The Exodus -- Fatal Pursuit

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Found in a submerged land bridge in the Red Sea: One big scrapyard of Egyptian chariots dated from the time of the Exodus. The link to the story is

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=33168

by Joe Kovacs, with whom I have discussed the article, regarding sources, etc.

NOTE: This is pertaining to the work of Peter and Mark Elmer, which is subsequent to the claims of the Wyatts. Read it all and make your own decision! Remember, it was a bedouin shepherd youth who found the Dead Sea Scrolls!

Submitted for those who value the scriptures.

If you haven't already done so, and have the time, why not send KDE-LOOK an email thanking them for being generous enough to allow a variety of work? Thanks!
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17 years ago

Reposted as new item -- main graphic replaced with seashore graphic.

muddysmind

17 years ago

I see you took my advice, looks much better.

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timbrown527

17 years ago

Yup! Thanks for the idea. I guess you didn't get my email; I found this right after I sent the first one...!

Again, thanks!

Tim

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Soyburg

17 years ago

Nice move to scrap your former post and delete all my previous comments. There's nothing like silencing the non-believers, is there?

First of all let me give you my humble thoughts about your work of art. The writing might be a bit darker, cause the first line is almost (nauseatingly) invisible. I also think that the borders for the pics might be a bit lighter. There seems to be too much saturation which is in contrast to the rest of the wallpaper.

Concerning the article you refer to in your link, it might be honest to divulge what worldnetdaily is nicknamed in the talk.origin newsgroup on usenet. It's wingnutdaily. Here are some links which shed some light on the worldview of WND:

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=28740

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=30427

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=27686

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=24710

That might give you some idea towards the credibility of WND.

Concerning pharaoh's wheelchair I again quote from

http://www.tentmaker.org/WAR/index.html

One of the individuals who I interviewed, who lost approximately 30,000 thousand dollars to Ron Wyatt, went to Israel with him, supposedly to see some of these sights and record them on film. An assignment editor of a major television station in Nasheville went with them. Not only did this individual not see any of these incredible discoveries, but his wife was told by one of Ron Wyatt's sons that the chariot wheels that Ron supposedly discovered in the Gulf of Aqaba were planted there by Ron. Mr. Wyatt gave this couple some coins which he supposedly found at the Ark of the Covenant site. Again, one of Wyatt's sons informed the wife that Wyatt bought those coins.

Gary Amirault
tentmaker.org

I have seen the photographs of one of these chariot wheels and it does not look like an Egyptian chariot wheel. It looks more like an Assyrian chariot wheel of the ninth or eight century BC, not an Egyptian one of the fifteenth century BC The difference is that the Assyrian chariot wheels were thick rimmed and the Egyptian chariot wheel is very well preserved, better than one would expect for 3,000 years on the sea floor.

William H. Shea
Biblical Research Institute

Mr. Ron Wyatt is neither an archaeologist nor has he ever carried out a legally licensed excavation in Israel or Jerusalem. In order to excavate one must have at least a BA in archaeology which he does not possess despite his claims to the contrary. We are aware of his claims which border on the absurd as they have no scientific basis whatsoever nor have they ever been published in a professional journal. They fall into the category of trash which one finds in tabloids such as the National Enquirer, Sun etc. It's amazing that anyone would believe them. Furthermore, he has been throughly discredited by various Christian organizations such as Creation Research in Calif. For the latest on his "discoveries" I suggest going into the WWW (use Vista) someone called Tentmaker decided to do an expose of his various claims. Here you will find the truth, which is more amazing that his (RW) fictions.

Joe Zias
Curator of Anthropology/Archaeology
Israel Antiquities Authority

I am especially suspicious of what I call, "the dog ate it evidence." Many would be "discoverers" would show the evidence, BUT the government stole it or the film didn't develop right or they lost it, and so forth. In Wyatt's case, he would have the evidence of pharaoh's chariots, and the location of the ark of the covenant, but he got a sunburn and had to catch his plane (p. 33, 62) .

David Merling, Associate Director
Institute of Archaeology
Andrews University

Peter Elmer, whose work ist mentioned in the description of the wallpaper (he works as a forklift mechanic in England) failed to produce any piece of evidence that might have been taken to a C-14 lab. Given the rich evidence of this scrapyard at the bottom of the Gulf of Aquaba, this seems rather strange. Just look at the photo of the glittering chariot wheel (which supposedly has lain at the bottom of the bloody ocean for + 3000 years and is not covered in debris, algae, coral or sand) and ask yourself wether this is planted or not.

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timbrown527

17 years ago

Oh, by the way, I guess I'm a *wingnut* too.

*fini*

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timbrown527

17 years ago

No, I gave my reason above. Besides, I know you can repost!

Post away!

Tim

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