What is the difference between Horoscopes and Numerology
to the Bible Codes and Bible Numbers?


Also discusses Yasser Arafat
 and the Acrostic Bible Code

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See Jacob's Acrostic Prophecy

Ten Pages
Page one: Are bible codes horoscopes?
Page two: Why are bible codes so complex and in riddles?
Page three: What about "The DaVinci Code?" 
Page four: What good are the bible codes?
Page five: The Sign of Arafat, the Bull
Page six: Timing of Arafat's death
Page seven: M.a.n. and Arafat's burial
Page eight: God desires all to be saved
Page nine: Importance of the acrostic
Page ten: How to be saved from wrath
See Jacob's Acrostic Prophecy


The Sign of Arafat, the Bull, continued:
Edom = M.A.N.

and about his burial.

Moreover, Edom means "man," and the acrostic  that someone sent me the morning of my acrostic-dream also asked about the meaning of "m.a.n" (and w.o.m.a.n).  I remember pondering it then for I sensed that the name was significant in some way. God was speaking. God was giving a clue that the one who would be put to death was Edom (Esau), meaning "man." That is, Yasser Arafat.

Edom (or Esau speaks) of "man." The acrostic of Genesis 49 also infers a "woman," when it speaks about the lowing of the cow to the bull. The day of Esau's (Arafat's) death was on a day that symbolized the wedding of Jacob, as did the men-tekel bible code. Thus, we have "m.a.n and w.o.m.a.n." (Hebrew is Edom and Edomah.)  The acrostic envisions Israel turning back to the Lord as her enemies are being destroyed. This agrees with the book of Revelation that likewise pictures the wedding supper of the Lamb as occurring immediately after the destruction of Israel's enemies at the battle of Armageddon. 

(See the week-long wedding supper of Jacob, too, whose wife's name [Leah] means, "cow.") This is the reason why the 7-day span between Arafat's two announced deaths end upon a day that symbolized Jacob's wedding when Jacob had completed working "seven years for a wife" and then had a seven-day celebration, etc. (Remember, Esau is Jacob's twin-brother. I discuss the numeric here. Arafat was born on a day that denotes his death and died on a day that denotes his birth---both day and year. In fact, Arafat had two birth dates, two birth locations, and two death dates and two death locations, just as his twin brother Jacob, who was embalmed 40 days and mourned 70 and 7, [Genesis 50:3, 10] [A riddle: "When did Jacob and Esau die? When he fled from his brother Esau in 1929 BC at 77 years of age, or 70 years later when they buried him?" Answer: Genesis 27:46.])


When Jacob finished blessing his 12 sons, (from which comes the massive acrostic), then he died. When they buried Jacob, they did so with great and loud mourning, just as they did Arafat in Egypt and in Palestine. Newsmen from around the world were amazed at the loud lamentations. The mourning is to last 40 days. Compare Arafat's death to that of Jacob, the twin brother of Esau.

Gen 50:1 Joseph threw himself on his father, crying and kissing his face.

Gen 50:2 Then Joseph gave orders to embalm his father's body.

Gen 50:3 It took forty days, the normal time for embalming. The Egyptians mourned for him seventy days.

Gen 50:4 When the time of mourning was over, Joseph said to the king's officials, "Please take this message to the king:

Gen 50:5 'When my father was about to die, he made me promise him that I would bury him in the tomb which he had prepared in the land of Canaan. So please let me go and bury my father, and then I will come back.' "

Gen 50:6 The king answered, "Go and bury your father, as you promised you would."

Gen 50:7 So Joseph went to bury his father. All the king's officials, the senior men of his court, and all the leading men of Egypt went with Joseph.

Gen 50:8 His family, his brothers, and the rest of his father's family all went with him. Only their small children and their sheep, goats, and cattle stayed in the region of Goshen.

Gen 50:9 Men in chariots and men on horseback also went with him; it was a huge group.

Gen 50:10 When they came to the threshing place at Atad east of the Jordan, they mourned loudly for a long time, and Joseph performed mourning ceremonies for seven days.

Gen 50:11 When the citizens of Canaan saw those people mourning at Atad, they said, "What a solemn ceremony of mourning the Egyptians are holding!" That is why the place was named Abel Mizraim. (Meaning, "The mourning of the Egyptians.")

Gen 50:12 So Jacob's sons did as he had commanded them;

Gen 50:13 they carried his body to Canaan and buried it in the cave at Machpelah east of Mamre in the field which Abraham had bought from Ephron the Hittite for a burial ground.

Gen 50:14 After Joseph had buried his father, he returned to Egypt with his brothers and all who had gone with him for the funeral."

The comparisons of Jacob's death to Arafat (Esau) is most striking---in regards to the two locations of his funeral, who was there, how loud it was, and the reaction of the onlooker to it. (The bible numbers add infinite more! "Esau and Arafat are both a type of the beast [bull] to come, and as such, "Let him that has wisdom calculate the number of the beast, for it is a man's number...666," Revelation 13. The acrostic also speaks about loud wailing, and even speaks about "saddling the bull raw (dead)," which is what they did---the Palestinians literally climbed on top of the casket as it made its way among the extremely noisy throng to the grave!)

So then, Arafat is a type of Esau (Edom), who in turn is a type of brotherly enmity. The brotherly enmity is prophesied many times in the bible. Edom is mentioned so many times in the bible that some scholars believe that Edom is simply a type of the world in general, but more accurately, Edom represents national-sibling animosity

To continue: God desires all men to be saved
---that included Arafat.


Also see, Arafat the bull:
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