The God Code: The Secret of Our Past, the Promise of Our Future

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Hay House, 2004 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 289 pages
A coded message has been found within the molecules of life, deep within ght DNA in each cell of our bodies. Through a remarkable discovery linking Biblical alphabets to our genetic code, the "language of life" may now be read as the ancient letters of a timeless message. Regardless of race, religion, heritage, or lifestyle, the message is the same in each cell every woman, child, and man, past and present. Sharing all-new fascinating research, Gregg Braden discusses the life-changing discovery that led him from a successful career in the aerospace and defense industries to an extensive 12-year study of the most sacred and honored traditions of humankind

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User Review  - joeld - LibraryThing

His methodology is arbitrary, unscientific, and gimmicky. Google the book and you'll see what I mean. Books like this give Christians a bad name. On page 16, he says "Pioneer 10 [the satellite] was ... Read full review

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Like so many books that delve into the more esoteric aspects of reality, the God Code explores the hidden, unseen aspects of codes. Hidden in our DNA, and applying gematria (Hebrew letters which are ... Read full review

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New York Times best-selling author and 2015 Templeton Award nominee Gregg Braden is internationally renowned as a pioneer in bridging science and indigenous knowledge to create real-world solutions for today. Following successful careers in the energy and defense industries, he became the first technical operations manager for Cisco Systems in 1991. For three decades, Gregg has explored high mountain villages, remote monasteries, and forgotten texts to merge their wisdom with the best science of our time. Based in New Mexico, Gregg has shared his discoveries with the United Nations, Fortune 500 companies, mainstream universities, and audiences throughout the world. Website:

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