About Jackson Rubem
The author and journalist Jackson Rubem was born in Irecê – Chapada Diamantina – Bahia.
He currently resides in Salvador- Bahia- Brazil.
Began his writing career by publishing pocket books (with a pseudonym) and erotic tales in Brazilian magazines of national circulation. After a few years, he abandoned this literary genre despite profit.
Later he worked at Banco do Brasil and dedicated himself to historical research.
He wrote and published several books, including Irecê – História, Casos e Lendas; Irecê – Um Pedaço Histórico da Bahia; Irecê- A Saga dos Imigrantes; História de Irecê para Jovens; Lapão, Cem Anos de História; Brasileiros Pré-Cabralinos – História e Arte Rupestre (Brazilians Before Cabral: History and Rock Art).
The Brazilian Newspaper O Brasileirinho
Besides the books, another activity caused great pleasure to the writer: the launch of the newspaper O Brasileirinho.
It was ten years of printed editions that children liked too much.
They competed with parents to see who would read first.
Brasileirinho received praise from the then program of Xuxa, on the Brazilian television network Globo. Likewise, other television channels praised the newspaper. It is undeniable importance of the first Brazilian newspaper made with participation of children and young people.
O Brasileirinho continues to exist online only with publications under the Creative Commons license.
Automatic writing and drawing
One of Jackson Rubem’s hobbies is drawing automatically, while thinking of a celebrity, for example. Your hand moves by itself and in a few seconds produces a drawing.
- Jackson believes in God without religion and never took part in any.
- He believes that the Bible is the word of God. However, it recognizes the adulteration of some translations.
- Heaven will be on earth after Jesus Christ took the power of the governments of the world.
- According Bible prophecy, extraterrestrial city Jerusalem will descend from heaven. It will take the place of the destroyed Rome.
He works at conclusion of the trilogy Rome Armageddon.
The first book in the trilogy tells of a large congregation of world peace in Rome. Last Pope of Rome gathers all the governments there, deceiving them in the name of world peace. The intention, however, is for war.
The attack that will destroy Rome will occur during this meeting. Simultaneously, all worthy of salvation (and tha does not depend on religion) will be withdrawn from the planet earth and taken to the extraterrestrial city, Jerusalem Heavenly.
The city descends from heaven with the Lord Jesus and the saved. It will occupy the area of Rome destroyed.
Two other books are part of the trilogy. One talks about the math of God hidden in the Bible in Daniel. The other shows the math of God in the book of Revelation.
I wanted to discredit the Bible, but before doing so I ruled out any possibility of it being inspired.
So I thought. If the Bible is the word of God, then it has a hidden math. A mathematics unknown to the most severe critics and the most insightful exegetes. After all, many people say that mathematics is the language of God.
I asked myself this question:
“Are the numbers in the Bible random or are they the result of mathematical calculations?”
If the result of my research showed that they are random, then I would not believe in the divine inspiration of the Bible.
If the results were by mathematical calculations, God inspired men to write such numbers, even without showing them the operations that resulted in them.
I do not mean ordinary mathematical calculations.
I refer to complex mathematical calculations, almost impossible to do at the time of writing the Bible, when there was no calculator and not even the number zero.
777 in the Bible
Believe me. I got a shock when I found mathematical calculations in the Bible that result, for example, in the number 777 repeated so many times they would fill some volumes of the British encyclopaedia.
It is worth mentioning that the 7 is present from the book of Genesis until the Apocalypse. The number 777, however, is hidden.
777 is the number of God (7) emphasized three times. The mathematical calculations of God repeat the number thousands of times in the Bible. I show in my two trilogy books how to do these calculations.
You can find numbers in the Bible such as 1335, 2520 (seven times), 1260, 1290. But you do not know the mathematical operations that resulted in such numbers because they are hidden. I have discovered these operations and I show them in two books of the trilogy.
1260, for example, could not be 1261, nor 1259, because if it were, the number 1335 and 1290 would be wrong.
I have the dream to publish this research for people to know this hidden aspect of the Bible, whose importance Cambridge recognizes.
I plan to launch it until May 2018.
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