ATOMIC WAR IN KOREA
There are an enormous number of threats encoded. Updated on 3/20/2017
On March 18, 2017 in China U.S. Secretary of State Tillerson framed the North Korean threat as “imminent,” and left open the possibility of a pre-emptive military strike to eliminate its nuclear program. He also downplayed, but did not entirely rule out, suggestions that Japan and South Korea should develop their own nuclear weapons in a bid to stave off the North Korean threat. “We say all options are on the table, but we cannot predict the future… So we do think it's important that everyone in the region has a clear understanding that circumstances could evolve to the point that for mutual deterrence reasons, we might have to consider that." On Figure 1 the axis term is KOREAN FIRE. At the same absolute skip is ATOMIC. WAR is in the open text, and KIM is at Skip +1.
Figure 1 above: The axis term KOREAN FIRE is encoded with ATOMIC, WAR, and KIM. The spreadsheet showing the statistical significance of the terms is shown below.
STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF FIGURE 1 As per my usual protocol, no statistical significance was assigned to the axis term, here the lowest ELS of KOREAN FIRE in unwrapped or wrapped Torah. Well, sort of. In reality, the original axis term was just the standard Modern Hebrew 7-letter spelling for KOREAN. However, since I never assign statistical significance to the axis term, a case be made for a statistical evaluation of KOREAN and the 9-letter KOREAN FIRE. However, while KOREAN FIRE is at the lowest skip, by itself it is only at the 157th lowest skip. If we use KOREAN FIRE as the axis term, then our odds are based on the combined significance of the three a priori terms, KIM at skip +1, ATOMIC at a special case skip (+/- 1 or the absolute skip of the axis term), and WAR in the open text. However, if we only use KOREAN then we must divide the combined a priori odds by 157. ATOMIC was found at a special case skip against odds of about 577 to 1. WAR (or GO OUT TO WAR) is in the open text against odds of about 23 to 1. As for the lunatic in charge of North Korea, KIM was found at skip +1 against odds of about 14.9 to 1. Combine them and it looks like the matrix exists against odds of about 199,726 to 1. However, if you argue that the word FIRE was only found in sequence with KOREAN by snooping (an a posteriori process), then the combined odds against finding this matrix shrink to about 1,272 to 1. That's still significant, but it doesn't quite get the wow reaction that the longer axis term induces.
ON THE ABUNDANCE OF MATCHES BETWEEN KOREAN AND WAR IN THE TORAH CODE. Whether there is another war in Korea's future or not, if I only allow wrapped matrix sizes no bigger than 20 rows by 20 columns (400 letters), there are 14 matches between Korean and war. There are 3 such matches between Korean and Atomic. However, normally my initial search is for an area that is 80 columns by 50 rows (4,000 letters, although I never publish matrices that large) with no row split allowed. Under these rules there are 208 matches between Korean and war, and another 69 matches between Korean and atomic (2 synonyms checked). There are 43 matches that have Korean, atomic and war. This means that there are a lot of matrices that might hold information that may be useful for purposes of military intelligence. I will try to expand this article with some of them. As always, suggested search terms from my friends in the U.S. military are especially welcome.
How much should we worry about North Korea? A lot, but before you panic over Figure 1, on the line under KIM is You shall be saved from your enemies, but to see it all we have to expand the matrix to the left by 7 columns. This takes the matrix up from 264 letters in area to 418 letters. Since this find was a posteriori, I won't show it. But if I were writing a report to U.S.intelligence I would mention it, which is why I talk about it here - just in case they read this article.
Figure 2 below: The axis term R.TILLERSON Is encoded with KOREAN and WAR. In trying to learn some possible details (or suggestions for our military) I sought and found STEALTHY (which may relate to an attack by B-2 bombers), TO FEAR, LEADER, ASSASSINATION, UN (of Kim Jong Un), THE PLAGUE, REVOLUTION, and MOON (a leading candidate in the 2017 election for South Korean President).
STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF FIGURE 2. Again, as per my usual protocol, no statistical significance was assigned to the axis term, here the second lowest ELS of R. TILLERSON FIRE in unwrapped Torah. There are two terms that are especially significant. The 7-letter word KOREAN is at an ELS, although not at a special case skip. It was found in a 639-letter box (shown with a white background) with WAR and R. TILLERSON against odds of about 477 to 1. WAR was found in the open text in that box against odds of about 13.7 to 1. These words were judged to be especially significant because they were also seen on Figure 1. The combined significance, after factoring in ELS rank 2 of R. TILLERSON yields a figure of 3,284 to 1.
To see the most significant term not discussed above, PLAGUE, requires expansion of the matrix by two rows up, taking the area up to 781 letters. This would have slightly degraded the statistical value of KOREAN and WAR. PLAGUE was found against odds of about 26.5 to 1. However while the word was sought to see if a biological agent might be directed against Kim Jung Un in an attempt to remove him from office, there is no evidence that such a difficult attack would be attempted. It would be more reasonable to employ a chemical agent such as the VX gas that was used by North Korean agents to kill the "dear leader's" brother, Kim Jong Nam at the Malaysian airport on February 14, 2017. I looked for the word CHEMICAL and found it at a special case skip, but it required a large expansion of the matrix to show, and this wasn't justified statistically.
The phrase THE PLAGUE overlaps and shares two letters with REVOLUTION. While a revolution in North Korea is both justified and possible, given the assassination of Kim Jong Nam, it would be very difficult to successfully carry out. If there is an attempt at revolution it might be led in part by a leading candidate for President in South Korea, Moon Jae-in of the Democratic Party. He was the leading candidate as of the date of this article, so I looked for the Hebrew word for MOON and found it at a special case skip. But the 3-letter words had a 68.8% to be there.
Even sleeping when the dictator speaks can be punished by death. For dozing during a meeting, Kim Yong-jin, a vice premier in the North Korean cabinet with responsibility for education affairs, was executed alongside another ministry official with an anti-aircraft gun in July. REVOLUTION was found at an ELS against odds of about 2.59 to 1. I couldn't find Kim at a special case skip on this matrix. I did find UN (3 letters in Hebrew) at skip -1, but there was a 79.5% chance to find it this way. In an earlier article about Kim Jong Un I discussed claims that he had his naked uncle Jang Song Thaek and four other naked officials eaten alive by dogs. Fortunately for Thaek and his friends research revealed that North Korea's Leader was merciful, and that he only had them shot by a firing squad. Kim Jong Un rules through fear, so I sought FEAR and TO FEAR. I found TO FEAR at skip +1 against odds of about 16.7 to 1.
The option of having North Korea's crazy leader assassinated must be appealing to the U.S. and to China. ASSASSINATION is on the matrix, but the 3-letter term is not at a special case skip. It had a 28.7% chance to be found. The term LEADER is at a special case skip, but this 3-letter word had a 77.25% chance to be found this way. PRESIDENT was found in the open text against odds of about 6.25 to 1, and it touches R. TILLERSON but Tillerson is the Secretary of State, not the President. Finally, the word STEALTHY touches WAR. STEALTHY had a 92.5% chance to be at an ELS on the matrix. I don't add statistical value for the fact that it touched WAR, but this position should not be overlooked. The best way to remove the North Korean Government is likely via attack by our B-2 Stealth bombers. However, to do so we must not only be able to destroy North Korea's rocket force. We must ensure that our Intelligence can account for every single nuclear weapon ever made by North Korea. Recently there have been proposals made to cut the budget of the U.S. Coast Guard in an effort to build up severely weakened forces under our Department of Defense. However, we need to ensure that we have the capability to intercept North Korean nuclear weapons that might be transshipped into U.S. ports via container ships. The concern here should not only be with respect to U.S. ports, but also for South Korean, Japanese, and even Chinese ports. Although the Chinese are North Korean allies, Kim might smuggle a weapon into China to use it to keep the Chinese from trying to overthrow him. It must be remembered that while Kim Jong Nam lived in China he was protected from his brother by the Chinese Government. A man who will execute his brother and uncle is certainly capable of killing allies that he doesn't trust.
HOW TO USE THE TWO SPREADSHEETS BELOW. The combined odds of the top spreadsheet for Figure 2 shows findings against odds of over 58 million to 1, but these odds should not be used. Rather the likelihood of each individual term other than KOREAN and WAR should be studied. The only terms of interest on the top spreadsheet were TO FEAR and THE PLAGUE. TO FEAR doesn't give military planners much to work with. THE PLAGUE, however, might. A miniaturized drone might be employed to release a biological agent into the air that Kim breathes. Something that caused an Ebola-like disease might trigger detonation of a nuclear reprisal, but if the disease were to cause a fatal form of pneumonia there would be less of chance for such action to be taken. The death should appear to be of natural cause.
Spreasheet showing the odds against terms found in Figure 2. The most meaningful calculation is at the bottom which only shows a calculation involving R. TILLERSON with WAR at skip +1 and an ELS of KOREAN in 639 letters.