For those interested in my novel, there are some important things that I should point out. Although it’s a fictional story, a lot of research went into my book involving the biblical and scientific studies of the Shroud. However, looking for these documents relating to the Second Coming of God was somewhat sketchy back in the day, but not incomplete. With enough effort, my studies were able to maintain a sizable story from it. Anyway, I’ll explain all of that later in this statement. For now, let me tell you the things that I stumbled upon during my research. Stunned, to say the least, a new generation of archaeologists and historians has come up with some hard evidence pointing to the Exodus, the walls of Jericho, and the palace of King David.
From the early twenties to the turn of the century has proven the Exodus and the walls of Jericho to have never occurred. However, like the Shroud of Turin, these scholars of the new era have uncovered recent discoveries that debunks these findings. That is, it points to the Exodus and the walls of Jericho with hard evidence. Mind you, each of these discoveries didn’t go without detailed information, involving a lot of exhausting research. And for some reason, they’ve been kept under the public’s radar. By no means is this a UFO/Big Foot documentary with empty verifications, but a valid report from reliable sources. For the evidence is truly buried in the ground.
The Exodus occurred two-hundred years before the reign of Ramesses II - Not during. This discovery involves the Egyptian and Biblical chronometer. It turns out that either the Egyptian chronometer is off by two-hundred years, or the Israelites’ chronometer is simply a separate time of its own. This conflict is still being debated. However, it’s not where the Exodus occurred, but when it occurred. And when looking two-hundred years before Ramesses II, the proof is in a small village inside of Canaan. Evidence of the Israelites can then be found everywhere in this time period. Also, a statement written in one of the scrolls is misunderstood, describing the Israelites to Ramses II. The author who added this sentence into the older scroll at a later time described the location to be in the land of Goshen, and not during the time of Ramses. He was using Ramses's name to identify the location for those who didn’t know the land of Goshen at that time. I’ve even discovered a video documentary on it ⸺ https://tubitv.com/movies/500738/patterns-of-evidence-exodus
Did the walls of Jericho fall ⸺ Yes and No. This is a power pull by both historians making claims against the other. However, there’s too much evidence describing that event in which the bible recorded. Fact; they found the fortified structure to indeed have collapsed. The entire wall
fell with the exception of one section leaving a room untouched as described in the bible. Experts can’t explain how this could have happened but did say it was quick. Some believe it to be an Earthquake, but have no proof of this ⸺ no seismic activities in the region, only along the Jordanian desert which is miles away and a distant time apart. And again, keep in mind that the Egyptian chronometer is off by two-hundred years from the bible ⸺ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_HGbty_PEE
King David’s palace, the third king of the United Kingdom of Israel has been discovered by a woman name Eilat Mazar. Overwhelming evidence points to this unearthing, which has the older generation in archaeology corrected. Not long ago, it was said to be a myth about some made-up story by the Israelites. However, this is no longer true. As a result, I needn’t say any more on this subject ⸺ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMlDwcCivC4
And finally, there’s overwhelming evidence that the Shroud of Turin is authentic. Yes, it’s true that a carbon 14 testing showed the shroud to be only a little over seven-hundred years old. And no, it’s not a valid examination due to the cloth skewed by cotton used in 1293 to repair the sample area on the Shroud. There’s mounting evidence today of an already proven relic describing its authenticity. Two key players to zero in on is a scientist in imagery named, Barry Schwortz, and particle physicist, Isabel Helen Piczek. And although there are many more scientists who back up the authenticity of the shroud, both are respectable individuals in their fields ⸺ https://odysee.com/@thysecondcoming:e/the-shroud-of-turin-god-s-calling-card:b
My research in these discoveries has brought me to this remarkable video in the collection of Archaeologists, Historians, Apologetics, and Theologians proving the history of the bible to be accurate in time and location.
The question is: Did any of these findings change my outlook on religion ⸺ Yes, they did.
: And did they strengthen my faith in God – You better believe it ⸺
Associate of Applied Science, BS in Information Technology.
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, and the Dean's list.
Separate education: The Studies of ancient civilization, History, Humanity, Government, and Biblical Studies.
A degree-holder in Science and the author of this book, Scott Simpson, has spent much of his time researching the Shroud of Turin and the fantastic world of subatomic particles. He's also well-versed in history and the political fields that go with it. But what caught his eye the most was the Shroud's carbon testing and the dating flaw behind it. It was recently discovered that the material used was a repair job back in the 14th century, which piqued Simpson's curiosity. And as a result, a story was created.