Truth is not relative.
Truth is truth is truth is Truth.
Truth is absolute.
Blue is blue, 2 and 2 is 4, etc, etc.
The Bible is Gods Perfect Word and Revelation to mankind, and Jesus Christ died for YOU.
The Bible mentions five colors in Hebrew: red (adom), Yellow (tzahov), green (yerakon), blue (tchelet) and magenta (argaman). One curious observation
is immediately apparent, in that this list not only includes the primary colors - red, yellow and blue but it also includes the only two other colors
green and magenta that are necessary to produce the complete color palate for four color printing. As interesting as this observation is it pales in
comparison to a discovery made by Haim Shore a professor of Statistics and Engineering at Ben-Gurion University. What Professor Shore discovered is
that the numerical values of the Hebrew words for these colors is correlated with the spectral wave frequency for these colors.
Hebrew is an alpha numeric language - in that every letter is also equal to a number. So if you add the values of each letter you get a number for
the total value of the word. This is commonly used in “gematria”, the Rabbinic Cabalistic system of Biblical interpretation and prophesy, but what
Shore did is not gematria. After calculating a total value for each word, he then plotted them on a graph. He plotted the numerical value of each
word on the horizontal graph and the color’s wave frequency on the vertical axis . To Shore’s amazement he discovered that the graph yielded a
“It’s a universal principle of engineering that if you have two sets of data, you put them in ascending order, plot one set on the horizontal axis
and the other on a vertical axis and if they fall on a straight line, that means that both data sets are measuring the same thing, only on a different
scale. “I was astonished. The five points on the graph formed a straight line, which means that the names of the colors related directly to their
wave frequencies.” It was purely a statistical analysis Shore said,”I didn’t manipulate a single number in doing the analysis.” “When I saw
this result I was stunned.” “I was completely astonished. Then I went on to other words in the Hebrew Bible, plotting the value of the letters
against known scientific data. The whole thing blew me away.” Shore went on to investigate similar cases in the Bible and so far has preformed over
20 different analyses with statistically verifiable findings, for example he has found a similar correlation between numerical word value a planetary
Shore began as a Bible skeptic and did not expect to make any of these findings. He says that he does not want to tell anyone what his findings mean
but their theological implications are unavoidable.
Repent, for the Kingdom of God is nigh at hand