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I’m delighted to announce that Chanan Tigay, my co-host in the History Channel Special  God Code,  is a finalist  for the prestigious Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature for his book “The Lost Book of Moses” If he wins the $100K first prize he’s promised to buy me a double espresso on our next film shoot in Jerusalem.  …

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Watch the 2-hour special on HISTORY. Behind locked doors in St. Petersburg, Russia is the Leningrad Codex, the world’s oldest complete text of the Hebrew Bible. Because of its ancient origins, it is a purer version of the Bible–containing words and characters lost in later translations. Timothy Smith, an antiquities expert, believes he’s found an …

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Purim, rooted in the Book of Esther, celebrates the exceptional theme of secrecy and hiding. Apart from the fact that God’s name does not occur in Esther[1] – a quality the apocryphal book shares only with the Song of Solomon – “the Purim story is used as a prime example of how God operates in …

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Those who are under the impression that the existence of letter skip codes in the ancient Hebrew Bible is just a modern theory spawned in the computer age may be surprised to learn that historical context for encrypted information (particularly in the Book of Genesis) can be documented to at least the 13th century AD, …

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“The more improbable an event, the more information it conveys” At its most basic level The Chamberlain Key presents the observation of an event (an event everyone is now invited to witness and analyze for themselves) so statistically ‘improbable’ that we should naturally expect it to yield a wealth of associated new information…and not only …

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