From: "DJ Mansfield" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Sterling D. Allan" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 06, 2001 8:05 PM
Subject: Re: BofM skip sequence
The most impressive "find" I have discovered in the Torah Code
concerning the Book of Mormon is using "Mormon Sefer," (Mormon
Book). The spelling: MRMN-SFR (MEM, RESH, MEM, NUN, SAMECH, PEY, RESH). This
is found at a skip of 105 (Gemtria 670) in Deuteronomy, chapter 32 to end of
book. Also in this same range, with a matrix of 98, are the following
1) Mi-Mitzrit (from Egyptian language), skip 9, probability 15.5%
2) Armit (Aramaic language), skip 8 (at a given skip, prob. 1.23%)
3) Be-Katav-ha-Sar (In script of the ruler), skip 98, prob. 0.356%
4) Mormon-Sefer (Mormon Book), skip 105, probability 0.0991%
5) Anglit (English language), skip 98, probability 4.5%
It is this kind of phenomena that is so very strange and lends credence in
my mind to the authenticity of both the Torah and the Book of Mormon. There is
only a 15.5% chance that "from the Egyptian language" would show in
this range, let alone the one-tenth of one percent chance of "Mormon-Sefer"
showing. Then add to that "English language" with a 4.5% chance of
showing--well, just with those three items showing, we have already entered
the realm of astronomical odds and we haven't even scratched the surface. We
have "Egyptian," "English" and "Mormon Book" all
historically related items, coming together relative to a common matrix in a
small range at negative odds (multiply .045 x .155 x .001 = 6.975-06) How are
we to explain this? Truthfully, mathematically it is impossible these
"finds" together are by chance. Then they must be by design, right?
This says nothing as to whether the Book of Mormon is true or not, or whether
the Torah is true or not, but somehow the letters spelling these things
relative to a common matrix (98) in the last chapters of Deuteronomy come
together in some kind of impossible, strange or miraculous way.
"Ibrit" (Hebrew language), by the way, comes up 4 times in this
range, but none are relative to the matrix of 98 nor less than chance would
allow. This is one of the reasons I have been working under the thesis that
the language the book was written in was an Egyptian Demotic shortland of
Aramaic. (I think the Brass Plates were an Aramaic Targum to be used in the
Temple in Syene, Egypt. Even before the Babylonian Captivity, Aramaic had
become an international language. It later became the language of both Talmud
and Zohar [Kabbalah]. Some Jewish sages have argued on what was the language
of the angels, Hebrew or Aramaic? They are closely related languages in any
I hope this is helpful. Please feel free to use this information in any way
that may be useful to you or your work. Dean.
In this same range, in the plain text is "Rosh Yosef," meaning,
"beginning of Joseph" or "head of Joseph" appears. Also,
using a different matrix--113-- "America," skip 226 (AMRIKH--ALEF,
MEM, RESH, YOD, KAF, HEY) shows up at a 19.5% probability. What is
interesting, however, is that there are three plain text entries of "Jeshurun,"
the name that Moses gives the land of Restoration of Israel in the last days.
These three entries triangulate AMERICA--draw straight lines connecting the
three "Jeshuruns" and AMERICA is contained in this triangle. This
whole section--Deut 32 to end--contain the last two Torah portions, Parashat
Haazinu & Parashat Vezot Ha-Berachah: The Song of Moses and the Blessing
of Moses. In the Song Moses calls heaven and earth to bear witness to the
calamities that will befall Israel if it sins, and the ultimate joy that will
come in the time of redemption. The Blessing contains the final words of
Moses. In Midrash it is taught that Moses continued the tradition of Jacob
when be blessed each of the tribes before his death. In any case, what is
interesting is how the encrypted information seems to be "layered."
Change the matrix from 98 to 113 and we have switched from "Mormon-Sefer"
to "America" and "Jeshurun" triangulating it.