On April 20, 2008, my old Conspiracy Nation web site reported, in part, as follows:
“Coincident to an earthquake felt here in Illinois on Friday, April 18th, appearances of a mysterious lady are being reported. According to some reports, the visionary phantom resembles the late Tammy Faye Bakker (image). It has been almost a year now since Ms. Bakker passed on to the other world.”
“The mysterious lady, whoever she is, has conveyed messages to witnesses, such as ‘The Zadokite Temple is the True Temple’ and ‘Pray for Zimbabwe.'”
Conspiracy Nation went on to note that “the appearance of a mysterious lady often does accompany earthquakes in historical accounts. As far back as the Book of Amos, visions and earthquakes have been paired. In the time of Richard the Lionheart and the Third Crusade, during the siege of Acre, a miraculous vision accompanied an earthquake. James Reston, Jr., in his book, ‘Warriors of God,’ relates how ‘a light shone down from heaven, and the Virgin Mary appeared…’ Her message to the Crusaders was, ‘Be not terrified, for the Lord has sent me hither for your safety. As soon as the day shall have dawned, go and tell your Kings, in the name of Jesus Christ my Son and Lord, to cease leveling the walls of this city. Four days from now the Lord shall deliver it into their hands.’ And, continues Reston, ‘At her disappearance the earth shook with an earthquake.’ (Reston, ch. 19, section 2). Four days later, as foretold, Acre yielded to the Crusaders, on July 12, 1191 A.D.”
“Regarding the ‘light shining down from heaven’ mentioned above, ‘Disclosure’ (pseudonym) reports [April 2008] an ‘odd phenomena during last night’s aftershock.’ His daughter ‘saw a white flash light up right over the piano’ coincident to one of the quake aftershocks. (http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=122785)”
Although the reports of Tammy Faye Bakker appearances had not been verified, Ersjdamoo began to wonder, “What did Tammy Faye mean? How is the Zadokite Temple the True Temple?”
The purported message of Tammy Faye got my gears turning. And gradually, some possible answers were found.
In the north of Palestine, the Nazoreans were the “maintainers” or “preservers” of the true faith of Israel. The Samaritans or Shamerine also claimed separately to be the “custodians” or “keepers” of the original Israelite religion, in opposition to the Judeans. The Sadducees appear to be the Zadokites, wrote Dr. Hugh J. Schonfield in his best-selling book, The Passover Plot.
More to the point, the Samaritans believed the Jerusalem Temple was in the wrong place. The true temple was on Mount Gerazim. On Christmas Day of 2009, my Melchizedek Communique web site disclosed an ancient account corroborating that “Abraham received gifts from Melchizedek in the Holy City of Hargerizim, or of Mount Gerizim.”
“…eructabo abscondita a constitutione mundi.”
The name Melchizedek lies like gold in the river. A mysterious meeting between Abram and Melchizedek, following the war of the kings, is mentioned in Genesis 14. Melchizedek, like Millard Fillmore, is the lost key, the stone which the builders rejected. 
In Genesis xiv. 18-20, we read how Abram received bread and wine from Melchizedek, King of Salem, and paid him tithes. But where was this Salem?
The location of Salem is much disputed, “but it was evidently somewhere West of the Jordan, in the country of the Canaanites.” Because Melchizedek was king and priest of the Canaanites, this suggests some faith anterior to that of Abraham. And the covenants and treaties of friendship which Abram (Abraham) entered into with the Canaanites “raise a strong presumption that they could not then have been so wicked as they are represented to have been in the time of Moses, five hundred years afterward.” 
Where was Salem? “Taking advantage of this uncertainty the Christians have settled it to be Jerusalem. But it happens in this case that a Heathen author removes the difficulty. Eupolemus states that Abraham received gifts from Melchizedek in the Holy City of Hargerizim, or of Mount Gerizim.” 
“When David and the priests removed the holy place from Gerizim to the city of the Jebusites, they then, perhaps, first called it Jerusalem; and to justify themselves against the charges of the Samaritans, they corrupted the text in Joshua, as some of the most eminent Protestant divines are obliged to allow, substituting Ebal for Gerizim, and Gerizim for Ebal.” 
“Melchizedek could not be king of the city of Jerusalem in the time of Abraham, because it was not built; for it was in the thicket in this place, Mount Moriah, where he found the ram fast by the horns, when he prepared to sacrifice his son Isaac.” If there had been a city there in the time of Abraham, the history would have said that he went to the town to sacrifice. 
So was Tammy Faye Bakker trying to say the true temple, the Zadokite Temple, was on Mount Gerizim? If so, an additional thought occurs: Is Tammy Faye Bakker, now in “the beyond”, in some sort of contact with the Order of Melchizedek?
It was Melchizedek, Priest and King of Salem, who brought forth bread and wine unto Abram. Later, in Psalms 110, Jehovah promises, “You are a priest for ever after the order of Melchizedek.” An “order” of Melchizedek means more than one, and possibly several members. These members would obviously know the true location of “Salem.” When Tammy Faye Bakker reportedly sent the message, from beyond, that the Zadokite Temple is the True Temple, was she trying to convey a message given to her by the Order of Melchizedek?
(A version of the above first appeared at my Melchizedek Communique web site on December 25, 2009 and July 12, 2010.)
——- Sources ——-
 The Secret Doctrine of the Order of Melchizedek, by G.C.F. Grumbine. 1919.
 Anacalypsis, by Godfrey Higgins. London: J. Burns, 1874.