The Sum of Two Evils
The deaths of Uday and Qusay,
sons of Saddam the madman,
in fulfillment of the mene-tekel bible code
You may find this article in its entirety
here, published Sept. of 2001.
The hand-code is found several verses before the mene-tekel-code of Daniel 5.
There are also many parallels between this code and Babylon/Saddam.
(See here for the mene-tekel code as it relates to Saddam.)
You can see the similarities for yourself, and no commentary is really needed.
I believe this code, however, has particular reference to a future battle against Jerusalem by another "Babylon." Thus, the code pertains to that future wicked one called the anti-Christ, of whom Saddam was a foretaste.
The words that make the form/outline of a hand read:
Hand of Jehovah!"
Note: 'mene-tekel-peres' was applied
by Daniel to Babylon and her king;
|"Jehovah?||Forms thumb (ELS +14); the remaining four lines below read along the fingers (ELS +1).|
|Is it the hand of Jehovah? He Himself went to war. He put him to death!||*** Or, to make the before mentioned acrostic, it can leave out the last letter of the first line and read: "Jehovah---Did the hand of Jehovah go to war? Even, I put to death!" (See Deut. 32:39)|
|Jehovah goes to war against her (i.e., 'Babylon'), and the arrogant one! (or, 'succulent one')||Cf.,
Or, "...and the Suckling Lamb," i.e., Jesus!
|Jehovah goes to war against her, and the rebellious one!||Or, "...and the rebellious ones," or "...The Rebellion," or "...the Sorrowing One," i.e., Jesus!|
|Jehovah goes to war against her, and the one being removed!"||Or, "...for he shall be removed!" or, "...and the one being shaken." I.e., a play on words: Belshazzar shook for fear when he saw the hand that foretold his removal from being king, and was put to death that same night, see Daniel 5.|
(There are two separate pictures of the hand, one is seen when the letters are arrayed at 14 letters per row, and the other at a matrix of 15. The switching from one matrix/hand to the other is what makes the hand 'move.')
The "Wheels" Explain the Above Code
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