Biblical prophecy ‘FULFILLED’ after SECRET hidden Bible code CRACKED by experts

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Biblical prophecy ‘FULFILLED’ after SECRET hidden Bible code CRACKED by experts
Mon, 04 Feb 2019 21:58:00 +0000

On November 4, 1995, Israel’s Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin was assassinated at the end of a rally in support of a peace agreement between Israel and Palestine. The killer, an Israeli ultranationalist named Yigal Amir, radically opposed Rabin's initiative and the signing of the Oslo Accords. However, the entire incident was part of a much bigger biblical prophecy being fulfilled, according to a new theory.

Journalist Michael Drosnin, alongside Jewish mathematicians Doron Witztum, Eliyahu Rip and Yoav Rosenburg, claim to have found a hidden message in Bible that proves it was the work of God.

Amazon Prime’s “Bible Conspiracies” revealed how the group of researchers came to make their claim. 

The 2016 documentary detailed: “The Bible Code is possibly the most astounding discoveries of mankind.

“There appears to have been a secret prophecy in the structure of the Bible, which has only now been found with the help of computers.

“Using some extremely clever mathematics and a specific method of copyrighting the material, the text can be read in many different ways. 

“By choosing equal distance letter sequences in the text, not counting spaces, they spelt out: ‘Yitzhak Rabin, assassin that will assassinate, Amir and 5756 – the Hebrew year for 1995.”

However, the theory has come under some scrutiny. 

The series continued: “The problem is, there seems to be very little serious or non-religious mathematicians interested in getting to the bottom of these claims. 

“They also point out it is all down to the mathematical structure and our modern day interpretation. 

“Some even claim we are just seeing what we want to see because there are so many letters.

“This has been proved by people making up stories and discovering it in the Bible using the same code.”

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