Jun 28 2009

A journey to one of the world’s deepest mysteries

Published by Editor at 9:40 am under University in the Media

June 26, 2009  San Diego Jewish News

We were met at the entrance of Moshav Naama, situated 16 kilometers north of Jericho by Professor Adam Zertal, who is an archeologist and professor from the Haifa University. He gathered all the media, then conducted the group to a point about a kilometer east of the moshav.  With the bare eye you do not notice anything out of the ordinary.

…Researchers found a big hole in the ground, some three miles northeast of Jericho. Bedouins living in the area warned the researchers against entering the hole, telling them it was a cursed cave, visited by evil spirits and inhabited by jackals and wolves.

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One Response to “A journey to one of the world’s deepest mysteries”

  1. billyon 31 Jul 2014 at 4:23 am

    morality@ethicists.turtleneck” rel=”nofollow”>.…

    thank you….

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