# The “Copper Scroll” Bible: A Match Made in Heaven

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**The Copper Scroll Treasure Map**

A Copper Scroll was found in a cave by the Dead Sea in 1952 and it astounded biblical scholars. They expected to find religious doctrine but instead, the scroll listed 64 sites where vast quantities of gold and silver treasures were buried over 2,000 years ago. Many expeditions were organised to find the buried treasure but alas, they all ended in failure. I found it surprising that the copper scroll was adorned with numbers. It listed the numerical weights of treasures together with the numerical depths to dig to find the lucrative caches. Because I was investigating a long lost biblical calendar, I was able to recognize some of its indices on the copper scroll. It indicated that the treasures on the copper scroll were a smokescreen. Instead, the numbers on the scroll themselves were the real gems for they formed into a splendid matrix of meticulously organised numbers as is shown in the Illustration below. It contained the encoded data to rebuild that long lost calendar of the biblical scribes in antiquity. The details on how the illustration was constructed item by item are outlined in my book, **The “Copper Scroll” Bible**. **A paperback version of the book is available on Amazon.**

Knowledge was power and this secret calendar seemingly was the medium the biblical priests utilized to forecast future celestial events in the heavens – the realm of the Gods. Their foremost prediction with this sacred calendar was the birth of a Messiah at the time of a bright star over Bethlehem.

**The Layout of the Copper Scroll**

The copper scroll was arranged in twelve columns as shown in the illustration above. The 64 sites where the treasures were secretly buried are listed as rows 1 to 64. The instructions were for the treasure hunter to dig a depth in the biblical units of cubits in order to find so many talents of gold and silver treasures. (A talent weighed around 70 pounds or 35 Kilograms) The cubits are shown in green while the talent weights of treasures are shown in gold. The Extra numbers such as the third floor, 4 angles, 2 sides etc. were the details about the layout of the burial sites. There were seven sets of Greek letters and these proved to be brackets, which formed some of the numbers into groups. For instance, the numbers in between the Greek letters of **HN** and **ΣK** had the same total as the final age of Methuselah at 969 years while the total of the numbers between the Greek letters of **ΔI** and **ΣK** was equal to the final age of his son Lamech at 777 years. The biblical mathematicians had overlain the ages of the first biblical patriarchs on the scroll as checksum ready reckoners, which would allow future investigators to check and establish if the numbers had retained their original values intact. The complete lists of cubit measurements and the weights of gold and silver treasures in talents are shown in the spreadsheets below.

**The Tables of Figures**

The spreadsheet tables with the twelve columns and the 64 rows of figures representing the 64 treasure sites are shown below. It lists the numbers of cubits to dig and the weights of the gold and silver in talents, which were buried at those treasure sites. An example of the descriptions where the treasures were buried is as follows: ** In the cave belonging to the stoning heap, which faces east, dig in the opening nine cubits to find 21 talents.** Like the other descriptions for the other treasure sites, the details were too vague and so none of the sites were recognizable in the archaeological expeditions to find the hiding places. In contrast, just consider the details when the numbers only are utilized for two other sites as follows:

At site 32 it stated: **Under the eastern corner of the guardhouse dig seven cubits to find 22 talents.**

The two numbers of 22 and 7 should look familiar because they form the equation where 22 divided by 7 = 3.14, which is the ratio of the diameter to the circumference of a circle and it is known as Pi.

At site 33 it stated: *By the mouth of the water outlet dig 3 cubits, 60 talents and 2 talents of gold.*

The numbers 3, 60 and 2 also form into an equation where 3 × 60 × 2 = 360, which are the number of degrees in a circle.

Therefore, there were five numbers on the copper scroll and all were in sequence and they configured the ratio of Pi together with the number of degrees in a circle. That was just one example of the intelligent data that could be formed from the numbers grouped together on the copper scroll. It showed that the scroll was a comprehensive document of knowledgeable data and not a treasure map. The Tables of figures are shown below:

**The Duplicate Inventory of the Copper Scroll**

It outlined in the last column of the copper scroll that there was a duplicate inventory, which would outline the treasures and measurements item by item. It turned out that the duplicate inventory was the set of original books, which became the Old Testament. The scribes had arranged the numbers at the very beginning of the copper scroll into couplets where they were within the brackets of those Greek letters. With the use of a biblical search engine, I found that those couplets of numbers on the copper scroll led to similar couplets of numbers in the Old Testament. A match with couplets of numbers was as rare as finding twins. The research showed that those couplets of numbers in the Old Testament held the key to a huge disguised archive of astronomy. The archive was distributed throughout the Old Testament and it main module was that sacred divine like calendar of the biblical prophets.

**Conclusion**

The biblical writers had somehow acquired a sophisticated knowledge of astronomy, which they held in secret. The knowledge was obviously considered to be of divine origins, and that was possibly why the writers repackaged the indices secretly as data banks of numbers of incredible old ages of the patriarchs or as two enormous censuses. Nobody discovered the true contents of the data on astronomy even though it was hidden literally in plain sight. The scribes apparently expected that the copper scroll would be deciphered someday to reveal the secret data in the Old Testament.

Michael Hearns (Author)

E mail sevenbiblewonders@gmail.com

**A paperback version of The “Copper Scroll” Bible is available on Amazon**

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