As God dictated the first five books of the Old Testament, He enclosed prophecies in a skip code--that is, every fifth letter in a sentence forms a word. The trouble is, the Code is so divinely complex, you need a computer to find it. Now that we have those, and author Michael Drosnin, you too can read God's secret messages in The Bible Code
. Drosnin was a reporter for the Wall Street Journal
who turned into the Jeanne Dixon of the Middle East after "predicting" Rabin's assassination a year before it happened. Since then, with the help of mathematicians, he's been finding the bleak Future all over the Torah: an earthquake in L.A. (2010), a meteor hitting the Earth (2006, 2010, 2012, or all of these), and, of course, nuclear Armageddon (2000 or 2006). But don't write 2006 off yet, because the book says that the Code doesn't predict the Future, it merely reveals one possible future. Hmm. The Bible Code
is this generation's The Late, Great Planet Earth
. For those in the market, it delivers.
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Newsweek Explosive....No wonder the book is causing a sensation.
Los Angeles Times A certifiable phenomenon. The text abounds with stunning predictions.
Time A new book says Rabin's murder was predicted, and there are dreadful things to come. Should we fear?