THE RED SEA
AND ART DISCOVEIRIES
THIS IS A SUBMARINE LAND BRIDGE AT THE GULF OF AQABA, PREPARED BY GOD MAYBE AHEAD OF TIME FOR THE CROSSING OF THE RED SEA.
I was told by a Dr.in archaeology that there were no SUBMARINE BRIDGE in the gulf of Aqabah.But see what the Bible tells us about that.
Was it not you who dried up the sea, the waters of the great deep,
who made a road in the depths of the sea so that the redeemed
might cross over? Isaiah 51:10
My question is: when did God make this land bridge into the sea, to be reasonably shallow in comparison to the depth of the sea on both sides?
Did God make this bridge underwater since the creation of the world, knowing beforehand that His children would be slaves in Egypt, so God prepared the bridge for them to pass through the sea on dry ground but with enough depth of water to sink the Egyptians?
Or did God make the bridge at the time that He told Moses to open the waters? This I will have to wait for Christ to come, to address this question to Him.
In that day there will be an altar to the LORD in the heart of Egypt, and a column to the LORD at its border. “It will be a sign and witness to the LORD Almighty in the land of Egypt. When they cry out to the LORD because of their oppressors, he will send them a savior and defender, and he will rescue them”. Isaías 19:19-20.
Ron Wyatt found this column laying in the
water of the Nuwayba beach.Then he informed the Israeli Authorities and
showed them the column.The Israeli authorities then placed it 500 feet from the sea, marking thelocation of the parted waters.
When Ron and his sons were prisoners under the Saudi authorities, they thought that he was a spy.But after Ron showed them the columns they believed his stories and gave them liberty to go home. Ron said that the columns saved their lives.
Ron Wyatt found this column on the Arabian side, and it is identical to the column he found in the Nuweiba beach, in Egypt. This column was placed there by Solomon, to mark where the waters were opened by God.
Then he informed the authorities and showed them the column.
In the column was inscribed the following:
This column is not focused but in it we can see the inscriptions better.
After Ron discovered these columns he realized that this must be the crossing site where Moses parted the waters. So he study an old Egypcian map and found out that this was the exactely place where the waters were parted.
In this old map he found that the beach in the gulf of Aqaba was called:
"NUWAYBA AL MUZAYYINAH"
He had that translated and in English is:
"WATERS OF MOSES PARTING".
When he found that this is where Moses parted the waters, he desided to go in and see if he could find something of the past.
A gold chariot wheel found in the Red Sea in the waters of the Nuweiba beach, at a depth of 200 feet. This gold vanir charriot wheel is from the 18th dynasty, which was the time of Moses.
This is an axle belonged to a chariot wheel.
After Ron discovered te charriot wheels, many places where open for scuba diving at the Nuweiba beach
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People from all parts of the world comes to dive
in the Nuweiba beach. This dive trip included: Ross Patterson from Australia, VivekaPonten from Sweden, Michael Redman and Aaron Sen from Britain, and Tor Larsen from Norway.
It was a series of dives from May to September of 2000. Their main purpose was to chart the contours and depth of the underwater bridge or "landbridge". Some items were found, but nothing that could be removed without destroying [also against Egyptian law to remove coral].
At one dive they discovered a wheel shaped coral. It was the size of a chariot wheel. It had the hub and 6 spokes. This was located at about 28 metres. The diver with the metal detector swept it and got a positive reading around the rim, but not the spokes or hub. The diver that first located it tried to move it, but it wouldn't budge.
There was found to be metal in several corals along with rust color that looked like iron. The remains of would have mostly rusted away but leaving tiny amounts of metal traces. They've been there since 1446 BC.
Wheels at the bottom of the
at Nuweiba beach
These wheels were found by other divers, not Ron Wyatt.
Photo of a car of the Egyptian era. It was the 18th dynasty of pharaohs and it has a remarkable similarity to the wheels found in the sea.
Also found were some human
and horse’s bones.
A horse hoof found in the
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