Noah's Ark Search

Noah's Ark Search

Allah says in the noble Quraan :'44. And it was said: "O earth! Swallow up your water, and O sky! Withhold (your rain)." And the water was diminished (made to subside) and the Decree (of Allah) was fulfilled (i.e. the destruction of the people of Nuh (Noah). And it (the ship) rested on Mount Judi, and it was said: "Away with the people who are Zalimun (polytheists and wrong-doing)!"' Surat Hud
Trust Bible/;
you can visit the remains of Noah's ark today in Turkey, in the
mountains of Ararat, 17 miles South of Mt. Ararat at the base of
Mt. Judi (Al Judi), resting at 6000 feet. The mountains of Ararat
refer to an area not a specific mountain
http://www.trustbible.com/ark.htm
CHURCH of GOD:
Church of God believes that Noah's Ark landed on Mt.Judi (Cudi)
The US military knew by the 1970s that Noah's Ark was not on Mt. Ararat
http://www.angelfire.com/ny/ChurchofGodCC/

Noah's Ark Search website says;
As well, there are serious concerns about whether Mt. Cudi was really in the biblical "mountains of Urartu/Ararat" (Genesis 8:4) at the time of the Genesis' writing. Even at the height of the Urartian Kingdom, Dr. Paul Zimansky demonstrated Urartu did not extend to Mount Cudi (Reference Zimansky's map in Ancient Ararat: A Handbook of Urartian Studies: 2) as reporduced in the Urartu borders graphic below. Especially note where the Urartian Archaeological Sites in orange are located, which shows that there are no known Urartian Archaeological Sites southwest or south of Lake Van near Mount Cudi
Check the map of the borders of the Kingdom of Urartu and you will find that mount of judi (cudi ) is out of the borders of the Kingdom of Urartu. http://noahsarksearch.com/2009_Urartu_M … _Zones.jpg
http://noahsarksearch.com/cudi.htm
note distance between Mount of Judi and Mount of Ararat is about 175: 200 miles, but after that the scientists have found Noah's Ark on Mount of Judi, they claimed that the distance between them is about 14: 20 miles in an attempt to reduce the distance between the two mountains.
The actual Mount Judi is 200 miles south of Mount Ararat in southern Turkey.
http://www.arksearch.com/najudi.htm
What are the names of Mount Judi
Mount Judi
Mount Cudi
Cudi Dagi
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Judi
the scientific research :
1/ arkdiscovery.com
The Real Noah's Ark
The ark rests upon Cesnakidag (or Cudi Dagi) Mountain, which is translated as "Doomsday" Mountain.
there is no reason to assume it is a more likely candidate for the resting place of the ark, instead it is a less likely candidate. The ark came to rest in the mountains of the ancient country of Urartu, not on Mt. Ararat.
The site researched by Ron Wyatt is 18.2 miles south of Mount Ararat
An article then appeared in the September 5th, 1960, Life magazine, shown above, revealing a very impressive aerial photo of an extremely large boat-shaped object, plus two photos taken by the expedition. Seventeen years later in 1977, Mr. Wyatt made his first of 24 trips to the ark, and he was impressed that this really was the remains of Noah's Ark! In the research he performed over the next 15 years, Mr. Wyatt successfully performed metal detection tests and subsurface radar scans of the site, and he proved this site really IS the mud-and-lava covered remains of Noah's Ark
The ark rests in the direction of the sign, up on "Doomsday Mountain"
The ark rests on Cesnakidag Mountain, which is interpreted as "Doomsday" Mountain
http://www.arkdiscovery.com/noah%27s_ark.htm
2/Researcher Ron wyatt said
There, on a mountain 20 miles south of Mt. Ararat, the biblical landfall of Noah's Ark
( Infact as i told you the real distance is about 200 miles but they said that 20 miles just to sace their face from the scandal)
http://www.wyattmuseum.com/noahsark.htm
3/ parentcompany.com , The Search for Noah's Ark
It is near Al Judi, that the ark is reportedly resting.
http://www.parentcompany.com/search_for … /sfna3.htm
4/ cudi.info
The ship of Noah once has landed: At the top of Mount Cudi
http://www.cudi.info/html/
5/galaxie.com
Mount Cudi — True Mountain of Noah’s Ark
http://www.galaxie.com/article/6658
6/ Middle East Explorer , Mount Judi
in the 1980s, adventurer and self-styled archaeologist Ron Wyatt and his colleague David Fasold claimed to have discovered Noah's Ark at Durupinar, some 20 miles from Mt Ararat; a nearby mountain has subsequently been claimed to be Mt Cudi, the Turkish equivalent of Judi
http://www.middleeastexplorer.com/Turkey/Mount-Judi

7/galaxie.com
His research suggests the mountain known today as Mt. Cudi is the best candidate for the Ark landing and the subsequent settlement of Noah and his family. Here, too, he believes Noah died and was buried
http://www.galaxie.com/article/6461

8- Noah's Ark Search
One big reason why Cudi has become more popular recently is that a geologist, Dr. Friedrich Bender of Germany, found bits of wood containing asphalt on the summit of Cudi under 0.8-1.0 meters in depth in 1953. These fragments were carbon-dated around 1971 to 6,500 years before the present time. Dr. Willis' and Bill Crouse's theory is that this wood was part of Noah's Ark
http://noahsarksearch.com/cudi.htm

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