Skip to comments.The Search For Noah's Ark
Posted on 07/19/2007 10:57:32 AM PDT by Fennie
The first sightings of the ark in more modern times took place in 1856 when a group of English scientists climbed the mountain to search for the Ark. They asked a young Armenian boy, Haji Yearman, and his father to guide them up the mountain and show them the ark of Noah. Haji Yearman and his father did just that!
This upset the scientists, because their object was to prove that the ark was not there. These scientists were atheists, and they tried to burn the ark. They said it would not burn, so they tried to destroy it, but they could not.
Then they treatened Haji Yearman and his father with persecution if they ever told of this expedition. The scientists themselves took a death oath that they would never disclose their findings of the ark.
After the death of Haji Yearman, Mr. Williams moved to Brockton, Massachusetts, where he read a newspaper account telling of an English scientist who on his death bed stated that as a young man in 1856 he and two other scientist climbed the mountain of Ararat and saw the ark of Noah. The article states that the other two scientists had died but that this gentleman was troubled because they threatened a young Armenian boy and his father with persecution, and he wanted to get this off his chest before he died. The two accounts coincide, authenticating the expedition which took place -- and the finding of the ark in 1856...
Globull Warming will reveal it........
A most scholarly work. I’m convinced.
Purported Sightings of Noah’s Ark —
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Honestly I would love to believe The Ark is still there.
However in regards to this article the B.S. meter is just off the charts.
Maybe someone can find it on Google maps. Of course they may be part of a conspiracy to keep it from being disclosed.
It must be true because of the death bed confession, right?
I’ve seen the documentaries about the “Ararat Anomaly” and frankly I don’t see it. I think anyone that says they do have never seen a mountain.
“ THE RIDDLE OF ARARAT “
By Robin Simmons
That, is no anomaly.
There are another group of people who are just as serious and just as convinced that what is left of the Ark lies on a mountain in Iran.
correct. that is a ‘hoax’.
They’ll never find it unless they are given the map and the key.
Don't see anything?
just one of many photos over the decades. I've been following this for many decades.
Since I have not had, personally, the experience and explorations these people have had - over a couple hundred years - nor talked with any of them nor seen their evidence "in person", I can't sit here and armchair a 'definite' yeah or nay.
But to cavalierly dismiss all these studies and reports seems a bit disingenuous, at the least.
Below: Noah's Ark as described to a police artist by Georgie Hagopian, who saw the Ark twice in the early 1900's, when most of it was in one piece.
and in this photo - it appears to be looking directly down on an object (mid-left)that would look like the above sketch from above:
That is no boat, it's a pile of rocks.
I have no comment on the probability or possibility that such a thing exists.
That “object” should show up on Google Earth if it’s real.
In an age when you can see nekked wimmon on google earth, it seems like something as big an ark would be fairly easy to spot.
It’s also possible to buy high res photos of any spot you choose. A lot cheaper than climbing mountains, at least for narrowing down the search.
I enjoyed this story the first time I saw it, but it’s 30 years later and they still haven’t found the Ark.
The wood found on this mountain is hand-hewn timber. Extremely hard and impregnated with a black substance, the wood is tooled, obviously a part of some building. It is buried in an ice cap, on top of a lava flow, upon a mountain where no trees are native to that mountain for a distance of 200 miles. If this timber is not from the ark, the interesting question is, what is the timber doing on top of this mountain? After having the timber examined, Bryce felt it was definitely from the ark of Noah
They've found Roman ships thousands of years old now, evidence that sailors may have been in the Mediterranean 14000 years ago, and the 'evidence' for Noah's Ark is a piece of wood on top of a mountain? Why is it some have to find physical evidence? Some sort of proof for the unbelievers? They could find a written tablet signed Noah and his three sons with a list of animals taken on the boat and many of the same would still not believe.
I just don't see the importance of it. I know what the Bible says happened and I believe that happened. Not sure how, or even how widespread the flood was but this reminds me of the story of Thomas. Is there an old boat up on top of a mountain? Don't know and really don't care. IF there is (and that's a big if) it probably belonged to one of the older cultures of the time in that region though and most likely not associated with the flood.
The name we call Ararat in the English translation of the Bible was assumed because the original text from the early copy said rrt and they made the association with the Ararat.
that is a different ‘site’ than the ararat anomaly..it is supposedly half under ice-broken in half ON the mountain, not a rock formation looking like a boat a bit near the mountains..
I saw a show on the History Channel the other night that said that Adam had a wife before Eve. Do you believe this?
Where are the pics of crop circles?
And there is a band named after that. What was that name...scratches head.
here's some more
The Pentagon's 1949 Aerial Mission Over Mt. Ararat
as I said, I'm in no position, in my armchair, to pronounce yes or no on these myriad studies and unexpected happenstances over the past more than 100 years - There are, of course, proponents on either side- certainly the atheists among us have a vested interested in pooh-poohing it.
But millions of dollars, myriad expeditions by many countries, civilian, military and government - have thought something was there.
Bottom line, I don't know. And I suspicion, neither do you -
I also suspicion, if there is an Ark finally found on the mountain, it won't be GOOGLE that 'finds' it. LOL
Actually it’s not a band per se. It was a touring group of female performers. I did kinda think Lilith (in the “documentary”) was hot though. :o)
Anyway I made my kid turn the channels as melding Hebrew myth into Old Testament text and claiming it is all one in the same kinda pissed me off.
“Depends on when Google earth took the photos = the object is totally under ice for most of the year...”
Under those conditions a wooden object would no longer exist in recognizable form. Perhaps as toothpicks...
“Bottom line, I don’t know. And I suspicion, neither do you..”
Agreed. That’s why I said I had no comment on the possible existence. I’m no atheist either, as an aside.
“I also suspicion, if there is an Ark finally found on the mountain, it won’t be GOOGLE that ‘finds’ it. LOL”
I can see my house quite well on it. Of course, my house has not been buried under ice half the year over and over again for thousands of years.
Looks like rosie’s pookie!
Nice try yourself. The point I am making is..and I know this will come as a shock to you: Just because someone says something doesn't make it so!
But you miss the point, which is not surprising! How do you know there wasn't a Lilith in the Garden of Eden? Did you talk to Adam? Have you ever been to The Garden of Eden? Personally, I already know there was no Lilith there, I believe your narrow-mindedness has run amok!
More to the point...even though many historical places did at one time exist I know for a fact that they no longer do. The Colossus of Rhodes doesn't exist AND I DO NOT NEED TO GO THERE TO PROVE IT.
Can you even prove these "Scientist" existed? This all rings of Internet urban legend to me. There are many things I do not need to see to know they aren't there. You are the one being narrow minded by believing anything you hear then demanding someone prove it is NOT true. That's standing science on it's head. And before you go off on this being a matter of faith let me explain to you that faith has nothing to do with it. I take it as a matter of faith that the flood of Noah's day happened. I take it as a matter of faith that God commanded Noah to build the Ark that he did. I do not take it a matter of faith that a wooden boat has survived 6000 years on an environmentally brutal and earthquake prone mountain top.
“and in this photo - it appears to be looking directly down on an object (mid-left)that would look like the above sketch from above:”
I see a raving mid-left. I am not saying that it is NOT there, I don’t know. I’m saying that I don’t see it.
THE SEARCH FOR NOAH’S ARK
Drs. Lee Spencer and Jean Luc Lienard
If all of these older expeditions found the ark and they went inside it and even photographed it (where are those photographs anyway?), doesn’t it seem that somebody mounting a modern expedition with all the science at our disposal now would have found the darn thing?
I do NOT have “contempt for others who do not share my appreciation for BS”!!
I do on the other hand have contempt for you. :o)
Have a nice day.