P R

This result of ours means that an entire historical part of the Old Testament consists of several pieces: Ty Ky Ny Py Ry S[a], some of which are repeated in the Bible several times and installed in different places of the Biblical canon, which leads to a "long" chronicle line B described above. In other words, many pieces in the Old Testament indicated in the chronicle line By apparently describe the same events.

This fact contradicts the Scaligerian chronology, according to which different books of the Bible, except for 1-2 Samuel +1-2 Kings and 1-2 Chronicles, describe different events. Let us explain now the meaning of the indicated symbols in the Biblical chronicle line B by presenting fragments of the Bible respectively corresponding thereto.

T- Exodus;

N/P/R = Leviticus + Numbers + Deuteronomy + Joshua + Judges, ch. 1-18;

Thus, besides the sequence of fragments T R T S[a] at the end of the chronicle = line By is repeatedly described in 1-2 Chronicles. These two last series of duplicates are the only ones known before. Other duplicates presented above have not been known before. This is how these duplicates within "chapters" 1-170 in the Bible are revealed on the frequency matrix K{T\: Two series of previously known duplicates -"chapters" 98-137 and "chapters" 138-167 duplicating them - lead to appearance, along with the maxima filling the main diagonal, of another diagonal, also filled with maxima and parallel to the main one for the lines numbered 98-137, fig. 5.41 and fig. 5.42.

These diagonals are depicted in fig. 5.41 by black inclined segments. Lines 138-167 virtually consist of zeroes. Remaining duplicates are revealed through local peaks approximately identical in size, arranged on intersections of the appropriate lines and columns corresponding to duplicates. The duplicates of series T, those most frequently encountered in the Old Testament, are depicted in fig. 5.42.

Then we had additionally analyzed frequency matrices K{T} and P{T}. Each series of duplicates that we had discovered was united a singular generation chapter, after which matrices K{ T} and P{ T] were calculated again. It turned out that these new matrices, those following the identification of duplicates differ from the initial ones notably and satisfy the frequency damping principle substantially better.

The application of our method to the complete frequency matrix K{T} with the size of 218 X 218 — i.e., for the entire Bible, broken up into 218 generation chapters - revealed that the current Scaligerian chronology of the books of the Old and New Testament is apparently incorrect. It turns out that in order to make the sequence of Biblical "chapters" 1-218 chronologically correct, it is necessary to shuffle "chapters" 1-191, i.e., the Old Testament, and "chapters" 192-218, i.e., the New Testament, in a certain specific manner - the books of the Old Testament and the New Testament should be mixed and moved into each other the way the teeth of two combs do. We omit the details of this rearrangement due to the bulkiness of the material, and shall only present one example below - but a very representative one.

After such a "ordering rearrangement" and the identification of duplicates we have discovered that the matrices K{T} and P{T} become almost ideally damping ones in the Old and the New Testament.

These results indicate that, most probably, the books of the Old and the New Testament were created more or less simultaneously within the same historical epoch, and it was only later that the Scaligerian chronology moved them apart by many hundred years arbitrarily, far from each other, and into the deep past. Moreover, some books of the New Testament were most likely created earlier than the Old Testament. Let us recall that the Scaligerian chronology assures us that the Old Testament was allegedly created several hundred years before the New Testament.

9.4. A representative example: the new statistical dating of the Apocalypse, which moves from the New Testament into the Old Testament

Let us illustrate the effect of mixing the books of the Old Testament and the New Testament on the example of the Apocalypse (Revelation of St. John) - the last book in the New Testament in the Scaligerian ordering. Therefore this book has the last number 218 in our numeration of the "Scaligerian generation chapters".

If this current location of the Apocalypse in the Bible was chronologically accurate, then its frequency column graph of the names K{T, 218), i.e., with Q = 218, would have to look like the lower graph in fig. 5.43.

However; the actual frequency graph for the Apocalypse is entirely different! See the upper graph in fig. 5.43. It is surprising that the maximum of the graph isn't reached in the "chapters" close to the Apocalypse, i.e., number 218, but, rather, in the remote "chapters" 70-80 on the frequency graph of names, and the remote chapters 74-77 and 171-179 on the frequency graph of parallel places and references.

In other words, the absolute maximum of both graphs is not in the New, but the Old Testament books, currently separated from the Apocalypse by several hundred years. Thus, we revealed an explicit contradiction to the frequency damping principle, soundly confirmed earlier in reliably dated and chronologically correctly ordered texts. We already know how to react in such cases - transpose the Biblical "chapters" in such a way that their frequency graphs begin to fade

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