Global Crisis Codes Echo Current Concerns

The following article will present in detail the Global Crisis codes collection, but for those of you who would like a condensed version, here is a short introduction to three of the codes.

The global crisis has created an evil spirit.

This code could be construed as an End Times code. It could easily be a recap of 2 Timothy 3:1-5.

There exist the live ones who are fed.
What a shame that the global crisis was financed.

Reading like a conspiracy theory, it implies that the crisis itself was deliberately created by people who stood to profit from it.

The fearful are learning from the global crisis,
and its echo is awakening.

If the current crisis is an echo, it could be an echo of the Great Depression or that a second wave of economic problems is awakening.

Read on for a more in-depth analysis . . .

Following the publication of The Global Economic Crisis codes, we received requests to search for Global Crisis, Global Famine, Great Famine and World Plague. Throughout history there have been many calamities and famines. In presenting these codes, we are not implying that these events will take place in the future. In addition, we are not encouraging the use of the codes for divination. Our stance is that the codes should not be used to foretell the future. Often when we find a code, we do not completely understand it until the event takes place. Or we don't even search for something until it happens, then we find the code.

As we noted in our February 2004 Digest: "God reserves the future for Himself because He desires mankind to trust Him concerning the unknown. In the law given to Moses, the Lord was tough on false prophets who attempted to foretell coming events or to 'speak presumptuously' without His guidance. They were to be put to death (Deuteronomy 18:20). Likewise, people who used false prophecy to lead people away from trust in Jehovah were to die (Deuteronomy 13:5). Mediums, or diviners of secret things, were also condemned to death by the Lord (Leviticus 20:27)."

We would encourage our audience not to view the codes as a way to foretell the future, but as a sign of God's authorship of the Bible.

Nathan Jacobi, Ph.D., parsed and translated the codes.

Global Crisis

We searched for three different spellings of Global Crisis. Of the findings, six ELSs resulted in extensions. They range from 17 to 44 letters long.

Global Crisis (1b)

The global crisis has created an evil spirit.

This code could be construed as an End Times code. It could easily be a recap of the following passage:

    But mark this: There will be terrible times in the last days. People will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boastful, proud, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, without love, unforgiving, slanderous, without self-control, brutal, not lovers of the good, treacherous, rash, conceited, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God—having a form of godliness but denying its power. Have nothing to do with them.
    —2 Timothy 3:1-5 (NIV)

Global Crisis (1c)

The thread of global crisis—
where did everybody stay in the pure people?

The word thread in this code is interesting because of the variety of meanings of the word. While the most common meaning is a fine cord of cotton or other fibers spun to be used in sewing or knitting, it can also mean something that runs through the course of successive parts, as in a story or history. In computer parlance, it is a series of newsgroup messages dealing with the same subject. So, what could the thread of global crisis mean? Perhaps it means that there is a common threat, such as a global financial crisis, health threat or famine, or that some individual element of the threat, affects the entire world. These would constitute a common thread.

Symbolically speaking, thread could refer to DNA, since a DNA strand is twisted much like thread. If so, then the common thread might be the bacteria or virus, or the method of transmitting the disease, and the pure people would be those who had not been taken ill or were immune to the illness. One would want to take refuge with them in order to stay well.

Global Crisis (1d)

Global crisis—God is your Lord.
She has fixed against me the star of the mouth,
for will they there scale down the verbiage?

This 44-letter-long code could be from a Jewish or Christian point of view. Perhaps even a pastor speaking from the pulpit, reminding his congregation that even in a global crisis—God is your Lord. The remainder of the code could refer to the media, eager to report on a crisis. The speaker could be calling for them to cut back on mouthing opinions about the causes and possible cures of the crisis.

Global Crisis (2c)

Let him command that it be prevented,
so we will be proud of the global crisis.

This code reads like the populace calling upon their leader to prevent the fallout of the crisis, so that they can all be proud of how it was handled.

Global Crisis (2e)

There exist the live ones who are fed.
What a shame that the global crisis was financed.

In contrast to the previous code, this one reads like a conspiracy theory. It implies that the crisis itself is a deliberate act on someone's or some group's part, and that they were well fed or profited from it, perhaps relating to an economic crisis.

Global Crisis (3e)

The fearful are learning from the global crisis,
and its echo is awakening.

There are always lessons to be learned in any crisis, but this code speaks of a crisis and its echo. This could imply that the current crisis is an echo of the Great Depression or that a second wave of economic problems is awakening.

Global Famine

We searched using two spellings for Global Famine. One out of the five shortest searches of the first spelling resulted in extensions. There were no findings for the second spelling.

Global Famine (1a)

I will sue whoever is lofty.
And where? In a global famine.

A legal and economic reference is made with the phrase, I will sue. The curious question is, who is lofty during a global famine? This code brings to mind Joseph preparing for famine in Egypt. He would be considered lofty in that circumstance. His own brothers, who had sold him into slavery, received desperately needed food and assistance from him. (See Genesis 45.)

Great Famine

We searched using two different spellings for Great Famine. None of the first five finds of the first spelling resulted in any extensions, but the second spelling resulted in a single finding—a 30-letter-long code.

Great Famine (2a)

Listen to the daughter of the great famine.
Here she screamed "provide!"
Make a blessing from the exalted one!

The daughter of the great famine could refer to someone coming to prominence due to the famine, or perhaps some type of bureaucracy developed because of it. If so, this person or entity is demanding provision, either food or financing, to help generate food.

World Plague

We searched using two spellings for World Plague. Of the five shortest skips of the first spelling, there were four extended codes, ranging from 12 to 49 letters long. Of three findings for the second spelling, none had any extensions.

World Plague (1a)
The pain of the world plague is God's reproach.

World Plague (1e)
World plague from the exalted one to me.

World Plague (1a) sounds like the utterance of a person or persons blaming God for a world-wide plague, while (1e) sounds like an individual blaming God for being taken ill with it. Both direct the blame for the plague at God.

World Plague (1c)

Please bear and compare the gift of the secret.
The world plague is stopping the father dwelling in God.
The mighty accompanying craftsman is witness to the stage within them.

Perhaps the gift of the secret is the cure for the plague, and the mighty accompanying craftsman is a scientist who discovers it. He is witness to the stage within them, or has insight into the affect it has on the body and the method for curing it. The father could be a person of respect or leadership who has been taken ill and cannot commune with God, because of the severity of the illness. Perhaps he is delirious or comatose.

This code is 49 letters long and is the longest in this series of searches.

World Plague (1d)

Wretched one, the world plague will have the city expire.
God will bring an end.

This 26-letter-long code reads like an Old Testament (Tanakh) Scripture. Consider the pattern in this Proverb:
    All the days of the oppressed are wretched,
    but the cheerful heart has a continual feast. —Proverbs 15:15 (NIV)

It has a parallel pattern of opposites, where the first phrase is negative, and the second is affirmative. While the code is not as short as a typical Proverb, there is the same pattern. First the negative, one crying out, oh wretched one, the world plague will have the city expire, describing the annihilation of an entire city by a plague, and then the affirmative, comforting word, God will bring an end. God will bring the end of the plague.

Complete Findings

The following table contains the complete findings for this series of searches.

Scripture quotations marked "NIV" are taken from the HOLY BIBLE, NEW INTERNATIONAL VERSION®. NIV® Copyright ©1973, 1978, 1984 by International Bible Society. Used by permission of Zondervan. All rights reserved.

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