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The Writing on the Wall
Bible-Code Prophecy

This amazing riddle has other riddles encoded within!

Procedure of Decipherment for 
just the three coins

and the Hebrew

Part 'B'

(To "A')

The 3 coins within the confines of 
the 15 letters of "mene, mene, tekel, uparsin,"
arrayed at an ELS of 3 x 5 letters (vertically) and 5 x 3 letters (horizontally).

 

Click here for the translation only of the mene-tekel bible code,
 along with basic commentary

(Click here for code with interpretation)

 

Bible-Code matrix at 5 x 3 letters.

All circular bible codes complete at least one full revolution, as the bible code itself instructs: "Go around (the shekel)." 

The order of decipherment for both the horizontal matrix and the vertical matrix are consistent.





 

(Click on the diagrams on the right to enlarge. 
The matrixes to the right are the same vertical and horizontal coined-matrixes shown above. 
Both matrixes, of course, are really one---both spell "mene, mene, tekel, uparsin." 
The matrixes are read right to left in accordance with the Hebrew language.)

Click to enlarge.Title: Counterclockwise reading of the (4) outer-corner letters.

  1. First stanza read from horizontal matrix, then vertical matrix. (Counterclockwise reading of all (12) letters that surround the middle three letters.)




  2. Click to enlarge.Opening title: The (3) middle letters.
    Acrostic using first letter in each coin. (Note consistent position [see right] of letters in first set of coins, which acrostic spells: "They made light of his death.")
    Second
    stanza read from horizontal matrix ('a' to 'c'), then vertical matrix ('a' to 'c'):
    a) First coin (mene) (Coins go from right to left): Counterclockwise reading 
    Click to enlarge. b) Second (middle) coin (tekel) Clockwise reading 
    c) Third coin (peres) Counterclockwise reading 
    f) The 3 coins repeated again, except in reverse directions




  3. Click to enlarge.Third stanza read from horizontal matrix, then vertical matrix. 
    (Clockwise reading of all (12) letters that surround the middle three letters.)




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Also at bottom: Outer circles repeated at every-other letter skips, etc.

 

 

Legend

 - Indicates the counterclockwise reading of the horizontal matrix

 - Indicates the counterclockwise reading of the vertical matrix

+ Indicates the clockwise reading of the horizontal matrix

+ Indicates the clockwise reading of the vertical matrix

 

(Hebrew lines with a "*" have Mouse roll over!.
 Just put your mouse pointer over the Hebrew for two seconds.)

 

Title: "Going Around the Tekel/Shekel" This word also means "besiege." Babylon (and Jerusalem) were and had been "besieged/encircled," just like the coins, which add up to 390 and 430, etc., in gematria (in Hebrew)! (See Ezk. 4).*

(Click here for note about the Aramaic names of the coins.)

 

"mene, mene, tekel, uparsin"

The acrostic sums up Daniel's own interpretation of these coins: Perhaps he noticed it too, and it clued him in on his own interpretation, as led by the Spirit of God? The defective spelling is reasonable for a code. See the "seals of Ahaz and Hezekiah."*


  1. Click to enlarge.First stanza from horizontal matrix, then stanza from vertical matrix. ( Counterclockwise reading of all (12) letters that surround the middle three letters.)

    -  Reading around the middle three letters

    ("Mene" can mean 'numbered,' or a coin called a 'minah,' worth 60 shekels.)*

    Amen! Amen! And the banner (or, 'wonder,' or, 'pole') that heals them! 

    Our oracle is a banner that brings healing! (Jn. 3:14).

    Mene: "They numbered me, the One being rejected!"

    (The following addition was discovered later...)

    Turn/repent here on account of our oracle! 

    We will instruct (you) here! 

    Because of His faithfulness we will instruct (you) here; (or, "...we will chastise here," cf., Isa. 53:5)

    because of the Faithful One and the banner/wonder/pole that heals them.

    Our oracle is a banner/wonder/pole that brings healing! (Completes 7x around.)


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    "Shout for joy," may also mean, "cry out in sorrow". Perhaps the cry from the cross?*

    They put a flawless One to the test---The Mina of God!

    "But, shout aloud, O' Mina, 

    for the message (lit. "it") will be carefully concealed!"

    (The following alternate and better reading was discovered later...)

    Upon His pole (cross), "It is finished!" the Mighty One who was numbered cried aloud.
    (Or "...the Mina of God cried out!")

    The mighty Mina will be hidden away! 
    (And/or "'God's numbering' or 'manna' or 'prophecy' will be hidden away!")

     



    (Line-by-line acrostic of 'mina' and 'half-mina' at bottom):
    "He is angry with them!" (f. pl., i.e., the coins/cities).

    Click to enlarge.

  2. The three coins:

    Second stanza from horizontal matrix ('a' to 'c'), then stanza of vertical matrix ('a' to 'c'):
    a) First coin (mene) (Coins go from right to left): Counterclockwise reading 
    b) Second (middle) coin (tekel) Clockwise reading 
    c) Third coin (peres) Counterclockwise reading 
    Click to enlarge.f) The 3 coins repeated again, except in reverse directions

     

    ("Tekel" can mean 'weighed' or a 'shekel'-coin.)* "Tekel": 

    (Coin-by-coin acrostic of 'tekel'): *

    "The light ones under His wrath made light of His death." (This acrostic emphasizes and enlarges the interpretation of "tekel" by Daniel: "Tekel: You have been weighed in the balances and are found wanting (light)!"

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     - the first coin "Them" is fem. pl., and refers to the coins themselves. It is the feminine word for 'coins,' here, because the 'cities', as well as the coins, are "being besieged, " (encircled)."---The cities of Babylon and Jerusalem. (See "the bible numbers" to do with this code, i.e., 390, 430, etc., Ezk. 4.)  "The one being pierced groaned," i.e., the Mina (Jesus), (and indirectly, Belshazzar too). The Hebrew word, "to pierce," here, is most appropriate, and means, "to burrowing-into' (a coin).*

    (He cried out; having been pierced, he groaned.) 

    Behold them! Read them...  

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    + the second coin "Weigh/pay" is an ancient Hebrew word, and cognate to the Aramaic.*

    ... as a warning-sign! 

    Because you will most certainly be paid/weighed!

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     - the third coin "O' enemy," lit., "O' upriser."*

    For He is risen and is taking revenge!

     

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     - the first coin

    O' Mina, rise now!

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    + the second coin This word may also mean "plaster," and may be a play on words for, 'bringing down the plaster as the finger writes on the wall.' Furthermore, the repetition of the same sounds is a mimicking of the drunkard, Belshazzar!*

    For You shall cast down the one being mocked, 

    the bland-tasting one...

     

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     - the third coin

    ...and his rebellion!

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    + the first coin "Jealous One," is a proper name of God in Ex. 43:14. Note the context of this passage.*

    O' Jealous One, spit now! 

    Spit out the accursed thing! 


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     - second coin O' powerful jaw (i.e., of the grave)! Or, ...O' Jaw of God!" {Hos. 13:14}*

    O' powerful jaw! 


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    + the third coin *"O' Day (i.e., of God}."That is, 'the day of judgement.' {"Vomit", see,  Lev. 18:28, Ps. 16:10}.

    (See Jer. 25:27 , and context; "vomit them(?)" is optional, as is "day." 
    But the inclusion of "day" fits the 3-coins acrostic. With the 4 coins it is better omitted.)

    O' Day! (Acts 2:20)

    Vomit them! Vomit out his decay!


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    + the first coin

    Where is decay?

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     - the second coin Compare with words at beginning of this bible code with all 5 coins: "A piece (crumb) of manna." The word "felt," here, has the meaning of, "to feel along for something (like a snake), and then grasp it."*

    A crumb will be felt (in their mouth),...


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    + the third coin

    ...and they will gladly spit it out!



  3. Click to enlarge.Third stanza of horizontal matrix, then stanza of vertical matrix. 
    ( Clockwise reading of all (12) letters that surround the middle three letters.)


    +
    Reading around the middle three letters

    ("Peres" can mean 'divided' or a coin called a 'half-minah,' worth 30 shekels---the price of Jesus' betrayal by Judas Iscariot. Or it can mean "Persia," the kingdom of the east that sacked Babylon.)
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    Peres: (O' Persia:)

    "They afflicted me! I will sleep the sleep (of death).  

    I will be divided asunder! (Hyperbole. "Peres;" a 'half-mina' worth 30 shekels---the price of Jesus' betrayal.)


    + The phrase, "(Where is the) One who was put to death" may also read, "(Where) was He put to death?," and forms the acrostic for "mene, mene, tekel, uparsin," (as seen below).  The word "to skin-over" in this context means 'to blind,' but may also infer the more positive meaning of 'a skin-covering for iniquity,' Gen. 3:21.

    Where is the One who was put to death?

    (Yet, He will skin-over their eyes.) (See in Brown-Drivers-Briggs Lexicon, "sudden blindness", Gen. 19:11; 2Kings 6:18.)

    "I will not sleep his death, O' China!" 

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    Note acrostic used here:
    "mene, mene, tekel, uparsin"

    The acrostic sums up Daniel's own interpretation of these coins: Perhaps he noticed it too, and it clued him in on his own interpretation, as led by the Spirit of God? The defective spelling is reasonable for a code. See the "seals of Ahaz and Hezekiah."*

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Or, this last line may alternatively read:
"O' (far-eastern land of) China!" {Rev. 16:12}. "China" is here in parallel with "Persia." (Cf., "Medes and Persians.") Both are eastern nations prophesied to destroy Babylon, according to the bible.
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As a Lamp,

I will not sleep his death,

O' China!" 

 

 

horizontal rule

 

Outer circles repeated at every-other letter skips

 

First stanza from horizontal matrix, then stanza from vertical matrix. (Counterclockwise reading of all (12) letters that surround the middle three letters at every other letter.)

(There are two pluses or minuses here because there are an even number of letters at every-other letter skips, so that the procedure of going in circles must be repeated twice to use all 12 letters.)

 

  1. - - Reading around the middle three letters


    "I will sleep, but he is terrified!

    He came to an end---he refused the banner!"


    - -
    "O' accursed day!" {Job 3:8}. I.e., "God is a banner, O' (doubting) Thomas, and He is (the Bread of) Manna, the Lion (of Judah), and (the Redeemer)/Mina!"*

     "O' accursed day! 

    The day that He was inflicted with curses, being numbered.

    They put God to the test!

    Yet, concealed by God is a flawless banner!

    God is a banner, O' Thomas,...


  2. ++ Reading around the middle three letters

     
    (Ambiguity is avoided here by using the more modern way of spelling .)

    ...
    and He is Manna, a Lion, and a Mina!

    (We will proclaim Him who was caused to disappear.)

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     Compare with earlier reference to China: "O' (far-eastern land of) China!" {Rev. 16:12}. "China" is here in parallel with "Persia." (Cf., "Medes and Persians.") Both are eastern nations prophesied to destroy Babylon, according to the bible. *

    ("China" is unusually spelt here, with just the 'hireq', rather than the full 'hireq yod' as before
    But while abnormal, this reading is accurate, I believe, as made clear by the context of the whole bible code.)

     

    He slept, but then He appeared!

    He slept, but then He appeared

    in order to prove, O' China,

    that He did not die,

    O' China, that He is not a myth!

(At every 3 letters around the central 3 letters
---horizontal matrix only---same order as before, both directions.)

 

He will give me light

---but they will refuse (it).

I will be numbered by them!

I will be delivered up!

I remained (there) but a short while. (i.e., in the grave)

 

(At every 4 letters around the central 3 letters
---horizontal and vertical matrixes---same order as before, both directions.
Note: The writing on the wall was interpreted by the light of a lamp, Daniel 5:5,
 perhaps the same menorah stolen by the Babylonians, Daniel 5:3.
This part of the code explains the meaning of this lamp.)

Who is my mother?

(The banner of light tested them.)

He was angry---

She mourned His Lamp,

a terrifying symbol---

*His Lamp melted (them) (or, "...Lamp was melted.")

Terrifying wrath went on without end. (A play on words: lit., "...around and around.")

I will give a sign: (Revelation 12.)

"Who is my mother?"

(And the light weighed them.) (i.e., weighed/tested them in the balances.)

(*Or perhaps better read, "And His lamp is a terrifying [circular] staircase!" {See Gen. 28:12}.
 See 'Lamp-Stairway-to-Hell bible code' and
 'The-light-weighing-in-the-balance' code discovered later.)

 

The question asked twice, "Who is my mother" is the key to understanding this last part of the riddle. That phrase was spoken by Jesus but once, as recorded in the gospels. Note Mark 3:31-35 with Luke 8:16-21---and context!

Mark 3:31-35

" There came then his brethren and his mother, and, standing without, sent unto him, calling him. And the multitude sat about him, and they said unto him, Behold, thy mother and thy brethren without seek for thee. And he answered them, saying, Who is my mother, or my brethren? And he looked round about on them which sat about him, and said, Behold my mother and my brethren! For whosoever shall do the will of God, the same is my brother, and my sister, and mother."

Luke 8:16-21

" No man, when he hath lighted a candle (lamp), covereth it with a vessel, or putteth it under a bed; but setteth it on a candlestick, that they which enter in may see the light. For nothing is secret, that shall not be made manifest; neither any thing hid, that shall not be known and come abroad. Take heed therefore how ye hear: for whosoever hath, to him shall be given; and whosoever hath not, from him shall be taken even that which he seemeth to have. Then came to him his mother and his brethren, and could not come at him for the press. And it was told him by certain which said, Thy mother and thy brethren stand without, desiring to see thee. And he answered and said unto them, My mother and my brethren are these which hear the word of God, and do it. Also see, Revelation 12.)

 

 

Click here for just the translation of the mene-tekel bible code,
 along with basic commentary

Procedure of decipherment and the Hebrew
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-1- About the Hebrew

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-2- 3-coins: 5 x 3 and/or 3 x 5 matrixes

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Next ===> -3- All 5 coins

 

 

Also see: Unraveling the Codes:
What about, "Consistency, scribal mother-vowels, and the importance of the bible numeric."

See 'Lamp-Stairway-to-Hell bible code' and
 'The-light-weighing-in-the-balance' code discovered later.)

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