Introduction to Ogle Welling Bible
I found a biblical code; without changing a single word, character, or space in any holy book written. I found a code in the sentence structure itself.
All holy books are written using Indo-European aka the original language as their base. Hidden within each is the framework of that original language.
I found a biblical code; the code consists of how the words, sentences, paragraphs, and chapters are arranged. Without changing a single character, space, word, sentence, paragraph, chapter, or book in any holy book written. The code is the sequence of words used, in exact pattern aka Tertiary format. Exactly like the construction of a protein in biology; each word/amino acid in exact sequence creating an understanding between then and now/tertiary protein.
All Indo European holy books are written using Indo-European language aka the original language as their base. Consequently contained within each holy book is the framework for that ancient language. By comparing and contrasting each holy book ( each one written not more than 4 language generations from the original first human language) a statistical model can be created to find the basic sentence structure and grammar rules of that original language.
All ancient languages of Indo European decent were both letter/words and numbers depending on how they were used in the sentence. This is the first clue or starting point to find and decode the ancient Indo-European language. The sentence structure rules point to the sequence of words/amino acids is more important than the word used.
I found a code in the bible. The code consists of how the words, sentences, paragraphs, and chapters are arranged. The placement of the words is just as important as the words themselves; often through this experiment the placement means more than the word itself. The word or sentence is an addition to the placement. The word placement sequence allows for a context for what is being presented.
Without changing a single character, space, word, sentence, paragraph, chapter, or book in any holy book written. Exactly the same as is found in biology. To create a protein requires the creation of x number of amino acids. To create a specific protein the sequence of the amino acid has to not only line up in exact sequence but the amino acid has to attach to the previous in an exact form. Then when the long line of amino acids form; they have to then twist into the tertiary format. After it is twisted into its tertiary format the protein can go to work. Same exact pattern in a written piece of material. The placement where the first word is located is just as important as the word itself. The first amino acid and the first word the first is itself an important step.
I discovered this concept while researching ancient languages; all cuneiform language of the first three generations were either letters or numbers depending on where each character was placed in the sentence. Sumerian, Hittite, Akkadian, etc. all still had that rule as their base. Not till Arabic and Hebrew did the switch start to occur using separate characters; or more appropriately dividing the language into x characters are now permanently letters and y characters are now permanently numbers. All western language numbers are from the y list; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and the eventually to be added 0.
Several western culture religious books are written using Sumerian, Arabic, and Indus Harappa. Genesis was originally either written in or orally retold using either a predecessor to Sumerian or Sumerian. Arabic is a 5 generation language from Sumerian; so part of the infrastructure of Indo European language is still in the basic spelling and grammar rules in Arabic. Consequently the rules of indo European can still be found in the Quran, as well as the Torah.
Found a code
Indo European language format;
[ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ]
[ 1] [ 2] [ 3] [ 4] [ 5] [ 6] [ 7] [ 8] [ 9] [ 10] [ font-size:20] [ font-size:20] [ 13]
Vinca 4000 bce
Linear A 4000 b.c.e
Indus Harappa 4000 b.c.e
Cuneiforn language family;
Sumerian; southern Mesopotamia (modern Iraq) 4th millennium b.c.e - 2,000 b.c.e .
Old Persian Cuneiform
Ugaritic; northern Syria 14th century BC.