Cracking the Bible Code

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HarperCollins, Oct 8, 1997 - Religion - 288 pages
Cracking the Bible Code is the true account of the most amazing scientific research ever undertaken. References to important names, dates, and historical events have been found encoded in the book of Genesis. No individual could have known this informationfrom what grew in the garden of Eden to details of the Gulf War. Mystics and sages have long held that these codes existed, proving God's direct hand in all that was and is to be. Incredible? Yes. But some of today's greatest scientific minds have been unable as yet to disprove the codes.If the codes are genuine, they will forever change our view of God, faith, and our fate. Cracking the Bible Code explores the extraordinary possibilities and the furor surrounding the codes in a riveting story that is equal parts holy quest, Byzantine intrigue, and cutting-edge science.

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This book is a must read for those who study the Torah. It contain a history of the Torah codes that were known and used before the advent of computers. The author goes in-depth to show the history of ciphers and how the ATBASH cipher was used as part of the Torah codes. This is a most excellent book and the best I have ever read on the Torah codes. 

About the author (1997)

Jeffrey Satinover, M.D., is a psychiatrist with degrees from MIT and Harvard and is studying physics at Yale. He writes and lectures on the interface between science and religion. Dr. Satinover lives with his family in Connecticut.

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