reply to post by TypeSH2001
I am familiar with the 2 books, 'The bible code I / II"
and the more recent ATS thread where this was expanded by rabbi's
recently using a new algorithm. It's clear that the torah/ talmud is
a primer for a higher mathematical language/message since hebrew
is a mathematical language, despite my limited 'yiddish' aleph-beth-gimmel
I would add something here that many may find amusing, or at leat interesting:
Doesn't it seem obvious that in order to write a prophetic text about any
society, one needs knowledge about future events, and that our 'ET'
visitors through history seem to travel from point A to B in a fashion
most consistent with time distortion engines? Such that our 'god on the mount'
appearing in a rush of wind and thunder giving us our commandments and
'word of god' may have simply imparted a matrix of code to be unwound
in the end of days by the predictable development of computers?
All too obvious, but the future has a way of eluding the best predictions
of sophisticated time travelers - chaotic drift induced errors pop up.
"You will not know the date or the time" seems the most accurate, but
we all hope our worldline diverges from maximum catastrophe - Apophis
being case in point. If you read a bit more about the history of this
near earth asteroid you will find some controversy over nasa's calculations
over the years. 1 in 37 or 1 in 250,000? that's a LOT of standard deviation.
Trajectory prediction of hard to see 800 feet long complex objects in the outer
solar system by our primitive space faring civilization is not an exact science.
I don't believe Nasa's numbers, they are a human run organization in a
politically motivated atmosphere and prone to error. Only time will tell.