PAUL MANAFORT CONVICTED AS THE CODE PREDICTED.
Figure 1 was posted at 6:26 pm EDT on 8/20/2018. It shows CONVICTION at the same absolute skip as P. MANAFORT. This article was expanded on 8/21/2018. After it was MANIFORT was convicted on 8 counts, thus verifying the matrix.
There are ten ELSs of MANIFORT in Torah. The one shown below has a peh in front, so it's a 9-letter ELS of P. MANAFORT. This search was begun on August 20, 2018 on the third day of unsuccessful jury deliberation in the Paul Manafort case. Frankly, because he's only on trial because of his friendship with President Trump, I hoped he would be found not guilty. But even if he was he still faces a second court case on September 17, 2018 in Washington D.C. On the matrix P. MANAFORT is the axis term. At the same absolute skip is CONVICTION. At skip +1 are MUELLER (the corrupt prosecutor that brought charges against Manafort) and TRIAL. This trial is intended to be a threat to our President. THREAT is on the matrix at skip -1. There is a simple spelling of TRUMP that goes through the letter resh in MANAFORT, but it's not at a special case skip (+/-1 or the absolute skip of the axis term). In the open text is the question that the jury struggled with, "Will you sweep away the righteous with the wicked?" I don't know that Manafort is righteous, but he was kept in solitary confinement before any conviction. He is not on trial for murder. The charges are 18 counts of (1) false income tax returns, (2) failing to file foreign bank account reports and (3) bank fraud and fraud conspiracy. A dayt after posting this matrix he was found guilty on 8 counts.
STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE MATRIX. As per my standard protocol, no statistical significance is assigned to the axis term, which is P. MANAFORT at its only ELS in wrapped Torah. The most significant a priori term is MUELLER which was found at skip +1 against odds of about 420.9 to 1. I searched for acquittal, conviction, convicted, and innocent and found CONVICTION at a special case skip against odds of about 32.8 to 1, however on 8/20/2018 I wrote that these odds and combined odds for the entire matrix are meaningless unless Manafort is convicted of at least one count in several trials that he faces. As it turned out, Manifort was convicted on 8 counts. As such I can say that the matrix was found before the conviction against odds of about 249,626 to 1. While CONVICTION was found on the full matrix against odds of about 32.8 to 1, it only takes 9 rows and 18 columns (162 letters) to show it with P. MANAFORT. Odds against them being this close together were about 145 to 1.
As for other terms, three synonyms were sought for TRIAL and one of them was found in the open text against odds of about 5.46 to 1. THREAT was found at a special case skip, but there was about a 36.8% chance to do so. The least significant transliteration of TRUMP was found but one of two short 4-letter transliterations had about an 82% chance to be found (although this one shared a letter with MANAFORT). No value was calculated for "Will you sweep away the righteous with the wicked?" because it was only found a posteriori (meaning that I did not look for it as part of the experiment) and because it was and is up to the juries (plural) to determine if he is righteous, or at least not wicked enough to go to jail, or really is wicked enough to spend what might be the rest of his life in prison for white collar crimes committed up to 12 years ago (see the charges here). He is 68 years old.
If he were not convicted then,as I wrote yesterday, we could still look at what was found in the remaining 475 letters of the matrix, but we are only left with a matrix that names him, shows that he will be involved with Mueller, a trial, and a threat. The odds against him being in the remaining 475 letters of the 725-letter matrix would be about 642 to 1. Remember that the larger the matrix becomes, the easier it is to match the axis term with other names. For example, if I left out CONVICTION but included a transliteration of CLINTON at skip -1, I would have a matrix that is 19 columns by 52 rows (988 letters in area). There would likely be other terms of interest that would appear if I made the matrix that large. Statistics drive the choice for when to expand. As the matrix grows the original terms are reduced in significance.
Note: Figure 1 was first posted on the evening of 8/20/2018 before there was a verdict. The matrix was then viewed by multiple DoD sites, likely including Fort Huachuca, however all IP addresses that led to them before were changed to general DoD IPs that did not include actual site identification - probably because I often write about Huachuca when I catch them engaged in activity that infringes upon my privacy or intellectual property. The message, again, is that there is no reason for them to be on my site builder. Whatever they want they only have to ask me for it. I don't mind that they have my password. I mind the fact that they have it without asking me for it.
Figure 1 turned out to be predictive. It thus has military implications. However most matrices that I find merely reflect reality as we know it, but do not show what may come to pass. It is usually far easier to know what search terms are appropriate after an event has occurred. To make better predictions I believe that DoD would need to approve Project Creator Decoder. But, based on extremely heavy copying of my ArkCode.com web site by IP addresses that trace to DoD it's possible that they may try to sidestep me, Codefinder software author Kevin Acres, and Distinguished Professor in Computer Science Dr. Robert Haralick to create the software on their own. While I doubt that they can do it as well as we can, I can't stop them and I understand that they will want to have the project go totally black.