HAIL BRITANNIA! BRITANNIA RULES ITSELF!
The U.K. vote may point the way to a Trump victory in Amerca. This page updated on 6/27/2016.
God Bless Great Britain! God Bless the Queen! Every intelligent American owes a debt of tremendous thanks for the United Kingdom voting to leave the European Union and showing the right way ahead for the United States. May America follow the UK’s example, and vote down the globalization attempts by Obama, Clinton, Kerry and all the other traitors who want the United States to simply disappear in a world without borders. This article will discuss two quick matrices that I found encoded in Torah. Both have BRITANNIA (the United Kingdom) as the axis term. The first one has TO EXIT FROM in the open text on the top line and ANOTHER PEOPLE two lines below it. There is also an ELS of the current Hebrew year, 5776 (2016). The second matrix has REBELLION at the same skip as BRITANNIA, a transliteration of TRUMP parallel to and at half the skip of BRITANNIA, PRESIDENT in the open text, HE TOOK IT OUT in the open text and DAESH (ISIS) at an ELS.
STATISTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE OF FIGURES 1 AND 2. For both matrices the axis term is BRITANNIA but not as close to minimum skip as I would like to see. For Figure 1 the ELS rank was 33. For Figure 2 it was 28. As per my standard protocol, no statistical significance is assigned to the axis term, but the initial combined significance is divided in each case by the ELS rank of the axis term. It should be noted neither the term UNITED KINGDOM nor EUROPEAN UNION is found at an ELS, although BRITANNIA in Hebrew is read as Britannia and it also means the United Kingdom even though it is not two words. Because there is no European Union at an ELS in Torah, I had to look for ANOTHER PEOPLE. As the spreadsheets below indicate, the odds against finding Figure 1 were about 250,830 to 1. On Figure 2 I ran two calculations - one for the 378 letters with a white background, and another for the full 552-letter matrix. With respect to TRUMP, because its letters are shown vertically and parallel to the axis term, it looks like it's a special case skip, but it's not. It would have to be at skips +/- 1 or the absolute skip of the axis term, and here it's only at half that skip with a row skip of 2 required for BRITANNIA in order to see TRUMP. I used the Roffman Skip Formula and Tables to calculate the odds against finding one of two transliterations for TRUMP. The name appeared in the 378-letter white background on Figure 2 against odds of about 58 to 1, but on the larger 552-letter area of the full matrix the odds are altered to about 31 to 1.
The phrase HE TOOK IT OUT was found in the white area of Figure 2 against odds of about 202 to 1, and on the full matrix against odds of about 138 to 1. Did Trump help take the U.K. out of the European Union? Perhaps. While much was made in the past of Trump being unwelcome in England, with 565,000 people signing a petition to ban him due to his anti-Muslim remarks in December, 2015; in fact a majority of people over there apparently agreed with him that it was time to close the floodgates and halt the Muslim takeover of the U.K. London itself disagreed, but with a million Muslims in the capital - it actually elected a Muslim mayor from the vote to withdraw. This likely helped to wake up the rest of the country. Was it an accident that Trump arrived in the U.K. just as the decisive vote was in the final stages of being counted? I doubt it. At any rate, the Author of the Torah Code foresaw what happened.
On the full Figure 2 we see PRESIDENT in the open text against odds of about 8.6 to 1. Perhaps the Encoder was telling us that this vote will help elect Trump. DAESH (ISIS) is found against odds of about 2.4 to 1. The only term at the absolute skip of BRITANNIA is REBELLION, but it is only a 3-letter word, and it is at a special case skip against odds of about 4.6 to 1. Overall, the terms in the white area of Figure 2 were found against odds of about 419 to 1, while the full Figure 2 was found against odds of about 6,139 to 1.
Spreadsheets for Figures 1 and 2.
AXIS TERM BRITANNIA @ Skip -95,979
Axis Term ELS Rank 33
SKIP USED ON FIGURE
|NUMBER IN TORAH||DIVIDE BY 304805 LETTERS IN THE TORAH||THE QUOTIENT EQUALS FREQUENCY PER LETTER||E QUOTIENT X 252 LETTERS EQUALS WORD EXPECTANCY||POISSON EQUATION PROBABILITY FOR THE WORD APPEARING AT LEAST ONCE||EACH WORD OR PHRASE HAS 1 CHANCE IN THE IN THE FOLLOWING OF BEING HERE.|
TO EXIT FROM @ Skip +1 only
|ANOTHER PEOPLE @ Skip +1 only||1||4||304805||1.31231E-05||0.003307032||0.00330157||302.8861883|
|5776/2016 @ Skips -94984 to -96037||-95984||18||304805||5.90541E-05||0.014881646||0.014771461||67.69810962|
|INITIAL COMBINED SIGNIFICANCE/33 = FINAL SIGNIFICANCE||3.98675E-06||250830.7845|
FIGURE 2 - White Background Only
AXIS TERM BRITANNIA @ Skip 80,366
Axis Term ELS Rank 29
|SKIP USED ON FIGURE||NUMBER IN TORAH||DIVIDE BY 304805 LETTERS IN THE TORAH||THE QUOTIENT EQUALS FREQUENCY PER LETTER||E QUOTIENT X 378 LETTERS EQUALS WORD EXPECTANCY||POISSON EQUATION PROBABILITY FOR THE WORD APPEARING AT LEAST ONCE||EACH WORD OR PHRASE HAS 1 CHANCE IN THE IN THE FOLLOWING OF BEING HERE.|
|TRUMP (2 spellings) @ Skips -40183 to -40280||-40183||14||304805||4.5931E-05||0.01736192||0.01721207||58.09876352|
|HE TOOK IT OUT @ Skip +1 only||1||4||304805||1.31231E-05||0.004960549||0.004948265||202.0910218|
|(H16*H17)/28 = FINAL SIGNIFICANCE||0.002384757||419.329946|
FIGURE 2 - Full matrix - white and tan backgrounds
AXIS TERM BRITANNIA @ Skip 80,366
Axis Term ELS Rank 29
|SKIP USED ON FIGURE||NUMBER IN TORAH||DIVIDE BY 304805 LETTERS IN THETORAH||THE QUOTIENT EQUALS FREQUENCY PER LETTER||E QUOTIENT X 552 LETTERS EQUALS WORD EXPECTANCY||POISSON EQUATION PROBABILITY FOR THE WORD APPEARING AT LEAST ONCE||EACH WORD OR PHRASE HAS 1 CHANCE IN THE IN THE FOLLOWING OF BEING HERE.|
|TRUMP (2 spellings) @ Skips -40183 to -40302||-40183||18||304805||5.90541E-05||0.03259789||0.032072306||31.17954817|
|HE TOOK IT OUT @ Skip +1 only||1||4||304805||1.31231E-05||0.007243976||0.007217801||138.5463464|
|PRESIDENT @ Skip +1||1||68||304805||0.000223093||0.123147586||0.115866833||8.630597515|
|DAESH / ISIS @ Skips -80368 to -80591||-80368||288||304805||0.000944866||0.521566247||0.406409889||2.460570045|
|REBELLION @ Skips +/- 1 and +/- 80366||80366||135||304805||0.000442906||0.244484178||0.216891622||4.610597644|
|(H25*H26*H27*H29)/28 = FINAL SIGNIFICANCE||0.00016289||6139.103447|
WHY THE LEAVE VOTE WAS THE RIGHT VOTE. It's sad that the only common sense at our State Department resides not at the top, but with 51 officials who rebelled and let the public know that our foreign policy is all wrong, especially with respect to Syria and Obama's famous failed red line. John Kerry has gone out of his way to again show that he has no living tissue between his right ear and his left ear. In fact, it could be argued that he has no real right ear, only a left ear that admits communist nonsense into his echo chamber. I write this knowing that the State Department recently accessed my web site (IP address 220.127.116.11 for sherman-ee-state.gov which mapped to the White House South Lawn at May 19, 2016 10:27:35 MST. The article accessed is found at http://arkcode.com/custom3_100.html. It's about a landmark custody case that I won in 1984, and it includes a letter from Miami's then Archbishop Edward McCarthy which annulled the baptism of my older son.).
I could generate a lot of new verbiage about Kerry and Obama backing the U.K. remaining in the E.U., but I think the Washington Times has done a magnificent job explaining why these two fools are all wrong in advocating a world with no borders. Before citing the main points below I will point out that that this news source conducted a poll about how the U.K. vote would affect the election here. The poll asked, "Is the Brexit vote a good sign for Donald Trump?" Voting yes were 361 people (86%). A no vote was cast by 28 people (7%) and another 29 people (7%) were not sure. Now, here are some key points made by the Washington Times on May 10, 2016 in its article entitled JOHN KERRY'S WORLD WITHOUT BORDERS:
Secretary of State John Kerry in a commencement address at Northeastern University in Boston stated: “There are no walls big enough to stop people from anywhere, tens of thousands of miles away, who are determined to take their own lives while they target others … The future demands from us something more than nostalgia for some rose-tinted version of the past that did not really exist in any case. You’re about to graduate into a complex and borderless world.”
Before going out on a limb to foretell what “the future demands,” Mr. Kerry should recall a bit of folk wisdom from Yogi Berra, the baseball immortal: “The future ain’t what it used to be.” Taking a jab at Donald Trump for promising that Mexico would pay for a wall on the Rio Grande, the secretary enthused over his vision of a borderless world, and hectored those reluctant to join his flight to Utopia. Once offstage, Mr. Kerry ducked into an armored vehicle surrounded by heavily armed guards who shepherded him from one secure place to the next, and then home, where he could relax behind sturdy walls.
Real-world experience is teaching Europe the price of a borderless world. The invasion of refugees from Syria and the Middle East prompted Hungary to erect barbed wire along its border with Serbia. With its historic and picturesque cities overrun with endless streams of westbound trekkers, Austria gave a surprising election victory to its nationalist Freedom Party last Sunday, a sign that voters are disenchanted with the open borders of the governing coalition. With a population of 1 billion — double that of Europe — Africa may be the source of an unstoppable surge of immigrants in search of opportunity.
Recent statistics from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection show that a similar migration phenomenon persists on the U.S. boundary with Mexico. Unaccompanied children and families are reaching the border in numbers equal to those of 2014, with nearly 28,000 apprehended during the past six months. Children are not usually a security threat, but the instability that uncontrollable immigration brings with them certainly is.
So, it's good to know that the U.K. is not as stupid as Kerry. But, John, if you're reading this, there is hope. You can still extract your head from where the sun doesn't shine. As the cliché goes, "If you haven't changed your opinion about anything in the last 5 years, check your pulse." The U.K. has just sent you a clear sign that policies like your quest to eliminate borders will only succeed in eliminating Democrats from office. Listen to them. They know what they're doing, and so does Trump for opposing the U.K. remaining in the E.U.