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The Holy Grail and Ark of Covenant could be buried beneath this English house

The Holy Grail and Ark of Covenant could be buried beneath this English house

[ad_1] The treasures of the Knights Templar might lie hidden within a complex network of subterranean passages and chambers beneath this grand estate. (CREDIT: Creative Commons) In a breathtaking discovery, esteemed historian and anthropologist David Adkins has begun a daring journey that could unveil a fabled trove, rumored to encompass the Ark of the Covenant and the Holy Grail, concealed beneath the venerable Sinai Park House near Burton. Famed for his earlier unearthing of the 10,000-year-old skull “Greta,” David Adkins entertains the conviction that the elusive treasures of the Knights Templar might lie hidden within a complex network of subterranean passages and chambers beneath this grand estate. Sinai Park House, a majestic landmark in Burton, is believed to rest upon caverns of such vastness that they could potentially rival the size of Westminster Abbey, as asserted by a geologist. This revelation has piqued the interest of both historians and treasure hunters alike, as they contemplate the implications of such a discovery. Historian David Adkins believes the Knights Templar hid treasure in Burton. (CREDIT: David Adkins) …

Poole cyber security firm C3IA Solutions re-signs armed forces covenant at Blandford camp

Poole cyber security firm C3IA Solutions re-signs armed forces covenant at Blandford camp

[ad_1] Poole-headquartered cyber security firm C3IA Solutions first has reaffirmed its commitment to the UK military and the Blandford-based Royal Signals – re-signing the Armed Forces Covenant. The company, which employs 150 staff, was established in 2006 by Matt Horan and Keith Parsons and first signed the covenant in 2016. READ MORE: Dorset’s C3IA Solutions collaborates on instant triage system for battlefields Both founders and numerous staff at the firm, which works in the defence and security sectors, have formerly served in the Royal Corps of Signals. Attending the signing ceremony at Blandford camp was Deputy Chief of the General Staff and Master of Signals Lieutenant General Dame Sharon Nesmith, C3IA Solutions managing director John Botterill (also a former Royal Signals officer) and Emily Kadoch, Wessex Reserve Forces and Cadets’ Association’s (RFCA) employer engagement director Botterill said: “We are truly honoured that Dame Sharon counter-signed our recommitment to the Armed Forces Covenant, just as we were honoured when the previous Master counter-signed our original covenant. “Our company’s connection to the Royal Signals remains incredibly strong …

The Ark of Covenant and Holy Grail could be hidden beneath this English house

The Ark of Covenant and Holy Grail could be hidden beneath this English house

[ad_1] The imposing landmark in Burton may be lying on caverns vast enough to contain Westminster Abbey, according to one geologist. (CREDIT: Creative Commons) In a stunning revelation, renowned historian and anthropologist David Adkins has embarked on a quest that may lead to the discovery of a legendary treasure, including the Ark of the Covenant and the Holy Grail, concealed beneath the historic Sinai Park House near Burton. David Adkins, known for his previous discovery of the 10,000-year-old skull “Greta,” believes that the lost treasures of the Knights Templar may be hidden within a labyrinth of tunnels and chambers beneath this imposing manor. Sinai Park House, a majestic landmark in Burton, is believed to rest upon caverns of such vastness that they could potentially rival the size of Westminster Abbey, as asserted by a geologist. This revelation has piqued the interest of both historians and treasure hunters alike, as they contemplate the implications of such a discovery. David Adkins, who has diligently researched the connections between this Midlands property and the Knights Templar, an elite …

Will a muon detector uncover the secret hiding place of the Ark of the Covenant?

Will a muon detector uncover the secret hiding place of the Ark of the Covenant?

[ad_1] Jewish Priest carrying the Ark of the Covenant across the Jordan RiverBy Benjamin West, 1800, Wikipedia, Public Domain One of the Bible’s biggest mysteries involves the disappearance of Israel’s Ark of the Covenant. It was the most important piece of furniture in the Jewish Temple, as the very presence of God rested between the two golden cherubim located on top of a box. However, it disappeared around 587 BC when the Babylonians sacked Jerusalem, destroyed the temple, and hauled the temple furniture off to Babylon. The ancient writers even provided a list of items taken to Babylon and, mysteriously, the Ark of the Covenant was not on the list (2 Kings 25:13-16). This leads many to speculate that the Jewish priests had hidden it before Jerusalem’s fall. It may have even been stashed away in the same spot, the Ark was hidden three centuries earlier when the Egyptians stormed Jerusalem and sacked the Temple, hauling off its furniture. The Bible’s writers listed all the items taken and, similar to what happened with the Babylonians, …

L.A. County will redact racist restrictive covenant language

L.A. County will redact racist restrictive covenant language

[ad_1] The requirements to live on the San Fernando Valley lots were clear in 1915. Any building, including the roof, must have two coats of paint. The fences “shall be” stained, painted or whitewashed. Wedged just after a prohibition on liquor sales, the land record for the subdivision of the Los Angeles Farming and Milling Co. Rancho demanded that “no part of said premises shall ever at any time be sold, conveyed, leased or rented to any person of African, Chinese or Japanese descent.” Racially restrictive covenants like this were commonplace in Los Angeles County in the early 1900s, ending only after the U.S. Supreme Court and federal law barred their enforcement. But if you buy a house in L.A. County today built before 1968, you’d probably still see the language in your land records. But that’s soon to change. In response to a new state law, L.A. County has hired a company for about $8 million to redact racially restrictive covenant language from millions of county records. The process is expected to take at …

School leaders’ Ofsted support under ‘Caversham Covenant’

School leaders’ Ofsted support under ‘Caversham Covenant’

[ad_1] Heads in Southampton will get help to deal with ‘the strains of Ofsted’ in new scheme named after Ruth Perry’s school Heads in Southampton will get help to deal with ‘the strains of Ofsted’ in new scheme named after Ruth Perry’s school More from this theme Recent articles Schools leaders in Southampton have launched a new support network to “help each other through the strains of inspections”. Called the ‘Caversham Covenant’ in memory of head Ruth Perry, heads in the Ofsted “window” will get a “buddy” so they “know there is someone they can talk to before, during and after inspection”. Other support will include a directory of staff with Ofsted experience that can be called on over concerns about the conduct of inspections. There will also be an “understanding that for negative Ofsted inspections, the default solution is to support the head and current leadership team to address the issues causing concern”. Caversham was the name of the Berkshire primary school led by Perry, who died by suicide. A coroner ruled an Ofsted …