Archaeological Finding- Noah’s ark

It was a great honor and pleasure for Kingdom for Jesus to interview Mary Nell (Ron Wyatt’s widow), Randall, and Andrew. God used Ron Wyatt to reveal many archaeological discoveries of the bible. After the passing of Ron, they have continued on the journey of showing the whole world that the bible is true and … Read more

Noah’s Ark Resistivity Scans, Part 2

Noah’s ark resistivity scans finally allow us to see the shape of the ark and that it extends another 40-plus feet into the earth! After the scans were completed in 2014, another several years worth of work was required to get software that could handle the massive amount of data and render 3 dimensional files. … Read more

Noah’s Ark Resistivity Scans, Part 1

In 2014, resistivity scans were done on Noah’s Ark by John Larsen of New Zealand, assisted by Randall Lee of Tennessee. This was the first real research done since the work by Ron Wyatt in the 80’s which led to it’s acceptance by Turkey as Noah’s Ark. In this part 1, Mary Nell Wyatt Lee … Read more

Kidnapped- Ron Wyatt on his 1991 kidnapping

In August 1991, Ron and his associates were kidnapped in eastern Turkey while killing time, waiting to pick up an excavation permit for Noah’s Ark. They were held for 21 days and it was a terrible experience for all affected. When he returned home, Ron sat down and had me (his wife) record him telling … Read more

The Truth of Noah’s Ark

https://youtu.be/nmK7G1IgkQI Anchored by Ron Wyatt’s foundational research in the 1980s, Andrew Jones, Mary Nell Lee, and Randall Lee are leading the confirmation of Noah’s Ark into the future with undeniable evidence the world has never seen.

Discovered: Noah’s Ark Revised!

Noah’s Ark has been found! Turkish scientists and authorities at the highest level of government met in 1986 and reviewed the extensive research done by American explorers, headed by Ron Wyatt of Madison, Tennessee.

Noah’s Ark, true location found!

The amount of evidence for this site is actually quite amazing, so much so that the Turkish government has built a visitors centre there. Yet it goes largely unknown to the public.