It was a miracle, anyway you look at it.
Miracle, miracle, let me see... Funk & Wagnalls Standard Desk Dictionary describes a miracle as; an event that appears to be neither a part nor a result of any known natural law or agency and is often attributed to a supernatural source. Any wonderful and amazing thing, fact or event, surpassing merit or excellence.
The biblical event, "The Parting of the Red Sea" Exodus 13:17 - 14:29, for the Israelites led by Moses to cross, would be one such miracle and can possibly be explained scientifically as a natural event."
I did a little research and found out an event like this could actually happen, it's called the "Moses Effect." These two scientists at the University of Tokyo devised an experiment to prove the theory sound.
They used water in a long horizontal tube and applied an extremely strong magnetic field to the centre of it. The water rushed to each end, parting in the middle.
It worked because water is weakly diamagnetic and will naturally be repelled against the force of the magnet. It's simple to move water around, using magnetic forces. We know that now.
Okay! It worked in the lab but that took a lot of power and it wasn't the Red Sea? So, what happened at that exact moment of the parting? Did a huge meteor or astroid pass by, pulling the sea with it, like what happened to Mars recently?
I tend to have my own theory on the Moses Effect, which is just as valid.
A UFO with our creators and ancestors, the Anunnaki on board, suddenly appeared in the sky coming to Earth to save humanity, again. They saw what stress the Israelites were in back then and jumped in to save the day, beaming down magnetic impulses that spread the water.
Sounds just as good a theory as any and I do have many.
But then again, that's another blog.
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