears it out; thus signifying to all, the
universality of Salvation, for, we are all Adam's descendants.
"Because the life of the flesh is in the blood:and I have given it to you, that you may make
atonement with it upon the altar for your souls, and the blood may be an expiation for the soul."
Leviticus 17 -11.
We learn from scripture also that David took the head of Goliath to Jerusalem whom he had slayed.
'Gol' gotha could also be referring to the place of his skull as well, representing the fallen seed
of the devils perhaps.
His skull therefore in a completely new twist may be in Golgotha, representing the victory of Christ over sin in another
form, conquest of those who reject salvation.
Is his skull beneath Christs heel and thus beneath the cross as well?
This is simply speculation of course and not mentioned to my knowledge by the tradition of the church but by a modern
day pastor whose name escapes me at the moment..
Ron Wyatt believed that a large sword, 5', found in the Ark chamber ws the sword of Goliath.
*Mitigating against, at least a LARGE cavern, intermediate between the surface, at
the time, and the cave containing the Ark, is the testimony of Ron that he passed a measuring tape through the crack in the
bedrock to measure the distance of 20 feet from the roof of the chamber to the surface. This did not bend and sttck in
any intervening space, but this in itself proves nothing.