I got a code someone can use to decipher information from the Holy Bible. I need someone to share this with and dialogue to access and confirm the authenticity.
It has tremendious penetrating power to see through and bring information such as prophecies, dream interpretations, etc.
But for God's sake people take it to be another form of necromacy or a way to dupe people of money.
If you got any idea what I can do please make your input. I really want to work for God and I don't want this discovery to just die like that.
I receive devine message threats every month via third class us mail.
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That code is universal. Proprietary energy.
Dan Brown wishes he understood it, so does Dawkins and the entire believing as well as scientific collective. Oddly, the "Bible Code" stems from Hebrew Tanakh, where the yod and vav precede and unite the text....
Do you believe in receiving divine messages via a Bible Code?...Answer is no..i dont believe...
The bible itself is man-made. There is not code for divine anything.
Have you tried it to know there is not a code. Or you are just insuniating. See you need to realise that nobody has monopoly of knowledge.
Oh, I'm glad you think you have me figured out.
It might help you to read more, instead of insinuating yourself has a code to determine something within the bible.
I've studied, researched and walked in doctrine. Have you?
There is no god. It's a myth drawn up by man's imagination and desperate need of guidance.
You might try sending it to Tom Hanks. He's big into that kinda stuff.
Remember everybody, many of those scientific discoveries were initiated by the findings of the adepts who know nothing about science.
Sure, like this guy:
As for the message - I get it every time I eat spaghetti with meatballs.
micadeolu - I am a Christian, and I believe that we can discern important truths from the Bible.
But in regards to a code that supposedly uncovers "hidden meanings" I would like to say I know that a few years ago someone came out with a book about the "Bible Code" which appeared to provide prophecies about all kinds of events throughout history. The problem was that the same principles the code used could also be applied to any work of literature, including the dictionary, with the same result.
I don't know what your code is like, but I personally would be very reluctant to put more faith in a code than in the teachings of the Bible itself.
Like, who for example? My memory must be really bad because I can't seem to remember what it is you think I should be remembering.
Yup, I found 7 hidden mickey mouses in there, Disney sure knows how to advertise!
I'd say, forget about your code and comeback to reality!
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