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With the tools of modern science, the proof of the lost city is coming out of the ground. We have already searched in ways that our fathers could never imagine. In November 2020, we took the SENSYS MX V3 equipment from Germany to Montrose, Iowa's cornfields, to places that God through His Prophet identified as Zarahemla. We found traces of 1,000's of ancient fire pits revealed as magnetic images — these images are outlining North America's largest 4th-century city.
Zarahemla's long-promised unveiling is happening in our time with a technology that is comparable to an MRI scan. The lost city is coming out of the dust, fulfilling prophecies in the Book of Mormon and the Old Testament.
In January 2021, scientists at the Vilnius Radiocarbon Laboratory are dating 15 samples of ancient charcoal with the Accelerator Mass Spectrometer. The decay of Carbon-14 isotopes makes it possible to fix the age of the fire pits on the world's timeline.
These dates are in alignment with the chronology of Zarahemla as found in the Book of Mormon.
How does a battle carefully detailed in the Book of Mormon in Alma Chapter 2 lead us straight to the city of Zarahemla? This one of the most inclusive pieces of evidence that connects all the other discoveries for the area.
How Joseph Smith proclaimed Nephite bones lead us to Zarahemla in North America?
How does the September 1837 Survey of the Des Moines Rapids help us to find the location for the crossing of the River Sidon in Alma Chapter 2.
SENSYS MX V3 in Operation at Glenford, Ohio
We Did in Iowa What the Germans Did at Stonehenge
When we find Zarahemla we will have the key that will unlock the door to the physical truth of the Book of Mormon.
You have to look for it before you can find it. We believe that there are good reasons to look on the west bank of the Mississippi in Lee County, Iowa. The reasons come from a reading of the Book of Mormon as it relates to the movements of those ancient people as well as from the surface. We already know that there is ancient human habitation in the area as evidenced by existing earth mounds.