Israel home to world's largest oil fields?
U.S. expert plans massive drilling project at Dead Sea
By Kaye Corbett
IRVING, Texa, U.S.A.
A $30 million, six-to-eight-month project to uncover the world's largest oil field atop a salt dome at the southwest end of Israel's Dead Sea, is expected to begin in early 1999, according to respected Texas oil man, Harold "Hayseed" Stephens1.
Until now, Israel's Islamic enemies have possessed nearly 75 per cent of the world's oil reserves with Israel's supply only a fraction of that. It's reported that Islamic nations such as Saudi Arabia, all sworn enemies of the tiny Jewish state, have trillions of barrels while Israel has only enough oil to supply itself for about one and a half days and depends on other countries for the remainder.
Stephens, a one-time "hell-raiser" and former pro football quarterback with the New York Titans, explained Israeli oil officials had approved his lease in early September and drilling equipment would likely arrive at the site early in the New Year.
Besides being an oilman, Stephens is an ordained minister and said the drilling of Elohim Parezim #1 (meaning "Lord of the Breakthrough") in the Dead Sea area could mean "the entire geopolitical system will be changed forever."
The lease license is called Hesed, meaning "the God that keepeth
covenant for a thousand generations," and part of that license is the Ness
Carveout, named after the
"God has it all orchestrated," explained Stephens, who spent Succot in Israel and visited the Dead Sea site.
Stephens had planned to visit Israel in early June; however, he claimed
the Holy Spirit
On Friday, June 26, in a hotel at the Dallas-Fort Worth airport, history may have been changed forever.
It was no ordinary corporate businessmeeting.
The Israeli delegation was led by Yossi Levy, director/president of the Israel Oil Company, Inc., from Petach Tikvah, Israel and Haim Tsuff, chairman of the board of the Israel Oil Company, who now lives in Holland.
Astonishing geological and geophysical evidence led to the signing of an historic agreement between Israel Oil Company, Inc., and Stephens' "Christian-owned" company, Ness Energy, International.
It is believed that there are vast amounts of oil in the Dead Sea region of Israel sufficient on foreign energy sources and from vulnerability to economic "pressure" to give up land for peace.
After the June 26 meeting, Stephens received the lease from Israel and then returned to Israel for his 55th visit.
Stephens has relied heavily on the Scriptures and prophetic words,
in addition to the
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