NKJV - 4 Then the ark rested in the seventh month, the seventeenth day of the month, on the mountains of Ararat.
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“Proof” is a strong word. Is there any empirical proof? No, and neither should one expect such proof to be attainable, not for wood covered in pitch to withstand 43 centuries, give or take, of erosion. That being said, Wyatt didn’t flinch about his claims and findings while lying on his deathbed. That seems to indicate that HE at least really did believe he found it, along with Mt. Sinai in NW Saudi Arabia as well as the ark of the covenant underneath what he believed to be the crucifixion site. Whether he was right or not, he truly believed that he found these things. I suspect that the best “proof” that we’re going to get is whether or not his prophecy comes true. He didn’t claim to be a prophet, but he nonetheless claimed that one of the angels guarding the ark of the covenant explicitly told him that the 2 stone tablets and the DNA analysis of Christ’s blood, which, according to Wyatt, fell thru the earthquake crack that occurred at the crucifixion and literally dropped on the mercy seat on the ark of the covenant, will be shown to the world as a witness around the same time of what the angel called the “Sunday law,” again according to Wyatt. By making this kind of claim (that of a specific, unprecedented future event) that he states he received from an angel, Wyatt set himself up to be testable against Deuteronomy 18:21-22, albeit at a future date. Wyatt claimed to have DNA analysis of Christ’s blood showing only 24 chromosomes, 23 from his mother and a single Y chromosome, instead of the usual 46. If, as Wyatt claims, this evidence (presumably verified as legitimate by 3rd parties) is presented to the world at the same time as what Wyatt believes to be the mark of the beast, then that would be some heavy business. On the other hand, if it doesn’t happen, then according to Deuteronomy 18:21-22, his claims to have been told this by an angel are not to be considered truthful, per God’s own stated criteria. Personally, I would love to find out whether he actually found what he claimed to have discovered, but the test identified above seems to me to be the only way to confirm it, and unfortunately, according to Wyatt, we’ve got to wait around for the Antichrist before we’ll know one way or the other.
I agree with Evan Doan. I too would love to know if the Ark of the Covenant was truly found and the blood of Jesus. I found Ron Wyatt's account very convincing and exciting a few years ago. I wondered if the Israeli government has kept it hidden and maybe their 3rd Temple will unearth it when it'sbuilt. Wyatt thought his cancer was because of his involvement with the Ark of the Covenant.
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