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Patterns of Co-Linear Equidistant Letter Sequences and Verses

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2. The experiment

" We now take all possible pairs of words from this lexicon and test each pair to see if it is a PLS, using skip distances, d, 2d1,000. 6,060 PLSs were found."

All the 6,060 PLSs can be found here:

http://www.torahcodes.org/patterns/pls.pdf

 

 

"The other word of the PLS shares the same root (in Hebrew, ) as another word in the verse."

The roots of all the words in the Pentateuch can be found here:

http://www.torahcodes.org/patterns/roots.pdf

 

" the total number of PLS verse pairs is 1,698."

They can be found here:

http://www.torahcodes.org/patterns/all_1698.pdf

The second column (from right to left) shows the placement of the verse in P. (The first digit is the book, 2 digits for the chapter and 2 digits for the verse).

The third column shows the verse.

The 4th and the 5th column show the words of the phrase.

 

 

"the total number of related phrase verse pairs is 113."

Can be found here:

http://www.torahcodes.org/patterns/res_113.pdf

The second column (from right to left) shows the placement of the verse in P. (The first digit is the book, 2 digits for the chapter and 2 digits for the verse).

The third column shows the verse.

The 4th and the 5th 5th column show the words of the phrase.

The 6th and the 7th column describe the context of the 2 words in the verse.

The 8th and the 9th column describe the context of the 2 words in the verse.

The 10th column contains comments.

 

 

 

 

 

5. Results and conclusions:

 

Table 1

"The second row shows the independent results obtained by the consultants":

http://www.torahcodes.org/patterns/consul_138.pdf

The second column (from right to left) shows the placement of the verse in P. (The first digit is the book, 2 digits for the chapter and 2 digits for the verse).

The third column shows the verse.

The 4th and the 5th column show the words of the phrase.

 

"The third row shows the results obtained on the intersection of the author's and consultants' data sets.":

http://www.torahcodes.org/patterns/intersec_108.pdf

The second column (from right to left) shows the placement of the verse in P. (The first digit is the book, 2 digits for the chapter and 2 digits for the verse).

The third column shows the verse.

The 4th and the 5th column show the words of the phrase.

 

 

" The 4th row shows the results obtained on the combination of the author's and consultants' data sets. ":

http://www.torahcodes.org/patterns/comb_143.pdf

The second column (from right to left) shows the placement of the verse in P. (The first digit is the book, 2 digits for the chapter and 2 digits for the verse).

The third column shows the verse.

The 4th and the 5th column show the words of the phrase.

 

 

" The process of deciding if a phrase is related to a verse is a human one, and therefore necessarily subjective. It is, however, a relatively simple and in most cases an unambiguous task for anyone fluent in the language".

Some explanations in Hebrew as well as some simple linguistic rules for those who are not professional in Hebrew but fluent in the language, can be found here.

http://www.torahcodes.org/patterns/att_heb.pdf