Following numerous clues, an explorer has discovered buried treasure, with much more than gold and ancient artifacts.
In Jordan, what appears to be several sarcophagi containing the mortal remains of what is postulated to be those of Alexander the Great and Cleopatra, among others. DNA testing is planned to determine with more certainty. A dagger believed to have belonged to Alexander was found on his chest.
Also, a rectangular case supported by feet and surrounded by a band of gold, with "melted ruby" on top.
Ruby melts at a temperature about twice as hot as gold's melting point. (Seems contradictory by ordinary examination.)
The case is thought to fit the description of the Ark of the Covenant, but its contents are not mentioned yet.
People involved are sworn to secrecy via non-disclosure agreement.
Most curiously, besides carved wooden figurines covered with gold leaf, with wood fragments carbon dated at 10,000 years old, as well as life-sized statues of people made of "solid gold," there are scrolls of various types which seem to be surviving artifacts from the LIBRARY OF ALEXANDRIA
. They say, "one third of the library" could be here.
The scrolls they say are not made of papyrus but "leather" (the Dead Sea scrolls are written on lambskin).
The find has not been made public yet, as of today, December 20th, 2018.
Source: radio program Coast to Coast AM, with George Noory, guest is Dr. Carmen Boulter.
.In the first half, Carmen Boulter, the director of The Pyramid Code, revealed an astonishing new archaeological find estimated to be 1000 times bigger than King Tut's Tomb, the last intact tomb found almost 100 years ago. Located in a still unannounced location in Jordan, a researcher searching for the Ark of the Covenant for 20 years, made the find via ground penetrating radar and a high definition satellite scan, she reported. The colossal discovery has three levels, she continued; one level has 12 rooms, another has 33 rooms, and it's estimated that it contains 30,000 to 45,000 tons of gold. Because of the vast wealth, Jordan has kept things quiet, she added.
According to Boulter's contact, the tomb contains a rectangular object with gold bars and melted rubies that fits the description of the Ark of the Covenant. Perhaps even more astounding, the site is said to house 1/3 of the lost library of Alexandria, as well as the burial sarcophagi of Cleopatra and Alexander the Great. Hidden from the public, the tomb has only been visited twice so far, said Boulter, who admitted that she has not seen it yet but was allowed to hold one of the artifacts-- a dagger said to be found positioned over Alexander's heart.