KOREAN OLYMPICS WAR THREAT
The athletes will NOT likely be killed at the games. Updated on 12/8/2017.
The U.S. may be forced to miss the Winter Olympics if war with North Korea becomes more likely, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley suggested on December 6, 2017. The Games will be held in February in South Korea, only 50 miles from the demilitarized zone between the two Koreas and within easy range of North Korean missiles. Haley told a reporter that U.S. participation depends on what’s going on at the time in the country. On the matrix below the axis term is a transliteration of OLYMPICS. At the same skip is a transliteration of KOREA. At skip +1 (but not in the open text) is WAR. At skip -1 is THREAT. In the open text is THE EVIL IN THE END OF DAYS. However in the open text it only takes 77 letters (11 rows by 7 columns) to show I WILL NOT DESTROY IT with OLYMPICS. The full matrix shown here is 800 letters in area. If I chose to expand the matrix 8 columns to the left for a total area of 960 letters then the word for DELAYER would appear at the absolute skip of OLYMPICS and KOREA.
STATISTICAL AND POLITICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE MATRIX PLUS A WARNING ABOUT HOW TO INTERPRET STATISTICS. As per my usual protocol, no statistical significance was assigned to the axis term, here the second lowest ELS of a transliteration of OLYMPICS in wrapped Torah. The most significant a priori term also points out a major problem. It is I WILL NOT DESTROY IT. Before factoring in ELS rank 2 of the axis term, the phrase is found against odds of about 127 to 1. The problem here is that if I chose to leave off the first two letters of this phrase in Hebrew I would simply have I WILL DESTROY IT. My best guess is that the presence of Chinese athletes would serve to deter the North Koreans from launching an attack, so I assume that when war comes, it will not be during the games. Backing this interpretation is the fact that it only takes 77 letters to match OLYMPICS with I WILL NOT DESTROY IT. Odds against this match are about 1,320 to 1 before looking at the ELS rank, or 660 to 1 if this was all I was looking for and found it by ELS rank 2 of the axis term.
The word for WAR is actually made of two words in sequence at skip +1. It was found at skip +1 (best case statistical scenario) against odds of about 24.3 to 1. For KOREA I only accept transliterations at a special case skip (+/- 1 or the absolute skip of the axis term). For the K letter I accept qof or cuf. For the A at the end I accept alef or hey. As such, I found KOREA at a special case skip against odds of about 64 to 1. While the word THREAT is shown on the Newsweek headlines, it is actually a high frequency, low significance term in Hebrew. THREAT had a 39.9% chance to be found on the full 800-letter matrix.
Finally, no significance is calculated for THE EVIL IN THE END OF DAYS. Yes, we're probably in that period now, but all previous predictions for the arrival of the Messiah have been wrong. We'll have to see events play out to know how significant this term really is. Even if it's right, I only found it here a posteriori, and that means I can't use it for the calculation. I did not find anything about a nuclear war on this matrix, but I have before on several matrices about Korea. After factoring in ELS rank 2 of OLYMPICS, the combined odds against this matrix were about 497,313 to 1. If I added DELAYER to the matrix at a special case skip and expanded it to 960 letters these odds would be altered to 8,265,825 to 1, but they are not proper odds because I would also have accepted terms like TO DELAY, or DELAYED, or DELAYING, etc. so it's best to just stick with 800 letters.
There still could be a war during the games. The matrix might mean nothing more than the fact that North Korea will not target them, perhaps because they want to try to capture the athletes to ask for ransom. Now, here I want to be crystal clear to DoD observers at Fort Huachuca, in Michigan, in Montgomery, and at others facilities as well as at MIT. You all know what I am capable of, however my issue is time management. If you come out from behind the curtain and make requests on behalf of the United States Government, I will focus more on matrices like this. But if you just want to observe from a distance then I will continue to float back and forth behind Codes research and Mars research, or with the assistance of my younger son, physics. The Russians and the Chinese follow all my articles, and while I censor them some they are not stupid people. Many readers have IPs that back into South Korea, but the readers could be North Korean agents.
There is a huge difference between what I can find on one day of a Codes search for a specific topic and what I can find on an extended search. I do see that you are all coming back to updates a lot lately, but in trying to find militarily significant material without direction I could easily miss something major. Perhaps you have access to technology that allows for detection of signals from the future, but even if you do there is a question of whether something like Korean nuclear war can be deterred. I would not advise you to do what was done earlier this week. Don't try to send two B-1 bombers over Korea and then show in the press that only one of them could actually fly. It's better to delay a mission than to fly it in half-assed mannor. You don't need a time machine or the Code to figure this out. You just need common sense. Anyway, we all know that if we use bombers against North Korea they will be B-2s, so why put on a whimpish show with aircraft not properly maintained?