Sunday, November 25, 2012

The Bible Code, Michael Drosnin

Bible Code 3 coverAbout the Book

Saving the world is the focus of this riveting new book about the Bible Code, a miracle proven real by modern science. 
For 3000 years a code in the Bible remained hidden. Now it has been unlocked by computer— and may reveal our future.

The code was broken by a world-famous Israeli mathematician, then confirmed by a senior code-breaker at the top secret U.S. National Security Agency.

And it keeps coming true.

It predicted that Barack Obama would be President a year before his election, and it warns that he must prevent a nearly certain nuclear terror attack. It predicted the Great Recession when the stock market was at an all time high, and now it warns of a second Great Depression.

It foretells a Final Battle that the President may have to wage, the "War of Obama" that can "Save the World."

This is the third in a series of international bestsellers that gripped millions of people in every country, of every religion, all across the globe.

This new book takes us on an exciting adventure into the secret corridors of our hidden government, where a shadow war against terrorism is being planned, indeed already fought, but might be missing its true target.

The Bible Code reveals that Al Qaeda may already have nuclear weapons. In fact, it names Osama Bin Laden's hide-out.

And the author, investigative reporter Michael Drosnin, has discovered that American intelligence is failing to deal with the danger that may wipe out New York and Washington.

His adventure also takes us into the inner sanctums of Israeli intelligence, which confirmed that a dot in the desert named in the code is an Al Qaeda base, where Bin Laden may be hiding the weapons he will use for a threatened "American Hiroshima."

Ever since he found the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin predicted in the Bible more than a year before the murder—and personally warned the Prime Minister—Drosnin has been meeting with world leaders, telling them the dangers foretold in the code.

He warned Bill Clinton of nuclear terror, he warned George Bush before 9/11, and finally through Oprah Winfrey he warned Barack Obama. He told them all that we may face the real Armageddon, that we may right now be in the "End of Days."

The Bible Code forces us to accept what the Bible itself can only ask us to believe—that we are not alone.

But we will decide our own fate. The code tells us a probable future we can change. This, however, may be our final warning.

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Former reporter for the Wall Street Journal, Michael Drosnin spoke about the Bible Code, and the various prophetic messages that have been gleaned from it. Based on a computer software program developed by the Israeli mathematician, Prof. Eliyahu Rips, the Bible Code finds hidden messages or phrases in equidistant letter sequences in the Hebrew language version of the first five books of the Bible. What convinced Drosnin of its reality was the correct prediction of Yitzhak Rabin's assassination, which he discovered about a year before it happened. He recounted how he tried to warn Rabin beforehand, and now meets with various intelligence agencies such as the Mossad.

A year before the 2008 election, Drosnin said he found the phrase "B. Obama is President" in the Bible Code, and also learned that there was danger that could be prevented for Obama. He related this information to Oprah Winfrey, who was said to pass this on to Obama. Drosnin also said that according to the Bible Code, it was Barack Obama's destiny to help prevent a nuclear terrorist attack, and that he will be re-elected in 2012.

After the 9-11 attacks, Drosnin said he found references to it in the Bible Code, with such phrases as "twin towers," "airplane," "terror attack," and "it knocked down," all encoded within a few verses. Currently, he is searching for a "code key," which might help unravel some of the mysteries of the Bible Code, such as who created it. According to the Bible Code, the code key is connected to an obelisk in Jordan, he revealed.

Michael Drosnin


Michael Drosnin is a former reporter for the Washington Post and Wall Street Journal. He is the author of three New York Times bestsellers which include Citizen Hughes, The Bible Code, and Bible Code II: The Countdown. His book, Citizen Hughes is based on exclusive access to nearly everything that Hughes ever put in writing. In fact, the book is half in his own words. So, it's really Howard telling his own story of the hidden years, the secret life of the world's richest and most secretive man, from the only reliable source, Hughes himself. It's also the only Hughes book that was a bestseller, in fact outsold all the other 20 Hughes books combined. Michael currently lives and works in New York City.

Past Shows:

Bible Code Updates

Former reporter for the Wall Street Journal, Michael Drosnin spoke about the Bible Code, and the various prophetic messages that have been gleaned from it. First hour guest, Dr. Betty Martini shared updates on health problems associated with the artificial sweetener aspartame. ... More »
Host: George Noory

Rebroadcast: Michael Drosnin

In a rebroadcast from 1/16/05, Art Bell talked with author Michael Drosnin about both Howard Hughes and the Bible Code. ... More »
Host: Art Bell

Howard Hughes: Madness & Power

Former Wall Street Journal reporter, Michael Drosnin shared details into the bizarre life of reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes. In his investigation, which culminated in the publishing of his book Citizen Hughes, he had access to thousands of never seen before documents, many in Hughes own handwriting. ... More »
Host: Art Bell

Michael Drosnin

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Michael Drosnin (born January 31, 1946) is an American journalist and author, best known for his writings on the Bible code.
Drosnin was born in New York City. He worked as a journalist for the Washington Post (1966–1968) and the Wall Street Journal (1969–1970). His first book, "Citizen Hughes", a biography of the American businessman Howard Hughes based on stolen documents, was published in 1985. Drosnin began researching the Bible Code in 1992 after meeting the mathematician Eliyahu Rips in Israel, and with Rips' associate Alexander Rotenberg. At the time Drosnin claims that he was not a religious person and was very skeptical about the Bible Code at first. He became convinced that it was important in 1994 when he found a code relating to the future assassination of Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin in the Bible. Drosnin sent a warning to Rabin, and claims that he became even more convinced of the ability of the code to predict the future when Rabin was assassinated in 1995. In 1997 Drosnin published his most famous book, Bible Code, which asserts that the Bible Code predicts the future and that events can be affected by our actions. The book also states that many famous assassinations—both past and future—were foretold in the Bible, and that the code can be interpreted with the help of a computer program. The book also implies that extraterrestrials delivered the message of the Bible encoded with these prophesies,[1] and that the code contains predictions of disasters and an apocalypse to occur between 1998 and 2006. Drosnin wrote a second book in 2002 named The Bible Code II:The Countdown.
His new book The Bible Code III: Saving the World (October 2010), is also in the market.


Drosnin has been criticized by some who believe that the Bible Code is real but that it cannot predict the future.[2] Some accuse him of factual errors, incorrectly claiming that he has much support in the scientific community,[3] mistranslating Hebrew words[1] to make his point more convincing, and using the Bible without proving that other books do not have similar codes.[4] Drosnin challenged his critics to find a code similar to the Bible Code in the notable novel Moby Dick. An article published in the "teaching aids" section of the Dartmouth College math department's "Chance" program, claims that Brendan McKay has found equidistant letter sequences (ELS's) in Moby Dick which approximate the alleged prediction of the assassination of Rabin.[5] Drosnin has responded to these claims, saying that the Moby Dick code results are simply "nonsense'; he said codes found in the Bible Code were "truth" and contained real predictions.[6]


El código secreto de la Biblia

El código secreto de la Biblia es un libro publicado en los Estados Unidos 1997,1 escrito por Michael Drosnin que sostiene la hipótesis de la existencia de un código bíblico en la Torá judío (el Pentateuco de la Biblia cristiana). Este descubrimiento se le atribuye al matemático israelíEliyahu Rips quien, según el libro, verificó la existencia de este código tras cumplirse una predicción con fecha exacta.
Drosnin, que se declara ateo, habla en el libro de cómo se descubrió el código, en que consiste, la información oculta en la Torá acerca de la historia de la humanidad posterior a la escritura de esta y que ayudaría a verificar que efectivamente existe información codificada y aventura alguna predicción catastrófica sobre el futuro. Además el libro incluye varias entrevistas del autor con personas importantes de diversos gobiernos, en su búsqueda por evitar que esas predicciones catastróficas tengan lugar.
El libro permaneció durante mucho tiempo en las listas de los más vendidos2 y tuvo dos secuelas tituladas "El nuevo código secreto de la Biblia" que se publicó en 20023 y "El código secreto de la biblia III: la predicción final"4 que se publicó en 2006 en EE.UU.. La primera secuela no aportaba nada nuevo, simplemente contenía reflexiones sobre los posibles aciertos y fallos de las pretendidas predicciones que habían realizado desde la publicación del primer libro hasta la aparición del segundo y relataba más entrevistas con dignatarios de los países implicados en las predicciones.
Tras la publicación del libro, aparecieron a disposición del público varios programas de ordenador, entre ellos el original que había usado Rips para descifrar el código y otros que lo imitaban con mejor o peor fortuna. Actualmente existe una gran cantidad de personas que utilizan estos programas para escudriñar en la Torá acerca de los eventos del presente y el futuro.

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  1.  Edición estadounidense: Simon & Schuster, ISBN 0-684-81079-4 Edición en España: Editorial Planeta ISBN 9788408022343
  2.  aparece en la lista de los superventas de no ficción de junio de 1997 del New York Times[1] aunque hay que tener en cuenta que esa lista se refiere solo a EE.UU. y que el libro se tradujo a varios idiomas y se vendió a nivel mundial.
  3.  Editorial Planeta ISBN 9788408064404
  4.  Editorial Planeta ISBN 9788408101994

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