Written on February 9, 2011 at 1:24 AM by God Discussion Reporter
On Monday, the Israeli newspaper Haaretz.com quietly published a small report about a few-week-old baby found abandoned in the Dome of the Rock located on the Temple Mount in the Old City of Jerusalem.
The incident probably wouldn't ignite a flurry of Internet talk and speculation under normal circumstances … but with the reports of UFO sightings over Temple Mount on January 28, the appearance of the infant has unleashed yet another flurry of proclamations about signs and wonders.
The incident has ignited pages and pages of comments at the conspiracy websites AboveTopSecret.com and GodLikeProductions.com. Many of the comments express hope that the Messiah has come, such as this one:
oh wow! I know according to ats the ufo was a hoax, but if it was a spaceship droping off a baby jesus or something that would be so cool.
Just out of interest I wonder how many other babies have been abandoned at the temple mount. If this is the only one in recorded history then what are the odds that he shows up the same week as the ufo video ?~~~This is very odd and it makes me feel almost certain about this baby being connected to that recent Jerusalem UFO (whether it was fake or not!).Also check on google how that story of the abandoned "Dome of the Rock" baby is spreading among different online news sites.I think this baby could very well be either the awaited Illuminati-Antichrist (in case UFO = hoax) or the 2nd comming of JC (in case UFO = real).
According to the gospel, Mary and Joseph took the baby Jesus to the Temple in Jerusalem forty days (inclusive) after his birth to complete Mary's ritual purification after childbirth, and to perform the redemption of the firstborn, in obedience to the Law of Moses (Leviticus 12, Exodus 13:12-15, etc.).hmm .. 40 days old and this child was "a few weeks old." the event above is ceelbrated by christians as the presentation of the lord on Feb 2.
According to Haaretz, the baby is in good health and in the care of social workers.
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