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2° - The "Book" of the Law was rediscovered:
During the reign of the young king Josiah, grandson of Manasseh, the discovery of the Book of the Law was reported in the House of the LORD.
With the exception of the great king Hezekiah (2 KINGS 18.(4)), who had preceded Manasseh, the kings of Judah had all betrayed the Covenant and worshipped idols.
It was during the restoration work on the Temple, which had lasted several years, that the Book of the Law was discovered. 2 KINGS 22:

"8. Then HILKIAH, the high priest, said to SHAPHAN, the scribe: I have found the book of the law in the house of the LORD.
And HILKIAH gave the book to SHAPHAN, and he read it."

The house of the Lord is neither the Temple of Solomon nor Holy of Holies, but the Ark; The Book of the Law is not a scroll: the "Tablets" are the Book Containing the Law...

"11. When the king heard the words of the book of the law, he rent his his clothes."

This contrite attitude proves clearly that Josiah, and the Priests who had handed the oral tradition down for generations, were unaware of the whole of the Torah... Josiah convened all the people and read the Law of the Lord. 2 KINGS 23 and CHRONICLES 34.(29-30).

"1. And the king [JOSIAH] had gathered to him all the elders of JUDAH and of JERUSALEM."
"2. And the king went up into the house of the Lord, with all the men of
JUDAH and all the inhabitants of JERUSALEM, and the priests, and the prophets, and all the people, both small and great. And he read before them all the words of the book of the covenant which was found in the house of the Lord."

He then re-established the Passover, as the Lord had ordered, in Egypt: 2 KINGS 23.(21, 22).

"21. And the king commanded all the people, saying: "Keep the Passover unto the LORD your God, as it is written in the book of this covenant."
"22. Surely such a Passover had not been held since the days of the
judges that judged Israel, nor in all the days of the kings of Israel, nor of the kings of Judah."

How then could the Book of the Law, unknown, or forgotten for generations, re-emerge suddenly in the Temple?
It was because it was not a question of scrolls, but of "Tablets" hidden in the Ark, itself hidden in a cavity dug in the ground, in the centre of the Holy of Holies, as had been indicated by Solomon, 1 KINGS, 8.(12,13) and II CHRONICLES 6.(1):
"12. Then SOLOMON spoke: The Lord said he would dwell in the thick darkness."
"13. I have built a house for you to dwell in, a place for you to abide in forever."

Robert Ambelain reported in "LE SECRET D’ISRAEL", p.157, the discovery of the Ark:
"Josiah also spoke to the Levites, through whose exhortations all of Israel was sanctified to the Lord, and said to them:

"Return the Ark to the sanctuary of Temple that Solomon, son of David, king of Israel, built. For you will no longer carry it."


On p.156, we saw the confirmation of the discovery of the Ark:
"The Talmud reported that king Josiah had the sacred chest hidden in a very secret cubby-hole, arranged by Solomon, when he feared that the Temple might be captured and burned by the Chaldeans. The rabbis in fact thought that the Ark of the Covenant would be refound "at the time
of the coming of the Messiah"."

It was in this hiding place that the "Templars" refound it.

The Ark no longer contained anything except the "Tablets", and it was above the Ark that the Lord continued to manifest. Thus the Lord cohabited with the Tables, within the Ark, or else the manifestation of the Lord came from the "Tablets".

"There was nothing in the Ark, except the two stone Tablets handed by Moses to the Horeb, when the LORD concluded the covenant with the sons of Israel on their departure from Egypt. However, when the priests went out of the holy place, the thick cloud filled the House of the LORD, and the priests could not remain there for their service because of this cloud, since the glory of the LORD filled the House of the LORD." I KINGS (9-11).

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