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The first of the six verses in which the Balance
Picture Bible Code is found contains a complex circular acrostic that summarizes the Balance Bible Code embedded there and
also addresses the surface text in which it is found.
This acrostic-riddle is explained by the Balance Picture Bible Code. The Balance Bible Code begins at the same verse as the acrostic and, remarkably,
the Balance Code ends in verse 6 on the actual words of Isaiah that read, "They weigh(the gold for Bel's idol)in the balance"! Amazingly, the answer to this riddle was revealed first and then only later was the riddle
discovered, (see Isa. 46:10)! The riddle was discovered one-and-a-half years later when the prophecies contained in the Balance Picture Code were completed!
Hebrew reads from right to left. The acrostic begins with the first letter of each Hebrew word and then reverses itself at the end of the verse by using the last letter of each of the same words so as to complete a circuit. There are possible variations
to this reading. But this is the simplest.
"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," (Isaiah 46:1).
Acrostic Riddle: (This first and last letter acrostic is meant to be read
alongside the Hebrew text of 46:1 to be appreciated.)
"When Bel and Nebo went up in the balance,
the beast being overworked with them,
did they groan and a rock/weight? ("When Bel was made to bow down?")
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As in the Balance Bible Code, the "rock" refers positively to Christ, but also negatively to the false god Bel (Baal).
(This is true of the Balance Bible Code and the related Mene-Tekel-Uparsin Bible Code. One picture bible code helps interpret another.)
A "rock" represents a burdensome stone, and as a matter of fact
the Hebrew word "sela" can even mean "a weight used in a balance," or even a "coin-weight," (see B.D.B.H. Lexicon). Moreover, "sela" also sounds like the Hebrew word "selah," meaning, "to weigh (in a
balance)". (Plays on words and sounds are common in the bible, especially the codes. See Mene-Tekel Bible Code. Also see Isa. 44:8 and the Rock of Emily
('Rock of Burdensome Work') Bible Code, and how it connects to the Balance Bible Code.) Since sela (rock) can signify a balance "weight" as well as a rock, then we should keep in
mind that we are talking about the counter weight on the balance. The counter-weight would go down if the object on the scale was too light ("found wanting"). Hence, when Bel goes up then the weight/stone goes down, thus humbling ("bowing down") Bel
who is therefore found wanting!
The Balance/Lamp Bible Code is based upon units of (ELS) twelve. The '12' speaks of the 12 tribes of Israel. There are also 12 words in Isaiah 46:1. The acrostic is made up of 6 words. (Sub-acrostic makes seven.) The six words are divided into
three sets of two words each with each set having exactly 8 letters. ( The acrostic is balanced in the middle on the 'he' like a hinge or pivot as in a balance!) Thus, even the numeric of the balance-acrostic is balanced and agrees with the numeric of
the Balance Bible Code!
The acrostic word, "Being overworked" is feminine in Hebrew and thus refers to the "beast," which, too, is feminine in Hebrew. Agreeably, this word "Being overworked" reuses the suffix 'h' in the actual
text of Isa. 46:1 that similarly reads, "for the weary (beast, 'h')", and this 'h' occurs at the very point in the text where the acrostic reverses direction like a hinge. (See 'hinge' in previous paragraph.)
Moreover, if we analyze our six acrostic words further we discover a 1 - 2 - 3 - 3 - 2 - 1 mirror pattern. This word arrangement is also fitting of its topic of a balance since a balance likewise is composed of two mirroring/equal sides.
Hebrew reads right to left! (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."
If we allow for an Aramaism (fitting since it refers to a Babylonian god!), then the acrostic in turn forms an additional sub-acrostic that reads, "When Bel was made to bow down/humbled!"
(Lit., "When to bow-down/humble him!")
The subjects "Bel and Nebo" are simply "they" and "them" in the acrostic, but the fact that the acrostic overlaps Bel and Nebo of the text [Isa. 46:1] when it refers to "they" and "them," and
the fact that it likewise refers to the beast [feminine in Hebrew] when the acrostic is overlapping the actual surface text about the beast, tells us without doubt who they and them and she is! Furthermore, the text is so arranged so that the she
(Beast) can also be 'Bel' as well (when the 'h' is dropped off as in alternate readings), which is true of the actual verse as well. See NIV footnote for Isa. 46:1! (And see the "Bel Qoph" bible code.)
The fact that this is an acrostic using the same principles as in Jacob's Bible Prophecy Acrostic underscores the fact that these two bible codes are related. The Lord showed me the Balance Bible Code and
the Lion-of-Judah (Jacob's acrostic) Bible Code about three months apart. Their message is also similar. Compare the Lion-of-Judah Picture Code with the Balance Bible Code acrostic: