“Second deck” Noah’s ark Mt. Ararat part 2 – 40+ features and structures

Upperpart of a large cage chamber inside the large wooden structure on Mt. Ararat. The large wooden structure lies broken into mainly three large pieces beneath the surface of the glacier somewhere between the 4000 and 5000 meter level on the mountain. Remarkable and most amazing is the presence of the huge slanting wall on the left side of the passage in the video. The wall rises up from the second deck approximately 5 meter high.

At one point in this part of the passage the wall is supported by a triangular construction. This originally must have made it a very strong connection to the whole construction. The corridor at the right side behind the wooden brace is visible over a lenght of about 40 meters.

June 2018, 10 years have passed after the rediscovery of the remainders of Noah’s ark on Mt Ararat. The American author of the book “The Archaeological Evidence of Noah’s Flood”, Philip Williams visited the large prehistoric wooden structure on Mt. Ararat on November 9th 2014, as a prelude towards a thorough scientific investigation under auspices of Turkish scientists and authorities.

For more info:www.araratdiscovery.org

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