WHEN setting out to write ‘The Pilgrim’s Path: Travels Through the Millennial Kingdom’ a month or so ago, Noach’s ark being as an actual destination was always in the back of my mind. It’s why I went back in and added 13 new pages to the original report. My intent was to show that we not only have Noach’s ark illustrated on a multitude of Medieval era maps, but that the actual Ron Wyatt ark site in Turkey backs Byzantine as well as Crusader knowledge of its existence. That should prompt the following question: Why do none of our history books talk about it? Obviously, our Controllers wanted Noach’s ark forgotten and buried. It’s been scrubbed. While you’re at it, I also recommend my Pilgrim’s Path spin-off paper, Labyrinths: Seeking the Kingdom of Heaven Within