ALTERING TIME LINES?
Does the Bible Provide for Alternate Time Lines and Futures?
God asked Jonah to warn
HAVE DROSNIN OR NETANYAHU ALTERED TIME LINES?
I was not the first person to attempt to alter a time line when I launched my first expedition to Egypt in 1999. Drosnin tried and failed when he warned Prime Minister Rabin on September 1, 1994 that the only time Yitzhak Rabin came up in the Bible, “Assassin will assassinate crosses your name in the Code” (see first figure below). Rabin told him that he wasn’t a mystic, blew off the warning, and was assassinated where, when and by whom the Codes seemed to indicate.
Drosnin then warned the father of Benjamin Netanyahu of his son’s impending assassination in
When Drosnin’s first predicted year for an atomic holocaust in the Middle East passed peacefully on September 13, 1996, the last day of the Hebrew year 5756, he states on page 159 of his first book that, “One last word, and I’m out of the fortune-telling business.” He then adds, “On several occasions I have seen things happen as predicted, but not when predicted. I urge you to remain alert to what is almost certainly a real danger.”
One of Drosnin’s plots has another will die, Av (a Hebrew month), Prime Minister. The phrase another will die, Av, Prime Minister was obviously found a-posteriori. It appears one row above and 13 columns right of the conditional axis words “the next war.” On the bottom figure. Prime Minister Netanyahu intersects the phrase Surely he will be killed and touches the phrase His soul was cut off.
So what happened? Was the Code wrong? Did it not happen because of Torah Codes-based intervention? Or is the above “prophecy” one that was delayed by the Barak and
If time lines can be altered, what are the limits? This will always be a difficult question to answer as each alteration theoretically sets up a parallel dimension or world according to Hugh Everett of
Drosnin cites a plot on page 164 of his book that has, in conjunction with the threat of a Netanyahu assassination, the phrase “five futures, five roads.” He does not identify the source of this phrase, but I found it at Numbers 7:23 along with at least ten repetitions of the same phrase in the same chapter that deals with sacrifices in the open text.
I don’t know that the limit of possible futures is five. But at some point it would seem that the general usefulness of the Torah Codes (from a predictive point of view) begins to break down and eventually become completely lost as too many actions and outcomes are altered as a result of Codes findings. Certainly political actions and war plans would be first to be altered and first to see this effect. Something like an inbound comet would seem to be the last type of event to be effected by Codes actions, though the Codes could be used for an early warning of such an event if the Codes can be validated by way of