“Change your belief and you can change your world.”– Ernest Holmes
This website is not about changing anybody’s beliefs or belief system. It is all about digging through the pile of religious myths that have clouded the hearts and minds. Digging a tunnel of light through the 750,000 plus English words of today that further cloud the original texts.
This website is all about shedding light upon the original text from which the thousands of Bibles have been INTERPRETED; there are no TRANSLATIONS.
The question is do we care to know? Do we dare to know? Do we dare to confront? Do we dare to change our beliefs? Are we afraid of what we might find?
The database that is about to be released will make it easier to uncover the meaning of the original text. This database is not new information; but a new way of using the existing information….namely the James Strong Exhaustive Concordance. An incredible work developed in the mid 1800s by a team of 100 persons.
However, using hard copy is cumbersome and time consuming to dig to the roots of the words. Which is the only way to uncover the real meanings of the original texts.
The other databases use the English/German/etc. words chosen by the INTERPRETERS of the Bibles to search the depths.
If what is put into a database is an opinion, an interpretation….. than the output is based upon opinion, interpretations.
If on the other hand the input is the original word meanings then the output will be based upon those words…..not the interpretation. BIG DIFFERENCE IN OUTPUT.
The Bible/Bibles have been viewed from the INTERPRETATIVE position. When we take a different viewpoint, the view is quite different.
Circle a mountain with people holding hands and each one will give a slightly different description of the view.
- Ask those standing on the north dark side and they will say the mountain is in the dark.
- Ask those standing on the south side in the light and they will say the moutain is in the light.
- Ask those on the east side and they say the mountain leans to the right.
- Ask those on the west side and they say the mountain leans to the left.
Each perspective is correct from that individual viewpoint….doesn’t negate the view from overhead nor the view from being in the trees or the snow or the valleys, the caves, the ridges.
Time to take a look at the original text from the viewpoint of the original word meanings. That will be possible from the dictionary that evolves from the original word meanings; using the new database. Then we can compare the religious myths with that dictionary.
If the word does not appear in that dictionary; then it could not possibly have been used in the texts written 1845BC to 70AD. Texts that are the basis of the INTERPRETATIONS called Bibles. The books that seem to support the religious myths.
Charles Babbage 1791-1871 is credited with the first mechanical computer. From which came the adding machine and every other kind of mechanical sorting machines that led us to the present day computers.
The question that has always been asked; if the wrong numbers are put in will the correct answer come out. The conclusion has always been the same NO.
The same is true of words….. wrong words in wrong conclusion out.
Interestingly enough is that Charles Babbage lived in the same time era as the developers of the JSE. The team had to hand write every number, every word. Even today it has taken me 20 years to first of all understand the unique language of 1845BC to 70AD.
Then thousands of hours handwriting the same data as the JSE. Then thousands of hours inputting it into the computer. All of which made me very familiar with all of the data.
Now with a few key instructions the database will generate all kinds of hidden information. How do you want to view it? From the word type? From the meaning of the root word? From the progressions over time? From the perspective of Old Testament words used in the New Testament? From the word trees? From the time frame?
Does not matter; because all of these viewpoints are quite in contrast to the religious myths.
The bigger question is do we care to know? Do we dare to know? Do we dare to confront? Do we dare to change our beliefs?
Charles A Beard: Hope Quotations
When it is dark enough, you can see the stars.