A cache of nearly 600 kilos of what is believed to be ketoret (incense used in the Temple service) was discovered by a team of Bnei Noach (Noahides) in 1992. Could its discovery be connected to the reestablishment of the Third Temple and the Messianic era?
Hundreds of meters above the Dead Sea, archaeologists work from dangerous cliffs, hoping for a major discovery — another Dead Sea Scroll. The famous artifacts were originally found over 70 years ago in Qumran, the same area being excavated now. The decades old quest died down, but in recent years, the search has been reignited.
Jim Barfield’s 12-year search for the Temple utensils revealed an unexpected discovery to an Oklahoma Noahide: a powerful spiritual connection between the mountaintop Temple in Jerusalem and at Qumran, located near to the deepest spot on the planet. Just as Jerusalem was a city for priests to serve in the Temple, Barfield argues that Qumran was a center for prophecy.