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If someone gave you four sets of information: Placename A, placename B, and a route placename C, and the time to get from A to B via C...
This is the case for the real Mount Sinai/Horeb (Jebel Al Lawz) and the Biblical Kadesh Barnea (modern day Petra)
Deuteronomy 1 v 2 (It takes eleven days to go from Horeb to Kadesh Barnea by the Mount Seir road.)
There is no arguement by Biblical or non-Biblical scholars to where the Biblical Mount Seir location is, so we know 'route C'
We also can astertain the time/distance, in ancient times the daily travel distance was 20 miles (30 kilometres)
Because of years of false tradition, Mount Sinai has incorrectly been place at the southern tip of the Sinai peninsula, and Kadesh Barnea incorrectly place at Ain El Qudrient (northern Sinai)
As you will see from this google map below, if one believes the Holy Scripture, it is a nonsense to place 'A' and 'B' where traditionalists and the vatican propose, what is exciting is to see that scripture matches where the real Mount Sinai and correct Kadesh Barnea are.
With the correct placements of 'A' and 'B' (Mount Sinai and Kadesh Barnea)
via the known Route 'C' (Mount Seir road)
the actual time, (Distance/Daily travel=Days) is
314km/30km per day = 10.5 Days - This matches the 11 days in scripture.
History books need to be re-written and the Truth revealed.
On this Google Earth pic, are the distances and times of 3 routes,
From the incorrect traditional mount sinai there is two routes, the most direct of which there was no
known roads then, which tracks through extremely inaccessible terrain, and the easiest route using wadi's and
the known roads of that time. These routes are not exact.
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