Yes, I guess I am not that clear on that.
There is so much to say! Those numbers on the side of picture bible codes
are simply the letter position in that book of the bible that the computer
program spits out. The Moth/SARS bible code, for example, begins from the
189th letter in the book of Daniel. That letter-number thus represents
the letter immediately to the left of it. If the number below is 120
letters more, and so forth, than that means that that bible code would
then be at 120-letter sequences. (ELS 120.) The Hebrew bible would
therefore be laid our in arrays at 120 letters. Thus it would be like
reading the Hebrew bible with each row of text laid out with exactly 120
letters per line as you read down forming a matrix of letters. This
is just an example.
Bible Code (as seen at right) shows that the top
part of the river begins at the letter #47098 in the book of Isaiah. (That
letter position works out to be Isaiah
46:1 and the whole code here runs from verse one to verse six of Isa.
The bible code thus forms a matrix of
letters arrayed evenly at 11-letter intervals. The river flows along
at 12-letter intervals which means that the next letter 'down the river'
would therefore be letter #47110, and so forth. In other words, if you
know Hebrew then you can read the actual Hebrew text of Isaiah 46:1-6 in
this particular example. (That is, by reading just 11-letters per row.
Ignore the residual effect in this particular example.)