Fort Huachuca, Spies, MARS and a Little Martian Humor
With shades of Mad Magazine's Spy vs. Spy, Fort Huachuca hides behind reverse IP addresses to spy on me, and I use the Internet to catch them doing so. I'm having fun. Are they? Posted on 3/16/2017.
In the 2016 I told a new acquaintance named Joseph about the fact that I was often finding an Army Intelligence base at Fort Huachuca, Arizona that was reading the three web sites that I manage or am involved with – ArkCode.com, MarsCorrect.com and Davidaroffman.com. When I mispronounced Huachuca he immediately corrected me. When I asked him if he knew about the place he told me that he had been stationed there in the past for 3 years. Today I found them on my son’s site, although as is often the case, I only found them by checking on the reverse IP address displayed. So I decided to look up Huachuca in the Code. On Figures 1A and 1B the axis term is HUACHUCA. On Figure 1A FORT, SPIES and JOSEPH are found at skip +1. ARMY is at skip -2. At the same absolute skip as HUACHUCA are USA and a simple transliteration of Joseph’s last name. I will not include the name’s vowel marks in order to preserve some privacy. My first name, BARRY, meets his last name. Why does an Intelligence base care about what I write? Figure 1 IB may provide part of the answer.
On Figure 1B at the same skip as the axis term HUACHUCA we find MARS. The folks at Fort Huachuca read much of what I write about Mars. But when I went to look up the fort to write this article I was astonished to find that Wikipedia listed five units at the fort. As is shown on the figure above one of them is actually named MARS! This is an abbreviation for Military Affiliate Radio System. So, maybe they learned about me when someone from MARS looked for their home unit on the Internet and found me by mistake. I would say more here, but I'm already out on ledge by telling everyone about my fans at the fort. I'm sure they'll find this up pretty soon. There has been some monkey business on my sites in the last few days. Hopefully it's not the fort, which I actually attempted to call last year in an effort to speak with one particular fan (they immediately hung up on me when I took the time to spell my name phonetically). Often when they visit via proxy and I find them by reverse IPs, I find that they chose fake addresses that have humorous meanings. For example, when I posted an article comparing Hillary Clinton and Edward Snowden, the same day they used an address that mapped to 9325 Snowden River Pkwy in Columbia, Maryland. Often they've used an address that maps to Russia Row in London. What's there? I looked in vain for the Russian Embassy. I only see a pizzeria on the Google map. However, what I write about is really not a matter of humor. It is read pretty near to daily by NASA. There is, in Torah, a Code that was set down over 3,000 years ago that somehow describes our time in detail. That's easy to demonstrate. What's not easy to get an agreement about is WHO wrote the Code. My original purpose for investigating the Code 20 years ago was to learn if the Code has actionable information that U.S. Intelligence can use to keep America safe. This site is named ArkCode.com because I found maps encoded that I believe can lead to the Ark of the Covenant, and along with it, an end to the threat of Islamic terrorism. Twenty years ago a Coast Guard captain who was an intelligence officer tried to get our Intelligence community to back my study of the Code. The captain is one of my best friends, but neither of us is getting any younger. I am very pleased that Fort Huachuca follows me closely, and that many of the visitors to my site get here via the Department of Defense Network Information Center (DoDNIC), but while I'm around, as I often mention, I can do more, much more if we all get on the same page and work together.
STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE MATRICES. As per my usual protocol, no statistical significance was assigned to the axis term, here a transliteration of HUACHUCA in wrapped Torah at its 22nd and 49th lowest skips. Before factoring the ELS rank of the axis term, on Figure 1A the most significant a priori term was FORT which was found in the open text against odds of about 158 to 1. The word was actually part of the phrase FORTIFIED CITIES. The fort is at Huachuca City. Since the fort is in the USA, but just a few miles north of the Mexican border, I looked for USA at a special case skip (+/- 1 or the skip of the axis term). It is indeed at the skip of the axis term. This find was against odds of about 38 to 1. JOSEPH is mentioned 176 times in an English version of the Torah, and the letters of his name are at skip +1 exactly 180 times in Torah. His name was found at skip +1 against odds of about 6.67 to 1. My own first name (BARRY) was found at skip +1 against odds of about 3 to 1. No extra value was added for the fact that it met with the last name of the name of the gentleman who in the past served at Fort Huachuca. From our discussion and from what I observed with his license plates, he is probably employed now somewhere around or at Fort Meade, Maryland. ARMY was found at a non-special case skip against odds of about 2.6 to 1. Ignoring Joseph's last name, after dividing combined odds by 22 to account for ELS rank 22 of the axis term, the matrix was found against odds of about 824,998 to 1, but I would like to have found MARS on it at a special case skip.
I did see a MARS at a non-special skip, but it required a substantial expansion of the matrix to show it, so, given the fact that HUACHUCA is only 7 letters in Hebrew, and fairly easy to find, I sought a match between HUACHUCA and MARS at a special case skip elsewhere is Torah. The first such match (not until the 49th lowest skip of HUACHUCA) is shown as Figure 1B. If this match was at lowest skip of HUACHUCA, it would have been found against odds of about 518 to 1. That's why it looks impressive. But, alas, when we divide that number by 49 to account for ELS rank 49 of the axis term, the match is only against odds of about 10 to 1. There is a similar match that occurs with HUACHUCA at skip 128,970 (ELS rank 95) and MARS at skip -128,970 - which is not worth the effort required to calculate odds. Not everything is what it appears to be. Is someone at Fort Huachuca interested in Mars? You betcha. They regularly go through gyrations to track all three of my sites. But it could be just someone who is curious - or it could be someone from MARS, a radio buff. Having said that, a very large percent of my readers track back to the DoDNIC, and almost nobody finds my most sensitive writings at MarsCorrect.com about Roswell without passing through them.