Bible Code III: Saving the World

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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 ...
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Overview

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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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780615399638
  • Publisher: Worldmedia, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/19/2010
  • Pages: 232
  • Sales rank: 223,284
  • Product dimensions: 7.10 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.10 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 15, 2010

    Highly Recommended

    Though I have not read the first two books, I did enjoy reading this one. You are reminded of past history of horrific events done in the name of religion and also natural disasters of our past. Actually felt like I was in the middle of a good movie. In fact the concept would make a good movie. Was a little disappointed that it didn't detail future events as would be found by the code in the Bible. A good short read, start to finish in a few hours.

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