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Bible Code III
on 29 April 2012
Bible Code I was quite expansive, wide ranging and most detailed. Bible Code II was more restricted, yet detailed enough to support easily all statements. In contrast, Bible Code III is very restricted in its subject matter, rather singular, and, in order to justify a book sized commentary, extremely repetitive. In fact, reading the Notes at the end of the book, is an excellent summary of the entire book, even though this too is repetitive in places.
Essentially this book focuses on the stuartship of President B. Obama, 2008 - 2010, and it's potential course over 2012/13, ignoring all the previous events, also described for this period of 2012/13 in Bible Code I, yet world events are not that much isolated as in this book. Omitting the redundant elements (repetitions), this book could have been greatly enhanced by a wider perspective. Unless,of course, the author is now working on a more detailed volume for the period 2013 - 2015?