Quadruple Your Impact

We are excited to launch this year’s Annual Appeal with the news that we have matching funds to QUADRUPLE this year’s donations!

As you know, we were promised government funding over a year ago, but we have yet to see any of those promises fulfilled.

In four months, we will run out of funding completely, so we are now relying on our supporters to raise $25,000 – matched to give us $100,000 to complete the year, start 2019, continue our research, and stay on track for publishing in 2021.

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Without being able to publish our research, it will be as though the half a million significant artifacts that we’ve recovered didn’t exist.

This tragedy is avoidable with YOUR help.

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2017/18 Accomplishments

With your help, this past year we put in 8700 research hours, advanced our research, finalized multiple chapters for our publication, and completed over 2000  technical drawings and photographs of our artifacts. We also submitted three chapters to a book about the Temple Mount, and presented at multiple conferences.

We also just submitted an extensive article for publication about the Immer Bulla. Through in depth research, we made remarkable discoveries and have many new insights about the Temple Treasury and the King’s Palace Treasury.

Support our research and we can answer unsolved questions like:

  • When exactly was the First Temple built?
  • Was there idol worship in the First Temple period as described in the Bible?
  • What did the courts of Herod’s temple look like?
  • What was the most popular sacrifice on the Temple Mount?
  • Did the Romans build a pagan temple on the Temple Mount?
  • Did the Byzantines (Christian Romans) have a church on the Temple Mount despite Jesus’s prophecy that not one stone would remain upon another?
  • Did the legendary Knights Templar really use Solomon’s Stables as stables for their horses?

Continued Support

We are asking for your continued support for this research. Although we hope government funding will be granted in the future, we need YOUR help now. The beauty of the Sifting Project is that it is based on communal support in sifting and in funding.

This project could not exist without our many supporters. Your generosity means that we can continue our research and ensure that the true history of the Temple Mount is shared with the world.

Watch this video appeal from Ed Baumstein, one of our donors who is now also on the board of our foundation.

 

Donate NOW and make a huge difference for the heritage of the world.