People Foretold in Alphabetics Word-Number
- Tools for looking up names, numbers
The following is
but a small sampling of the studies that have been done on specific names, both scriptural and
contemporary. These can give you an idea of how to go about looking up your own name and
the numbers associate with you.
|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.
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.
|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.
|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.
|First, Last, Middle and Messiah's
Mission and Identity|
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").
On the next page is the definition, "one who is named."
Tesla in Alphabetics Bible Code - A look at the years
of Tesla's death and birth, as well as the room number in the New
Yorker where he passed away, reveals some fascinating commentary on
this phenomenal inventor whose work is still being brought into
fruition to transform our world -- again. (GreaterThings; Feb.
16, 2010) (Comment)||
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Page last updated on February 16, 2010