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"Leprous as Snow"
There are two separate images of the hand. One is seen when the letters are arrayed at 14 letters per row and the
other at a matrix of 15. Switching from one matrix/hand to the
other makes the hand 'move.' It appears to move from a normally formed hand to a leprous hand back to a normal hand, as per Exodus 4:6-7, which also gives it the appearance of writing [on the wall]. I did not notice
the hand as leprous and shriveled until 6 years after I colored these images. In the providence of God the first hand was colored with normal pigmentation, but the second always "as white as snow"! (Ex. 4:6) In harmony with the code, "The Lord went to war
against her" (i.e., Egypt/Babylon) at the time when Moses' hand temporarily was made leprous "as a sign". Both Moses' leprous hand and snaky rod symbolize Christ's death and resurrection, as did the river into
(See Isa. 29:7 for a similar prophecy
and Hebrew construction.)
Is it the hand of Jehovah?
Is it the hand of Jehovah? He Himself went to war. He put him to death!
Jehovah goes to war against her (i.e., 'Babylon'), and the arrogant one!
Jehovah goes to war against Babylon (lit. "her"), and the rebellious one!
Jehovah goes to war against Babylon (lit. "her"), and the one being removed!"
"Jesus is Jehovah!"
"When he goes to war, behold it comes --- Behold destruction upon destruction
--- a cubit (forearm) and a cubit (forearm) to wipe out the arrogant one!
He fell, but I have risen to life, even to abundant life --- for His hand,
O beloved, is the Lord's (hand)!"
This picture bible code was discovered on Pentecost, 2000.
This picture of a hand in motion occurs when the outline of the hand around the letters of the bible code are changed---frame by frame---from a matrix at 14 letters per row, to 15 letters. (It appears to move from a normally formed hand to a
leprous hand back to a normal hand, as per Exodus 4:6-7, which also gives it the appearance of writing [on the wall].) Most, if not all of the picture bible codes, are animated in some way, and this one is no exception. (For example, the 'rallying-flag-pole'
held up alongside the Twin Trade Centers snaps in two at its center in agreement with what the bible code is saying.) The movement of the hand is deduced from the three very complex bible codes here present. The main code is
found at an ELS of just one-letter, and the others at 14 and 15-letter skips. This results in the horizontal and vertical dimensions of this picture. The 'hand' is embedded in the (Aramaic) text at Daniel 5:19b---the text to do with the writing on the wall:
"...whom he would he slew;
and whom he would he kept alive;
and whom he would he set up."
The text is in Aramaic, but the bible code Hebrew.
Each of the five fingers begins with the word "Jehovah."
The first of the four encoded lines reads:
"Is it the hand of Jehovah? He went to war; He put him to death!"
The hand is 60 letters wide and 60 letters high---thus we have 'mene,' 'mene,' suggested. (I.e., 'mene,' or 'mina' was a Babylonian coin worth 60 shekels. For more about the numbers in the 'mene' code, click
The 60 letters (of the width of the hand) have other complex internal codes there. One poses (then answers) the following riddle based upon the burning-bush revelation "I am that I am." (See index
if unfamiliar with this well-known biblical phrase.) The bible code asks: "What I am is not what I will be!"
How can this riddle possibly apply to the immutable God?
There is but one answer, and this picture code of the hand of God answers itself with a question:
"Will I be changed into a man?" (See Jn.16:16 for a similar riddle said by Jesus about Himself.)
It is common for the points/extremities of a picture bible code to capsulate the meaning of the whole picture in but a few words.
(The above hand can be formed at 14 or 15-letter skips. Note that a reverberation effect in the letters results because the matrix is larger than the 15 [or 14]-letters across. The full '5 coins' of the horizontal mene-tekel
code does the same thing.)
In the above hand the five points/extremities of the hand counterclockwise reads: "They are Who they are --- that is, the Lord!" (Compare this with the other code just mentioned: "What
I am is not what I will be!" Both, then, are a play on words for "I AM that I AM.")
The same letters clockwise read: "Is Jesus the Lord!?!"
("Jesus" is here spelt as it would be today by most Jews.
Note the Trinitarian triple intersecting rings created in the center of the picture below.)
Besides what has already just been said, the 'hand' is also 'writing' in 23 alternating circles, centered over the thumb. Like the mene-tekel bible code, it appears these 23 circles represent 23 Hebrew mina's. Since there are 50 shekels in
a Hebrew mina, therefore, the 23 coins total 1150 shekels (23,000 gerahs), which is the number of days mentioned in Daniel 8; also, the theme of that chapter fits the code. (Again, notice how it can apply indirectly to the Twin Trade Center disaster.)
(See Isaiah 29:7 for a similar prophecy and a similar Hebrew construction.)
"When he goes to war, behold it comes---Behold destruction upon destruction
---a cubit (forearm) and a cubit (forearm) to wipe out the arrogant one!
He fell, but I have risen to life, even to abundant life---for His hand,
O beloved, is the Lord's (hand)!"
(Or, "...For His strength, Beloved, is in the Lord.")