The Lions’ Gate (Hebrew: שער האריות Sha’ar ha-Arayot, Arabic: باب الأسباط, also St. Stephen’s Gate or Sheep Gate) is located in the Old City Walls of Jerusalem, and is one of seven open Gates in Jerusalem’s Old City Walls.
Located in the east wall, the entrance marks the beginning of the traditional Christian observance of the last walk of Jesus from prison to crucifixion, the Via Dolorosa. Near the gate’s crest are four figures of leopards, often mistaken for lions, two on the left and two on the right. They were placed there by Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent to celebrate the Ottoman defeat of the Mamluks in 1517. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lions%27_Gate)
Right now this planet is following the walk of re-birth. It is walking from a prison planet into it’s crucifixion, where it will then rise from the ashes. The path that which it takes is called the Dolorosa which is…. (Latin:…
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