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Norbert Kox rode a Harley Davidson and built exotic choppers by morphing Harleys with other motorcycles.
Ariel Davidson: Demon Hunter
The Prodigal Bike
(The Serial Number)
A 1999 discovery: The engine and front part of the frame are from a 1955 Ariel 500, and the forks and hard tail are Harley Davidson. It was only in 1999, while it was part of my “To Hell and Back” exhibition at the Neville Museum in Green Bay, that God revealed the significance of the name Ariel Davidson. Ariel is Hebrew for “Lion of God” and was the ancient name of Jerusalem; and Davidson of course is, “The Son of David,” a title of Yesu Christ. So literally, Ariel Davidson means, “Lion of God, Son of David.” Can it get any better than this? The bike named The Demon Hunter is founded on the Lion of God, the Son of David. Consider this, while I was explaining to museum visitors about the significance of the name Ariel Davidson, I noticed the serial number on the engine, right beneath the name Ariel. It is LK 364. I said, Wow, LK is how Luke is often abbreviated in Biblical references. I just happened to have my Bible in my hand and quickly opened to the book of Luke. At the time I had been working with the original Bible code program designed by researchers in Jerusalem, so I was used to reading the verse number to the left of the chapter number. The program had listed the Torah passage reference numbers with the chapter number to the right and the verse number to the left. If I read this New Testament reference the same way, LK 364, would be Luke verse 36, chapter 4. Here it is: “And they were all amazed, and spake among themselves, saying, What a word is this! for with authority and power he commandeth the unclean spirits, and they come out.” You could have knocked me over with a feather, “The Demon Hunter!” Twenty four years after it’s creation came the realization that God used this vehicle to confirm his Word and to witness his guiding hand upon me even before I knew him.