There are also things about our past and heritage that we really don’t remember. The world’s elite and powerful institutions seem to have an agenda to keep people in the dark. One of these secrets has to do with Noah’s ark and its life. Lhan Durupinar, a Turkish army captain, noticed an odd form while inspecting his country in 1959.
At an altitude of 6,300 feet near the Turkish border with Iran, the outline, wider than a football field, stood out from the rugged and rocky landscape.
It can be noted that Durupunir was already acquainted with biblical accounts of the Ark and its relation to Turkey’s Mount Ararat. Dr. Brandenburger, a photographer in Ohio, was entrusted with the photos he took.
Ron Wyatt paid a visit to the location in 1977. Over the course of many years, he and his colleagues conducted extensive studies. The item was examined first as part of the survey. The outline resembled a ship’s hull. The measurements were identical to those used in the Bible.
Wyatt was able to recover certain objects from the “ark” using a variety of instruments. A piece of petrified wood was one of the most important.
When they studied it, they found that it was made up of three planks that had been laminated together with organic glue. What’s more intriguing is that the bit of plank turned out to have carbon trapped in it.
There’s something, though. A piece of metal in the shape of a disk with rivets was the most interesting find. Iron, aluminum, and titanium were discovered in the piece. This is particularly remarkable given that metallurgy did not exist at the time the ark was constructed!
Both of these findings point to the fact that Noah’s Ark does exist and can be found in Turkey.