Summary of "Remarkable Psalm 22 Cluster Grows"

In December 2004, we published our findings on the Psalm 22 Cluster. This remarkable cluster dwarfs the Hanukah cluster presented by Professor Barry Simon in The Case Against the Codes. We recently decided to revisit that cluster.

We are often asked about the significance of Bible codes—surely a few random one- or two-word finds is not all that meaningful. This is true. But what if you find 192 codes, with half of them eight to 20-plus letters long (i.e., too long to be by chance), which all pass through a single chapter of text.

And what if you re-examine 32 of the shorter codes and find that, in addition to the previous findings, 15 of them produce ELSs of significant length. Combined with our previous findings, you have a cluster of codes where 111 out of 192, or 58% of the codes, are longer than eight letters. The Hanukah cluster did not have a single code of eight or more letters.

Here are two of the 15 codes:

Immediately, two passages of Scripture come to mind. The first passage is the Parable of the Sower, found in Mark 4:14. "The sower sows the word." (NKJV)

The second is found in Galatians 6:6-10. The passage encourages generosity and perseverance in doing good and says that whatever a man sows, he reaps.

Regarding Code #2: Alternate translations of the code are: The King of Kings was from a living son. OR The King of Kings came from a living son.

A Living Son: Jesus is called the Son of the Living God in numerous places in the New Testament. If He is the Son of the Living God, it would follow that He is the Living Son. (John 6:68-69)

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