Discovery

The author of a 10th-century collection of scriptures has been identified as the same scribe who wrote the the earliest known complete copy of the Hebrew Bible. The finding could influence future translations of the Hebrew Scriptures, also known as the Old Testament, according to a news release from Tyndale House, Cambridge, which published the …

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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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This news report from Turkey is stunning news for those following The Chamberlain Key. If indeed this Torah scroll is nearly 1,500 years old it would represent a Torah text 500 years older than the Leningrad Codex. Will the Turkish authorities make it available to scholars? Or will it be suppressed like the Aleppo Codex …

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After reading The Chamberlain Key, a Biblical Hebrew student astutely brought up the issue of minor variations in the consonant sequence of some of the oldest Biblical texts and wondered how these might affect our discoveries. While the minutia of textual analysis may be of little concern to most people who read the Scriptural translations …

Read moreThe Matter of Textual Variations in Scripture

A rabbit hole in the UK conceals the entrance to an incredible cave complex linked to the mysterious Knights Templar. New photos show the remarkable Caynton Caves network, which looks like something out of the movie “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.” The shadowy Knights Templar order is said to have used the caves. READ …

Read moreRabbit Hole Leads to Knights Templar Cave Complex