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Andrys Basten | all galleries >> TURKEY Photos - Anatolia, 2004, with Canon Elph >> Photos: In search of Noah's Ark - Mt. Ararat > Online articles discuss these
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Online articles discuss these<br>so I re-uploaded the next few photos.
08-OCT-2004 Andrys

Online articles discuss these
so I re-uploaded the next few photos.

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thomas.d.d 26-May-2008 11:57
I must say, as a Christian and also adventurer I would love to find the ark, or see that it has been found and go see it for myself, I often dream of such a magnificent find (don’t we all), if and when the ark is exposed to our eyes it would undoubtedly be the ark as there would surely be only 1 boat in the Ararat region of this size (or any size for that matter). I'm not convinced of its physical survival though and here’s why... if we are talking of a wooden boat, then we can reasonably conclude that wood tends to breakdown and return to the ground? Do we know what gopher wood is? I’m estimating that the ark landed on Ararat between 4 and 10 thousand years ago, maybe its particularly resilient to rotting? Surely its preservation would only occur if it were encased in ice..... E.g. a wooden building made of oak will stand up to the elements very well but not even a thousand years!!!!!! I’m not a geologist or historian. I looked at an aerial picture of the Ararat region and noticed that there has been allot of movement in the area (obviously a quake happened in 1948). When was the mountain last active? Has this been active since a flood? I would like to suggest that common sense could narrow a search and eliminate vast uncertainties. I have heard that local Turkish place names suggest a very early settlement of eight people, this may suggest that this is where Noah’s ark came to rest, and I would say I believe it, but to find it would be quite incredible after such along time!!!But then maybe it can be found in the higher regions of ice, that and our little understanding of what wood it’s made of, questions questions!!!! Surely our hope in wanting to find actual remains of the boat that god instructed Noah to build can overlook the commonsense of time and survival of timber. I would suggest it could be in the ice but then its a volcano too, and at some point the ark would have needed to endure volcanic activity, realistically it would be a miracle that the ark can be seen again, although miracles do happen.....and I hope this may turn out to be one.

Thomas D.D.
Ron Stewart 20-Sep-2005 13:49
9/20/05-(Copyright-(C)-Ron Stewart-2004)-The late Ron Wyatt partially had the right idea about these anchor stones.They were used on Noah's Ark. I have the evidence. However, Ron Wyatt's version is partially incorrect.These were multi-functional stones used in connection with Noah's Ark.They were first used as left and right angled construction stones. To build the framework of Noah's Ark..Secondly they were also used to prop up the undra dn side of Noah's Ark so that pitch could be applied to the bottom of the Ark. 3rd they were used as temporary anchors on Noah's Ark only until it could get stabilized in the global flood waters. Where yes there were willow ropes tied to them and they were designed to break off near the top once the Ark stabilized itself in the flood waters. Most likely by at first the stones dragging along the bottom and breakling off. The remaining stones broke off at the top as the turbulance of the flood waters twisted them about ,and around ,and they bropke off under their own weight. They werre designed this way .They were only designed to be:"Temporary/Construction/Pitch/Mooring/Anchor/Stones". The evcidence I have is brand new. I have discovered a number of rock carvings on Greatyer Mt. Ararat which show that Noah's Ark up on these stones. The same as a ship of today is shored up and placed in dry-dock. Plus, I believe I possibly may have also found the current remains of Noah's Ark. Take these stones and place the left and right side upon this object I have and the stones fit the petrified hull pefectly. It also has an arched top, left and right long sloping inverted curved curled roof and overhangs. Upon a left and right angled hull. Which even has a door opening in it. I also have scientific data that shows as it's known that th4ese stones are primarially made of silica.Which scientific data shows would be made at Mt. Ararat.
My research and informatrion and evidence is vast and cannot be included in one e-mail.For photos of all this and more whatever you want to know I can and will provide. Please contact me at-(RON STEWART)-(


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