Names Bible-Code Atbash

(With Commentary)


For the background to this bible code, 
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Genealogical Acrostic: Adam to Abraham

and Names Code: Adam to Jesus

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"What this bible code reads, without commentary"

Atbash Bible Code from Names Code. Image of the Creation and Floood and parting of the Red Sea with the  pillar of fire. Also the cross of Christ.


"First of all you must understand this: In the last days mockers will come and, following their own desires, will ridicule us by saying, "What happened to his promise to return? Ever since our ancestors died, everything continues as it did from the beginning of creation." But they deliberately ignore the fact that long ago the heavens existed and the earth was formed by God's word out of water and with water, by which the world at that time was deluged with water and destroyed. Now by the same word the present heavens and earth have been reserved for fire and are being kept for the day when ungodly people will be judged and destroyed." (2Peter 3:3-7, CEV)

The encoded image is essentially an overlap of five key events in the bible: 

1. Creation
2. Flood of Noah
3. Red Sea crossing
4. Cross and resurrection of Christ
5. Second Coming of Christ

Each can also be shown to share the same anniversary dates of Nisan 14-17 (and the morning of 18th)! 

(This is only true of the Creation if God created the moon as shining full rather than as just a sliver of a new moon as commonly assumed. Adam was created fully grown, as were the other creatures and the earth itself, so why not the moon?)



How the First 9 Letters Multiplies


"And God blessed Noah and his sons, and said unto them,
 Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth."
Gen. 9:1 


The first nine letters of the original acrostic in Genesis 
into 126 letters!



The following massive bible code expands from the acrostic of the first nine names of the genealogy that begins from Adam. For reference purposes, the following is the main chart of the original acrostic that spanned the full 19 names of the biblical genealogy. The first nine letters of the acrostic read: "I will forgive (pardon/bear up) my enemies, showing compassion". (And, "Where will he lead the people of Goshen?") This is the first line of our code that eventually multiples into an astonishing 77 lines and forms an image of Noah's flood, etc.


Acrostic bible code of Adam to Abraham


How the original nine letters (i.e., one line of code)
expand into 77 lines

The original nine letters of the above acrostic form three Hebrew words composed of three letters each that read: 

"I-will-forgive    my-enemy,    showing-compassion!" 

It occurred to me that this middle Hebrew word, "my-enemy", is part of the same word found in the book of Jeremiah where it is used as an Atbash code. There are only two clear examples in the bible of Atbash and its use here in the acrostic caused me to consider whether the acrostic was meant to also be transposed into Atbash. This began the process of multiplication that naturally unfolded, like the splitting of a DNA strand. The entire process of expansion utilizes biblical numbers that enhance the meaning of the code.

(The Atbash in Jeremiah is explained in the Bel-Qoph Atbash. (Also see River Atbash and Mene Tekel Atbash for other examples of Atbash.) The following is a quote by the scholarly "Keil and Delitzsch Commentary on the Old Testament".)



The first letter of the alphabet is substituted for the last letter, and the second for the second last letter, etc. An Atbash code using our English letters would look like this:

Normal: a-b-c-d-e-f-g-h-i-j-k-l-m-n-o-p-q-r-s-t-u-v-w-x-y-z
Atbash:  z-y-x-w-v-u-t-s-r-q-p-o-n-m-l-k-j-i-h-g-f-e-d-c-b-a


Ancient and Post Exilic (modern) Hebrew, and Atbash


First Five Steps of Expansion

Here, then, is the first five of the ten steps that multiplies the initial code of nine letters into the 126 + 9 letters as seen in the image. (Please keep in mind throughout that Hebrew reads from right to left as do many of the charts.)


Here, then, are the steps to expanding the initial code of nine letters to the 126 + 9 letters seen in the image. (Hebrew reads from right to left.)

To form the image of Creation, the above letters are simply laid out horizontally
 rather than vertically as here, other than that, the layout of the letters are identical.


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The Five Steps 
(Forms an image of the Creation)

1.) We begin with the said acrostic of the first nine names of Adam to Lamech, who was the father of Noah and the flood. (Note: Lamech lived 777 years of age and died 7 years before Noah's family came up out of the ark. He was born 70 x 7 x 7 years before Christ in the year 3430 BC.)

2.) The above, plus its Atbash.

There are now two lines of letters, each with nine plus nine letters, a total of 36 letters. There is the nine letters of the original acrostic, the nine of its Atbash, and the doubling of both these because the code reads both forward and backward. This forms the sky in the image.

3.) Reading down and then back up along the above two rows of nine letters going side to side.

4.) This is repeated except going side to side in the opposite motion. (See above chart.)

There are now six lines of letters, each with nine plus nine letters, a total of 216 letters. That is, the former 36 letters read downward in a side-to-side motion right to left, and then again the same except side-to-side beginning from left to right. This forms the sea in the image.

5.) Again reading down the first 36 letters (of steps #1 and #2), except this time in a zigzag motion starting right to left then repeated except left to right. This is not read backward like all the previous times. 

Thus, we have the previous 216 letters (6 rows of 18 letters each), plus 9 + 9 letters more for a total of 252 letters. This forms the land.

The last nine letters are simply repeated again at the bottom of the image that also forms land. It therefore repeats the same thing again. We explain why this last line is added by repetition later. 

There are now 135 letters and the matrix is complete. We have an image of just the creation at this point. Numeric for this code is explained at the bottom of this page



Last Five Steps of Expansion

(Forms an image of the Flood, 
the Red Sea crossing, and the cross.)


6.) To form the image, the above 7-lines of code are laid out horizontally reading top to bottom, each line is 18 letters long with the 8th (repeated) line only 9 letters long. However, amazingly all 18 lines read down vertically as well! (This is nothing but astounding!) Thus, we now have 18 more lines of code that overlap what was already before deciphered. (It thus uses the same matrix of just 135 letters.) This downward flow of letters symbolizes the falling rain of the flood as well as the separation of the earth from sky, and the waters from the sky in the creation story.

7.) The middle four rows of the 18 rows also reads backward (upward)! (Thus, this part of the code reads in all four directions, including dimensionally by using circles as explained in step #9.) This symbolizes the rush of water up from the springs of the earth during the flood as recorded in the Flood narrative when "the great fountains of the deep were broken open." The split-upraised land also symbolizes this.

8.) The swirling clouds in the sky are created from 17 alternating circles that read from right to left across the image. They also repeat themselves if read left to right instead. 

9.) The waters bursting up from the land is formed from 15 alternating circles that read in two directions. They have different, but similar messages. Thus there are a total of 30 circles (15 in overlap). These circles represent swirling water that are located within the sea. They also represent a pillar of cloud as when Moses crossed the Red Sea. The four lines that read from bottom to top mentioned in #7 run through the middle of these clouds. We now have a total of 77 lines of code contained within the original 135 letters of the matrix.


Hebrew of the 47 Circles
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10.) Lastly, there is the cross. Upon it hangs the last letter of the Hebrew alphabet, a "Tav". (In Greek it would be "Omega", Rev. 21:6). There are also two large circles hanging down from the cross. The cross is shaped like the ancient Hebrew letter "Vav" ("Y"). The ancient "Tav" (Greek, "Omega") was shaped like an "X". The two large circles are shaped like "0". Originally Hebrew was a pictographic language. Each letter was a picture that represented its sound. The Vav was a "hook", the Tav was a cross-shaped "mark", and an "Ayin" was shaped like the "0", and represented an eye or a fountain. The bible code will also make use of other letters as well, but these three are the ones that an image forms them. (All this is discussed in detail later.)

The ark of Noah is at the right side of the image upon the waters. It reads, "Ark of (pardon)". See line #2. It is the Atbash of the word above it, "I will bear up". The bible code suggests that God will bear His people up like the Ark bore up Noah.)

Atbash-letters-ancient_Hebrew.gif (17477 bytes)Here, then, are the steps to expanding the initial code of nine letters to the 126 + 9 letters seen in the image. (Hebrew reads from right to left.)(However, note the "Mem", meaning, "water". This letter, too, is formed during the process of expanding the code until it reached its full size as explained in steps "3 and #4 where it forms the waters. An ancient Mem was shaped like water, a line going side to side like an "S" except one squiggle longer. Also, the "Shin", Atbash of "Bet", looked like a "W", as in the zigzag of #5 that forms the land. The code itself explains the symbolism of each letter by name. Click on image at right to enlarge.)



Understanding the Message

The full message contains many plays on words to do with the Atbash of the letters of the Hebrew Bible. The bible code is thus a riddle. It is understood when one realizes that the message is constantly alluding to the symbolism of the Hebrew letters and its Atbash from whence it was formed.

To understand this intricate bible code one must review the biblical stories from the Creation to the Flood (which covers the period of the nine names of the genealogy), as well as the parting of the Red Sea and the crucifixion of Christ.



The Seven Horizontal Lines


Atbash Bible Code from Names Code. Image of the Creation and Floood and parting of the Red Sea with the  pillar of fire. Also the cross of Christ.


(Read up and down --- uses 18 + 18 = 36 letters)

Forms the "heavens" in the image

("Heavens", in Hebrew, is a dual noun, meaning two heavens. 
Thus, the heavens are represented by two lines of code!)


1.) I will pardon/carry the one who rose up against me, having compassion upon my fatling lamb. The stroke of decay I will bear! (The word "pardon" can mean "bear up", "carry", etc.)

2.) The ark of my pardon are like pockets (for) the hands/Yods of a daughter/Bet!

(The word for "ark" and "pockets" mean much the same in Hebrew. The word for Noah's "ark" simply means a box or basket. The word is also used for the "basket" that baby Moses was placed in. The word for "pockets" is usually translated "bag". Thus, both a "basket" and a "bag" are used to carry things in. This is also the idea here. Christ carries his people having covered their sins. The Hebrew word "pocket" is itself formed by 3 pictographic letters of two hands being supported {as by a pocket}. For more on the letter "Bet", see "What the Ark reads". )



(Read back and forth like the ancient letter Mem, uses 36 + 36 = 72 letters)

Forms the "waters" in the image

Here, then, are the steps to expanding the initial code of nine letters to the 126 + 9 letters seen in the image. (Hebrew reads from right to left.)("Water", in Hebrew, is also a dual word. However, the waters of the sea are formed using four letters. It happens that the first two lines of the sea are crisscrossing as in a mirror the bottom two lines of the sea. Thus, the doubling of the dual "waters", "Mem". The word "Mem" is spelt using two Mem's, and a Mem in ancient times was shaped like squiggles that resemble water, and these squiggles shaped like Mem's are themselves literally formed by the bible code in its original form, when it formed two Mem's that overlap two other Mem's!)



In the following, every time the letter "Mem" is mentioned it can also read "water",  and every time "day" is mentioned it can also read "sea". Therefore we have a remarkable play on words for the waters of the sea. This is very significant because these four lines of code in fact form the waters of the sea in the image. The sea is also divided from day and night. (This is why the right half of the image is darker the left half.) 


Names-bible-code-crisscrossing-sea.jpg (68701 bytes)The sea is so arranged that the first two lines that form the sea crisscrosses with the second two lines that form the sea. Note that the letters "Alpha" and "Omega", (Hebrew, "Aleph" and "Tav") are not spelled out here, but are just single letters. Notice that these two letters are located at the first and last of lines 4 and 5 respectively. (See diagram at right.) However, these same two letters are also the center of all four lines. (See location of "Alpha" and "Omega" below in lines 4 and 5 --- they are at the center of the four lines.)

Also, together these two letters spell "a letter" ("a mark"). (These two letters have been "torn apart", as it were.) However, the crisscrossing effect forms the letter/mark of "Tav", which in modern day Hebrew now looks like an Aleph! Thus, the letters "Alpha/Aleph" and "Omega/Tav" are located at the beginning, middle, and end of the sea, and crisscross so as to form an ancient Tav or a modern Aleph! Thus, we are reminded of the verse in the book of Revelation:

 "I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty," Rev 1:8.

"Everything is finished! I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end. I will freely give water from the life-giving fountain to everyone who is thirsty," Rev. 21:5-6.


The related "Y"-Shaped Cross in the sea is explained later in this document.


3.) The Atbash of a letter was crushed until small, a "Mem" from the genealogical records of a king!  (Note that the Atbash of the letter "Mem" is a "Yod", the smallest letter of the Hebrew alphabet. Also note that the entire code is literally located within the "genealogical records of a king", Yeshua/Jesus! Luke 3:23-38.) 

4.) He finished them! He will tear apart the seas/days apart! When I bow my head (then) I will rest from work! Alpha!

5.) Omega! I will rest from work! I will bow the head! O' seas/days being torn apart, it is finished! (Or, "Omega! A fire O' daughter/Bet! I will burn up the seas, tearing them apart! It will be consumed!" (Or, "Omega! A fire O' daughter/Bet! I will burn up the seas, tearing them apart! It will be consumed!" Deut. 32:2)

6.) Go back O' sea! Take pity O' water/Mem! It will be crushed small, which is the Atbash of a letter!  (Or, "Keep moving O' day of mercy! A "Mem" will be crushed until small, which is the Atbash of a letter!")



(Read back and forth in a zigzag, uses 9 + 9 = 18 letters)

Forms the "land" in the image

("Land", in Hebrew, is a singular noun, meaning one
Thus, the land is represented by one line of code!)


7.) I will come quietly/bleeding, writhing in pain (as in labor)!
(Or, "The Father of Adam makes (men) tremble!", or, "Alpha came, he bravely bled!" The word for "quietly" can also read "bleeding".)

You, (O' daughter), will be quieted, resting. He will uphold (you)! (I.e., 'Sa'mek you'.)

(A total of 126 letters, or "A time, times, half-a-time"! Arranged as 3-squared times 4-squared = 126. This does not include the 9 repeated letters of the 8th line. There are 40 Hebrew words thus far, but 42 if the 8th line is included.)

These seven lines form a matrix of seven letters (down) by 18 letters (across), a total of 126 Hebrew letters. However, close examination of the bible code reveals that the image repeats the second half of the 7th line again to make 7-lines of code total, or 135 letters. Thus, the original 9 letters of the code "multiples" itself and produces a total of 126-letters more!


8.) You will rest. He will uphold (you) (Sa'mek you)!

Line # "8" is only half-a-line long and is the repeat of the second half of line # "7". Thus, there are 7 lines of horizontal code symbolizing the seven days of creation, plus the night before the new beginning of the 8th day. (See note on the codes numeric.) The first seven lines can read forward or back ward. The seventh lines cannot, they, as it were, "rest" from being able to be read unto infinity if read in a circle. {The bible begins each day at evening, thus the first 12 hours of a day are dark. In the new creation described in the last book of the bible, there is no more "night", Rev. 21:25; 22:5} Also note that (according to the traditional interpretation of the bible regarding the chronology of Jesus' death), that, Jesus died toward the evening of the 6th day of the week, "Good Friday",  and rose again toward day-break of the 8th day, Sunday, which is also the first day of the new week. Hence, Jesus was in the earth part of the 6th day, all of the seventh day, and part of the 8th day, which in Jewish reckoning means "three days". The last 1 of code also form the land in the image. It splits the land apart at the middle of the image where the great deep breaks open in accordance with the Flood narrative, Gen. 7:11. The word "Sa'mek" is also repeated twice in order to balance the repetition of the letter Chet, it's Atbash, in vertical lines #13 & #14.



The 18 Vertical Lines
(read top to bottom)


Genesis-Atbash-names-bible-code-7days.jpg (108830 bytes)Because each horizontal line represents one day of the creation week, thus the first 9 vertical lines depict the night (darkness) and the last 9 vertical lines depict the day! Thus, the earth is half in the night and half in the day. Interestingly, in ancient times the Jews divided the night and the day into three parts each. Since there are on average three letters per each word in the code, thus each word, on average, divides the night and the day into its equal parts also! (Also see note on "Time, times, and half-a-time".


Names-bible-code-crisscrossing-sea.jpg (68701 bytes)It also seems likely that the image of the earth here is a two dimensional (flat) representation of a sphere, evident by the fact that the lines more or less read in all directions. Also, except for the land, the letters that form the day and night mirror each other horizontally, as does the land and the heavens vertically by their subject-matter. Moreover, the words located within the first two lines of the sea crisscross diagonally with the words in the bottom two lines that form the sea. It does this 10 times thereby highlighting the center of the image, which is where the cross is located. 



1.) O letter, Surely you were hung!
(Or may read, "A letter was crushed into {another} letter!" See #3 & 4.)

2.) The one who was hung returned to rule, a lamb! 
(The Hebrew letters that spell "to rule" also spell "lamb".)

3.) The mark/letter/sign of my departure is a letter/mark/sign/you/miracle
(I.e., note the death and ascension of Christ with the ark dates. The word for "departed" or "removed" is also used of the removing of the pillar of cloud that led the Israelites in the wilderness. Compare to #5, which uses another more harsh word for "remove". Also see #1.)

4.) My holy ones are (returning) with the One who was crushed small! 
(Word for "Holy" is also used in #11 & 15, and a synonym in #6(7) & 11. Thus, grace and holiness by sacrificial death by hanging on a cross/letter is the major theme here, all the while couched in the language of Noah's flood and Atbash play-on-words. "Crushed small" links back to earlier diagonal line #6, and also to the above #1 & 3. Also see bottom-to-top lines, "minus #8 & #9".)

5.) Whom did I remove in my great heat? 
(I.e., anger, "heat" same word for "Ham", the cursed son of Noah. Interestingly, the root word for "remove" is likely "to prick". The word carries the idea of being 'provoked to removal'. See notes for #3.)

6.) The rich storerooms of my Grace shall be enlarged! (or, "stretched out", cf., Isa. 40:22.) 
Note: "Grace" can also mean "Holiness"; compare with #12 that uses the same Hebrew root word, "Chesid". "Chesid" means "to set apart as holy", and the 'separating of one thing from another' is a major theme of this code. Often the bible refers metaphorically to "storerooms" where God stores His hail, wind or rain for judgement, such as at the Flood, "He gathereth the waters of the sea together as a heap: He layeth up the deeps in store-houses," Ps. 33:7.)

7.) He rises to show pity! 
("My Grace" is located on this line. It occurs on previous line to properly translate.)

8.) Who/waters arose sufficient for (the) day?/sea?

9.) Over you who will reign? 
(#8,9 correspond with #1,2.)

(126 letters plus 72 more = 198.)


10.) Because of you (sg. fm.), a slayer

11.) sanctified the waters/Mem,
(Lines 10-11 is also what the cross reads that sits upon the sea.)

12.) a Holy one. You will waste away
("You wasted away" taken to be a cal. stem, prophetic future tense, cf., Isa. 34:4; 
or perhaps syncopated to read, "O' gatherings of" the sea of fear lift up! Gen. 1:10)

13.) O' terrifying sea! (or, "day!") (or "O' sea of Chet") Lift up! Rise

14.) up! He will bear the terrors (Chets)
(The letter "Sa'mek" is used in place of a 'Sin', which does occur sometimes in the bible. Importantly, the removed letter "Sa'mek" is the Atbash of Chet, in both #13 and 14. The word "Rise up" is split between #13, the number of curse, and #14, perhaps symbolizing a curse to blessing? The splitting of a Hebrew word occurs no where else in the bible code except perhaps in horizontal lines #4 & #5, where if "Alpha" {Aleph} and "Omega" {Tav} are joined together spell "a letter/sign".)

15.) of the saints by means of me! (or, "in me!", "...because of me!" See notes #4.)

16.) The marks/letters in me plundered

17.) that which wore you out O' mother, (The name "Eve" is related to the letter "Chet". She is called "the mother of all living", Gen. 3:20. Here, "mother" perhaps symbolizes the earth itself?)

18.) A mark/letter similar to your curse! (6 + 6 + 6 = 18)
(Lines 16-18 are explained later. Compare with #1-3.)

(198 letters plus 72 more = 270. I.e. 126 + 126 + 18 = 270. Thus, a total of 12 x 12 letters more added, thus, 3 x 3 x 4 x 4 + 12 x 12.)



The Four Vertical Lines
(read bottom to top)

-8.) O' waters (Mem) of/from the hand (Yod) of the One who raises up 

-9.) all the waters (Mem's) of every sea, (Ps. 65:7)

-10.) (even) he has completed (it)! The Almighty has finished (his work),

-11.) O' rising-up ones! 

(Note: These last 4 lines of code read 'rising up', thus the previous 18 lines depict the raining down of judgment, which also agree with its theme!)

30 lines of code total



17 Top Clouds Read  

(Also can read in both directions!)



Hebrew of the Circles
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A key verse to keep in mind when reading this bible code is from the book of Peter.

"First of all you must understand this: In the last days mockers will come and, following their own desires, will ridicule us by saying, "What happened to his promise to return? Ever since our ancestors died, everything continues as it did from the beginning of creation." But they deliberately ignore the fact that long ago the heavens existed and the earth was formed by God's word out of water and with water, by which the world at that time was deluged with water and destroyed. Now by the same word the present heavens and earth have been reserved for fire and are being kept for the day when ungodly people will be judged and destroyed." (2Peter 3:3-7, CEV)



1.) The Atbash of a letter --

2.) the Atbash 

3.) of a small letter

4.) is rising! A Mem will be crushed small!

5.) A sea

6.) will be forced back! The one noble-born from the genealogy will take pity on 

7.) those being shown pity,

8.) because he will certainly reign, O' sea, over you!

9.) Just as he completed (the heavens and the earth), even so

10.) (again) he will finish them! He will consume them!

11.) He will tear them down! He will sweep them away,

12.) tearing apart sea

13.) from sea, west  

14.) from east (with) an east wind! 
(Ex. 14:21-22 records the waters of Red Sea divided by "a strong east wind". May read, "An Eastern Sea".)

15.) When I bow, I will bow my head

16.) to rest. I will rest!

17.) I will rest!

(Less likely, the last three lines may also read, "When burning, I will set on fire the captives of fire. I will completely remove (them)!")


All 30 circles below the top line of clouds

(Top first, right to left working down, then again up.)

Please note that the following continues what the top clouds just read. Together they form a unit, one great swirling mass of watery-cloud/fire. The following 30 circles connect to the clouds above and appears to form a pillar of cloud leading God's people through the Sea like in the days of Moses, except upwards!

Exodus 14:21-22 records the Red Sea divided by "a strong east wind". In the following we have allusions to several different epoch events to do with the sea as recorded in the bible, including the creation, the flood, the Red Sea crossing, the cross, and an end-time event still to happen. Also keep in mind that the bible code is still using play-on-words for certain letters of the Hebrew alphabet; here, "waters" for "Mem" and hand for "Yod", which is the Atbash of Mem.

By so doing it personifies the "waters" (Hebrew letter "Mem") in this poetic description of 'Christ bowing the head on the cross -- hands outstretched'. The poetry uses mirrorism, that is, it is structured so that the first lines mirror the last, and so forth.

"When Jesus had received the sour wine, he said, "It is finished," and he bowed his head and gave up his spirit", (John 19:30).

"And Jesus cried out again with a loud voice and yielded up his spirit. And behold, the curtain of the temple was torn in two, from top to bottom. And the earth shook, and the rocks were split", (Mat. 27:50-51).


The waters springing up read:

1.) The ones bowed down

2.) are rising! Waters are rising! 
(May refer to the falling {"bowing"} of rain water downward so as to cause rising water, symbolic of death and resurrection. Line #1-2 may also read: "A terrible fire is rising!", see #25; or, "O' east wind, waters are rising!")

3.) Seas

4.) are rising!

5.) A crushing east wind

6.) strengthened!

7.) More than enough sea!

8.) O' waters of the sea,

9.)  a Mem will rise! Who will rise?

10.) Being still, he bows the head! Who bowed the head? 

The one kindling the ancient waters (into) a flame!

11.) A hand is upraised,
(Or, "The hand of my enemies is raised up!" Or, "He will be crushed small.")

12.) even hands

13.) (over the) seas?

14.) Whose hands

15.) O' east wind?

16.) Who crushed them? A hand is upraised!

17.) Whose hands

18.) O' seas?

19.) (By) whose hands is

20.) a crushing east wind

21.) strengthened,

22.)  that causes to rise

23.) the waters of the sea?

24.) More than enough sea!

25.) Being still, he bows the head! Who bowed the head? 

The one kindling the ancient waters (into) a flame!

26.) A hand is upraised.

27.) Rising waters!

28.) Seas

29.) are rising!

30.) A hand is upraised.


77 lines of code total



Hebrew of the Circles
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The Ark and the
"Y"-Shaped Cross in the Sea


The "X" hanging upon a "Y"-shaped cross

In the above image, the letters Aleph (Alpha) and Tav (Omega) hang upon a "Y" shaped-cross in the middle of the waters of the sea. This "Y" cross stands between heaven and earth.

This "Y" shaped-cross reads downward and then up, "Because the slayer perfected them!" (that is, "perfected" or "made blameless"). (Recall vertical lines # 10-12 that also read in both directions. These three lines of code run through the image of the hanging "Tav".) 

The Tav ("X") reads, "My Mem", or, "Their sea."

The cross is "Y" shaped because this is how the Hebrew letter "Vav" looked like in ancient times. And the "X" shaped letter in ancient times was a "Tav" {Omega}. It happens that the letters "Tav" and "Vav" in Hebrew, are "X" and "Y". Therefore, the image depicts a Tav as being crucified upon a "Y"-shaped cross. (The letter "Vav" means a " hook" or " nail" in Hebrew, that is, something one hangs something on.  Thus, the "X" appropriately hands upon a "Vav" (hook)! The bible code alludes to this image often and for this reason we are sure as to its meaning.)

The cross is located at the very spot that divides the waters from the waters, the day from the night, and the heavens from the earth! One hand (Yod) stretches out toward the day and the other toward the night as if pushing them apart so as to divide the created elements from one another as described in the first chapter of Genesis!  (The letter "Yod" in Hebrew literally means a "hand". Thus, whenever the word "hand" appears in the bible code it can also refer to the letter "Yod", which is the Atbash of the letter "Mem", meaning "water".)

Names-bible-code-crisscrossing-sea.jpg (68701 bytes)(Also see note about how the words in the sea crisscross each other ten-times overtop this cross as illustrated at right. This also serves to emphasize the importance of the cross in the image. The importance of "Tav" {"Omega"} as a letter has already been explained. See illustration at right. Click on any image to enlarge.)

Both the letters "Mem" and "Yod" are spelled out in full here. As said, they are each others Atbash. Keep in mind that an ancient Mem was shaped like and indeed was a pictogram of "water(s)", as a Yod was a "hand". Also, the letter Aleph (Alpha) was a "bull's head". A Tav was a "cross-shaped mark", either as "X" or "+". It is sometimes used in the bible to signify a "mark", Ezek. 9:4.


Note: Concerning the "mark", see vertical lines 16-18 where it reads: "The marks in me plundered that which wore you out, O' mother, a mark similar to you curse!". "Mark", here, is the same word for "letter". However, the image suggests that the particular letter here in mind was the "Tav". Lines 16-18 tell us that the curse that fell upon Eve, who in the bible is called "the mother of all living", was carried by Jesus upon the cross. The plural of "mark" suggests the marks in his hands and feet. The image itself is meant to be read in all directions just like the rest of the code. 


The image can be placed upside down so that both the "X"-Tav and the Ark stand upon the land. (We illustrate this shortly.) This multidirectional aspect of the code emphasizes the all- encompassing work of the cross.

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All Letters Hang Upon the Cross ("Y")

"Living Waters!"

"Living Words!"


The two thin yellow vertical lines in the above image show the location of the middle four rows where the text reads in all directions. Within the four-by-four letters where the "Y" stands within the sea, these middle 16 letters are predominantly "Mems" and "Yods". Now it happens that every letter can be formed to hang upon the "Y"-shaped letter at the center of the image. (As explained, the "Y" is the Hebrew letter, "Vav", meaning, "a hook"). 

In this image we show only the letter "X", the last letter of the Hebrew alphabet, (Hebrew, "Tav"; Greek, "Chi" for "Christ"). However, not just the "X", but indeed all letters from A to Z can be formed in the same way as the "X" here. All letters hang upon this "Y", (i.e., all letters from Aleph to Tav; Alpha to Omega). 

(The Hebrew letter "X" is the main letter hanging upon the "Y" as evident by the fact that the entire matrix is composed of crisscrossing words as explained earlier, which repeatedly form an "X". In a way the "X" represents all letters that lead up to it because it is the last letter of the Hebrew alphabet. God is the Alpha and Omega and this implies all letters in between.)

These large-shaped letters that hang upon the cross ("Y") read much the same thing as the "X" does as shown here. This is because the individual (actual) letters of the code at this spot are predominately made from the same letters; they are made from the Yods and Mems. Thus, all the letters hanging upon the "Y" more or less read the same thing. They read about the "sea-waters rising". 

What does all this mean?

It means that all letters hang upon the cross, and since letters form words, therefore we see "living words" (just as the code says at top) bursting forth from the fountain of life. Jesus said that His words were spirit and life, and that the Holy Spirit would be in the believers like a " fountain springing up to eternal life". Here, this spring up is contrasted with the springing up of the fountains at the flood that brought death. The same fountain that brought Jesus death brought us life, lifting us up with and in Him, the ark of mercy!


The Letter Ayin: Two Great Drops/Fountains of Blood

Also, two great drops of blood fall like water upon the ground from the crucified "Mem" that are in the shape of the letter "Ayin". An Ayin was shaped like a eye in ancient pictograms, but which word also means "fountain" in Hebrew. Thus, "the great fountains of the deep", as recorded in the flood account, are breaking open as Christ hangs the "Y"-shaped hook, the letter "Vav". Perhaps the two eyes "Ayins" also represent two eyes, perhaps crying? 

"Oh that my head were waters, and mine eyes a fountain of tears, that I might weep day and night for the slain of the daughter of my people!" (Jer. 9:1)

"And the Lord had sorrow because he had made man on the earth, and grief was in his heart," Gen. 6:6.

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The two fountains overlap and in so doing encircle the word "Mem" ("water") that partly forms the cross. The bible says that "both water and blood" flowed from Jesus side as he hung upon the cross, and day turned to night at midday (John 19:34). His side flowed like a cleansing fountain (Zech. 12:10; 13:1).

Remember that 'the fountain bursting forth from the ground' during the flood can also be viewed as an image of 'the crossing of the Red Sea' when the waters "stood still" while the pillar of cloud passed through. Also recall what the "X" reads, that is, "My Mem", or, "Their sea." The letter "Mem" is thus a personification of Christ. 

The two fountains are read in either direction and say: 

1. "Water (Mem) stood still, the one made to bleed!

2. The one bleeding stood still on account of the blood!"


The Weapon, the Letter "Zayin"

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Also of great importance is the overall shape of the entire image. It is shaped like the ancient Hebrew letter "Zayin" (""), which is the Atbash of the letter "Ayin" (meaning, "fountain") that shapes the Zayin! The Zayin is formed by the springing up of the "fountains of the great deep", (Gen. 7:11). The ancient letter Zayin ("") in earliest times depicted a weapon, likely a knife. Again we have the continuing theme of sacrificial death. Christ dies on the cross as a sacrifice thereby taking upon himself the flood of judgment deserving man --- as explained next.



House of the Rising Ark


In earliest times the letter "Bet" looked like and stood for a house. It was shaped exactly like the ark in our image, "". Even the letters that spell "Ark of (pardon)" (which forms the shape of the ark in the image) has the word "Bet" in it, both forward or backward! (See horizontal line #2.) Thus, the ark in the image is also a house/"Bet" floating up the water/"Mem"!

Genesis-Atbash-2-fountains.jpg (49709 bytes)The word "Ark of..." is found at both the right and left side of the image.   There are not two arks, but just one. They represents two places (actually four) along the arks journey. (The word for "Ark of..." may also read "Arks", referring to its four locations.)

In the following four images we see the ark rising to the top of the waters and then moving from the side of night (on the right) to the side of day (on the left). After that, the waters lower so that the Ark "rests" upon the land. The image allows for all four images because the bible code, as said before, can be viewed upside down, just as the code reads in all directions as well. 

Above the ark(s) are its Atbash that reads, "I will rise up!" The crosses likewise can be viewed upside down so that the "X" (Tav), along with the ark, both move from resting on the land to rising up on the "Y" cross as the ark rises upon the waters. (The bible code throughout also interprets the image.) 

"And the flood was forty days upon the earth; and the waters increased, and bare up the ark, and it was lifted up above the earth," Gen 7:17. (The bible code uses the same Hebrew word for "bare up" that is used here in this verse. The code reads, "I will bare up/lift up", and, as said, is the Atbash of "Ark of...".)

Christ was lifted up on the cross and then three days later rose from the dead. And then, 40 days after that, he rose up to heaven, (Acts 1:3). The resurrection of Christ occurred on the anniversary of when the ark rested upon Mount Ararat (as well as the Red Sea crossing, Ex. 5:3; 14:5), and His ascension to heaven occurred on the anniversary when Noah and his family left the ark. (The anniversary dates are based upon both the traditional and civil new-year dating methods. Scholars are divided over which New Year the dates for the ark are based upon. However, when studying bible numbers always assume that ambiguity is intentional and that the two resulting possibilities are meant to be studied. In other words, both meanings are intended.) 

Therefore, notice in the images that as the Tav ("X") is lifted up on the cross, even so the ark rises upon the waters. Thus, the rising waters that brought death to all those not on the ark are a type of Christ being lifted up on the cross to die, but who brought life to those "in Christ", that is, to those who believe on his name for salvation. 

The word "Christ" is Greek. In Hebrew it means "Messiah". It happens that the first letter in the word "Christ" in the original Greek is spelled with a "X" and is the basis for the word "Christmas" being spelled "Xmas". Scholars often let the first letter "X" replace the full spelling of Christ for that reason. And so, here, in our image, either in Greek or in Hebrew, we see "X" lifted up and "hung" upon the "Y" hook-shaped cross! A "letter" hung upon a "letter" even as the "Bet" rises upon the waters! All this with the massive watery Zayin-shaped letter "" is in the background, a "weapon" of death!

Please notice both the Tav ("X") and the ark ("") as you follow each image down one at a time. The ark rises up in the night (images one and two), but then in the daylight the waters lower until the ark again rests upon land (images three and four). (The right half of the image is in darkness and the left half is in the light as explained later.)


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Atbash Bible Code from Names Code. Image of the Creation and Floood and parting of the Red Sea with the  pillar of fire. Also the cross of Christ.


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Numeric of Matrix/Image



The image contains 126 + 9 = 135 letters. 

The image is numerically complex and contains three separate ways of viewing it numerically.


1.) As Creation Days: 

Genesis-Atbash-names-bible-code-7days.jpg (108830 bytes)Each of the seven horizontal lines represent one day of creation with the extra 8th line only half a line and thus half a day. The code unfolds itself so that the first 9 vertical lines of code are in some form or another simply mirroring the last 9 vertical lines of code. The bible says in Genesis that the day began in the evening. Because each of the 7.5 horizontal lines of code represent a day, therefore the first 9 vertical lines depict the night and the other 9 depict the day. Thus, there are 8 nights and 7 days. The pattern suggests the dawning of a new creation on the morning of the 8th day. The land, therefore, also represents the seventh day when God rested from the previous 6 days of work.


2.) As Years: 

Each horizontal line has 18 letters except for the 8th line that has 9. The sky, therefore, has 36 letters, the sea has 72, and the land has 18, but with half the land repeated to form the partial 8th line. This produces the "Time, times, and a half-a-time" pattern referred to in the books of Daniel and Revelation where the "1260 days" (3.5 years) is broken down into 360 + 720 + 180 days. Thus, each horizontal line of code of 18 letters represents 180 days, or half-a-year.


3.) As Total Days: 

However, because each letter is read at least twice (i.e., it is read in two directions, horizontally and vertically), but with the middle four vertical rows read in three directions, this means that each horizontal line produces 40 Hebrew letters of code when written out in full. 18 horiz. + 18 vert. + 4 horiz. = 40 letters per horizontal row. (This does not include the circles that form the pillar of cloud, nor the left arrows since they only repeat what the right arrows read.) 

The number 40 is used several times in the flood narrative. (For example, it rained 40 days.) The vertical middle section likewise produces 120 letters, 40 x 3. It is also noteworthy that the Hebrew letter "Mem" that figures so largely in this bible code (meaning "water") is also the number "40" in Hebrew.


The Number Three:

There are therefore a total of 300 letters produced by the overlapping of the lines, (40 x 7.5 horizontal lines = 300 letters). And there are 30 lines of code. And the image has three levels/sections vertically and three horizontally. As said in point two, the sky and sea total 108 letters thereby depicting three years, (3 x 360 = 1080.) The average length of each word is also three letters long. Each horizontal line of code is 18 letters long, divided into night and day with nine letters each, or 3 x 3 letters. The lower circles that form the pillar have 30 circles. And there are three methods of viewing the numeric of the image. 

Atbash Bible Code from Names Code. Image of the Creation and Floood and parting of the Red Sea with the  pillar of fire. Also the cross of Christ.The number three in the bible is the number of completion and resurrection, which is also a major theme of this bible code itself. The creation account in the book of Genesis also follows this pattern. The first three days of creation were for forming, the last three were for filling, and the seventh was for rest. Moreover, Noah's ark had three levels to it and was 300 cubits wide and 30 cubits high (Gen. 6:15-16). These are the very two dimensions visible in our image since the width of the ark at 50 cubits is not visible from the viewpoint of the image. The ark in our image is also made up of three letters. Noah also had three sons and their three wives:

"And the rain was upon the earth forty days and forty nights. In the selfsame day entered Noah, and Shem, and Ham, and Japheth, the sons of Noah, and Noah's wife, and the three wives of his sons with them, into the ark," Gen. 7:12-13.

Jesus rose from the dead on the morning of the 8th/1st day of the week after being in the grave three days.




There is much more to this Atbash! 

See Atbash of Names from Adam to Judah!

The original nine letters and its Atbash 
also continue in the acrostic all the way from Adam to Judah
This is also true of the zigzag pattern as described in #15.




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just to bring out the idea of a pillar of fire
that looks like an atomic bomb.

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Acrostic bible code of Adam to Abraham


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