Skip to comments.Does Bible Code Predict President Romney? (looks like it)
Posted on 10/30/2012 3:22:04 PM PDT by all the best
A well-known Bible-code researcher has bad news for Barack Obama, as he claims hidden texts in the Holy Bible indicate Mitt Romney will be Americas next president.
Moshe Aharon Shak, an orthodox Jew and author of Bible Codes Breakthrough, has produced a series of videos on YouTube with his modern analysis of Scripture.
For those not familiar with Bible codes, they are said to be secret messages embedded in the Torah, the first five books of the Old Testament.
Those who claim the codes validity say they disclose information about both the past, as well as the future. The messages are decoded when a computer is used to search in a certain pattern, such as every fourth or fifth Hebrew letter within a given matrix.
The matrix is found in Deuteronomy Chapter 28, verses 13 and 14, says Shak, a mechanical engineer from Montreal, Canada. There we find his first name, last name, day and month of birth, and the term president. Fifteen terms consisting of 85 letters are found telling a fascinating story.
Shak says the Hebrew code goes beyond merely stating that Romney will be president, but also describes the kind of leader hell be.
The codes are telling us: a fitting president, he explains, adding that Romneys name is associated with the phrase, the man (is) for Him, referring to the Master of the universe.
I suppose that means that he (Romney) will follow His (Gods) ways, said Shak. But the term goes both ways. It also means that the Master of the universe will be for him, for Romney.
The BibleCodesDigest website has looked at Shaks videos, and says, Although he claims that the search is done by established methodology guided by scientific principles, there are two critical caveats that must be understood.
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Bob Newhart had a theory about writing novels. Given and infinite number of monkeys each with a typewriter they would eventually produced all the great novels.
So far all this stuff has been able to do is confirm historical events and not predict anything, but now they are going out on a limb and saying the codes predict a godly rule by Romney.
I hope that’s true. We may disagree with his philosophy and theology now but that does not mean it cannot change.
Still it’s more important to read the bible straight, not just as a code.
What does the Bible Code say about Lazamataz?
I remember when that book came out. A major criticism of it was the way the author put all of the Hebrew letters next to each other, without breaks inbetween words or punctuation. And that one could “predict” almost anything based upon doing that arrangement.
I read several books on the Bible codes years ago. My son gave a speech on them, so fascinating they were.
I hope this is true. I wonder if Obama is anywhere in the Bible codes? That would be interesting.
“he doth hit it”
This is utter nonsense!
I accept the Bible at face value for what it is, but the notion of hidden codes is pure fraud. Some clever writer found a way to make some money.
I think you mean “He doth smite it”.
Has there been any confirmation from the ancient mayans?
He doth! LOL!
My take is, suppose there are such things, it should stand as a warning to us if they intrigue us more than the plain text does.
Did you know an experiment with a diamond anvil found that at 50,000 atmospheres pressure molecules of water take the form of a double-helix.
Did you know that shortly after their nuclear fires are lit by gravity, new stars spew out gigatons of brand new water molecules with extremely high pressure.
Lot of this stuff is pretty upfront and readily understood by human beings. The Bible Code is still chugging along, but it still requires a knowledge of Hebrew and serious pre-existing focus on both the obvious and the hidden written meanings in that Hebrew.
Today finding that light self-assembles into knots pretty much convinced me that just about anything can be true ~ and I really mean anything. Alas, I think the Bible Code folks are mostly Calvinists who think those messages are already there.
The amazing successes of modern science have lured a lot of people into believing they have managed to explain everything. No they haven’t — not by a long shot.
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