ATOMIC THREAT ANALYSIS
This page under construction 3/1/2012
This page, when complete, will take a look at what the Torah Code might indicate, if anything, about atomic threats to some major U.S. cities, starting with New York and Los Angeles in response to a specific inquiry about them based on the film Matrix Reloaded. The damage curves shown will be based on the effects of a 20 kiloton fission device (an atomic bomb). The largest fission device ever tested was about 500 kilotons, but this is not likely to be the size of a weapon used by Iran or Pakistan, who are considered the major threats to the United States. Note: You can select other cities and yields to further study weapons effects at: NUKEMAP by Alex Wellerstein.
Above: Figure 1. Its statistical significance is shown on the matrix below.
FIGURE 1: THE THREAT AGAINST NEW YORK CITY. While New York is obviously one of the two great targets of choice for Islamic-based terrorism, the Torah Code seems to lack a really strong matrix that backs an atomic attack against it. On Figure 1 (which is only based on the 31st lowest ELS of axis term NEW YORK) although a-priori words ATOMIC, WAR and TERROR are all parallel to each other and the axis term, no word has the same absolute skip of the axis term. Nor is any a-priori term at skip +/-1. The full phrase FROM THE HAND OF ISHMAELITES seems appropriate, but it was found a-posteriori, and is not properly part of the full calculation. An argument can be made for ISHMAELITES (Arabs). With the word, the odds against finding this matrix were about 1,641 to 1, but the word ISHMAELITES which is in the open text was really not what I was looking for, as Ishmael was neither an Iranian nor a Pakistani. Odds against its being on the matrix were about 95 to 1. By comparison, IRAN was virtually certain to be on the matrix. It was there, sharing a letter yud with NEW YORK. EGYPT MAN was also on the matrix. As with HAND OF ISHMAELITES , the terms was from Genesis 39:1 (an Egyptian man, had bought him from hand of Ishmaelites). TERRORIST is also on the matrix. Finally, there is the more standard word for WAR at skip +2. NEW YORK is not that hard to find at an ELS. If I don't permit the CodeFinder program to make more than one (unwrapped) pass through Torah, there are 80 occurences of it at an ELS. If I permit more than one pass (a wrapped search) there are 445 occurences of the city. NEW YORK on this matrix is at skip -6,117. It is in unwrapped Torah. If the matrix were based on the lowest skip of NEW YORK, I'd be more concerned about it. But at ELS rank 29 in unwrapped Torah, 31 in wrapped Torah, there is not enough here to make me worry as much as I do about the prospects of an EMP against our nation as a whole. Of course, there is no guarantee that I've searched for all the right terms. The specific name of a terrorist could be there, but I wouldn't know which name to search for until after the fact, when it would be too late. One thing not present on this matrix - the current Hebrew year, 5772.
FIGURE 2: THE THREAT AGAINST LOS ANGELES. On Figure 2 the axis term is LOS ANGELES at it 4th lowest skip. The city was not found anywhere at an ELS with its standard spelling that uses the letter samech for the S letters, but what is shown with shin/sin for S letters in the transliteration is acceptable. WAR is parallel to LOS ANGELES, but at half the skip of the city, so it’s not a special case skip that merits a heavier statistical weight. The current Hebrew year, 5772, is there at skip -2, as is a better word for TERROR than seen on Figure 1, but there is no word for atomic or nuclear on the matrix The final combined odds, about 1 chance in 45 to exist, are not very significant, especially when we consider words sought but not found and synonyms for words shown on the matrix. Even so, we need better security further south. There are tunnels being dug all too often between Tijuana and San Diego. They can allow for transport of not just drugs and illegal aliens, but a nuclear weapon too. There is no excuse for allowing any of them to reach completion.
Figure 3 - Miami Dade has a match with Atomic, Terrorist, and the current Hebrew Year 5772, but the a-priori key words are not close enough to Miami Dade to be statistically significant. The map of Miami was not in the program used for Figures 1 and 2, so damage curves for the 20 kiloton device had to be drawn in by hand. They are not intended to be exact.
FIGURE 3: THE THREAT AGAINST MIAMI DADE. On Figure 3 the axis term is MIAMI DADE. The reason that I didn't just choose Miami is that at 5 letters, it's too short to be a useful axis term. There are 15 ELSs of the city just between skips -2 and +2. I normally like an axis term to be at least 7 or 8 letters long. MIAMI DADE is 9 letters, making it a solid term. The three a-priori key words found with it, however have almost no significance because of their brevity (one 5-letter word - ATOMIC, and two 4-letter words - TERRORIST and the Hebrew year 5772), and because the matrix is too large. The three key words had about 1 chance in 13 to be there. However, the low significance of the matrix doesn't mean that there is no encoded threat to Miami, it only means that at least with this 9-letter axis term that includes the county name, no real threat was found. If there exists an axis term like Miami threat or Miami attack (etc.) which was not sought, more significant matrices might be found than that displayed. The searches involved, of course, all take a good bit of time. This article is only meant to be a cursory survey of some (but not all) U.S. cities.
CITIES THAT APPEAR RELATIVELY SAFE SO FAR:
So far I have checked the cities on the list below with no matches for anything atomic. Searches are for no row split for the axis term, with alternate spellings checked only when the most widely accepted transliteration was not found. Note: Hopefully Iran is not close enough to having a nuclear bomb to hit the U.S. I would presume that U.S. intelligence keeps a fairly good eye on Pakistani nuclear weapons.
The study on this page is on-going, but failure to find a solid atomic matrix for a U.S. city does not mean that we should let our guard down. On March 1, 2012, Fox News interviewed a former member of the Iranian Guard by the name of Reza Kahlili, who later joined the U.S. Central intelligence Agency. He claimed that Iran now now has agents in the United States, poised to strike at our food, water and power supplies if Iran is attacked, and possibly if they are just threatned more. As such, I urge my readers to follow the Coast Guard motto - Semper Paratus - Always Prepared. Have sufficient food, water, medicine, and batteries, etc. on hand if these become in short supply or are endanged. For the first time in my 64+ years, our home is armed. Our President may be weak, encouraging Iran, but we must be strong. May God always bless America.