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.