posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 06:31 PM
IMO, I do feel that there is information hidden within the pages of the bible. I have found a few different ways to try to make some understanding of
what the bible means, at least they seem to work for me. A key is by starting from the first page as if you have never heard one word of the bible.
You have to forget what you think you know and start new. Look closely at every word, watch for capital letters (they are there for a reason),
numbers are very inportant, but only when looked at in proper context. They don't represent what they say they do.
Look up each word, find the oldest original text for each word and look thru the various meanings of the word. The more you understand each word, the
easier it is read what's hidden. There are a few key words that are often used in the bible, and knowing just a few changes they way you look at it.
For example, the word daughter can have several biblical meanings, hill, mound, ziggurat, and pyramid are a few possibilities.
Reading the bible is partialy a matter of word substitution. You have to know which meaning of a word is to be used based on the context of what is
being told. After a while, you don't even see what was originally written on the page, you see the substituted text. There's alot more to
understanding the whole thing than I could possibly know, but I've seen enough to know that there is definately hidden information there, and it's
not what most people think it is. I can at least partially understand why the information is hidden. Some of it is all to believable.