The Samson Code
By Michael Moyes
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Published: Jan. 20, 2013
Words: 34,667 (approximate)
The Samson Code is an investigation of the Biblical story in comparison to many parallel
tales throughout world mythology. It is deduced that it is a story derived from the motions
of the planets through various constellations. These cosmic events were not ordinary but
caused much destruction and wrought fear within the hearts of ancient man. Similar events are forecast for our future.
The Samson Code investigates in great detail the mysterious story of Samson and Delilah of the Old Testament to reveal its astronomical origins. The true subject of the tale of the impetuous Hebrew brawler is the catastrophic wrenching of the earth within historic times. Discovering the starry symbolism of Samson is a key to understansing the words of Isaiah as well as John the Revelator for they also spoke in detail about the cosmos. Parallel stories exist throughout the ancient world; stories labelled as myths that are now discovered to be true descriptions of actual events. Many of these same events will be repeated in the end times...which are our times. To see the heavens as the ancients did is to unlock the full meaning of their prophetic warnings for our day. The Samson allegory is further proof of the theories of catastrophism as published by Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky more than five decades ago. For and eye-opening experience, please read on.
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