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Archaeological Dig

a Passion for TRUTH

Before I finished boarding school in NZ, I wanted so badly to become an archaeologist, but I was talked out of it - "there is nothing left to find" and at the bottom of the planet, I was gullible enough to believe them.
How wrong were they! 

I believe it is no longer acceptable to accept blindly what we have been 'told' and 'continue to be told' through the shell of mainstream media and education and the current narrative.
The world's depiction of reality, of truth is not the Truth!

Real Evidence is in the Bible as our beginning point,
the rock upon which we plant ourselves, our faith.
Facts are not readily published nor recognised by general public.

Rather, a narrative on acceptable 'beliefs' are pushed through the social political and economic agendas today.

Like archaeologists, we have to have a

passion for the facts,

a burning desire for the truth

be diligent in digging through the rubbish
to find it!


Deborah hand

My hand on the ancient rock of Mt Moriah, under the Temple Mount, in the tunnels under the Western Wall in Jerusalem. Feb 2020.

"It felt so solid, dense, cold and smooth. I was the only one in our group to reach out and put my hand on it, and as I did I prayed. I was filled with a sense of purpose, profundity and significance of the history of this spot."

On this mountain, Adonai provided for Abraham, Isaac, and later David.
He sacrificed Himself at this place, the Holy Temple of the Israelites, God's chosen was built here, the ark of the covenant was treasured here in the Holy of Holies, Methuselah King-Priest of Israel descended this mountain to greet Abraham with a first recorded communion, and it is the place where our LORD will come upon His Return.

Revelation 22:20
"He which testifieth these things saith, Surely I come quickly. Amen. Even so, come, Lord Jesus."

Amen, Come Lord Jesus!


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