“This is not rocket science. Any layman can understand this.”
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His first break came in December. He moved from Old Testament to New Testament and found similar patterns. He has consulted with ufologists and university professors who have shown an interest in his findings. Now, he wants to enlist the help of a mathematician or computer programmer who can put his code to the test.
Masten thinks the drawing that keeps surfacing from the connected letters is Azariel, an angel who governs all water on the earth. He’s convinced there are two gene pools noted in the code. One is depicted as a serpent and the other a high priest. “We’re looking at an angel. Modern Christianity really doesn’t want to put a face on an angel.”
He approaches his Torah Code work like a scientist unlocking a mystery.
“It’s like getting candy. I don’t have any pre-conceived notions about what I’m going to find. It just stuns me every time I look at it.”
He also still questions why the knowledge was revealed to him.
“Yes, I ask, ‘Why me?’ I was a deadbeat and a drunk and was homeless for a while but I have the great opportunity to serve God. In my opinion, it doesn’t go against anything in the Bible. It just confirms it in a different light.”