Bible Code Predictions
My rant against
false predictions that people carelessly make,
which cast doubt on those truly led by God!
see awesome, "Genealogical
article, "Swine Flu Prediction"
predicted when the flu vaccine would be ready and also when the second
wave of Swine Flu would strike. (The first wave was also predicted, and
I know that most people never took this prediction seriously because I
also said that the flu would not be disastrous, but rather that God
would show grace. And thus this prediction about the flu was not
sensational. I implied that it would only be bad enough to serve as a
warning concerning a still future plague.
Based upon that bible prophecy code and the signs that God showed me
back then, I was able to accurately predict when the two separate waves
of flu would occur. The predictions were made years ahead of time. The
predictions tested me on a personal level because there had not been an
epidemic in 40 years! Things came into increasing focus as the time grew
closer. The prediction first began with the SARS outbreak seven years
ago. This outbreak began very near to where I lived and in the hospital
where my children were born.
Things came to pass just like all the other predictions, such as the
timing of Saddam
Hussein's death, or of the dozens
of hurricanes between 2004-2011 and when they each would happen! Things played out exactly to the day
as predicted. Some of these storms were even named ahead of time.
Conservatively, the odds of predicting accurately when some named storm
would die out would be a number with about 2000 zeros after it! For the 2011
hurricane season, I recorded these predictions on an independent website so
no one could accuse me of tampering with the dates after the fact. The odds
of predicting when 20 named storms would occur in the 2011 season
alone -- without a single failure -- would be about one in a
billion-billon. See, "2011
Hurricane Season". (Also see, "20 proofs
of a genuine bible code".)
I did not have to go back and give excuses for why a prediction did not
happen, as many others do on the internet.
can they be led by God if their bible code predictions never happen?
One cannot say afterward, "O Well, the bible code prediction
warned people, but it did not happen because people took warning
and God changed His mind!" Or, "President Obama must have read
the bible code on the internet and then took warning, and so did not get
into the plane that day and die!"
Although it is true that God sometimes relents, yet God will still give
a sign to all who are watching for the prediction to happen, so that
they know that He Himself relented for mercies sake, and that He just
didn't, well, forget! (Isaiah 38:22)
For example, if a code were about a plane crash with President
Obama, then some related event should occur instead, such a downed plane
with someone in it on the way to meet the President. This is just a
quick example. But one thing or another should happen in place of the
predicted event so as to warn all who have ears to hear, "See, this
is what I was going to do, but I relented." Or, it could simply be
delayed by a specified period. But something happens! He watches
over His word to fulfill it.
A current example of this is the economic crunch now. The mene-tekel
bible code (along with the sign of 9/11) predicted
this event. However, I was careful to note back then that this might
only be a warning, not the main event still to come in the near or
distant future. As a matter of fact, God gave a specific sign back in
January of 2009 that this economic recession would not
be cataclysmic. And this is how things now appear to be turning out.
(For that article posted on our forum back on Jan. 17th, see Christian-Forum.net.)
What am I saying all this?
While there are many out there who make false
predictions about the future and thereby bring the bible codes
into disrepute, they do not reflect all the facts. There are
indeed genuine bible codes that make genuine predictions, but most of
what we see on the internet is false.
I never set out to say all this, but I guess it was bothering me to see
so many sites out there making lame predictions that never come
Their babbling codes make no sense, nor do they form images! Images
do not combine
with images to tell an increasingly complex story. They make no sense numerically
either. Nor do they accurately reflect the surface text in which they
are encoded. Their predictions do not come to pass. And most important
of all, they do not proclaim Jesus as Lord! They do not meet all of
for a true bible
code. More often than not, they do not even meet one single
criteria, let alone all of them at once!
It seems to me that if codes are indeed genuine, then this is a
momentous revelation! A partial fulfillment
of Daniel 12.
God backs up great claims with great signs.
And this, too, God has repeatedly done.
For example, see the "Lion
Bible Code about the record 12 naked-eye
comets". The acrostic
goes through each of the 12 tribes of Israel (one comet for each
tribe). It was discovered and put on the internet as the 12 comets began
to appear in the heavens, and this continued one after the other for 3.5
years! The prediction even included an encoded image of the first of the
12 comets to appear, along with the constellation that it passed by in
the heavens! Neat!
(Also see, "Why signs?")
Away with any site that does not, rather, cannot, do this!
Stop muddying the waters!
Also, not every bible code prediction necessarily has to be in our
future. Some have already been fulfilled, such as with the Names
Bible Code and the Acrostic Bible
The meanings of all 70 names
from Adam to Jesus read sequentially
Below are the first 20 names...
Click here for all
the purpose of bible code pictograms?
Also see the predictions and subsequent
results for tornadoes
of early 2008,
that is at the middle of the predicted seven-year period.
My Struggle about 2012,
and more calculations
from the Mayan Calendar!!!
2012 just another Y2K non-event?"