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Moses Miracle, Roads in The Middle of The Sea ( Unique Phenomenon)

Updated on September 9, 2009

Do you believe Moses Miracle? are you religious person? If you are religious person, you exactly know about "Moses Miracle", the story about the Moses split the sea into two parts using his stick. And the Moses people walked trough that way, in the middle of the sea. What do you think when the "Moses Miracle" happen now, in modern era. We will know the mysterious phenomenon trough this hub.

This is a natural phenomenon that's very magical. This is related to the story of Moses Miracle. This phenomenon happened in Korea. The ginseng country. This phenomenon happened twice in a year.occurs during low tide. In that time, the land open along 2.8 kilometers, and 40 meters wide. This road connecting the island of Jindo and modo for a few hours. It's kind of miracle, when you saw the sea and directly split into two parts and we can walk along this road. Like in the Moses Miracle story.

let's back to the Story of Moses Miracle

the map of the miracle happen
the map of the miracle happen
the Moses with his stick, split the sea.
the Moses with his stick, split the sea.
the Moses People walking across in middle of the sea
the Moses People walking across in middle of the sea

There is a ritual or festival doing when the phenomenon happen.This phenomenon is attended by millions of people from various parts of the world. At first no one knew about this phenomenon until 1975. At that time, Mr. Pierre Randi, as French ambassador for Korea visited this places and published in French newspapers.

There is a legend behind this phenomenon. The Korean people tells of a Jindo village was attacked by a tiger and all the villagers fled and took refuge on the Modo  island.But there was an old woman who left the village group. In the despair, he prayed to god to be reunited with his family. And the God granted her prayer by opening up the road at sea level and helped the old woman escaped from a wild tiger's. what 


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Have you heard about this place and the story before? maybe have nothing to do with the story of Moses, the Ten Commandments in Exodus is the book-the Holy Bible. but similar. let's share and give your opinion about this phenomenon. thanks


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