My work falls into two categories.
First, there are my Forensic Numerology books. These are based on an exact science: that of numerology which is a branch of Pythagorean geometry and mathematics. You can actually see how I draw up the computations, since I lay it all out in front of you, explaining it carefully step by step. I try to make it as easy as possible for laypeople to follow. Yet still some people tell me they are fascinated and intrigued by what I do, love my books, yet cannot follow my numerological workings. I am always amazed at this. As you can see by the featured cover, I conjoin Numerology with Tarot Symbolism. That is, each number has a corresponding tarot card, giving it meaning.
How did I become a Forensic Numerological Criminal Profiler?
Easy! I coined the term myself. I looked at what it was I was doing exactly; and realization dawned I had ventured into an entirely new and untrodden field. I had to come up with a label, a title for it, and so the phrase was born. I was lured into the field and my study of it was, you might say, unintentional. My son suggested I take a look at the charts of serial killers to see what I could find. I found far more than I had bargained for. Not only was there evidence of their having negatively manifested permanent, that is birth numbers, on their charts, but lo and behold! – these numbers correlatively appeared at the times they committed their crimes as temporary number vibrations. Furthermore, they were bound to their victims by commonality in numbers. Not something I was prepared for, and not something I was happy to know and definitely not something I wanted to find. This new knowledge disturbed me and caused me to look at the world in a different way. Yet, it was an incredible find. One I was sure would be of benefit to detectives and criminal profilers around the world, in helping to draw suspect/s to the top of their list. It occurred to me that, even without the benefit of a computer, I would have been able to get Ted Bundy right to the top of the list, had he been a suspect at the time in the murder of little 8-year-old Ann Marie Burr, a neighbour in his home town of Tacoma when he was just 15 years old. The striking connection was there again when he murdered 12-year-old Kimberly Dianne Leach, whose murder convicted him and sent him to the electric chair.
The Bible Code USA UK and Australia series of ebooks. This complete set of ebooks has also been combined and published as a printed book, under the title The Bible Code and Australia The Garden of Eden (pictured above). Another book written in that vein, has been The Bible Code Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed, (featured) although this book conjoins the numerology of Diana and Dodi within it as well.
The search for Bible Codes is a less exact method of scientific forensic investigation, the findings of which are disputable. I search for Bible Codes: that is matrices hidden or encoded within the Holy Bible. I use this method of investigation in an attempt to help eliminate some of the people, suspects, possibilities, enigmas and confusion which surround a particular case. Since the resultant codes exposed by this method of investigation are wide open to interpretation, this method cannot be said to be relied upon in the same way as can the numerological analyses. What is shown with the latter is by contrast indisputable, arrived at by mathematical calculation you can see and trust.
My method of searching for and finding Bible Code matrices clearly needs some explanation. Because some people have told me they haven’t got a clue what Bible Codes are all about, I perceived that I would have to organize an introduction to my books on Bible Codes. I am familiar of course with the procedure, but I guess not many people are. In writing Bible Code books, I tend to operate on a high level of intuition and within a few hours have a book filled with Bible Codes I have discovered/uncovered, just by using the search words that come to me through instinct. Some might say I have a suspicious mind! I prefer to think it is an inquiring one.
Naturally, as more words and phrases come into my head at a later date, I have to go back to the computer and do more searches on that topic. That unfortunately, means I have to edit the book, adding the new codes into it also! It can become quite frustrating and I often wish I could stop getting ideas into my head, when I have put the baby to bed, as it were!
When we talk about “The Bible Code”, by that we mean a vast collection of embedded codes, all rolled into one book, and hidden within that book. These codes tell us about our human history since the time of Christ up to to some unknown point in time in the future of our world.
Virtually, I operate on the premise that Sir Isaac Newton expounded, that when we understand the code hidden within the Bible, it will help us understand our past, our present but not necessarily our future. He believed a code existed and left a significantly extensive amount of papers supporting that fact. He was also one of the greatest scientists of our time.
When the computer was invented, it enabled us to search for codes – matrices (plural of matrix) within it. Einstein also looked for a Bible Code, but it is beyond the power of the human brain, even the mighty brains of the great scientists, to find these codes. That is why we had to wait for the invention of the computer until we were able to find what both Einstein and Newton could not.
Isaac Newton, born January 4, 1643, Woolsthorpe-by-Colsterworth, United Kingdom
Albert Einsten, March 14, 1879, Ulm, Germany
I first became interested in Bible Codes when I read the pioneering book written by Michael Drosnin, (a former reporter for the Washington Post and Wall Street Journal) The Bible Code. He was invited to visit one of the world’s greatest mathematicians, Eliyahu Rips in Israel, who wanted to show him he had found a prediction for the assassination of his then current Prime Minister of Israel, Yitshak Rabin. He had found a calendar date next to the encoded prediction and gave it to Drosnin. His purpose in asking Drosnin to interview him was to try to prevent the assassination.
Eliyahu Rips was born on December 12, 1948 (age 65), Latvia and
Michael Drosnin was born on January 31, 1946 (age 67), New York City, New York, United States
Home Drosnin went to the United States, put a little piece in the paper about the prediction (about as big as a business card but not as small as a postage stamp, which he as an atheist thought was all it deserved), then promptly forgot about all it. A year later, Rabin was assassinated. Stunned, Drosnin checked his notes and found he was assassinated on the very date Rips had given him. He was on it like a kid on a cup cake. He hopped on a plane and went to see Rips.
On arrival, he expected Rips to show him the passage in the Bible, that is the printed book, where he had found the code. Instead Rips led him to a computer. Rips showed him that the name of the assassin Amir was also there in the code. Of course, he didn’t know it was there until after the event, when he did a search for the assassin’s name that came over on the news. Now all this was done in the Hebrew language with the Hebrew calendar being translated into modern dating. Drosnin was so impressed, he studied Hebrew himself and ultimately wrote his book.
I decided to look in the English language. My reasoning was that if the Bible Code is true, it should work in any language on earth, particularly as the English language now tops the list as official language of the world in most countries. If God wanted to speak to an Australian, American or British person, what language would he use?
Now, I need to digress a bit here. I have always believed in a mathematical link between the past, present and future. This is supported in the new philosophical theory of Biocentrism by Dr. Robert Lanza. Biocentrism assumes such a link; it has been called “the theory of everything” and expounds the theory now proven by quantum physics, that the future is pulling the past behind it; the past does not cause, dictate or force the future as we had supposed. Cause and effect are not what we thought it was at all. In other words we are being pulled towards our future from the moment of our birth, probably even before it. We do indeed have a destiny here on earth. The tests done by the quantum physicians also indicate that we can change the future by changing the past! How amazing! It is enormously difficult to comprehend.
I believe if the past is linked to us, the Bible could very well have been given to us from someone in time forward who visited time past, presenting it to us for use when the time was right, i.e. when the computer had been invented.
It is believed by many religions that “it is written”: that is, everything that ever was or ever will be is contained within the Bible. Even before the term “Bible Code” was invented, this belief had been handed down since Biblical times. In John at the beginning of the book, he says, “In the beginning was the word and the word was with God and the word was God.” Now, when “the word” was given, it was said by the Hebrew speaking Jewish people to have been given on a “sapphire tablet” as one long, unbroken series of lettering, without punctuation of any kind. This “sapphire tablet” sounds to me like it could have been a computer screen. Today, there are two distinct camps: those who believe The Bible was given at once (in its entirety) to Moses, and those who believe it was written over a period of about 1600 years leading up to around 100 AD by many different, divinely inspired prophets. The latter is the view generally espoused by Christian believers in The Bible.
There is of course, no logical reason why the two beliefs cannot co-exist harmoniously. It is quite possible for them both to have happened at different times in our history; in fact, if that was indeed the case, it would actually further reinforce the belief that The Bible was divinely inspired and ordained, rather than detract from it. The difference as I understand it, is that Jewish people believe Jesus was not the Messiah, not part of the Holy Trinity, but was simply one of several such disciples and heavenly ordained prophets delivering the word of God.
Notwithstanding this division between Judaism and Christianity, the fact is that when The Bible is fed into the computer without any punctuation as one long series of letters, that is exactly how we now search for Bible Codes. The computer looks for EQUIDISTANT LETTER SPACING. Letters have to have the same number of spaces between them to be considered a code. For example, E space space space G space space space G – that would be considered a code for the word “EGG”. The code looks like a crossword, and the search words appear within a particular number of verses. So, when you look at the code, you can see it appearing, as the words are shown there on the computer in different colours for each individual word.
“The folly of interpreters has been to foretell times and things by this prophecy, as if God designed to make them prophets. By this rashness they have not only exposed themselves, but brought the prophecy also into contempt. The design of God was much otherwise. He gave this and the prophecies of the Old Testament, not to gratify men’s curiosities by enabling them to foreknow things, but that after they were fulfilled they might be interpreted by the event, and his own providence, not the interpreters’, be then manifested thereby to the world. For the event of things predicted many ages before will then be a convincing argument that the world is governed by Providence.” Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727)
The following article was featured in the March, 2002, issue of Bible Code Digest. http://www.biblecodedigest.com/page.php?PageID=74
Quote: Throughout The Bible Code, the book that alerted the world to the whole subject, author Michael Drosnin wrote that Sir Isaac Newton, arguably the greatest scientist who ever lived, searched for codes in the Bible.
Born on Christmas day in 1642, the same year that the tragic figure Galileo died, Newton discovered the binomial theorem, the method of fluxions (calculus), the law of gravitation and the composite nature of light—all before the age of 30. The foundations of modern astronomy and physics are still largely based on theories Newton first presented more than 300 years ago.
A humble and reclusive figure, Isaac Newton was a Christian who studied the Bible daily and believed that God created everything, including the Bible. He believed that the Bible was true in every respect. Throughout his life he continually tested biblical truth against the physical truths of experimental and theoretical science and never observed a contradiction, according to his many biographers. Newton’s writings reflected his belief that his scientific work was a method by which to reinforce belief in biblical truth. After he completed his monumental Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica, he began to devote more and more of his time to researching the Bible, eventually writing a book he believed unlocked the prophecies contained in Daniel and Revelation, two Bible books he viewed as intertwined. The great bulk of his writing went unpublished, however, even though according to one writer, Newton believed that a scientist who had the ability to explain the workings of the world and did not explain and share it with mankind, was denying God one form of adoration.
The source Drosnin quoted for his speculations about Newton’s interest in decoding the Bible was a book by another great English mind, economist John Maynard Keynes (pronounced “Canes”), who wrote a very brief biographical chapter on Newton in his book Essays and Sketches in Biography (Meridian Books, New York, 1956).
Actually, in his 11-page treatment on Newton, Keynes did not quite say that Newton worked with Bible codes, but said that he regarded the entire universe (including the Bible) as a “cryptogram.” He wrote about a Newton who his biographers did not know, with opinions based on a large box of unpublished writings and correspondence that Newton left behind at Cambridge University, where he had held the Lucasian Chair of Mathematics for 33 years. He moved on to London in 1699, where he became master of the mint and president of the Royal Society. He died there at the age of 85 in 1727. Two hundred years later, when Keynes became provost of Cambridge, he discovered the box and spent years going over the papers, which he estimated contained more than a million words about Newton’s Bible research.
Keynes believed that Newton’s writings showed him to be rather eccentric in his Christian theology. For example, at a time when the trinity was more or less accepted as fact in theological circles, Newton wrote voluminously to support his belief that the theory was fraudulent. He based his theories completely on his study of the ancient texts (he was fluent in Hebrew, Greek and Latin) and was persuaded that they gave no support to trinitarian doctrines. But he never published these works or announced them publicly, perhaps recalling the fate of Galileo, who stuck to his guns supporting the theory that the solar system revolved around the sun and was hounded by the Vatican for his views until the day he died.
Did Newton Search for Bible Codes?
Here is what Keynes had to say about Newton that might have been construed by Drosnin as implying that he was searching for Bible codes. “Newton looked on the whole universe and all that is in it as a riddle, as a secret which could be read by applying pure thought to certain evidence, certain mystic clues which God had laid about the world to allow a sort of philosopher’s treasure hunt to the esoteric brotherhood. He believed that these clues were to be found partly in the evidence of the heavens and in the constitution of elements (and that is what gives the false suggestion of his being an experimental natural philosopher), but also partly in certain papers and traditions handed down by the brethren in an unbroken chain back to the original cryptic revelation in Babylonia. He regarded the universe as a cryptogram set by the Almighty—just as he himself wrapped the discovery of the calculus in a cryptogram when he communicated with Leibnitz. By pure thought, by concentration of mind, the riddle, he believed, would be revealed to the initiate.
He did read the riddle of the heavens. And he believed that by the same powers of his introspective imagination he would read the riddle of the Godhead, the riddle of past and future events divinely fore-ordained, the riddle of the elements and their constitution from an original undifferentiated first matter, the riddle of health and of immortality. All would be revealed to him if only he could persevere to the end, uninterrupted, by himself, no one coming into the room, reading, copying, testing—all by himself, no interruption for God’s sake, no disclosure, no discordant breakings in or criticism, with fear and shrinking as he assailed these half-ordained, half-forbidden things, creeping back into the bosom of the Godhead as into his mother’s womb. “Voyaging through strange seas of thought alone,” not as Charles Lamb, “a fellow who believed nothing unless it was as clear as the three sides of a triangle”.
What if Newton Had Access to a Computer?
Whether Newton actually looked for ELS’s in the Hebrew Bible is not known. He may have been aware of medieval searches for codes by some Hebrew scholars and kabbalists. It is mind-blowing to think of the possibilities available to him if he had access to a computer.
To Newton’s mind it was clear that some prophecies would not be understood until the end of history. This is an excerpt from his book on Daniel and Revelation:
”This prophecy is called the Revelation, with respect to the Scripture of Truth, which Daniel was commanded to shut up and seal, till the time of the end. Daniel sealed it until the time of the end, and until that time comes, the Lamb is opening the seals: and afterward the two Witnesses prophesy out of it a long time in sackcloth, before they ascend up to heaven in a cloud. All of which is as much as to say, that the prophecies of Daniel and John should not be understood till the time of the end: but that some should prophesy out of it in an afflicted and mournful state for a long time, and that but darkly, so as to convert but few. But in the very end, the Prophecy should be so far interpreted so as to convince many. Then saith Daniel, many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.
For the Gospel must first be preached in all nations before the great tribulation, and end of the world. The palm-bearing multitude, which came out of this great tribulation, cannot be innumerable out of all nations unless they be made so by the preaching of the Gospel before it comes. There must be a stone cut of the mountain without hands, before it can fall on the toes of the Image, and become a great mountain and fill the earth. An Angel must fly through the midst of heaven with the everlasting Gospel to preach to all nations, before Babylon falls, and the Son of man reaps his harvest. The two prophets must ascend up to heaven in a cloud, before the kingdoms of this world become the kingdoms of Christ.
‘Tis therefore a part of this Prophecy, that it should not be understood before the last age of the world; and therefore it makes for the credit of the Prophecy, that it is not yet understood. But if the last age, the age of opening these things, be now approaching, as by the great success of late Interpreters it seems to be, we have more encouragement than ever to look into these things.
If the general preaching of the Gospel be approaching, it is for us and our posterity that these words mainly belong: In the time of the end the wise shall understand, but none of the wicked shall understand. Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this Prophecy, and keep those things that are written therein (Daniel 12:4,10)
How did Newton view his accomplishments in light of his belief in God? Shortly before his death, he wrote, “I do not know what I may appear to the world, but to myself I seem to have been only like a boy, playing on the seashore and diverting myself in now and then finding a smoother pebble or prettier seashell than ordinary, while the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me.”
He was buried in Westminster Abbey, and during a huge state funeral, he was carried to his tomb on the shoulders of the Lord high chancellor, two dukes and three earls, in a day when such rank truly meant something. His monument in the great cathedral had been previously refused to England’s greatest nobility. No such honors were ever paid to a man of science before or since. End of quote.
I (bravely!) tend to disagree with Newton, in that I think certain forays into the future, using the sciences of Numerology and Bible Code exploration, can be of benefit to humankind and show us the best way forward, helping us to avoid pitfalls in our evolutionary path. This to my mind also shows us there was a plan for humankind, encoded in the Bible and delivers reverence and respect for our Creator.
Sometimes, I find it interesting, as do my readers, to conjoin my Bible Code findings with my Numerological findings. I have done this in the books on Princess Diana, Adam Lanza, and The Bible Code and Australia the Garden of Eden, which is available as a complete printed book or broken up into a series of ebooks under the headings, The Bible Code USA UK and Australia, Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
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