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Welcome to John Michell, a best-selling author and world authority on the mysteries of existence. John writes regular weekly articles for my page in the Daily Mirror newspaper. Now those articles can be read on this site. It is a thrill to have John writing for us about unexplained phenomena. I have been an admirer of his work since I was a teenager. I hope you enjoy his thought-provoking work. Jonathan Cainer

Archive for Thursday 24th April 2003 - King Solomon and the temple for all nations

The most deeply mystical of all ancient buildings is Solomon’s Temple at Jerusalem. It is not just a building but a symbol. Its meaning is universal – to Jews, Christians, Muslims and all who cherish the ideal of peace and harmony among nations.

The story of the Temple begins in 961 BC with its foundation by King Solomon. He was perfectly wise and just, and the plan he used was a divine pattern. It was said to be the plan by which the world was made, and the model for the ideal human society. That is why the Temple is so precious. In it are the secrets of the universe.

Solomon’s Temple was destroyed in the sixth century BC. King Herod built a magnificent replica just before the time of Christ, but the Romans burnt it, and it has never been replaced. One day, according to the prophecies, the Temple will be restored. It will be for “all people” (Isaiah 56, 7). It will include all religions, but will be dedicated to the divine truth on which they are all based.

When that day comes, the whole world will change. It could happen soon, unexpectedly, in the very moment of crisis. It will happen in human relationships, and between nations – a switch from fear and jealousy to the level of respect and love. Is that unrealistic? My own view is that Solomon’s Temple, the symbol of united, divinely-centred humanity, is more real and lasting than the ugly thoughts and images that now divide us.

John Michell

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John Michell is a prolific author. Below are just two of John's books which might interest you. We have arranged with our friends at The Daily Mirror for website visitors to order books mentioned on this site.

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Unexplained Phenomena, A Rough Guide Special
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Who Wrote Shakespeare?
(Thames & Hudson, rrp £8.95) for the Mirror Direct special price of £6.95 + p&p.
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