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Mystery Giant Skeleton Satellite Images

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  • uploaded: Jun 29, 2009
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Mystery Giant Skeleton Satellite Images

Extraordinary images in Google Earth may confirm Biblical accounts if verified. The gigantic skeleton-like object is many times larger than any skeleton ever discovered, and lies one mile from the base of Jabal Al Lawz in Saudi Arabia. Jabal Al Lawz is a mountain that some believe is the Biblical Mount Sinai, but is in an area that is off limits to civilians and tourists. Biblical references to Leviathan's location may lend further support to that conclusion. The audio is from a radio segment where Cindy Swanson of WQFL radio interviews Terrence Hatch. It was recorded 5/28/2008, and aired 6/1/2008. Terrence, and son Justin, first stumbled across the image of the object February 21, 2008. Although Terraserver's images were too low quality for use in this video, high resolution ones are now also available on Terrerserver, minus the clouds.

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  • Opalserpent#online

    Opalserpent September 16, 2011 12:50:13 PM CEST

    not enough evidence, load of crap.

  • Grows#

    Grows January 25, 2010 5:54:50 AM CET

    It's an intresting picture, but it looks like a rock outcrop. Scrolling left from the 'tail' there are other smaller outcropings.

  • Gesuskhrist#

    Gesuskhrist September 25, 2009 6:13:27 AM CEST

    OMG you people are fucking mental......

  • Hughesey09#

    Hughesey09 August 9, 2009 2:18:49 AM CEST

    who says that this skeleton is anything to do with the bible. this area is off limits to public unlike other religious landmarks. like another area 51. i bet theres a lot more to see there than that.

  • Vulcanic#

    Vulcanic July 9, 2009 5:39:17 PM CEST

    28.56337N 35.28077E you could have found this location in the video if you watched it all,at 2:58 they gave the location.

  • Skeptik#

    Skeptik July 7, 2009 7:51:27 PM CEST

    They say they were looking for evidence to support their hypothesis. Well enough. You then find something that fits your image of the world and presents it as evidence.Well, IF this is the/a Leviathan then you might have something going here. Until you check that hypothesis against evidence, though, you still only have a working hypothesis and a supporting hypothesis. How this serve as documentation for a book beats me.Couldn't find it in Google Earth. Maybe if we got the coordinates we could check out more sources?The commenter before me, Dabe, is also right to assert that skepticism does not equal prejudice (or "debunky by opinion"). It's just as wrong as straight away accepting the above video as evidence of anything.

  • Doowop62#

    Doowop62 July 6, 2009 8:11:44 PM CEST

    Replies that only debunk by opinion are not of value. This type of skepticism is known as pseudo-skepticism. It is aan afflicition that affect a minor population in the U. S. A study of the Philosophical levels of skepticism will teach that to you. Look for lectures from unversities on the World Wide Web with google. All the proof you need may be found in free lectures posted by universites. This is not a disparagement of you, I am simply providing published information to you in case you wish to study it. Regards Dabe,Dave Stacey, aka doowop62

  • Boondox68#

    Boondox68 June 30, 2009 4:36:41 PM CEST

    nice find BUT,his explaination is way off.in the bible,the term leviathon refers to the heavens,or vast night sky,not a sea monster.truth,love & joy,matt

  • Pauldamo#

    Pauldamo June 30, 2009 12:50:34 PM CEST

    Noah's ark is supposed to have stopped on the peak of mt Ararat in Turkey.

  • Flecktarn#

    Flecktarn June 29, 2009 7:26:55 PM CEST

    intresting ,like to see more

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