(Webmaster note: The site the Russian scientists were exploring was ON Mount Ararat itself, our Durupinar site is about 17 miles away from Mount Ararat. These are NOT the same sites.) What were thought to be the remains of Noah’s Arc on Mount Ararat in modern-day Turkey were discovered to be natural formations by a […]
Ancient Egyptians believed in properly equipping a body for the afterlife, and not just through mummification. A new study reveals that King Tutankhamun eased his arduous journey with a stash of red wine.
2006 Noah’s Ark Tour Details being formulated, check back again soon!
Correspondent Bob Simon has a story about the Bible and truth. More precisely, it’s about Biblical antiquities and how they can be seen to prove that the stories told in the Bible really happened.Â For the last couple of years, the world of biblical archaeology was rocked to its foundations, and all because of a […]
If you’re a regular visitor to anchorstone.com, you are probably noticing a few changes in our site design and look. This is something Bill Fry and I were working on several months ago, but never had a chance to implement. Our “old” site was becoming so huge it was hard to manage all the changes […]
Losing Bill Fry’s leadership was a huge blow to all of us. We are still keenly feeling that loss. But we are all in agreement that this work of documenting the discoveries and sharing them with the world is bigger than Bill Fry, or Ron Wyatt, or Anchor Stone International. It’s our Father’s work, and […]
Archaeologists have finished the excavation of an ancient tomb complex in the Lop Nur Desert in the northwest of China, but researchers are baffled, saying they need more time to understand the finds. Archaeologists in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region have unearthed 163 tombs at the Xiaohe Tomb complex, which sprawls over a 2,500-square-metre oval-shaped dune, […]
Archaeological zones are hotspots for those who practice traditional observances of the vernal equinox the halfway point between winter and summer.