Wednesday, February 18, 2015

The biblical Noah’s Ark was actually discovered in Turkey years ago, but it has been kept from the general public.

The ark was found in 1959 Turkish army captain Llhan Durupinar, who spotted an unusual shape in aerial photographs he had taken of the countryside near the Turkish border with Iran.


Puzzled by the images, Durupinar sent them to Dr. Brandenburger of Ohio State University, who was famous for discovering Cuban Missile bases from reconnaissance photos.

“I have no doubt at all, that this object is a ship. In my entire career, I have never seen an object like this on a stereo photo,” Dr. Brandenburger said definitively.



The New York Times posted an article in 1960 with the picture above captioned “Noah’s Ark?” The story caused a group of Americans to investigate the site, but they found nothing conclusive.

However, in 1977, researcher Ron Wyatt visited the site and spent years investigating it. He came to the definitive conclusion that it was indeed Noah’s Ark.



In the years since, the ark has been excavated many times, and lots of unique artifacts have been found.



It turns out that the ark’s location has been known for centuries. It was first named as the location by William, a traveller in the 13th century.



If Noah’s Ark has indeed been discovered, why has this information not been made more public? Could there be something they’re not telling us? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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