What do "Prince Harry London" and "Nixon Resign" have in common? Would you believe the Bible? According to DivineCoders, an online community that is dedicated to searching for equidistant letter combinations in the Bible, word combinations like these can be found in the form of code that can be discovered and deciphered with the help of software such as DivineCoders' Bible Code Software. Some people interpret the results as conveying messages of possibly divine origin. Users can share their findings online in a forum for commentary and analysis.
Bible Code Software is free for noncommercial use, but you have to provide an e-mail address and sign up for a free account to use the community resources and participate in the forum. The site wouldn't log us in, though we tried three different accounts. We kept receiving an error message that urged us to try again. We even tried a typo to see if the problem was the log-on screen, but the software caught the error yet still refused to log us on.
Still, you can perform searches without logging in, and the program's PDF-based manual gave us a good look at how the tool works as well as the concept. The site's Frequently Asked Questions ("Required reading for all first-time users") explain its research methodology and standards.
Whether you put much faith in its results or not, the process is fun. Despite our log-on problems, if you're interested in this unique community, you may want to try to have a look for yourself.