Did Moses really lead the people of Israel through the Red Sea on dry ground. Chariot Wheels and many other artifacts remain in the Red Sea. Chariot Wheels in the Red Sea. (first published in newsletter # 3 in ). In our last newsletter, we examined the route taken by Moses and the. Chariot Wheels in the Red Sea. (first published in newsletter # 3 in ) In our last newsletter, we examined the route taken by Moses and the great multitude. And given the first line of your first comment on here, that would be pretty hypocritical. You come up in a Google search 2 for claiming the Hebrew crossing a hoax. THE CHARIOT WHEELS We will begin with the chariot wheels that Ron and the boys found in the Gulf of Aqaba. Just because its incomprehensible to you…. This is well found in ancient Egyptian history. An identical column was found on the opposite side of the Red Sea along the coast of the ancient land of Midian which is now Saudi Arabia. Brotheren, these signs are for they who do not believe, that they may see and believe. Most non believers think they are intellectually superior to believers and you are no exception. And since when have ferries had solid gold wheels? Its clearly mentioned in the bible that the prince of the world,satan, will blind and veil the hearts of the people so that they wouldnt be able to see and understand the truth. If that went over your head, my apologizes. Wyatt reasoned that if this were truly the site of the Red Sea Exodus, there could be evidence in the waters. But Pharaoh and his commanders had no way of knowing that they would be the ones destroyed by walls of water that loomed up nearly feet on either side of them. God be the glory Here is a red cow that the Jews are needing to build the third temple which means to me that Jesus Rapture is about to happen so here is the link for you peoples to check out: No one will ever cry or be sad for any reason. Perhaps it is easier for someone who works in a field like Biblical studies, which involves archaeology, to spot frauds and fakes in this domain. Chariot Wheels in the Red Sea first published in newsletter 3 in In our last newsletter, we examined the route taken by Moses and the great multitude as they fled Egypt. And so the obvious way to proceed is for these objects to be studied and analysed, and the results published.