New Advancements in Bible Code Research
New advancements in Bible Code Research are propelling the world forward toward a greater understanding of God. DIVINECODERS has stumbled upon an ancient device that can be used to locate hidden words encoded in the Bible, mathematically, with the assistance of computers.
In this article, we will first explain how our team discovered this device, then we will describe and illustrate the device itself, and finally, we will explain how we will then create and use this device to unlock the mysteries of Bible Code using specialized computer software.
Discovering the Wheel of Formation
It all started back in 2003, when we first discovered the Book of Formation, also known as Sepher Yetzirah. In this book, we discovered blueprints for a device that was described to have been both created and utilized by God during the time of creation. Having read the book, we set out to recreate this device ourselves. And, we did, but at the time we had no idea how to use it or what it really was. Eventually, we lost interest in it and the device we had created was stored away and had been forgotten for the past 8 years.
Recently in 2011, after having processed the entire book of Genesis, storing indexes and calculating probabilities, and having studied these results, we realized that Bible Code was encoded in 3D and that this 3D shape is a spiral! We thought back to our 2003 discovery and realized that this device was the missing link, it was what we needed to unlock Bible Code!
The Wheel of Formation
In the image below, you are viewing a very small portion of the Wheel of Formation created by DIVINECODERS to help illustrate how the Wheel of Formation might appear if one were to view the Wheel of Formation from the front, however the exact design is more complex.
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Time and Space
This image represents time and space by showing us how the Wheel of Formation literally appears out of nowhere and then very quickly extends outward, starting from its center.
The swirl pattern is exactly the same swirl pattern you find in nature, such as in flowers, shells, hurricanes, tornadoes, or the universe.
Each layer is movable, thus the device can rotate freely in either the clockwise or counterclockwise direction.
Below is an illustration depicting how the Wheel of Formation would appear if seen from the side. Notice the shape of the swirl as it begins small and becomes increasingly larger.
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Index 0 and 152201 represent the first and last letter in the book of Genesis in the Holy Bible.
All non-alphabetic characters are removed from the text.
This illustration is not to scale and the device has been stretched for viewing purposes.
What you don’t see in this illustration is its 3D shape or how thick each loop would actually be.
All you can see from this image is its basic shape, which resembles a tornado, hurricane, or whirlpool.
Note that the empty spaces are absolutely essential, because they allow us to align to any specific encoded term(s) within the scope of the power of n cells per layer.
Using the Wheel of Formation
The Wheel of Formation will be dynamically generated by a computer using sophisticated software. The software will allow us to search very quickly through a large block of text, and without supplying any input, it will automatically return any valid encoding within the block of text using a dictionary of predefined terms. The results will be published online here.
There are many obvious advancements that the Wheel of Formation has to offer Bible Code Research, for instance using this device will dramatically increase the amount of significant results returned in a single search, while dramatically decreasing workload and overall time spent, all relative to using the less efficient traditional bruteforce approach.
Online Demo: 3D Bible Code Viewer
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