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Prince Charles, with the Pipe Wrench...
Lion & Lamb Ministries: Yavoh November 2001

File under: Interesting Okies

Monte Judah of Lion & Lamb Ministries of Norman Oklahoma, thinks Prince Charles is the Anti-Christ.

With the help of a friend more adept in computer programming, we wrote a computer program that would calculate the numerical value (gematria) for English. I limited the system only to the first 22 letters as the ancients had done (Hebrew and Greek only have 22 letters). Once the program was written, I was able to type in all the names for all world figures past and present, calculating the gematria for each with computer accuracy. I had no expectation whatsoever for anyone when I started entering names. I already knew Kissinger wasn't the antichrist.

Then it happened. I entered the name "Prince Charles of Wales". The value displayed was 666. Have you ever heard of an experience called, "tunnel vision." It is a real thing. My mind focused so hard that my vision contracted to an area limited to the numbers themselves. I thought I was passing out. No matter how many times I entered the name, the calculation was the same. Then it hit me. He is a Prince just as the Scripture says.

Anyone remember "The Bible Code", a similar attempt to use computers as a tool of prophecy?

I'll admit, I read it years ago while I was housesitting. Did you know there is a sequel?

Ah yes, there is..

The dramatic account opens on the morning of September 11, as Drosnin witnesses from his roof the attack on the World Trade Center--and then finds the terrible event predicted in the 3000-year-old Bible code.

But you see, to predict something, you have to know about it before it happens. In the case of making good predictions the Bible Code has been less than useful.

Drosnin admits that his coded messages in the Bible predicted that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu would be assassinated in 1996, beginning a major war. He explains away his error by saying the messages are not of things that will happen, but rather that may happen, and that he later discovered the word "delayed" repeatedly encoded near the Netanyahu messages. This delay, he posits, could have occurred because he was able to warn Netanyahu.

So the "predictions" are things that may or may not happen, and we can only find them after the event has actually happened?

Only bad things come about when people start typing random gibberish into computer programs.

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