Skip to comments.Evolution--Darwin the Atheist in Bible Code
Posted on 06/22/2014 7:42:08 PM PDT by Zionist Conspirator
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Everyone is in the code at the appropriate time. There is no end to this.
I pitched out this code after it emphatically declared that Romney would trounce Obama. It’s bunk. Can find what you want.
Yes, but the name of "Darwin" and the word "evolution" are found in the same block of text as kofer (scoffer, atheist) and . . . `Amaleq.
The code is not for fortune-telling. But it does throw clarity on past events because of what we now know about them.
And it illustrates that the Author of the Torah was not a human being.
His heavily accented English is very difficult, somewhere between French and Yiddish. Is there a transcript? I can’t follow what is being said very well.
That’s also a very basic matrix. There will be a lot more related information there. The matrix needs to be further developed, looking at much higher skip sequences.
You're right; his accent is very thick.
Thats also a very basic matrix. There will be a lot more related information there. The matrix needs to be further developed, looking at much higher skip sequences.
I am by no means an expert on the Torah codes. I simply found a video by one of the code scientists that mentioned Darwin along with atheism and `Amaleq and thought it would be interesting to share it. After all, some people are of the opinion that a negative attitude towards Darwin and his philosophy is strictly a genetic characteristic of American "rednecks."
It’s not like a Magic 8 Ball or tarot cards and can’t successfully be used in that manner. From what I’ve seen there are points of view being expressed, you can for instance get someone involved with Al Qaeda forecasting doom to the US, not that the presence of this in a code ever meant it was true other than that it was said by someone regarded as significant. The fullness of a code matrix can only make sense in hindsight when you know you’re look for. I really think everything that ever was is in there, and we’re just barely scratching the surface with little snippets at this point.
Maybe he did.
Perhaps the 'Bible Code' did not mention voter fraud.
Just as a point of reference - although I've heard about this so-called Bible Code over ten years ago (and probably closer to 15) - I really don't care. There is enough treasure in the Bible to mine for lifetime. We don't really need to search for secret encoded messages. They may exist, I don't care. The message that does not require a decoder ring is good enough for me:
Christ has died. Christ is risen. Christ has ascended. Christ is interceding on our behalf. Christ is coming again.
Are you talking about this guy who said Romney would win in 2012 via the Torah codes he found?
I don’t think the bible is a giant crossword puzzle. Sorry.
Obama in bible codes (glazerson)
Sir Isaac Newton did.
Obama - GoG and MaGoG in bible code Glazerson
Be very wary of anyone purporting to predict a future occurrence via this means. You can’t know what you’re looking at until you actually know what you’re really looking at, if that makes any sense at all. People go off the deep end when they encounter something startling and publish it, which is taken by many as a prediction akin to a prophecy, when it could very well have been merely a statement made by some noteworthy person. That’s why many noted researchers refrain from publishing before the fact now. I once was in frequent contact with a noted codes researcher, who appeared to have “predicted” the anthrax attacks via the USPS in the wake of 9/11. The grief he experienced due to being accused of somehow having something to do with it, the visits from authorities, it was not good.
I'm not trying to predict anything. I thought it was most interesting to see where Rabbi Glazerson found the name of Darwin.
Didn’t say that you were, or even that Rabbi Glazerson was in this instance.
End of the State of Israel in bible code/glazerson
(involves Abu Mazen and Obama)
These Bible codes look impressive, until you see the same things in “Moby Dick”:
Put another way, with so many quadrillion possibilities, you can find just about anything you want to.
Always interesting. Thanks for posting.
Beware the Code can be manipulated like in the movie Wanted.
The likelihood of randomness is measured in something called "p-values." The lower the p-value, the less likely the phenomenon is random. According to Dr. Jeffrey Satinover, a p-value of one in twenty is sufficient to regard something as true. The p-value of some of these Torah codes is less than one in 62,500.
Furthermore, these particular codes aren't even found in the rest of the Bible . . . they are only in the Torah, the book G-d Himself wrote before the creation of the universe.