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Verifying the Purim Story continued
Example 6. Hashem, skip = 2
(Second case of skip 2, and one of one case of the skip = -2)
Gloom of the Heart
The story is simple in the two verses below:
Esther 6:13 — And Haman recounted unto Zeresh his wife and all his friends everything that had befallen him. Then said his wise men and Zeresh his wife unto him:
Esther 6:14 — While they were yet talking with him, came the king's chamberlains, and hastened to bring Haman unto the banquet that Esther had prepared.
Haman's advisors tell him that he is doomed against Mordecai, and he is hastened to his doom. Who hastened Haman? The plain text indicates clearly: "the king's chamberlains." What is hidden is the Real King. The answer is hidden in the phrase "hasten to bring." As the rabbis expound that when it is written King Xerxes it means the man. However, in this case the "king" is The King! The King creates the cure before the sickness. The name of Hashem is found twice in this little matrix. It is there for emphasis and for two different reasons: (1) He hastens the doom to those who caused gloom, and (2) He causes gloom to those who planned doom.
B. Verifying That Hashem Is There at Critical Times
Example 7. Hashem, skip = 3 and -3
(Two through five cases of six of the skips = 3 and -3)
The Turn Around — Revenge
In the cluster below, Hashem is found four times at a critical time where the Jews take revenge on their enemies. The story begins four verses earlier:
Esther 9:1 — Now in the twelfth month, which is the month Adar, on the thirteenth day of the same, when the king's commandment and his decree drew near to be put in execution, in the day that the enemies of the Jews hoped to have rule over them; whereas it was turned to the contrary, that the Jews had rule over them that hated them.
On the prescribed day, the enemies of the Jews were going to kill Jews in Shushan the capital (and everywhere else in the world). However, the opposite happened. The Jews killed their enemies in the capital of Shushan. In the cluster below, the two long terms can mean two different things. It can be read that:
- In Shushan, the capital, they killed the Jews; or the opposite
- In Shushan, the capital, they Jews killed . . .
The four codes of Hashem within that phrase are also in opposite directions. Two at a skip of 3 and two at minus 3. They happen in pairs. The story could have happened in two different ways. However, who was there to see a happy end for the Jews? Who was there to turn the will of flesh and blood to the contrary?
Hashem is now revealed in the Purim story, and His intent is clarified in the next code below.
C. Verifying That Hashem Is There for All Times
Example 8. Hashem, skip = -3
(Sixth case out of six of the skip = -3)
Esther 1:20 — And when the king's1 decree which he shall make shall be published throughout all his kingdom2, great though it be, all the wives3 will give to their husbands4 honour5, both to the great and small6.
- The King of Kings
- His dominion on earth
- Israel is compared to Hashem's wife.
- Hashem is compared to the husband of Israel.
- Worship (Hashem, and go in His ways as directed in the Bible).
- The learned and the uneducated, the smart and the not so smart. All will recognize Hashem.
D. Verifying That Hashem Is Communicating a Message
Is it possible that a special code was created right at the beginning of the book of Esther (starting at chapter 1 verse 17) to suggest that the above codes are correct?
Ed Sherman suggested that there is a code with my name in Esther and that I should look at it. I did find one for Moshe Shak at the lowest skip (minus 73) in Esther. Next, I extended it. Look below and judge for yourself.
Bear in mind that the center of the two matrices in Section A, Example 5, is "joy and happiness" or "light and happiness." Orah is derived from the root Or meaning light. The word Maor is also from the same root with a similar meaning. In Genesis, the sun and the moon are described as the big and little maor. The term maor below has more than one meaning. It refers to enlightening with knowledge, as well as the light as in delight. The entire long term refers to crying for Hashem's help, Hashem's willingness to help, and how he does it, and how he relaxes when woe comes to the aggressor.
They (the bible codes terms), Moshe Shak, make sense. They enlighten.
(Hashem) heard the wailing (of the Jews in the capital Shushan).
He thinned out and broke (the enemies of the Jews),
(then Hashem) calmed down. Woe (is) to the aggressor.
The next shortest skip Moshe Shak term, also produced results.
And Moshe Shak wrote them (the codes) for himself (to publish).
[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.
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