This update is actually a group of reports recounting a series of dives that have taken place at the Red Sea crossing site from May to September 2000. These dives have been organized and performed by several different groups that are working separately but cooperatively in an effort to further document evidence of this site. […]
Over the last ten years, many people traveled to the Middle East with Ron Wyatt to assist in his explorations and research. In June, about a dozen of us got together there to continue the work Ron loved so much. Some of us knew each other, having crossed paths on one trip or another, but […]
Approximately 6 weeks after I began to write this update in June 1999, Ron Wyatt died in a Memphis hospital from colon cancer. I had promised Ron that I would not post this update until he had a chance to review it for accuracy. To insure that accuracy, Ron allowed me to record our phone […]
http://youtu.be/9QnVsrG_2gQ Ron answers questions about the dig in Israel and the accusation that he had no permission.
Over the years we have received numerous questions and inquiries about the discovery of the Ark of the Covenant. While there are some questions that cannot be answered at this time, we want to give out as much information as possible. Below are answers to some of the more common questions we are asked.
In December of 1999 we traveled to Israel to do some exploration in and around Jerusalem and in the Dead Sea area around Sodom and Zoar. In our exploration around Jerusalem one thing of interest was that we were able to get on top of the Calvary escarpment directly over the crucifixion site.
Written June 27, 1999 Note: The following letter was written by Ron Wyatt just 5 weeks before his death. It was first published as part of a larger article written by Mary Nell Wyatt on January 9, 2000. She found it on Ron’s laptop computer a few months after his death. In this letter he […]
For a number of years the discovery of Jesus’ blood on the Mercy Seat of the Ark of the Covenant has been discussed. While that point, in and of itself is controversial, the issue of Christ’s blood and its makeup has been another issue of controversy. We recognize that this controversy cannot be put completely […]