“And the Lord rained on
A. Discovery. The Royal Archives of Ebla, discovered at Tell Mardikh in
B. Deities at
C. Biblical Personal Names at
D. Creation Account.
E. Biblical Place Names at
The specific trade route by which goods were moved from Ebla to Sodom and Gomorrah and back was also specified in the Ebla archives; this route, which was called the King's Highway (first map and first photo below) is very well known to archaeologists. A modern road follows the same route taken by the King’s Highway through Wadi Wala. As the King’s Highway then lead to the southern tip of the
Fig. 2: Known Ancient Near Eastern Trade Routes
Fig. 3: The King's Highway
Fig. 4 Jebel Usdum ("Mount of
The archaeologist and popular author who took the photo below is standing in the midst of Sodomite ash deposits, which are typically about seven-feet deep. Splatter formations where molten bituminous material (asphalt-like, i.e. “brimstone”) once dropped from the Sodomite sky are present in this richly fertile area where cities once flourished. The shore of the Sea is peppered with huge pillars of salt.
Fig. 5 Sodomite Ash: Seven Feet Deep!
Fig. 6 Pillars of Salt (
Fig. 7 Pillars of Salt (
The Bible speaks of “five cities of the plain” of which
Fig. 8 Religious Pilgrimages Ceased Suddenly in Abraham's day.
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