Jewish mystics (Kabbalists) believe God dictated the first five books of the original Hebrew Bible (The Torah) to Moses, letter by letter. Because God did this, they further believe information about almost everything is embedded within the plaintext of those five books.
Because of this belief, the Mystics have searched the Torah in many different ways to find implanted information. The searches were complex, involved long periods of time, and yielded little. But, the development of the computer changed all that.
In the early 1990s, three Israeli scientists developed a methodology to use a computer to search The Torah for embedded information. The technique has come to be known as The Bible Code. The inserted information they and other researchers have found is truly astounding. But, before I give you examples, let me describe the technique in an abbreviated way.
- First, the computer removes all spaces and punctuations from the plaintext.
- The letters are then virtually laid out as one long sequence (on one line, as it were); 304,805 letters.
- A word is selected for the search; say Messiah
- The computer starts at the beginning with the first letter and examines every other letter after until it finds the first M
- The number of letters to find that first M (say one hundred for example) is used to skip the next hundred letters after it.
- If, at the end of those one hundred letters skipped, an E is found, the computer again skips one hundred more.
- If an S is found, it continues the equal distance skipping
- If a second S is not then found, the computer starts all over and examines the string of letters to find the second M.
- The number of letters skipped to find the second M is used to skip letters after that M, trying to find the E.
- This process is repeated over and over again until the word “Messiah” is found with equal letters skipped in the long sequence.
- Once the word is found, then the computer creates a virtual matrix of letters by dividing the original long line of 304,805 letters by the number of skipped letters to spell Messiah
- The result is a matrix where the row length is the number of letters skipped and the column length is the number of divided lines.
- The word Messiah will be in the last column of the matrix and will have no spaces between the letters going down the column.
- The computer then creates a virtual tube where the first column of letters touch the column with Messiah spelled vertically and the rows are perfectly aligned.
- The computer now searches the matrix of letters around the word Messiah for anything that might be related to it. It searches vertically, horizontally and diagonally; both forewords and backwards.
- If a related word is found IN CLOSE PROXIMITY, it is saved.
As you will see, the outcomes from various searches are dramatic. The three Jewish scientists (Doron Witztum, Eliyahu Rips and Yoav Rosenberg) experienced several assaults from academia, but the methodology was used by multiple people and the same answers were reproduced. Finally, the work was published in the prestigious journal Statistical Science in 1994. Here are a few examples of modern embedded information in the first five books of the Hebrew Bible:
- In close proximity to “twin” was the words “towers”, “it knocked down”, “twice”, and “airplane”
- In close proximity to “Pentagon” was the phrase “emergency from Arabia” and the word “damaged”
- Close to “Bin Laden” was “the next terrorist”
- To “President Kennedy” was “to die” and “Dallas”
- To “Economic Collapses” was “the Depression”, “1929”, and “stocks”
- To “Hitler” was “evil man”, “Nazi and enemy”, and “slaughter”
- To ”atomic holocaust” was “Japan” and “1945”
- To “Edison” was “electricity” and “light bulb”
- To “Fired on 18 Jan 1991” was “Saddam”, “Hussein picked a day”, “missile”, and “war”
Although this technique cannot yet be used to predict the future, it does show the creation of The Torah had to be supernatural.
I spent more than two months trying to write a plaintext paragraph that contained an embedded message.
THERE ARE MANY WAYS TO SEARCH THE BIBLE. UNDERSTANDING MANY MULTIPLE PLAINTEXT STORIES IS A WAY. ANOTHER MAY BE SEEING THE QUESTIONING OF LONGSTANDING INTERPRETATIONS. QUICK JEERS WILL BE HEARD WITH THIS APPROACH. BUT, GIVE IT A CHANCE. IT WORKS AGAINST SKIPPING LETTERS EQUIDISTANTLY. HOWEVER, AN EQUIDISTANT SEARCH MIGHT STILL BE BEST. THE COMPUTER IS A POWERFUL AND FAST TOOL. EVERY YEAR SPEEDS INCREASE AND HARD QUESTIONS HAVE BEEN ASKED. MANY ANSWERS HAVE BEEN FOUND.
After reading this, it is clear my plaintext is choppy and not the way people normally write. Trying to insert something hidden in the paragraph was quite difficult.
However, put all the letters on one long line without punctuation marks and spaces. Search with equal distance spacing until the word Messiah is found. Take the number of letters skipped to find “Messiah” and cut the string into letter strips. Lay the strips under one another until the word “Messiah” is spelled down the right column.
Since physically it is difficult to create a tube, simply copy the matrix. Then, place the copy so the left side of the matrix columns perfectly aligns with the word “Messiah”. Try to find any word “in close proximity” that relates to Messiah.
Some may say a computer can be programmed to create plaintext with embedded information. While that might be possible now, there was no computer with Moses when The Torah was generated. But even if there was, the events found now using the Bible Code were unheard of and unthought-of four thousand (or more) years ago.
No human could have written The Torah in plaintext, while having all the inserted information scientists are now able to find. Clearly, it was done, for the information is in plain-sight and has been published.
The conclusion must be it was done by God … therefore He exists.