An Appropriate DNA-Style Matrix
On January 25, 2010 it was announced that Ali Hassan al-Majid, better know as Chemical Ali, was executed in Iraq. As such, I searched the Codes for Chemical Ali, and found that at its 16th lowest ELS, the axis term CHEMICAL ALI has a second CHEMICAL ALI nearby on the matrix. Normally, I don't spend time on the 16th lowest ELS of an axis term, but when the term is 7 or more letters, and it is repeated elsewhere on the matrix, then the matrix becomes a bit more significant due to what I call its DNA-like structure. The chemical DNA is what makes up our genes. It has a redundant segment on the outside of its double helix that is sugar-phosphate-sugar-phosphate etc.
On a DNA molecule, what the gene does depends entirely upon the nucleotide bases (adenine, thymine, cytosine, and guanine) that connect the sugar-phosphate-sugar-phosphate outer components. On the Chemical Ali matrix, what runs into the red CHEMICAL ALI is he shall lay his hand upon the head of the sin-offering, and kill it for a sin-offering in the place where they kill. Also between the two Chemical Ali terms we finding the word HANG at an ELS, and, again, in the open text YOU SHALL KILL. Of course, when Chemical Ali was executed for mass murder, the executioner put his hands on Ali's head while slipping a noose around his neck to hang him. As I discuss at my page on Talmud and Names, it seems like we often find the fate of an individual running through the person's name.
While this matrix is consistent with what we often find in the Torah Code, I will not offer an overall p-value for it because too much of it was found a-posteriori (after the fact). There are a multitude of places in Torah where murder and executions are discussed, with many synonyms that would work. It would be dishonest to imply that the phrase found running through CHEMICAL ALI would be the only phase that is appropriate. A spreadsheet using my normal protocol shows that there was about 1 chance in 22 (p = .045) that by the 16th ELS of CHEMICAL ALI that we would find a second CHEMICAL ALI on the (large) 864-letter matrix. The word for HANG was also an a priori term. Combined odds for the second CHEMICAL ALI with HANG were about one chance in 47 (p = .021).