Why did I fly a drone into Iran last month from a Turkish military zone? As some of you know I have flown drones in some crazy places in our research at these Biblical archaeological sites in the Middle East. In February 2017 I did the first drone flight from the summit of the real Mount Sinai in NW Arabia (aka ancient Midian). Many times I’ve flown at the split Rock of Horeb on the west side of the Horeb range and I even once had a $6,500 drone overheat and crash in the Saudi desert (one “friend” later ridiculed me as a “failed drone pilot” ha!). Now just a few weeks ago our team consisting of a Turkish archaeologist, an official from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism and a Turkish border commander with his soldiers were all watching me fly a drone from Turkey into Iran with the possibility of losing the equipment and causing an international incident.
Some awesome miracles are taking place here in Turkey with the Noah’s ark research! While we are not done yet with the border survey work and are only starting we thought an initial report should be made public so that our supporters can keep up with the exciting doors that God has opened.
Please keep us in your prayers each day! We are grateful for the financial support that keeps the Noah’s ark research going. Check out the link to the full report below.