There it was, the Hebrew Ten Commandments engraved in stone on a mountain.
No, not Mount Sinai in the Middle East. Rather, a mountain known by Indians as the â€œCliff of Strange Writingsâ€ and now often called Mystery Mountain or Hidden Mountain, west of a small town called Los Lunas (http://www NULL.loslunasnm NULL.gov/) about 22 miles south of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
We of the Foundation for Moral Law believe the Ten Commandments are the moral foundation of our legal system. I had heard of the Los Lunas Mystery Stone (left). Skeptical but curious, I researched the stone on the internet and communicated with several archeologists to gain their perspectives. And last week, 25 February 2010, I hiked up the mountain to see for myself.
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Continue reading Col. Eidsmoe’s investigative report of the Los Lunas Ten Commandments inscription here. (http://www NULL.morallaw NULL.org/LosLunasStoneEidsmoe_3_5_10 NULL.htm)