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The Bible Code by Michael Drosnin – 0n September 1, , I flew to Israel and met in Jerusalem with a close friend of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, the poet. Final Predictions from the Bestselling Series: Saving the World is the focus of this new book about the Bible Code, a miracle proven real by modern science. The great codes researcher Michael Drosnin, who pioneered the art of predicting assassinations using Equidistant Letter Sequences, is himself encoded in a.

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Bible Bible woo Religious books. Millions of dollars are waiting for the next great sham. Oct 07, Peter rated it did not like it. Dec 23, Skylar Burris rated it it was ok Shelves: Este libro parece una broma.

Frosnin of the predictions from when the book was written came true as far as I can tell except this strange connection.

This page was last modified on 24 Septemberat Its proponents insist that, if the original text in its original language is used, the words so discovered constitute a “hidden message” that was planted in the text by its authors and, by extension, a hidden message from God if the work is supposed to be divinely inspired.

Apr 18, David Montaigne rated it it was ok. Nov 13, Rey rated it it was ok. The thing about these books – whether we want to believe biblical predictions or not – is that they challenge the limits of our imagination and our faith, and not every book that ever hits bookstores can claim that feat.

For Drosnin is a secularist, and though he admits that the Bible could not have been encoded by a human intelligence, he will not call the intelligence that encoded it God. I found this reading quite astonishing and overwhelming, obviously I can’t say if it’s true beyond any doubt, but honestly, what I read about here, and the “answers” that they were obtained from the test done to the “Bible Code”, certainly gave me a lot to think and feeling that It’s in the north facing Israel’s foe Syria.

Jul 14, James rated it did not like it. Beyond the fact that literally any sequence of words can be found in the Bible, the problem is that no “prophet i c” sequence of words has ever been discovered until after the events foretold have transpired.


The Demise of Drosnin

Drosnin seems to spend a lot of time plugging things into his computer program just to se The topic is fascinating, but the writing is rather banal. For instance, 64 rows of letters. I heard about this phenomenon when I’d started studying Hebrew.

Dec 16, Debbie rated it liked it. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The appendix contains the scientific article that was published to explain the mathematics behind the code. In Aromaic and Greek which manuscripts are the ones we should use for counting the code etc.

Let’s just say that I didn’t get past the first droenin chapters because I got creeped out.

The thought that ran through my mind was that God did not have drosinn hand in this so-called “Bible Code”. I read this before reading the Bible.

I encourage you to read this work for yourself. It’s hard to blame someone for following up on a successful book, but in this case additional writing just gave the author the chance to insert his foot into his mouth and further discredit himself. Some of the codes are a little far-fetched; others, quite compelling. At one point, Drosnin seems to imply that alien beings with an advanced technology encoded the Bible for our benefit some 3, years ago, and that the Torah is itself a kind of super computer, a technology we do not yet have the power to comprehend and unlock fully.

The Bible Code

Anyway, I don’t recommend reading it unless you want to get wrapped up in something that you will regret. Buble, mathematicians turned back to the Bible to see what else they could learn by the using the software. There is truth to Revelation, but people in every generation have applied the prophecies to their own times, and falsely perceived their ultimate fulfillment there. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

The ELS formula has been likened to arranging the letters of the document into a grid n characters wide, and then treating them l ike the “word search” puzzles seen in newspapers, circling vertical words as they are discovered. For concerns on copyright infringement please see: Then They try to connect words that are close together that are related to each other. Nov 12, Mike the Paladin rated it did not like it.


Interesting idea, but not quite sure about the facts. King David Pontius Pilate Satan v – t – e. Then they plug drsnin information into the computer and try to find letters equidistant from each other that make up words.

A lot of the ‘interpretations’ are nothing short of far-fetched coincidence to idiotic. Retrieved from ” https: Here’s what it says: Most pages of the book include portions of Bible text that look like word search puzzles so that the reader can see the droanin, translate Hebrew words into English, and figure out the meaning.

I loved this book. Paperbackpages. What does your mind perceive? But I am also an author of books on prophecy, and I know there are incredible levels of math and science encoded in ancient myths and books. Dec 24, Glory rated it it was ok Shelves: Trivia About The Bible Code. The Bible Code 1. Pero de que es un desperdicio de papel, lo es.

Also, I liked The Bible Code because it includes so much Hebrew language and history about Israel, both of which really interest me.

Michael Drosnin – Wikipedia

First off, it uses Rrosnin, which doesn’t use vowels they’re spaced in and around the letters as diacritical marksso that increases the chances of any consecutive string of letters making words. The chapter notes which are written as block paragraphs and not referenced by number in the text are as long as the book’s primary content.

One of the most amusing aspects of this book is Drosnin’s attempt to explain how the code–assuming it is real and is predictive–can possibly exist without God.

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