Yeshua Bible Code

"Two or Three Witnesses"

Lesson One; Part 'B'

The intention of this short study is to offer a reasonable explanation as to how the ELS code-names are related to one another within the bible code itself, and what that might mean. For if indeed we have here a authentic bible code hidden in the burning-bush text by the Almighty, than we should expect that not just the choice of words are important but also the relationship of the words (names) to one another within the bible code itself. This document shall demonstrate that the Bible-code names of "Yeshua" and "Elijah" contain important parallels with the gospel of John. We shall compare this bible code  to what the Bible teaches about Yeshua' relationship to the other Persons of the Trinity, and Yeshua, as both man and God, in His relationship to John the Baptist.

"In the Mouth of Two or Three Witnesses" (Deut. 19:15)

The Father's testimony of the Son, the Son's testimony about Himself, 

and the testimony of John the Baptist and Moses

"Ye sent unto John, and he bare witness unto the truth. But I receive not the testimony from man: but these things I say, that ye might be saved. ... But I have greater witness than that of John: for the works which the Father hath given me to finish, the same works that I do bear witness of me, that the Father hath sent me. And the Father Himself, which hath sent me, hath born witness of me… Do not think that I will accuse you to the Father: there is one that accuseth you, even Moses, in whom ye trust. For had ye believed Moses, ye would have believed me: for he wrote of me" (John 5:33,34,36,37,45,46).

"I (Yeshua) am one that bear witness of myself, and the Father that sent me beareth witness of me" (John 8:18)

The Bible Code


J w F S F w J

J 120 w 120 F 120 S 120 F 120 w 120 J

ELS start's at Ex. 2:18, + 120 x 3 letters, = 360 to Ex. 3:1, + 120 x 3 letters more = 720 total letters, which ends at Ex. 3:7


Three Comparisons with the Book of John



The name of "Yeshua" spelt-out twice––joined back-to-back––reveals Yeshua' equality with God:

The bible code has "Yeshua" (Yeshua) spelt-out twice, first forward than again except backward, so as to share the middle letter of the bible code twice. Here is a rough transliteration of the bible code into the English language. (Code is found in the burning bush passage, i.e., Ex. 2:18–3:7.)

(Each name has only four letters in Hebrew, spelt at 120-letter skips)

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(120 x 3 letter-skips = "Yeshua" spelt forwards) + (120 x 3 letter-skips = "Yeshua" spelt backwards) = 720 total letters


The ELS-name of "Yeshua" twice, but united together as one bible code ELS, is analogous to the unity that exists within the Godhead between the Father and the Son. The Father and the Son, though they are two Persons, yet they are one in Deity. Such an interpretation of this code is perfectly in keeping with the context of where the code is found––For it was at the burning bush that God first revealed His name as "I AM." The Angel of the Lord called out from the bush and said "Moses, Moses," and commanded Moses to take off his shoes since he was standing before God––Thus the text equates the Angel of the Lord with God, and consequently the "Angel" received worship as God. This "Angel" was in fact a pre-incarnate manifestation of Yeshua Messiah as is also inferred by the martyr Steven in Acts 7:30, 35. Thus, the burning bush was a revelation of both the Father and the Son.

Furthermore, "I AM" or "Yahweh" (N.I.V. translates it "LORD") is the name which God names Himself at the bush. Similarly, the name "Yeshua" (Yeshua) means, "Yahweh saves" (Matt. 1:21); for just as Moses saved the Israelites from slavery to Pharaoh, even so Yeshua saves men from their sins. Thus, the name of Yeshua is directly related to the name revealed to Moses at the burning bush.

Furthermore, Yeshua refers to Himself by the same name, revealed at the burning bush (i.e., "I AM"). This is explicitly said in John 8:58: "Before Abraham was born, I am" (vs. 58). The Jews understood perfectly the implications of what Yeshua was inferring when He said the almighty words "I am," and thus they sought to kill Him, wrongly assuming that He was blaspheming. (See also John 5:18: "But he was even calling God His own Father, making Himself equal with God.")

Therefore, it is logical that we find the two "Yeshua's" of our code placed together in such a manner so as to form one code. The Bible code  agrees with Yeshua' declaration that, "I and the Father are One" (John 10:30)––That is, the first bible code name–"Yeshua" indicates the Person of God the Father while the second bible code name–"Yeshua" depicts God the Son. The Father and the Son, while two personalities, yet share the same essence of absolute Deity, and both can rightly be identified by the name "Yeshua" in that the name "Yeshua" (i.e., "Yeshua") being interpreted means: "Yahweh saves"––The Father is Savior is that He sends the Son; the Son is Saviour in that He obeys His Father and lays down His life to save men. Thus, the Bible code contains two names that form one code just like the Father and the Son being two personalities are nevertheless One; and this code-name "Yeshua" is also directly related to that name revealed at the burning bush––which is where the code itself is found.

The third ELS-name of "Elijah" is a subtle reference to the Holy Spirit, and thus the whole code depicts the Trinity. Here is the full code with the name of Elijah (spelt backward, i.e., "HAJILE") in parallel by one letter with the second "Yeshua," (also spelt backward).

(Each name has only four letters in Hebrew, spelt at 120-letter skips)

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(120 x 3 letters = "Yeshua" spelt forwards) + (120 x 3 letters = "Yeshua" spelt backwards) = 720 letters total


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(120 x 3 = the above first "Yeshua," ) + the next letter + (120 x 3 = "Elijah"––spelt backwards) = a total span of 721 letters


John the Baptist is called "Elijah" in the New Testament and John the Baptist was sent to fulfill the words of Isaiah 40 (cf. John 1:23), and since Isaiah 40 also refer to the work of the Holy Spirit, cf. Isaiah 40:7,13: 48:16 in the original Hebrew), we can understand how that it was truly the Holy Spirit who went before Yeshua. It was for this reason that John the Baptist is uniquely said to have been filled with the Holy Spirit from his mothers' womb. John, in a real way then, presents the Spirit's preparatory work before the coming of Yeshua. This is not to say, of course, that John is the Holy Spirit, only that he represented him in just the same way that John was not really Elijah, but merely represented the spirit and power of Elijah.

"But the angel said unto him, Fear not, Zacharias: because thy supplication is heard, and thy wife Elisabeth shall bear thee a son, and thou shalt call his name John…and he shall be filled with the Holy Spirit, even from his mother's womb…And he shall go before his face in the spirit and power of Elijah, to turn the hearts of the fathers to the children, and the disobedient to walk in the wisdom of the just; to make ready for the Lord a people prepared for him" (Luke 1:13, 15b, 17; cf. Mal. 4:4-6 and Isaiah 40:3).

Also notice that the second "Yeshua" (that denotes God the Son), is linked in parallel with a mortal man (i.e., "Elijah"). By this the Spirit was indicating the incarnation, that is, the eternal Son of God would become a man too, (according to the flesh), and share in their humanity. The work of John the Baptist ("Elijah") was that of going on ahead to prepare the way before the soon appearance of Yeshua ("Yeshua"). This order in which John and Yeshua were to appear unto the nation of Israel was also encoded into the bible code.


Just as the name "Elijah" comes one letter before the name "Yeshua" in the ELS, even so, John the Baptist came about a year before Yeshua Messiah

In John 5:33, we have mention of the witness of John the Baptist. Yeshua declared in Matt. 11:14 that John the Baptist fulfilled the prophecy of Malachi 4:5, "See, I will send you the prophet Elijah before that great and dreadful day of the LORD come." John the Baptist (i.e., "Elijah") came less than one year before Yeshua. Therefore, the ELS of "Elijah" occurs one letter before the ELS of "Yeshua"– when viewed backward. (I.e., the one-letter signifies one year.)

"When viewed backward" seems confusing until one is able to grasp what the bible code looks like if viewed in the Hebrew text with the 120-skip letter-spaces removed. This ELS of "Yeshua" in parallel with "Elijah" are both encoded backwards. If transliterated into English, the bible code reads: JESUSUSEJ, with "Elijah" along side the second Yeshua. Therefore, one letter before is actually read as if it were after. Here again is the transliteration of what the bible code would look like in English.

(Each name has only four letters in Hebrew, spelt at 120-letter skips)

====> <====


(120 x 3 letters = "Yeshua" spelt forwards) + (120 x 3 letters = "Yeshua" spelt backwards) = 720 letters total


(------) <====

(120 x 3 = the above first "Yeshua," ) + one letter + (120 x 3 = "Elijah"––spelt backwards) = 721 total letters


Therefore, the bible code agrees with Yeshua' statement, "Elijah must indeed come first" (Matt. 7:10). Nevertheless, John was first in time, but not eternity––as we see next.


Since "Elijah" (of our Bible code), also comes after the first "Yeshua," it also agrees with John the Baptist's statement that the "man who comes after me has surpassed me because he was before me" (John 1:30)

John the Baptist declares concerning Messiah, "This was he of whom I said, 'He who comes after me has surpassed me because he was before me'. " Therefore, we see the first of the two "Yeshua's" coming before the bible code of "Elijah" (by 361 letters, i.e., 120 x 3, plus one letter).

Therefore, while the bible code word "Elijah" comes one letter before the second–"Yeshua," yet it ("Elijah") comes entirely after the first "Yeshua"–ELS, (see previous chart.) Thus the bible code declares that John the Baptist comes before Yeshua, in time, but not eternity!



In ministry as well as birth, John the Baptist precedes Messiah by about a year. However, ultimately Messiah precedes John too, since Messiah exists from all eternity: As Yeshua said, "Before Abraham was, I AM"! (Jn. 8:58; cf. Micah 5:2).  

Furthermore, the code names are positioned correctly according to His relationship within the rest of the Trinity, and in His relationship (as both fully man and fully God) to John the Baptist.

Before we look at the fascinating numerical aspects of this code, it is necessary to first show that the two witnesses of Revelation 11 are that of Moses and Elijah. Moses and Elijah in turn find their counterpart in Yeshua and John the Baptist. T his interpretation of the two witnesses affects how one views the bible code, and its numerical meaning. For just as John is explicitly identified as "Elijah" in the N.T. (as already shown), likewise, Yeshua is explicitly identified with the person of Moses. The Apostle Peter said in reference to Yeshua, "For Moses truly said unto the fathers, A prophet shall the Lord your God raise up unto you of your brethren, like unto me; him shall ye hear in all things whatsoever he shall say unto you" (Acts 3:22; see also Acts 7:37).


Who are "The Two Witnesses" of Revelation 11?


"Burning Bush Code"


  1. Four names at burning bush

  2. These 4 names zippered by another two!

  3. Bible Code is self-interpreted!

  4. This self-interpretation uses complex acrostics!

  5. "The Scroll-of-the-Lamb" emerges!

  6. Handles of  Scroll proclaims... Future prophesies.

  7. "I AM that I AM," as self-interpreted by this bible code!


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