David, Jerusalem and the Holy Ark. David conquers Jerusalem, yet is “threatened” with the “blind and lame.” These are references to the gods of the Jebusite. Psychic/occultic warfare, the battles between the gods, how it was viewed in the ancient Middle East, and how it is viewed (and practiced) to this day (angelic wars). Jerusalem becomes the capital of the United Tribes of Israel, why this city was chosen over all others. The Ark is moved. The Ark, in a cart, as opposed to being carried by Levites, is shaken. Uzza, the Ark's escort, reaches out to stabilize it and is electrocuted. The Ark is powerful and deadly, we endeavor to explain why and how this is so. David later brings the Ark to Jerusalem, dancing all the way, and is later rebuked by his wife Michal for acting in a way that she views as undignified for a King (like her father). David, the man of emotion, rebuffs her. Who knows who would have succeeded David as King if this conversation never happened.