IMPLICATIONS OF AN ARK FIND VIA THE CODES
IF GOD ENCODED THE
'S LOCATION... ARK
The working assumption must, of course, be that the Author of the Torah was God. Moses then recorded the 304,805 letters that comprise it. If the Code recorded the
1. The Author must have had a clear foreknowledge of:
(a) How the Torah would later be divided into chapter and verse, and
(b) Where the Prime Meridian would be set in 1884 CE, over 3100 years after the Torah was written.
2. Muslim claims that the Koran replaced a corrupted Torah are called into question because the ELS maps in Torah often involve very large skips, and at times more than one computer pass through the Torah (a wrapped search) is required to find these maps. If the Jews had changed an Ishmael (six letters in Hebrew) for an Isaac (four letters in Hebrew), the maps would have been obliterated because these names do not have the same number of letters. However, this does not mean that the Koran could not also be encoded. There is one mention of the Ark of the Covenant in it, but to date nobody has invested either the time or money required to create the software required to investigate possible encoding in this text. With respect to encoding in other religious texts, see other texts.
3. If the Torah Codes lead us to the Ark, in Egypt, in the area where Moses split the sea, then all the truly religious people on Earth, and probably most who are not religious, will unite in a way that will mark the onset of the Messianic Age. However, if it is discovered that all primary religious texts have the same location encoded (which is possible), then all of us must start anew to understand why we have been led down different paths. The answer to this question (which can also lead to the Messianic Age) already appears to be written in the Koran:
"To each among you God prescribed a Law and an
WHAT IF SOMEONE ELSE ENCODED THE ARK'S POSITION?
If this should prove to be true, we may have the godless paradise that John Lennon sang about in his song IMAGINE. But I suspect that his paradise would be a chaotic one devoid of all morality. As I wrote about on this site at No Alien gods, someone from high in the UFO community made overtures to recruit me in linking the Code to Aliens. I rejected the offer, and I've tried to lead the gentleman in question to an understanding of the warnings given in Torah about this effort. Somebody needs to make this message quite clear to the Vatican, for an article on May 13, 2008, indicates that the Vatican is already touting the possibility of aliens free from sin:
Page last updated at 22:08 GMT, Tuesday, 13 May 2008 23:08
By David Willey
The Pope's chief astronomer says that life on Mars cannot be ruled out.
Writing in the
Father Funes, director of the Vatican Observatory near
The search for forms of extraterrestrial life, he says, does not contradict belief in God.
'Free from sin'
Just as there are multiple forms of life on earth, so there could exist intelligent beings in outer space created by God. And some aliens could even be free from original sin, he speculates.
Asked about the Catholic Church's condemnation four centuries ago of the Italian astronomer and physicist, Galileo, Father Funes diplomatically says mistakes were made, but it is time to turn the page and look towards the future.
Science and religion need each other, and many astronomers believe in God, he assures readers.
To strengthen its scientific credentials, the
Note: This web site is in agreement with the statement that some aliens could even be without original sin. It’s a big universe, and anyway Judaism rejects the concept of original sin, while stressing free will and individual responsibility. However, the encounters reported over the past 50 years, if to be believed, have generally involved forced abductions, genetic experiments, and memory adjustments. These are overtly hostile acts that are certainly sinful.