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AnswersInGenitals
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Message 91 of 348 (550634)
03-16-2010 9:00 PM
Reply to: Message 14 by Buzsaw
03-14-2010 8:34 PM


Heaps of Jeeps.
buzsaw from post 14 writes:
...lack of evolution transitional fossils. There should be far more than the few questionable ones claimed.
And given the thousands of chariots and tens of thousands of soldiers that Pharaoh sent after the Israelites (they weren't Jews until after the founding of Judea) who were all drowned in the sea, there should be heaps and piles of chariot wheels, cabs, axles, reins, swords, armor, and tons of other military gear, not just "the few questionable ones claimed". By your very own criterion for credibility, Buz, where's the evidence of heaps and piles of this stuff?

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AnswersInGenitals
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Message 93 of 348 (550636)
03-16-2010 9:09 PM


Proof is in the mind of the believer.
New photos recently discovered in Ron Wyatt's archives confirm his discovery of the Pharaoh's chariots during his diving expedition to the bottom of the Red Sea!
Two of these photos are shown here:
and
Ron's notes accompanying these amazing photos state that the imprint of the pharaohs cartouche is clearly visible on the seat of one of these chariots. However, the notes are a little waterlogged and difficult to decipher, and they may say that the imprint of the pharaoh's caboose is clearly visible. According to the notes, a papyrus found with the chariots refers to the pharaoh as Ramses. But, again the notes are a little obscure and may be saying that the pharaoh is referred to as a ram's ass.
A newspaper (or newspapyrus, actually) found with the chariots has the date 27 June, 1252 BCE clearly visible on its front page, definitively establishing the date of the exodus. This came as a great surprise to many scholars who had believed that the Gregorian calendar was not adopted in Egypt until the late 21st dynasty.
This discovery casts all of Ron's heretofore controversial work in a new light. We all deeply regret that Ron did not live to see his life's labors vindicated and to enjoy the accolades now to be heaped upon him.
Regards, AnInGe
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Behind ever great man is a great man's behind.

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