Noah’s Ark 14

Posted: August 6, 2015 in Noah's Ark
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Fantastic sun rays striking through clouds. Graphic effects are applied for a more dramatic image

Let’s read about one more archeological site located in central Burma.  This site is estimated at over 10,000 feet
deep and divided into three layers.

The upper layer is jammed full of hundreds of different kinds of fossil life, including the mastodon, hippopotamus
and ox.

Again, the animal fossils are so many and so varied of species that the animal world of today seems impoverished.

Animals are mixed that don’t normally live together.  Sea life is mixed with land animals and with human artifacts.

A volcanic eruption could not have killed so many animals of so many different species (sea and land animals),
from around the world and deposited them in one area.

This archeological site supports the idea of a great flood, killing many plants, trees, sea life and land animals.  The
mighty waves scrambled them, creating a site of fossils from all over the world.

In the previous month, I have described only four archeological sites that support the great flood.  But from Alaska
to Florida, from Europe to Eastern Asia, from low elevations to high elevations, huge graveyards of millions of sea
animals, land animals, plants and human artifacts can be found supporting the idea of the great flood.

Next week the waters recede.

Thank you so much for reading.  God bless.

Jeff

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