Judaism, Christianity and Islam all claim Jerusalem as the Holy City, which lies on the border of the ancient Israelite tribal lands of Benjamin and Judah, the ancient Southern Kingdom, the 10 Northern Kingdom tribes dispersed during the Assyrian conquest.
This site was where Abraham met Jebusite priest Melchizedek and Jacob experienced his angelic dream (amongst many scriptural references), was purchased by David as a site of worship. David (by slaying Goliath) gained control of the highway between Egypt and Mesopotamia allowing him and Solomon to maintain and control cordial relations between the two ancient economies. Solomon built the 1st Temple in Jerusalem offering international legislative services.
Today, the mythology of Egypt is intrinsically intertwined with the Christian identity, based on solar movements, as the lunar movements intertwine within Islam. Symbolic of this balance of power, Solomon placed both the Boaz column (solar, masculine, justice, daytime) and the Jachin column (lunar, feminine, mercy, night) on either side of his temple entrance, between which his High Priest moved to serve the G-D of Israel. This future temple allows for this re-enactment.
Simple Judaic ritual can be enacted, although strict adherence to Levitical law has become historically impossible due to worshipper numbers. The administration of the Law in Jesus' time, demonstrated this problem as he attempted to prepare the Abrahamic faith for the non-centralised years and their return.
Any person requesting to worship with the Jewish people, should be given access, subject to accommodation. Of the 12 petals that make up the congregational facilities, 2 are for the primary use of the tribes of Judah and Benjamin.
Access is gained by approaching the Temple Mount, walking up 1 of 4 ramped entrances, accessing a continuous lift system which arrives at the ambulatory level, allowing access to the tiered projected congregational spaces, not connected to the Instruction or Contemplation levels.
Likewise, lifts lower those leaving the sanctuary, to the 4 exit ramps.
All foreign gods (including Christian and Muslim regalia) are required to be left outside the temple walls as visitors would be requested to dress modestly. There will be no separation of gender within the congregation. The structure is disability accessible.