iTorahCode

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Have you ever wondered if your name is in the Hebrew Torah, or Bible. Is it true that past, present and future events are all encoded in the Torah?

In a world first, iTorahCode brings Hebrew Torah Code search capabilities to iPhone and iPod touch.

Based on CodeFinder, the worlds leading Bible Code software, iTorahCode presents an easy to use interface to search for Torah Codes in the Hebrew Torah.

In just seconds you can search for the Torah’s encoded words and then display both the matrix it appears in and the verse that it begins in.

With iTorahCode, Research Systems  brings you a custom version of  CodeFinder specially developed for the iPhone and iPod Touch.

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Incorporating the masoretic text of the Hebrew Torah, iTorahCode allows you to find subsets of hidden Bible Codes similar to those shown on our CodeFinder Hebrew codes pages.

iTorahCode allows you to search for the main term of a matrix and to observe the phenomenon whereas the surrounding text is often, in some way, related to the embedded code.

Using iTorahCode is simplicity itself.  Merely choose the approximate number of results that you would like to see, enter a word and, finally, tap the search button.

iTorahCode will then begin a search of the scripture text for embedded codes matching your search word.

Note that the number of results expected is subject to statistical variation. Although iTorahCode does it’s best, it may still show a few more or less results than requested.

If you want to see the perhaps more significant results then select the ‘First 5’ button before searching. This will ‘cherry pick’ what the software has determined to be the more statistically interesting results.

Don’t forget to enable the Hebrew keyboard on your iPhone first. Navigate through Settings, General, Keyboard, International Keyboards on your iPhone, or iPod, and turn Hebrew to ON.

As embedded codes are found they will be shown on the screen directly. Tap the screen over one of these and the associated matrix will be displayed.  You can do this even if the progress bar is showing that the search is not yet complete.

The verse in which the word starts is displayed in bold. The other values indicate the skip value and start letter in the text.  In general, lower absolute skip values have the higher significance.

If the search is taking a little longer than you expected then just tap the ‘Abort’ button.  This will drop you out of the search, whilst retaining any displayed results.

When a result is tapped the matrix will be displayed. Within the matrix you will see your search word highlighted in red.

Now is the time to visually scan the matrix for related text. Here we can see the name Yitzhak Rabin highlighted. This is crossed by the term ‘Assassin will Assassinate’ as shown in our main CodeFinder page.

Finally, you may be interested in viewing the verse in which the search word starts.  For this just tap on the ‘Verse’ button. When finished just tap ‘OK’.

Compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch

Category: Entertainment
Released: November 11, 2009
Publisher: Kevin Acres
Price: $1.99 (buy app)

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