The Menorah was one of the holy objects inside the Temple. owned by the Legionaries of Christ
22 the snuffers, basins, ladles, and firepans, of pure gold. As for the entrance to the temple: the inner doors to the most holy place and the doors of the nave of the temple were of gold.. nave of the temple « Arthur2rcasc’s Blog
2 Chronicles – NRSV 22 "If someone sins against another and is required to take an oath and comes and swears before your altar in this house, 23 may you hear from heaven, and act, and judge your servants, repaying the guilty by bringing their conduct on their own head, and vindicating those who are in the right by rewarding them in accordance with their righteousness.
The menorah symbolized the ideal of universal enlightenment. The seven branches allude to the branches of human knowledge, ( the understanding to the seven spirit of the seven church’s is wisdom Seven Pillars of Wisdom ) represented by the six lamps inclined inwards towards, and symbolically guided by, the light of God represented by the central lamp. ( the golden cross – and Christ aka son of man holds them all in his hand and walks around amongst them ) The menorah also symbolizes the creation in seven days, with the center light representing the Sabbath. It is also said to symbolize the burning bush as seen by Moses on Mount Horeb === Exodus Synagogues have a continually lit lamp or light in front of the Ark, ( Presence lamp ) where the Torah scroll ( Bible on the back of the Eagle Seraphim – in the third temple – the new covenant in the new testimony ) ) is kept, called the ner tamid ( eternal light ). This lamp represents the continually lit ner Elohim of the menorah used in Temple times.
Exodus 25:31-40 31 And you must make a lamp stand of pure gold. Of hammered work the lamp stand is to be made. Its base, its branches, its cups, its knobs and its blossoms are to proceed out from it. 32 And six branches are running out from its sides, three branches of the lamp stand from its one side and three branches of the lamp stand from its other side. 33 Three cups shaped like flowers of almond are on the one set of branches, with knobs and blossoms alternating, and three cups shaped like flowers of almond on the other set of branches, with knobs and blossoms alternating. This is the way it is with the six branches running out from the lamp stand. 34 And on the lamp stand are four cups shaped like flowers of almond, with its knobs and its blossoms alternating. 35 And the knob under two branches is out of it and the knob under the two other branches is out of it and the knob under two more branches is out of it, for the six branches running out from the lamp stand. 36 Their knobs and their branches are to proceed out from it. All of it is one piece of hammered work, of pure gold. 37 And you must make seven lamps for it; and the lamps must be lit up, and they must shine upon the area in front of it. 38 And its snuffers and its fire holders are of pure gold. 39 Of a talent of pure gold he should make it with all these utensils of it. 40 And see that you make them after their pattern that was shown to you in the mountain.’
In 2009, however, the ruins of a synagogue with pottery dating from before the destruction of the Second Temple were discovered under land in Magdala owned by the Legionaries of Christ, who had intended to construct a center for women’s studies. Inside that synagogue’s ruins was discovered a rectangular stone, which had on its surface, among other ornate carvings, a depiction of the seven-branched menorah differing markedly from the depiction on the Arch of Titus, probably carved by an eyewitness to the actual menorah present at the time in the Temple at Jerusalem. This menorah has arms which are polygonal, not rounded, and the base is not graduated but triangular. Arch of Titus @@@ Knesset Menorah @@@ Menorah (Hanukkah) @@@ Menorah (Temple)
The lamps of the menorah were lit daily from fresh, consecrated olive oil and burned from evening until morning, according to Exodus 27:21.
The Roman-Jewish historian Flavius Josephus states that three of the seven lamps were allowed to burn during the day also; however, according to the Talmud ( Rashi, Tractate Shabbat 22b ), only the center lamp was left burning all day, into which as much oil was put as into the others. Although all the other lights were extinguished, that light burned oil, in spite of the fact that it had been kindled first. This miracle according to the Talmud ( Tractate Menahot 86b ) was taken as a sign that the Shechinah rested over Israel. It was called the ner hama’aravi (Western lamp) because of its position. This lamp was also referred to as the ner Elohim ( lamp of God ), mentioned in I Samuel 3:3. The miracle of the ner hama’aravi ended about 40 years before the destruction of the Temple ( circa 30 c.e. ) ( 72-42 = 30 ) according the Talmud Tractate ( Yoma 39a ), " Our Rabbis taught: During the last forty years before the destruction of the Temple ( that is to say around 30ad ) the lot [ ‘For the Lord’ ] did not come up in the right …hand ; nor did the crimson-coloured strap become white ; nor did the westernmost light shine "
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The menorah symbolized the ideal of universal enlightenment. The seven branches allude to the branches of human knowledge,represented by the six lamps inclined inwards towards, and symbolically guided by, the light of God represented by the central lamp. The menorah also symbolizes the creation in seven days, with the center light representing the Sabbath. It is also said to symbolize the burning bush as seen by Moses on Mount Horeb === Exodus 3
Jerusalem (CNN) — Israel’s Antiquities Authority announced Monday that a rare Roman sword in its leather scabbard which belonged to a Roman soldier and an engraving of a Menorah on a piece of stone dating from 66 CE were found in recent days in the 2000 year old drainage system in Jerusalem which ran between the City of David and the Jerusalem Archaeological Garden. Professor Ronny Reich told CNN that the sword probably belonged to a Roman infantryman stationed in Jerusalem during the Great Revolt (66 CE). At the time there were four Roman legions stationed in the area. This is the third Roman sword found in Jerusalem but what distinguishes this find is the fine state of preservation of the sword: it is around 60 cm (about 24 inches) in length, it was found in a leather scabbard and some of the decoration on the sword was preserved. The stone artifact with an etching of the Menorah was found in the soil near the drainage channel. The etching was probably done by a sharp nail according to Reich. "The importance of the etching," according to Reich, "is the depiction of the base of the Menorah which clarifies what the original base of the Menorah looked like: a quadrapod resting on a frame that was on the floor." The proximity of the find to the Temple Mount is also important and the researchers of the dig Eli Shukron from the Israel Antiquities Authority and Reich believe a passerby who saw the Menorah with his own eyes drew his impression of it on a stone. The Menorah was one of the holy objects inside the Temple.
yes you can arrest the Pope, or the Queen for such acts, any thing less damages the reputation of the church