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I am posting several links to web pages on the Peshitta codes I have produced. Some are articles I have written for Bible Codes Digest web site; some are excel files from my original experiment which is a search for 75 Divine names in Hebrew and Aramaic as ELS codes by skipping letters in the Peshitta New Testament. I have written somewhat on this in my original post on this forum.

Please follow the links in my articles posted by Bible Code Digest; they will take you to other articles I have written. No one else has done this kind of study that I know of. The results are very impressive and have led to other studies of word comparisons in Greek and Aramaic ,which confirm my conclusions from the experiment.
I conclude from the experiment of hundreds of searches that my hypothesis is supported by the results overwhelmingly , namely , that
"If God has coded the Bible text, He would certainly encode His Names and Titles in the text at many skip levels in highly significant numbers which could not be duplicated in other uninspired texts, thus leaving His Divine signature and watermark, showing that it is the original and Divine scripture."

This experiment shows
1.very powerful statistical evidence that The Peshitto text (27 book canon) is inspired ;
2. That it is not a translation, but the original text behind the Greek NT.

I have links here for exhaustive word comparisons in the Greek and Peshitto texts which verify these results, involving a total of over 10,000 words in Aramaic and Greek combined.
I hope to improve and increase the contents of these in the near future. Please ply me with your questions on this information.

[http://www.biblecodedigest.com/page.php/108

http://www.biblecodedigest.com/page.php/135

http://www.biblecodedigest.com/page.php/192

http://www.biblecodedigest.com/page.php/130


http://members.fortunecity.co.uk/davidba...tudies.htm

http://members.fortunecity.co.uk/davidba...rimacy.htm

http://members.fortunecity.co.uk/davidba...odes.4.htm


Blessings in The Name of Yeshua,


Dave B
Brothers,


I hope more will check this out and comment. If you don't understand it, let me know and I'll try to simplify and explain it.


I believe the link :
http://members.fortunecity.co.uk/davidba...tudies.htm
reveals a method which conclusively proves that The Peshitta is the original and The Greek NT is a translation of it. It uses the Hebrew Old Testament- LXX model of original-translation by which to compare The Peshitta-Greek NT.
The ratios consistently support the same above conclusion !

These are not codes; they are merely word-pair studies done with
MS Word and Online Bible with Hebrew OT, Peshitta NT, LXX, Greek NT (Byzantine and Westcott & Hort), as well as Latin Vulgate.

Online Bible can search phrases or word combinations in any of the above versions and list all the verses along with as many parallel versions as I like.
I paste these search lists of verses into MS Word; MS Word can give statistics for each word I want totals for. I did a search for all occurrences of Ihsous in Greek, for example,listing all the verses in Greek and Aramaic parallel to each other;obtained total for the Greek word in MS Word and corresponding total for Aramaic "Yeshua" . I divide the latter into the former.The result is 96%.

Then I did the same in reverse; Searching all occurrences of "Yeshua" and listing all verses along with the Greek parallels at the same time. Word finds the total for the number of "Yeshua"; I then find the number of Greek Ihsous in the same list of verses which correspond to Yeshua and match up in those verses to the Aramaic. I divide the latter (Greek) into the former (Aramaic);
The result is 63%.

This is the pattern for an Aramaic original. It matches consistently with the Hebrew OT-LXX model. Since the Greek words are derived from the Aramaic text, it makes sense that a higher percentage of these will be matched to the Aramaic equivalent than the reverse.

The Aramaic does not derive from the Greek, therefore when I do a search of all occurrences of an Aramaic word and list all the parallel and corresponding Greek words, the ratio of corresponding Greek to the total Aramaic occurrences is lower.

This pattern holds consistently for large numbers of words- usually over 100 in a search. All forms of a word must be included, so it is important to know the language roots, proclitics, enclitics, Greek declensions,conjugations and irregular forms well.

I hope to get Dean Dana's attention soon so I can publish this monumental discovery, along with the codes !,[font=Estrangelo (V1.1)]0hl0l 0txwb$t[/font]


P.S. : Check out my Aramaic Bible Codes forum. I have new links there on the codes experiment and another on the above study.

Dave B
What software did you use in your research? I've heard of some Bible Code softwares out there but I am not sure which one is the best.

Make sure you get a good publisher for your book.

Preferably well known publishers so that your great discovery will be distributed all the world and hopefully publicized by Time magazine like Michael Drosnin's Bible Code. <!-- s:bigups: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/bigups.gif" alt=":bigups:" title="Big Ups" /><!-- s:bigups: -->

I am not sure whether Christian publishers in America will publish your work because your research is against the widely accepted belief in the Western churches that Greek NT is the original. Have you approached them?

Don't get publishers that is well known for publishing occult, UFO, conspiracy theories or stuff like that.

Hope to hear more news from you in this forum.
Thanks Dan,

I use CodeFinder Millenium Edition. It is the best by far and I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to search for Bible codes. Roy Reinhold is a distributor and codes researcher at ad2004.com where you can find it and other Hebrew software, articles, etc. Roy is a great guy and has appeared on the Discovery Channel presenting the codes he has found in the Tanakh , and will be appearing again next month, I believe.

I know it will be difficult to find a major publisher anywhere who will publish such a controversial subject as this - that The Aramaic NT is The Divinely authored and original NT. I do believe God has chosen to reveal it at this time, however, and that He will open the doors necessary to publicize this information. Perhaps you could all petition Dean Dana on this behalf as well; I have written him thrice and have no response yet.
He is a moderator of this web site and has AramaicBooks.com as his Book Store web site. He can be reached here or there.

Thanks for your interest and prayers.

Blessings in Marya Yeshua,

Dave B
Shlama, Dave,
I think that You are a computer programmer.
If you can check the accuracy of the text and
the primacy also. Try to check Peshitta and Peshitto 22 books. As you should know they have differences (small). S0, which text is more correct?original?
I believe that nothing in universe is occasional but everything has a true reason to exist.
Try this also. Take a book about the same size as Peshitta, only some original and try it for codes.
I believe it should work also.

Thank You.
Sam.

drmlanc

Try the Greek against the Peshitta and see how they match up, for it seems that even translations and corruptions will have codes too. For instance, we can all accept that the HOT has errors in it so isn't the exact same as the very first original, yet it still has the codes.

As for Dean, he is a good guy, just been MIA for a while. I think continuously pestering him now, and when he comes back sees 50+ emails from codes fanatics DEMANDING that he publish you, will just freak him out and put him off <!-- sSmile --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/smile.gif" alt="Smile" title="Smile" /><!-- sSmile -->
Akhin Sam and Chris,

I have checked War and Peace in Hebrew and The Greek NT for codes, to no avail. The results are statistically insignificant; far different from the Peshitto-Peshitta.

I have also compared the 22 book Peshitta against the Peshitto; the results are very similar, though it is difficult to determine which is closer to the original, because the texts are so close. One method of averaging the results favors the Peshitta and another method favors the Peshitto; each is very close to the other, however, so I don't think I can definitely say yet. Perhaps more words need to be searched. I hope to have an answer in the near future, but for now, either text represents one of the most amazing phenomena to ever hit planet earth, (in my humble opinion).

Thanks for the input.

Blessings in our Lord,

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Dave B
gbausc Wrote:Brothers,


I hope more will check this out and comment. If you don't understand it, let me know and I'll try to simplify and explain it.


I believe the link :
http://members.fortunecity.co.uk/davidba...tudies.htm

Hi Dave B, do I need a special font to view the site properly?

Wayne
Wayne,

Use Elronet Monospace font and install Online Bible Greek and Hebrew fonts from Online Bible's web site; it all free. If you don't have the Online Bible M.E., get it with The Peshitta NT and Greek versions. Its a great product.
I hope this works for you.

Blessings in The Name,

Dave B
gbausc Wrote:Wayne,

Use Elronet Monospace font and install Online Bible Greek and Hebrew fonts from Online Bible's web site; it all free. If you don't have the Online Bible M.E., get it with The Peshitta NT and Greek versions. Its a great product.
I hope this works for you.

Blessings in The Name,

Dave B

Thanks Dave B.

By Peshitta NT, do you mean the Lamsa translation? That is the only Aramaic translated version I can find on the site.

Wayne
Wayne,

You have the wrong site; Go to :
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Find ancient texts and look for Peshitta Syriac NT.
gbausc Wrote:Wayne,

You have the wrong site; Go to :
<!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.online-bible.com/winonlinebible.html">http://www.online-bible.com/winonlinebible.html</a><!-- m -->

Find ancient texts and look for Peshitta Syriac NT.

OK, everything works now, thanks.

Couldn't a Greek primacist argue that you are making your division exactly backwards to get the percentage you desire based upon the presumption of Aramaic primacy?

Wayne
Akha Wayne,

Sure he could, but he would be wrong. I have also compared the LXX-Hebrew OT relationship and the same method shows the ratios support the Hebrew primacy and LXX translation in The OT. Look at the right side of the chart where I compare these two as well.
The percentages consistently support The Hebrew text as original in the OT and The Peshitta in the NT. I have not selected only favorable results; the data is consistent, as long as a sufficient number of data exists for the words studied (usually 100 or more words)and there is a reasonable meaning correlation between word pairs.

Blessings,

Dave B
Dave,
in Your answer You mentioned that it seems that translations and corruptions have codes too. Then, based on what You write about Aramaic NT text :"That it is not a translation, but the original text behind the Greek NT"?
Also, I do not see our beloved brother Paul Younan's participations in the forum, do You have any idea where is he?
Sam
Paul Younan has a new baby to take care of late at night and is diagnosed with "Obstructive Sleep Apnea (which is when something in your airway collapses during sleep and obstructs your breathing.) Left untreated, it is deadly."
http://www.peshitta.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=564

Please pray for him.


Shlama!
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