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Bible Codes

A) INTRODUCTION.

B) THE BIBLE CODE.

C) USING THE BREAKING OF THE CODE.

D) CONCLUSION.

E) OTHER INTERESTING FINDS.

 

 

A) INTRODUCTION

 

 

Proverbs 25:2:  “It is the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honour of kings is to search out a matter.”

 

Examples of codes, or more importantly for this Bible Study, the art of writing in code, would be:

 

Steganography:  Which is (example) writing with invisible ink; hiding the message in the first place.

 

Cryptography:  The art of transposing or substituting letters, numbers or words in the document.  The “Enigma” machine of World War Two, created by the Germans, is a wonderful example of that.  Whereas, the Native Indian language used by the Americans in World War Two would not be, since that is an actual language.

 

Note:  The reason we even have computers today is because they were originally developed in order to break enemy codes.

 

Thus, an Arbitrary code would be one that cannot be broken (by the enemy without infiltration), because it uses no code book.  An example would be America’s Paul Revere’s ride, when passing the Old North Church, had the code, “One if by land, two if by sea.”

 

Cypher:  Two methods are used.  One is by transposing the letters.  The other is by substitution of the letters.

 

 

B) THE BIBLE CODE

 

 

The Biblical code is based on what is known as the “Cardano Grille.”  Basically, if you were to take every third, fourth, first, whatever letter in a paragraph, letter, or book, the code is found in counting to that letter.  That would be the simplest form of the Cardano Grille, now known as the “Equidistant Letter Sequences.”

 

What is important about the “Equidistant Letter Sequences (ELS)” code, is that it is not all that secret.  Once you find which letter is your key (the first second third. . .) and how far to count from that letter each time; you have broken the code.

 

The first person to hint at, or know the Biblical code, was Rabbi Moses Cordebvaro, 16th century, when he stated, “The secrets of the Torah are revealed. . . in the skipping of the letters.”

 

 

C) USING THE BREAKING OF THE CODE

 

 

If we go to the Book of Genesis, and start with the first letter in Hebrew, and then go to each successive letter 49 letters away from that, we start out with “T,” then 49 letters away we come to “o,” then 49 again, we have “R,” then 49 again, we have “H.”  What does that make?  “TORH,” or better, The “Torah.”  Now that is interesting that it happens throughout the Book of Genesis.  So let’s go to the Books of Exodus and Leviticus.  But nothing happens with our 49 number code.  However, in the Book of Numbers, with our 49-letter code, we can spell “TORH,” but backwards, “HROT.”  The same is true in the Book of Deuteronomy.  Why 49?  For one thing, it is the square root of 7.  Seven, as most Bible students know, is a designation for the God of the Bible.

 

Researchers wanted to know what was wrong with the Books of Exodus and Leviticus.  They didn’t find any help but did discover, by using intervals of “seven,” the Book of Leviticus spelled out the Name of God, i.e., “YHWH,” over and over throughout the Book.  With that, they went back to the Books of Genesis and Exodus, and found, using intervals of “seven” again, “TORH” throughout the Books.  Then going to Numbers and Deuteronomy, they found “HROT” (Torah backwards).  In other words, “The Torah Always Points To YHWH [God].”

 

To find it occasionally is one thing.  To find it consistently throughout the Books is another.  To write the entire historical accounts and doctrines and Rules to live by and still incase in the Hebrew text a consistent code, can only be God Breathed.

 

 

D) CONCLUSION

 

 

Now, with this background, please see my Bible Study:  “GOD, PROOF BIBLICALLY OF HIS EXISTENCE.”If God didn’t write the Scriptures, then a computer did, once it had the code.  Wait!  There were no computers when written; or were there?

 

 

E) OTHER INTERESTING FINDS

 

 

If you were to go to Genesis 1:29 & 2:9, encrypted in Hebrew into those two passages is the name of every tree listed in the Bible.  “Tamarisk (twice), Terebinth (twice), Thicket (or dense forest (three times), Citron (3), Acacia (30, Almond (5), Wheat (5), Date Palm (5), Cedar (5), Aloe (6), Grape (5), Boxhorn or Bramble (7), Cassia (7), Pmegranate (8), Gopherwood or fir (8), Thornbush [Crataegus] (9), Olive (9), Pistachio Nut (13), Hazel (13), Fig 914), Willow (15), Oak (17), Vine (18), Barley (28), Chestnut (44), Popular (85).”

 

In Isaiah, Chapter 53, the Chapter about the death of Christ, we find encrypted (using the number 7) in the 12 verses, the names of the important people that were at the foot of Christ’s cross.  “The Disciples mourn, Peter, Matthew, John, Andrew, Philip, Thomas, James (two different ones), Simon, Thaddaeus, Matthias, Mary (three different ones), Salome, Joseph.”  Notice that Judas does not appear in the list.

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