Alaboutnothing Official Blog

April 12, 2018

The “God Code” – History Channel Review

 Well folks, this was a total waste of time and here is why….Some guy named Timothy Smith (Timmy) claims to have found a crypt code in some really old bibles and it fore casted the end of the world, and some other stuff.  Timmy said it also told him where the Arc of the Covenant is and Timmy figured that if he found the Arc it would prove his God Code is valid.  This was the first 10 minutes and the other 110 minutes was his searching for the Arc, which he did not find and that made is God Code invalid.  The name “God Code” is false (Probably on purpose) and it should have been “Search for the Arc of the Covenant” but nobody would have watched because this has been done already by hundreds of other seekers.  I am sitting here watching “Secrets of the Underground” and there are two guys looking for the Arc of the Covenant.

So we figure Timmy must have lived in a cave for the last 10 years and should have been watching Science Channel, History Channel, National Geographic, BBC, and other channels because they all have various documentaries about the Arc.  Timmy would have saved years of looking so he should go by a generator, get a Flat Screen TV, and get Zippo Cave Cable so he can get his information from there and at this point, try looking for something else like Big Foot.

Let’s talk Arc.  We don’t believe it exists and as far as we know never has been proved that it exists.  Many people have opinions of what it is and what it contains like the Original Ten Commandments, a powerful weapon that will destroy and entire army, a machine that produced food for all the folks that followed Moses out into the dessert, and many other theories.  Josh Gates did a show where he went to Ethiopia because they claim to have the Arc in a secure building and only one holy man is allowed in to guard it.  The claim is some dude brought to them a few thousand years ago.  How do they know that it’s the Arc?  Well this is where there is a BIG PROBLEM.  The consensus is that if you open the lid to look inside, you die immediately.  Yep, right there on the spot you pass on to the Pearly Gates. So all these people who give their opinion are full of crap because they are still alive, so they must be basing it on something written from a long time ago, but that could be bull crap also.  The History Channel’s show “Curse of Oak Island” (We have watched this show from episode one) did several specials about the Arc and The Knights Templar.  Their opinion is the Knights took the Arc and a bunch of other treasures from the archives under King Salmons Temple in Jerusalem when they left and moved to France. Then on Friday the 13th the king needed money and since the Knights we rich, the king ordered his men to capture all the knights and take al their stuff.  But the knights knew and hid all their treasures.  Seems the Arc was loaded on a ship and they sailed west and supposedly buried the Arc on Oak Island.  This seems like a false theory because if the Arc was so important they would never leave it in one place unguarded so the probably took it with them.  The theory is the Knight’s Templar later became the Freemasons and they have it.  All theories, but if it does exist then it a good thing it’s being guarded.

So Timmy, it’s probably a luck thing you did not find it because if you opened the lid and looked in, we would be posting your obituary.  Now if you’re planning on going after Big Foot then several other are also, so you might check in with them.  Also Noah’s Ark is still out there somewhere and our strongest suggestion that would make you more famous than The Easter Bunny,  is to find Teamster Boss Jimmy Hoffa.  Some have looked, none have found him as far as we know, but then again, we know nothing.

We have nothing else to report except wish Timmy good hunting.  Too everyone that stops by we send many blessings and to everyone who watches “The Curse of Civil War Gold” we send our condolences’ because there is no curse and the only reason it’s named that way is because Marty from Oak Island is involved.  They constantly try to imply there is a curse, but its all about drama and after several episodes and the final one this week, no gold found.   We have filed this in our “Only watch after scanning 800 channels and not finding anything good” File.

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6 Comments »

  1. What a negative personality the person is that wrote this “article”! “If you don’t show it to me, I don’t believe it!” type of person. Why someone that’s an atheist would write an article about this subject is very curious anyway! Oh well, everyone has an opinion…. as they say.

    Comment by Rick B — May 14, 2018 @ 6:35 am | Reply

    • Rick thank you very much for your comment, we appreciate all the comments we get. Sorry you got that impression because my entire site is upbeat and supports all folks. Negative? The point of the post is don’t waste my time with bogus documentary and if you do I will make fun of you, which is what it was about. My site is about NOTHING 🙂 Thanks again and have a GREAT life. Remember that God loves you and we send you many Blessings. PEACE!

      Comment by alaboutnothing — May 14, 2018 @ 12:07 pm | Reply

  2. I agree with this review. It isn’t about any God Code, it’s yet another In Search Of documentary. Unfocussed and a waste of time.

    Comment by Alfred Lippe — September 15, 2018 @ 9:40 am | Reply

    • Thanks for your comment …this all about ark of covenant. Many blessing

      Comment by alaboutnothing — September 15, 2018 @ 11:48 am | Reply

  3. I should have expected something was rotten in, er, Discovery Network after I realized that the spot appeared to have an ulterior motive: perhaps pimping Timothy Smith’s book? History/Discovery is famous for baiting and switching, but their underhanded display of self-serving pabulum took the cake. Presenting Timothy Smith as a ground-breaking researcher was in itself disingenuous. Not one mention of the dozens–pffft, maybe a hundred or more–of bible code researchers that quite possibly gave Smith the idea in the first place. Figuring prominently in the early 20th century, Rabbi Michael Dov Weissmandl, a brilliant Czechoslovakian Jewish scholar in astronomy, mathematics, and Judaic studies encountered “ELS” = equidistant letter spacing. Other statistical and mathematical researchers carried on with ELS research through the last decade of the 20th century.

    Less than one minute of internet research yields Timothy Smith’s antecedents in the field of statistics, cryptology/cryptography, and computer programming. That neither History/Discover–who actually ran a few shows on this very subject ten or more years ago–or Timothy Smith acknowledge the work of Weissmandl, Eliyahu Rips, Doron Witztum, and Yoav Rosenberg (to name but a few) speaks to History/Discovery’s intentional disingenuous, and conspicuously absent, examples of what H/D considers “reporting” or “journalism.”

    The network’s executive leadership continues to delve, apparently to attract low-info viewers and advertisers who prey upon them, into an area of entertainment–using a network title that’s entirely misleading, judging from their incongruous and never-ending series of adventure and discovery shows during which discoveries, if any, are ridiculously minor yet pumped with hype and melodrama–that falls more appropriately under the rubric “carnival spectacle.”

    Shameless display of the kind of attitude and behavior that reflects why H/D thought they could sneak the show past the cerebral cortex of viewers about a terrifyingly monstrous shark species–the Megalodon–that went extinct (and still is!) at least one hundred million years ago. (And yet…I still watch, mostly enraged by the network’s sleazy, cavalier attitude about history and discoveries.)

    Comment by Neal Leonard — April 19, 2019 @ 8:08 am | Reply

    • Thank you for taking the time to post this. I agree with you on how these networks slam together “junk” programs to get ratings and mis-inform the viewers.

      Comment by alaboutnothing — April 19, 2019 @ 12:18 pm | Reply


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