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Dave B's New Peshitta web site

I am posting several links to web pages on the Peshitta codes I have found. 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 84 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 to 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.

These are links to my web site:

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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 Peshitta & Greek word studies
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.

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This discovery will be made known soon. It will rock the religious and scientific worlds. Gibson's film is just the beginning- the forerunner, if you will.

Dave B

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