Cave of the Apocalypse - Where John of Patmos is said to have written The Book of Revelations.http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g189447-d207187-r171854243-Monastery_of_St_John-Patmos_Dodecanese_South_Aegean.html
St. John the Theologian, commonly identified with the Apostle John, was exiled on Patmos around 95 AD and received revelations from God by means of a voice from a cleft in the rock. It is thought by some scholars that John was from Ephesus, which is a short boat ride from Patmos and which received the first of the letters addressed to the Seven Churches of Revelation. A sanctuary and the Monastery of the Apocalypse were later built around the...
Yoga in Patmos ~ the small island of Apocalypse (Revelation)
The Biographical Bible: Exploring the Biblical Narrative from Adam and Eve to John of Patmos, by Ruth A. Tucker, is free in the Kindle store and from Barnes & Noble and ChristianBook, courtesy of Christian publisher Baker Books.
The Cave of the Apocalypse is situated about halfway up the mountain on the Aegean island of Patmos, along the road between the villages of Chora and Skala. This grotto is believed to mark the spot where John the Apostle of Jesus received his visions that he recorded in the Book of the Revelation. This is where John was exiled by the Romans.