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Friday, June 15, 2012

The Mayan Calendar Controversy

Does the Mayan calendar prove that the world will end in 2012? Over the past couple of years there has been much debate over this question. The sun-worshiping Mayans’calendar indicates that this year December 21, 2012 is the end of this age.

The Bible Codes hold cluster after cluster describing a nasty solar event, as well as a terrible disaster in 2012. Even scientists agree that every 100 years or so, the sun flares up and fries the solar system.


Critics dispute this and suggest that the world will not end because many predictions about end-time events foretold in scriptures have not yet taken place.

However, it is believed that the Bible Codes are perhaps the most compelling enigma in history. Within the past four years several best-selling books have claimed that Bible codes about 20th Century people and events were intentionally embedded in the Hebrew Bible when it was written many centuries ago.

Bible code research is said to date back to at least the 12th century, when rabbinical scholars first wrote about discovering meaningful words hidden in the Hebrew text of the Torah.

Tradition among the most devout Jewish scholars holds that everything and everyone that ever was or ever will be was recorded in the text of the first five books of the Bible. Thus, as it was passed down letter by letter from God to Moses, then generation by generation to modern times, great care has been taken to preserve it intact.

It appears that the Torah was preserved by a miracle, as were the Jewish people, despite tremendous persecution and being without a homeland for 19 centuries.

Moshe Aharon Shak has researched the Mayan Calendar in the Torah Codes and has produced a YouTube video on his findings. Shak says, "The Torah codes agree that we are reaching a very significant time. What exactly will happen? Believers and non-believers will be surprised." To find out more, see The Mayan Calendar Controversy on BCD's site. 


 
It has been reported that a Mayan Calendar that continues on after 2012 has been found. The Bible codes affirm that beyond astronomical events the Maya were not a reliable source. Don't trust the media or the entertainment industry because they lie. Trust GOD, the one and only TRUE GOD.  

Source:INBRS BibleCodeDigest.com, web home of Bible Code Digest, the world's leading newsletter source of information on Bible and Torah Codes. The Isaac Newton Bible Research Society, 1257 Siskiyou Blvd. (183) Ashland, OR97520 

References:The best known of these books are The Bible Code (Michael Drosnin), Cracking the Bible Code (Jeffrey Satinover, M.D.) and The Signature of God, The Handwriting of God and The Mysterious Bible Codes (all by Grant Jeffrey).

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