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“Without question, it is most definitely the remains of the Egyptian army.” Yes, the Bible is completely true, but you may never have heard the spectacular, ultimate destiny God has in store for you.It’s far more glorious than just floating around on clouds in heaven! 1 best-seller, “Shocked by the Bible: The Most Astonishing Facts You’ve Never Been Told” — personally autographed!The issue is surfacing some 3,500 years after the event is said to have taken place with reports of Egyptian chariot wheels found in the Red Sea, photographs to document it and new books by scientists that could lead to a whole remapping of the Exodus route and a fresh look at ancient biblical accounts.Wheel of fortune “I am 99.9 percent sure I picked up a chariot wheel,” Peter Elmer tells World Net Daily after two diving trips to the Gulf of Aqaba branch of the sea.But Ron Wyatt believed it was in Arabia, even referenced as “mount Sinai in Arabia” by the Apostle Paul in Galatians .So he and his sons made their way to “Jebel al Lawz,” the mountain of the Law, which is known by the locals as “Jebel Musa” – Moses’ mountain.Joe Kovacs is an award-winning journalist and, since 1999, executive news editor of WND.
Another issue is the route of the Exodus, and which body of water the Israelites crossed.But despite all of Elmer’s excitement, others who have been to the same location are not so sure what is being viewed underwater are the remnants of the great chase and urge extreme caution regarding the unsubstantiated claims. Opportunists are combining false things with the true things that are found.“All kinds of people are finding coral and calling it chariot parts,” says Richard Rives, president of Wyatt Archaeological Research in Tennessee. These people are making it up as they go to be TV stars.” Rives was a longtime partner of Ron Wyatt, an anesthetist and amateur archaeologist who died of cancer in 1999.Among those who accompanied Wyatt on many of his excursions is his wife, Mary Nell.She’s concerned about over-exuberance regarding new claims, but the Spring Hill, Tenn., woman tells World Net Daily she’s “convinced” there are chariot parts located on a subsurface “land bridge” connecting Egypt to Saudi Arabia through the Gulf of Aqaba.