Does anyone else have the code (Bible Code) I've been using it for years.
March 17, 2007 2:24pm CST
Hello MyLotters, I am wondering how many other people here have the code that decrypts the Torah. I have used the the decoder for various periods of time for years and have always been mystified. I only use the Torah. I only use the Hebrew version. I only search for Hebrew meaning or text equivalents. It stands to reason, words like my name in English does not have the same amount of letters in Hebrew. So, guess who would like to learn more about the Hebrew language. Who else has the code?
22 Mar 07
Hmmmm... Intriguing, I know that the bible is filled with codes... But is "Hebrew" decoding the way to go? Isn't that the first bible was printed in greek? Nice article... Gave me an idea to look for it myself, I will let you know as soon as I make progress on it. Your article has been + rated
22 Mar 07
Hi DonBasyo, the reason I stick to Hebrew, is that the original Torah was written in Hebrew and has been preserved by Hewrew scholars for thousands of years. Unlike other parts of the Bible and other religious texts that have varied over time, due to translation and changing of meaning in words. I am not concerned with any Christian era writings in here at all, nor the Quran, they all came long after the Torah was written. I originally obtained this software from a source in Israel in the mid 1990's. I have seen other versions of software that do similar things for the different religious writings and versions, but I have never poked my nose in there. I have no religious leanings, I favour no one over the other. The program and what it does though are certainly interesting.
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18 Mar 07
I have "The Bible Code" and have read it twice just out of interest. It's funny how people can make a crossword puzzle out of the number 1 best seller of all time. It is interesting that you can pair words together that make it seem like you're prophesizing the future but in reality you're just making it work. There is no sequence to it or any proof of an actual "CODE". All they've done pretty much is develop computer programs that can link words together... so until further evidence I won't be convinced otherwise. Good marketing title though!
18 Mar 07
Hello there, well' it's either one or the other. I only find it interesting. I do not use it to tell the future or make predictions. It is in fact, ?? a toy, for want of a better word. But, you say, 'make a crossword puzzle out of the number 1 best seller of all time.' I had the code, long before that book came out, years before the book came out. So I am wondering if the code gave birth to the so called number 1 best seller. Interesting. Thanks for dropping in, I still haven't read the Da Vinci Code, I assume that's the book that you are reffering to.