HEARTLAND RESEARCH OWNS ONE OF THE LARGEST COLLECTIONS OF CEDAR OF LEBANON LOGS IN THE UNITED STATES
Today, Heartland Research made a payment and now controls one of North America’s largest collections of Cedar of Lebanon logs.
In over 75 verses of the Holy Bible, you can find references to the Cedars of Lebanon. They were famously used by the Phoenicians to build the world’s most seaworthy ships in ancient times. Our plan is clear. We will now make arrangements to move the logs 1,000 miles from the Birthplace of America to the Phoenician Ship Museum in Montrose, Iowa.
Sawn lumber from these logs will be used to construct decks and other parts of the oldest ship replica in the world that has crossed the Atlantic.
The meticulously crafted ship dates back to the time when the Temple of Jerusalem burned, and the Jews went into captivity in Babylon.
During the time of Jeremiah, this ship symbolized the connection between Jerusalem and America. Through the connection to the forests of Lebanon, the logs tie to the stories of the Bible and to the history of ancient America.
CLICK HERE TO SEE 6-PAGE FLYER ABOUT USING LOGS FROM THE LARGEST CEDAR OF LEBANON TREE IN NORTH AMERICA FOR THE RESTORATION OF THE PHOENICIA IN MONTROSE, IOWA.