In the News: Japan Prepares
for a Missile Attack
from North Korea
Historically, North Korea has used major holidays as a time to show off their military strength to the world, and there have been concerns about them targeting U.S. military installations in Japan and Guam. (Yahoo News) According to The New York Times, the Japanese army has already taken defensive action by installing "a battery of interceptor missiles on the grounds of the Defense Ministry in central Tokyo." (Map from New York Times. Estimated range of North Korean missiles.)
Conquer the Axis of Evil in the island,
or an elephant that I raise will fly.
In this code, conquer the Axis of Evil in the island may refer to the need to quash an attempt on North Korea's part to attack U.S. interests in Japan (island). The elephant may refer to the Republican Party. The code may refer to the U.S. launching aerial attacks from Japan on North Korean forces.
In April 2013, as North Korea headed into a period of celebration, including the first anniversary of Kim Jong-un's formal ascent to power, the 20th anniversary of his father's rule (Kim Jong-il), and the anniversary of the birth of the young Kim's grandfather, state founder Kim Il-sung, the near-daily threats against South Korea and the United States had South Korea increasing surveillance of the movement of missiles. (Reuters)
On April 11, one missile was raised into firing position, and then was later reported to be lowered back down, giving rise to concerns that North Korea was "trying to 'mess' with the world." (CNN)
After the surrender of Japan in WWII (1945), the Korean peninsula was divided along the 38th parallel. The Soviet Union occupied the north and the U.S. occupied the south. Beginning in February 1946, Kim Il-sung headed the "Provisional People's Committee for North Korea." Then, following the Soviet withdrawal of the north (1948), and the U.S. withdrawal of the south (1949), the Korean War broke out in 1950 lasting until 1953. Following the armistice, border skirmishes and assassination attempts marked the 1960's and 1970's. (Wikipedia)
In January 2002 during a speech given by U.S. President George W. Bush, he spoke of the Axis of Evil. This term refers to Iran, Iraq and North Korea as enemies of the U.S. and as countries that support terrorist activities and the acquisition and building of nuclear weapons (weapons of mass destruction). (Wikipedia)
On December 17, 2011, Kim Jong-il died, and his youngest son Kim Jong-un was announced as his successor. The announcement triggered South Korea and the U.S. to put their troops on "high alert" as this change in leadership caused great uncertainty about the future direction of the country. (Wikipedia)
North Korea and Axis of Evil
In light of the recent events surrounding North Korea, we thought the codes found on North Korea and Axis of Evil merited a second look. These codes were found shortly after the 9/11 attacks.
- Conquer the Axis of Evil in the island, or an elephant that I raise will fly.
- For N. Korea is mine in a manner rushing in me.
- For the Axis of Evil is like the other one.
- If she is a whore to the six, N. Korea is God's gift in proliferation.
- More than an easy description of N. Korea.
- N. Korea, exalt, rejoice, see that my creed is the truth. Here, their congregation is in her.
- Woe, N. Korea, my protection has drowned and died.
- Your total level of protection of N. Korea is that of a brother.
All of these codes appear in either the Ezekiel 37 or Ezekiel 40 codes clusters. Some of the codes also pass through the Genesis-Exodus and Deuteronomy Clusters. For more information on clusters, visit our Major Clusters page.
These codes were parsed and translated by Nathan Jacobi, Ph.D.
Several More Long Codes
For N. Korea is mine
in a manner rushing in me.
China has been a longtime ally of North Korea, in spite of North Korea's rocket launches, nuclear weapons testing, and the kidnapping of Chinese fisherman. However, recent sanctions endorsed by China, which have been enacted to keep peace and stability in the region, may jeopardize that relationship. (CNN) This code may refer to that tenuous relationship.
For the Axis of Evil is
like the other one.
Like the other one may refer to other groupings of countries that have been deemed dangerous to the stability of various regions in the world. These groupings include, but are not limited to:
- Iran, Iraq and Syria
- Iran, Syria and the Hamas-run Palestinian government
- Cuba, Libya and Syria
See Axis of Evil, Wikipedia for additional information.
If she is a whore to the six, N. Korea is
God's gift in proliferation.
Proliferation may refer to the growing concerns about North Korea's foray into building and/or acquiring nuclear weapons. The six may refer to a group of countries coercing North Korea and its subsequent acquiescence to the group. Recently the phrase "soft power" has come into fashion. It refers to using methods other than force in order to get countries to follow a particular belief system. It is defined as "the ability to attract and co-opt rather than coerce, use force or give money as a means of persuasion." (Wikipedia) The six might use soft power to exert influence over North Korea.
More than an easy description
of N. Korea.
An easy description of North Korea might refer to the term Axis of Evil, or it might be an easy description to call North Korea a communist dictatorship, even though in 2009, all references to communism were removed from their constitution. (Wikipedia)
N. Korea, exalt, rejoice,
see that my creed is the truth.
Here, their congregation is in her.
See that my creed is the truth might describe other nations urging the North Korean government into a less aggressive mentality toward other nations, and even toward their own people. North Korea has one of the lowest ratings regarding Human Rights of any country in the world. It has been condemned by groups such as Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and the United Nations. For more information, see Human Rights in North Korea, Wikipedia.
Woe, N. Korea, my protection has
drowned and died.
Understanding this code would require knowing the point of view. If it is a country that North Korea has attacked, then the person speaking would be describing a loss of protection by their own country against North Korea. If the code is from a North Korean viewpoint, it might be describing a person losing their confidence in the government. However, a recent Yahoo News article describes the residents of the capitol city as confident. One individual was quoted as saying, "The people of Pynongyang are confident. They know we can win any war. . . . We now have nuclear weapons. So you won't see any worry on people's faces, even if the situation is tense."
Your total level of protection of
N. Korea is that of a brother.
As with the for N. Korea is mine . . . code, this code may refer to China's relationship with North Korea. China could be characterized as a big brother, protecting and covering for North Korea in the hope of stabilizing the region. (CNN)
The Meaning of Codes
The difficulty in ascribing meaning to the codes is often due to the timing of finding them. In 2001, we could not anticipate the tensions that exist today with North Korea, and in another 10 or 20 years, the codes might seem to have an entirely new meaning given the events of the day. This is an additional reason that it's important not to think of the codes as predictions. We may not understand them until a later date.
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