Red Sea Crossing Discovered. Artifacts & Evidence

Evidence and discovery story of the real Red Sea crossing.

The Israelites have just been set free after 400 years of slavery in Egypt. After many plagues and the passover, Pharoah finally lets the people go. He changes his mind and comes after them with his army of chariots. God moves the pillar of cloud between the Egyptians and His people so that the Egyptians don't get them.

God tells Moses to lift his rod and the waters of the Red Sea part. The Israelites then cross the red sea on dry land. After they cross, the Egyptian army continues to follow the same path. God causes the wheels of chariots to come apart. As they are in the middle of the sea God closes the waters upon them and they drown.

Where did this take place and is there evidence of an Egyptian army that died there. Where did the Israelites cross the Red Sea? Is there evidence of their journey from Egypt to the Red Sea Crossing? You'll find there is great evidence for their leaving Egypt, their journey, their red sea crossing, their journey in the wilderness, and Mount Sinai's Holy mountain.

Some Photos and Quotes credit: wyattmuseum.com, arkdiscovery.com, pinkoski.com - Used with permission. CC All rights reserved. Also ronwyatt.com

Red Sea Crossing at Nuweiba

Exodus from Egypt across Sinai Peninsula, across the Red Sea at Nuweiba to Midian (aka Arabia)
Exodus from Egypt across Sinai Peninsula, across the Red Sea at Nuweiba to Midian (aka Arabia) | Source

"...Mount Sinai in Arabia..." - Galatians 4:25 -- Mount Sinai is "Jabal Al Lawz" in Saudi Arabia.

The Sinai Peninsula is the middle area between the Red Sea, it's also 'The Red Sea Wilderness'. Notice the Red Sea is on both sides of the Sinai Peninsula. Mt Sinai with the question mark is the one usually in most older bibles. It's the place Saint Catherine decided was Mt. Sinai, yet today it's a tourist site. As that may be a "historical" marker, we can be thankful that the real Mt Sinai (in Arabia) has been hidden and preserved all these years!

The Exodus across Sinai Peninsula

The Exodus across the Sinai Peninsula. From Egypt to Succoth to Wilderness of the Red Sea to Red Sea to Midian (Arabia). Notice Red Sea all around the Peninsula. Map is in public domain.
The Exodus across the Sinai Peninsula. From Egypt to Succoth to Wilderness of the Red Sea to Red Sea to Midian (Arabia). Notice Red Sea all around the Peninsula. Map is in public domain. | Source

Depth at Nuweiba at the Red Sea Crossing - Gulf of Aqaba

Red Sea Crossing Depth Truth.  "Underwater Bridge" Concept by: Flying Kiwi. Used with permission. CC All rights reserved. (Thanks Kiwi!)
Red Sea Crossing Depth Truth. "Underwater Bridge" Concept by: Flying Kiwi. Used with permission. CC All rights reserved. (Thanks Kiwi!) | Source

Thanks Kiwi!. The image on Kiwi's website is actually wider, due to limitations I had to cut short to make it bigger.

At Flying Kiwi's website link there is much more in-depth concepts and images, even one where ICE was formed when the Red Sea parted. As we can visualize by reading Exodus 15:8 "the floods stood upright as an heap, and the depths were congealed in the heart of the sea."

Sea depth where they crossed at Nuweiba - "Red Sea Crossing Truth"

Depths at the Red Sea Crossing. concept by FlyingKiwi, used with permission.
Depths at the Red Sea Crossing. concept by FlyingKiwi, used with permission. | Source

Gulf of Aqaba (Egypt Side)

Red Sea Crossing Nuweiba Beach Pillar Gulf Aqaba. Used with permission.
Red Sea Crossing Nuweiba Beach Pillar Gulf Aqaba. Used with permission. | Source

Pillar on Egypt side. Gulf of Aqaba

Red Sea Crossing Pillar Egypt Side
Red Sea Crossing Pillar Egypt Side | Source

Ron Wyatt discovered a column on the beach laying half in the water. After later telling authorities about it, was then set up in concrete. He later discovered a pillar on the Saudi Arabia side too.

King Solomon had these columns erected 400 years after the miracle of the crossing of the Red Sea on dry land. Solomon's sea port was at the northern tip of the Gulf of Aqaba at Eilat (I Kings 9:26) and he was very familiar with the Red Sea crossing site, as it was in his neighborhood. The Bible even mentions this column! Isaiah 19:19, "In that day there will be an altar to the Lord in the midst of the land of Egypt, and a pillar to the Lord at its border." As of 2005 was still there.

You can see the shadow of this pillar on google earth! How awesome is that? This pillar, Ron said, was moved across the road, see below.

Shadow of Pillar on Google Earth - Egypt's Gulf of Aqaba

See the shadow of this pillar, that was moved across the road, here on Google Earth: 28°58'11.58"N and 34°38'32.86"E

Pillar on the Saudi Arabia side was removed. It was a pillar on the opposite side through the Red Sea in S.A..

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The original pillar on the Saudi Arabia side was another marker (put there by King Solomon) marking the Red Sea crossing of Moses and the Exodus.

Ron Wyatt and sons went on another trip to the Red Sea to dive, coming in illegally from Jordan, they were arrested while trying to leave the country. After Ron Wyatt was arrested as a "Israeli Spy" by the Saudi's, he led them to the pillar on their coast. He believed it saved his life. The pillar on the Saudi Arabia side was removed from its original location -- they have sunk a large marker in concrete where it was once located. There is small pole sticking out of this concrete, along with a metal survey marker which says "Red Sea Coastal Survey".

In the photo at the top is his son, Danny Wyatt, on a recent visit talking about the columns on the beaches of the crossing. Ronnie and Dannie are the two sons of Ron who came on many of the trips he made during all his great discoveries.

There were inscriptions on this pillar that said:

Pharoah, Mizraim (Egypt), Moses, death, water, Yahweh, Solomon, Edom

"Waters of Moses Opening"

The name Nuweiba is short for Nuwayba' al Muzayyinah which means "Waters of Moses Opening". Amazing! At the exact spot where the crossing took place, we have the site confirmed by maps.

1998 Dive with Bill Fry
1998 Dive with Bill Fry | Source

1998 Dive - Ron Wyatt, Bill Fry and group.

In December of 1998, Ron Wyatt, Bill Fry and 7 others (9 people) traveled to Nuweiba at the Gulf of Aqaba in Egypt. They spent two days diving where they believed the Red Sea had parted and Moses and the Israelites crossed.

They saw several items that appeared to be coral encrusted chariot wheels with their cabs. There were several bones that had been coral encrusted, including a human femur (upper leg bone). That bone was tested and confirmed to be coralized human femur. These items were photographed showing clear and distinctive shapes of bones laying on the floor of the sea.

Everyone that went was convinced this was the red sea crossing area. "What a rare privilege it was to view, first hand, the evidence that God has preserved." ~ Bill Fry (1998)

Human bones at the crossing site.

1998 Dive. Human bones and horse hoof found in the Red Sea at Gulf of Aqaba.
1998 Dive. Human bones and horse hoof found in the Red Sea at Gulf of Aqaba. | Source
May 2000 and Series of Dives
May 2000 and Series of Dives | Source

May 2000 Dive Trip

This dive trip included: Ross Patterson from Australia, Viveka Ponten 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.

The 4 spoked "gold" chariot wheel.

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This one had four spokes with gold, but the wood was too rotten it was impossible to move. (Even if they could bring it up it was illegal to remove ancient Egyptian artifacts.)

Chariot Wheels found at the Gulf of Aqaba.

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Ancient Egyptian chariot wheels of the 18th dynasty have been found at the Nuweba beach site on both Egypt and Saudi sides. 4, 6, and 8 spoked wheels were only during the 18th dynasty. Found here were wheels, axels with wheels, a chariot box, horse hooves, human bones and many rusted colored chorals.

Ron Wyatt - The Discovery

The discovery of the Red Sea Crossing begins with Ron Wyatt and his two boys. In 1978 as they took a dive into the Red Sea they found chariot remains. They of course were covered in coral, which preserved their shapes. Some wheels were on axles and some were not. They also found chariot cabs without wheels. (Exod. 14:24,25) There were many 6-spoked wheels and a 8-spoked wheel.

In 1988, Ron found the 4-spoked gold chariot wheel. Coral does not grow on gold. The wood inside the gold coating was deteriorated and that made it fragile to touch. He recovered a wheel with 8 spokes that he took to Cairo to the director whom he'd been working with. It was discovered to be of the 18th dynasty of ancient Egypt. Also only during the 18th dynasty were the 4 and 6 spoked wheels used.

To read the rest of the story: "Newsletter 03: April 1993": Ron Wyatt's discovery and the evidence of who the Pharoah's were at the time of the Exodus. (http://anchorstone.com/1993/04/newsletter-03-april-1993-2/)

Red Sea and Moses Mountain

Red Sea Crossing Mt Sinai Arabia
Red Sea Crossing Mt Sinai Arabia | Source

You can see the crossing at the red sea, the columns (pillars on each side) that King Solomon established for a marking, Jethro's place, the split rock (Rephidim) that gushed out water, the calf altar and the real Mount Sinai of Moses.

"Jabel el Lawz" Arabia

"...Mount Sinai in Arabia..." - Galatians 4:25

Jabal al Lawz (or Jebel el Lawz) in Saudi Arabia is the site of the real Mount Sinai.

Video 1: Ron Wyatt's Sons - Red Sea

Danny Wyatt, one of Ron's sons, talking about the column on the Saudi side.

The first time they went diving in the Red Sea - Ron and his two sons.

Finding a chariot wheel during a dive, but unable to bring it up because of it's fragile condition.

Video 2: Ron Wyatt's Sons - Red Sea

Ronnie and Danny Wyatt, Ron's two sons, talk about their adventures with their dad in the desert during his discovery of the Red Sea crossing and the Exodus to Mount Sinai.

Video 3: Ron Wyatt's Sons - Red Sea

Gives their trip detail from Jordan through Saudi and not being able to see anything on that trip, then were arrested. They were interviewed by CBS when they came back. He suggests one reason the Saudi's did not want it known about the mountain was they were afraid that Israel would come and take that part of land because it is their Mountain of Laws. They don't want biblical archeology because it's against their religion.

Rust Colored Coral - Believed is rusted metal from an ancient Egyptian chariot.

Rust Colored Coral - Believed is rusted metal from an ancient Egyptian chariot.
Rust Colored Coral - Believed is rusted metal from an ancient Egyptian chariot.

The God of the Mountain - A true story by Penny Caldwell

The Caldwell family's documentation of a treasure adventure through Arabia and Egypt and back to the Holy Mountain of God. What started as a vacation and a quest, became the discovery of a lifetime, with plenty of risks involved. (continued review below)

God Of The Mountain: True Story Behind The Discoveries Of Real Mt Sinai
God Of The Mountain: True Story Behind The Discoveries Of Real Mt Sinai

It began in 1992 as a much needed vacation. Go with the Caldwell's in this detailed description of a journey through deserts on the other side of the world. Taking their two children, they travel through ancient cities and landmarks. This was a ride of a lifetime. They end up in something that only God could orchestrate. They risk their lives a few times just to get a glimpse of what many of us would LOVE to see. Through this book you can travel day by day through the Sinai desert, Egyptian cities, tombs and questionable places and characters. If you know about the Exodus story, you'll love this modern day treasure hunt TRUE story, that all began with a vision in a small remote eastern town in Saudi Arabia. You must read to believe! Read the reviews on Amazon.

 

Revealing God's Treasure (Bible Discoveries) - "wealth of materials in this DVD (photos, videos, artifacts)"

Revealing God's Treasure DVD
Revealing God's Treasure DVD | Source

NEW DVD of Ron Wyatt's discoveries. Great photos and video. If you liked this page you'll love this DVD.

Red Sea and Moses Mountain

Mount Sinai is "Jabal Al Lawz" in Saudi Arabia.

"...Mount Sinai in Arabia..." - Galatians 4:25

These are my older maps that still have links bringing people here. I will keep them a bit longer.

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How was your visit to the Red Sea? 93 comments

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Kristen Howe 22 months ago from Northeast Ohio

Wow! This was so interesting to know about the red sea crossing and what they've found. This was a great read. Voted up!


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ladyguitarpicker 23 months ago from 3460NW 50 St Bell, Fl32619

This was a great hub and the photos and maps really help bring this to life. You did a good job. Stella


WinWriter 2 years ago

Amazing research all in one place. Thank you!


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julieannbrady 2 years ago

I have long been fascinated with this type of history -- and particularly appreciate seeing a map or two that shows me the path.


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sherioz 3 years ago

I love reading about archeology and the Bible.


anonymous 3 years ago

Amazing lens, one of the best I have seen.


fcinternetmarketing 3 years ago

Awesome and great !


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ideadesigns 3 years ago from Central USA Author

@jnstewart: Thanks for coming by, it means a lot to hear good comments. :) Your welcome, it was enjoyable to make!


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jnstewart 3 years ago from Cottonwood, CA

Awesome lens. Could definitely spend a lot of hours here. I believe 100 percent of the Bible (even the maps :) Thanks for taking the time to put this together.


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flinnie lm 3 years ago from Alabama USA

Thanks for sharing this.


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Vikk Simmons 3 years ago from Houston

Interesting topic. Enjoyed learning something new.


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Shelby27 3 years ago

Thanks for such an interesting and informative lens!


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ideadesigns 3 years ago from Central USA Author

@iwrite100: Thank you I really appreciate the comment. Glad you learned something.


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ideadesigns 3 years ago from Central USA Author

@iwrite100: Thank you I really appreciate the comment. Glad you learned something.


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ideadesigns 3 years ago from Central USA Author

@iwrite100: Thank you I really appreciate the comment. Glad you learned something.


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ideadesigns 3 years ago from Central USA Author

@Messiah888: Thank you Messiah888!


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iwrite100 3 years ago from Philippines

Wow! I found your lens because of the passover quest but I'm really fascinated I have read it. If History teachers present it this way, I think history students will not be yawning and scribbling on their seats. I like History subject when I was in high school but how I wish that our teachers then were more creative and updated about known facts.


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Messiah888 3 years ago

Love this a lot of good information here....


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DvdMovieGirl 3 years ago

This is an excellent and informative lens. So accessible. I have enjoyed and learned at the same time.


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stick-man lm 3 years ago

Pretty cool!! Great job!


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ManfromModesto LM 4 years ago

This is a great compilation. Shared all around, +1'd, etcetera. When I mention the chariot wheels on the bottom of the Red Sea, atheists counter that these are really the wheels from ferry boats. Yes, ferry boats!


anonymous 4 years ago

I love it each time I watch the videos and read about the discoveries. I want to see NASA photo of the path taken by the Israelites...


anonymous 4 years ago

My hart feels with joy when I read about these discoveries. God is so awesome! I would love to see the NASA photo showing the path walked by the Israelites...


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mommysue lm 4 years ago

Love it! The more we look, the more evidence is found that the Word of God really is true.


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ideadesigns 4 years ago from Central USA Author

@StrongMay: Yes I believe it is! Very cool that you had the opportunity to be there. Love the story!


StrongMay 4 years ago

Fun. A bit windy, but fun. I tried the diving thing and failed miserabley (can't bring myself to breath under water even with the tanks and everything. Went camping along the beach. One night we pulled up by the only available spot. We had planned to barbeque, but forgot matches and/or lighters. The sea IS a place of miracles - apparently someone had just finished their own bonfire, and the coals were still glowing. I brought those to a fire within a short time. what are the chances the coals would be found on the only empty spot for kilometers?


anonymous 4 years ago

Well Done! Thoughs who seek diligently will find answers to the truth. To know where we are going, we first must know where we have been. This report should inforce many to get serious about their faith in God.


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amandascloset0 4 years ago

Discoveries like these aren't in mainstream media coverage because they shout of God's existence. Or should I say the "rocks cry out". It would probably put a real dent in the darwinist movement... Love the lens BTW!


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ideadesigns 4 years ago from Central USA Author

@tonybonura: Me either. That's pretty much why me and a few others continue to spread the good news (discoveries), even if it's a grass roots type way. :) Some people are shocked and amazed. :)


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tonybonura 4 years ago from Tickfaw, Louisiana

I don't understand why these discoveries were kept so quiet. I have seen nothing about them in newspapers, on television or even radio programs, and I listen to several Christian programs.TonyB


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ideadesigns 4 years ago from Central USA Author

@blessedmomto7: Thank you Blessedmombygrace!


tssfacts 4 years ago

I wonder where I have been all these years lol. I have not heard of the discoveries at the Red Sea before reading your article. It really makes the Bible come more alive.


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blessedmomto7 4 years ago

Fabulous when science supports God's word! Great lens!


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lesliesinclair 4 years ago

Interesting. Have they made a full length documentary?


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potovanja 4 years ago

I like your lens. So much i give you LIKES:). Thank you to stop to see my lens...


anonymous 4 years ago

This is great evidence that takes our faith more high 2 the point of defending it,be blessed 4 whole work you did.


anonymous 4 years ago

This is great evidence that takes our faith more high 2 the point of defending it,be blessed 4 whole work you did.


oakstreet 4 years ago

Great len and many useful information on crossing the red sea. a "like" from me.


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madoc 4 years ago

A Fantastic Lens! Well done!!


antoniow 4 years ago

Very nicely done lens! Great job Squidlike!


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GaryHollingsworth 4 years ago

Wonderful lens. One of my favorites.


happynutritionist 4 years ago

This is amazing...love all the pictures and the topic is from my favorite Book:-)


anonymous 4 years ago

This is one of the best and most interesting lenses I have read and looked at, thank you very much for your research and this lens.


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Computersloth 4 years ago

My jaw dropped. Thank you for this post!


anonymous 4 years ago

The Red sea has a legend attached to it, this is a great article with facts.


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sherioz 4 years ago

Great presentation. Fascinating. I find it exciting to learn about evidence of the historical truth behind the Bible.


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LaraineRoses 4 years ago from Lake Country, B.C.

It looked like my blessing wore off so I have blessed you again.


anonymous 4 years ago

Fascinating. Great job putting it all together.


anonymous 4 years ago

Very interesting! Thanks for letting me know about this. I had no idea.


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Erebos411 4 years ago

Absolutely fascinating trip! Thanks for writing such an in depth lens on this subject. Another place to add to my list of places I would like to visit.


Terrie_Schultz 4 years ago

Very interesting, great job.


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chrisqw 4 years ago

Fabulous lens. Many thanks.


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Barbie Crafts 4 years ago

I am choosing this wonderful and amazing lens as my favorite "red" themed lens of the day's quest. I am blown away by the information here. GREAT LENS.


MarcellaCarlton 4 years ago

Wow! This is a wonderful lens. Plenty of action and proves out the Biblical version.


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LornsA178 4 years ago

Great lens, well researched topic on the Red Sea. It proves that the Bible is true. Well done. Thanks!


anonymous 4 years ago

@ideadesigns: Amen <3 !


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ideadesigns 4 years ago from Central USA Author

@waldenthreenet: Hello waldenthree. Yes indeed there are six youtube videos up above. They're full of real photos of their expedition and evidences of this land and place. Sometime when you have some time, sit and watch them all! Thanks.


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waldenthreenet 4 years ago

Most interesting topic. Any Utube on this archeological research available ? Congrads on your Squidoo level. Conversations helps with new topics and ideas. thanks.


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Rangoon House 4 years ago from Australia

Blessed on St Patrick's Day!


anonymous 4 years ago

Wow Really cool!Very interesting lens!I njoyed to read it


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JoyfulPamela2 4 years ago from Pennsylvania, USA

Wonderful! This is so, so cool! =D


anonymous 4 years ago

Nice to stop by again to ponder the crossing of the Red Sea. :)


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iijuan12 4 years ago from Florida

Fantastic lens! You've done a fabulous job piecing together all your information. Blessed and liked.


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lawrence01 5 years ago from Hamilton, New Zealand

Fascinating. I've been to Nuweiba a number of times and it's amazing. You can get out on the coral for about a hundred metres, then there's the sudden drop of about ten metres, the water is so clear you can see all the way to the bottom.I've come across the idea of the Gulf of Aqaba being the palce of the red sea crossing before and the idea that Sinai (Horeb) is in Arabia, This is really well researched. Well done


anonymous 5 years ago

Very interesting,You've done a great job..


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Angelgirl1976 5 years ago

Very interesting, not a fan of diving but would love to see things like this. Fantastic lens.


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MelonyVaughan 5 years ago

Thank you for an extremely interesting and spiritual lens!


anonymous 5 years ago

Interesting research.


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waldenthreenet 5 years ago

Valuable topic. I search for HIstoric Moses and Lost Years of Jesus. Important. Thanks.


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LaraineRoses 5 years ago from Lake Country, B.C.

Very well done. It is amazing what comes out over time to prove to us that the Bible is factual and not just a story. Blessed.


hamshi5433 5 years ago

You`ve done a great job putting all the information together. Praise the lord.


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ideadesigns 5 years ago from Central USA Author

@SariCeciliaArts: SariCeciliaArts, interesting part of the world you live in! I'm currently reading a book you might find interesting, it's about that side of the world called "The God of the Mountain" - I just put a link at the bottom of the page, and read the reviews on amazon.


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ideadesigns 5 years ago from Central USA Author

@anonymous: Your welcome Flying Kiwi. Glad you like. It's all very interesting to see how God orchestrated things together.


anonymous 5 years ago

Hey website is looking awesome! Thanks for putting a link to mine and using my pics!Shalom. Flying Kiwihttp://sites.google.com/site/redseacrossingtruth


glowchick 5 years ago

Great job on your lens, very well put together with compelling evidence. Thumbs up :)


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ThomasJ4 LM 5 years ago

Very interesting lens, thank you for sharing


anonymous 5 years ago

Very interesting and the photos are awesome, thanks for sharing this info.


anonymous 5 years ago

Spectacularly done! Great information and so well presented, inspiring!


SariCeciliaArts 5 years ago

Really fascinating lens! Thanks for posting! I'm living in Kuwait as a painter at the moment so not so far away...You made me want to go there with this lens :)


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ideadesigns 5 years ago from Central USA Author

@anonymous: Thanks so much Flying Kiwi. I have reviewed your site and find the maps very accurate according to what I've read and discovered so far. You've encouraged me to keep digging.


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akumar46 lm 5 years ago

I feel your lens very informative about history.


DougHouse 5 years ago

Seen the Ark Discovery Videos in you tube a year ago and I've seen that one where Jesus was crucified and where they tested his blood too. Ron Wyatt claimed he had seen the ark of the covenant. There's not much said about the ark of the covenant lately. Any info maybe?


anonymous 6 years ago

I'm not much into history and all that, but these lenses are addictive.


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Philippians468 6 years ago

as science improves, it allows us to discover proofs to what people believed by faith in Him! cheers


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ajgodinho 6 years ago from Ontario, Canada

Awesome work on this very intriguing lens on an event that was truly miraculous. **Blessed by a Squid-Angel**


anonymous 6 years ago

Big thumbs up and lens rolled to my Top Ten Epic Movies Ever lens for the movie The Ten Commandments and the red sea parting.


anonymous 6 years ago

Great lens and very interesting material.


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newbizmau 6 years ago from Mobile, AL

Wow! I'm really intrigued.


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OhMe 6 years ago from Pendleton, SC

Wow, this is an amazing read about the Red Sea Crossing Discovery. I also went to the Anchor Stone International website for more reading. Enjoyed and thank you. Blessed.


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LisaMarieGabriel 6 years ago from United Kingdom

Fascinating lens and a well deerved Blessing today :)


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delia-delia 7 years ago

awesome lens...5*... thanks for sharing this very interesting information.


Light-in-me 7 years ago

Wow !! This lens is fantastic !! Great job 5*s and fav !! Ron Wyatt does not get the credit that he deserves.Thank's so much for sharing...

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