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Noah’s Ark

Noah's ark is real, the bible is the truth. Read the true story of finding Noah's Ark and the artifacts found there. It's an exciting discovery...

Weird: Finding two dead bodies while you're flying a kite. Freaky Weird: They are wearing raincoats, lead masks, and carrying a note about waiting for something to happen.

Noah's Ark found. Great Evidence.

Noah's Stone Anchor Found near Mount Ararat? The Length of the Noah ruins Matches the Biblical Record! Noah's Ark at 515 feet The length of the ruins of the ark is 515 ft., which is exactly 300 Royal Egyptian cubits (20.6 inches)! Moses was schooled in Egypt and was not familiar with the Hebrew cubit which was not even in existence when Moses wrote Genesis.


Nephilim, many of these have been found but are taken by private collectors

Did giants once roam the earth? Most people are absolutely astounded to learn that, yes, there is a tremendous amount of evidence that giants once existed on this planet. Sadly, most of this evidence has been suppressed by the "scientific community" because it does not fit in with the evolutionary narrative that we are all supposed to believe. Any evidence that emerges that threatens the theory of evolution (especially if it supports the Bible) is rapidly "reinterpreted" or hushed up.

giant skeletons excavation

20 potentially related points about the claimed 13,000 year-old Black Knight Satellite. Did you know Time Magazine wrote about it in their 3/7/1960 edition? Click for more.

Undeniable Evidence Aliens Do Not Come From Other Galaxies

❥ Giant Nephilim from the bible, book of Genesis… 'as it was in the days of Noah, so it will be when the son of man comes"

Jeremiah, Prophet of the Bible, Brought Back to Life: These clay bullae (seal impressions), discovered by archaeologist Eilat Mazar during her excavations of the City of David, Jerusalem, bear the names of two royal ministers mentioned in the Bible’s story of Jeremiah, prophet of the Old Testament. Photos by Gaby Laron, The Institute of Archaeology, The Hebrew University.

Ancient book? The circular clay tablet shown above was discovered 150 years ago at Nineveh the capital of ancient Assyria, in what is now Iraq. The tablet shows drawings of constellations and pictogram-based text known as cuneiform which was used by the Sumerians, the earliest known civilization in the world. In 2008 two scientists, Alan Bond and Mark Hempsell from Bristol University finally cracked the cuneiform code.

The Dead Sea Scrolls (300 BCE – 68 CE) A column of the Copper Scroll found in Cave Three.

Pyramids of Visoko in Bosnia. First is the highest and largest in the world but even more ancient even than the pyramids of Egypt.Secondly, because this pyramid was built by the Illyrians and the base material used was concrete, demonstrating that 12 350 years ago, when it was built this pyramid, Illyrian civilization, which belong to the Albanians, has been significantly in advance of the other civilizations.

The Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III was made in the 9th century BC in ancient Assyria. It is about 6+ feet in height & is made of fine grained black limestone. The cuneiform text reads "Tribute of Jehu, son of Omri.." Jehu and Omri were Israelite kings who are referred to in the Bible (1&2 Kings). A close-up photo showing an Israelite, possibly Jehu, bowing to the king of Assyria can be seen by clicking "Read more" below. The obelisk was found in 1846 in Nimrud and is now in the British Mus...

Top Ten Biblical Discoveries in Archaeology – #6 Pontius Pilate Inscription

This could be the first-ever portrait of Jesus Christ, possibly even created in the lifetime of those who knew him. The extraordinary picture is one of the recently discovered hoard of up to 70 lead codices found in a cave in the hills overlooking the Sea of Galilee.

The first probable instance of the name "Israel" in the archeological record -- Discovered in Thebes on The Merneptah Stele, a black granite slab, 10 ft high, with an inscription of the Egyptian king, Merneptah (1213 to 1203 BCE). The text is largely an account of his victory over the Libyans & their allies but the last few lines deal with a separate campaign in Canaan, then part of Egypt's imperial possessions. -- Egyptian Museum in Cairo.