by Alfred Lambremont Webre
Seattle Exopolitics Examiner
January 30, 2011

from Examiner Website

Spanish version




A second independent video (far below) and news report emerged today on January 30, 2011 confirming the authenticity of the UFO orb over Mount Zion and the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem at 1 AM on the morning of January 28, 2011.

On January 28, 2011 at 1 AM, a UFO orb appeared over the Mount Zion and the Dome of the Rock-Temple Mount in Jerusalem.


A video of the UFO orb states,

“Two men capture a film of what might be one of the most interesting UFO clips ever caught.


"Witnesses noticed the large oval shaped UFO suspended on the night skyline. At about one minute into the clip the UFO descends almost to ground level directly over the Dome of the Rock-Temple Mount. The oval UFO hovers there for a short while, flashes lights into surrounding buildings then shoots upwards at an incredible speed. Witnesses were totally taken back and amazed at what they had just seen.”


Videos of Dome of the Rock UFO orb

View a video with both independent videos of the Dome of the Rock Video seen side by side:





One UFO specialist in UFO orbs after viewing this video wrote the following to this reporter,

“Presumably you noted the lights on the Mothership near the end of the second video.”



2nd independent video of Dome of the Rock UFO orb over Jerusalem

January 28, 2011

The UFO orb shoots upward at tremendous speed at 42 seconds into the video.






Original video of Dome of the Rock UFO orb over Jerusalem

January 28, 2011




Original video of Dome of the Rock UFO orb





Three questions now linger for UFO and Exopolitics experts and observers around the world:


  • Question #1:

    Is the Dome of the Rock UFO orb a genuine ET phenomenon?


  • Question #2:

    Is the ET or interdimensional intelligence behind the Dome of the Rock UFO Orbs sending an intentional, meaningful “context communication” to humanity by this UFO event?


  • Question #3:

    Does the Dome of the Rock UFO event fit the pattern predicted by former NORAD officer Stanley A. Fulham in his Dec. 3, 2010 communiqué that [Extraterrestrial] “Interventions will then accelerate, not so much over our cities, but dispersed over our continents with sightings increasing in duration. The intent of these interventions is to increase mankind’s acceptance of the alien phenomena, so that hopefully, we will be prepared to accept a face-to-face encounter and communicate, perhaps as early as next year (2011).”

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Question #1

Is the Dome of the Rock UFO orb a genuine ET phenomenon?

In order to ascertain whether this Dome of the Rock UFO was a genuine ET phenomenon, this reporter engaged a UFO specialist who is an expert in the orb type of UFO exhibited at the Mount Zion, Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem UFO sighting.

This reporter asked the UFO specialist:

“Do you believe the [Dome of the Rock] UFO sighting is genuine ET?”

After review and consultation of the video of the Dome of the Rock UFO org sighting, the UFO specialist responded,

“Yes, it’s a Plasma Orb Light Entity/Interdimensional Angel, which did the exact same phenomenon [one of] my other contacts, [Name deleted], photographed in March of 2008.

“The entire incident and photographs are contained within the first 20 photo narrative here: Slide show photo 1

“Specifically here below:

The contact then began to line up the frames of the cell phone camera to take a fifth photograph

when all of a sudden the POLE shot straight up into the air "like a bullet" and disappeared into the night sky.

There was absolutely no noise nor was there any air displacement whatsoever

which resulted from the POLE departing the contact's roof and up into the sky.

The contact returned to the house with his dog and went back to sleep.



"The YouTube video of these events is here below:





Is the Dome of the Rock UFO orb a CGI Hoax?
One UFO news source reports, "Jerusalem UFO - UFO Over Temple Mount Jerusalem - A Real Deal or CGI Hoax?"

"Yesterday we have received the email according to which This morning around 01:00 AM at the promenade of Armon Hantziv in Jerusalem, i was witness (with another guy), an amazing UFO aircraft over Jerusalem old city (mount Moriah) Dome of the Rock, Temple Mount, قبة الصخرة, הר הבית.

"And now net is buzzing with speculation wither its a real or just another CGI Hoax!

"According to another video poster : Down below video footage is taken from different angle of same UFO sighting

"But we think we have find the hole in above video at least... please have look: HERE we think the whole city in the above video is just a picture and camera was moved around with voices on the background.

"And down below video try to demonstrate how easily this kind of UFO lights in first video can be created using CGI..

"Things are not stopping here interestingly while goggling on this matter. We stumble on down below daytime UFO sighting which was supposedly caught on tape, while a tourist was admiring the old Wailing Wall in Jerusalem on December 27, 2010"

"So now you guys decide if its a real deal or just a continues viral marketing to promote the tourism in the area or "GOD's Chosen People' propaganda?"



UFO expert responds to debunkers claim Dome of the Rock UFO orb video is CGI hoax
This reporter contacted a UFO expert to evaluate whether the Dome of the Rock UFO orb was a CGI hoax.

The UFO expert responded,

"What the debunkers of the Dome of the Rock UFO orb video are doing is calling the two persons who filmed the event, as well as the third person".

"liars without providing any evidence.

"It is up to the debunkers to prove the individuals who filmed the Dome of the Rock UFO orb are all hoaxers.

"Here is the first person who filmed the Dome of the Rock UFO orb's YouTube channel:

"Is this person a Malicious hoaxer? A Liar?

"Nothing there suggests he would or could have hoaxed it.

"All I've seen are CGI videos created by the debunkers of the Dome of the Rock UFO orb video, but no proof the Dome of the Rock UFO orb video is CGI.

"In point of fact, there's a blue street light shimmering to the top right of the screen in the first video of the Dome of the Rock UFO orb video throughout; its not a still picture as the debunkers who would state it is a CGI creation maintain.

"Here is the original video with the blue street light shimmering in the top right. It shifts to bottom of the screen when the cell phone camera is panned upward.





"The lights from the city also shimmer from various locations in the original video further proving its not a photo."



In the opinion of this reporter, the UFO orb phenomena in the above video display remarkable similarity to the Dome of the Rock UFO orb phenomenon.

The above photographs and video appear, on reasonable review, to sustain the expert opinion of the UFO specialist that the January 28, 2011 Dome of the Rock UFO orb is,

“a Plasma Orb Light Entity/Interdimensional Angel, which did the exact same phenomenon [one of] my other contacts, [Name deleted], photographed in March of 2008.”


Question #2

Is the ET or interdimensional intelligence behind the Dome of the Rock UFO Orbs sending an intentional meaningful “context communication” to humanity by this UFO event?

The following analysis reasonably demonstrates that the January 28, 2011 Dome of the Rock UFO orb event is an intentional “context communication” by the ET or hyperdimensional intelligence behind the UFO orb event to humanity at large.

The extraterrestrial context communication in the Dome of the Rock UFO orb event appears to be raising issues of significant future impact for the 3.3 billion followers of the Christian, Islam and Judaic religions.

Context communication theory of extraterrestrial communication
The context communication theory of extraterrestrial communication (The age of cataclysm), developed by Alfred L. Webre in 1974, states that many UFO encounters are in fact contextual, symbolic communications by the intelligent source behind the UFO encounter itself to the UFO witnesses or to humanity at large, much in the same way that a dream is a contextual, symbolic communication from the dreamer’s subconscious mind to her or his conscious mind.

For example, as an extraterrestrial context communication, UFO photographer Will Allen’s July 20, 2010 reported encounter with a hyperdimensional ‘slow-moving UFO that emits a ray of light or directed energy beam one mile from the White House’ may be reasonably interpreted within at least three alternative frames.

1. Creative signaling in ‘enlightened universal consciousness’

The hyperdimensional UFO and ray of light may be horseplay or creative signaling by a hyperdimensional UFO from an inter-dimensional intelligent source as a unity consciousness awakener to the public at large through Mr. Allen.

A veritable lightshow of creative universal consciousness signaling from hyperdimensional UFOs took place over the Millennial Celebration on January 1, 2000.

Author Robert Stanley reports that there was a UFO/ET flyover of P-56A restricted airspace during the Millennial Celebration of December 31, 1999 - January 1, 2000, which was attended by approximately 1,000,000 persons.


According to Mr. Stanley, numerous UFOs appeared to emanate from five cylindrical motherships and perform acrobatics over the assembled crowd, much to the delight of onlookers.


Mr. Stanley notes that the U.S. Capitol police, responsible for security, did not panic.

According to the National UFO Reporting Center,

“the [UFO/ET incident took place at 1A.M. on January 1, 2000. After the witness attended America's Millennium celebration, the person with a friend walked to the Metro station. He heard the firework explosions from a barge on the Potomac River behind the Lincoln Monument. He noticed near the monument what appeared to be shooting stars.


He looked again and ‘saw a pair of dark but lit cylindrical objects 'flying' in formation from NW to SE passing directly over (him).’ In the next minute he saw three other cylindrical objects. His friend did not notice the objects. This witness outside the Metro station observed 5 cylindrical objects moving at a high speed over the sky.”

This ‘universal consciousness-raising’ frame for the July 20, 2010 ‘Ray of Light’ UFO Mr. Allen photographed near the White House in Washington, DC is congruent with an interpretation of UFOs that goes back to Carl Jung, the archetypal psychologist who saw UFOs as ‘mandalas’ for raising humanity’s consciousness.

As was noted,

“The weekend of July 17-18, 2010 (“Conscious Convergence”) marked a portal in linear time when the singularity at the core of our universe began to emanate an intentional ‘pre-wave’ to a final 9th wave of universal, ‘enlightened universal consciousness’ that will, according to some, begin on March 9, 2011, end on October 28, 2011. From then on the singularity at the core of our universe will emanate constant ‘enlightened universal consciousness.’”

The hyperdimensional intelligent civilization behind the July 20 ‘Ray of Light’ UFO is presumably aware of higher universe energy wave patterns, such as the entry of the 9th wave of non-dualistic universal consciousness energy on March 9, 2011.

By this view, the ‘Ray of Light’ UFO near the White House Center of Government of the (dualistic mindset) military superpower serves an important consciousness raising function.

See 'UFO near White House emits ray of light: horseplay, false flag or 'socially destabilizing' event?'


Dome of the Rock
The Dome of the Rock is perhaps single the most symbolic structure that is a functional nexus for three of humanity's mainstream religions:

Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, with a total of 3.3 billion followers.

Christianity is the world's largest religion with 2 billion followers. Islam is the world's second largest religion with 1.3 billion followers. Judaism is world's 12th largest religion with 14 million followers.

According to one source,

"The Dome of the Rock (Arabic: مسجد قبة الصخرة‎, translit.: Masjid Qubbat As-Sakhrah, Hebrew: כיפת הסלע‎, translit.: Kipat Hasela) is an important Islamic shrine and Jerusalem landmark located on the Temple Mount in the Old City of Jerusalem. The structure, the oldest extant example of early Islamic architecture, was completed in 691 CE at the order of Arabian Umayyad Caliph, Abd al-Malik.


The site's significance stems from religious traditions regarding the rock, known as the Foundation Stone, at its heart.


"The Dome of the Rock is located at the visual center of a platform known as the Temple Mount. It was constructed on the site of the Second Jewish Temple, which was destroyed during the Roman Siege of Jerusalem in 70 CE.


In 637 CE, Jerusalem was conquered by the Rashidun Caliphate army during the Muslim conquest of Syria.

"The Dome of the Rock was erected between 689 and 691 CE. The names of the two engineers in charge of the project are given as: Yazid Ibn Salam from Jerusalem and Raja Ibn Haywah from Baysan.


Umayyad Caliph Abd al-Malik ibn Marwan who initiated construction of the Dome, hoped that it would “house the Muslims from cold and heat” and intended the building to serve as a shrine for pilgrims and not as a mosque for public worship.



"During the Crusades the Dome of the Rock was given to the Augustinians, who turned it into a church while the Al-Aqsa Mosque became a royal stable.


The Knights Templar, who believed the Dome of the Rock was the site of the Temple of Solomon, they later set up their headquarters in the Al-Aqsa Mosque adjacent to the Dome for much of the 12th century.


The "Templum Domini," as they called it, was featured on the official seals of the Order's Grand Masters (such as Evrard de Barres and Regnaud de Vichier), and it became the architectural model for Templar churches across Europe

"Jerusalem was recaptured by Saladin on 2 October 1187, and the Haram was re-consecrated as a Muslim sanctuary. The cross on top of the Dome of the Rock was replaced by a golden crescent, and a wooden screen was placed around the rock below. Saladin's nephew al-Malik al-Mu'azzam Isa carried out other restorations within the Haram and added the porch to the Aqsa mosque.

"The Haram was the focus of extensive royal patronage by the sultans during the Mamluk period, which lasted from 1250 until 1510.

"Large-scale renovation was undertaken during the reign of Mahmud II in 1817. Adjacent to the Dome of the Rock, the Ottomans built the freestanding Dome of the Prophet in 1620.

"The Dome of the Rock was badly shaken during an earthquake in Palestine on 11 July 1927 rendering useless many of the repairs that had taken place over previous years.

"Israel took control of the Dome of the Rock during its victory in the Six-Day War in 1967. Shlomo Goren also entered the Dome of the Rock with a Torah book and a shofar.

"A few hours after the Israeli flag was hoisted over the Dome of the Rock in 1967 during the Six-Day War, Israelis lowered it on the orders of Moshe Dayan and invested the Muslim waqf (religious trust) with the authority to manage the Temple Mount / Haram al-Sharif, in order to "keep the peace".

"Groups such as the Temple Mount and Eretz Yisrael Faithful Movement wish to relocate the Dome to Mecca and replace it with a Third Temple. Since Muslim religious foundations own the Dome and consider it particularly sacred such actions would inevitably lead to violence. Many Israelis are ambivalent about the movement's wishes.


Some religious Jews, following a rabbinic dictum, feel that the Temple should only be rebuilt in the messianic era, and that it would be presumptuous of people to force God's hand.


However, some Evangelical Christians consider this a prerequisite to Armageddon and the Second Coming. This view is steeped in the belief that there will be a prophetic rebuilding of the Temple in place of the Dome of the Rock.

"The Dome of the Rock is depicted on the reverse of the Iranian 1000 rials banknote.

Religious significance

"According to Sunni Islamic tradition, the rock is the spot from which Muhammad ascended to Heaven accompanied by the angel Gabriel. Further, Muhammad was taken here by Gabriel to pray with Abraham, Moses, and Jesus.


An important distinction is that this is to Islam what the Transfiguration of Jesus is to Christians, a fulfillment of scripture. After Muhammad's return, he called all that would believe him to join with him and be Muslim. It was at this juncture that Islam came into existence.

"The Foundation Stone is the holiest site in Judaism. Just as Muslims pray towards the Kaaba at Mecca, the holiest site in Islam, Jews pray towards the Foundation Stone. Jews have traditionally regarded the location of the stone as the holiest spot on Earth, the site of the Holy of Holies during the Temple Period. In former times, some Jewish scholars thought that the location of the Holy of Holies was not known for certain; today this is a minority opinion.

"The most propitious site for Jewish prayer is the spot that is nearest the Foundation Stone. Because Muslim authorities refused to permit Jewish prayer on the Temple Mount, the custom developed of praying near the Western Wall, since it was the site nearest to the Foundation Stone, or on the Mount of Olives facing the site of the Temple.


Between 1948 and 1967, when Jordanian authorities refused permission to Jews to enter the Old City of Jerusalem, Jews made pilgrimages to rooftops on Mount Zion and prayed towards the site of the ancient Holy of Holies.

"According to Jewish tradition, the stone is the site where Abraham prepared to sacrifice his son Isaac.

"In Christianity it is believed that during the time of the Byzantine Empire, near by the spot where the Dome was later constructed was where Constantine's mother built a small church, calling it the Church of St. Cyrus and St. John, later on enlarged and called the Church of the Holy Wisdom. On the walls of the Dome of the Rock is an inscription in a mosaic frieze that includes the following words:

"'Such was Jesus son of Mary and peace upon him on the day of birth and on the day of death and on the day he is raised up again. It is a word of truth in which they doubt. It is not for God to take a son. Glory be to him when he decrees a thing he only says be, and it is.' (Quran:19:33–35)

"The date recorded as 72 after the Hijra (or 691–692 CE), which historians view as the year of the Dome's construction."


The Third Temple, Dome of the Rock & the UFO orb
The Third Temple relates to the Dome of the Rock and may be the nexus for a possible context communication by the ET or inter-dimensional intelligence behind the January 28, 2011 Dome of the Rock UFO orb.

One source states,

"The Third Temple, also known as Ezekiel's Temple, is a religious notion and desire in Judaism rooted in the Hebrew Bible and expressed in many of Judaism's prayers for the return and rebuilding of the Temple in Jerusalem that had once stood as the First and Second Temples that were destroyed by the ancient Babylonians and the Romans.

"Since the destruction of the Second Temple in AD 70, religious Jews have expressed their desire to see the building of a Third Temple on the Temple Mount. Prayer for this is a formal part of the Jewish tradition of thrice daily Jewish prayer services. Though it remains unbuilt, the notion of and desire for a Third Temple is sacred in Judaism, particularly Orthodox Judaism, as an unrealized place of worship. The prophets in the Tanakh called for its construction, to be fulfilled in the Messianic era.

"The scenario of a rebuilding of the Third Temple also plays a major role with-in some interpretations of Christian Eschatology.

"Unused ancient Jewish floor plans for a Temple exist in various sources, notably in Chapters 40–47 of Ezekiel (Ezekiel's vision pre-dates the Second Temple) and in the Temple Scroll discovered at Qumran among the Dead Sea Scrolls.

"Rabbi Shlomo Goren and the movement to re-establish Jewish rights on the Temple Mount

"In August 1967 after Israel's capture of the Mount, Rabbi Shlomo Goren the chief rabbi of the IDF (and later chief rabbi of the State of Israel) began organizing public prayer for Jews on the Temple Mount. Rabbi Goren was also well known for his controversial positions concerning Jewish sovereignty over the Temple Mount.


On August 15, 1967, shortly after the Six-Day War, Goren led a group of fifty Jews onto the Temple Mount, where, fighting off protesting Muslim guards and Israeli police, they defiantly held a prayer service. Goren continued to pray for many years in the Makhkame building overlooking the Temple Mount where he conducted yearly High Holiday services.


His call for the establishment of a synagogue on the Temple Mount has subsequently been reiterated by his brother- in- law the Chief Rabbi of Haifa, She'ar Yashuv Cohen.

"Goren was sharply criticized by the Israeli Defense Ministry, who, noting Goren's senior rank, called his behavior inappropriate. The episode led the Chief Rabbis of the time to restate the accepted laws of Judaism that no Jews were allowed on the mount due to issues of ritual impurity. The secular authorities welcomed this ruling as it preserved the status quo with the Waqf, the Islamic authority.


Disagreeing with his colleagues, Goren continually maintained that Jews were not only permitted, but commanded, to ascend and pray on the mount.

"Goren repeatedly advocated or supported building a Third Temple on the Temple Mount from the 1960s onward, and was associated with various messianic projects involving the site. In the summer of 1983, Goren and several other rabbis joined Rabbi Yehuda Getz, who worked for the Religious Affairs Ministry at the Western Wall, in touring a chamber underneath the mount that Getz had excavated, where the two claimed to have seen the Ark of the Covenant.


The tunnel was shortly discovered and resulted in a massive brawl between young Jews and Arabs in the area. The tunnel was quickly sealed with concrete by Israeli police. The sealed entrance can be seen from the Western Wall Tunnel, which opened to the public in 1996.

"The Chief Rabbis of Israel, Isser Yehuda Unterman and Yitzhak Nissim, together with other leading rabbis, asserted that "For generations we have warned against and refrained from entering any part of the Temple Mount."


A recent study of this rabbinical ruling suggests that it was both "unprecedented" and possibly prompted by governmental pressure on the rabbis, as well as "brilliant" in preventing Muslim-Jewish friction on the Mount. Rabbinical consensus in the Religious Zionist stream of Orthodox Judaism continue to hold that it is forbidden for Jews to enter any part of the Temple Mount and in January 2005 a declaration was signed confirming the 1967 decision.

"There is a growing number of rabbis who encourage visits to certain parts of the Mount, which they believe are permitted according to most medieval rabbinical authorities. One of them, Shlomo Goren, states that it is possible that Jews are even allowed to enter the heart of the Dome of the Rock, according to Jewish Law of Conquest. These authorities advise ablution in a mikva prior to the ascent and to only wear non-leather shoes while on the Mount.

"Although in mainstream Orthodox Judaism the rebuilding of the Temple is generally left to the coming of the Jewish Messiah and to Divine Providence, a number of organizations, generally representing a small minority of even Orthodox Jews, have been formed with the objective of realizing the immediate construction of a Third Temple in present times. These organizations include:

"The Temple Mount and Eretz Yisrael Faithful Movement states that its goal is to build the Third Temple on the Temple Mount (Mount Moriah).

"The Temple Institute states that its goal is to build the Third Temple on Mount Moriah. The Temple Institute has already made several items to be used in the Third Temple.

"The most immediate and obvious obstacle to realization of these goals is the fact that two historic Islamic structures which are 13 centuries old, namely the Al Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock, are built on top of the Temple Mount. The Dome of the Rock is regarded as occupying the actual space where the Temple once stood, and Israel has undertaken to preserve access to these buildings as part of international obligations.


Any efforts to damage or reduce access to these sites, or to build Jewish structures within, between, on, or instead of them, would lead to severe international conflicts, given the association of the Muslim world with these holy places.


However, some 20th and 21st century scholars believe that the Dome of the Rock is not the actual location of the First and Second Temples, and that the Temples were actually located either just north of or just south of the Dome of the Rock. The most recent theory would put the temple in between The Dome of the Rock and the Al Aqsa Mosque.

"In addition, most Jewish-Orthodox scholars reject any attempts to build the Temple before the coming of Messiah. This is because there are many doubts as to the exact location in which it is required to be built. For example, while measurements are given in cubits, there exists a controversy whether this unit of measurement equals approximately 1.5 feet (0.46 m) or 2 feet (0.61 m). (For the most part, however, even those who advocate the 2 ft. (0.61 m). interpretation do so only as a stringency, and accept the 1-1/2 ft. understanding as normative.)


Without exact knowledge of the size of a cubit, the altar could not be built. Indeed, the Talmud recounts that the building of the second Temple was only possible under the direct prophetic guidance of Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi. Without valid prophetic revelation, it would be impossible to rebuild the Temple, even if the mosques no longer occupied its location.

"Despite obstacles, efforts are underway by various analytical groups to articulate the benefits to local and regional constituents and participants to encourage developments that would progressively align in support. It is known from the Talmud that in the time of King Agrippa Jerusalem was filled with millions of visitors, pilgrims from the entire region. Today the potential of spiritual tourism would support the growth goals of the Mayor of Jerusalem [19] for 10 million annual tourists.


This would provide a significant boost to the economy and would benefit people locally and regionally, many of whom live in poverty [20]. Since the ultimate building of the Temple can come only through a process of peace [21], it must be proceeded by numerous efforts, including the financial and project infrastructures to support such a large increase in tourism, local and regional co-operation agreements to enable its ultimate construction and the success of modern attempts to revive the Sanhedrin, the authority required to be empowered for such an event to occur.

"Israel currently restricts access by Jews to the Temple Mount on both religious and political grounds. Many religious authorities, including the Chief Rabbinate, interpret halakha (Jewish law) as prohibiting entering the area to prevent inadvertently entering and desecrating forbidden areas (such as the Kadosh Kadoshim), as the Temple area is regarded as still retaining its full sanctity and restrictions.


Moreover, political authorities, concerned about past violent clashes at the Temple Mount including one which inaugurated the Palestinian Intifada, seek to reduce the likelihood of further violent confrontations between Jewish religious activists and Muslims worshipping at the mosques, which could further damage the area's delicate archeological and political fabric.

"During the Sukkot festival in 2006 Uri Ariel, a National Union member of the Knesset, ascended the Mount [1] and said that he is preparing a plan where a synagogue will be built on the Mount.


His suggested synagogue won't be built instead of the mosques but in a separate area in accordance with rulings of the prominent rabbis. He said he believed that this will be correcting an historical injustice and that it is an opportunity for the Muslim world to prove that it is tolerant to all faiths.

"While there are a number of differing views amongst Christianity with regard to the significance or the requirement of a third temple being built in Jerusalem, most believe that the New Covenant (spoken of in Jeremiah 31:31-34) is marked by the indwelling of the Holy Spirit in the believer (Ezekiel 36:26-27) and that, as such, the body is the temple, or that the temple has been superseded. Paul illustrates this concept in his letter to the believers at Corinth:

"'What? Know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you and which ye have from God, and that ye are not your own? For ye are bought with a price. Therefore glorify God in your body and in your spirit, which are God's..' (1 Corinthians 6:19-20 KJV)

"This idea is related to the belief that Christ himself, having claimed to be and do what the temple was and did, is the new temple (John 2:19), and that his people, as a part of the "body of Christ" (meaning the church), are part of this temple as well (2 Corinthians 6:16; Ephesians 2:19–22; 1 Peter 2:4–5).


The result, according to N.T. Wright, is that the earthly temple (along with the city of Jerusalem and the Land of Israel) is no longer of any spiritual significance:

"[Paul] refers to the church, and indeed to individual Christians, as the ‘temple of the living God’ (1 Cor. 3:16, 6:19). To Western Christians, thinking anachronistically of the temple as simply the Jewish equivalent of a cathedral, the image is simply one metaphor among many and without much apparent significance.


For a first-century Jew, however, the Temple had an enormous significance; as a result, when Paul uses such an image within twenty-five years of the Crucifixion (with the actual temple still standing), it is a striking index of the immense change that has taken place in his thought. The Temple had been superseded by the Church. If this is so for the Temple, and in Romans 4 for the Land, then it must a fortiori be the case for Jerusalem, which formed the concentric circle in between those two in the normal Jewish worldview.

"In the teaching of both Jesus and Paul, then, according to Wright,

"'God’s house in Jerusalem was meant to be a ‘place of prayer for all the nations’ (Isaiah 56:7; Mark 11:17); but God would now achieve this though the new temple, which was Jesus himself and his people.'

"Ben F. Meyer, also, argued that Jesus applied prophecy regarding Zion and temple to himself and his followers:

"[Jesus] affirmed the prophecies of salvation with their end-time imagery Zion and the temple - belonging to the eschatological themes that the "pilgrimage of the peoples" evoked. But contrary to the common expectation of his contemporaries, Jesus expected the destruction of the temple in the coming eschatological ordeal (Mark 13:2=Matt 24:2=Luke 21:6).


The combination seems contradictory. How could he simultaneously predict the ruin of the temple in the ordeal and affirm the end-time fulfillment of promise and prophecy on Zion and temple?


The paradox is irresolvable until one takes note of another trait of Jesus' words on the imagery of Zion and temple, namely, the consistent application to his own disciples of Zion- and temple-imagery:

  • the city on the mountain (Matt 5:14; cf. Thomas, 32)

  • the cosmic rock (Matt 16:18; cf. John 1:42)

  • the new sanctuary (Mark 14:58; Matt 26:61)

The mass of promise and prophecy will come to fulfillment in this eschatological and messianic circle of believers.

"Some would therefore see the need for a third temple as being diminished, redundant, or entirely foreclosed, while others take a position that the building of the third temple is an integral part of end-time prophecy.


The various perspectives on the significance of the building of a third temple within Christianity are therefore generally linked to a number of factors including: the level of literal or spiritual interpretation applied to what is taken to be "end-time" prophecy; the perceived relationships between various scriptures such as Daniel, the Olivet discourse, 2 Thessalonians and Ezekiel (amongst others); whether or not a dual-covenant is considered to be in place; and whether Old Testament promises of the restoration of Israel remain unfulfilled or have all come true in the Messiah (2 Corinthians 1:20).


Such factors determine, for example, whether Daniel 9:27 or 2 Thessalonians 2:4 are read as referring to a still future physically restored third temple.

"A number of these perspectives are illustrated below.

"The dominant view within Protestant Christianity is that animal sacrifices within the Temple were a foreshadowing of the sacrifice Jesus made for the sins of the world through his crucifixion and shedding of his blood on the first day of Passover. The Epistle to the Hebrews is often cited in support of this view: the temple sacrifices are described as being imperfect, since they require repeating (Ch. 10:1-4), and as belonging to a covenant that was "becoming obsolete and growing old" and was "ready to vanish away" (Ch. 8:13, ESV).


Christ's crucifixion, being a sacrifice which dealt with sin once and for all, negated any need for further animal sacrifice. Christ himself is compared to the High Priest who was always standing and performing rituals and sacrifices. Christ, however, having performed his sacrifice, "sat down"  -  perfection having been finally attained (Ch. 10:11-14,18).


Further, the veil or curtain to the Holy of Holies is seen as having been torn asunder at the crucifixion - figuratively in connection with this theology (Ch. 10:19-21), and literally according to the Gospel of Matthew (chi 27:50–51). For these reasons, a third temple, whose partial purpose would be the re-institution of animal sacrifices, is seen as unnecessary.

"Additionally Jesus himself stated when asked where to worship, "neither on this mountain nor in Jerusalem... But in spirit and in truth". He stated of the Herodian temple, "Not one stone will be left on another; every one of them will be thrown down" - John 4:21, Luke 21:6.

"Those Protestants who do believe in the importance of a future rebuilt temple (viz., some dispensationalists) hold that the importance of the sacrificial system shifts to a Memorial of the Cross, given the text of Ezekiel Chapters 39 and following (in addition to Millennial references to the Temple in other Old Testament passages).


Since Ezekiel explains at length the construction and nature of the Millennial temple, in which Jews will once again hold the priesthood; some others hold that perhaps it was not completely eliminated with Jesus' sacrifice for sin, but is a ceremonial object lesson for confession and forgiveness (somewhat like water baptism and Communion are today); and that such animal sacrifices would still be appropriate for ritual cleansing and for acts of celebration and thanksgiving toward God.


Some dispensationalists believe this will be the case with the Second Coming of Christ when Jesus reigns over earth from the city of New Jerusalem, and interpret a passage in the Book of Daniel, Daniel 12:11, as a prophecy that the end of this age will occur shortly after sacrifices are ended in the newly rebuilt temple.

"Many Evangelical Christians believe that New Testament prophecies associated with the Jewish Temple, such as Matthew 24-25 and 2 Thessalonians 2:1-12, were not completely fulfilled during the Roman destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70 (a belief of Full Preterism) and that these prophecies refer to a future temple.


This view is a core part of Dispensationalism, an interpretative framework of the Bible that stresses Biblical literalism and asserts that the Jews remain God's chosen people.


According to Dispensationalist theologians, such as Hal Lindsey and Tim LaHaye, the Third Temple will be rebuilt when the Anti-Christ, often identified as the political leader of a trans-national alliance such as the European Union or the United Nations, secures a peace treaty between the modern nation of Israel and its Muslim neighbors following a war in which Russia and the United States are destroyed or crippled as the result of a nuclear war and/or the Rapture.


The Anti-Christ later uses the temple as a venue for proclaiming himself as God and the long-awaited Messiah, demanding worship from humanity. Dispensationalism is rejected by Roman Catholic and the Eastern Orthodox communions.


Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox

"The Catholic and Orthodox churches believe that the Eucharist, which they hold to be one in substance with the one self-sacrifice of Christ on the Cross, is a far superior offering when compared with the merely preparatory temple sacrifices, as explained in the Epistle to the Hebrews.


They also believe that Christ Himself is the New Temple, as spoken of in the Book of Revelation and that Revelations can best be understood as the Eucharist, heaven on earth. Their church buildings are meant to model Solomon's Temple, with the Tabernacle, containing the Eucharist, being considered the new "Holy of Holies."


Therefore they do not attach any significance to a possible future rebuilding of the Jerusalem Temple. The Orthodox also quote Daniel 9:27 ("he shall cause the sacrifice and the offering to cease") to show that the sacrifices would stop with the arrival of the Messiah, and mention that according to Jesus, St. Paul and the Holy Fathers, the temple will only be rebuilt at the times of the Antichrist.



Matthew 24:15, "When ye therefore shall see the abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel the prophet, stand in the holy place, (whoso readeth, let him understand:)"

2 Thessalonians 2:3-4: "...that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition; Who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped; so that he as God sitteth in the temple of God, shewing himself that he is God".)

Hal Lindsey
"According to American fundamentalist Christian author Hal Lindsey, the Third Temple could be built right next to the Dome of the Rock.


He believes, based on the theory of Dr. Asher Kaufman regarding the location of the Eastern Gate, that the Dome of the Rock was built on what the Bible refers to as the Court of the Gentiles.


He states that according to Revelation 11:1-2, the rebuilding of the Third Temple was not to include the section of the temple mount known as The Court of the Gentiles. Therefore, he believes that the Third Temple and the Dome of the Rock could stand side by side.

Muslim view
"As previously mentioned, most Muslims view the movement for the building of a Third Temple on the Temple Mount as an affront to Islam due to the presence of the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock in the stead of the former Holy Temple. Today the area is regarded by the majority of Muslims as the third holiest site in Islam.


Furthermore, the mosque and the shrine have been on the mountain longer than the Temples were. This being the case, Muslims are resolute in calling for recognition of their exclusive rights over the site and demand that it be wholly transferred over to Muslim sovereignty; furthermore, some Muslims deny any association with the Mount to the former Jewish Temples which stood at the site.


Calls for violent reaction against any presence of non-Muslims on the site have often been made by Muslim authorities since East Jerusalem was occupied during the six days war.

Bahá'í view
In the Bahá'í view the prophecy of the Third Temple was fulfilled with the writing of the Súriy-i-Haykal by Bahá'u'lláh in pentacle form.


The Súriy-i-Haykal or Tablet of the Temple, is a composite work which consists of a tablet followed by five messages addressed to world leaders; shortly after its completion, Bahá'u'lláh instructed the tablet be written in the form of a pentacle, symbolizing the human temple and added to it the conclusion:

'Thus have We built the Temple with the hands of power and might, could ye but know it. This is the Temple promised unto you in the Book. Draw ye nigh unto it. This is that which profiteth you, could ye but comprehend it. Be fair, O peoples of the earth! Which is preferable, this, or a temple which is built of clay? Set your faces towards it. Thus have ye been commanded by God, the Help in Peril, the Self-Subsisting.'

"Shoghi Effendi, the Guardian of the Bahá'í Faith, explained that this verse refers to the prophecy in the Hebrew Bible where Zechariah had promised the rebuilding of the Temple in the End Times as fulfilled in the return of the Manifestation of God, Bahá'u'lláh, in a human temple.


Throughout the tablet, Bahá'u'lláh addresses the Temple (himself) and explains the glory that is invested in it allowing all the nations of the world to find redemption.


In the tablet, Bahá'u'lláh states that the Manifestation of God is a pure mirror that reflects the sovereignty of God and manifests God's beauty and grandeur to mankind.


In essence, Bahá'u'lláh explains that the Manifestation of God is a "Living Temple" and Bahá'u'lláh addresses the organs and limbs of the human body and bids each to focus on God and not the earthly world."




Question #3

Does the Dome of the Rock UFO event fit the pattern predicted by former NORAD officer Stanley A. Fulham in his Dec. 3, 2010 communiqué?

This reporter undertook to evaluate objectively whether the Dome of the Rock UFO orb fits the pattern predicted by former NORAD officer Stanley A. Fulham in his Dec. 3, 2010 communiqué, his last public statement before his untimely death on Dec. 19, 2010.

As part of the evaluation, this reporter contacted a Canadian UFO expert who is familiar with the UFO sightings associated with the Stanley A. Fulham materials, and asked him the following question:

“As a Stanley Fulham UFO expert, would you make a correlation of this UFO sighting to the ET council?

After review, the Canadian UFO expert responded,

“I am in complete agreement with this statement by journalist Michael Cohen:

"Perhaps this UFO visit to the Dome of the Rock/Temple Mount is a prelude to open contact believed by many to be only a short time away."

“Stan [Fulham] would probably reiterate this written statement of his were he still alive as it pertains to the Temple Mount UFO incident and his predictions:

“C. Interventions will then accelerate, not so much over our cities, but dispersed over our continents with sightings increasing in duration. The intent of these interventions is to increase mankind’s acceptance of the alien phenomena, so that hopefully, we will be prepared to accept a face-to-face encounter and communicate, perhaps as early as next year (2011).

“D. Objective - a dramatic introduction of the alien reality - an appearance at the United Nations.

“The Alien ‘intervention process’ will provide a philosophical challenge to mankind as nothing else has ever done. It will challenge our most fundamental beliefs. Did Christ teach to this extraterrestrial world? Are they aware of Allah and his hatred for the heathens and infidels (which, of course, must include the aliens - they also have souls!). Do they have any religions? - or spiritualism?
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Source of quote

“So, the answer is yes, Stan would likely see the sighting incident as correlated with a pre-authorized Alien Council event.

“But before making any public statement, what he would do first is contact Rik Thurston [Stanley A. Fulham’s former inter-dimensional communicator] and ask the Transcendors about the event.

“If you recall the incident with the giant UFO hovering over a Moscow shopping mall from 2-years ago (below video), I sent Stan [Fulham] the video and Stan asked the Transcendors about it, and was told it was a Bootes (Greys) Extraterrestrial vehicle (ETV).




(Time 0:37)
“НЛО над ТЦ Каширский двор
“[English translation: UFO above the Kisharsky Shopping Mall]”


How to evaluate the January 28, 2011 Dome of the Rock UFO orb event

  1. Genuine ET or interdimensional phenomenon

    The Dome of the Rock UFO orb event appears to be a genuine ET or interdimensional phenomenon, captured on video by at least 2 independent witnesses.


    According to a UFO orb specialist, the Dome of the Rock UFO orb phenomenon is similar to UFO orb phenomenon that has been documented and classified as “a Plasma Orb Light Entity/Interdimensional Angel,” which did the exact same phenomenon as one of the other contacts of the UFO orb specialist, photographed in March of 2008.


  2. ET or interdimensional intelligence behind the Dome of the Rock UFO Orbs is sending an intentional, meaningful “context communication” to humanity

    The extraterrestrial context communication in the Dome of the Rock UFO orb event appears to be raising issues of significant future impact for the 3.3 billion followers of the Christian, Islam and Judaic religions.

    The ET interdimensional intelligence behind the UFO orb phenomenon at the Dome of the Rock may be signaling the importance to the leaders of these three religions of being alert to using peaceful non-violent conflict resolution over disputes that may arise at this site and elsewhere in the Middle East over religious issues.

    As the conflicting history of the Dome of the Rock and of the specific belief systems of Christian, Islamic and Judaic followers around the symbolism of the Dome of the Rock demonstrates, the ET interdimensional intelligence may be signaling that a resolution to this conflict may come about through an acknowledgement of or an intervention of extraterrestrial intelligent knowledge or civilizations.


  3. The Dome of the Rock UFO orb event and the Dec. 3, 2010 Stanley A. Fulham communiqué

    It is reasonable to conclude that the Dome of the Rock UFO orb fits the pattern predicted by former NORAD officer Stanley A. Fulham in his Dec. 3, 2010 communiqué.

    Most specifically, the Dome of the Rock UFO orb event appears to relate organically to predicted UFO events that would raise issues about inter-faith religious perspectives of Christianity, Islam and Judaism, to wit:


    • “The Alien ‘intervention process’ will provide a philosophical challenge to mankind as nothing else has ever done. It will challenge our most fundamental beliefs.


      Did Christ teach to this extraterrestrial world? Are they aware of Allah and his hatred for the heathens and infidels (which, of course, must include the aliens - they also have souls!). Do they have any religions? - or spiritualism?"