Christians and Jews share the first five books of the Bible. Jews call that the Torah. They believe they contain the words of God given directly to Moses roughly 33-hundred years ago. But now a group of researchers says hidden within those words may be messages for us about this year — 2012.
Nearly 30 years ago Dr. Eliyahu Rips and a team of Jewish mathematicians became the first to use computers to search for equidistant letter codes in the Torah, and they say they found them. They published a paper on their findings. Several books and much debate followed, but so has a steady stream of stunning “code tables.” Rips and other researchers say they continue to find…with startling details about current events. But it was a documentary filmmaker’s question that turned their search to this year.
“We have a bunch of tables on war, on World War,” said Richard Shaw, with Pinlight Productions. But also in the 2012 codes, says Shaw, the hope of a biblical promise fulfilled. “There’s a number of 2012 tables that talk about redemption, and they’re usually connected a lot with the return of the Messiah,” said Shaw. “Here is Gerulatiel. It will be a time of redemption,” said Rabbi Glazerson.
And a date. “Passover which is Pesach which is a date for redemption for the Jewish people,” said Rabbi Glazerson. Passover…April 6 through 14, 2012. But both the researchers and Shaw say this is not a prediction.
“The Torah is not a crystal ball and none of us believe we should use it in that respect,” said Shaw. They say it is simply what they have found, encoded messages in the Torah for 2012. Messages that many choose not to believe in at all.
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