And the children of Israel went into the midst of the sea upon the dry ground: and the waters were a wall unto them on their right hand, and on their left.
When people think of Old Testament miracles, the one they most often think of is the parting of the Red Sea. But where exactly did it happen? Most people assume it happened on this side:
Which I guess makes sense? I mean, they were fleeing Egypt and Egypt is literally, like, right there! But That doesn’t match what the Bible says. It’s very specific where they went, giving exact distances and everything. Ron Wyatt followed the Bible, literally, and found this:
It led him directly to the exact location of the crossing. Here is the location on Google Maps. He and his sons dove in the water and found Egyptian chariot wheels and other artifacts that only make sense in the context of the crossing. Not only that, the water is shallower from shore to shore in that spot. On either side of that spot, the water is much deeper. Almost as if God knew from the beginning He’d need that spot shallower. This video goes more detail. It’s narrated by Mary Nell Wyatt, his wife.
But wait… If the crossing was actually on the east arm of the Red Sea, why is the traditional location of Mount Sinai in the Sinai Peninsula? Emperor Constantine’s mother liked the mountain, so she said it had to be Sinai. If Ron Wyatt found the location of the Red Sea crossing, certainly he must have also discovered the location of the real Mount Sinai! Funny you mention that, because…
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