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This discovery was made on Nov. 11, 1999, which is kind of cute in that this date represented numerically is 11111999.

The binary code is represented by 0's and 1's.

ASCII Code from Binary Numbers
64 32 16 8 4 2 1 sum character
1 0 0 1 0 1 0 74 J
1 1 0 0 1 0 1 101 e
1 1 1 0 0 1 1 115 s
1 1 1 0 1 0 1 117 u
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The largest sum using this method is 127 in which all the positions are 1:   1111111.   In the world of computer programming, 127 is related to the "maximum" position.

On page 127 of Zodhiates' NT lexicon is word number 254.   The number 127 is half of 254.  Notice that the binary code decreases in increments of one half from left to right.  32 is half of 64.  16 is half of 32.

The last word on page 127 is word 255: "unprofitable," with synonym 888 "unprofitable" and antonym 5624 "profitable, useful."  888 is the numeric sum of the letters that spell Jesus in Greek.  5624 is the very last word in the New Testament lexicon.

Also on the page is word 249 with synonym 801.  See Mormons and 801.

Word 127 in the Greek NT lexicon comes right after the word for "eternal, without beginning or end" (126, aidios [adios]), and before the word for "blood" (129), as in "flesh and blood" or corporeal.

This word 127 itself has an interesting definition:

127 aidos Modesty, an innate moral repugnance to a dishonorable act or fashion. It implies reverence for the good as good, not merely as that to which honor and reputation are attached.

In other words, it is not relativism but absolutism: 127.

The first entry on page 127 of the LDS topical guide, spilling over from the previous page, is "Everlasting," followed by "every."

One of the words on page 127 in Gesenius' OT lexicon is 1130 [November 30]

1130 $$%<0" ben-hadad "son," i.e. "worshipper of Hadad," or Adodus, the greatest deity of the Syrians.

"Hey, Dad, look, it's me, your son!"

The last word Gesenius lists on page 127 means "to build, to erect; restore, rebuild" (1129); which might be compared to the process of the binary code being the building blocks for today's society, which has become so dependant on the computer.   It also calls to mind the Messianic/prophetic injunction to "build and to plant" after the "tearing down and rooting out."

Word 127 in the Old Testament lexicon means, "earth, the ground, land, region, country."  This is significant on several counts.  First, in the Jewish tradition, land is everything so far as the covenant made to Abraham is concerned.   It is a centerpiece of their belief of a Messianic kingdom coming to earth.   So having this be word 127 as representing a sort of pinnacle is very appropriate.   As is the corollary word on page 127 of Zodhiates' NT lexicon which means "sea" (251, 252).

The Hebrew spelling of word 127 in the OT lexicon also contains profound insight.   'Adamah (%/$!) begins with the word "Adam," which stands both for "everyman" [127] and for Adam-Michael-God.  The suffix is the letter heh (%), which is a feminine ending for a word, and as a letter represents the female-dominant attributes of kindness, gentleness, intuition, sensitivity.  Hence the idea of "Eve," which stands for "everywoman" [127] is also included in the word, as well as an allusion to her role in stewardship over the earth, "mother earth," or "mother nature."  See the write-up on God the Father and Mother in Alphabetics Bible Code.

On page 127 of Strong's Concordance are the word topics, "between" and "betwixt," which is a yin/yang correlate of the idea of "first" and "last."  The word "beyond" is also found on the page.

In the Appendix of Strong's Concordance is a "Hebrew and Chaldee Dictionary" as well as a "Greek Dictionary of the New Testament."  The Hebrew and Chaldee Dictionary of the Old Testament ends with a full page 126, which in essence makes the beginning of page 127 the absolute end.


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