Yep I do.
Now if you see well in the Bible Code, there's mention of the follwing :
"This was done by computer" or something like that...
"And at the end times, the code will save"
How, Drosnin does not know.
How is the code time coded, he doesn't hint either but I think I know.
Read on ...
It is said that it is time coded, right, and the time came when somebody had
the idea of using a powerful tool to crack the code.
Somebody named Yacov was doing this by hand before, some other even before
him as well was doing this on paper. Check www.direct.ca/trinity.
The only thing the meme "use a computer" did was to make the revelation
of more messages in the same time interval than someone doing it by hand.
Now, go meta and compact this information : it means the memes that
someone had influenced the spread of the "Bible Code" meme, okay ?
But isn't it a bit too simplistic : EQUI-DISTANT LETTER SEQUENCES
in the hebrew OT ?
How far can you go ? Reading every 521 letters in the trh by hand will take
days, use the computer.
But what if the interval is so great that ou can't find a word of sense ?
Hint : "I am the alpha and the omega". The first and the last... JOINED.
Meaning that just like in steganographia, you go on from the end (Revelation)
to the start (Genesis).
That's how Francis Bacon coded his authorship of the works attributed to
Shakespeare into the works themselves.
The alphabet is something like ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
The corresponding code is wxyzabcdefghijklmnopqrstuv
This is the +4 Caesar cypher.
I believe the bible repeated endlessly will provide for the decoding
of more words with larger intervals.
But then what ?
Couldn't there be other types of coding ?
It's just a matter of time passing so that somebody has the idea
and others implement the idea.
What's the best way of encoding today ? Use a method like public key
cryptography ?
Depending on the multiplication of two large primes ?
Well then, take the lwo largest primes known to date and see what gives.
Language and mathematics as one. Calculations in one, combinations of words and
deeds and truth-logic in the other. Both are one.
Why do you think Newton was studying the Bible closely around the time
he was finding equations for gravitational attraction, differential
calculus etc, ?
Because it's all numbers.
Now here's more : there's supposed to be a vedic system of mathematics
where you find some meta-rules to do mental calculations of sorts.
Search on the net for "vedic mathematics". An interesting example is
"nuggets from vedic mathematics".
Sanskrit has a number system encoded in the letters as well.
Now look at this : A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V
W X Y Z
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26
Look at the following expansion with interpretation alone :
8 -> EIGHT -> 597820
Or if you add the values of EIGHT, you have 5+9+7+8+20=49,
Or 4+9 = 13 = THIRTEEN or 1+3 = 4 = FOUR
FORTY-NINE ->6151822025149145
Hey that resembles what they do in qaballah and so called black arts, etc...
Could it be these guys were just a bunch of mahematicians ?
What could be the most powerful system ? A system where the logic
in the language gives you the correct calculation in mathematics.
An inherent type of language truth to correspond with the mathematic truth
to correspond with the universla truth ?
Think about it. Ancient texts and science of today is one.
I think.
Can anybody tell me more about about this. I'm a fast learner.
Do you remember Pascal's Triangle ? In the geometrical form formed
by the numbers is encoded the result of the equation for producing
the triangular numbers series. It all depends on your interpretation :
"the numbers on the right "side"".
Have you ever thought what would happen to the numbers on one face of a
solid if you wrote them all successively ?
Can anyone remind me of the way to construct magic squares here, please.
It's a calculation in the third dimension(you follow a path in the cells
of a cube which is unfolded on the paper), I know but I cannot remember
the method. Guess I'll have to look for it on the net.
Cheers !
Yash.