Hi what do you guys think of the gold plated chariot found at the bottom of the dead sea because it was gold plated does it mean it was pharos chariot apparently only pharos had gold plated chariots. Thank you for any replies in advance.
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Come on Spud...…. you can do better than this...… you know what is needed...…
What Gold plated chariot ?
Where was it found …?
Who found it...?
Why do you think it is an Egyptian chariot...?
Who says " …. only pharos had gold plated chariots."
@Spudnik: gold plated chariot found at the bottom of the dead sea
What would Pharoah's chariot be doing in the Dead Sea? Wasn't it the Red Sea where Moses and his sky-fairy are supposed to have drowned the Egyptian army?
In any case, to link debris found on a seabed with the Exodus myth, you first have to show that the Israelites were enslaved in Egypt, that they escaped, and that Moses actually existed. As far as I know, there's no evidence to support any of those claims.
Sounds like a story theONION would print to troll credulous people, except they wouldn't have confused the two bodies of water; even parody news has standards.
I can see the shocking headlines now.
*GOLD PLATED CHARIOT SINKS IN WATER*
Who could have seen that coming.
yes sorry i meant the gold plated chariot that was supposed to be found at the bottom of the red sea also was this chariot actually gold plated was it legit and if it was gold plated then would that mean it was likely pharoahs chariot it was supposed to be dated around the time the exodus was supposed to have accurd not saying the exodus event happened though
To add to watchman's questions:
Who told you this non-sense about chariots and more importantly: why did you believe them?
Shouldn't you be doing your own research here? Here's a clue archaeological experts have been researching the presence of Israelites in Egypt from the period the book of Genesis suggests it occurred for decades, and have come up with nothing. Exodus is a myth much like the rest of the bible as no evidence supports its claims.
So start by finding credible sources for this claim. Then find credible (objective = non religious) sources that have evidenced the conclusion you're stretching for about this validating the Exodus myth in any way.
You keep scouring the internet for wild stories, and then burst on here with a new thread when you find them as if they have any credibility at all, but without even citing credible sources.
It's a meaningless waste of time, as wild unevidenced and fake stories abound on the internet. You need to understand how to cross check sources and look for credible citations that support such claims. If the claims seem risible then that's usually a bad sign.
Try and imagine what kind of impact globally credible historical evidence supporting the Exodus myth would have for a start.
There's a good reason the failure to find any evidence for Exodus claims is not making headline news. Religious people in general want their beliefs affirmed, and have little interest in trumpeting research or results that do the opposite.
Sorry Spud...… its a "bust" ….. just one of many periodic recycling of an old fake/fraud ……
Check out these …….
Do you possibly mean the Chariot found at the bottom of the "RED" sea?
I see the HOAX page was already posted...... So..... I think you should probably stop being so gullible or post a link to the page you are asserting exists....
I don't know, maybe he was that Pharaoh who suffered a terrible, terrible accident after being pulled along by dolphins in his surf-chariot.
Clearly they are not chariot wheels but the internal mercury drive of an interstellar UFO. Anyone familiar with such things will agree instantly. Only the ignorant will deny such a claim.
Ok was this hoax chariot the gold plated one
The hoax gets recycled every few years, I assume the gold business is just a new detail.
Hearsay and wishful thinking should not be confused with evidence.
I did a little digging and I'm guessing Ron Wyatt is the source of the claim about gold chariot wheels.
Hey..... I just had a PROPHECY. Noah's ark will be discovered soon! I saw it in a dream.
Did I mention Bigfoot is real and Space people are friendly?
so has the findings of a gold plated chariot in the red sea been debunked
debunked? So far you haven't given us the source. You've been asked a few times for the details but have not provided them. So far there is nothing to "debunk".
no it hasn't been debunked by the looks of it there actually was a gold plated chariot that was found in the red sea a quick google search will take you to the chariot
" it hasn't been debunked " "there actually was a gold plated chariot"
Yes indeed, and they're selling the chariot on Amazon apparently.
Do you read any of the posts that follow your inane ideas?
Chariot Wheels in the Red Sea Hoax Persists
A news report that stunned the world nine years ago about the discovery of possible ancient chariot wheels at the bottom of the Red Sea is suddenly gaining fresh attention with new video claiming “irrefutable evidence” that corroborates the find.
"An email has begun proliferating this year titled, “The Red Sea Crossing,” or, “Parting of the Red Sea,” or, “Chariot Wheels Found in Red Sea,” and it is being passed around so much with so little investigation that Snopes.com has begun a page on the email and its claims. I suspect that the email is part of an advertising campaign for a film due out in Fall 2008, starring a creationist named Dr. Lennart Moller (not an archeologist, but a biologist) and titled, “The Exodus Conspiracy”
A MIND IS A TERRIBLE THING TO WASTE: Stop using drugs!
Go to the link above.
The Plagues of Egypt are great for pointing out what a dick the Abrahamic god is. "He hardened Pharaoh's heart..." so he could dick-size.
What do you guys think of this site https://godssecret.wordpress.com/2008/09/07/concerning-the-exudus-from-e... they claim a number of bodies were found in the area of the chariot along with a weapon that they think would have belonged to a high up Egyptian character .
That is a blog that cites Ron Wyatt. Furthermore, the picture included with the skull was taken in the Yucatan (near Mexico).
You've done what we are all guilty of from time to time. A parody news item dovetailed nicely with your world view; so you just believed it instead of being skeptical.
You should have known it was fake since a discovery like that would be one of the greatest finds of all time. The professional journals would be stuffed with articles about it. Instead you're reading from a blog that cites Ron Wyatt, and plagiarizes World News Daily Report (a parody website). At the bottom of all their articles it says:
I'm sorry, and I'm guessing you don't want to hear it: but you've been duped.
It's a site perpetuating the false news story. Why don't you read the articles. It is an internet hoax. We know who wrote the story and we know how it got on the internet.
"On 24 October 2014, the web site World News Daily Report (WNDR) published an article reporting that chariot wheels and the bones of horses and men had been discovered at the bottom of the Red Sea, "
"WNDR is fake news site whose disclaimer notes that the site’s articles are satirical in nature: World News Daily Report is a news and political satire web publication,"
IS ANY OF THIS SINKING IN YET???? IT'S A HOAX! It makes you look ignorant and stupid when you do not fact check such reports. The whole world is laughing. It's time to grow the hell up and stop believing in fairy tales. READ THE FRIGGING POSTS!!!
none of the links provided actually debunk the wheels they
is there any thing actually debunking it aside from articles calling it a hoax
So once again it appears that you really want to believe …… you seem to be taking the line ,"Don't confuse me with facts ,I've made my mind up..."
and that is fine...… it is your prerogative to choose the path of ignorance...….. but I have 2 final shots for you to consider...…
1/ IF a golden chariot wheel was found...… where is it now...….. which museum is it in or which university is studying it ?
2/ It is not compulsory for "believers" to be gullible..... read this.....
its put out by Christian evangelicals warning against just such fabricated stories as those you are quoting...… indeed it deals specifically with the "400 skeleton story" …..
…."According to the report, the investigation had been carried out by “Abdel Mohamed Gader”, from the Archaeology department in Cairo, which would confirm the Exodus story in the Bible. This information was made up by the writer and it was easy to figure this out: there was no archaeologist with that name, which is something that can be confirmed by a search on Google; or you can tell this is a website dedicated to the invention of news by simply having a look at it."
See more: http://evangelicalfocus.com/blogs/865/You_like_it_you_feel_moved_by_it_b...