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First Century Jerusalem – 30 Feet Underground – Richard Rives and Wayne Farris

In 1981 Ron Wyatt located what he believed to be the crucifixion site of Jesus Christ. He found a square depression in the surface material, into which a cross could have been placed, along with an adjoining crevice. Ron Wyatt said that the blood of Christ ran down through that crevice and onto the Mercy Seat of the Ark of …

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FIBERS FROM NOAH’S ARK

(First published in newsletter # 4 in 1993) In 1985 a six-inch hole was drilled into the side of the ark. By way of that hole, matrix material samples were taken from within a cavity. Careful examination of the samples with the naked eye revealed fibers that appeared to be hair. Recently these fibers were evaluated by a fiber expert …

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Another Jesus

(First published in newsletter # 11 in 1995) In the Book of Second Corinthians, the Apostle Paul expresses his concern that some teachers were preaching “Another Jesus”: “But I fear, lest by any means, as the serpent beguiled Eve through his subtlety, so your minds should be corrupted from the simplicity that is in Christ. For if he that cometh …

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Evidence of the Last Days

(First published in newsletter # 2 in 1993) HEB 11:1 Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Believers have always known by faith that the accounts in the Bible are true and that they are given as examples in order that we may learn from them. Hebrews 11:6 tells us that it …

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Radar Locates an Entrance

In February 2003 Wyatt Archaeological Research conducted ground penetrating radar scans at the exact location Ron had described as the entrance to the passageway of Jeremiah. The Radar scans revealed a void behind a man made wall, and the project to locate Jeremiah’s passageway began. Excavation permits were obtained from the Israel Antiquities Authority and an appeal was made for …

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The Ark of the Covenant

AT THIS TIME, WYATT ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH CAN PROVIDE NO CONCLUSIVE EVIDENCE REGARDING THE DISCOVERY OF THE ARK OF THE COVENANT. Excerpts from and adaptations of the writings of Mrs. Ron (Mary Nell) Wyatt Ron Wyatt claimed that he found the Ark of the Covenant. He was never allowed to provide conclusive evidence. “More and more we are hearing of new …

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August 2006 Excavation Reveals Plastered Enclosure

     The Ark of the Covenant – The earthly throne of the Almighty and a container for the Ten Commandments, the stipulations of His covenant with mankind, which He wrote in stone with His own finger. The location of the Ark, unknown for thousands of years, has been the subject of great supposition, among Bible students and archaeologists alike. Is it …

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Archaeological Exploration in Zedekiah’s Cave

Wyatt Archaeological Research announces archaeological exploration in Zedekiah’s Cave – also known as King Solomon’s Quarries. Jerusalem, Israel – September 2011 History: Far beneath the Old City of Jerusalem lies Zedekiah’s Cave, a vast underground quarry thought to have been employed in the building of the temple in Jerusalem. Forgotten for hundreds of years, the cave was rediscovered in 1854 …

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OFFICIAL REPORT ISRAEL ANTIQUITIES AUTHORITY

During August 2005 a trial excavation was conducted within the Garden Tomb compound, north of the Damascus Gate (Permit No. A-4549*). The excavation, on behalf of the Antiquities Authority and funded by two foundations from the United States––the Wyatt Archaeological Research (WAR) of Tennessee and the Biblical Archaeology Foundation (BAF) of Texas––was directed by Y. Zelinger, with the assistance of …

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12,000 Gallon Cistern?

August 2006 Ark of the Covenant Excavation Reveals Plastered Enclosure           Excavations just completed in Jerusalem revealed what appears to be a 12,000 gallon Byzantine cistern. A circular plastered enclosure measuring approximately sixteen feet in diameter and approximately ten feet in height was partially excavated. The cistern having walls as much as six feet in thickness adjoins an un-plastered circular …

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