I’m talking literal miles per hour with that group. Not whether they could have a spiritual connection for that long.Regarding the map, you think it's possible or you think it's not possible because
God couldn't have been possibly with them or miracles doesn't happen?
I’m saying that a group including women and children would not reach the required miles per hour to cover that distance, become judged to wander for forty years in the wilderness and then enter the land in presumably less than forty years from the place they had been wandering.
The whole trek would have taken approximately 50 years or so based on how long Moses is said to have lived and the fact that he dies before entering the land. In forty years, you would not be able to cover that much distance with that many people, much less the ten years the Bible actually suggests it took to get from point a to point b.
I am doing estimates in my head, but I feel pretty confident with them considering I’ve read the first five books of the Bible more than 10 times completely.
This would be impossible unless they were all walking as fast as Elijah when he was coming down the mountain.