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how true is bible code

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posted on Jun, 23 2004 @ 08:13 PM
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is bible code a true pridictor has there been more hit than misses?

saw a great web site about bible code and now i want to hear the other side.

please reply i wanna learn.




posted on Jun, 24 2004 @ 12:56 AM
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the bible code is a sham. too be truthful, they should call it
"The Great Torah Wordseach!"

if God is trying to tell us things through some code written in the bible...oh wait...excuse me...the TORAH....then why would he use things like years, a HUMAN form of measurement. In truth, how could any prediction of the apocalypse have anything to do with a date, seeing how us westerners are the ones who made it up. itll be the end of the world for us, but anybody who follows the lunar callendar or chinese new year is safe eh?

and whats with putting in your searches in english eh? say i put in "twin towers" and i get responses like "september," and"11" and "plane crash," or whatnot...why the english bias? if i put in the spanish word for twin towers the torah wordsearch will probably spit out gian grape eats magellan. come on people!

I'm fed up with the bible code. I'm fed up with nostradamus (sp?) preditcions. i'm fed up with 666 and 2012 and all the rest of em! I believe in omens and signs for ones personal life, not some stupid crossword puzzle in hebrew telling us the fate of the planet.



posted on Jun, 24 2004 @ 12:59 AM
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Originally posted by Scat
the bible code is a sham. too be truthful, they should call it
"The Great Torah Wordseach!"

if God is trying to tell us things through some code written in the bible...oh wait...excuse me...the TORAH....then why would he use things like years, a HUMAN form of measurement. In truth, how could any prediction of the apocalypse have anything to do with a date, seeing how us westerners are the ones who made it up. itll be the end of the world for us, but anybody who follows the lunar callendar or chinese new year is safe eh?

and whats with putting in your searches in english eh? say i put in "twin towers" and i get responses like "september," and"11" and "plane crash," or whatnot...why the english bias? if i put in the spanish word for twin towers the torah wordsearch will probably spit out gian grape eats magellan. come on people!

I'm fed up with the bible code. I'm fed up with nostradamus (sp?) preditcions. i'm fed up with 666 and 2012 and all the rest of em! I believe in omens and signs for ones personal life, not some stupid crossword puzzle
in hebrew telling us the fate of the planet.


i have to agree



posted on Jun, 24 2004 @ 01:13 AM
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Thank you DM! finally! somebody who doesnt buy into it!

under your user name it says "thread killer." I must confess, I am guilty of the same



posted on Jun, 24 2004 @ 02:40 AM
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this topic has been bludgeoned to death on these forums...boolean search, or else just u2u me.

[edit on 6/24/2004 by cloud]



posted on Jun, 24 2004 @ 07:37 PM
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All those codes are fakes, I believe.

One could probably find thousands of "predictions" in just any book, put some form to it and get the whole thing.



posted on Jun, 28 2004 @ 02:00 PM
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I was present when this question asked to Dr Simon Singh, who holds a PhD in cryptography and frequently appears on national television about codes, and he thinks it's complete crap.
You could perform it in any book... Moby dick prophosizes Diana very accurately (with some gorey descriptions), and several Ghandi assassinations...



posted on Jun, 28 2004 @ 02:09 PM
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all they do is set up mathematical equations to look for letters. sometimes you get phrases or words. it's just a bit of luck and some math.



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