posted on May, 12 2004 @ 05:28 PM
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Those of you who receive the website's Bible Code Newsletters were informed of the 2004 presidential election prospects months ago, when President
George Walker Bush trailed his rival (and his rival's rivals) in the polls and CNN/Time commentators were predicting his presidency as shaky for
another term. The Torah Code indicated strongly that the president would win the election November 2, 2004. Polling results are anticipated to
fluctuate wildly over the next 7 months.
The Code indicates a strong prospect that George W. Bush will win, whether he was behind in polls at the time the newsletter was published or two days
before the election.
Many e-mails, some angry with this messenger as usual, followed the publishing of that future prospect, doubting that G.W. Bush could survive the
anger of the Democratic constituency. Our website just received the e-mail below from NewsMax.
Our advice, whether one supports Bush or Kerry: Forget the polls. These only make voters (and my e-mailing readers) angrier. Our Newsletter is a
messenger, not an election manager for either candidate.
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