2012 DATES ENCODED IN TORAH
The Mayan Calendar's End (Dec. 21, 2012) Is Not Included; Three dates in 2012 matched with events.
Over the nearly 15 years now that I have been involved with Torah Code research it has become abundantly obvious that full dates (day, month and year) are basically not to be found at an ELS except in the rarest of occasions. In fact, at a single ELS, I don’t recall ever finding a date on a matrix with more than the year until James Holmes massacred so many people at a Batman movie in Aurora, Colorado on July 20, 2012. A less spectacular matrix also exists to describe how Tropical Storm Isaac delayed the start of the Republican Convention in Tampa on a date predicted: August 27, 2012. There is also a matrix that nails the meeting between Romney and Netanyahu to July 29, 2012.
The experiment summed up below illustrates just how rare specific dates are with the focus on the 2012 (5772 to 5773 on the Hebrew calendar). You may be wondering why so many dates came for up one month – Av. While I’m tempted to say that this is because this month has been so dreadfully important to the Jewish people in terms of loss of both Temples, the Inquisition, and the Holocaust; the reality is likely to be that Av is much easier to find in sequence with the year 5772 or 5773 simply because Av only requires 2 common letters (alef and bet).
How were dates sought in this experiment? Starting with January 2012, I only searched for the month and full year at an ELS using CodeFinder software. Where I found the month and year at an ELS, I visually inspected the ELS on screen to see if the letter or two letters before the month corresponded to a date (like 1 to 30). If I found only a month in sequence with the 5-letter year (5772 = hey tav shin ayin bet; 5773 = hey tav shin ayin gimel), then this is indicated on the chart with yellow highlighting. If I could find no ELS of a month and year, this is indicated with a blue highlighted background. In a few cases I could find a day, month and year but only when I allowed the computer to make more than one pass (a wrapped search) through the 304,805 letters of Torah. These dates are indicated with a tan background. The dates shown with white background (all in the month of Av) did not require more than 1 computer pass through Torah to locate.
|MONTH||YEAR||HEBREW DATE||WESTERN DATE||SKIP||WRAPPED?|
|AV||5772||5||24 JUL 2012||181||NO|
|AV||5772||10||29 JUL 2012||262||NO|
|AV||5772||1||20 JUL 2012||-297||NO|
|AV||5772||6||25 JUL 2012||-572||NO|
|AV||5772||5||24 JUL 2012||4008||NO|
|AV||5772||4||23 JUL 2012||-4184||NO|
|AV||5772||5||24 JUL 2012||5003||NO|
|AV||5772||5||24 JUL 2012||-5924||NO|
|AV||5772||5||24 JUL 2012||6805||NO|
|AV||5772||6||25 JUL 2012||8474||NO|
|AV||5772||4||23 JUL 2012||-13021||NO|
|AV||5772||1||20 JUL 2012||-15193||NO|
|AV||5772||10||29 JUL 2012||-16087||NO|
|AV||5772||10||29 JUL 2012||19502||YES|
|AV||5772||6||25 JUL 2012||-21937||NO|
|AV||5772||5||24 JUL 2012||-22473||NO|
|AV||5772||10||29 JUL 2012||-23763||NO|
|AV||5772||5||24 JUL 2012||-28118||NO|
|AV||5772||10||29 JUL 2012||29297||NO|
|AV||5772||6||25 JUL 2012||-29350||NO|
|AV||5772||6||25 JUL 2012||-31639||NO|
|AV||5772||5||24 JUL 2012||36675||YES|
|AV||5772||10||29 JUL 2012||-38732||NO|
|AV||5772||9||28 JUL 2012||46857||YES|
|AV||5772||9||28 JUL 2012||-50873||YES|
|AV||5772||9||28 JUL 2012||-89943||YES|
|AV||5772||9||28 JUL 2012||-106584||YES|
|AV||5772||9||28 JUL 2012||-111039||YES|
|ELUL||5772||9||27 AUG 2012||80962||YES|
|ELUL||5772||6||24 AUG 2012||-114115||YES|
One final word about the month of Av. There were 40 ELS hits for the month and year (5772) in unwrapped Torah, but 236 in wrapped Torah. For the 40 in wrapped Torah, I switched to the wrapped mode to see if there was a meaningful date before the ELS. If I found one, it’s indicated in tan. I also checked one specific date in the month of Av (the 9th of Av) at all wrapped skips possible. This is because the 9th of Av, a day of fasting, is the date associated with the loss of both Temples and the greatest horrors for the Jewish people. It is also the date that has been associated with the birth of the Messiah. There were 5 ELS hits for the 9th of Av, 5772. Is this expected? No. There are 304,805 letters in Torah, but only 1,804 of them are the letter tet (which means 9). The letter thus comprises about 0.59185% of Torah. When this percent is applied to the 236 hits for 9 Av 5772, the expected frequency would be about 1.4 hits. Therefore the ELS occurs about 3.5 times more than expected. The table above represents an interesting place to start searching for events. However, again, it is my experience that the Code is not constructed to be used as a means of providing predictions that are date specific. While I did not show all the dates possible with a wrapped search for the month of Av (July 20, 2012 to August 18, 2012), the only dates found are between July 20, 2012 (in the month of Av) and August 27, 2012 (in the month of Elul). One last caveat. In Codes research often the matrices shown involve an abbreviated version of the year. Thus instead of reading 5772 or 5773, what is sought or shown is only 772 or 773. The chart above does not yet include such abbreviations which are obviously easier to find, however I check for the long and short versions of December 21, 2012. This date, associated with the end of the Mayan calendar (and the end of the world) is not encoded. What is encoded is atomic holocaust at the same skip as Obama.