This document represents "The
Balance Bible Code" greatly expanded.
God confirmed that original code in many
We will first give a brief overview of this
picture bible code and then explain each part in particular along with
notes for those interested. We also explain how the original Balance
Bible Code overlaps and is an integral part of this massive (expanded)
Cherub/Baal bible code here examined. You may wish to go back and read
the original Balance
Bible Code. (And/or see the
Audio/Images of the Balance Bible Code.)
Balance Bible Code
The above was the first image to be revealed from Isa.
46:1-6. It is an overlapping-image of a tree, a tilted lamp, a
tilted balance, and a river running through the whole image. See "The
Balance Bible Code" for what each part of the image reads in
Brief Overview of Whole Code
The Flames of the Lamp
Of late it has been discovered that overlapping
the above lamp and balance is also a cherub with four wings.
Interestingly, in the book of Ezekiel, the cherub there is described as
"shining like a lamp with its fire moving up and down it" ---
just as in the picture bible code. In the book of Ezekiel it also says that
the appearance of the cherubim were like "burning coals of fire", which is symbolic of judgment
in the bible in the same way that the balances are in the bible code.
Eze 1:13 "As for the likeness of the living creatures,
their appearance [was] like burning coals of fire, [and]
like the appearance of lamps: it went up and down among the
living creatures; and the fire was bright, and out of the fire went
The Eyes of the Lamp
In the below image, note where the seven
lights of the lamp overlap on the cherub. Note that the middle (strong)
flame of the seven lamps overlaps the right (strong) eye of the cherub.
It is perfectly positioned.
(In the bible, eyes are often associated
with the flames of a lamp, Zech. 4:10; Dan. 10:6; Rev. 1:14; 2:18;
19:12. Moreover, the book of Revelation uses a similar symbolism where
Jesus is symbolically described as a lamb having seven eyes, "which
are the seven spirits of God", which are also the seven(fold) lamps
burning before God. Thus, the seven eyes are also the seven lamps of the
Spirit of God!)
Rev 5:6 And
I beheld, and, lo, in the midst of the throne and of the four
beasts, and in the midst of the elders, stood a Lamb as it had been
slain, having seven horns and seven eyes, which are the seven
Spirits of God sent forth into all the earth.
Rev 4:5 And
out of the throne proceeded lightnings and thunderings and voices: and
there were seven lamps of fire burning before the throne, which are
the seven Spirits of God.
The Feet of the Lamp
The below image was
on the internet four years ago. Compare the location of the balance
and lamp below with that of the cherub above to see where the one is overlapping
the other. Notice that the feet of the balance become the feet of the cherub, etc.
(The upper left balance is not in the below image, nor the
The Head of the Lamp
The head is bowed down
because the cherub is bearing a heavy burden, and as a symbol of Christ,
his body, as it were, hangs down upon a tree/cross, (which is also the
lamp). Jesus called himself, "the light of the world", and when Jesus
"gave up his spirit" on the cross, it was as if the flame of
the menorah went out, the sky already strangely darkened, (Matt.
"When Jesus therefore had received the vinegar, he said, It is
finished: and he bowed his head, and gave up his spirit."
Jesus is bearing the sins for the whole
world, along with the weight of heaven and earth upon his shoulders, but
particularly "the house of Israel". This
interpretation agrees with what the bible code says and what the surface
text reads. The actual surface text that forms the area of the balances
Isa. 46:3-4 "Hearken unto me, O house of Jacob, and all
the remnant of the house of Israel, that have been borne by me from
their birth, that have been carried from the womb; and even to old age
I am he, and even to hoar hairs will I carry you; I have made, and I
will bear; yea, I will carry, and will deliver."
Where the Code is Found
The entire image (including the throne
and the lower part of the river that runs from the throne), is embedded in
the last two verses of Isaiah 45 through to Isa. 46:6. As we shall see, the
image of Baal and his worshippers (embedded in Isa. 46:1-2), along with the
entire image, agree line by line with the verses of the bible in which it
is embedded. Moreover, this is true phrase by phrase and even word by word. The
image interprets the actual surface text as you look at the image from
top to bottom!
This is what the actual surface text (in
bold) reads where the entire image is embedded. I have included one
extra verse before and after for context. Please read it carefully, for it
interprets the essence of what the bible-code images mean.
By myself have I sworn, the word is gone forth from my mouth in
righteousness, and shall not return, that unto me every knee shall
bow, every tongue shall swear.
Only in Jehovah, it is said of me, is righteousness and strength;
even to him shall men come; and all they that were incensed
against him shall be put to shame.
In Jehovah shall all the seed of Israel be justified, and shall
Isa 46:1 Bel boweth down, Nebo stoopeth; their idols are
upon the beasts, and upon the cattle: the things that ye carried
about are made a load, a burden to the weary beast.
Isa 46:2 They stoop,
they bow down together; they could not deliver the burden, but
themselves are gone into captivity.
Isa 46:3 Hearken unto me, O house of Jacob, and all the
remnant of the house of Israel, that have been borne by me from
their birth, that have been carried from the womb;
Isa 46:4 and even to
old age I am he, and even to hoar hairs will I carry you;
I have made, and I will bear; yea, I will carry, and will deliver.
Isa 46:5 To whom will
ye like me, and make me equal, and compare me, that we may be
Isa 46:6 Such as lavish gold out of the bag, and weigh
silver in the balance, they hire a goldsmith, and he maketh it a
god; they fall down, yea, they worship.
Isa 46:7 They bear it upon the shoulder, they carry it, and
set it in its place, and it standeth, from its place shall it not
remove: yea, one may cry unto it, yet can it not answer, nor save
him out of his trouble.
The Image of Baal
The false god Baal is also in the below image, along
with a river running diagonally across the entire image. In the below image, Baal is attempting
to ascend to God's throne "above the stars of God", etc.
Interestingly, the bible tells us that Satan (Baal) once was a cherub
who stood before God's throne, that is, before Lucifer (Satan) fell, (Isa.
14). Baal is being weighed
in the balances and judged! (We will examine the Baal
Bible Code in detail shortly.)
Notice that one-third of the stars are overlapped by
either Baal's crown or his upper wings. This overlap suggests a
"blotting out" or "casting down" of these four
stars by Baal as similarly described in Rev. 12.
Remarkably, the worshipers of the idol of Baal in the
code read: "Together
they all bow down to the god of darkness!" This is a striking mockery
of Baal, the sun-god, who claimed to be the god of light! In fact,
the entire image of Baal is made up of a series of mockeries. This is
remains true even when the letters that form Baal are converted to Atbash!
"How art thou fallen from heaven, O day-star, son of the morning!
how art thou cut down to the ground, that didst lay low the nations!
And thou saidst in thy heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt
my throne above the stars of God; and I will sit upon the mount of
congregation, in the uttermost parts of the north; I will ascend above
the heights of the clouds; I will make myself like the Most High. Yet
thou shalt be brought down to Sheol, to the uttermost parts of the