Peter’s tomb found in Jerusalem!
In 2017 I did a teaching called “The Lost Biography of Peter” Click here to see the post and video
which proved that St. Peter was buried on the Mount of Olives and not in Rome. Now, six years later, my friend Lawrence Zupan confirmed my findings by actually getting unprecedented access to Peter’s ossuary that reads in Aramaic “Shimon bar Yona” or “Simon son of Jonah” (see Matthew 16:17). The tomb was confirmed to be a Jewish-Christian cemetery that dated back to the time of the apostles according to the Italian archaeologists who issued their report in 1958. Zupan’s expedition to Dominus Flevit and the Church of the Flagellation brought the world’s first color photographs of this and other precious artifacts of early Christians buried there, including Martha, Mary and Lazarus. These are also the first photographs of these items taking in more than 60 years. He will actually show some of these photographs for the first time here!
But Zupan also explains some curious activities that might prove to be part of a cover up from the Roman Catholic Church, who moved Peter’s bone box from its original tomb for “restoration” and then locked it away at another church (Church of the Flagellation) that has at this moment neither restored it nor displayed it. Zupan got special favor and permission to photograph and handle the ossuary, and but for that grace given to him by sympathetic leaders in that church, we might still be unaware of the location of this precious object.
Also, as an exclusive for One Faith One People Ministries members, go deeper into this mystery with images from the original 1958 Italian expedition to Dominus Flevit, as well as the new groundbreaking photographs that Lawrence Zupan took in this PDF. Hear the truth for yourself from the man who was actually there and saw the ossuary with his own eyes!
Click this Link to Download the Notes!
Also read the updated essay here: