TRUMP AND KIM MEET AT THE DMZ
Figure 1 is consistent with Figure 2 and Kim smuggling nukes out of North Korea via train across the Russian border. This page updated on 7/2/2019.
After the G20 Summit in Japan, President Trump visited South Korea. That was scheduled. But in a surprise the President not only visited the DMZ, but also called for and got a meeting with Kim Jung-un there. Although other U.S. presidents had visited the DMZ before, Trump became the first to step into North Korea. On Figure 1 the axis term is the only ELS in Torah of TRUMP AND KIM. At the same absolute skip are HANOI (where the last summit failed), CHINESE (Trump had just met wtih Chinese President Xi at the G20), and a transliteration of TEHRAN with a tav rather than a tet. At skip +1 are BORDER and ARMY. At skip -1 is RUSSIAN. No agreement is indicated. The encoding of TEHRAN at the same skip as TRUMP AND KIM may hint that Kim has already sold nuclear weapons to Iran to make up for lost revenues due to the sanctions or simply to fund his weapons programs.
STATISTICAL AND POLITICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF FIGURE 1. As per my standard protocol, no statistical significance is assigned to the axis term, here the only ELS found in (wrapped) Torah for TRUMP AND KIM. If I use the spreadsheet to calculate odds in the normal fashion the matrix was found against combined odds of about 3,417,279 to 1. But these odds never include what was sought and not found. So when I examine matrices like Figure 1 (and 2) for military purposes I like to ask What are these odds for each term to appear so close to the axis term rather than merely somewhere on the matrix? On Figure 1 there are two of three sites named for meetings between Trump and Kim - the BORDER and HANOI. BORDER is found at skip +1 some 33 times in Torah. Odds against it being at skip +1 (best case scenario) on the full 850-letter matrix are about 11.37 to 1. But it only takes 384 letters to show TRUMP AND KIM plus BORDER. Odds against them being this close are about 24.55 to 1. All odds calculated this way give no weight to the axis term, however it was by no means certain that this 9-letter axis term with a relatively rare letter tet as the first letter of TRUMP would be found at all in the Code. More on this below.
HANOI was found on the full matrix against odds of about 6.8 to 1. It takes 126 letters to show TRUMP AND KIM plus HANOI. Odds against a special case skip match this close are about 43 to 1.
A WORD ABOUT R VALUES. Codefinder Software shows that the R Value for TRUMP AND KIM is 1.535. R values that are negative are expected to be at an ELS in Torah more than once. An R-value that is 0 would be expected to be in Torah once; those that are positive should be expected less than once. Based on a formula of matrix R-value = log (1/Ematrix) (where E is the expected occurrences in the matrix) Table 1 shows R values (including that of the Figure 1 axis term) and word expectancies:
|R-VALUE||NUMBER OF TIMES EXPECTED AT AN ELS IN TORAH|
|+1.535 VALUE FOR TRUMP AND KIM ||0.02917427. USING THE RECIPROCAL THIS MEANS THAT THE TERM OCCURRED AGAINST ODDS OF ABOUT 34.277 TO 1. |
|+6||0.000001 (one in a million)|
Most often I use axis terms that are about 8 letters in length which is the most common limit of what I can find as an axis term. In general, they have negative R-values, and thus add no worth to a matrix. With a Codefinder R value of +1.535, the axis term has an expectancy of 0.06856 which means it had about 1 chance in 34.277 to exist. What I am saying here is that the statistical value of TRUMP AND KIM being so close to key words sought is about 34 times greater than what the spreadsheet indicates.
What about Iran? It's not on the matrix, but TEHRAN is. Because the first letter is the more common (non Modern Hebrew) letter tav rather than tet, I use the frequency of both spellings at special case skips (+/- 1 or +/- 89882). While TEHRAN appears on the full matrix against odds of about 22.9 to 1, it's in 143 letters with TRUMP AND KIM against odds of about 133.7 to 1. As I write this on July 1, 2019 the headline today reads "Iran's stock of enriched uranium exceeds nuclear deal's limit, IAEA says." They certainly want a nuclear arsenal. Kim took 6 days round trip from North Korea to reach Trump by train earlier this year where his summit in Hanoi failed. There were stories about him being so angry that he had some of his aids executed (Kim Hyok-chol, the North’s special envoy to the US) or put into forced labor. If Iran had some of Obama's gifted $151.7 billion left over I'm sure that Kim would have been most happy to sell Tehran some of his nukes. It takes only 40 letters to show TEHRAN with KIM at skip +1.
Overall, before considering issues like proximity to the axis term or the value of the axis term, the most significant term on Figure 1 was RUSSIAN which was on the full matrix against odds of about 45 to 1. It's not close to the axis term. Factoring in proximity (748 letters to show TRUMP AND KIM and RUSSIAN) it's found this close against odds of about 51.4 to 1. So the most interesting term was TEHRAN who is in fact the most obvious customer for Kim Jong-un.
FIGURE 2 - BEWARE OF AN ATOMIC TRAIN FROM NORTH KOREA THROUGH RUSSIA AND ON TO IRAN OR OTHER TERRORISTS.
With MIKE POMPEO as the axis term MIKE meets KIM at the letter qof in each name. This foreshadowed their real meeting around April 1, 2018. Figure 2 is based on a row skip of 2. There are ive key words that are parallel to the axis term. They are KOREA, ATOMIC, RUSSIA, TEHRAN, and ISRAEL. KOREA is at the same absolute skip as the axis term, which makes it at a special case skip (as are skips +/-1). RUSSIA, TEHRAN, and ISRAEL are at the same skip as each other, but half the skip of the axis term. ATOMIC is at twice the skip of the axis term. TRAIN and MONEY are at skip +1. MONEY shares a letter feh/pey with MIKE POMPEO. Pompeo (and later Trump) offered sanctions relief and other financial incentives to Kim for surrender of the North's nuclear arsenal, but Kim seems to insist on holding on to some nuclear weapons. We must be certain that Kim doesn't accept cash from TEHRAN or terrorists who might try to buy his nuclear materials and move them through RUSSIA by TRAIN before our inspectors can get on scene.
STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE FIGURE 2. Again no statistical significance was assigned to the axis term, here the lowest skip for a 9-letter transliteration of MIKE POMPEO in unwrapped or wrapped Torah. The term is shown with a row split of 2, meaning that although the skip of MIKE POMPEO is 4,324, the computer bases the matrix display on half that amount. Thus instead of the computer displaying a portion (window) of a spiraling cylinder with a circumference of 4,324 letters, the circumference is 2,162 letters (half of 4,324). But with this reduced circumference, there is an extra row between each letter of MIKE POMPEO. On the 896-letter matrix the most significant a priori term was TRAIN at skip +1. Second is KOREA ,the letters of which are found on the alternate rows from where MIKE POMPEO is found. KOREA was located at a special case skip against odds of about 57 to 1. Also found was RUSSIA which was of interest because Russia shares a border with North Korea, and because it's possible to travel by a version of the TransSiberian Railway between Pyongyang and Moscow. RUSSIA was found at a special case skip against odds of about 17.5 to 1. MONEY had about a 35% chance to be found at skip +1 somewhere on the matrix, but it shared a letter with fey/peh POMPEO.
The most likely target of a terrorist atomic bomb is Israel. The word ATOMIC is on the matrix at twice the skip of MIKE POMPEO. That's not at a special case skip, but the ELS was on the matrix against odds of about 11.48 to 1. ISRAEL is here at skip +1, but since it occurs 591 times this way in Torah, it had about an 82%% chance to be there this way. However ISRAEL is also at a special case skip, that of RUSSIA and TEHRAN. There was only about 1 chance in 3.76 for that to happen. KIM was on the matrix against odds of about 4.77 to 1, but it shared the letter qof with MIKE POMPEO. It only took 51 letters to show both names. Overall, this matrix was found against odds of about 440,338,119 to 1.It was expanded to show TEHRAN at skip 2,162. Again, that's half the skip of the axis term which makes it parallel to the axis term, but under my standard protocol it's not a special case skip. It looks impressive, and I think it is, but my general rules don't let us see it this way (it had over a 99% chance to be on the full matrix). However, if I look at how likely TEHRAN was to be in 30 letters (2 columns by 15 rows) with MIKE POMPEO, odds against that are about 212 to 1.
Kim Jong-un has been a murderer since he was a child. He is only playing like a peacemaker now because President Trump has scared the crap of him. He may well surrender, but milk it for all he can first. The crucial issue here Trump and Pompeo must pay attention to is the absolute need to know exactly how many nukes North Korea has before we come to collect them. Complicating the issue is the fact that Iran has just gone back into the business of enriching uranium for nuclear weapons. The clock is ticking fast and loud. Our President has a very difficult decision to make, and fate of the world is now literally in his hands. He must weight what he knows against what he doesn't know (like whether the Russian Club K Container Cruise Missile Weapon System is now in place in America) courtesy of Gulftainer and Iran.