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The most unique and devastating catastrophe ever to strike the planet earth, was the cataclysmic flood during the time of Noah in 2345 BCE (Before Common Era). This global deluge was of such immense proportion that valleys were hewn and mountains pushed up as the whole planet was swept with oceans of water which remained, covering the surface of the earth for 371 days.
The result of this devastating episode was that, not only did nine hundred million people perish, but the whole environment of the planet was changed. To survive a deluge of such proportion, a vessel equal to the task was needed, something which would withstand the force and pressure of such magnitude.
Because there would be nowhere for its occupants to land for over a year, the vessel would have no need of a bow, stern, sails or rudder. In fact, the only thing necessary for it to do would be to float. So this massive rectangular, cube-shaped construction weighing one hundred and twenty-one thousand five hundred tons, became the place of refuge for Noah and his family during this tumultuous time. This is why, in the Hebrew language, it is referred to as an Ark (Tevah) because Ark means "place of refuge."
Eventually, the waters receded and the Ark came to rest on the mountains of Ararat. In this area there is a large mountain which the Syrians call Baris, which means "the place of descent." For some years now, many expeditions have been launched in an endeavor to find the Ark. This has resulted in failure for the most part, due to mis-information. All have been searching for a boat-shaped vessel with a bow and a stern. Yet evidence is available as cited in "The Ark File" by a number of witnesses, who in the past few years have visited or sighted the vast rectangular-shaped vessel of Genesis.
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