Open Letter to Code Researchers and Skeptics |
Re: The 2012 Election Videos
I do not believe that the Torah codes are intended for fortunetelling. On the other hand most people believe that the Bible codes are nonsense. I have tremendous respect for the codes and from the start I learned that they are true if developed properly. For me the verification that I am on the right track was the ability to solve part of a puzzle on several occasions by finding codes and publishing them on the Internet when the outcome was still far from clear.
I uploaded to the Internet three videos relating to the outcome of the elections in the USA for president in 2012. In my opinion, there are numerous terms suggesting a clear winner and clear losers.
I believe that the purpose of the codes is primarily to glorify His Name. Most of the matrices that I developed address moral issues, and we have this information in the plain text of the Torah. The codes only show in an amazing way what the Torah teaches.
For the skeptics:
The development and publishing of the three videos was during a period of polls indicating that Newt Gingrich was slightly ahead of Mitt Romney. Also Barack Obama was leading Mitt Romney in the polls. Furthermore, the elections are far away from now. Any "smart" move by Barack Obama such as a "brilliant" military move would improve his popularity. The same would happen by improving the economy. Similarly a bad political move has destroyed many leading candidates. It seems that the odds of Mitt Romney becoming the next president are only about 25%.
Therefore, what do you make out of those three videos? Can you come up with a small fraction of such massive evidence to prove that the codes are nonsense?
For those who believe in the codes:
Are the terms in the videos statistically significant? Can you find flaws in the logic of the matrices such as:
- Ignoring terms that favour another candidate? (I attest that I did not do this.)
- Finding other terms that contradict the codes that suggest the winner?
- Pointing out that a shorter skip was not used for extension (at the same skip a chosen word) in favor of a longer skip to "cook" the results to suit an agenda? (Again, I attest that I did not do this.)
- Discovering that interpretations of terms that suggest opposing conclusions were ignored? IE: I maintain that the principle of 70 faces to the Torah, applies also to the codes. Typically, most of the interpretations of a complex code (such as the 40 letter term in the "Mitt Romney vs. Barack Obama for President" video are correct. Typically, they complement one another. However, we must not overlook the exceptions.
- Any other issues.
I need your help to resolve the issue of being able to put the final piece of the puzzle in a matrix in advance. What is your opinion?
Please watch the videos and let me know.
Thank you in advance,
Moshe Aharon Shak
[Moshe Shak bases his matrices on strict rules as outlined in his book Bible Codes Breakthrough. He only uses statistically significant terms, and many other strict rules to minimize the chance of presenting bogus "codes." Contact Moshe at email@example.com.]
Moshe Aharon Shak is a frequent contributor to BCD. If you are interested in reading more articles by Shak, be sure to visit the Directory of Moshe Aharon Shak's Articles for links to his other articles posted on BCD's site.
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