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Gilded and coral encrusted Egyptian chariot wheels found in Gulf of Aqaba at Nuweiba, Sinai Peninsula
"And Moses stretched out his hand over the sea; and the LORD caused the sea to go back by a strong east wind all that night, and made the sea dry land, and the waters were divided." (Exodus 14:21)
The Hebrew Exodus from Egypt is in scope the most miraculous event ever to be recorded by man. It's historicity though has been challenged and reduced to mere mythology by many religious theologians and biblical archaeologists until recently. In 1978 Ron Wyatt, a biblical archaeologist without formal training, confounded the opponents of biblical historical accuracy by discovering the true "Exodus Red Sea Crossing" in the Gulf of Aqaba (Red Sea) at Nuweiba, Sinai Peninsula.
The authenticity of Wyatt's claim has been validated with the discovery of the remains of ancient Egyptian army chariots lying at the bottom of an underwater land bridge connecting Sinai to Saudi Arabia. Many coral encrusted chariot wheels, and a gilded four spoked chariot wheel were found. Fossilized human and horse bones were also recovered, but carbon dating was not possible.
The Hebrew name given to the Red Sea crossing site was Pi-hahiroth (Hebrew: פִּי הַחִירֹת). The Hebrew name "Pi-hahiroth" has been translated as "mouth of the gorges," descriptive of its location, where the mouths of two rivers (wadis) combine at the point of entry into the sea. The Nuweiba peninsula fits this description exactly. The historical significance of the Nuweiba site as the site of the Exodus crossing was also known in ancient times. This fact is attested to by the discovery of "commemorative inscriptions erected by King Solomon" on both the Sinai and Saudi Arabian sides of the crossing.
In 2000 Dr. Lennart Moller, a research scientist from Sweden, headed an expedition that retraced the footsteps of Wyatt. Soon after the expedition, it's Swedish backers produced an excellent documentary video and book supporting Wyatt's claims as well as adding extensively to the archaeological documentation. Archaeological research is ongoing, with a new documentary due in 2008.
While some archaeologists consider Ron Wyatt's accomplishments to be nothing but fraud and sensationalism, many have examined the evidence and perceive the truth beyond the personalities and politics of the profession.
Documentation of Ron Wyatt's Discovery
Wyatt created a video documentary of his expeditions to Sinai and Saudi Arabia in search of the historical Red Sea Crossing and Mt Sinai. This video is now posted on You-Tube. See below:
Documentation of Dr. Lennart Moller's Expedition
Excerpts from Dr. Moller's "Search For The Red Sea Crossing" video were formerly found on "You-Tube". Both book and video documenting Dr. Moller's expedition can be purchased thru Amazon.com (see below):
Watch Dr Moller's Interview of the Exodus Crossing
The Discovery of the true Mt. Sinai
Wyatt also theorized from the Biblical account that the true site of Mt. Sinai (Mt Horeb) and Israel's encampment must be near the "Red Sea Crossing" in the surrounding mountains of Midian in Saudi Arabia. His theory brought him to Jebel el Lawz, a mountain long known by its residents to be the site of Gods presence and Israel's encampment. Thus far the evidence at Jebel el Lawz fits the biblical description perfectly.
This study is linked to various authoritative websites. These findings will surely have far reaching effects on Judaic, Christian and Islamic perspectives in the future.
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