posted on Jan, 7 2014 @ 10:35 PM
i think that Ron Wyatt did discover the Ark of the Covenant... but not remnants of Noah's Ark.
i'm a Christian and have no problems believing that the account of Noah is factual by faith... however... the physical remnants of the ark may or may
not exist. Personally given that there have been eyewitness accounts i tend towards the idea that there are still remnants or even whole portions of
it preserved under the icecap.
i read the Ed Davis, and Hagopian accounts and did a bit of searching using Google Earth. Both of them describe a portion of the Ark sticking out of
the ice cap, and located on a ledge above a gorge... with water flowing down... within a horseshoe or have circle shaped portion of the gorge. The
wood of the ark itself being petrified, and with a system of ventilation holes running down the length of the top.
i think (best guess) the remnants are located just above where a section of the ice cap comes down to the 13,500 level... the horseshoe area that
Davis/Hagopian mention is probably covered with ice, and only visible when the ice melts on the hottest years, receding and exposing that horseshoe
shaped area. That is where just about all the sightings have been.
After going through Google Earth images i did find an interesting object - it represents my best guess as to where the ark is. Please note the
circled in red squarish object jutting out from the ice on this year - on other years its covered with ice and cannot be seen on Google Earth). It is
a squarish object about 75-80 foot wide.
here is a link to it (with coords) that i saved off to my dropbox account from Google Earth:
or the pic:
It might just be a rock formation but i find it interesting and wonder what others think of it.
Its at the top portion of Ahora Gorge... i went through some of the photos that expeditions have taken of that spot at the top of Ahora Gorge and
inevitably all of them are filled up with ice (at the time the photos were taken)... so who knows what the object is?
edit on 7-1-2014 by rvborgh because: added photo