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The Biblical Alphabet & Consciousness

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Date: Wednesday - September 1, 2004
Host: George Noory
Guests: Stan Tenen, Seth Shostak

Researcher Stan Tenen shared his theories about meaning and consciousness that he has interpreted from the ancient Biblical alphabet. The text of Genesis, he said, can be looked at like a woven structure, where meanings are seen in the pattern, beyond just what the words spell out. This structure is like a software program that once activated in your mind can be a path to a higher view or enlightenment, he explained. Biblical Hebrew is an "acronym language," he continued, where "each letter can be read as a word, and each word as a sentence."

Mysterious Signals

First hour guest, Seth Shostak of the SETI Institute discussed a recent New Scientist article which reported on mysterious radio signals, that some posit could be coming from an ET source. He believes the story is being over-hyped, as nothing has been proven as of yet about the signals which are just one of many candidates derived from the SETI@home Project.

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