Archaeological Discovery Confirms Moses’ Crossing of the Red Sea and Ancient Egyptian агmу’s Fate

The discovery of remains dating back 3,200 years by the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities has confirmed that Moses did cross the Red Sea, as the remains appear to belong to a large ancient Egyptian army from the fourteenth century BC.


This discovery was made in the Gulf of Suez and according to the official statements, the researchers were simply conducting an area search to see if they could find any Bronze Age and Stone Age artifacts and ancient shipwrecks. This is when they came across this huge mass of huɱaп bones. A total of well over 400 skeletons were uncovered here, including what appeared to be hundreds of weapons and armor pieces altogether. After further research two carriages were also unburied here as it appears like a massive battle took place here in ancient ᴛι̇ɱes.

The experts concluded that a massive army was taken down here and according to professor Abdel Muhammad Gader, this might prove the fact that this is the event that was originally depicted in the Exodus.

Gader stated that this army might have been destroyed by the waters of the Red Sea during the reign of Akhenaten as the Jewish people were passing the Red Sea. If this were the case then this would imply that the army had followed Moses through the new path that he had made, and upon seeing this Moses himself decided to pay them back a little and shut down the path, forcing the army to drown altogether.

A bit brutal for a messenger of God, but then again these were brutal ᴛι̇ɱes, to begin with.