I know of a greater treasure.
G-d asks Job a question some believe Job lived after the flood and long before Moses after 2350 BC and before 1750 BC.
The question to Job was found in Job 38:22-23 Hast thou entered into the treasures of the snow? or hast thou seen the treasures of the hail, (23) Which I have reserved against the time of trouble, against the day of battle and war?
Glass was available to these people, so it is possible lenses to notice such things were also available. But nothing near intricate as a microscope. A snowflake melts instantly in a warm hand so one would have to be in a lying position on the ground to view the crystalline structures in Job’s time. Man has machines today that can make snow but nothing like the master.
The masters are oddly shaped like the star of David, or the star of David can be seen in many of them as if he was trying to communicate something of immense importance. That would no doubt be HIS love for Israel.
Today we need to look closely at these treasures in the snow. More valuable than they are we, G-d loves children and Angels behold the faces of them. In the timeline of events, we are G-d’s youngest children, to become more valuable to HIM you must accept HIS SON in your heart and seek to live like Jesus. The job to bring in the harvest has fallen to a child a man on the outside, only inwardly still just a child and I am HIS child make no mistake.
How can snow be part of a war G-d will win?
Job 38:23 Which I have reserved against the time of trouble, against the day of battle and war?
First casualty, last casualty.
Let us not forget about these treasures G-d made snow for the children and Jesus for us all, not Santa. Oh but Santa is for the children, Satan doesn’t like children think about it! You aid him in his mocking and G-d will not be mocked!