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Confirmation That Moses Crossed The Red Sea Discovered As Remains Of Ancient Egyptian Army From 3,200 Years Ago

The story of Moses splitting the sea in two so the Jewish group could cross and then drowning all the Egyptian soldiers is a famous miracle in the Catholic Bible.

The story of Saint Moses dividing the sea

In the world today, the number of Christians is approximately 2 billion people. Everyone knows the legend of the “Crossing of the Red Sea” in “Exodus” (“Exodus” in the “Old Testament”).

Consequently, the Israeli Moses, after receiving the will of God Jehovah, performed miracles many times in Egypt. Especially the last time, when all the Egyptians’ firstborn sons and all their newborn cattle died in one night, the Egyptian Pharaoh was forced to free the Israelites who were most enslaved for 400 years.

When Moses led the Israelites to the shore of the Red Sea, Pharaoh went back on his word and sent his army after him. The Israelites were very afraid, but Moses told them, “Don’t be afraid, just stop. See how God Jehovah works out his salvation with us today.”

When night fell, there was a cloud that formed a wall to separate the Egyptians from the Israelites. The Egyptians were on the dark side and the Israelites were on the bright as day side. God Jehovah said to Moses: “You extend your rod toward the sea and separate the waters. The people of Israel will follow him across the sea.”

Upon reaching the shore, according to the will of God Jehovah, Moses raised his staff and separated the sea water on both sides to create a path, with two very high walls of water on both sides. The Israelites followed that path and crossed the Red Sea.

When Pharaoh led his army to follow this path, Jehovah God told Moses: “Point your staff toward the sea and command the water to rush against the chariots and horses of the Egyptian army.” Immediately Moses pointed his staff towards the sea, the water of the sea began to close, causing Pharaoh and the army that was pursuing the Israeli people to drown in the sea.

This story has been widely spread for thousands of years and many literary and cinematic works also mention it as the power of God expressed through the ability of the character Moses. Most people think the story is fictional. But recent studies have shown that it really could have happened.

Evidence was found under the Red Sea.

Swedish scientist Lennart Moller collaborated with the television channel on a program to explore road traces in the Red Sea. Here they found a large number of ancient relics belonging to the Egyptian army.

Previously, in 1978, Dr. Ron Wyatt also found human bones, horses, and submarine remains in the Red Sea. They are said to be evidence of the crossing of the Red Sea by Pharaoh’s army when pursuing the Jews.

One of the many mineralized remains found at the crossing site was tested and shown by the osteology department at Stockholm University to be a human femur, the right femur of a man between 165 and 170 cm tall. Basically, it has been “fossilized,” that is, replaced by corals and minerals, so it is not possible to use the radiocarbon method to date the bone sample, although it is clearly an ancient artifact. The wheels and axles became covered in coral and overturned.

When Dr. Ron Wyatt first visited Nuweiba in 1978, she found a pillar with Phoenician inscriptions underwater. Unfortunately, the writing had eroded, so the importance of this pillar was not known until 1984, when a second granite pillar was found on the other side of the Saudi coast and very similar to the first, with the writing intact.

In the words of the Phoenicians there are words: Mizraim (Egypt); Solomon; Edom; die; Pharaoh; Moses and Yahweh (Jehovah) imply that King Solomon erected these pillars to commemorate the miracle of crossing the sea. The Saudi government does not allow tourists in and perhaps out of fear of illegal tourists, the Saudi government has since removed this flagpole and replaced it with a flagpole.

Dr. Carl Drews also made a fairly reasonable assumption. He believes that there is a 1.6 kilometer long reef off the coast of Egypt, on the other side of the Red Sea, in the northern corridor, that when the sea winds blow at a speed of 30 m/hour will be able to push the water to the sides. Here, the water level at low tide is approximately 1.5 to 1.8 m (possibly up to 2.7 to 3 m).

Therefore, the Gulf of Suez will extend further north and the tidal range will also be greater. And if this is true, then when the tide rises, the “wall of water” can completely sink the Egyptian army as recorded in the Bible.

In 1798, French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte and a group of his soldiers crossed the Gulf of Suez. In Korea there is also a large stone road that connects the two islands Jindo and Modo, full of mystery and attraction.

The above documents show that the story of Saint Moses parting the sea is completely based on existence and once again proves the accuracy of the Bible.