The book asserts it has “deciphered Isaac Newton’s greatest paradox: None other than ‘the unified field theory’ of Bible prophecy.”The Romans established Londinium in about A. In the 16th century, William Camden believed that the “London Stone” was a Roman milestone from which all distances were measured in the province.
In the 17th century, Christopher Wren was able to observe the foundations of the London Stone underneath Cannon Street during the rebuilding of London after the Great Fire.
With this information, it is possible to extend a measuring line from the Temple Mount in Jerusalem to the exact center of ancient London, and by fixing a point on the site of the temple mount, a measuring line extended over Jerusalem to the center of London produces 1,948.40 nautical miles.
Therefore, incredibly, recorded in the earth between the Temple Mount of Jerusalem and the historic center of London is what Flynn sees as the fulfillment of Newton’s own prediction: Israel became a nation again May 14th, 1948, corresponding perfectly to a distance between the temple and London of 1948 nautical miles. It turns out is 1,441,000 feet from the Jerusalem Temple to the Great Pyramid in Giza.
As in the Bible Code, what we have here more likely than not, is selecting what supports the theory and ignoring what does not.