In 1989, Ron Wyatt discovered the evidence of the ashen remains of Sodom and Gomorrah. The structures were saturated with encapsulated sulfur balls as remains of the fire and brimstone that God sent. The Bible states that God rained “fire and brimstone from heaven and destroyed” the cities (Luke 17:28, 29; Genesis 19:24).
The Scripture tells us the cities were in the plain of Jordan which is the area surrounding the Dead Sea near Israel. This area was once a beautiful and lush terrain at 1300 feet below sea level. It is now a hot and desolate land cursed by God for the sins of its original inhabitants.
Check the archaeological discoveries:
The above photo shows the lighter color of the burned ashen area in the front in comparison to the darker not burned terrain in the back. The ash was tested and proved to be 100% ash and composed of calcium sulphate and calcium carbonate, which is exactly what one finds when he burns limestone in the presence of sulfur.
This structure is a ziggurat in the ashen ruins of Gomorrah.
The walls of the city resemble the double Canaanite city walls.
These images show the man–made formations and the 90 degree structures which are not created by nature. In these cities are found: ziggurats, sphinxes, windows, arched doorways and giant walls.
These are the sulfur balls. Webster’s Dictionary says that brimstone = sulfur. This brimstone is composed of 96-98% sulfur. It is interesting that this is the only place on earth were you can find 96 pure monoclinic sulfur. This brimstone is not from any type of geo-thermal activity. And geo-thermal sulfur nodules are only 40 % sulfur. This pure sulfur is the heavenly marker which proves without a doubt that the Lord rained this sulfur from heaven.
These photos show sulfur balls embedded in the ashes of Sodom and Gomorrah.
The swirling pattern of the rock formation where normally it should be horizontal even layers is evidence of extreme heat 6000 degrees Fahrenheit that proves that these layers of earth were actually burned.
God preserved these ruins as an example for us of His future judgment on the wicked. “Turning the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah into ashes, condemned them to destruction, making them an example to those who afterward would live ungodly” (2 Peter 2:6).