This is a commercial form of the Kabbalah.
A secret mystical tradition of Jewish rabbis, who read hidden meanings into the Old Testament and other texts; any secret, esoteric, occult or mystic doctrine or lore.
Also kabala, kabbala, kabbalah or qabalah.
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Now Violet...you know I'm into the mysterious and unknown, huh?
I studied up on this because it was one of those things that just tickled me. I even asked my pastor. "If God wants you to know something," he told me, "He's going to come right out and say it. He's not going to beat around the bush."
I read up on the Bible Code, and then I read what some of the skeptics were saying, too. Interesting, that there was some book of maritime law floating around out there. The skeptics applied the same techniques to this law book, and they found the words: THE LAW OF THE SEA or something like that. They also found the prediction of the death of the author of The Bible Code.
That proved, they said, that in almost any publication heavy enough to be used as a doorstop, you're bound to find predictions and hidden messages...if you're willing to dig deep enough to find them.
I myself downloaded the software and used it on a Stephen King book (just to see what would happen).
Interesting...MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT.
Give you something intelligent to respond to first. The bible code is very very vague, and if you actually look at how its made, its complete and total garbage. They've taken a translated version of the bible, and use a code to spell something? Its very fishy to me, and I don't believe it.Please, say something intelligent