1933 – 1999On Wednesday, August 4, 1999 Ronald Eldon Wyatt went to sleep in the Lord after a remarkable life of 66 years in which he was credited with making some of the most incredible Biblical archaeology discoveries in the world.
Because a number of questions have been raised recently, we are making available material that previously has been withheld. The following material and the facts that they support and corroborate are now in the public domain and their release no longer represents a breach of any previous agreement. This information has been posted with the […]
In December of 1998 I along with 8 other people including Ron Wyatt traveled to Nuweiba, Egypt on the Gulf of Aqaba to spend two days diving at the location where Moses and the children of Israel crossed the Red Sea on dry land. Most of the group had dived at this spot at least […]
In 1978 Ron Wyatt was walking along the Calvary Escarpment when something happened to him that so far only occurred once in his life. While walking with a member of the Israeli Department of Antiquities his left arm raised up and pointed to the escarpment and the words came out of his mouth, “That’s Jeremiah’s […]
Only God is Immortal – Mankind is NOT Immortal1 TIM 6:14 … our Lord Jesus Christ: 15 Which in his times he shall shew, who is the blessed and only Potentate, the King of kings, and Lord of lords; 16 Who only hath immortality, dwelling in the light which no man can approach unto; whom […]
A number of things have changed in regards to our knowledge of the ashen remains of Sodom & Gomorrah since our newsletter and video on the subject were released. Below is an update based on some recent exploration by a friend of this ministry.
I believe that the greatest and last of God’s messages to the inhabitants of our world is outlined in the texts below: Humankind was created by a Being of such power and ability that we can not understand His ways or His means: JOB 11:7 Canst thou by searching find out God? canst thou find […]
I took the photograph of the altar and placed it on my scanner, scanning it at a very high resolution. I then magnified the upper right corner of the altar and printed it out. The photo is very grainy, but you can see it at right. When Ron arrived home, I showed it to him […]