Intro to Red Sea Crossing[4:56] A short introduction to the possible Hebrew Red Sea crossing at the Gulf of Aqaba between Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
Chariot Artifact Parts Seen Diving the Red Sea CrossingIf Pharaoh’s army was destroyed in the Red Sea, evidence of their chariots and weapons may still exist off the coast of Nuweiba Beach. A team of divers and a robotic camera search for ancient artifacts that would further confirm the Biblical account of the Exodus.
Wadi Watir meets the Gulf of AqabaAll the trash and junk from the Sinai and Wadi Watir comes out here into the gulf. It stank pretty bad in this area. This is where Wadi Watir meets the Gulf of Aqaba at the Red Sea crossing. From our May 2016 trip there. Website: https://DiscoveredSinai.com
Wadi WatirLooking up the dry river bed that is the only large opening onto the beach from the Sinai Peninsula interior. The Israelites turned off the trade route with Midian and turned back and went down this dry river bed now called Wadi Watir and it led to the huge beach area today known as Nuweiba where God performed one of the greatest miracles of the Old Testament! Website: https://DiscoveredSinai.com
The Red Sea Crossing - A Rood Awakening! from Israelhttp://aroodawakening.tv Crossing the Red Sea - Journey with Michael Rood and an international team of scientists and explorers as they document the most exciting archaeological finds in the history of the human race. You will sail the ancient “Yam Suph” (modern day “Gulf of Aqaba” aka the “Red Sea”) where hundreds of Egyptian chariots have been strewn across the sea floor. Robotic submarine cameras will lead you through an underwater battlefield where the coral encrusted remains of Pharaoh’s army still litter the ocean floor like an ancient chariot junkyard. This will be the beginning of the greatest adventure of your life. You will never be the same after experiencing The Red Sea Crossing!
Where is the real Red Sea crossing site? Road To Sinai - Part 1 - The CrossingWhere was the red sea crossing? With all new aerial footage, Lennart Moller and Ross Patterson discuss the possible options for the Red sea crossing site, and why they can easily be narrowed down to one, just by simply understanding the geography of the region. This is part one of a series Ben Jones (godslastwarning.com) and Ross Patterson (discoverynews.net) are working on, to bring the basics of Ron Wyatt's discoveries to light, along with the subsequent discoveries of Lennart Moller, Dr Kim and many others.
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