Years, Dates, Events in Alphabetics Word-Number
Hotel Address Prophesies of Global BEM
Landmark Conference - The street address (and phone number) of
the hotel where the landmark Global Breakthrough Energy Movement
conference was held actually describes the event and its significance,
including phrases like: "imparting wisdom",
"child-birth" (bringing forth new earth), "night
wind" (had 75 mph storm). (PESN; October 14, 2013)||
in Alphabetics Bible Code - "The words and numbers
corresponding to 2012 and 1221 in the Old and New Testament Hebrew and
Greek lexicons as well as the English dictionary tie into the idea of
a great transformation to take place." Too much spare time on
your hands, Sterling? Not hardly. (GreaterThings; Feb. 15,
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)||
|'Peace and Safety'
Speech to UN by President Bush, Sept. 2002, Fulfills Prophecy - 2726-word speech
portends sudden destruction, rather than peace. |
Words 2000 through 2020 in New Testament Greek, and their probable parallels to coming
years -- a prophecy of the future? (4pp.)
|Flight 587 in Alphabetics
code -- prophetic commentary on Queens crash - Phrases include: 'to travel abroad,' 'to leap
as a horse,' 'to lift up,' 'burning,' 'ambush,' 'to enter into a house'|
|Christmas Paganism and
Peace 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.
|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.
|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.
|Year 2000 A.D.
"Dangerous; Near to Falling" with Retrospect Comment |
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). How will we respond to the
challenges that will face us. With Y2K, we could say, 'well done,' but that is not the
only predicament that faces us in this coming year.
2000 Synonyms and Antonyms in the NT Greek|
Word 2000 means "near to falling." Its antonyms mean "steadfast," and
link to such concepts as alpha & omega, Messiah, and the Book of
Mormon; but don't reflect positively on the mainstream of people who claim to adhere to that
|Words 1770 - 1792
in Greek and the years surrounding the Birth of the United States of
Words 1770-1792 listed alphabetically (standard numbering by
James Strong) in the New Testament lexicon portray nearly a one-to-one correlation with the
years by that number and the founding of the United States of America, depicting especially 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.
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.
|Salt Lake City Olympics
2002 in Alphabetics Code|
On pages 385 (pending Utah telephone area code) of Zodhiates' New Testament
lexicon and Webster's '71 English dictionary are the words 'gumnasio' and 'gumnasion'
|May 5, 2000 Planetary
Alignment Foretold in Alphabetics|
"celestial, harmonics, foretold, darkness, smoke,
blackness, tempest, gloom, chaff, tares, winnowing, smoke which lifts itself up in dense volume,
mother earth, changes." <en Espaρol>
Years of my life in parallel to words 1993 through 1998 of
the New Testament Greek Lexicon
Index created by SDA
Last updated October 14, 2013