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Bible Code Predictions/Pictograms

The archetype of all Bible-code riddles: "Painting: Belshazzar by Rembrandt, 1635." The-writing-on-the-wall bible code is the key that unlocks all the bible codes.

How the Mystery 
of the Bible Codes was Solved

(Part two of three parts)

 

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Mystery solved?

 -1- 3-D hieroglyphics

 -2- New tri-part language

 -3- The creation bible code 
that outlines the plan of the ages!

 

Some of the Hebrew in the bible codes is more awkward than regular prose. This is partly because the bible codes are speaking in riddles, and is therefore often poetic. (Two thirds of the actual bible is poetry, by the way.) The bible codes are patterned after the writing-on-the-wall riddle: "Mene, mene, tekel, uparsin," (Daniel 5). And as poetic riddles, they may not flow as smoothly as normal. They are not wrong, they are poetic riddles---the meaning of which is explained by the pictures and the bible numbers, as deciphered in the book of Revelation. This is the reason why we have gone into great detail concerning the mene-tekel-uparsin picture bible code. This bible code is the key to all bible codes, and its importance is found in how it works more than by what it says.

However, the main reason the bible codes at times appear awkward is because we are comparing it to a normal language. However, this is not a normal language. It uses normal Hebrew, yes; but it is fitted to form pictures, and these pictures are numerically driven. It is a composite of three languages, and where it is weak in one place, it is strong in the other. It is these three languages combined, (i.e., the numbers, the pictures, and the bible-code sentences), that we come away with a clear sharp meaning. The pictures, for sure, are certainly not Rembrandt's, but they are sufficiently clear so as to give a meaningful impression. Neither are Egyptian hieroglyphics superb paintings---But that is not the point! The point is this: 'What do they mean?' It is the same way with the bible numbers: They are awesome in the patterns they produce---but without the pictures and the sentences of the bible codes, the numbers would be without definition. (And believe me, the bible numbers are incredible awesome in and of themselves! If you think that you already know the bible numbers---think again! What picture bible codes are to single-word ELS's, is what the revelation in the numbers is to what has been leaned about them in past-times.) It is the combining of all three aspects of this one language that yields a very clear message. The bible speaks of this same principle:

"At the mouth of two witnesses, or three witnesses, shall he that is to die be put to death; at the mouth of one witness he shall not be put to death," (Deut. 17:6). 

In the case of picture bible codes, instead of there being just one expert eyewitness to the scene of the crime, we now have three separate, yet ordinary eyewitness---Each one of these three have the same story to tell, but from different perspectives. In a court of law, the three ordinary eyewitnesses would be far superior to the one expert eyewitness since the one expert eyewitness may be lying---but the three non-expert witnesses must be telling the truth since it would be impossible for all three of them to tell the same lie without deliberate collaboration.

One may argue that I am the collaborator. I have brought all three witnesses into agreement by my excited imagination. But how can my imagination be the source of three witnesses testifying to a very narrowly defined crime---namely the crucifixion of Jesus Christ? How can my imagination induce three witnesses to exhume depths of mysteries into His death that are positively wonderful? How can my imagination force these three witnesses to conspire to reveal the nature and purposes of His death along lines that at the same time interpret the surface text from which the Bible code was hidden? And all this in accordance with the imagery of the book of Revelation!

 

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