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< Conspiracy theory watchers have wasted a lot of time looking for secret codes in the Bible that supposedly predict everything from the World Trade Center attacks to (natch) the end of the world. This site doesn't just give us one code...it gives us all of them. These guys keep track of the latest updates and breakthroughs in the up-and-coming field of Bible codebreaking. I wonder if they know about the [http://fakir60.tripod.com/ Miracle of 19], which uses the significance of the number nineteen to prove that the Holy Quran is actually word of God? Here is astonishing proof that if you pick only the letters you want from parts of the Bible and discard the rest, you can make it into any message you want.
< http://cs.anu.edu.au/~bdm/dilugim/moby.html has the reply to Michael Drosnin's ill-considered statement ''When my critics find a message about the assassination of a prime minister encrypted in Moby Dick, I'll believe them.''
< The site does exactly that.
You can retroactively foretell the future! You write the original characters of the Bible in a particular type of grid, and look for prophecies! It's all the fun of fortune telling combined with the pure joy of word searches!
Seriously – this is pretty silly. First off, you realize how long the Bible is? It's not exactly a magazine here. And, well, if you can basically look all around in any which way for messages? You're basically going to find something. And since it's predictions, you can be as vague as you want! Why would God tell you essential information about the future in a straight-forward manner? Why say: "Hey, there's this dude who's gonna be named Hitler – don't let him become a dictator, a'ight?" when you can say "Where? Here. There is a Swastika for Your Friend, So You Can Calm Down", huh?