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Re: Bible Codes math - seasons.gif (0/1)
Posted: May 1, 2014 4:43 AM
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Den lördagen den 23:e maj 1998 kl. 09:00:00 UTC+2 skrev Mark Hines:
> -----Genesis 1:14
> And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to
> divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for
> seasons, and for days, and years:
> The Hebrew word for "seasons" is "HaMoyadim." It means "the appointed
> times." As an equidistant letter sequence word, "HaMoyadim" appears
> only once in the entire Book of Genesis. At a skip distance of 70,
> "HaMoyadim" is centered directly under plain text word "seasons" in
> Genesis 1:14. Significant is the number 70, as, according to
> Leviticus 23-52, there are 70 appointed holy days a year. The
> probability of the unique characteristics of this ELS word in the
> 78,064 letters of Genesis is about 0.000000014. The name "Yeshua" is
> diagonally nearby. Attached is a GIF that shows the relationship
> between the three words. Notice that the plain text word "seasons"
> shares the same heh with the ELS word. Also notice the relationship
> between "Yeshua" and the two "seasons."
> Mark Hines

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