Blueprints For Temple

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In his recent USA speaking engagement tour, (January 2011), Rabbi  Chaim Richman of the Temple Institute revealed to the public for the  very first time detailed construction plans for the Chamber of Hewn  Stone: the seat of the Great Sanhedrin which is a central component of  the Holy Temple complex on the Temple Mount.

These complete and highly intricate plans constitute the first stage  of an historical undertaking of the Temple Institute: the drafting of  blueprints for the entire Holy Temple complex. These plans, drawn up by a  top Israeli architectural firm hired by the Temple Institute, take into  account the specific requirements of the Sanhedrin assembly hall, known  historically as the Chamber of Hewn Stone.

At the same time these plans incorporate modern technological  infrastructure necessary to a twenty-first century facility: this  includes internet ports, wireless communications systems, computer data  storage, elevators, air conditioning and underground parking. All these  modern amenities, and many more, have been integrated into the Sanhedrin  structure without compromising the integrity of the great assembly’s  physical or spiritual character.

No land can be prepared, no foundation can be laid, no wall can be  erected without a detailed architectural plan first being drawn up,  approved by engineers and presented to the appointed site manager. The  plans you are viewing on this page fulfill every requirement necessary  for the immediate commencement of work on this aspect of the Holy Temple  complex.

The Sanhedrin Chamber of Hewn Stone is but a single chamber in the  northern wall of the Holy Temple. It was chosen as the initial focus of  the blueprint project, not because of its architectural significance,  per se, but because of its overwhelming spiritual significance to the  world. The seventy elders of the Sanhedrin have been vested with the  authority of the seventy elders whom Gd commanded Moshe to appoint in  the desert:

“Then HaShem said to Moses, ‘Assemble for Me seventy men of the  elders of Israel, whom you know to be the people’s elders and officers,  and you shall take them to the Tent of Meeting, and they shall stand  there with You. I will come down and speak with you there, and I will  increase the spirit that is upon you and bestow it upon them. Then they  will bear the burden of the people with you so that you need not bear it  alone.’” (Numbers 11:16–17)

These elders are not only judges, but also teachers who task is to  ensure that “for out of Zion shall the Torah come forth, and the word of  HaShem from Jerusalem.” (Isaiah 2:3) This being said, it should also be  noted that the Chamber of Hewn Stone sits in close proximity to the Ark  of the Covenant, from which the sages draw Divine inspiration.

The video below is a virtual computer-generated walk-through of the proposed Sanhedrin Chamber of Hewn Stone:

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The  Temple Institute presents for the first time, complete and highly  detailed blueprints of the Sanhedrin Assembly Hall, the Chamber of Hewn  Stone, part of the Holy Temple complex itself. These plans, drawn up by a  top Israeli architectural firm hired by the Temple Institute,  incorporate modern technological innovation while remaining true to the  specific requirements of the Sanhedrin. These plans represent the first  stage in the drawing up of comprehensive architectural plans for the  entire Holy Temple complex.This video is based on these plans.

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