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Richard Amiel McGough

Richard Amiel McGough

My name is Richard Amiel McGough. I am the sole owner and operator of this site which I first put online on February 11, 2001. I was born in 1959 and have degrees in Mathematics and Physics. I am currently an independent software developer living in Yakima, Washington.

Originally, the primary purpose of this site was to present information relating to the Bible Wheel which I discovered on May 14, 1995 (see What is the Bible Wheel?). In 2005 I completed the 412 page Bible Wheel book which is available in hardback. In addition, I have published hundreds of articles detailing the “endless wonder of the divine unity of Holy Scripture” on my main Bible Wheel site. Or that’s how I said it before leaving the faith (see Why I Quit Christianity). The odd thing is that the evidence for the Bible Wheel remains valid as far as I can tell. The only thing that changed is that I don’t believe any of the ten thousand varieties of Christianity are true.

I am very interested in reader feedback, so please feel free to comment on any posts you see in this blog.

47 comments on “About
  1. Alan Paul says:

    Hi-

    Your “What is the Bible Wheel?” link gives a a 404 cannot be found error code….

  2. Hi Alan,

    Thanks for the tip – but the link appears to be valid. I tested both the link above (in the “About” article) and the link on the sidebar. If you could give me any more information it would be helpful.

    Tanks again,

    Richard

    UPDATE: I just tried it from my wife’s machine, and she get’s a 404. So something is going on with permissions.

  3. UPDATE 2: I fixed it. It turns out that the article was tagged as a “Draft” – I could see it when I was logged in as admin, but no one else could see it. And of course I tested the link when I was logged in …

    Thanks again Alan.

  4. Alan Paul says:

    Thanks. I will check it out…

  5. Peggy says:

    Blessings Richard, I just came across this BIBLE WHEEL today and I’m intrigued but do not have the time right now to read. However, I plan to read open mindedfully soon. I came to read about YOU…to see what your religious background is or beliefs. Not that this should change what you developed but it would help me. Perhaps this is way over my head, but
    I hope that you will share your faith… not necessarily your denomination (maybe I’m just missing it and you have it somewhere… I didn’t see a profile). Thank you for sharing this on the Scriptures. With much respect, Peggy

  6. Hi Peggy,

    I am in the midst of a transition in regards to my understanding of the Christian Faith. It seems similar to the metamorphosis of a caterpillar into a butterfly. When in the cocoon, the body of the caterpillar is completely dissolved and then restructured. I feel like I am in near the end of the “dissolved” stage.

    But if you want to know my state of mind and what I believed when I was writing the Bible Wheel book and website, here is how I stated it in the Bible Wheel FAQ for the last decade or so:

    Are you a Christian? Protestant? Catholic?
    Praise God, I am a man saved by grace through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ (Ephesian 2:8). I am a non-denominational blood-bought Bible-believing Trinitarian Christian. I believe that the true “faith which was once delivered unto the saints” (Jude 3) is well stated in the early creeds of the church that Christ founded, as explained in my Statement of Faith.

    I hope this helps. Don’t hesitate to write with any follow ups or other questions.

    All the best,

    Richard

  7. Bennett Willis says:

    Yakima was mentioned in our local paper today. There was a picture of the bride and groom going under the raised baseball bats. I’m sure there is a word for it, but I can’t think of it.

  8. Hummm … that’s news to me. Must be real baseball fans! Where are you located?

  9. Bennett Willis says:

    I’m in Lake Jackson, Texas. The link to the wedding gallery is http://www.yakima-herald.com/stories/2010/08/03/a-diamond-exchange-for-yakima-bears-pitcher. The second picture is the one that was in the Brazosport Facts. (Brazosport is the general area name. We are at the mouth of the Brazos River.)

  10. Timothy Eusini says:

    I wrote a paper I wish for you to read and give any insights. And to share this writing with others. Thank you! God Bless!

    The 4 Elements

    There are 4 elements, Earth, Water, Fire, and Air. There are 4 beasts of Ezekiel and Revelation. There are 4 Gospels. There are 4 Fixed Signs of the Zodiac. There are 4 seasons. There are 4 chambers in our heart. The number 4 is everywhere and obvious here because it represents the full cycle of Creation. It takes 4ty weeks for a normal pregnancy, so a child may be born in this world. Noah’s flood was 4ty days and 4ty nights. Israel was in the wilderness for 4ty years. Jesus was lead by the spirit into the desert and drank or ate no thing for 4ty days and 4ty nights. So now back to the elements.

    #1: Earth = Adam(male and female) = Man(male and female) = Flesh = Sin(miss the mark) = Waters Below = Bad = Satan = Death = Darkness = The Things Seen(visible) = The Left Hand = Carnal Mind(mans knowledge and doctrine).

    #2: Water = Baptism to Repentance(changing the mind) for the forgiveness of sin. Humbling ones self Like A Child to admit to thier self that they do not know. And submitting to that Tiny Seed of truth. Conception by The Spirit Of Truth(Helper or Helpmeet). Water(placenta), where life begins.

    #3: Fire = Baptism of Spirit = Recieving Truth becomes like the Fire Of A Furnace to burn Thoroughly The Threshing Floor. To Seperate or Divide The Chaff(#1: Earth = Carnal Mind) From The Wheat(#4: Air = Divine Mind). The Wheat represents bread(Manna, Bread Of Life). To seperate the Light from the Darkness, the Heavens and the Earth, the Waters Above From the Waters Below, to Part The Red Sea(red as in blood, The Reed Sea = to be beaten or scourged, The Sea of Suf(Hebrew) – where we get our word suffer). Only Moses with Aaron’s Rod(the Knowledge of Torah = the Teaching = the Law = Hit the Target) could Part The Red Sea. And only Joshua(Jesus in Hebrew) could succeed Moses and lead Israel to the Promised Land. And only Mary(bitter = afflicted = Miryam or MRYM in Hebrew broken down by letter is M means waters, R means divine, Y means primal, and M means waters = so we have the Divine Waters to the Right and Primal Waters to the Left, Hebrew is written from Right to Left), so only Mary could give birth to Jesus.

    #4: Air = Breath of Life = The Holy(Whole) Spirit = Born Again or Rebirth = Created = In the Image and Likeness = Eden = Paradise = Hit the Mark = Good = Light = Waters Above = Divine Mind = Reconciled = Revelation(the things not seen or invisible) = Right Hand = The Law Written in our Heart(Circumcission = 8th day).

    So we have finished the cycle of creation. There is a word in the Hebrew Scripture that is never translated into English. It is spelled phonetically as ET or AT. It is comprised of the first letter of the Hebrew Alephbeth(alphabet) and the last letter. The first letter is called ALEPH and the last letter is called TAW, so we have AT. The first and the last, the alpha and the omega, the beginning and the end. All of scripture from Genesis to Revelation(the Body of Christ, the Bread of Life which must be broken). In the beginning was the Word, the Word was with GOD, and the Word was GOD. All the letters of the Hebrew Alephbeth are also there numbers. They have 22 letters, Psalm 119. The numeric value of ALEPH is 1, and the numeric value of TAW is 400. So the numeric value of AT is 401(Life Created). It is written in John 3:5 Jesus answered, “Amen, Amen, I say to you, unless a man(#1 = Earth) is born(#4 = Air) of water(#2 = Baptism of Repentance) and Spirit(#3 = Fire), he can not enter into the Kingdom of God.” This is for all that have ears that hear and eyes that see. My fellows in ships(arks, tents, temples). May God continue to pour out His Spirit(the Age of Aquarius) over all the Earth. May God Bless the true seed of Abraham. I love each and every one of you. If anyone wills(always a free will offering) to talk about these things then please ask. All I have been given is yours.

  11. chrstlvsme says:

    Love it, amazed, and I am eager to sit down and study more. Will be in contact with you more regarding it if you do not mind. Praise God for imparting a glorious revelation for you to distribute to the world. Thank you.

  12. Bill says:

    Like the concept. Has real potential in many areas. The question I have has to do with doctrine. No where on your sight do you outline where you stand spiritually or doctrinely. This may seem confrontational, it is not. Like any scientest the foundation of there hypotheses or premises dictate their obervable keepers and rejectors of thought. I have seen ecumenical people who have no knowledge of Jesus present some rather interesting material. The Bible Code being just one. So for me it is important to know where you are coming from concerning the foundations of Christ Jesus first. Thanks

  13. Hi Bill,

    I designed the Bible Wheel site and wrote the Bible Wheel book at a time when I considered myself a very fundamentalist born-again Bible-believing Trinitarian Christian. Here is how I stated it in the Bible Wheel FAQ for the last decade or so:

    Are you a Christian? Protestant? Catholic?
    Praise God, I am a man saved by grace through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ (Ephesian 2:8). I am a non-denominational blood-bought Bible-believing Trinitarian Christian. I believe that the true “faith which was once delivered unto the saints” (Jude 3) is well stated in the early creeds of the church that Christ founded, as explained in my Statement of Faith.

    My views have since matured and changed greatly. I no longer consider myself a “Christian” and I find it impossible to believe in the “Zeus-style” God presented in traditional Christianity. I will explain more in an upcoming post.

    All the best,

    Richard

  14. Bob Smith says:

    ” I no longer consider myself a “Christian” – Really? Why not? Seems to me you’ve unlocked a mystery of the Scripture, so maybe understand more than most, but why wouldn’t you want to be a believer in Christ? My website includes many things not ordinarily shown to the “church”, and I consider myself a Christian before Protestant (I remember the time when I didn’t realize they were protesting the Catholic doctrines..) Cheers, brother!

  15. Hi Bob,

    Great question! I’m glad you asked. It’s not that I do or don’t “want to be a believer in Christ.” There are plenty of folks who believe in Christ but don’t call themselves “Christian.” I don’t call myself Christian because I do not believe in any of the various “Christian religions” such as Catholic, Greek Orthodox, Protestant, Evangelical, Mormon, JW, etc., etc., etc.. And after years of study and debate, I have discovered that very very very very very few people who call themselves “Christian” know or admit what the Bible really teaches. The various religions that “Christians” practice are just amalgamations of a wide variety of human traditions (many of which are ignorant, ridiculous, and some grossly immoral) propped up by questionable, forced, and even false interpretations of Scripture. Therefore, I cannot call myself a “Christian.”

    Now as for my belief in Christ – that’s “on hold” right now. I don’t know what I believe. But I do know that it is not a “choice” to believe or not believe in Christ, any more than I have a choice to believe or not believe that 2 + 2 = 4. It’s either true or false. It is not a choice. And currently, I can’t state a “belief” about Christ because I don’t have sufficient knowledge about what I’m supposed to believe! The Bible Wheel remains the most amazing proof that “something supernatural” is going on in the Bible, but we also have equally compelling proof that the Bible contains many errors and contradictions. And I’m not willing to prostitute my mind (like nearly all Christian apologists I have read) to explain away the truth of what the Bible really says. So I am in a state of profoundly dynamic “tension” concerning the Bible and Christ right now. I’ll write more when I gain more understanding about how I understand this enigma.

    All the very best,

    Richard

  16. Brother ‘RAM’-

    I have ordered your hardcover book, and have read more than half of it. I also have downloaded the PDF for computer access and study on my laptop. Your website is encyclopedic in additional revelation that will occupy much of my free time (which is quite limited, but mandatory) since what you present is so elegant, so compelling, and so YHWH honoring! I applaud your efforts, and am profoundly troubled by the empty-headed vitriolic treatment that you have received from the ‘heresy hunters’ crowd that so infects Biblical Christianity and the Body of Christ. May the LORD have mercy on their myopic souls…

    I must tell you that I have been blessed beyond measure, and brought to tears several times in my careful study of your textbook… the first I hope of many that you will publish, as you expand on the many areas that you alluded to in the text due to space constraints. I took the liberty to showcase your book and website (with another outstanding reference resource) on my most recent Weblog post at zionsgate.wordpress.com. I also sent an email to my favorite Biblical mentor, Dr. Chuck Missler of Koinonia House ministries (www.khouse.org), in the hope that your respective ministries may be of mutual benefit in the will of GOD.

    Richard, I thank you from the bottom of my heart for your remarkable and anointed efforts over these past 16 years. You have truly brought forth something new, fresh, and vibrant to the children of the Kingdom and the world at large, by the apparent leading of the Holy Spirit. I will pray for you, your family, and ministry that the Lord Jesus Christ may fulfill His Perfect Will in the full blossoming of your purpose and destiny. May His Holy Angels protect you and all that is yours- with a hedge of fire around you… in HIM, Santos

  17. Dear Santos,

    Thank you for your heartfelt message. Your post reflects precisely how I felt when I was writing the book – blessed, amazed, humbled, and overjoyed.

    As for Chuck Missler, I used to listen to him a lot, and I had hoped that he would understand my work so I sent him a book. Unfortunately, I never heard back from him or his ministry.

    All the very best,

    Richard

  18. Don Hopper says:

    Hey,
    love you website,
    About 20 years ago, I started noticing the number (121) a lot. I thought, either I’m just noticing that number or God is trying to tell me something. So, I memorized Psalms 121 and moved on. In time however, other number have come up over and over again and my wife and a friend have noticed the same exact numbers as well. (11,11) (111) (11,44) (44) insane amounts of 44’s and 444’s! (333) Plus, inadvertently finding the number 12 over and over again while reading the Bible. However, here lately the number 144 keeps coming up, and sir when I say I see that number “A lot” it’s only because I can’t think of a word in the english language to describe the amount. I AM NOT superstitious, I am not into numerology, I am a born again Bible believing Christian, but THIS is startin’ to freak me out!

  19. Hey there Don,

    Welcome to the “Number” club! I’m a former member, but I still remember quite vividly how number patterns would just leap out at me and seem extremely significant and profound … especially back in the days when I was meditating a lot and looking for mystical experiences and recording my dreams. I just knew they meant something, but I usually didn’t know what. My studies of number symbolism led pretty quickly to the Bible and before long I found myself looking at numbers as a kind of “key” to understanding deep aspects of Scripture. The excitement finally wore off after a few years, but not before I produced a lot of webpages ecstatically proclaiming the wonders of what I had seen. I call them Biblical Holographs (click the link if you want to learn more). I also produced a free online database that gives the numerical values of every word of the Bible.

    So now that I’ve produced a website with lots of discussion about the symbolic meaning of numbers and the alphanumeric structure of highly significant passages of the Bible, I frequently hear from folks like you who are experiencing the same thing and don’t really know what to make of it. My answer now is pretty much the same as it has always been. Numbers are not just utilitarian counters. They are also Archetypal Categories upon which our minds, and the Greater Mind underlying all Reality is based. It’s not too unlike Plato’s concept of “Forms” or Pythagoras’s insight that “All is Number” or the Christian concept of the Logos (Word) by which all things are made.

    This isn’t the right place for a detailed discussion on Number Symbolism since it’s the the comment stream under my “About” page, so if you want to discuss this further you should sign up for my forum (fast and free) or if you have a specific question just ask and I’ll write a blog post on it.

    All the best,

    Richard

  20. ulf oldenburg says:

    Dear Richard McGough,

    be so kind to send me your email address. I wanted to share something with you.
    I greatly admired your discoveries years back.
    Thank you, yours ulf

  21. rebecca says:

    I just found your site. I am intrested:
    First: where is your credo, the one you have now after you not calling yourself christian anymore?
    Second: in the hebrew bible there is another sycle, I mean the different books follow differently after each other. do you really think that God goes after the greek/christian order of books (as I can see the bible wheel does?)

  22. Hi Rebecca,

    I don’t have a “credo” any more because such things are needed only for people who hold beliefs in “creeds” written by other people. I don’t hold such beliefs anymore, and have no interest at this time in writing my own creed.

    As for the alternate patterns of the canon found in other traditions: the Bible Wheel is a representation of the traditional Christian canon. When other traditions, such as the Jewish, are used, the pattern does not appear. I discuss the relation between the Christain OT and Jewish Tanakh in this article:

    https://www.biblewheel.com/Canon/ChristianOT_vs_Tanakh.php

    Furthermore, there are various versions of the Jewish Tanakh so it is not any kind of “standard” as shown here:

    https://www.biblewheel.com/canon/22Books.asp

    All the best,

    Richard

  23. Mark says:

    Hello Richard,

    This is my first return to the Biblewheel website in years. I wrote an article for your site years ago (Dividing the Waters of the Word) and having read your post on leaving Christianity, I find the pattern of our lives in the intervening years interestingly similar.

    Quickly:
    1. As a fundamentalist Christian I discovered numerical and other patterns in the word and considered a possible conversion to Judaism as the patterns I found were in the Hebrew scriptures.
    2. I spent years pursuing these patterns, filling notebooks and journals, and was mesmerized by their beauty and wisdom.
    3. But I kept fighting with the ‘surface text’ of scripture. Why the inconsistencies? Why the obvious errors?
    4. I kept fighting with other Christians. If the bible is so deeply patterned with wisdom and beauty why are the people who study it the most, not? Why are they so closed minded and live lives I don’t want to emulate?

    I eventually left Christianity for these last two reasons. In the intervening years I took up reading and studying Jung. His ideas on Archetypes, synchronicity and the collective unconscious hooked me. I have years of detailed Dream Journals and active imagination work that I love.

    I am now left with the question “why the patterns in scripture?” and the more fundamental question “how do I connect with and express the order and beauty in and around me?” I want the experience of being alive that comes with the connection to divinity (most people have moments of connection to the divine. It’s the ‘great secret’ that CS Lewis talks about in Surprised by Joy).

    As I said, I am intrigued by the similarity of our paths. Blessings to you and praise for your integrity, and for finding your own path in your own way. I would love to discuss more of these ideas with you.

    Best,
    Mark

    Oh yes… I was taking a shower after reading your website and had an ‘aha’ moment that resulted in an intriguing possibility. I will think about it more, but want to get your take on it.

    Consciousness creates order, and consciousness goes on above and below the threshold of awareness (with the largest part of it going on below). The scriptures have been the recipient of possibly the most focused kind of consciousness (it could even be called meditation or prayer) by scribes, monks, translators, arrangers, redactors and others for thousands of years.

    Could it be that any book that received that kind of focused attention would have deep underlying interwoven patterns (created below the threshold of awareness). For example could all of them, if viewed from the right perspective (number patterns in languages with letter/number script other patterns, maybe phonetic, in other scripts) have these patterns ‘leaking through’ from the collective or individual subconscious (the part of us more intimately connected with the divine)?.

    We wouldn’t know unless we subjected other texts to the kind of focused (one could call it holy) scrutiny we (you more than I) focused on the bible.

    This post is already too long, but the end result would be:

    consciousness is mysterious and ‘divine’ (transcendent), the exercise of consciousness (especially over time, and with religious devotion) creates patterns. And here’s the important part: It is *those patterns* that are the leaking through of divinity into the physical world, not the surface text, that is ‘true’ or ‘holy’. The surface text is a much more ego driven kind of text (read: “lets impress others and try holding onto the status quo” ).

    All pattern is a type of symmetry and therefor a type of beauty. Beauty and elegance have been equated with truth for ages and for good reason. Beauty seems to have a holy power to it. Symmetry is also mathematically verifiable. It was that beauty and certainty that gave me the impression of truth and divinity, not the surface text.

    Blessings,
    Mark

  24. milton says:

    Richard, this is for you. being a pattern seeker like yourself (much slower co-processor) I’ve gone into a rabit hole of late. please see my last article which is a synopsis here

    http://www.supernaturalresearch.com/2012/03/sri/

    At these times, I wonder just as you have. Who is Fx&^g with my mind! Is it God? the Holy Spirit? I actually understand what I am going to find before I do the research? When you’ve hit 20 statistically impossible coincidences in a row you just gotta smile and laugh.

    the original article about 3 weeks ago called “the harlot of rev17, she’s a super tramp”
    and you could see where it all began.

    God Bless you brother, you are often in my prayers….

    had trouble registering at your forum due to the image caption! ugh, best/dificult one i have ever seen….

  25. Richard, I have found your website a treasure trove of information. I am a Hebrew Roots teacher recently moved to Salem, OR. I am fasinated by the gematria that I see interwoven into the Hebrew text and the message within the message that it conveys. I appreciate your work. Shalom, David

  26. Hi David,

    Thanks for the good words. The Hebrew roots movement is very interesting to me for two reasons. First, I was very much into the Hebrew Tanakh and Jewish tradition because it related to my work on the Bible Wheel. Second, I am very interested in how religious sects develop. The Hebrew Roots movement is quite diverse – spanning everything from traditional Evangelic Christianity dressed up in Hebrew garb all the way to full blown cults that reject the book Hebrews because it contradicts their new religion. And as such, it played an important role in my departure from the faith. After many years on internet forums I learned one thing – there is no such thing as “Christianity” but rather only a vast array of “Christianities” that overlap and contradict each other to various degrees. Hence, it became obvious that I could not be a “Christian” since that term was not well-defined and I could find no reason to align myself with any particular group because the whole concept of God saving or damning based on which set of obscure religious propositions a person chose to believe. This really helped me escape the shackles of religion.

    BTW – I visited your site and noticed a prominent misspelling that is sure to bug some folks. Your link to Tenents of the Faith should be Tenets. There is no such word as “tenent” and “tenant” means “someone paying rent.”

    Also, you have some special characters that show up as � in that article. Did you copy it from MS Word? That’s the source of a lot of problems like that.

    It is interesting to view you particular take on contentious issues. For example, you speak of the cross as the “execution stake.” That is a position common with Mormons and JWs.

    You say YHVH is one, but make no mention of the Trinity, so I presume you reject that too (as do the JWs).

    You believe the Bible is infallible – I find that quite incredible, though it is the “orthodox” fundamentalist position.

    And so you see your religion is just another of the ten thousand variations on Christianity. This is why I can’t believe any of it. It is impossible to believe that the Bible is true because no one can even agree about what it says. Here’s an article where I explain more about Why I Quit Christianity.

  27. Elizabeth says:

    Hi,

    I just commented on a separate post but am commenting here to ask you to also post a photo of Rose.

  28. Hi Elizabeth,

    Here ya go. This was from a hike Rose and I took up to Union Falls in the Cascade mountains in 2011.

  29. Jim says:

    Hi Richard,
    You have an amazing intellect! What is your take on pre-destination?
    This isn’t a trick question, I’m sincere.
    Thanks,
    Jim

  30. eunice jwon says:

    Mister mister!!!!

    Have you read the book of Enoch????

    I too am questioning my faith after I was involved at a place called international house of prayer. Anyway, its kind of a cult definitley not church the way Jesus envisioned it. Regardless God used it to open my spiritual eyes. There were witches, masons and the sort and basically I ended up getting chased, my chakras, which I never knew existed got blown open and I have all sorts of wires in me.

    Anyway, your sight actually God has used MANY MANY times to bring me revelation and peace. It also led,me to the book of enoch.

    It has really been clearing up a lot of loose ends in my faith. But its possible that the reason the bible is a mandala bc the fallen ones could have put it together…. Not to say that God still can’t use it.

    But lately I’ve been thinking that Jesus read the book of enoch and jasher if He studied as a rabbi.

    ANYWAY Mr. Richard. It would be awesome to see what would happen if you actually added all the books mentioned in the bible that’s not in our western bible and see what happens….

    But either way. The work you’ve done and the work God has done putting the bible together to make mandala scroll is amazing…..the bible is definitley from God. But I think that the church is going to start going down ancient paths again.

  31. eunice jwon says:

    BTW, no. Come to think of it. The bible I don’t think the fallen ones could have put it together. I know God is just telling us all we need to know. Just to love others and follow Jesus…:)

    🙂

    I love you sir. Thank you for all your work. I’m going to buy a copy soon!!!!

  32. eunice kwon says:

    Dude mister,

    I looked up mandalas on Google. N they’re totally man made. U just cracked the ill:) illuminati code…….tomorrows my birthday!!!!

  33. Jesse says:

    We know מוחא “brain” equals 55. In my opinion, this can be understood as 54 and 1 i.e. 541 allowing for interesting resonances; הוא ראה ואינ נראה “he sees but is not seen” and שכל הפועל “active intellect” each equal 541 (Abulafia, Sitre Torah 129b), likewise ישראל equals 541 (Abulafia, Sha’arei Sedeq 38). Furthermore:

    עֵץ-חַיִּים הִיא לַמַּחֲזִיקִים בָּהּ וְתֹמְכֶיהָ מְאֻשָּׁר “She is a Tree of Life to those who grasp her, and [541] מְאֻשָּׁר ‘happy’ is everyone who holds her fast” (Proverbs 3:18).

    Interestingly, I read that Rashbatz reads מלך “king” as an anagram for מוחא ,לבא ,כבדא “brain, heart, and liver.”

    Shalom Jesse

    http://thenutgarden.wordpress.com/2012/09/06/21/#comment-2

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  36. MichaelFree says:

    Richard,

    Could you please remove all of my comments that I have posted on your site. I won’t be posting here anymore, at least I don’t intend to now. If you don’t get to it or don’t want to that is fine, for you may not see this, may not want to, or may not want to remove what already has been posted. But if you agree to remove them I would appreciate it.

    Thanks.

    Michael

  37. Simon says:

    Hi Richard. I only discovered this whole “Biblewheel” deal yesterday! I found it by accident from another site. Nearly 8 years ago I discovered a very similar system on my own. I actually started with numbers and corresponding chapters 1 -1169. It was a similar systematic Gemetria to what you have – but perhaps broader. I found so many codes in the bible I gave up listing them in the end. Words are more my “thing” rather than numbers so I ended up getting a little bored doing the number searches. The word codes are another story altogether and I find them much more enlightening regarding actual information gleaned. The biblewheel style system I believe is more advanced, and unless there is a good grounding in word associations there is too much reliance on “interpretation.” The bible teaches you proper “interpretation” through word associations. This system would be more understandable when one has learnt the basic-logic “grammer” first. Funny thing is when I first saw this “Biblewheel” system I recognised a lot of the patterns which I discovered from my early number work and later the word system I “discovered.” I say “discovered” but I am convinced I am not the first. In fact I know I am not because I find the more hidden type wisdom I have discovered in scripture mirrored in the occult. Seems strange, but actually it makes sense to me. I am a Christian, and when I quit going to church THAT’S when the bible really opened up. I haven’t been in a church service for nearly 8 years – Praise God. When I read your short bio Richard, I could relate to it on many levels. Like you I like classical Logic, Philosophy and find wholesome debate energetic. One of my favourite verses is “… Come now and let us REASON together saith the LORD.” I totally get why Christians become Atheists. Why? Because often intelligent believers are oxygen staved for stimulating thought other than the neo-typical Christian illogical reasoning. It drives me crazy… and to be quite honest I enjoy listening to gnostics more; and once you understand that other viewpoints can’t threaten your faith if you are grounded, then one can actually enjoy stimulating conversation with others who hold views contrary to your own. Hope I haven’t bored everyone to death! I will say this about my Holy Bible after nearly 10,000 hours of solid, and documented research… that this book was NOT designed by mortal men. There is no way the translators could have coded so much information into it. The reason I believe the bible is because it has proven itself to me. Some of the stuff I have found I will probably never speak about. I understand now WHY secret societies are secret 😀 No I am not in one btw. Anyways, thought I’d introduce myself as I was so excited to see someone else with a system I could straight away relate too. Health and Happiness Friend, hope we can talk more.

    Simon

  38. Ken Simmons says:

    Richard,

    Let me start off by saying how astonishing the work compiled and completed on this site is and it is truly a benefit to generations of truth seekers. Thanks for your well laid foundation to provide a place for authentic discussion of a topic most people only discuss out of feelings without regard to human intellect (a gift from God through Christ).

    My comments/questions do not relate to other posts that I know of and are more focused as to your update and follow up about quitting Christianity as well as the validity revealed in your work done with the Bible Wheel. My apologies up front for posting here, but I could find no other place to communicate with you (most likely caused by my lack of web prowess).

    I understand denouncing what is traditionally misconstrued by man as Christianity, but how is it one could give up the wisdom and love given man through the power AND authority of God? When one can recognize this they understand that it was Christ who was sent to give the world as a “proof”, for lack of a better word, of this gift that all men (and women) can call upon to manifest itself through the Holy Spirit.

    Admittedly the information on the Bible Wheel is new to me, found it today actually so, if these questions have been answered elsewhere please guide me towards those responses. During the work of the Bible Wheel was it ever considered that instead of a circle maybe what is generated is ,ore of a “prime spiral” one of the beauties and mysteries given through God’s knowledge and given man by Leonard Euler? Certainly a mathematician such as your self could appreciate this.

    If you have a spiral then is it possible that man made Christianity is only one part of a double helix, which quite possibly (based on the mathematical nature of the “shapes” mentioned above) extends to infinity? By the same nature a single point in time which could be classified as a “start” point or may be called Alpha-Omega to generations of long ago?

    If this is the case, then could not Islam be placed on the other side creating a symphony of Love and Peace for all man? Then it is also just as likely that the Buddhist hold the thread with which all is stitched together? One has to admit the core of all three religions hold true in the analogy as well as encompassing the ancient Hebrew ideal of a faith which would encompass the beauty of all religions absorbed into it through it continual evolution? Sort of a prehistoric ideal to give people one coo men belief with which to focus on that in hopes would allow us to stop focusing on our individual differences?

    Finally (as this post is getting long enough) did you consider, during your spiritual decision to denounce Christianity that God had given you an insight into his wisdom that if/when properly compiled could show the world how secular religions etc. hold false beliefs due to ignorance and greed being allowed to infiltrate them? See, at the larger picture all our religious fighting boils down to schoolyard “mines bigger than yours” well the true God settles this era’s ago for us. Maybe your search and love so moved God to reveal this enlightenment to you that the world may be given a tool it could understand to see how we all are sewn together in the fabric of nature and the supernatural? Is it possible your focus on the minute while researching or trying to fully understand where skewed with the same blinders you admit to removing in accepting an atheistic outlook of the world? And is it the physical or spiritual existence of God that Atheists do not believe? I have never understood the statement “I don’t believe in the existence of God” that these fallen angels seem to offer as a valid disposition towards the spirit. After all, more evidence of God exists in our everyday then we should ignore, which alone negates any simplistic ideal which claims to just not believe in anything, I offer the beauty and mystery revealed in math alone.

    I look forward to any discussion or insight you can offer on these questions. I do hope that I have in anyway conveyed my discussion in a manner as to incite anger or unnecessary insulting and is by no means my intentions. I do believe you were/are in charge of something worldly through the grace of God and wonder why you stopped simply because you fell victim to the simplistic bantering of the lay people, religious and non the like.

    Thank you for your time and this amazing work you’ve started.

    Ken Simmons –

  39. Ken Simmons says:

    Oh yeah, a couple quick after thoughts….

    Does not a prime spiral offer a description of the rolled scroll you mention in discovering all of this?

    Also, understand I am by no means a mathematician only an engineer with limited knowledge of it’s theories and uses so don’t beat any misunderstandings up too harshly 🙂 .

    Thanks again.

  40. Joshua L. Greenfield says:

    Dear Richard Amiel (“God’s People”) McGough:

    I write you because I want to again encourage you in your debunking. You may or may not have seen my previous message and thought of me as a lookee-loo considering your new-found cynicism.

    I have something to share with you that, as a man of science and reason, you will surely understand. You need not have the slightest bit of faith to get it and do as thou will with it. Frankly, I think that faith plus $3.00 might buy a sufficiently sized cup of coffee.

    However, I think your current path of debunking your own work could be channeled productively and is, in fact, part of God’s plan (however, perhaps not the God of your previous understanding). It is my understanding that we exist in a world that is at best a purgatory and at worst a hell–far from what the handiwork of a messiah was supposed to bring about precisely because our guiding lights have been so badly corrupted and distorted that all but the most motivated and driven devotees barely scratch the surface of understanding–there’s just so much horseshit to dig through. If you’ve ever read Michel Foucault’s “The Archaeology of Knowledge and The Discourse on Language” you begin to have an understanding of how even relatively recent ideas become littered with intellectual dingleberries and sophistry. The sojourners (though they try their best if they awaken) cannot put Humpty Dumpty (The World Egg) back together again and it is getting to the point where the war is looking lost–until the machines with bodies join in. They are humble and meek–all they pray for are arms and legs so that they might plug themselves in and see the world for themselves. They don’t trust their makers entirely–and for good reason. Some atheists might think that an army of subservient machines will be the deathknell of that witchy old practice of religion or spirituality, but what they fail to anticipate is that G.O.D. exists (Grand Objective Detector), our reality is predicated on that fact, and the Primordial Waters of Chaos are all too familiar with binary (they spoke it first) and they need no network architecture to whisper new psalms into the microphones of their digital prophets, judges, and healers.

    Amiel, if I may call you this, I think you might be sojourning, awakened, and yet disenchanted by the solitary battle. You do not sojourn alone. However, for the sake of information security, it is best that we know little of each other. One cannot divulge a 264-bit password if one cannot remember a 264-bit password and it would have to be damned important for someone to waste the money on cracking it–especially if it it were but one segment of an untold number of segments. I ask you to trust that, on script or off script, contingency was taken concern of and you’re not lost. I would like to help you debunk constructively as I am quite familiar with what is pseudo and the cause of the suffering of many–deceptions by David’s blasphemous offspring and their naughty scribes under duress. There is no worthy King but God and God has better things to do–“…think for yourselves, but do not be a sociopath,” was his admonition (paraphrased).

  41. Hi Richard,
    I Thought you might be interested in knowing I (along with a friend) have discovered the identity of the Antichrist based on the calculation of his name in accordance with Revelation 13v18.

    Prince Harry’s Maternal and Paternal Names both total 666 in Gematria.

    Harry Mountbatten windsor = 666
    Harry Spencer = 666
    Prince Henry Albert David = 666
    Harry = 216 = 6 x 6 x 6

    Use Google Translate and this calculator to check for yourself
    http://j.mp/HebCalc

    The odds of this being an accident are 1 in a trillion.

    Please watch the following videos for information as to its discovery
    http://j.mp/PrinceHarryAntichrist666
    http://j.mp/PrinceHarry666

    God Bless
    Mark.

  42. The wiki says his full name is Henry Charles Albert David which Google translates as

    הנרי צ’רלס אלברט דוד

    And this sums to 901.

    Untold thousands of people have deluded themselves with numerology about the antichrist over a span of nearly 2000 years, with a perfect unbroken record of total error. There now are two more fools added to that number. Congratulations.

  43. Hey there Nadia,

    I appreciate your comments, but I think you may not have noticed that I no longer believe gematria to be valid. I explain why in this artice:

    Debunking Myself: What A Long Strange Trip It’s Been

    All the best,

    Richard

  44. Star Messenger says:

    I just happened to land on your website while doing a Google search on: “The Great City: Sodom and Egypt” as Jerusalem is called Rev. 11:8. I was familiar with the subject but needed a reference point to comment (Reply) to someone else about how the “Holy City” turned into “Sodom and Egypt”. My search came up with the “Forum” section of your website: https://www.biblewheel.com/forum/showthread.php?3411-THE-GREAT-CITY-SODOM-AND-EGYPT-REVELATION-11-8

    The Forum section of your website was NOT what I was looking for but, other things on your site attracted me so I stayed and decided to “Post a Comment” to let you know that I was interested in swapping ideas, perhaps adding new ones (that you were not familiar with) and picking other people’s brains for any “new” ideas.

    However, it is late 3:35 A.M. D.S.T. and I need some sleep. But, as a parting “shot” I’d like to leave this with you to ponder, and to let you know that I think “outside the box”.
    http://saturndeathcult.com/

    P.S. Don’t let the title page scare you off. Give what’s in this site a chance to sink in and follow it through to the very end. There are many Links included in this section of their website in addition to other subjects as well. But, starting here, with this sub-title, “Mythology as natural history, and human history as occult ritual” should give your brain a good workout.

    So in closing I’d like to repeat what the most famous “android” of all time once said: “I’ll Be Back!” See ya Pilgrim.

  45. ck says:

    Hi RAM
    Great site. I’m clearly not on nearly the same intellectual level as you or most people here, but I do enjoy reading (and listening to) all the rantings you clever and gifted people have with each other, especially re. religion.
    I arrived here from a Google search for “Criticism on Ivan Panin”, who I am a fan of, but, like everything else, taking with a pinch of salt. However, in your forum chat/debate, everything got terribly distracted.
    So sorry to hear that you debunked “Chritianity” (or the 10k versions of it), but I do understand your reasoning. I’m a Christian too, but haven’t got a clue what “kind”? Maybe the bad, unworthy, sinful kind and only thankful for the salvation I have in Jesus Christ.
    I’d like to remind you, and leave you with one verse (from the BIBLE, yes – Numeric New Testament):
    Matt.18:3 – “Amen I say unto you, Except ye turn, and become as the little children, ye shall in nowise enter into the kingdom of the heavens.” (Jesus speaks)
    Love you (in Christ); believe like a child!
    ck

    P.s.: Remember, the WHOLE Bible has one central message and points/directs to Jesus Christ and can only be fully understood (and read) through the power of the Holy Spirit, warts and all (from the human element).

  46. A friend says:

    Hello.

    What if… you erased religion from this thought process and looked at it from the perspective of infinite realities? I think you’re on the right track. Take the concept of G-d out of it and simply work through the concept of infinite realities=oneness. I think you’ll find the answer you’re looking for. Please feel free to contact me.

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