posted on May, 26 2015 @ 09:55 AM
What if John Nash really did discover a code being employed in various American publications as portrayed in the movie "A Beautiful Mind"? What if
he was gaslighted in an effort to discredit his claims that this code existed? What if the Nobel Prize was awarded to him as part of an effort to
make sure he would never talk once he was released from the mental hospital? If this was the case, then we can imagine that as he grew older, Nash
would have wanted to leave something behind so that someday the lie of his insanity would be exposed. The best way to do this was to leave his
mathematical proof that the code existed to someone whom he thought he could trust and this is perhaps what he attempted to do when he traveled to
Oslo to receive the Abel Prize. If such a plan was discovered by his watchers, they may have decided that he needed to be eliminated.
I know that such a code exists because I see it myself and "correctness" of names plays a very big role in it. (In the movie, Nash is portrayed as
attempting to find a pattern in the movements of pigeons and this just happens to metaphorically match to his efforts to find a pattern in the
writings he examined.) The name of the driver of the cab in which Mr. Nash died is reportedly "Tarek" which just happens to mean "morning star".
The code is allegoric in character and the errors, contradictions and parallels found in the Bible are indicators of this code. The modern use of
this code would contain the same indicators. Nash could have easily seen these and realized that they formed a pattern that could not be explained by
chance. Since Nash discovered this code in the context of the Cold War, he would have not understood its true nature and would have been unable to
accurately decipher it. But his math could prove that it was real and that would encourage others to work on deciphering it and eventually someone
would have found the correct context and an "apocalypse" would have occurred.