Photo of U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland,
Tuesday, November 27, 2007, the Annapolis Summit took place in Annapolis, Maryland, U.S. Prior to the Summit, BCD ran three searches each on two spellings (A and B) of the name Annapolis, and we sent them to Nathan Jacobi, Ph.D., for parsing and translation. The following is the longest code found out of the six searches.
Render the United Nations Bound
Just the presence of Allah, the United Nations, and the name Annapolis in a single code is more than intriguing, and is highly improbable. In addition, the possible general reference to the poor (the Palestinians) in the same code, which comes from a Muslim point of view, is striking.
Then, when Jacobi suggested that we search for other relevant terms (such as Olmert, Abu-Mazen, George Bush, and U.S. President) to see if any of those search terms pass closely by the Annapolis terms, the term that passed most closely by was one of the George Bush terms. It appeared just one verse away from the Annapolis B-1 code. So, we sent the findings to Jacobi for parsing and translation. Indeed, there was a pungent ELS.
Puncture the Halo
Note: Wrapped letters are when the text is treated like a cylinder: the beginning is connected to the end, and ELSs can continue around the cylinder indefinitely.
Generally halos are reserved for saints and angels. Is this code calling someone or some entity to shoot down anything that might be considered saintly about George Bush, or is the reference to a halo tongue in cheek?
Furthermore, there is a saying, "Politics makes strange bedfellows." Most likely, the bed referred to in this code could be the bed of politics.
The last letter in the name George Bush, () the shin, passes through Judges 15:14, just one verse away from the longest Annapolis code (B-1), which passes through Judges 15:13. Of note is the context of Judges 15, Samson defeating the Philistines. Here are verses 13 and 14.
So they spoke to him, saying, "No, but we will tie you securely and deliver you into their hand; but we will surely not kill you." And they bound him with two new ropes and brought him up from the rock.
When he came to Lehi, the Philistines came shouting against him. Then the Spirit of the LORD came mightily upon him; and the ropes that were on his arms became like flax that is burned with fire, and his bonds broke loose from his hands. (NKJV)
The portion of Scripture that these two codes pass through would appear to be a call for Israel to stand against its foes, and to expect when doing so that the power of the Lord would come mightily upon them.
Power Is Observing You
This is the second longest Annapolis code. Jacobi commented that this code could be a call for a change in leadership. We also found ourselves asking the question, "who is the power?"
With God on My Side
As we have often noted before, codes have various viewpoints. This code could be a call for God to intervene on Israel's behalf during the summit, or it could be from an Arab point of view.
The Annapolis Codes Table
The following is a complete table of the findings as noted in this article.
Whether our understanding of these codes grows with time, and whether Annapolis was a pivotal turning point or not in history, may not come to light for some time, but Economist.com had some interesting things to say in their article posted the day after the Summit.
Here are just a few of the comments from the article, Not-so-great Expectations.
The event's greatest success was the guest list: the Israeli, Palestinian and American leaders had a supporting chorus of some 40 foreign ministers, most from Islamic states . . .
Sceptics may yet conclude that Annapolis has done little to bolster the leaders on either side . . .
By agreeing to return to final-status negotiations the two sides are engaging in something last attempted seven years ago . . .
Enjoy finding your own Bible codes.
Bible code search software is available in our online store.
By signing up to be a member of The Isaac Newton Bible Research Society, you will have access to more than fifteen years of research by our team of Bible code researchers.
Sign up to be a member today.
Bombshell examines two massive, recently discovered clusters of codes in the Hebrew Old Testament. To read more about Bombshell, click here, or click below to order from Amazon today!