New Scripture Code Found in Word-Number Sequences
Modern People, Places, Groups, and Events
Specifically Foretold in the Alphabetical Arrangement of Scriptural Languages
The Lexicon as Prophetic Scripture!
Alphabetics on the Terrorist Attack
Names, numbers of the address for the headquarters of the Mormon Church's
First Presidency, Quorum of Twelve Apostles, other general authorities contain prophetic
Headquarters' Zip Code in the Bible|
LDS Headquarters' zip code = 84150. Direct pertinence of words 4150 in Hebrew and
Greek lexicons. "Place of assembly," "tabernacle,"
"temple," "seat of the prophets," "an appointed sign," "the
vision belongs to a time."
|Area Code 385
-- Utah's New Prefix|
Telephone number calls: 'Awake, awake; put on thy strength, O Zion. Shake
thyself from the dust; loose thyself from the bands of thy neck.' Includes reference to SLC
2002 Winter Olympics.
& 801: As Salt That Has Lost Its Savor|
Looking at the occurrence of 801 in Hebrew & Greek lexicons and at the words
surrounding "Mormon" in Hebrew, Greek and English. Theme of
"foolish" (word 801 Gr.) vs. wise virgins. (17pp.)
|Words around Utah in
Alphabetically: urim, us, U.S.A., usurp, usury [exchangers], Utah,
Ute [gospel taken from Gentiles, given to remnant of Jacob]. (3pp.)
|Words around Provo in
A city set on a hill, and noted for its "seven peaks." Alphabetic
sequence of words before and after Provo: "proud, prove, proverb, providence,
provision, provisional, proviso, Provo, provocation, provoke,
provost, prow, prowess, proxy, prude, prune."
|Salt Lake City Olympics 2002
-- Next Ground Zero? - A wide array of prophetic sources point to the Winter
Olympics in SLC, Utah as being a very likely target of some sort of massive social upheaval,
such as a terrorist attack would produce.|
Paganism and Beauty in Bible Codes|
Looks at the number 359 (day of year) and its connection to Satan, Santa, death,
tree, and Messiah. Discerning ungodly features and embracing the holy.
|Words 1770 -
1792 in Greek and the years surrounding the Birth of the
United States of America|
Words 1770-1792 in the New Testament lexicon correlate with the
years by that number and the founding of the United States of America, the Revolutionary War,
the Declaration of Independence, the Constitutional Convention, and the Founding of the first
Congress; but also includes cogent commentary on current circumstances.
|1820-1830: Joseph Smith
in the New Testament|
Words 1820 - 1830 in the New Testament Greek and their parallel to years by that number
in association with Joseph Smith and
the restoration of the fullness of the gospel.
|1260 Days of Tribulation in
Jerusalem, D.C. and Utah|
Words and pages 1260 describe the period of temporary bondage of the reign of the beast, tying
in to Israel, the U.S., and Utah
Words 2000 through 2020 in New Testament Greek, and their probable parallels to coming
years -- a prophecy of the future?
|Year 2000 A.D.
"Dangerous; Near to Falling"|
Word 2000 in Hebrew & Greek lexicons have parallel meanings, both of which are
relevant to what we as a civilization face in this coming year. "Dangerous, near to
falling" (NT); "wealth; utter destruction" (OT).
|365 and Happy New
Year in Alphabetics Bible Code|
Words and pages numbered 365 in Old and New Testament lexicons and English
dictionary describe ringing in new year, century, millennium with prophetic commentary.
|John D. Lee --
Portrait of a Mormon Scapegoat; Again the Second Time|
"Perhaps the most controversial figure in Mormon history" now
incarnate as a modern spokesman for avoiding violence; and still controversial.
|Alphabetics on 888 (Jesus)
-- and 888 on Alphabetics|
New code provides witness and insight on Christ's first and second comings,
which presentation likewise contains direct validations of the new code.
- The Code the Counts|
Waldo Larson shows number-alphabet correlations that witness of Jesus Christ.
There is a great deal of insight to be gained regarding the 144,000 by looking
up words and pages 144 in scripture-based texts.
Validations by the very word numbering and even the page numbering of a New Testament
Greek lexicon that Jesus is the Christ; that he is both necessary and sufficient.
On page 1480 (a number of "Christ") is featured word 888 (a number of
"Jesus") and word 1157 ("Jesus Christ" in ASCII
code). On the next page is the definition, "one who is named."
|Alphabetics and God
the Father and Mother|
The very first word of the Hebrew Old Testament, listed alphabetically, is Ab
"Father." Ab is spelled aleph, bet and corresponds to the
English word: ALPHABET. This is fitting, as the whole premise of Alphabetics is
that in the alphabetical sequence of scriptural words is a testimony of the work of the
Father in these latter days, revealing who's who and what's what.
|'You' and alpha &
Hebrew, Greek and English spelling of "you" (e.g. aleph, taw in
Hebrew) confirms our godly potential as spiritual offspring of deity.
|Messiah versus Lucifer
expounded in 767|
With A=100, B=101, etc., 'MESSIAH' = 767 = 'LUCIFER.' Scripture words and
pages numbered 767 provide commentary on the contrast between these two.
|Index of Studies on 666
|66 and the
Repeated occurrence of 66 in the Scriptures. 66 books in Bible; 66 chapters in
Isaiah; D&C 1 (preface) given after D&C 66, followed by D&C 133: half-way point
between 1 and 133 is 66.
|Error 404 in New Testament
A webmaster's command on a custom "Error 404" page includes the key
word, "Refresh," with directions of where to redirect the browser. Word
404 in Greek means "To refresh."
WordPerfect character set
Words #5228 in Greek and Hebrew lexicons have parallel definitions and specify the idea
of the "WordPerfect character set 5,228" pointer image.
|pi in the Bible|
Pi / 3 = 1.0471698 . Word 1047 in the Hebrew Old Testament Lexicon (play on
words): "house of pi."
listings are but a portion of what has been discovered thus far, which is but a tiny portion of
what is sure to be an infinite well of knowledge and wisdom. This is an entirely new field
of study at its most elementary beginnings; one which in future generations will be a tool
understood, valued, and used by all. When looking up words in a dictionary, people will also look
at the words around that word and the numbers associate with the word.
-- Sterling D. Allan
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