3. The Hebrew letters of the Genesis text is put in arrays at seven letters per row, (with spaces in between the Hebrew words removed). (The
numbers on the right side show the letter count.) The vertical separation of the heavens from the earth in the picture (3 lines down) is a natural dividing point because the line above the horizon exactly says, "the heavens," and the line below it exactly says,
"and the earth." Thus, in English, the phrase, "In the beginning, God made the heavens" would form the top part of the code, (which forms the picture of the heavens), and below that would be the earth, formed from the words, "...and the earth.
And the earth was formless and void and darkness..."
This means that the first verse of Genesis is made up of 4 units of 7 letters. Genesis 1:1 is 7 x 4 Hebrew letters long, with the phrase, "In the beginning, God created..." being 7 x 2 letters long, then, "...the heavens" is 7 more letters, and then,
"and the earth" completes the final 7 letters of the said 7 x 4 letters of Genesis 1:1.
The beams of light represent where each of the 8 lines (beams) of code begin and end. As you can see, each line begins at the very first letter of the bible. The code makes use of numbers 1 through 8, with the number 3 and 7 emphasized. In bible numeric, the number '8'
signifies 'a new creation,' which is the theme of the code. The numbers 3 and 7 signify completion in God's creation. All these numbers are used in the first chapter of Genesis. God forms 3 things in the first 3 days of creation, (Genesis 1:1-10). Then God
correspondingly fills these same 3 things in the next 3 days of creation, capping it off with the creation of man on the 6th day, (Genesis 1:11-31). Then on the 7th day God rested, (Genesis 2:2). However, man fell into transgression, and thus there is the need of the
new creation, and hence the number '8'. The story of the first martyr of the bible---Abel, whom Cain the son of Adam, slew---highlights this need for redemption, (Genesis 3-4). The code makes mention of Abel.
4. The language of the code is highly figurative, but clear enough to need little interpretation for those familiar with biblical imagery. The code makes particular use of the imagery found in the book of Revelation, which, in any case, is
built upon the imagery of the rest of the bible, (particularly the Genesis imagery). The promise of redemption and of a redeemer is found at the beginning of Genesis after the fall of man. God said to the serpent, "I will put enmity between you and the women, and
between your seed and hers. He will crush your head, and you will strike his heel, " (Genesis 3:15). This prophecy is key to understanding the code. However, the code refers to the seed (sunlight) of the women as, "the Lamb," whereas the serpent is renamed
"a jackal," (or, hyena) likely in reference to the "beast" of the book of Revelation, which in turn likely borrows from the imagery of Isaiah 13:22; 34:14;
Jer. 50:39 where the beast is called, "a satyr" in the LXX.
Others translate this two-letter word as "goblin." (A satyr is a wicked mythical creature that is half man and half goat.) The LXX parallels satyrs with demons as co-inhabiting fallen Babylon; likewise the book of Revelation has Babylon filled with unclean
creatures, with "the beast" ruling her, and the dragon ruling the beast. The imagery of the dragon likewise goes back to Isaiah 27:1, 51:9, which in turn takes its initial imagery from the serpent in the garden of Eden, (Genesis 3). The book of Revelation makes this
clear when it says:
"And the great dragon was cast down, the old serpent, he that is called the Devil and Satan, the deceiver of the whole world; he was cast down to the earth, and his angels were cast down with him," (Revelation 12:9).
The code also calls the jackal, (or satyr), "the old jackal" (or "the ancient satyr"). Therefore, the term 'jackal' refers to both the serpent/dragon and to the seed of the serpent/dragon (Genesis 3:15), that is, the
anti-Christ, or, "the beast."
The picture bible code can also take the shape of primordial lightning.
"And he said unto them, I beheld Satan fallen as lightning from heaven." (Luke 10:18)
5. "...against the enemy of God, against an ancient one---a filthy perverse creature---*a jackal, the fallen-one, the wicked-one, the destroying-one, the one that is."
See Revelation 17:8:
"The beast that thou sawest was, and is not; and is about to come up out of the abyss, and to go into perdition. And they that dwell on the earth shall wonder, they whose name hath not been written in the book of life from the foundation of the world, when they
behold the beast, how that he was, and is not, and shall come." It is also a name of blasphemy, mimicking the Lord, (cf., Revelation 1:8; 13:1;
6. "The Twin," here, is Aramaic. (Elsewhere it was Hebrew.) It is the name "Thomas," which was also the name of one of Jesus disciples, 'doubting Thomas,'
(Jn. 20:24). Jesus has many names, that is, no one name can adequately describe
Rev 19:11-16, "And I saw the heaven opened; and behold, a white horse, and he that sat thereon called Faithful and True; and in righteous he doth judge and make war. And his eyes are a flame of fire, and upon
his head are many diadems; and he hath a name written which no one knoweth but he himself. And he is arrayed in a garment sprinkled with blood: and his name is called The Word of God. And the armies which are in heaven followed him upon
white horses, clothed in fine linen, white and pure. And out of his mouth proceedeth a sharp sword, that with it he should smite the nations: and he shall rule them with a rod of iron: and he treadeth the winepress of the fierceness of the wrath of God, the Almighty.
And he hath on his garment and on his thigh a name written, KINGS OF KINGS, AND LORD OF LORDS."
7. Some key verses from the book of Revelation that the code alludes to are the following:
(Rev 13:11-15) "And I saw another beast coming up out of the earth; and he had two horns like unto lamb, and he spake as a dragon. And he exerciseth all the authority of the first beast in his sight. And he maketh
the earth and them dwell therein to worship the first beast, whose death-stroke was healed. And he doeth great signs, that he should even make fire to come down out of heaven upon the earth in the sight of men. And he deceiveth them that dwell on the earth by reason of the
signs which it was given him to do in the sight of the beast; saying to them that dwell on the earth, that they should make an image to the beast who hath the stroke of the sword and lived. And it was given unto him to give breath to it, even
to the image to the breast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as should not worship the image of the beast should be killed."
(The bible code refers to these as, "the brain, [antichrist] the sorcerer [or, "mutterer", that is, "the false prophet"], and the days of his science" [lying signs] and the thing standing, [the image
of the beast].)
(Rev 20:10) "And the devil who deceived them was cast into the lake of fire and brimstone, where are both the beast and the false prophet; and they shall be tormented day and night for the ages of ages."
(Called, "cast into the sea," in the code. Note the false trinity in the full reading: At the judgment-seat, alas! Into bitterness and a sea, the Lord cast, along with the 'brain,' and his sorcerer, and the days of his 'science,'
(---the thing standing)."
"The thing standing" is referred to by Jesus in Matt. 24:15. "When therefore ye shall see the abomination of desolation, which is spoken of through Daniel the prophet, standing in what is a holy place,
(he that reads let him understand,)..."
8. "Bitter sea of alienation," The Hebrew here is ruff. It would read better without the word 'alienation,' however, the book of Revelation also speaks of "the lake of fire" in this way, so I have taken
it to be part of the code.
Rev 21:8, "But for the fearful, and unbelieving, and abominable, and murderers, and fornicators, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, their part shall be in the lake that burneth with fire and brimstone; which is the second death."
Rev 22:14-15, "Blessed are they that wash their robes, that they may have the right to come to the tree of life, and my enter in by the gates into the city.
Without are the dogs, and the sorcerers, and the
fornicators, and the murderers, and the idolaters, and every one that loveth and maketh a lie."
(Note, the 'jackal' "dog" of the code.)
9. Hebrew for "Dragon boasted" is "
'Rahab,' and ' Rahab' (not the Rahab of Jericho) is called 'the dragon' in Isaiah, from which the book of Revelation gets its imagery. In the book of Isaiah, Rahab is
Egypt; inferring that Rahab is symbolic of the evil power behind all world empires. Egypt and Babylon mean much the same in prophetic symbolism. Both were the ancient oppressors of his people Israel.
(Isa 51:9) "Awake, awake, put on strength, O arm of Jehovah; awake, as in the days of old, the generations of ancient times. Is it not thou that didst cut Rahab in pieces, that didst pierce the dragon?"
(Also, Isaiah 30:7; Ps. 89:10.)
(Compare this with Isaiah 27:1. "In that day Jehovah with his hard and great and strong sword will punish leviathan the swift serpent, and leviathan the crooked serpent; and he
will slay the dragon that is in the sea.")
10. "The one taking captive His spotless One is the filthy one." (Note the contrast between "the spotless one" and "the filthy one!") The bible says that Satan entered Judas, who, with the Jewish
leaders laid in wait for Jesus, in that they plotted to kill Him. Jesus said that Judas was "unclean," ('filthy').
John 13:10-11, "Jesus saith to him, He that is bathed needeth not save to wash his feet, but is clean every whit: and ye are clean, but not all. For he knew him that should betray him; therefore said he, Ye are not all
11. "Against the Lord, against Jehovah the accursed dragon boasted! He will be dumbfounded!
Is it because the one who will be ground to powder (being lightly esteemed) is at the judgment seat?"
The code asks one question that implies another. Why is he dumbfounded? (This word is used only once in the bible,
Jer. 14:9, in reference to the Lord). But the implied question is "Who." Who is being ground to powder? The answer
is, both Jesus and the dragon. Jesus took the judgment of our sins upon Him. This is not to say that Jesus descended literally into hell, but that the "mountain of justice" hung upon him. Why is the dragon surprised? Because, if the serpent and his seed
(followers) had known, they would not have crucified the Lord of glory, and thereby brought about their own utter ruin, as the bible says:
1Cor. 2:8, "...which none of the rulers of this world hath known: for had they known it, they would not have crucified the Lord of glory."
The use of the word twice in the code, "lightly esteemed," makes the above conclusions certain.
12. "Descending like terrible sackcloth:" Note also that ELS line #19
forms the Hebrew word-by-word acrostic, "The Lord created sackcloth," evidently referring to the "night," when He separated it from the day. It is symbolic of sorrow. Lunar
cycles repeat repeat themselves every 19 years. The 'moon' rules the night, Genesis 1:14-16, cf., Revelation 12:1-4.
Rev 12:1-4 "And a great sign was seen in heaven: a woman arrayed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars;
and she was with child; and she crieth out,
travailing in birth, and in pain to be delivered. And there was seen another sign in heaven: and behold, a great red dragon, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his heads seven diadems. And his tail draweth the third part of the stars of heaven, and did cast them to
the earth: and the dragon standeth before the woman that is about to be delivered, that when she is delivered he may devour her child."
Jesus was crucified between two thieves. The Hebrew is literally, "being lifted up of three." Also
note, that when Jesus was dying, the sky went black because the SUN was dying! The code alludes to this also. "He was veiled," just as the sun was, so to speak, for there was light on the first day, yet no visible sun till the fourth day! In the same way,
Jesus was hidden from men's sight till His appearance 4000 years after creation. (See John
ch. 1.) Sinful men still refuse the light. (See next note.)
14. "I will shine forth my light. I will do the thing that is right ("good")." Each word of this part of the code is using the very words in the surface text, "Let there
be light...God saw the light that it was good."
The code actually reverses itself at this point, making the 100th letter of the bible the center of the 40 x 5 letters of this line of the code. I do not include the reverse reading in the code itself, but it reads much the same, "See, I will shine forth my light!
Woe O' flawless one!" (The 130th to the 65th letter of the bible at ELS #-5. "65" is the number of shattering, Isaiah 7:8. This particular line of code is numerically saturated. The 130th and 65th letters of the bible represent the 130th and 65th days of the 360-year;
Av. 10th and Sivan 5th, the anniversaries of the fall of the Jerusalem temple and of Pentecost when the Torah was given. See next note).
The image to the right is based upon the internal structure of this particular line of code. The letters on the right represent the first day of creation in the actual Hebrew text, and just as the first day of creation saw the darkness separated from the light, "the
evening and the morning were the first day," so likewise the picture. More needs to be said, but that must wait.
15. "His decree." See Ps. 19 that also links creations 'sun' with the 'decrees' of God. This part of the code is at ELS #5, and is part of a 41 letter string of code! (See
previous note.) The word "Torah" (part of a famous code found some years ago) overlaps this particular line of code at 50 letter skips! Also see the concluding ELS #8, stanza one: "The One coming for her is the measuring line, O' my people, "His
Levite."'" (Meaning, 'as creator, every line upon line of code is about Him, and He is also the one teaching them---"His Levite/His Priest", as prophesied in Isaiah 28:7-18; cf., Ps.
16. "In 7 days," is implied since this line of code is at 7-letter intervals. It is difficult to relate all the information at once in the codes. How does one insert the numerical meaning into the code within the
translation itself? For that is how it should often be understood. For the codes are three languages in one, the writing, the numbers, and the pictures they produce. Any one witness by itself is babble; but, together they are
crystal clear. For instance, "At the "judgment seat," is #6 (the number of man), and "into the sea of bitterness he was cast," is #13 (the number of cursing.) And so read all the codes, though some more obvious than others. (See previous note '14.')
17. There is also a subtle reference to the Trinity.,
is included as the very last letter of the code---a reference to G-d! (See image of two sources of light; and see below, Revelation 4:5; 5:6.)
(Rev 4:5) And out of the throne proceed lightnings and voices and thunders. And there was seven lamps of fire burning before the throne, which are the seven Spirits of God;
(Rev 5:5-6) and one of the elders saith unto me, Weep not; behold, the Lion that is of the tribe of Judah, the Root of David, hath overcome to open the book and the seven seals thereof. And I saw in the midst of the throne and of the four living creatures,
and in the midst of the elders, a Lamb standing, as though it had been slain, having seven horns, and seven eyes, which are the seven Spirits of God, sent forth into all the earth. (Note Revelation 1:4, "...and his (Jesus) eyes were as a flame
18. "Behold My Double, Moses, My Double!
Shall I not multiply whom I did multiply?"
Note the intricate word positioning: the word "my double" is doubled, and is in turn parallel to the doubling of the word "I multiply," with "Moses," and "whom" in the middle. Also, each of the two lines
uses an opening word. Moreover, the 7 words of the Hebrew form an acrostic. Moreover, the parallel line bring out the idea of multiplying by repeated doubling. (1 + 1 = 2, 2 x 2 = 4.) This is important since the splitting and doubling of the
cell is the basic principle of life. The code is, after all, found within the creation narrative, hence it makes sense that it should resemble the basic building blocks of His creation!
The word double, can also read, "parallel, or "consonance". (Webster defines consonance as: "Accord," "Harmony of sounds." "The use of the repetition of consonants or consonant patterns as a rhyming
device.") Thus we have a play on words: "Behold my consonance, Moses, my consonance!" As if to say, "Behold my repetition, Moses, my repetition!" (And then the parallel verse) "Will I not multiply whom I multiplied?"
Also note that the actual number of Hebrew words used is 7 (the number of creation and perfection), just as there are 7 Hebrew words in the forward reading of Genesis 1:1. And there are 27 letters used here, that is, 3 x 3 x 3, also the number
of multiplying in this context. (See footnote 3 for more on this.) Similarly, note that God formed 3 things in the first 3 days of creation, (Genesis 1:1-10). Then God correspondingly fills these same 3 things
through multiplication in the next 3 days of creation, capping it off with the creation of man on the 6th day, (Genesis 1:11-31). Also, generally upon each day of creation a parallel set of things are made. This 3, 2 and 3, 2 pattern, therefore, again fits the basic pattern
of the wording of the line of code we are discussing.
Moses can be either the subject or the object of the sentence, and that "Moses" is in the middle of the repeated words. This is a subtle hint at, not just doubling, but tripling. This is made clear by the bible itself.
The creation account begins with Eve, the double of Adam---made in the image of God. (Hence, the two and three pattern.) The second line of the code reads: "Will I not multiply (again) whom I multiplied?" At the Flood of Noah, God again recreates; and
we have Noah and his wife and their three sons and wives---8 in all--- just like the pattern of the 8 words of the code. Thus, whereas the creation account uses the doubling principle, the new creation uses the tripling principle, and represents the new creation that will
expand even faster than the first. All this, in turn, is typical of Jesus, the Lamb, who is "liken unto Moses;" for by Him and in Him a new creation is made that will multiply exceedingly forever. Also, He Himself is the second person of the Trinity, and for
this reason we find that "Moses" (a type of Jesus) is found in the middle of the couplets!
Note that where it says, "In the beginning, God created..." the word "God," there, is plural. The context shows the word to mean, the plural of majesty, but the code implies more than that, "the plural of
oneness," just as Adam and Eve are called "one flesh," Genesis 2:24: "Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh."
Note the Trinitarian imagery of the first cause: 'His father', 'Son', 'His mother' ==> 'husband' and 'wife' and 'one flesh' (i.e., a child born, the fruit of "one flesh."). This is the same 2 and 3, 2 and 3 pattern of the code! Moreover, the code is found at the
start of the first creation narrative (Genesis 1), whereas Genesis 2:24-25 closes the narrative of the parallel second repeat of the creation narrative---similar stylistically to how the code too is formed! This is not to say that the Holy Spirit is female, for God is Spirit,
and He is not a created being.
Thus, for stylistic reasons alone, the backward reading of Genesis 1:1 is clearly not chance. But since it speaks of things profound---things that are found in kernel form throughout Genesis---this proves it to be a genuine code beyond
reasonable doubt. But not just that, the rest of the Genesis code expounds this riddle!
More on what this riddle means:
"Behold My Double, Moses, My Double!
Shall I not multiply whom I did multiply?"
This is to be taken as either an address to Moses (who Himself penned the words of Genesis, by the Holy Spirit), telling Moses to behold Jesus Christ; or, it is prophetic, and Moses, here, stands as a type of Jesus. This would then agree
with the prophecy that Moses himself uttered: "The LORD thy God will raise up unto thee a Prophet from the midst of thee, of thy brethren, like unto me; unto him ye shall hearken," Deut. 18:5; fulfilled in Jesus,
Acts 3:22; 7:37). The one "multiplied" now represents both the Twin (i.e., Jesus), and His people (i.e., the Jewish race from which Jesus came, that is "Sarah," the mother of the Jewish race. The rest of the code bears this out. Also note the two
lights in the picture, 'The Twin lights!' which read, "A group of three created!"; (See notes 3 and 6).
(Heb 1:1-3) "God, having of old time spoken unto the fathers in the prophets by divers portions and in divers manners, hath at the end of these days spoken unto us in his Son, whom he appointed heir of all things, through whom also
he made the worlds; who being the effulgence of his glory, and the very image of his substance, and upholding all things by the word of his power, when he had made purification of sins, sat down on the right hand of the Majesty on high..."
The 7 words of the Genesis 1:1 code backward forms a word-by-word acrostic that reads: "She harnessed the sun!"
A strange saying, until one ponders the rest of the code, and Revelation 12:1-2, 5 with Genesis 3:15-16, 21. God is clothing the bride of the Lamb (Revelation 21:2) with the Sun, that is, with His Son.
"...and I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed: he shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel. Unto the woman he said, I will greatly multiply thy pain and thy conception; in
pain thou shalt bring forth children; and thy desire shall be to thy husband, and he shall rule over thee."..And Jehovah God made for Adam and for his wife coats of skins, and clothed them." (Genesis 3:15-16, 21.)
"And a great sign was seen in heaven: a woman arrayed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars; and she was with child; and she crieth out, travailing in birth, and in pain
to be delivered." "...And she was delivered of a son, a man child, who is to rule all the nations with a rod of iron: and her child was caught up unto God, and unto his throne." (Revelation 12:1-2, 5.)
The word, "multiply" (in the code) can also read, "lay in wait to capture," and is thus another play on words. Read the code itself for this sense. As they laid in wait to capture Jesus in His words (Mark 12:13), so He now captures them with
His words, that is, the codes! (It is also suggestive of His capture by Judas Iscariot and the leaders of Israel, who crucified Him.)
The Hebrew to this Code
For a similar code to this see:
12 Animals in the Genealogical