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HarperCollins granted permission to reprint a section of Jeffrey Satinover’s book Cracking the Bible Code! The section I’ll be reprinting in the appendix is a historical primer on how the Bible codes went from being an intriguing phenomenon to a rigorously scrutinized study. He mentions how the ears of scientists all over perked up and the attention that was contained in small groups became international.
It’s the perfect addition to help people learn more about the Bible Codes!
Posted by Category: Writing the Torah Codes
There’s a great challenge every November called National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) presented by Chris Baty The challenge is to write a novel of minimum length 50,000 words, the approximate length of Catcher in the Rye. So I wrote The Torah Codes November 2005.
Writing a book in one month is a daunting task but Chris Baty’s book No Plot? No Problem! helped me get through the process. If you want to get your book done, I highly recommend getting his book.
In the past 5 years the book has been refined, retuned, repossessed, refinanced, and digitally remastered.
I was quite happy believing the five books of Moses, aka the Torah, (aka Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy) were written by people. There’s a lot of stuff in those books that I disagree with. So I just picked the cool stuff to follow and didn’t touch the other stuff. I figured the G-d I felt in my heart and loved (conveniently) only wanted me to follow the rules and instructions I agreed with. The written rules and laws that made no sense to me, well, that was written by some delusional fella. And if I spoke to G-d, G-d would say, “Yeah. That guy was a little delusional. So you don’t need to follow everything he wrote.”
Until I saw the codes embedded in the Torah.