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TORAH CODES End to Darkness
A new film, TORAH CODES End to Darkness, is now shipping. Produced, Directed and Hosted by Richard Shaw, Torah Codes End to Darkness was filmed in New York City and Jerusalem, Israel, to hear what the world experts on the Codes are currently doing. Experts in the film include Rabbi Matityahu Glazerson, Professor Eliyahu Rips who pioneered the Codes since the late 70’s, Professor Robert Haralick from City U in New York, Dr. Alex Rotenberg in Jerusalem, and Art Levitt — all Torah Code experts for many years. Dr. Rotenberg is one of the original software programmers for the Codes, and is a descendant of the legendary Vilna Gaon from the 17th Century. Professor Rips has been written about in the books of Michael Drosnin and is a legend in his research on the Codes. His life is reviewed in the film.
Hosted by Director Richard Shaw, we also hear from L.A. Marzulli from his Malibu home. Nir Studnitsky shares his findings in ancient Hebrew and how there may have been “floating cities” mentioned in the Torah. Dan Gordon, screeplay writer and reseverist with the IDF (Israel Defense Force) offers up close and personal experiences of the last Hamas war that he experienced this past Summer. We interview those who have lived on the Gaza border, picked up exploded rockets from Hamas and looked at them, and spoke with Generals, Colonals, and others who are the experts in their field. You’ll be surprised at what is really going on in Israel.
The 2 disc set is a combination Blu-ray and standard DVD so anyone can play it on any system. Also, in the Special Features section are the 41 tables shown in the film so that you can flip through them and examine each one at your leisure. We may also stream the film if we get enough requests to do so.