PRESIDENT NOT THE MESSIAH
Only the Messiah can bring lasting peace to the Middle East, and to the world. This is not only Jewish doctrine, but even Christians who claim that the Nazarene was the Messiah often to point to Isaiah 9:6 which mention a Prince of Peace. While the rest of Isaiah 9:6 is translated very differently by Jews (who have part of the name as “God is Mighty”), and Christians (who have part of the name of the child predicted to be born as “The Mighty God”), the axis term sought on this matrix was NOT THE MESSIAH.
Two a-priori requirements for the matrix were mention of either Obama by name, or President, and NETANYAHU only at skip +1. At the third lowest ELS of NOT THE MESSIAH which starts with the letter alef, we find that the same letter alef is the last letter of the open text word for Prince, which is identical with the word used in Modern Hebrew for PRESIDENT. It takes only 32 letters to show PRESIDENT and NOT THE MESSIAH. But, as Netanyahu is meeting with President Obama for the opening of peace talks with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, I sought a matrix that also had NETANYAHU on it. On the 144-letter matrix shown, NETANYAHU is there are skip +1, the skip sought.
STATISTICAL VALUE OF THE MATRIX. Obama does not occur at skip +1 in the Torah. PRESIDENT occurs 68 times at skip +1. There was about 1 chance in 46 that PRESIDENT at skip +1 could be found in 32 letters with NOT THE MESSIAH. NETANYAHU occurs 16 times in Torah at skip +1. For the larger matrix, there was about one chance in 1,400 that both PRESIDENT and NETANYAHU at skip +1 could be found in 144 letters with NOT THE MESSIAH.
This matrix is significant. It would have to grow to 572 letters to include Abbas. However, even without him on the matrix, and even without any matrix at all, it is obvious that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas neither speaks for, nor does he have ability to control Hamas, the terrorist organization that gunned down and killed four Israelis on the day before these peace talks began, and which shot two more Israelis on the first day of the talks.