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A TRUE STORY

In the beginning...

on a rainy Irish afternoon in 1984, an elderly gentleman walked into Michael Warner's printing business and requested copies of pages from Babylonian Life and History by E.H. Wallis Budge, 1884 (ISBN 978-0-428-43671-1). In the book was a depiction of a Mesopotamian cylinder seal which intrigued Michael and ignited a lifelong research project that would eventually lead a 73 year old man, and his son, on an expedition to the remotest regions of the Peruvian Amazon; in search of a species of giant snake not yet classified by science.

 

The project was sponsored by President Alan Garcia Perez, who had his Minister of Eco-tourism provide valuable support; with access to important human resources on the ground.

 

First landing in Lima, and then after completing a perilous journey across the Andes mountain range, the thirteen-day expedition began in Iquitos, to the east. 

 

Echoing the 1907 expedition of Lieutenant Colonel Percy Fawcett, of the Royal Geographic Society, the Warner Amazon Expedition 2009 attracted global attention from news media, television production companies, cryptozoologists, university professors, natural history museums and research scientists; even the organisations chosen to publish the reports found their servers crashing due to the unprecedented network traffic driven by global interest. But more extraordinary than this, the son's own fascination with anthropology was renewed and, although the father's academic achievements have been eclipsed, his patient dedication and uncompromising research style inspired the son to go further. 

 

Thus began his own intensive research project, that would span a decade, beginning with Renaissance Italy, but ending with field work in Egypt; where astonishing discoveries about our ancient heritage were validated. 

 

One of those discoveries is the resting place of the priceless Ark of the Covenant. This is the only ancient artefact revered by Islam, Judaism and Christianity with references in the Quran, Hebrew and Christian texts. Interestingly, the Ark is also mentioned within cuneiform clay tablets of Mesopotamia (which predate all Abrahamic religious texts); therein described as the "heavenly bright object".

 

I am that "son" and I have invited support from a group of global elite, who will follow the archaeological excavation of the most sacred artefact in history.

 

Presentations to the Egyptian Government have been received with enthusiasm, and prove that the golden Ark of the Covenant, the Alter of Incense, and the Tent of Meeting are located in a specific location; in Egypt.

 

The project will require significant diplomatic skills and resources, particularly following the excavation.

 

Therefore, invitations have been sent to a short-list of benefactors who match the mandatory requirements.

 

Important people who have already been notified include:

•President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt
•Yuval Rotem, Director General Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs
•Dr. Mostafa Waziri, Secretary General Supreme Council of Antiquities
•Liat Weinblum, Director of Project Management Israeli Antiquities Authority

  • Ashraf Mohie, Secretary General Pyramids Complex Giza
    •Yasser Reda, Egyptian Ambassador to the United States of America

•George Soros, Open Societies Foundation

•Council of Scientific Advisors to the President 

•Mark Elliot Zuckerberg, Meta Platforms
• Pope Tawadros II of Alexandria
•Ephraim Mirvis, Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations

 

An important clue:

"...when Jeremiah arrived there, he found a chamber in a cave in which he put the tent, the ark, and the altar of incense; then he sealed the entrance. Some of those who followed him came up intending to mark the path, but they could not find it. When Jeremiah heard of this, he reproved them, saying: “The place is to remain unknown until God gathers his people together again and shows them mercy."" (2 Maccabees)

 

Dr G S Warner

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