MARS MONOLITH (Updated from 11/24/2009 on 12/2/2012)
PERHAPS THE CODE BACKS BUZZ ALDRIN
This page has been vastly updated and expanded at ALDRIN & OBAMA.
On July 25, 2009, I received a link to a C-SPAN interview of Buzz Aldrin in which he claimed that there is a monolith on a moon of Mars (Phobos). This page will discuss a meeting in the Torah Code with a Hebrew term for MONOLITH and MARS Both are at the same skip of 8,976, and both terms can be placed in a 6 column by 7 rows (42 letter) box. To include a word for MOON, the box must be expanded by another 7 rows to 84 letters. The axis term (MONOLITH) is at the 7th lowest ELS, and there is another term (a translieration of the english word) that can be used for the same word. Since it is known that the 3-letter word for MOON will not be significant when it is not at a special case skip (like open text,, -1, N, or -N) the calculation run will only be to have MARS in the 42-letter box with one of the two words used for MONOLITH. Although this 4-letter spelling for Mars shown is better, there is also a 3-letter spelling for the planet. The calculation will factor in both acceptable spellings.
There was just one change in 1036 that by the 7th lowest ELS of the axis term used forMONOLITH (spelled ayin mem vav dalet alef vet nun), we would find a 4-letter spelling MARS at special case skips +1, -1, N (here the axis term's skip of 8976), or -N (-8976). If we accept either the nicer 4-letter spelling of MARS , or the easier to find 3-letter spelling, then the odds are altered to 1 chance in 49. There were 4 lower ELSs of MONOLITH (as a transliteration of the English term) spelled mem vav nun vav lamed yud tet. This alters the overall ELS rank of the axis rank term from 7 down to 11. Thus the adjusted chance to find one of the two MONOLITH terms with either 4 or 3-letter spellings of MARS at a special case skip is one chance in 31 (only midly interesting).
The chance that Buzz Aldrin knows what he is talking about with respect to a Monolith on a moon of Mars? Unknown, however, Apollo 11 did report what amounted to a UFO on the way to the moon. The chance that NASA is correct about Mars being a place with almost no atmospheric pressure (about 7 millibars compared to around 1013 on Earth)? Close to zero. The proof of the later assertion? See our updated research on Mars at http://davidaroffman.com/catalog_1.html.