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From these links you can download the entire web site to read at your leisure (and to prove when we had the respective understandings).
You can download the entire biblecodeintro site as of 2016July13 (2016Ab5) or as an Adobe PDF ebook (last updated 05/01/2009) to be read at your leisure with an ebook of PDF reader. Or you can print it out as an A4 document (around 300 pages).
We now have our latest Biblical Lunar Calendar available for download. The physical Jews went round in geographical circles in the wilderness before entering the geographical promised land. And the spiritual Jews of today go round in chronological circles of the BLC upon entering the chronological promised land of the 1,000 year kingdom of God which runs from 2008Nisan22 to 3008Nisan14 but before entering into the promised land of the congregation of Zoar.
We have written this using the open source code of Tom Van Flandern and corrected by Raymond Gardener from the algorithms of Jean Meeus.
Pick a year between 4100 BC and 3100 AD and this program will list all the festivals in that year with their BLC and Gregorian dates.
This site uses two fonts which you may not have installed on your system. The files included in this zip file are TrueType fonts which can be installed on a Microsoft Windows system by copying them into the Fonts folder (accessible via the Control Panel).
This is the complete chart of all 24 Salvation covenants made between God and Man as we presently understand them (God is the Alpha and the Omega of Revelation 1, and there are 24 letters from Alpha to Omega inclusive in the Greek Alphabet).
Here are the links to two talks that Gordon gave on noun counting in the
bible code. Video 1 shows that Sir Isaac Newton
knew that the bible was written in a symbolic code (not an Equidistant Hebrew
Letter Skip Code). It then goes on to explain the two noun counting rules that
all bible accounts obey.
Video 2 explains how to actually use the Code and shows Gordon going through different accounts of the Gospels counting the nouns and applying the rules. It also shows a table of over 240 counted accounts in the Gospels. In fact we have now noun counted all the accounts in the Gospels except a couple of the larger ones. Please see U49.
Here is our recommended bible translation, our recommended bible dictionary and the complete works of Josephus, the Jewish Historian who was a contemporary of Jesus, and saw first hand the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 CE by the Roman General Titus. The GLT is the copyright of Jay P. Green, Sr. We agreed a licence with him to print it. We may yet base a translation on his.