The War at the End of Times
What Do Bible Codes from Ezekiel Indicate?
The Skip's Story
What do the skips of the eight terms tell us? Our sages teach us that numbers represent concepts. The numbers of interest here are 5, 6, 8 and 9. Five stands for judgment, six for falsehood, eight for supernatural, and nine for the truth. There is much written on the subject by different authors with many reasons and examples given. If we break down the eight skips that are used in the search, the following is observed:
If we drop the falsehood (6) from the table above, we are left with the truth that states:
Even an ancient law (given in the Bible) must be kept alive.
Here at the eighth term with the sum of the digits = 5 = judgment. WE have to make a judgment as to the meaning of the term JUSTICE. Are we being told by the skips that:
- Even THE ancient law JUSTICE (given in the Bible) must be kept alive
- Even any ancient law (given in the Bible) must be kept alive – that is UPRIGHTNESS.
The Rest of the Terms
After the first eight terms, the next set of eight terms yields only two possible long ELSs that may have a message. However, there is a gap between the first eight terms and term eleven, in the order of shortest skip to the longest skip found in Ezekiel 40. Below is the list of the terms that were considered. The suggestion is that the terms with the shortest skips are the terms that contain the most significant messages, if at all.
The Countries that May Be Involved
In modern times, two countries stand out with their hatred of Israel. Iraq under Saddam Hussein showered Israel with SCUD missiles. Currently, Iran made a few anti-Semitic/anti-Israeli remarks that produced strong reactions from world leaders. According to news reports, Iraq and Iran have subsidized terrorist attacks on Israel.
It is interesting that these two countries figure well in the Bible where the End of Times is discussed and the attack on Israel is described. Outlined below are the terms including Iran and Iraq:
What started as an exercise in examining the term war in Ezekiel 40, ended in revealing significant extensions of the eight terms with the shortest skips, and of several other terms as well. The truly sobering fact is that the extensions of those eight terms all focus tightly on the subject of war.
Given the hostilities in the Middle East, these codes may come to have even greater meaning for all of us.
All Scripture references in this article are taken from The Jerusalem Bible as presented in CodeFinder: Millennium Edition.
[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 email@example.com.]
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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