Mt. Sinai Poster - "The 12 Columns" (24x36)
By Andrew Jones
Scattered around the “L” shaped stone structure believed to be the Altar of Moses are the remains of a 12 columned, white marbled shrine, dedicated to the "Mountain Of God" (Exodus 24:4). First discovered by Ron Wyatt in 1984 and 1985, these marble pieces are all that is left of the shrine built here.
In 1985 while exploring the site, Ron Wyatt came across a piece of marble that still had ancient Hebrew written on it. Based on that inscription, he was able to theorize that the marble structure was built by King Solomon and dedicated to the “Mountain of God.”
Ron buried the inscription somewhere in that area due to fear that the Saudis would destroy it.
ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHER
Sinai researcher Andrew Jones graciously provided all of the photos for this year’s calendar — and now you can get any image in a 24x36 poster size!
These beautiful images of the real Mt. Sinai in Saudi Arabia were shot by Andrew Jones and his team in higher definition than ever possible before, and some reveal areas never captured on film!
Andrew Jones has been a passionate advocate of the real Mt. Sinai since in 1991 and has collaborated with the late Ron Wyatt on Noah’s Ark and other biblical archaeological sites. He is respected by Saudi locals and royalty alike and is a recognized leader in the next generation of archaeological truth seekers.