a reply to: Cauliflower
Just an observation Cauliflower, your point is well understood and actually very wrong.
A guy look's at a stone, he take's it in ISOLATION and can not see the building of which it is actually a part because either the building is
completely scattered after an earth quake and a flood, he just can't recognize it for what it is or else he is just too self obsessed to look past the
bridge of his own nose.
Now because all he can see is a few flat surface's and angular shapes in the stone he assume's that it MAY be a natural phenomena, a work of nature
and he construct's in his mind a set of rule's that apply to similarity with superficially similar natural object's, of course the stone is natural so
he is at least half right but the shaping of it is not and it is this important point which he reject's out of hand because as far as he is concerned
all that there is in front of him is just a simple stone, oh there may be other's similar stone's nearby but hey what work's for one must work for all
so they are all natural and so the guy walk's away ignoring the stonking great stone pyramid and deciding it is just a mound of natural stone's.
So the treasure of knowledge within is therefore hidden from him not by the pyramid's builders whom wanted him to find it but by his own ignorance
and a little bit of erosion.
The fact he wanted to divide the object into easier to explain smaller phenomena and dismiss it as just a stone also helped with this mistranslation
but hey most of the time he is correct right.
But if he had just a little more patience he would have discovered that treasure.
I may have seemed to drift but BUT if Causality is not fixed then how can a prophecy of a bible code remain fixed, if such thing's are a projection
of fixed observation's and conjectured observation of the movement of the great machine of the universe, let's say in a massive quantum computer that
had full knowledge of the known position and behaviour of 99,9999999999999e percent of the whole universe the result of it's prophecy would still be
completely wrong, oh it may be able to tell you the lottery result tomorrow at 3 pm BUT it would give you the wrong number's for a week tomorrow.
(But if it was the future writing into the past like a future echo then it would be potentially highly accurate assuming there was no quantum drift
or paradox created by this event)
So While I understand your dismissing of the subject out of hand as it is NOT reliable and yes the bible code can provide some very nice recipe's
(depending upon how you interpret it - which is the subjective part after all) it is not actually a barren study, those that seek after knowledge can
go two distinct way's, deeper into self delusion and mystical nonsence OR to a greater knowledge of themself and there reality and so by extension
also a greater control over there own destiny or at least a greater contentment which amount's to pretty much the same thing from the human
perspective don't you agree.
We are all guilty of the same point, we make our observation from OUR Perspective, what to another may seem a valid or interesting avenue for
expanding there knowledge about the universe to us may seem stupid or simply childish but of course that is wrong as it is just us closing the door on
what we do not see as relevant from our particular perspective and that does not mean it is also not relevant from there's, indeed we are the guy
walking away from the pyramid because hey it is just a stone right.
Either way they will and do learn something (sometime's) and that is as well as about themself that there subject is or is not a valid one but we
have dismissed it and so walk off leaving the treasure we may have found behind.