Rimonim Hermon Holiday Village
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... scientific and archaeological reasons for this belief, which you can research on your own... or ask one of us when we are back home!
Finally, we moved on to Khorzin, the remains of one of the cities Jesus cursed in Matthew and Luke. The remains of another well preserved synagogue are there, as well as a great example of the Christ's Thorn Jujube tree (Ziziphus spina-christi, Pic 13), which some believe was ...
Caesarea Philippi is set along a beautiful limestone cliff that turns into basalt. Limestone is permeable but basalt isn't, so rain water gets pushed up from the rocks and forms another tributary of the Jordan. Here there was ruins to a temple for Pan, a temple for Zeus and a temple for Goats! The temple of Pan had a large man made cave were they dug into where the water was springing forth from the rocks! They would chuck a goat into the ...
... clothing that is keeping me cool in the heat! Many of the disciples would have lived here! Currently the lake of Galilee is quite far away, but back 2000 years ago Galilee was bigger and Bethsaida was right on its coast. Here we could see more ruins of a village with its strong walls and gate that was burnt to the ground by Tiglar Pizar III (Assyrians).
... load of new mud downstream to the Sea of Galilee. We saw the bunkers left from the time Jordan was shooting into Israel and Israel was shooting back. Apparently there once was a war here in this quiet flowered valley, where beekeepers were working with their flocks in the shadow of an old Templar fort.
Maayan took us through Tzfat, visiting the Ha’Ari synagogue, the Abuhav synagogue, and the Joseph Caro synagogue – through none of these buildings ...
... place was used to have orgies and bring virgins, etc. The purpose was to arouse the god so he would send seed to the land. The land, the female counterpart was Astharot goddess. All they wanted was a fertile land. The temple has a phallic stone as phallic shapes were common there. The Easter tradition is related to these practices but I won't go into those details. The nature reserve at Tel Dan was like strolling in Venezuela. Beautiful gigantic trees, fruit trees, springs of ...