SHAFIK LOST, BUT THERE WERE MATRICES FOR 2 FATES
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Before Egyptian presidential election results were announced on June 24, 2012, the Egyptian Supreme Court had dissolved the parliament and allowed Ahmed Shafik, the last prime minister to serve under Mubarak, to run for President. On June 22, 2012, at least one Israeli newspaper carried a story that Shafik would be the winner. As such, I looked for his full name and that of his opponent in the Torah Code. I found neither. But I did find SHAFIK WINNER in a 168-letter with EGYPT in the open text. Normally for a matrix that size this is a good match; but EGYPT occurs 365 times in the Torah. It's thus a very high frequency term, with low significance in such a match. In fact, there was about 1 chance in 5 that EGYPT would be on the matrix. When at last the results were announced, SHAFIK LOST. That was also encoded, but this time it took only 88 letters to pair the axis term SHAFIK LOST with EGYPT. This match occurred against odds of about 10 to 1. It was thus somewhat more statistically significant, though the matrix really should be further expanded shown on the smaller matrix was only found a-posteriori. It remains to be seen whether the Egyptian military will allow Mohammed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood to really claim power.