The True Barrier of Qurush (Koresh)

Between two seas (Black Sea and Caspian Sea) there is the very high Caucasus mountain chain, and there is only one pass that allows people from north to cross to the south. This pass, called “The Pass of Darial” is located between the two cities of Villady and Tiblisi. There is a wall on this pass.

Maulana Izad saw that this wall at the “Darial Pass” was made of stone, which is a different material from that used to build the Wall mentioned in the Quraan which is made of iron and brass/copper/led.

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So, Izad immersed himself in the ancient Armenian heritage and with the help of translators found that there was another wall made of iron and copper/led very close to the one of stones called “Bahaat Goree” which mean “Saddu/Wall of Qurush / سد قرش” and “Cabaan Goree” which mean in Armenian: “Pass of Gorash”, which is Dzū al-Qarnayn.

Pictures of Darial Gorge

This is the border of the Republic of Georgia with the Russian Federation at the Georgian Military Highway at the Dariali Gorge in Georgia, 170 kilometers north of Tbilisi. The Dariali Gorge is 13 kilometers long: some are in Georgia and the rest behind this border check point in Russia. Immediately after the check point and on the Russian side is a small and narrow pass. Xasanwali 12 Muharram 1440 Hejree, 27 September 2018 Gregorian.

When you come out of the border control of the Russian Federation and enter the Republic of Georgia the first thing you see is this sign. You see this church, which was built only a couple years ago as the priest in it said to me, behind me on a mountain.

You came from the Russian border control and are now in Georgia: you will see this narrow pass at the end of this picture.

I am standing next to the power station where the Barrier of Dzū al-Qarnayn was located. Behind me is Georgia (this road takes you to Tbilisi through the tunnel behind me), and you see the small pass and am facing Russia.

This is the mountain hovering over the hydraulic power station. On this mountain is one end of the barrier that started, according to my personal eye estimate, about 100 meters above the ground. All the sites coloured in yellow are sections of the barrier that are still standing. Then the barrier will go through the valley and end on top of another mountain. Dzū al-Qarnayn first built two parallel wall of stone and then placed the iron bars and the brass between them and applied fire on them. Each yellow stone, as I saw with my own eyes, is a huge square yellow as big as the stones of the Pyramids of Giza in Cairo Egypt or bigger.

On Thursday 12 Muharram 1440 H (27 September 2018) I returned to the Darial Gorge, this time without an interpreter and took another video and pictures of the location

The Mystery of Wall Gog and Magog in Darial Gorge, Georgia

On Friday I went to the Georgia National Museum looking for the history of the Barrier of Dzū al-Qarnayn from the Georgian perspective. I was told that the man in charge of that file comes to work on Mondays and that I could not be helped and I was advised to go to the University Library.

We went there and were told exactly the same thing: to come back on Monday when that man was working. I gave some money, my telephone and my e-mail address to the taxi driver to go back on Monday and e-mail me the outcome. I departed from Georgia on Saturday. He called me over the phone on Monday and said: “Problem Bibliotek”.

I understood that he could not get any information on the barrier from the libraries. He was a honest young man.

This mountain is one of “The two sides of the Shell/The two steep mountainsides” ( حَتَّىٰ إِذَا سَاوَىٰ بَيْنَ الصَّدَفَيْنِ ) [Quraan Surah al-Kahfi : 96], the other is located on the other side of the valley that the Quraan called “Until when he reached a valley between two barriers / mountain chains ” ( حَتَّىٰ إِذَا بَلَغَ بَيْنَ السَّدَّيْنِ ) [Quraan Surah al-Kahfi : 93].

The word “Sadaf / صدف” means “One side of the shell than contains for example a perl and “Sadafayne / الصدفين” are the two sides of that shell that come together on the pearl.

The yellow spots on the mountain are the ruins of the two walls between which the iron blocks were placed. They are made of big sqare yellow stones such as those used to build the Pyramid of Giza in Cairo Egypt or bigger. I could not cross the valley to the other side to see the other end of the barrier, for I could find no road or way to take me there and there was heavy work in progress in the valley. The valley is located much lower than the motorway we were travelling by.

This is the side of the shell on the other side of the valley. Here you also see the electricity generating station in the valley.

When I talked to the priest in the church of Darial Gorge I asked him what was the building on top of the mountain on the other side of the valley and he said: “That is a monastery for women. It cannot be reached now because the bridge that was connecting the two sides of the valley has been removed.”

Wallahu a’lam bishshawaab

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