I first heard about this almost 30 years ago, when I saw Ron Wyatt’s Overview of Discoveries video, and have heard conflicting stories of the validity of this object since. Wyatt found anchor stones that show images indicating eight people survived.
It’s possible that the ERT ground penetrating radar they’re apparently using is superior to what was available to earlier explorers. These guys claim this is for sure a ship, and it’s 50 miles from the nearest body of water.
The timing may be an indication this may be the real thing. Belief in God is at an all-time low, and a significant spiritual revival still needs to happen before this world ends. Proof of Noah’s ark would shock many, and could help spark a great awakening!
Real Noah’s Ark ‘buried in Turkish mountains’ and experts say 3D scans will prove Biblical ship’s existence
20 Nov 2019
Experts claim they’ve snapped underground images of a mysterious ship-shaped object discovered half a century ago in eastern Turkey. …
Not everyone is convinced though, with geologists claiming the mountainous lump is simply an unusual mountain formation.
Now a film crew led by long-time ark hunter Cem Sertesen say they’ve image whatever’s down there, according to the Turkish Anadolu Agency.
The team claim they’ll reveal the pictures, obtained by “sending electric signals underground via cables”, in a forthcoming documentary about the Ark.
…Noah loaded two of every animal onto a 150-meter long ark to save them from apocalyptic flooding. …
A popular focus of many searches is the Durupınar site, a 150-meter-long formation among the mountains. …
Sertesen admitted that the images aren’t necessarily of Noah’s Ark….
“It’s a ship, but it’s too early to be called Noah’s Ark,” he said.
That seems unlike considering the spot is over 50 miles from the nearest body of water.
Comment under the Fox News version of this article. ERT is Electrical Resistivity Tomography:
We recently scanned the site with GPR (ground penetrating radar) and the results which will be made public next year do show structure below the ground that suggest man made features and not a natural object. I was part of the 2014 ERT resistivity survey expedition that the article talks about. We got amazing results that is only now hitting the news.