Looking south down the Herodian street along the Western Wall at the southwest end of the Temple Mount. Robinson’s Arch. Stones from the Jewish Temple and broken Herodian ashlars lay at the base of the Temple Mount wall right were they landed in 70 AD when the Tenth Roman Legion destroyed the temple and its courts.
The portion of the Western Wall inside the black box is the portion that remains from Herod's New Testament Temple Mount's retaining wall. The stones inside the black box, or those seven courses of stone, are all Herodian Ashlar blocks.
A typical midnight in June at the Western Wall Prayer Plaza. Wilson’s Arch is to the left and the ramp for non-Muslim entrance to the Temple Mount through the Morocco Gate is to the right. The men’s section is the larger portion to the left and the women’s prayer section can be seen to the right next to the ramp. There is a thin five foot wall called a mehitza separating the men’s and women’s sections.
Elijah's spring, flowing constantly, it provides mineral water to the region of Jericho -2 Kings 2:21-22 http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_AF2UWF6h3QE/TOgEtQLtJGI/AAAAAAAACiE/tocKppKOQnU/s1600/IMG_8563.JPG
Symbols of 12 tribes of Israel! Come let us rally round the Throne of King David! JAH live