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It is a known fact that King Solomon’s treasure and the Ark disappeared when Nebuchadnezzar II invaded Jerusalem in 586 BC. There are no records of the Ark of the Covenant being taken by the Babylonians. If they took it, they would have made it well known. It would have been written in the history books for all to see. So how did the treasure and the Ark disappear into thin air?
Here is where the actual history is stranger than fiction. In 1909, the Phoenix Gazette published a story about a man named Kincaid who found a large cave. In the article, Kincaid claims that he found statues, and gold artifacts that seemed Egyptian in appearance. Kincaid advised he worked for the Smithsonian and sent some of the artifacts to them. Kincaid disappeared never to be seen again. The Smithsonian claims he didn’t work for them, and they have no knowledge about any cave containing artifacts. However, certain parts of the suspected location are strictly off limits to all hikers. Government signs are posted to this day. Also, Smithsonian records have revealed that Kincaid really did work for them in 1909.
The story starts here. Where it ends depends on you!
There is one ancient relic which no one has ever heard about, until now. The Sword of Jerusalem, which was forged from Blessed Damascus steel and the spikes from the cross of Christ. Owned by the Knights Templar it contains the clues to find the lost Ark.