posted on Sep, 30 2006 @ 12:59 PM
Several weeks ago, I began working on a program to test what bible codes may look like using something other than the Hebrew Torah. I am using the
King James translation of the Old Testament (in English), and I think I may be on to something exciting !?!? I found the following 'codes' in the
book of Ezekiel:
Head Of State Gorge Bush (ELS skip 777)
Fiery Hell (ELS Skip 777)
TenTevet (ELS Skip 776)
Manhattan (ELS Skip 5755)
The first four items above are in very close proximity to each other. TenTevet means the tenth day of the Hebrew month Tevet (their tenth month). The
8 letter word 'Tentevet' is found only a few letters away from where Ezekiel records "the tenth day of the tenth month" (Ezekiel 24). This year,
that day falls on December 31. That chapter is about the burning of a city symbolically called the "Bloody City". Using other skip levels I have
found several on-topic words in the same vicinity; Sodom, Leader, States, Eagle, Flags, Beast, Seat, Fire, Hidden.
The software I've written allows me to check for a word (or a two word phrase) using a range of Skip Levels. The 9 letter word 'Manhattan' is found
ONLY in the book of Ezekiel, and NOT in ANY other book. I searched using ELS skip levels between 2 and 9999, and found it only in 5755. That JUST SO
HAPPENS TO BE the Jewish year of when the Bible Codes was discovered. I also found the 7 letter word 'Tootsie' (no joke!) at skip level 1994 (the
gregorian year equivalent to 5755). A Tootsie is a harlot. The context in Ezekiel is about an adulterous harlot.
When I started this, it was more for entertainment purposes. But now it's become something different. I am intrigued moostly because the codes I have
found turn out to be a confirmation of an interpretation of Revelation which predicts the leader of the USA may die a fiery death at the end of this
year. I am currently trying to compute the probability of finding words and phrases. Though I'm a math buff, I could still use some help from anyone
who's an expert at probability. Here's what I've done so far:
M = total # of letters in Matrix (the text being searched)
W = number of letters in phrase being sought
S = ELS Skip
Using only the 26 characters of the English alphabet, the total number of possible combinations for the matrix is 26 raised to the M power (a HUGE
number). The total number of combinations that contain the Phrase would be 26 raised to the M-W power, multiplied by the number of times the Phrase
can fit in the Matrix at ELS Skip S, which is computed as:
Integer portion of M / S (# of full rows in Matrix) - W + 1
multiply above result by: S (# of columns in Matrix)
add above result to: M mod S (# of columns in last row of matrix)
There is a problem with the above method; it does not adjust for the fact that the text being searched will have more E's than any other letter, and
more T's than any letter other than E, and so on. In other words, I do not know how to include in the final computation Letter Frequencies. HELP
Lastly, I should note another interesting coincidense: Trying to figure out how a date MIGHT be encoded using only the english alphabet, I tried the
I then took certain 4 "digit" sequences, 1234, 2345, and 3210, and encoded them using the above key as 'BCDE' and 'LMNO', 'CDEF' and 'MNOP',
'DCBA' and 'NMLK'. I used the corresponding digit 'equivalence' as the ELS Skip, and found that:
'BCDE' and 'LMNO' are BOTH found exactly 7 times at ELS Skip 1234.
'CDEF' and 'MNOP' are BOTH found exactly 4 times at ELS Skip 2345.
'DCBA' and 'NMLK' are BOTH found exactly 1 time at ELS Skip 3210.
I wonder what the odds are of finding that in other texts. Soon, I will make it so the software can search books like Mody Dick.
Any comments welcomed, but Math help would be EXTREMELY appreciated. THANKS !!!