How and why would the entire Hebrew alphabet be encrypted throughout the chapters of 1st Nephi? The author of The Book of Mormon Code reveals her groundbreaking discovery of this extraordinary cipher she’s named, “The Alpha & Omega Code” and explains how it affirms the veracity and divinity of The Book of Mormon, and Joseph Smith’s prophetic gift of translation. In addition, she describes its profound implications for the convincing of the Jews that Jesus is the Christ. Once you know the code, you’ll never read the scriptures the same way again!
Bio: Natasha Pizorno is an author, researcher, and 27-year licensed educator. She is a graduate of the University of Nevada, Reno and Sierra Nevada College Graduate School of Education.
During a decade of cutting-edge investigation, Natasha discovered many significant, and previously unknown Hebrew cryptograms embedded throughout the scriptures. Her new work, The Book of Mormon Code, deciphering the hidden Hebrew messages in The Book of Mormon, published in 2020 is a compilation of these enlightening sacred ciphers.
Natasha spent her youth traveling the world. She waded through the waters of Hezekiah’s tunnel, walked among the ruins of Masada and Rome, touched the petroglyphs of the Piutes, climbed to the top of Chichen Itza and Coba pyramids in Mexico, and entered the king’s chamber deep inside the Cheops pyramid in Egypt. Her extensive adventures sparked a lifelong interest in exploring our connections with the ancient world.
Natasha and her husband Robert have been married 28 years and are parents of four amazing children. They recently reunited with their second missionary daughter who returned from serving in Serbia, Bosnia & Croatia in April 2021.
The websites Natasha mentions at the end for learning more about ancient Hebrew are:
https://Ancient-hebrew.org (click on Hebrew alphabet chart)
https://Jewishvirtuallibrary.org (search Hebrew alphabet – I’ve embedded it in the link)
Recommend starting here: https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/the-hebrew-alphabet-aleph-bet
She also mentions this book:
“The Word: The Dictionary That Reveals the Hebrew Source of English” by Isaac Mozeson
A couple other resources I’ve found and just want to document here are this page which teaches the individual Hebrew letters in short videos:
And this page which lets you print a chart of the letters.
Also, an amazing book that got me started which was out of print but now available on Amazon is “Roots of the Bible” by Friedrich Weinreb.