He became a believer in when Yitzhak Rabin was assassinated. In , Michael Drosnin wrote the book "The Bible Code" about a code that supposedly predicts future events. On September 1, , Michael persuaded a man to give a letter to Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin, that said that in the Bible Code, his name was found with "Assassin, That Will Assassinate", but Rabin did not believe it. Fourteen months later, he was gunned down by an assassin after a peace rally in Tel Aviv. However, Michael is not the first person to have found codes in the Bible. In , a rabbi found several codes in the Bible, and found that he skipped every fifty letters in the book of Genesis, and it spelt out "Torah".
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Apr 06, Lee Harmon rated it did not like it You knew Id get to this book eventually, right? Well, Im here to tell you its absolutely brilliant. Drosnin is my idol. With a savvy grasp of human nature, a little computer programming, and a mathematicians insight into probabilities, he put together a best seller.
The books 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. But might there be more impressive words than TORH? Yes, several! 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. Moby Dick revealed much of the same prophecies and many more. So, mathematicians turned back to the Bible to see what else they could learn by the using the software.
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Le Code de la Bible
Overview[ edit ] Contemporary discussion and controversy around one specific steganographic method became widespread in when Doron Witztum, Eliyahu Rips and Yoav Rosenberg published a paper, "Equidistant Letter Sequences in the Book of Genesis", in the scientific journal Statistical Science. The traditional WRR view of the codes is based strictly on their applicability to the Torah, and asserts that any attempt to study the codes outside of this context is invalid. This is based on a belief that the Torah is unique among biblical texts in that it was given directly to mankind via Moses in exact letter-by-letter sequence and in the original Hebrew language. To obtain an ELS from a text, choose a starting point in principle, any letter and a skip number, also freely and possibly negative.
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