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Torah Code 2012 and Planet X

Yowusa.com, 17-Dec-2009
Marshall Masters

Torah Code 2012 and Planet X We've long known about Biblical textual references to Planet X, but is there more? Yes. Much more, thanks to dedicated Torah Code researchers in New York and Jerusalem.

The early results from this new body of work are stunning in their implications as they portend a catastrophic nuclear war and Planet X flyby.

Torah Code research is a 21st century Bible Code game changer, because it employs technology far more powerful than what was available to 20th century Bible Code researchers.

Simply put, the technological difference between Bible Code research technology and Torah Code research is as dramatic as two cans and a string vs. an Applie iPhone 3G. It's big!

Consequently, these new Torah Codes are calling out to us with urgent warnings. The year 2012 is when we'll know it's time to shut up, lock our tray tables in the upright position and assume the crash position.

The Next Generation Bible Code

Where does this technology difference materialize between the Bible Codes and the Torah Codes? In a word, "reliability." This is largely because today's Torah Code researchers are using state of the art, cluster computer technology.

Current Torah Code technology is arguably 720x more powerful (in this author's opinion), then what was available to Michael Drosnin when he first published his best selling book, Bible Code in 1998.

To help illustrate the point, I'll compare the Intel processor I used in my own personal computers in 1998 and with the one I'm using today.

Drosnin Bible Code
Torah Code 2012
Intel Processor
Pentium II
Core i7-920
Windows OS
Instruction Set
Bus Speed
Dhrystone 2.1
Maximum RAM
Millions of Transistors
Simple Averages (For Comparative Purposes Only)
Drosin, Bible Code 1998
Torah Code 2012 (2008) Simple Average
Torah Code 2012 (2009) 30 Computer Cluster

Intel Core i7How powerful are these computer clusters is a logical question as many still think of powerful computers as needing to be huge, water cooled mainframe monsters?

Truth be known, if clusters were fighter airplanes, they're last thing you want to see behind you, in your "six," as the Top Guns call it. A mainframe you could dodge more easily.

While mainframes are still great for calculating multi-national payroll programs, when it comes to scientific research, cluster and cloud computing technologies offer significantly more speed and flexibility, plus huge cost savings.

It's why companies like Google use them extensively and why agencies such as NASA have been replacing mainframe computers with computer clusters for years.

NASA Computer Cluster

In fact, the first time this author ever saw a working research cluster was in 1998 at the NASA Ames Research Center in the heart of the Silicon Valley.

Based on the Linux operating system (which is used by more Web servers today than Microsoft) this early Linux cluster was built by NASA engineers, to replace an older mainframe with a network of inexpensive IBM PC personal computers. In the process, NASA replaced a vastly more expensive and difficult to manage, research mainframe on the cheap.

Quite an amazing feat when you consider that they were using PCs just barely powerful enough to un Windows 95k ahd ike the old saying goes, "we've come a long way babyl."

On the other hand, how are we to know that? Enter Richard Shaw and Pin Light Productions.

Torah Code 2012 — The Movie

Richard Shaw, Pin Light ProductionsAs a Planet X researcher, I was approached earlier this year by Richard Shaw, an independent film producer in Hollywood. His company, Pin Light Productions is scheduled to release new documentary film next titled Torah Code 2012.

Richard is brilliant producer and director and after watching his film Beat the Drum (2003), there was no question in my mind that he's the right man to bring this vital knowledge to the public.

Beat the DrumBeat the Drum focuses on the plight of AIDS orphans in Africa. He follows a young boy, one of the 12 million orphaned by this epidemic as he picks up the pieces of his life after losing his parents to AIDS.

Both engaging and uplifting, his directing stye is perfectly suited to this groundbreaking, global film effort. Unlike the cookie cutter formula films that Hollywood produces these days, Richard brings depth and art to his films, that is both compelling and heart touching.

However, what really made me stand up and take notice, is that Torah Code researcher as now finding Planet X codes — primarily for the year 2013.

For those of you who've read our book, Planet X Forecast and 2012 Survival Guide, these findings offer corroboration for the orbital forecast developed by Jacco van der Worp, MSc. For this reason and the fact that's the right man for the job, I accepted Richard's invitation to join the project, which already features a cast of heavy hitters:

  • Dr. LA Marzulli
  • Professor Eliyahu Rips
  • Rabbi Glazerson
  • Professor Robert Haralick
  • Spiritual Advisor Michael Beckwith

Since joinging the production effort last summer, I've enjoyed participaing in a very insightful dialog with the other members of the cast. All serious men with a serious commitment to the work, and here is one example of what I'm seeing.

An extremely tight code produced by the Torah Code researchers in Jerusalem and New York for 2013. This is chilling!

This code "The Star Nibiru in 2013," was first discovered by Rabbi Glazerson and no doubt, many of you have keyed in on the spelling in this matrix, which uses "Nabiru" instead of the more common "Nibiru."

Likewise, so will the cynics and debunkers now that their Moby Dick monkey text attacks are useless to them. If they do, you'll know they're grabbing at straws, and here is why. Continue to next page...

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