MICHELE BACHMANN FOR PRESIDENT?
Congresswoman Michele Bachmann for President.
When my first choice for President in 2012 (Mike Huckabee) decided not run, I began to look at other candidates in the Torah Code. Of those who remained, Governor Romney had the best encoding (in 17 letters) with President, against odds of 1,379 to 1. In checking for how Michele Bachmann does in the Code with PRESIDENT, it takes 144 letters to show MICHELE BACHMANN at its minimum ELS and PRESIDENT at skip +1. Odds against a match this good were 31 to 1. That was the 4th best match. Of note, she has rarely climbed above 4th place in any of the poles as of October 23, 2011.
Hello Allen. Yes, you are right that there are two letters NNs on the back of her name. But does this make a difference in Hebrew? The answer is no. Why?
(1) Double consonants are almost never uses in Hebrew names. An exception is Issachar.
(2) I take the transliteration when available from two sources: Wikipedia Hebrew and the Israeli newspaper HaAretz. Wikipedia on Bachmann's page offers a transliteration for her name exactly as shown on the Hebrew in the matrix on this page.
(3) The transliteration used for Michelle Bachmann has 8 letters. As I discuss in Talmud & Names, that's the most common limit of what we find at an ELS for names in the Code. There is no ELS for her name if we add the extra letter nun. Non-Hebrew names are not transliterated into Hebrew on a letter for letter basis. For example, on my Israeli A-1 visa my last name ROFFMAN was spelled RESH VAV FEH MEN NUN (5 letters). Some people in my family have used only 4 letters (RESH FEH MEN NUN), eliminating the vowel vav. I hope this helps.