A New Massive Project “The Mukaab” was recently announced by Prince Mohammad bin Salman.  It is a massive and ambitious project echoing all the way back to Babylon and the Tower of Babel.  [Genesis Chapters 10 & 11]

Here is a brief blurb I found in of course Vouge, got to be in vouge if your in the world.  See this short video clip.  Disney World on Steriods and this all on top of the not so Smart City Prison Project of NEOM.  Very prideful and a somewhat infamous completion date that everyone in the Elite Globalist Great Reset Crowd love, 2030.  But me thinks that like The Tower of Babel they will also be again confused by God “the Lord of Hosts” Yahweh Sabaoth!

Joshua Toupos

The Mukaab & Mystery Babylon, Amos37 Ministries

 “Search the scriptures; for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me.” [J0hn 5:39 KJV]

“Which sometime were disobedient, when once the longsuffering of God waited in the days of Noah, while the ark was a preparing, wherein few, that is, eight souls were saved by water.  The like figure whereunto [even] baptism doth also now save us (not the putting away of the filth of the flesh, but the answer of a good conscience toward God,) by the resurrection of Jesus Christ:” [1Peter 3:20-21 KJV]

“And as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of man be lifted up: [John 3:14 KJV]

Comparisons between the “offering up” of Isaac in sacrifice found in Genesis 22:1-18, know in Hebrew as the “akeidah” [the binding] and the Passion and Resurrection of Jesus Christ:

  • Isaac and Jesus were “only, beloved” sons of a righteous father; Ishmael had been sent away in Genesis 21:14 [Genesis 22:2].
  • Both Isaac and Jesus are identified as the “son of Abraham” [see Genesis 21:3; 22:2; Matthew 1:1].
  • Both were to be offered in sacrifice [Genesis 22:2; John 1:29; Matthew 27:35; Mark 15:24; Luke 23:33; John 11:5019:17-18].
  • The sacrifice was offered in the land of Moriah – Jerusalem [Genesis 22:2; 2 Chronicles 3:1; Matthew 16:21-23].
  • Both sons carried the wood for their own sacrifice [Genesis 22:6; John 19:17]
  • Both were “bound” and placed on top of the wood [Genesis 22:9; John 19:18-19; Philippians 2:8].
  • Both willingly allow themselves to be offered in sacrifice [Genesis 22:7-8; Colossians 2:6-8].
  • Both sons were “resurrected” or “given back” the their fathers on the third day.  Isaac was essentially “dead” to his grieving father when God commanded him to sacrifice his son.  On the “third day” God provided another sacrifice and his son was restored.  God’s son died on the Cross and was resurrected on the third day! [Genesis 22:4; Matthew 16:21; 17:23; 20; 19; Mark 9:31; 10:34; Luke 9:22; 18:22; 24:7, 44-47; Acts 10:40; 1 Corinthians 15:4].

What is Biblical Typology?


God’s command to sacrifice Isaac was to foreshadow God’s sacrifice of His own Son. The story of Abraham prefigures the New Testament teaching of the atonement, the sacrificial offering of the Lord Jesus on the cross for the sin of mankind. Here are some of the parallels between the sacrifice of Isaac and the sacrifice of Christ:

• “Take your son, your only son, whom you love” (Genesis 22:2); “For God so loved the world that he gave His one and only Son” (John 3:16).

• “Go to the region of Moriah. Sacrifice him there” (Genesis 22:2); it is believed that this same area is where the city of Jerusalem was built many years later. Jesus was crucified in the same area that Isaac had been laid on the altar.

• “Sacrifice him there as a burnt offering” (Genesis 22:2); “Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures” (1 Corinthians 15:3). -See Full Article @GotQuestions

What’s The Meaning of  Binding of Isaac ‘The Akedah’?

The Topology of Mount Moriah (By Khouse & Dr. Chuck Missler) for full article.

If we examine the topology of Mount Moriah, we find it is a ridge system between the Mount of Olives and Mount Zion. It is bordered by the Kidron Valley on the east, the Hinom Valley on the south, and the Tyropean Valley on the west.

If we approach the Mount as Abraham did, from Beersheva to the south, we begin at about 600 meters above sea level, and climb to its peak, about 777 meters above sea level.5

Many years later, David would purchase the threshing floor of Arunah where Solomon would eventually build the Temple.6 (A threshing floor was located where a prevailing wind would facilitate the separation of the grain from the chaff.) In this case, it was at about 741 meters above sea level, but just below the peak. (See map, right. Each line is 10 meters in elevation)

The Offering Site

The peak of the Mount is at a place just outside the city wall to the north. It’s a place you can still visit today, just above an Arab bus station outside the Damascus Gate. It is known as Golgotha.

Isn’t it fascinating that a group of Roman soldiers erected three crosses 2,000 years ago on the very spot that Abraham offered his son so many years earlier?

The Missing Person

In Genesis 22, after the offering is completed, verse 19 lists the people that went home:

So Abraham returned to his young men, and they rose up and went together to Beersheva; and Abraham dwelt at Beersheva.

Genesis 22:19

The two young men were still waiting at the bottom of the hill with the donkey. So they all went home. There’s one small problem: Where’s Isaac?

Obviously, we all assume that he joined them on the return trip, and I’m sure he did. But notice that he is not mentioned. In fact, Isaac is “edited out of the record” from the time that he is offered, until he is united with his bride at the well of LaHai-Roi (“The well of the Living Water”) two chapters later. Just as His Bride now awaits being united with her “absent” Lord!

The New Testament is in the Old Testament concealed; the Old Testament is in the New Testament revealed.

Isn’t God great? Isn’t it amazing how far He has gone to show His love for us? A love story written in blood, on a wooden cross 2,000 years ago. This was all arranged so that you and I might have life with Him throughout eternity. Wow. Where’s “Isaac” in your life?


  1. Genesis 17:19.
  2. Genesis 22:14.
  3. Genesis 22:5.
  4. Hebrews 11:17-19.
  5. Abraham offered Isaac at the top; there was a settlement at the base (Gen 14:18).
  6. 1 Chronicles 21:18-26
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