Premonitions of the Holocaust


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  1. I find it difficult to relate to what Bjerknes is saying. I have seen his name before on Amazon, where books he has written on Albert Einstein’s work can be inspected. But what he seems to be saying there is so far from the general consensus in the physics community, that I just moved on. “Another flatearther or something like that”, I thought.
    But I did listen to the first half of the above video. And some of the things in there may be right. I don’t know, because I haven’t thought much about those things before. He did show a page of a book he has written, and there was a dumb error there, because the discussed word had the Hebrew lettter KAPH in it (כ), that obviously has to be a BETH (ב). So that was a bit of a bummer. But of course spelling errors do occur, although the word in question was the exact word for “return” that in the Bible has a missing VAV ( ו Letter no. 6 in the Hebrew alphabet ). It is however a fact that there are many people who look for secret messages in ancient texts, and that even includes the works of Shakespeare. The story Bjerknes tells here is about extreme beliefs. And when people detect unusual patterns or systems in ancient texts, it is not surprising to learn that some may see it as something of a cosmic revelation.

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