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!DOWNLOAD BOOK ⚇ The Bible Code ⚒ The Barnes Noble Review OctoberThe Bible Code is the first full account of a scientific discovery that may change the world, told by a skeptical secular reporter who became part of the story During Drosnin s five year investigation of the , year old code in the Bible that may reveal our future, he interviewed all the experts, here and abroad He spent many weeks with the world class mathematician who discovered the code, Dr Eliyahu Rips, and he met with famous mathematicians at Harvard, Yale, and Hebrew University He also talked to a senior code breaker at the top secret US National Security Agency, who replicated the code and confirmed its messagesMore than just a simple skip code, the Bible code crisscrosses the entire known text of the Bible to find a complex network of words and phrases For example, after it finds a keyword Yitzhak Rabin , the computer then looks for related information assassin, Amir, Tel Aviv Time after time it finds connected names, dates, and places encoded together With Bill Clinton, President With Hitler, Nazi With the moon landing, spaceship and ApolloA code that has information about significant earthquakes that already happened warns of a major earthquake in Los Angeles early in the next century It also warns of a nuclear war triggered by an act of nuclear terrorism against IsraelThe Bible code raises a critical question Does the code describe an inevitable future or a series of possible futures whose ultimate outcome we can still decide In any event, the Bible code forces us to accept whattheBible itself can only ask us to believe that we are not alone As Drosnin states, If the Bible code proves one thing, it is that a nonhuman intelligence does exist, or at least did exist at the time the Bible was written No human could have looked thousands of years ahead and encoded in that ancient book the details of today s world This isn t the usual type of book that I read usually it s the type I take from the library because it seems interesting but never actually finish reading it I thought with this book that wouldn t be the case, however things haven t changed that much I haven t read the book from cover to cover, but I read most of it, all up to the Notes that s where I stopped.At the beginning I was intrigued by the idea that everything was somehow coded in the bible, that everything that happened and what is This isn t the usual type of book that I read usually it s the type I take from the library because it seems interesting but never actually finish reading it I thought with this book that wouldn t be the case, however things haven t changed that much I haven t read the book from cover to cover, but I read most of it, all up to the Notes that s where I stopped.At the beginning I was intrigued by the idea that everything was somehow coded in the bible, that everything that happened and what is going to happen was already written 3.000 years ago If it s true it is fascinating to say at least But I m a skeptic And after the first chapter I lost interest You knew I d get to this book eventually, right Well, I m here to tell you it s absolutely brilliant Drosnin is my idol With a savvy grasp of human nature, a little computer programming, and a mathematician s insight into probabilities, he put together a best seller.The book s premise is that the Bible contains a secret code, and that he has cracked the code to reveal its hidden messages Simply start at any letter in the Bible, skip ahead a fixed number of letters to the next, and continue u You knew I d get to this book eventually, right Well, I m here to tell you it s absolutely brilliant Drosnin is my idol With a savvy grasp of human nature, a little computer programming, and a mathematician s insight into probabilities, he put together a best seller.The book s premise is that the Bible contains a secret code, and that he has cracked the code to reveal its hidden messages Simply start at any letter in the Bible, skip ahead a fixed number of letters to the next, and continue until it spells out well, whatever you like Start with the first T in Genesis, skip 49 letters to an O, skip 49to an R, 49to H Lo and behold, you ve spelled TORH, the Hebrew word for the first five books of the Bible Miraculous, isn t it No, it s neither miraculous nor unexpected As Keith Devlin demonstrated about a year after The Bible Code hit the bookstores, the word TORH appears 56,768times in the software, searching just the book of Genesis alone TORH appeared in an issue of the Wall Street Journal 15,000 times But might there beimpressive words than TORH Yes, several The first encoded phrase the book mentions is Yitzhak Rabin, which he uncovers in Deuteronomy Drosnin carefully lays out his analysis in matrix form so that it looks like a word find puzzle, and crossing Yitzhak Rabin is the phrase Assassin that will assassinate Needevidence The phrase Rabin assassination crosses Tel Aviv in the book of Exodus Yep, that s where Amir assassinated Rabin Oh, the name Amir appears in the book of Numbers.A code of equidistant letters buried within the Bible is not a new idea See Wikipedia for a full discussion But with a little computer programming, Drosnin pushes it to the limit He uncovers prophecies about Watergate, Hitler, Shakespeare s writings, Edison s inventions, the holocaust, Roosevelt, Kennedy, communism, Armageddon, and, amazingly, the promise of a future book named Bible Code It all sounds convincing, until a little experimentation verifies the same probabilistic expectations in other works of literature Moby Dick revealed much of the same prophecies and manySo, mathematicians turned back to the Bible to see what else they could learn by the using the software Severalstartling prophecies surfaced Code is bunk Drosnin Fraud Darwin was right Sigh.Please don t read the book, but do gain inspiration from the genius of Drosnin Millions of dollars are waiting for the next great sham Found it hard to stay interested plus the conclusion of the book is anti Christ.It suggests we can save ourselves when the bible clearly depicts the impossibility of that.And if we couldwhy do we want to live forever in a never ending cycle of suffering and sorrow.Cannot recommend. The Bible is not only a book it is also a computer program 25 I cannot speak, read, or translate Hebrew, but from my personal experience reading the Bible, it reads as if it is written by multiple people, not one singular God But Joseph cannot be the encoder 101 The Hebrew crossword puzzles are like finding images in the clouds What does your mind perceive Would you prefer to live in fear of the End of Days or continue going about leading your own insignificant life Michael Drosn The Bible is not only a book it is also a computer program 25 I cannot speak, read, or translate Hebrew, but from my personal experience reading the Bible, it reads as if it is written by multiple people, not one singular God But Joseph cannot be the encoder 101 The Hebrew crossword puzzles are like finding images in the clouds What does your mind perceive Would you prefer to live in fear of the End of Days or continue going about leading your own insignificant life Michael Drosnin conveniently publishes a sequel to this book in 2002, opening with the 9 11 tragedy.No thank you The Bible Code It sounded so outrageous, I was positive it was fiction It is not It s such a groan The author is one of many who claim that there is a hidden code in the Bible that predicts all the major events of the future The only redeeming quality is that it has dozens of pages that are mostly or entirely taken up with examples of this code, like a crossword puzzle So there s that much less to read It s also super repetitive, and some of the prophecies seem super vague I have never The Bible Code It sounded so outrageous, I was positive it was fiction It is not It s such a groan The author is one of many who claim that there is a hidden code in the Bible that predicts all the major events of the future The only redeeming quality is that it has dozens of pages that are mostly or entirely taken up with examples of this code, like a crossword puzzle So there s that much less to read It s also super repetitive, and some of the prophecies seem super vague I have never rated a book 1 5 before, and the only reason I read this book is because I m participating in a challenge this year, and one of the categories was a book with bad reviews Two pages in, I knew why this one fit that category Excellent book if you want to learn about conspiracy theorists in or about the Bible I believe it to be true. I bought this book awhile ago, and have the follow up somewhere on a bookshelf as well What I ve found interesting about this book and the topic in general is that it sounds logical and almost believable That is, until you see the same folks on television, on History Channel or NatGeo, etc., and they seem like utter quacks Much like saving history from disaster is oftentimes 20 20 when seen through the review mirror, books of this ilk frequently show that they would ve been able to predi I bought this book awhile ago, and have the follow up somewhere on a bookshelf as well What I ve found interesting about this book and the topic in general is that it sounds logical and almost believable That is, until you see the same folks on television, on History Channel or NatGeo, etc., and they seem like utter quacks Much like saving history from disaster is oftentimes 20 20 when seen through the review mirror, books of this ilk frequently show that they would ve been able to predict or prevent catastrophe if only they had known what to look for within the scriptures I would imagine our own intelligence services could claim the same, and indeed they have, when history has challenged what we knew and when.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 A lot of the dazzle of this book is gone once you realize that, if you can read Hebrew, the horizontal text is just plain text So he s just playing find a word vertically without vowels, so, for instance, DALLAS would be DLS , and then looks for words crossing it of course words cross it It s plain text Looking at what I ve written so far, breaking at every 32nd letter AlotofthedazzleofthisbookisgoneonceyourealizethatifyoucanreadHebrewthehorizontaltextisjustplaintextSohesjustplayingfindaw A lot of the dazzle of this book is gone once you realize that, if you can read Hebrew, the horizontal text is just plain text So he s just playing find a word vertically without vowels, so, for instance, DALLAS would be DLS , and then looks for words crossing it of course words cross it It s plain text Looking at what I ve written so far, breaking at every 32nd letter AlotofthedazzleofthisbookisgoneonceyourealizethatifyoucanreadHebrewthehorizontaltextisjustplaintextSohesjustplayingfindawordverticallywithoutvowelssoforinstanceDALLASwouldbeDLSandthenlooksforwOrdscrossingitofcoursewordscrossitItsplaintextLookingatwhatIvewrittensofarLook Die crosses Dallas That proves my text magically knew about the Kennedy assasination He does the same thing he s very impressed that he found Kennedy crossing president What he found was KND crossing the Hebrew word for chieftain which he loosely translated as president And again, of course chieftain is in the text it s plain text.Add in to that that he rearranges these things constantly look at every 20th letter Nothing Look at every 21st letter Nothing Look at every 22nd letter etc Then he goes even farther than that, accepting diagonal words and words at various slopes.It s garbage, garbage, garbage, and has never predicted anything before the fact which is, in fairness, included in the definition of predict I didn t go to the end in detail on this book the entire premiss seemed strained though admittedly the idea goes back a long, long way still Th Bible either is what it is or not By that I mean either the Bible is simply a book as some think or it s an inspired set of writings from God through called writers If it s the former the code would mean nothingthan the happenstance if it is the latter then understanding the text itself would be quite enough Since the text of the Bible in t I didn t go to the end in detail on this book the entire premiss seemed strained though admittedly the idea goes back a long, long way still Th Bible either is what it is or not By that I mean either the Bible is simply a book as some think or it s an inspired set of writings from God through called writers If it s the former the code would mean nothingthan the happenstance if it is the latter then understanding the text itself would be quite enough Since the text of the Bible in the original is in 3 laguages Old Test in what we call Hebrew, New Test In Aromaic and Greek which manuscripts are the ones we should use for counting the code etc.No I know a lot are into this but I find it a distraction from what the Bible is