The Coming of Jesus: The Real Message of the Bible Codes!

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In this illuminating new book, the Codes-or gematria-of the Bible are decoded to reveal predictions of the first coming of Jesus as a child born in Bethlehem, of his Second Coming and of Earth's Great Millennium. Readers will be fascinated by the magnificent journey revealed by The Coming of Jesus-a journey that transports them from the Biblical era to the present day. Author Bonnie Gaunt also demonstrates that the time line for the fulfillment of end-time prophecies is encoded within the prophecies themselves. ...
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Overview

In this illuminating new book, the Codes-or gematria-of the Bible are decoded to reveal predictions of the first coming of Jesus as a child born in Bethlehem, of his Second Coming and of Earth's Great Millennium. Readers will be fascinated by the magnificent journey revealed by The Coming of Jesus-a journey that transports them from the Biblical era to the present day. Author Bonnie Gaunt also demonstrates that the time line for the fulfillment of end-time prophecies is encoded within the prophecies themselves. Chapters in this exciting book cover:
  • the Symbol Code
  • the Symbol of the Lamb
  • the Number Code
  • the Ancient System of Gematria
  • the Equidistant Letter Sequence Code and its message of the coming of Jesus
  • the Constellation Code
  • and how difficult codes combine to reveal even more fascinating information.

Filled with completely new information and compelling analysis of new and old codes, The Coming of Jesus shows how clues to the coming Golden Age exist in the Pyramids, Stonehenge, the Bible and other ancient "texts." Compelling reading for anyone interested in Christianity, or secret codes, as well as the general public, this book breaks the codes that affect all mankind.
The Buddha Smiles is a collection of 250 delightful dharmatoons-cartoons that explain, explore and have fun with life along the Buddhist path to enlightenment. The book follows a group of human and nonhuman seekers of nirvana, exposing their strengths and weaknesses (and ours as well) in the process. The Buddha Smiles gently teaches the nature of Buddhist thought through cartoons on the Four Noble Truths, The Eightfold Path and the nature of the hindrances along the path. Many of the cartoons are outright funny-while others gently, wryly illuminate fears and emotional pains. Through her deft pen and incisive understanding, Mari lights the path. This is the very first trade book of Buddhist cartoons.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780932813701
  • Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press
  • Publication date: 7/28/1999
  • Pages: 220
  • Sales rank: 1,407,018
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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