BLACK WIDOW TERRORIST THREAT AT SOCHI
The threat is encoded, but the interpretation is not as certain. (Updated 2/6/2014)
As the 2014 Olympic games at Sochi, Russia approach there are many warnings that the so called “Black Widow” Muslim terrorist women will strike there as suicide bombers. A quick search in the wrapped Torah Code found the following: a 10-letter axis term of BLACK WIDOW. Crossing it in the open text is SHALL SURELY BE PUT TO DEATH, BOTH OF THEM CORRUPTION THEY HAVE MADE, THEIR BLOOD SHALL BE UPON THEM. Also crossing the axis term is OUR HANDS HAVE NOT SHED THIS BLOOD. At an ELS is a word meaning TERROR sharing a letter hey with WIDOW. There is also a very short transliteration for SOCHI, and it shares a letter samech with ISLAM. The smaller matrix shown next to the four women pictured has the groups more formal name SHADHIDKA from the Russian SHADHID. The appearance of this name in a 156-letter box with BLACK WIDOW (the box with SHADHID only requires only 108 letters) lends support to the idea that this is the correct meaning of this ELS.
The Code has blood all around the Black Widows, but trying to distinguish their general history from the specific threat at Sochi is not easy. Some of their history is as follows:
- Khava Barayeva is the first known 'Black Widow' who blew herself up at a Russian Army base in Chechnya in June 2000.
- Medna Bayrokova, a resident of Grozny, said that she remembers the day a middle aged woman came to her front door asking to speak to her 26-year old daughter, Zareta Bayrokova who was a tuberculosis patient. Medna Bayrokova let the woman in. Her daughter then spent an hour in her bedroom with the woman, before leaving the house. Zareta Bayrokova died in the Dubrovka Theater in 2002.
- In May 2003, Shakhida Baimuratova, a Black Widow suicide bomber killed 16 people and wounded 150 in an assassination attempt on then Moscow-appointed Chechen president Akhmad Kadyrov at a crowded Muslim festival in Ilishkan Yurt. A second woman bomber was also present but killed only herself.
- On 5 June 2003, a woman detonated the bomb in a bus carrying Russian Air Force pilots in North Ossetia, killing herself and 20 others and wounding 14.
- On 5 July 2003, two suicide bombers killed 16 people and injured six others at a rock concert at Tushino Airfield in Moscow.
- In December 2003, a male and female suicide bomber killed 46 people and injured 100 others by detonating explosives on a packed commuter train, which had just left Yessentuki in Southern Russia. The woman is believed to have carried explosives in a bag, whereas the man had grenades strapped to his leg.
- On 9 December 2003, a bomb exploded outside the Hotel National, Moscow just a few hundred metres from the Moscow Kremlin. It is thought that the target was the State Duma building and that the bomb had detonated prematurely. Six people died and 13 were injured in the blast. The suicide bomber was later identified as Khadishat Mangeriyeva.
- On 6 February 2004, Georgi Trofimov, a Russian bomb disposal officer, was killed as he tried to defuse a device at a Moscow cafe. The failed bomber, ethnic Ingush Zarema Muzhakhoyeva, was sentenced to 20 years of imprisonment for terrorism in April 2004. In 2005, she participated in the trial of the Beslan hostage crisis terrorist Nur-Pashi Kulayev as a witness for the prosecution, but she withdrew all her statements about Kulayev that she made in pre-trial depositions and said she didn't know he was a militant.
- Two Russian passenger aircraft disasters in 2004 are believed to have been the work of the Black Widows. The smaller of the planes, a TU-134 which crashed near Tula had been carrying a Chechen woman called Amanta Nagayeva who had bought her ticket just an hour before the flight took off. The larger plane exploded near the city of Rostov killing 46 people. Among the wreckage, investigators found traces of hexogen, a powerful explosive. Another Chechen woman, Satsita Djerbikhanova was also a last-minute passenger on this flight.
- On 1 September 2004, two Chechen women, Roza Nagayeva and Mairam Taburova, were involved in the attack on a Russian, North-Ossetian school (the Beslan school hostage crisis). The attack which killed 334 civilians, including 186 children, was masterminded by Shamil Basayev.
- On 29 March 2010, nearly 40 people were killed and another 100 injured when two suicide bombers detonated explosives at two stations of the Moscow subway, the Park Kultury metro station and at the Lubyanka station. The attacks were linked to shahidkas by the Russian Government, although an investigation has yet to be undertaken. One of the perpetrators was Dagestani-born Dzhennet Abdurakhmanova (1992-2010), the widow of 30-year-old Umalat Magomedov who was killed by Russian forces on 31 December 2009.
- On 24 January 2011, 35 were killed and 180 wounded in Domodedovo, Russia's busiest airport. Although the identity of those responsible for carrying out the attacks has not been officially confirmed, initial reports suggested that at least one Black Widow was involved, likely accompanied by a man.
- On 7 March 2012, a widow of a militant killed on 10-11 February 2012 near a village, Karabudakhkent, 40km (24 miles) south of Dagestan capital Makhachkala killed herself and five police officers and wounded two others in Karabudakhkent.
- On 28 August 2012, Sufi leader Said Afandi and six other people were killed in a suicide bomb attack in Dagestan. The attack was allegedly perpetrated by Russian Aminat Kurbanova who had converted to Islam. Her two former spouses were Islamic militants, and her third husband was a militant, too.
- On 25 May 2013, a female suicide bomber, Madina Alieva, blew herself up in Dagestan injuring at least 18. She was the widow of an Islamist who was killed in 2009.
- On 21 October 2013, A female suicide bomber, Naida Asiyalova, exploded a bus carrying 40 people, with 6 people dying in Volgograd.
- On 29 December 2013, a female suicide bomber killed 16 people at a train station in Volgograd.
STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE MATRICES AND INTERPRETATION ISSUES FOR THE MAIN MATRIX AND THE SMALLER ONE. The phrase Shall surely be put to death or shall surely die is an obvious match for suicide bombers. The this group has been involved in many such bombings. Wikipedia indicates that the Commander, Shamil Basayev trained 50 suicide bombers. So the question is will one or two of them succeed in Sochi? The transliteration of Sochi is normally spelled samech vav tsadeh yud, but the vowel vav for the O sound is often left out in Torah, which would then imply a dot (cholem chaser) just above and left of the samech for the O sound in the modern text. These vowels are never written in Torah. There was about one chance in 4.6 that one of the two spellings checked for would be on the 330-letter matrix, but this word only requires 40 letters to show with BLACK WIDOW. There was only about 1 chance in 109 to get one of the two spellings for Sochi this close to BLACK WIDOW.
The expression OUR HANDS HAVE NOT SHED THIS BLOOD an issue. Should we focus on the segment SHED THIS BLOOD that starts at the letter shin of WIDOW, or does the full expression imply that there will be blood at Sochi, but shed by another terrorist group rather than the Black Widows. There are plenty of them with Sochi in their crosshairs - enough that the U.S. State Department is advising Americans not personally competing in the games to stay away. Many of our Athletes are telling their relatives not to come. However, there were 5 (4-letter) synonyms checked for TERROR. That one of them appeared on the full matrix is not statistically significant. THE BLOOD had about one chance in 17 to there. The full expression SHED THE BLOOD was there against odds of about 924 to 1, but it was not found a-priori so it cannot be used for combined odds. ISLAM was significant, being on the full matrix against odds of about 132 to 1.
Overall a-priori terms on the full matrix were judged to exists against odds of about 355,606 to 1. For the smaller matrix shown, the Russan name for the terrorist group SHAHIDKA had about one chance in 25 to be so close to BLACK WIDOW. As for my standard protocol, no significance was assigned to the axis term BLACK WIDOW which appears at its only ELS in wrapped Torah requiring the computer to make more than one pass through the 304,805 letters of Torah. Obviously hind sight is 20-20 vision. We will have to wait to the end of the games to see who wins here - the Russian Government or the terrorists.