One key term sums up the appearance of many terms in the matrix. It states, "There is licentiousness, debauchery, wild behavior." Not only are there numerous statistically significant terms that elaborate on the theme, they repeat, intertwine, and share letters with one or more terms, etc. In the table below, some of the terms that share a letter, appear in a split-up position. In the right portion of the term, on the left side of the part-term, the letter that is shared appears in color. The key words are highlighted in yellow. Notice, for example, that the term prostitution appears at its lowest skip in the matrix three times. In all three cases, the first letter zain, is shared by all the three terms. This is highly unusual. It is also of interest that the term zonah or a prostitute is spelled with almost the same letters. The only difference is that in the case of prostitution, the letter used is a taf, while in prostitute, the letter used is a heh. Since there are many more hehs than tafs, the term prostitute should appear more than the term prostitution. This is not the case. The only statistically significant prostitute term has two different meanings questioning the willingness of the participant (victim?) to be a prostitute.
All this perhaps underlines the message given by the other terms that it is not as common to have willing prostitutes, as it is to find forced prostitution, despicable methods of obtaining prostitution, and the lies that are used to lure victims to prostitution. However, any way we look at it, the term prostitution is heavily linked in the matrix to wild behavior, lust, enforcement, or slavery (), and lies.
See also other related terms:
When Did It Start and What Happened?
The tsunami started on the 14th of the month of Tevet (in the Hebrew calendar) in 2004, or in the Hebrew year of 5,765. Is this date statistically significant near the term the tsunami that was seen above? If we look at the date terms on their own, the odds against them showing up are not that impressive. On the other hand, the extensions of the date terms are statistically very significant. Moreover, they are very revealing in the overall message of the matrix. In the table below, we can see both the term from 5,765, and its two extensions that indicate that "as of 5,765 South Asia will be humiliated — He was strict." It is interesting that in Jeremiah, the term bow-down, is associated with (and appears next to) the term prostitute.
In order to look at the extended term of 14th of Tevet, we will have to extend the matrix represented in the table below even further. On the other hand, the statistical significance of the message is awesome. So is the message: (On the) "14th of Tevet — the army of netherworld (Hell) — and strike!" was unleashed? The devastation of the army of waves that struck does resemble Hell. What happened? As the long term below illustrates there was utter destruction. The three-letter term means destruction. Within the long term, the word destruction coincides twice with the same term destruction (note the green letters within the two ellipses). The long term underscores the utter destruction that was caused by the water. The term (was thrown) that appears once again within a long term, underscores the great destruction as was the case for the pursuing Egyptians crossing the Nile (see the Tsunami table, line #18, in the section titled "The Tsunami (in Exodus)" ** ). The term appears again as part of a longer term "G-d threw Asia . . . (note that in the Bible, the term is followed by the word to the sea)."
In fact, the term RAMAH or threw into the sea keeps reappearing in many ways . . .
If we want to get another perspective on the great tragedy, we can look at the holocaust term:
Where Did It Happen?
The terms South Asia are implicated in the matrix. Note all the negative terms such as deformation, noise, threw (into the sea), and ate them up — are extended from the term Asia/east/or south. As always, an extension is applied only to a term at its lowest skip as found in the matrix.
[Moshe Shak bases his matrices on strict rules as outlined in his book Bible Codes Breakthrough. He only uses statistically significant terms, and many other strict rules to minimize the chance of presenting bogus "codes." Contact Moshe at firstname.lastname@example.org.]
Moshe Aharon Shak is a frequent contributor to BCD. If you are interested in reading more articles by Shak, be sure to visit the Directory of Moshe Aharon Shak's Articles for links to his other articles posted on BCD's site.
Articles on South Asia's Sex Trade and Child Slavery Industries
Prior to the tsunami, there were a number of reports about the rapid growth of the sex trade and child slavery industries in South Asia.
In August 1998, the International Labour Organization posted a news release about the hardships that generate the sex industry in Southeast Asia. In the release, they note that in 1993 and 1994, the number of female, male, and child prostitutes in Indonesia ranged from 140,000 to 230,000, and the industry has only grown since then.
In a 2003 posting, the Anti-Slavery Society gives a heart-wrenching account of how families are convinced to give up their children to be trained for a good job, while in reality the children are being kidnapped and put into abusive sweatshop conditions.
On September 29, 2004, the BBC News reported a warning from UNICEF (The United Nations Children's Fund) that the growing number of women and children in the sex trade in South Asia was upwards of 500,000.
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