NOAH’S ARK IS IN TURKEY

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The arkship of Noah’s Flood is found in Turkey. Noah saved his family and pairs of animals from the Flood, according to biblical account in Genesis 6–8. A small bivalve mollusc with boat-shaped shell is found in Mediterranean off Atlantic coasts of Africa and southern Europe. In 1872 George Smith a bank­note engraver assistant in British Museum, discovered story of the Flood the same as in Book of Genesis inscribed on a cuneiform tablet made of clay recently excavated at far-distant Nineveh in present-day Iraq. According to version idol worshippers, thought it was the gods of Babylon who wiped out all mankind through death by water. As in the Bible, the survival of all living things was effected by a single man Noah and his family of 8 people. A Dutch creationist built full-size replica of Noah’s Ark, made according to the blueprint set out by God in the Bible. 3345748822_f632de81feArk6IMG_20170529_111335Johan Huibers spent 3 years and more than £1.03million constructing gigantic wooden boat. He set sight on sailing in the world like Noah experienced. This feat of true biblical proportions inspired by a dream Mr Huibers had 20 years ago in which he saw part of his native Netherlands submerged in a flood like one featured in Book of Genesis. This boat museum now has set sail around the world. Exactly as Jesus said as it was in the days of Noah so shall it be during Coming of the Son of man Jesus Christ in the end-times. Accept Jesus as your Saviour and pray for family, friends, loved ones and enemies to be saved in JESUS NAME!!! Noah’s Ark Ministries International, Hong Kong documentary team found Noah’s wooden structure believed to be the Biblical boat. Noah’s structure carbon dates to 4,800 years, found at 13,000ft above sea level.
Explorers think they have found Noah's ArkExplorers solved location of Noah’s Ark
Inside the alleged wooden structureExplorers found wooden planks, nails and even staircase inside the structure. On, 15th April 2017 the Historians, and archeologists clerics who sought proof for Noah’s ark existence for centuries found conclusive evidence in Turkey.

“We think it is 99.9% that this is it.”

Yeung Wing-cheung, explorer

Yeung Wing-cheung, a filmmaker who helped discover the remains, said: “We saw Noah’s Ark so think is 99.9%.” Team member Man-fai Yuen added: “The structure is partitioned into different spaces. “We believe wooden structure we entered is the exact same structure recorded in historical accounts.”

The structure was found on Mount AraratNoah’s structure was found under snow and debris on Mount Ararat in Turkey. Another team member, Panda Lee, said: “I saw a structure built with plank-like timber. “Each plank was about eight inches wide. I could see tenons, proof of ancient construction predating the use of metal nails. “We walked about 100 metres to another site. I could see broken wood fragments embedded in a glacier, and some 20 metres long.” The team said the structure had several compartments, wooden beams and discovered what seems to be wooden walls, doors, nails and even staircases.
Noah's ArkThe experts say the evidence of biblical flood ship was 4 kilometres up the side of a mountain 4,800 years ago, shows a substantial geological evidence of flood around the world narrated by many people in folklore and in documents.
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