Air burst meteor may have hit earth near Dead Sea 3700 years ago (1 Viewer)

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So that would put us about 1700BC. A submersible expedition to the dead sea found remnants of an old civilization which could match Sodom and Gomorrah, the time frame is about right. The Dead Sea is much saltier than the ocean, it's so salty that only a few species of bacteria live there. The saltiness might be related to the bible where it said people turned to salt (or something that looked like salt).

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In an instant, those living in the ancient cities and agricultural settlements north of the Dead Sea were annihilated by a super-heated, cosmic blast from the skies that left destruction across nearly 200 square miles, according to new archaeological evidence.

During last month's annual American Schools of Oriental Research meeting, Phillip J. Silvia presented a paper showcasing soil evidence and analysis that suggests a meteor was responsible for the destruction of both the land and all human settlements in the region nearly 3,700 years ago.

According to the paper, the archaeological data collected demonstrates a pattern for a high-heat, explosive event.
 
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So that would put us about 1700BC. A submersible expedition to the dead sea found remnants of an old civilization which could match Sodom and Gomorrah, the time frame is about right. The Dead Sea is much saltier than the ocean, it's so salty that only a few species of bacteria live there.

Link to story on weather channel.
This was mentioned in Dolores Cannon’s book Jesus and The Essenes—really good read!
 
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Dead see was there not a thing in liation with the bible. There can be more on the history.
 

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