Lengthy Mel Gibson Codes Presage DUI Incident |
The May 2004 issue of Bible Code Digest (BCD) featured an article describing a 147-letter-long code about Mel Gibson. This astonishing code portrayed him as being guilty of something and of being "rotten." Interwoven codes further described him as hurrying and insulting from a "record" (a DUI charge?). They also alluded to someone fixing the story, or not telling it right.
Two years ago, the orthodox Jewish translator of this code, Moshe Aharon Shak, interpreted some elements of the code as references to the making of the film The Passion of the Christ. We published his account, even though we begged to differ with his interpretations, because the code was the longest one discovered to date at that time. Furthermore, the code was interlaced with a 110-letter-long code, running the opposite direction. And Shak found two 44-letter-long codes and a 27-letter-long code, at multiples of the skip of the original code. This collection of five codes was so long and so tightly interlaced that it had to be intentionally encoded. It deserved full disclosure in spite of its troublesome content.
In the May 2004 BCD issue, Shak's article was prefaced by BCD editors with suggestions that the codes could have referred to events earlier in Gibson's life, when he was, by his own admission, a "rotten" person. After Gibson's DUI incident hit the news, however, the content of this code seems predictive of that event, over two years prior to its occurrence. While the references in the code are certainly open to a wide variety of interpretations, many elements of it seem eerily prophetic of Gibson's debacle.
Here are some key excerpts from the code discoveries, with possible interpretations in brackets:
Comes an honest, wholehearted person to Gibson: "Guilty one!" [Police charge him.]
Hashem: "Mel is rotten." [Hashem is a Hebrew name for God, which means The Name.]
He insulted from a record. Ah, you are in a heap of ruins. [Gibson allegedly uttered anti-Semitic and sexist insults to the arresting officer after being apprehended for speeding and DUI. News of this has brought Gibson's reputation and future into jeopardy. The code implies that Gibson's ruin will be the direct result of the insults he made.]
The one who fixed outside, tell it right! [The initial police report did not disclose the nature of Gibson's behavior nor his comments.]
Mel hurried a thorn that lived and therefore a thick forest died. [Speeding? Gibson was doing 87 in a 45 zone. His remarks, a thorn, received widespread press, causing a forest to die to supply the newsprint.]
And the wicked person: "Let us cut out the 60 (true parts – leave in the wrong part); let us become (pretend that we are) naïve." [Could this refer to the policeman who tried to cover up what happened when Gibson was apprehended?]
I was a suckling to the version. Here I will stir to loathe. [The version could be the anti-Semitic point of view. Mel Gibson learned this point of view from his father. It is unclear whether loathe refers to the way that anti-Semitic people loathe Jews or to whether Mel Gibson is loathing the views of his father.] Deceive! Can you understand that God the supreme will hit? This is from the One God, to them. [Here the one speaking appears to shift from a person to God Himself.]
Further interpretations are certainly possible for the above, as well as the remaining parts of the five codes. For example, the Hebrew word for "drink" appears within the longest code, if one of the spaces between letters is shifted. Shak's translation of the five interlaced codes appears in the May 2004 article, and the codes are recapped below.
Most Bible codes are prophetic fragments. Their general language and uncertainty as to context (e.g., who is speaking and which nearby codes are related) render such codes unreliable as the basis for making predictions. Typically, after an event has occurred, however, it is easy to observe numerous possible references to that event within a group of codes.
Recap of Shak's Translation of the
Five Lengthy Mel Gibson Codes
147-Letter-Long Code (Skip = 3,806)
The ones that made me, the mob, was blackened by me (one hundred are his Gods). The one who fixed outside, tell it right! Please cut off 60! Comes an honest, a wholehearted person to Gibson: "Guilty one! Are the nation and God a joke? Does a heap of ruins a place to permanently place water? No!" (That is) His line! It is their anger! The story of creation the guilty one will negate! He placed permanently, and he insulted from a record. Ah, you are in a heap of ruins. It is a beautiful hotel that is a heap of ruins (that is Kosher). Hashem: "Mel is rotten." It has to be said, "God is one." My God! Hashem is the one that kills. He killed; or, another interpretation: "because Hashem is God."
110-Letter-Long Code (Skip = -3,806, the opposite direction of 146-letter-long code)
"Hashem! But the ruins of His anger you are." A plain person: "What? Hey, there is not one God. I have 100." Mel hurried a thorn that lived and therefore a thick forest died. Aha, a man of cheatings! Established a negative thing. Booty, present, he loved. Where from? From a different interpretation! Was it a nail? A hundred? God – who died? It is a cement as a savior to the United Nations. Seventy owe. Well, will an old wise man wrap up the Bible? Come . . .
Note: Seventy is a Biblical reference to the number of non-Jewish nations.
44-Letter-Long Code (Skip = 7,612, double that of the longest code)
For me the 60 is convenient. I was a suckling to the version. Here I will stir to loathe. Deceive! Can you understand that God the supreme will hit? This is from the One God, to them.
Note: According to Jewish law, one part of 60 does not contaminate the bulk. The implication here is that the whole is contaminated (all 60 parts).
44-Letter-Long Code (Skip = 11,418, triple that of the longest code)
"To riches he comes as very excited. He has cynics." (It is) my mouth. "(Mel's cynics) entertained at God's (expense)." Who? The seventy (non-Jewish Biblical nations of the world) in that way. Mel is fear. Also a heap of ruins.
27-Letter-Long Code (Skip = -11,418, triple that of the longest code, and in the opposite direction)
A story that in his mother, the man of God. And the wicked person: "Let us cut out the 60 (true parts – leave in the wrong part); let us pretend that we are naïve."
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