Proof of the Exodus? Almost forgotten, in the tiny museum of Isma’ilya, some 125 km northeast of Cairo, is an artifact that corroborates the Biblical Exodus. The museum curator does not realize its significance. It’s known as the “El Arish Stone”...
Tiahuannacu (Tikwanaku) Almost a millenium before the Inca forged their empire, this area emerged as a major center of political, economic, and religious life on the shore of Lake Titicaca. Many of the presicely carved H stones vital to the empire were suddenly strewn about. What caused this, how were the stones carved, and what was their purpose? This site is an in depth description of this empire. Fasinating!
Washington Edwards, 103 years old, 1889. Edwards was a former slave brought to the United States from Africa. He arrived in Texas prior to the Mexican War and lived near Columbia, Texas. [Prints & Photographs, 1905/011-1]
A salt formation known as "Lot's Wife as a Pillar of Salt", located near the Dead Sea, at Mount Sodom in Israel. The narrative of Lot's wife begins in Genesis 19, after two angels arrive in Sodom and urge Lot to get his family and flee, and not look back. Traveling behind her husband, Lot's wife looked back, thereupon turning into a pillar of salt.