Thanks 1698code. I do generally support freedom of speech, and I don't see anything hateful or inciting violence in these posts. So I'm glad to provide you with hosting for the material, and whatever little traffic we get here.[Jerry, delete these posts if you don't want them on your site]
Even if we presume that this is deliberately designed to yield a significant number (or even if it's been supernaturally guided as such): how does this tell us whether to believe it or not? Given that presumption, it could mean that some force for good is telling us that it's true, or that it's false... or it could be some evil being or entity trying to deceive us?[underlined]:
The only reason why I nevertheless continue to express my concerns is that I cannot refrain from urging national and international public health agencies to immediately engage their populations in large scale antiviral chemoprophylactic campaigns, especially in highly vaccinated countries.
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What if you were to also 'count' some random, unconnected text as well? An article about a local high school basketball team, or some ads from Craigslist? Would you find 'significant' numbers at a similar rate?I will try to 'count' a bit of this man's text in the next week or so.
I agree it would be more helpful if Vanden Bossche would specify more clearly what he has in mind. Most of the "health freedom" folks are promoting such as HCQ, ivermectin, zinc, quercetin, povidone iodine, vitamin D as antivirals. But if that's what he wants, why doesn't he say so?Sounds like the Ghent graduate wants to pass out a chemical of some kind on a mass scale (maybe I am wrong).
Robert Eisenman's work is very important, but I find it hard to read. Andrew Gould wrote a very accessible summary which was posted to Eisenman's website. Gould's website is down today, but I found the article at the Wayback Machine:I will read some of The New Testament Code
I'm curious about that book, too. From what I can tell of the preview at Amazon, it's based on Abelard Reuchlin and Roman Piso's view.and look again at the Henry Davis book, Creating Christianity