Monday, May 5, 2008

The Red Sea Crossing Site Found by Ron Wyatt

The Red Sea Crossing the phenomena pictures galleryThe children of Israel lived in the Nile delta area or the land of Rameses, and first encamped at the northern end of the Gulf of Suez or Succoth at the beginning of the Exodus. This was the first point where they went into the camping mode. Then they traveled through the wilderness of the Red Sea, or what wecall today the Sinai Peninsula, and encountered the Gulf of Aqaba. (I Kings 9:26 calls this the Red Sea.)

The Red Sea Crossing the phenomena images galleryWadi Watir had the Children of Israel "entangled." Exit point at the large beach at Nuweiba.

The Red Sea Crossing the phenomena pics galleryAbove, the Wadi Watir winding its way to the Red Sea Crossing site at Nuweiba, had the children of Israel thinking Moses had made a wrong decision to bring them this way.

The Red Sea Crossing the phenomena photos galleryGod caused a strong east wind to blow the waters back so the people could walk ten miles through the Red Sea to safety in Arabia. The crossing path is about a quarter to a half mile wide and is on a gradual slope down to the bottom of the Red Sea and then up to the Saudi beach. On either side of this path are the depths of the Red Sea, the Eilat Deep and the Aragonese Deep, each 3000 and 5000 feet deep respectively.

The Red Sea Crossing the phenomenaKing Solomon had these columns erected 400 years after the miracle of the crossing of the Red Sea on dry land. Solomon's sea port was at the northern tip of the Gulf of Aqaba at Eilat (I Kings 9:26) and he was very familiar with the Red Sea crossing site, as it was in his neighborhood. The Bible even mentions this column! Isaiah 19:19, "In that day there will be an altar to the Lord in the midst of the land of Egypt, and a pillar to the Lord at its border." You can visit the beach today and see the column in person.