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His Name is Jesus by Yacov Rambsel

His Name is Jesus by Yacov Rambsel

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His Name Is Jesus by Yacov RambselAn Introduction by Grant R. Jeffrey
 Introduction: The Mysterious Hebrew Bible CodesRecently, researchers in Israel rediscovered and validated a staggering phenomenon. Underneath the Hebrew text of the Old Testament are hicodes that reveal an astonishing knowledge of future events and personalities that cannot be explained unless God inspired the writers to recHis precise words.Rabbi Weissmandl's Astonishing DiscoveryRabbi Michael Dov Weissmandl, a brilliant Czechoslovakian Jewish scholar in astronomy, mathematics, and Judaic studies, found an obscurereference in a book by a fourteenth-century rabbi known as Rabbeynu Bachayah that described a pattern of letters encoded within the Torah -first five books of the Bible. This discovery, made during the years before World War I, inspired Rabbi Weissmandl to begin exploring other exaof codes hidden within the Torah. During the war years he found that he could locate certain meaningful words, phrases, and word pairs (e.g.,hammer and anvil) if he found the first letter and then counted a certain number of letters to find the second one, and then counted the samenumber again to find the third one, and so on. In other words, if he found the first letter of Torah somewhere in the Hebrew text and then, byskipping forward seven letters, he found the second letter, he would continue to skip forward seven letters to see whether or not the complete Torah was spelled out in the text at equally spaced intervals. The rabbi was astonished to find that an incredible number of significant words whidden within the text of the Torah at equally spaced intervals. These intervals varied from every five letters up to intervals of hundreds of lettone place the letters of the word Torah might be found at seven-letter intervals, in another at sixty-seven-letter intervals.Although Rabbi Weissmandl found many coded names simply by manually counting the letters in the text, he did not record his discoveries inwriting. Fortunately, some of his students did record several examples of his discoveries. Over the following decades, students in Israel who hheard about his research began searching the Torah for themselves to ascertain whether or not such codes actually existed. Their discoveriesultimately resulted in research studies at Hebrew University that have proven the validity of the codes, which are now known as Equidistant LeSequences (ESL). The introduction of sophisticated high-speed computers allowed Jewish scholars at Hebrew University to explore the text of t Torah in ways that previous generations could only dream about. Scientific Proof for Weissmandl's DiscoveryIn 1988, Doron Witztum, Yoav Rosenberg, and Eliyahu Rips at Hebrew University and the Jerusalem College of Technology completed a researcproject that followed up on Rabbi Weismandl's research. In August, 1994, they published a paper called "Equidistant Letter Sequences in the Bof Genesis" in one of the most prominent scientific mathematics journals in the world, the American mathematics journal Statistical Science.In their experiment, the scientists arbitrarily chose three hundred Hebrew word-pairs that were logically related in meaning, such as hammeranvil, or tree and leaf, or man and woman. They asked the computer program to locate any such word pairs in the Genesis text. Once the comfound the first Hebrew letter in the word hammer, it would look for the second letter at various intervals or spaces between letters. If the progcould not locate the second letter of the target word hammer following the first letter at a two-letter interval, it would then search at a three-leinterval, then a four-letter interval, and so forth. Once it located the second letter at, say, the twelve-letter interval, it would then look for the tletter at the same twelve-letter interval, and so on through all 78,064 Hebrew letters in Genesis. The computer also looked for coded words bychecking in reverse order.After the program had examined the text for each of the three hundred word-pairs, the researchers were astonished to realize that every singlword-pair had been located in Genesis in close proximity to each other. As mathematicians and statisticians, they were naturally astounded bethey knew it was humanly impossible to construct such an intricate and complicated pattern beneath a surface text, such as Genesis, which tohistory of the Jewish people. The odds against the three hundred word-pairs occurring by chance in the text of Genesis are simply staggering!bottom line is that only a supernatural intelligence, far beyond our human capacity, could have produced the pattern of secretly coded words f in the Bible.Hebrew Codes Speak of the FutureBut that was only the beginning of the story. In a 1994 follow-up paper, the team of researchers recorded the results of their search for pairs oencoded words that relate to events that occurred long after the time when Moses wrote the Torah. They selected the names of thirty-four of tmost prominent rabbis and Jewish sages who lived during the last two thousand years. The process was simple. The researchers simply selectthirty-four sages with the longest biographies in the Encyclopedia of Great Men in Israel, a well-respected Hebrew reference book. They askedcomputer program to search the text of the Torah for close word pairs coded at equally spaced intervals that contained the names of the famorabbis paired with the dates of their birth or death (using the Hebrew month and day). The Jewish people celebrate the memory of their famousages by commemorating the dates of their deaths. Incredibly, the computer program found every single one of the thirty-four names of thesefamous rabbis embedded in the text of Genesis, paired at significantly close proximity with the actual date of birth or the date of death. The oagainst these particular names and dates occurring by chance were calculated by the Israeli mathematicians as only one chance in 775,000,0 The scientists and editors at the Statistical Science journal who reviewed the experimental data were naturally astonished. They demanded thIsraeli scientists run the computer test program again on a second sample. This time they searched for the next thirty-two most prominent Jesages listed in the encyclopedia. To the astonishment of the skeptical reviewers, the results were equally successful with the second set of famsages. The staggering result of the combined test revealed that the names and dates of the birth or death of every one of the sixty-six most fa Jewish sages were coded in close proximity within the text of Genesis.Despite the fact that all of the reviewers held previous beliefs against the inspiration of the Scriptures, the overwhelming evidence and the intof the data were such that the journal reluctantly agreed to publish the article in its August 1994 issue under the title "Equidistant Letter Sequin the Book of Genesis." Robert Kass, the editor of Statistical Science, wrote this comment about the study:Our referees were baffled: their prior beliefs made them think the Book of Genesis could not possibly contain meaningful references to modernindividuals, yet when the authors carried out additional analyses and checks the effect persisted. The paper is thus offered to Statistical Scienreaders as a challenging puzzle.An article in Bible Review magazine by Dr. Jeffrey Satinover, in October 1995, reported that the mathematical probability of these sixty-six na Jewish sages and their dates of birth or death occurring by chance in an ancient text like Genesis was less than one chance in two and a half bInterestingly, the researchers attempted to reproduce these results by running the computer program on other religious Hebrew texts outsideBible, including the Samaritan Pentateuch. The Samaritans developed their own variant text of the five books of Moses, called the Samaritan

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