“The more improbable an event, the more information it conveys”
At its most basic level The Chamberlain Key presents the observation of an event (an event everyone is now invited to witness and analyze for themselves) so statistically ‘improbable’ that we should naturally expect it to yield a wealth of associated new information…and not only regarding the true nature and source of ancient Biblical texts, but also insights exposing the most fundamental realities of Judeo Christian history and tradition.
The information that has been encrypted in the 30th chapter of the oldest and most pristine Hebrew texts of the book of Genesis was placed there intentionally and intelligently.
By this point in time I have allowed this claim to run an open gauntlet of scrutiny. I have stood before many groups (large and small) not only consisting of experts from nearly every scientific background, but also many people with a healthy sense of objective skepticism. This process has been so helpful to me as I move forward. The questions and suggestions I’ve been presented with are pushing the investigation into fascinating areas and opening up previously unthought of possibilities. I am being contacted by other authors and researchers wanting to share information that intersects with The Chamberlain Key. Many of these people want to be involved in our ongoing efforts to unravel this mystery both from a technical and historical perspective.
I am, of course, delighted with this interest and support and have agreed to facilitate these efforts. As many of those who have read The Chamberlain Key have pointed out: My experiences and discoveries have provoked perhaps many more intriguing questions than answers. I not only accept that assessment but I whole heartedly agree. Investigations of this type are propelled forward only by asking the right questions and pursuing the answers without prejudice. In The Chamberlain Key I honestly offer my feelings and beliefs regarding the phenomenon. I believe readers deserve to know that. But I am not an ideologue. I am open to every well thought out opinion and am fascinated by the many astute observations that have come rolling in since publication.
So Where Do We Go From Here?
Many of the questions provoked by my discoveries will only be fully answered when we have access to complete Biblical texts that predate both the Leningrad and Aleppo Codices, as well as the earliest texts and fragments from the Dead Sea Scrolls. We have proven that some sections of the oldest Torah scrolls and manuscripts are indeed pristine in their exact letter sequence. These sections are a perfect reflection of the original and are encoded with extensive intelligent information. Obviously we are seeking a much older Biblical text!!
In his fascinating book The Lost Book of Moses: Searching for the World’s Oldest Bible Chanan Tigay reveals the international uproar and excitement caused in the late 19th century when the Jerusalem antiquities dealer Moses Wilhelm Shapira claimed to have discovered a portion of the Book of Deuteronomy written on animal hide strips dating to perhaps the 8th century BC. The reason this prospect generated so much interest by scholars was that Mr. Shapira’s claim, if true, promised to finally resolve so many questions and debates raging at that time in the world of Biblical scholarship. In the confusion and controversy that ensued the famous Shapira scroll was lost to history, many believed consumed in a fire. Chanan Tigay had reason to doubt this theory and set off around the world to re-discover the scroll.
One thing that jumps out in Tigay’s narrative and historical expose’ is the dedicated passion with which early Biblical manuscripts have been, and continue to be, pursued. This often misunderstood quest seems to eclipse all other pursuits in the human psyche of historical treasure hunts. Indeed many allegorical folktales spawned in the middle ages were likely thinly disguised treatments of this quest. There always was…and remains to this day…a very good reason for this odd fact.
In esoteric circles the greatest treasure to be sought in this world is the“The Lost Word”. This “Lost Word” was considered the most powerful gift (often depicted as a sword) that has ever been bestowed on mankind. The Chamberlain Key offers tantalizing clues as to how and why WORDS could potentially be so powerful…and why WORDS would be portrayed as the miraculous sword used in the defense of truth and innocence. According to legend and prophecy ‘The Lost Word’ will be uncovered (withdrawn from its protective repository) at a dire moment in human history to provide clarity and resolution at a time of the greatest distress and confusion.
After the fall of the Temple in 70 AD, Jewish historian Flavius Josephus, and select members of the Jewish nobility, (primarily descendants of the Priestly families) were granted protection under Emperor Vespasian. Along with Josephus they settled primarily in Italy. Among these immigrants were talented scribes and translators whose skills Vespasian was keen to exploit. Their experience with trade relations in the Middle East made their knowledge and skill invaluable to Imperial Rome. But these Jewish Priestly families possessed something else besides skills useful to the Empire. They also retained a treasure trove of early Biblical texts and family genealogies, as well as the knowledge of “The Lost Word” securely hidden in a subterranean chamber deep below the Holy of Holies on the site of the First Temple of Solomon.
As The Chamberlain Key unfolds you will learn about the ingenious subterfuge these families employed over the centuries to safeguard and preserve their archival treasures…as well as their knowledge of the ancient Temple chamber.
Follow Timothy’s search for the “Lost Word of God” in a new history documentary TV series, currently being filmed. It will air in the Fall of 2017. More info.