Bible- Code Prophecy

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

Prophecy concerning, "Mystery Babylon!"


(Part 6 of 6 parts)

Mene, mene, tekel, uparsin: 
The banner-pole picture bible code


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Two lines of bible code weave along the pole from bottom to top,  and then coil around the banner/flag..The first letter "Lamed" can optionally be left out.

The Second Part of the 
Banner-Pole Bible Code Continued

(Part 6 of 6 parts)


The second part of bible code reads:

"More than a piece (or, 'a pole'), he cut off; 

she was severed in two! 

Concerning her, wrath is pent-up from God; 

They put God to the test!

Yet, God will test them, O' banner-pole of Thomas,

to test them indeed, O' great tree!


The second part of the bible code is written so as to interweave with the first part. The two lines of code are each at an ELS of 6 letters, but 3 letters apart, (as is the top of the banner also), so that the two lines form one pole weaved together. (Study the green and yellow circles weaved together in the pole on the left if unclear of what is being said. Also, see the Hebrew text at bottom of this document.)

The words, "more than a 'piece'" is a play on words for 'pole,' since this Hebrew word can mean that too. (This is a different Hebrew word than the one for 'banner-pole.') 

The writing on the wall (as interpreted by Daniel), foretold that Babylon was to be divided: 

"PERES; thy kingdom is divided, and given to the Medes and Persians." 
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Thus, compare the appropriateness of the words of the bible code: 

"More than a piece (or, 'a pole'), he cut off; she (Babylon) was severed in two!"


 A 'hand' in the bible code (of and by itself) causes the pole to be severed exactly in half!The phrase, "Concerning her, wrath is pent-up from God," also contains two plays on words: 

1) "Pent up" is the same word as "shut up," in the Hebrew. As Babylon was shut up by the Persians, and as the message on the wall was "shut up" so that they could not read it, and as the bible codes are "shut up" too, even so, God's wrath was and is shut up, ready to explode against mystery Babylon. 

2) "Wrath is pent-up..." In the bible, the word for wrath, here, is nose. When one is angry, the nose flares up, and thus the word became a simile for anger. And since the word, "pent up" properly means: "blocked up," thus, the line may read: "The nose is stuffed up against her!" (I.e., like a volcano!)

This second half of the banner-pole bible code ends off like the first half did. As it begins its coiling around the top of the banner, it again links the message abut Babylon directly to Jesus Christ. It starts off by speaking to ancient Babylon, but ends off by (especially) speaking to us in the present. 


They put God to the test!

Yet, God will test them, O' banner-pole of Thomas,

to test them indeed, O' great tree!


In Daniel's day, the Babylonians tested the Lord's patience with their willful arrogance and blasphemies, therefore, the writing on the wall (i.e., "the banner") comes to test the Babylonians. They fell short---they failed the test---they could not read, nor interpret the riddle on the wall.

The last word, "O' great-tree," can be left out, but it aids us in the interpretation if we leave it in.

'The great tree' is also symbolic of the Babylonian kingdom. Read the vision that Nebuchadnezzar had of the tall tree that reached heaven, but was cut down (i.e., the chapter before the 'writing on the wall,' Daniel 4). After that, read the bible code again! Recall that this vision symbolized the very thing that Belshazzar was rebuked for by Daniel---namely, that Belshazzar did not heed the warning about the tall tree that was cut down, (Daniel 5:18). This time, however, both king and kingdom was to be cut down! (Cf., Luke 13:19.)


Just the pole alone reads: (ELS -6]: "Concerning your beauty, it is being searched out by him. On account of its height, he will measure it; More than a piece, he cut off; she was severed in two! For her, wrath is pent-up!"But the question today is: 'Are you like Belshazzar, putting God to the test by your refusal to heed the warning of the bible code, or are you like Thomas? This bible codes is testing you to see whether you will temp God by your stubbornness. On the other hand, if you are bowing to the Lord Jesus Christ, of whom this bible code is about, then the banner is your banner, and you are the Thomas about whom the code speaks. And if you call upon the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, and believe on Him for you salvation, and claim Jesus Christ as your own, then this banner pole is your banner pole, (for the banner-pole is the cross of Jesus). (It is by faith that you are saved, not of works; it is the gift of God, Eph. 2:8). So, pick up your banner, and follow Him! 

"If thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved," (Rom. 10:9).


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