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The God Code [Format Kindle]

Gregg Braden

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Author and computer systems designer Gregg Braden wrapped this entire book around the premise that God's name is literally encoded into every human body. According to Braden's logic, the basic elements of DNA--hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen and carbon--directly translate into specific letters of the Hebrew alphabets (YHVA), which then translate into the original name of God. Braden's hope is that knowing that God's signature is carried within each cell of the estimated six billion humans on earth will give humankind the evidence we need to overcome our differences and renew our faith:

Beyond Christian, Jew, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Shinto, Native, Aboriginal, white, black, red, or yellow; man, woman, or child, the message reminds us that we are human. As humans, we share the same ancestors and exist as the children of the same Creator. In the moments that we doubt this one immutable truth, we need look no further than the cells of our body to be reminded. This is the power of the message within our cells.

One could argue that this melding of spirituality and science may be the next frontier in human evolution. Nonetheless, skeptics could also argue that this DNA=YHVA equation is an eerie coincidence, instead of a quantum breakthrough--like folding a $20 bill in a certain shape and seeing the twin towers in flames (Braden dispels such skepticism by asserting that the "odds that this relationship has occurred by chance are approximately 1 in 200,000"). This is neither a consistent or easy read. Some passages are filled with dense, analytical stretches of cross referencing ancient texts with modern science. Others are more prosaic as Braden explains his beautifully optimistic hope for peace on Earth. --Gail Hudson

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In this dense, tangent-filled book, bestselling author Braden (The Isaiah Effect) argues that every human being has the name of God literally embedded in his or her DNA. Braden's research relies heavily on the kabalistic technique of assigning numerical values to each letter of the Hebrew alphabet. He begins by correlating the essential elements of the human body (hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen and carbon) to their Hebrew equivalents, then he calculates their alpha/numeric values and finds that these elements spell out the Hebrew letters for God-YHVH. Braden attempts to make his explanations of this complicated process clear and free of scientific jargon. Despite his efforts, however, the chapters tend to drag, and the book contains many unnecessary digressions. He actually spends the first half of the volume discussing the theories of creationism and evolutionism, so that he doesn't reach his God-DNA arguments until midway through the book. After he does explain his finding, Braden spends the last section of the book ruminating on its possible implications. He speculates that "through the primal act of creating human life, God shared a part of himself as he 'breathed his breath' into our species." He wonders if "we will allow...the diversity within Christian, Hebrew, and Muslim values" to divide the world irrevocably. He speaks of scientists who believe it is possible for humans to one day live in a perfect world, free from disease, decay and war, should man truly understand that every person, no matter what race or religion, is made of the same stuff, and made by the same creator. Braden's message of unity is an appealing one, but this book's rambling style makes for a laborious read.
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Gregg Braden est un auteur de best-sellers. Après une carrière prolifique dans l'informatique de haut niveau, il entreprend une quête qui le conduit dans des monastères de l'Égypte, du Pérou et du Tibet à la recherche des secrets encodés dans les traditions ancestrales. Ses travaux ont fait de lui un pionnier et un expert dans le domaine de la physique quantique et de la matrice divine.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Wonderful Book! 29 décembre 2003
Par Phyllis L. Swenson - Publié sur Amazon.com
If ever there is a modern day prophet alive today it is Gregg Braden. I can only describe his latest book, The God Code, in one glorious word: "WOW!" I received my copy of the book on Christmas Eve from Amazon.com and what a great holiday gift it is. I've read Gregg's previous books, Awakening to Zero Point, Walking Between the Worlds and The Isaiah Effect, and loved them. But, in my opinion, The God Code is his greatest achievement. Within the pages of the book, Gregg reveals a coded message which has been found within the molecules of life, deep within the DNA in each cell of our bodies. He compares the DNA and chemical elements within our bodies with the ancient Hebrew letters for God and deciphers an equation of life that reveals a hidden code which shows that God exists in our bodies and that God's essence is written within our own DNA molecules. According to Gregg, the code of God that is written in our DNA supports, sustains and brings us hope "when the events of our lives test us beyond reason. The message within our cells stands as a living and immutable symbol, a touchstone reminding us that we are not alone; we are here 'on purpose', as the result of an intentional act of creation; we are inextricably linked to one another and all life; and we share a unique trait - the essence of God - in a way that sets us apart from all other life on Earth." This astounding discovery, if understood and accepted fully, can be a catalyst that can resolve conflicts and wars within families and nations and could possibly usher in a world of peace and unity. The God Code within ourselves is the living miracle which can create a better world for all mankind. The book combines both science and spirituality and is an easy as well as an enjoyable read. I highly recommend it!
42 internautes sur 48 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A real challenge to absorb. 29 juin 2005
Par DJ Hancock - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I purchased the God Code after being impressed with Mr Braden's Awakening to Zero Point material. Even though I thoroughly enjoy anything that attempts to combine spiritualism and science, it took me a while to absorb the true messages beneath his words.

Quantum science proves we are energy based beings; our carbon based bodies beyond molecules, are waves of energy that when we "look" form particles. The idea that the vibration of the chemical composition of our cells translates to "God/Eternal Within the Body" in Hebrew, Sanskrit, and its been suggested even Arabic, is truely an amazing feat of genetic engineering so to speak.

The idea that this is an accident - is just fallacy. There is definitely a universal intelligence behind our design, and the way Braden presents this information is admirable, at a time when Unity is a matter of strategic importance. Quantum science shows that unity strengthens the field, disunity weakens it.

The overiding message I get from this book is that all life is precious, because we all have a vibration that comes from the same source. I recommend this book highly, and it makes a useful complement with Dr. Bruce Lipton's Biology of Belief.

If ever there was a justification for treating your neighbour with the same integrity and respect as you would yourself, this certainly adds to it. The only minor qualification I would make is that if you're a non-scientist, it might take a while for the pieces to fit together. I was lucky in that I was able to attend one of Mr Braden's seminars, so I had a head start in terms of understanding the overall gist of the information.

I found it advanced and a great effort considering much of what we believe is true today, is inconsistent with experience, because most of our beliefs or historical 'memes' are based on incomplete information. Great scholars like Mr Braden are courageous for their attempts at filling the gaps, and society will eventually come to realise we owe them a lot.

Daniel John Hancock
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Painfully non-scientific 8 juillet 2010
Par Tom Kelleher - Publié sur Amazon.com
I was offered this book by someone who was breathless in her excitement for it. She is also a psychic who claims to "never be wrong" (yet in her psychic physiological assessment of my wellbeing entirely missed my chronic lower-back issues...despite my limping in and out of the session).

I bought it, read the introduction, then read 80 pages of it before placing it carefully in my bedroom garbage can.

In the introduction he put us on notice that, while he certainly WOULD have submitted his work to the established peer-reviewed journals, he felt his work was too important to be slowed down by their sluggish processes. Why, he even knows of someone whose work took eight years to get past peer-review! He derides this issue of "delay" as a critique of the peer-review process, rather than exactly it's added value. Peer-review without "delay" (i.e., sober, thoughtful analysis of claims, evidence, argument and conclusions) is called "rubber stamping." So he says - still in the Introduction - that he's opted here to bypass peer review for this middle-road: that is, his book is a popular version of what surely WOULD have passed muster had it been peer-reviewed. It brings us peer-reviewed quality without the exasperating hassle of being peer-reviewed.

With this assertion, he leaves his scientific credibility wounded, unconscious and face-down in the bathtub. It's not dead yet, but we better see some heroic measures in the next few pages.

I think it was on page 11 that he makes a mathematical so simple, so easily spotted and corrected, that it grinds against my bones. He miscalculates how many miles are in a light year. It's middle-school math. It goes like this. Light travels 186,292 miles per second. So in 60 seconds, it goes (186,292 x 60) miles or 11,177,520 miles. From there, we just keep on multiplying our way up...

186,292 miles per second
x 60 seconds per minute
x 60 minutes per hour
x 24 hours per day
x 365 days per year
5,874,904,512,000 miles in a light year.

But he gets it wrong, by about 20%. I believe this was on the top left side of page 11, but as I threw my copy out I can't promise that. This is a big number, sure, but the math is simple -- surely within the grasp of our author, an accomplished engineer. Given that it appears so early in the book, one could think it would have been corrected after, say, *15 minutes* of peer review -- even if the specter of eight years was too much to bear.

Also within the first 20 pages of the book he asserts that Pluto is "11 light-hours" away -- which is true. No argument from me. But then he explains that a light-hour is the distance light travels in a year. No. A light-YEAR is the distance light travels in year. A light-hour is the distance light travels in an HOUR. The naming system is really quite clear. But our author's error on that simple point has also survived multiple printings as well, unencumbered as it's been throughout it's history by any exasperating peer-review delays.

The heart of his thesis is embarrassing. He leaps from the four amino acids in DNA to the key four chemical elements that make them up (and they are not the ONLY elements, just the most common) to the four "classic elements" of fire, earth, water and air, and from there to the Hebrew letters, and from there to...some astonishing conclusions that must have unfurled without me after page 80 in my garbage can.

Each of these leaps from one domain to the next is entirely intuitive. He connects each to the next in casual concurrences and interesting similarities and whatever else occurs to him. He does not present a series of ways to show their connection (or even why we should presume to undertake the effort), and then argue for the way he's chosen to show why it's the empirical "best fit" -- he just waves his hands and says "Hydrogen = fire!, etc."

Now, his overall thesis is that DNA has baked into it a message from God. It happens to be the Hebrew god, which is of course, unsurprising from an American (presumably Christian?) author. (I admit I enjoy imagining his expression should his careful research have spelled out the word "Mithra" or "Cthulhu" or "No One Here But Us Chickens.") The core concept is that this message was spelled out in a fashion that anyone on earth would have found it. God doesn't play favorites with us; he wanted us ALL to see this message. Kind of like in Sagan's "Contact" where the message is written out in the digits of pi, here it's written out for us in our DNA. *Any culture* would eventually encounter this message when they reached the necessary sophistication to crack the DNA code, as we have done.

Except then...why would God hide this message in such a way that we require both the exacting sophistication of DNA research (e.g., biology, chemistry, x-ray crystallography, molecular structures, etc.)...with the notion of the four classical elements? The whole "earth/water/fire/air" cosmology is defunct. It's antiquated, primitive, little more than quaint. It's like if God hid a message in our DNA that required us to believe in mermaids, or in blood-letting, or a flat earth.

And the whole "four classical elements" concept was NOT universal. It's very European in it's origins - which seems like God was really stacking the deck to have us (or our American author) find the magic message. The Tibetans and Japanese would have garbled that message horribly, trying to map it to their five elements of fire, earth, air, water and space (or void, for the Japanese). The Chinese would have wandered right into the wilderness with their fire, earth, water, metal and wood. Buddhists would have had a tough time with cohesion, solidity or inertia, expansion or vibration, and heat. (Okay, so Wikipedia grants that these map to the four European classical elements...but given all the other intuitive jumps our author makes, would the Buddhists have successfully leaped from these more ethereal concepts to the correct Hebrew letters?)

And why the *Hebrew* alphabet? Hardly universal.

Anyway, then I got to page 80 and got on with my life.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 The God Code...But who was God? 10 février 2004
Par Mark S. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Existing reviews of this book seem to polarise to the Christian believers in God and his creation OR the Scientific, non religious debunkers. Surely there is more scope to it than this. The book is not 'pseudo-science'. It has a plausible and testable hypothesis that should cause any of scientific mind to stop criticising and start analysing. Similarly, the book does not necessarily imply that a 'christian type' God created all. I see nothing in this book which demands that the creator be a deity or universal creator. In fact, it leads me to another conclusion that both religious and scientific types should take note of. It is clear (and many other scientists/authors/researchers point to this) that, in our past,humanity was genetically created by some being/person present on Earth at that time. These beings clearly came from off this planet and, in seeding humanity, using a greater understanding of chemistry and DNA than we have today,became the subject of legend and religion, together with their science.
This book insights a new aspect of the alchemy/chemistry, the previous absence of which has caused conclusive proof of the above suggestion to be missed. Maybe this will now change. Read the work of famous chemist Peter Plichta in conjunction with this book and prepare to have your world view changed. There are so many scientist writers out there who have not taken the trouble to educate themselves with the implications of number theory and its apparent/proveable association with ancient alchemical writings (including the Cabbala..subject of this book)that they do themselves and everybody else a great dis-service in condemning such writing as 'pseudo science'when it is clearly they who are the 'pseudo-scientists'. (Search Peter Plichta on this site!)
Gregg Braden has written an interesting book here, but flawed insofar as he has left himself wide open to criticism concerning lack of detail/clarity.(I found two 'typo' errors in tables and descriptions which create incorrect understanding if not spotted..In the Tree of Life Diagram, for example, Keter is detailed twice, altering the entire meaning of the diagram.He also refers to the 'Fourth letter of the alphabet' when he means the 3rd, in one place)Too much time spent on persuading us that the implications are vast and not enough time on putting over the point in a convincing and testable manner, for the layperson. He did point out that he avoided a technical manual and inserted notes in the back, but the lack of these notes, and more, in the text makes for too light a read, on what is, after all, an immense subject.
That said, this is a must! The world is changing as we learn more about our history. If we get caught up in the void between myopic religious believers and the scientific debunkers who have not woken up to the true origins and nature of our science, then such important books as this are doomed to remain crushed in the middle. Buy this book and share it. The world could be a better place. And, if Bradens work passes peer review,it probably will be.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Really Makes You Think! 12 mars 2006
Par Katie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
WOW! I just finished reading "The God Code", and found it to be one of those books that's just so interesting and absorbing that I didn't want to put it down. It's also one of those books that leads you to ponder, wonder and think about the world as it is, and the world as it could be...

"The God Code" speaks about a code that was discovered in our DNA, and the implications of such a code. While using the science called "gematria" (which involves converting words/letters back to either of 2 of the most ancient languages, and then applying the number values associated with the letters of one or both of these languages to find words that are "related in nature"), the code "God/Eternal within the body" was found.

This means that in every one of our bodies, God's signature, or reminder to us, is shown in each and every one of our cells - how wonderful and incredible is that!!!

This book also discusses the idea that this code could be used as a reminder to us that our sameness is more important than our differences - as we all have the same code within us. In a time where we humans tend to look for the differences between us, and then use these differences to ignite all sorts of negative feelings and reactions (including war), it would serve us well to look for what will unite us - for that which would bring us together as the family we all are.

As the author so poignantly shows, during times of extreme strife (like Sept. 11 and the many major disasters of our time), we tend to forget our differences, and jump into a mode of helping one another without even thinking about it first - it's as if these times are a demonstration of who we "really" are. But, how can we demonstrate this level of caring for our fellow man without there having to be a disaster - what would it take?

Overall, I found this to be a very interesting read. And as such, I would recommend it to anyone interested in the idea of unity vs. separatism, as well as those who are intriqued by the idea that our Creator left us a sign to remind us that we are more than the bodies we are currently in.
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