Bible Code Digest
In This Issue:
Briefing Short items of interest to Bible code followers.
Correspondence Feedback from our readers.
Highly Significant Buddha Codes Found in Isaiah 40-46 After completing our searches for extensions to Yeshua ELSs found in the "Who is Like God?" verses of Isaiah 40-46, it occurred to us that it would be interesting to also search for extensions to Buddha ELSs in these same verses. And, while at it, we also searched for extensions to Muhammad and Moses ELSs in those same verses.
Aharon the Priest—Part I Is Aharon's life outlined in detail in a short section in the Bible where the term Aharon is found at an overwhelming frequency? Moshe Aharon Shak presents his extensive findings in a two-part article. (Previously published under Hot Topics, this article appears for the first time in the digest.)
Hebrew Vocabulary: Lesson Three Learn twenty more common words.
Bottom Line Message: The Ninth Benefit of Studying the Bible: Be Liberated from the Burdens of Sin and Personal Obsessions Through a study of the contrast between the lives of Cain and King David, we find that studying and knowing God's Word provides the benefit of being liberated from the burdens of sin and personal obsessions.
|Publish Date for Bible Code III Now October 2007|
Bible Code: The Quest by Michael Drosnin
The publication date for Drosnin's third book has been postponed. The current publication date is October 2007.
In the meantime, we suggest that our readers check out reviews by Ed Sherman and Dave Swaney of Drosnin's second book.
We recently received a question from one of our readers about the cover of Michael Drosnin's book, The Bible Code. We replied to the question, but unfortunately, our e-mail did not go through. Here is the question and reply.
The Bible Code (by M. Drosnin) book cover features Hebrew characters, but there is a character on the cover that looks like a hyphen. It is not a Hebrew character. Why is it there, and what does it symbolize?
The programs used by Drosnin were some of the earliest written by programmers to search the codes. We re-ran the matrix that appears on the cover of the book to see which letters fall where the hyphens (and asterisks) appear. The hyphens are hehs and the asterisks are lameds. We do not know why the program he used substituted these symbols, as there are other hehs and lameds in the matrix that appear correctly.
Also, he mentions that Yitzhak Rabin only appears once in the Old Testament (page 15), but in the Keys to the Bible program, it appears three times. Either he meant to say it only appears once in the Torah, or the programs he was using could not search at higher skip distances. The other two codes appear at 36,184 and 128,156, and are not located in the Torah, but later in the Tanakh (Old Testament).
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