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Bible-Code Riddles

in Pictures!

The archetype of all bible-code riddles: "Painting: Belshazzar by Rembrandt, 1635." The-writing-on-the-wall bible code is the key that unlocks all the bible codes.

Mene-Mene-Tekel-Peres Bible Code:

 

The reading of all '5 coins'

(Insert to Part '1a')

The 5th coin ('half-mina/tekel') contains phrases that are generally more obscure. For this reason it was not placed with the rest of the code/coins. The heart of the message is in the main middle 3 coins (that strictly use the 15 letters on the wall). While the 5th coin adds descriptive information, it does not seem to add any new information vital to the code. Thus the emphasis is put on the other coins---especially the top/right 'missing mina.' This is likely because, whereas the top coin speaks of Christ, this bottom/left 5th coin speaks of His enemy. Thus, the highlight is on Christ, not His enemy. 

 

 

Tekel": 

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

O' Flawless One, You shall sprinkle them! (Or can read, "Broken Manna")

He cried out; being pierced, He groaned. 

And for a sign He was weighed (in the balances).

But then He arose, and took His revenge,

sprinkling the one murmuring!

 

MINAS!

---We will bring forth an oracle!

We will inspire fear among the (other coins)!---

Where is the Manna?

Where is the Mina?

He will be appointed to a fear-inspiring right-hand!"


O' Mina, rise up!

For you shall cast down the one being mocked---the bland tasting one!---along with his rebellion.

(He was filtered out and vanished!)

Indeed, You will get rid of them all!

O' Jealousy! {Cf., Ex. 43:14.) 

Spit! Spit out the accursed thing! {Revelation 3:16}

O' Powerful Jaw (i.e., the grave)

Vomit! Vomit out his decay, {Lev. 18:28, Ps. 16:10}

sprinkling the one murmuring!


Who? Where?

Where is decay?

A crumb will be felt in their mouth,

and they will gladly spit it out!

And thus he perished because he put us to the test.

 

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