MOTHER OF ALL BOMBS TO THE KOREAN DMZ
Three U.S. nuclear aircraft carriers are now in place, as are our submariines and one Japanese helicopter carrier. They need time to coordinate, but should be ready to hit North Korea by late May - however our Intelligence must be perfect. Posted on 5/4/2017.
On April 13, 2017 U.S. Forces in Afghanistan struck an ISIS tunnel complex with a GBU-43 bomb. The Massive Ordnance Air Burst Bomb (MOAB), known more colloquially as the “mother of all bombs” is the most powerful conventional bomb in the U.S. arsenal. This was the first time we used it combat. It was widely reported that the strike was meant as a warning to North Korea. As such I looked for an association of the bomb with Korea. On Figure 1 the axis term is MOTHER OF BOMBS. The matrix includes a reference to the ancient nation of MOAB. At the same skip as MOTHER OF BOMBS is DMZ, the abbreviation for Demilitarized Zone. Parallel to the axis term, but at three times its skip is one of four transliterations sought for KOREA. On the line above MOTHER OF BOMBS and touching it in the open text is ALL WHO GO OUT TO WAR (the Army). On the line below it and touching it at skip -1 is CANNON (4 letters) or ARTILLERYMAN (5 letters). As such, this looks like a war that was known to the Author of the Torah Codes over 3,300 years ago.
STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF FIGURE 1. As per my usual protocol, no statistical significance was assigned to the axis term, here the only ELS of MOTHER OF BOMBS in unwrapped or wrapped Torah. The most significant a priori term found was CANNON at -1. Odds against finding it at a special case skip (+/- 1 or the absolute skip of the axis term) were about 61 to 1. There are many countries who may go out to war over the issue of North Korean nuclear weapons. They include, but are not necessarily limited to, the two Korean nations, the U.S., China, and Japan. If the conflicts spreads, Iran, Israel, Russia, Pakistan, India and Australia could get sucked in too. As such, ALL WHO GO OUT TO WAR (the Army) was a more significant phrase than just war. It was found in the open text against odds of about 45 to 1. The same odds also apply to DMZ. MOAB was found at skip +1 against odds of about 39.8 to 1. Finally there is the issue of KOREA. I used four 5-letter spellings - with qof and cuf for the first letter plus hey and alef for the last letter. The name Korea was not known to anyone (other than God or Whoever else might have written the Torah). It is an English word, not used by Koreans. DMZ is also English, and while MOAB was known in Torah days, it was only the nation, but not the English abbreviation. While KOREA was found parallel to the axis term, by my protocol it was not at a special case skip and odds are only determined via the Roffman Skip formula in conjunction with Roffman Skip Tables. As such, KOREA was the least significant term, having had about a 19.7% chance to be found somewhere on the 456-letter matrix. Overall, the matrix was found against odds of about 24,945,951 to 1.
FIGURE 2: Figure 2 which shows the same MOTHER OF BOMBS axis term as shown in Figure 1, but it expands Figure 1 and shifts the focus up to show the best (modern) transliteration of TRUMP as well as CHINA, RUSSIAN, JAPAN, ISRAEL, and TO ROCKET. A transliteration of KOREA is shown, but it is at a different skip than that shown in Figure 1.
Figure 2 below is based on the same MOTHER OF BOMBS axis term as shown in Figure 1, but it expands Figure 1 and shifts the focus up to show the best (modern) transliteration of TRUMP as well as CHINA, RUSSIAN, JAPAN, ISRAEL, and TO ROCKET. A transliteration of KOREA is shown, but it is at a different skip than that shown in Figure 1.
STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF FIGURE 2. As per my usual protocol, no statistical significance was assigned to the axis term, here the only ELS of MOTHER OF BOMBS in unwrapped or wrapped Torah. The most significant a priori term found was TRUMP at the best spelling at skip -8. Here I need to repeat my protocol with respect to spellings of his name (and Obama's). Because of letter frequencies, 5-letter spellings of TRUMP will be found a lot less than 5-letter spellings of Obama. There are 4 possible spellings for Trump but only 2 spellings that I use for Obama. In unwrapped Torah (one computer pass through the 304,805 letters of Torah), the numbers are as follows (with the version used in the Hebrew press shown in bold print):
|TRUMP||NUMBER @ ELS||OBAMA||NUMBER @ ELS|
|tet resh alef mem pey||960||Alef vav bet mem hey||83,858|
|tav resh alef mem pey||9,132||Alef vav bet mem alef||79,682|
|tet resh mem pey||13,941|
|tav resh mem pey||139,672|
When I find the 5-letter spelling used in the press, I only use the frequency of that spelling to calculate odds. When I find an alternate spelling I use the combined frequency of all spellings. The odds against finding the modern spelling of TRUMP were about 116 to to 1. His name was the most significant a priori term found.
The next most significant term was RUSSIAN which was found at a special case skip against odds of about 43 to 1. Today again, for the 5th time since early in April, 2017 Russian bombers were flying inside our Air Defense Identification Zone. This time two of their Bear bombers were escorted by two of their Su-35 Flanker fighter jets. They were driven away from Alaska by U.S. F-22 fighter jets. The Russians have also been moving troops to its Korean border.
RUSSIAN was followed in statistical significance by CANNON which was found at a special case skip against odds of about 32 to 1. On this matrix ALL WHO GO OUT TO WAR (the Army) was found against odds of about 23 to 1. The crisis is due to North Korean rockets. Twice in the week leading up to day's article the United States has test fired InterContinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBMs) at targets over 4,000 miles out into the Pacific Ocean. The matrix has TO ROCKET at skip -1. Odds against finding either it or the noun for rocket at a special case skip were about 7.7 to 1. CHINA was found at a special case skip against odds of about 5.6 to 1. It remains to be seen which side they will support in a war. ISRAEL and JAPAN were on the matrix, but neither was statistically significant. However, whereas Israel is a primary topic in Torah (indeed, it is the last word in Torah), it is rarely statistically significant. JAPAN was not at a special case skip, and it had about an 83% chance to be found this way. As with Figure 1, the transliteration of KOREA shown was not very statistically significant. This one had about a 71% chance to be found on a matrix this large. Overall the matrix was found against odds of about 356,578,795 to 1 but that doesn't mean that the war is inevitable, even if it seems that way. Perhaps it would be wise to only include terms found against odds of at least 20 to 1. If so the terms of interest are TRUMP, RUSSIAN, CANNON, and ALL WHO GO OUT TO WAR (the Army). These terms alone were found on the full matrix against odds of about 3,833,499 to 1. If we add two terms found at special case skips against odds of at least 5 to 1 (TO ROCKET and CHINA) the odds are altered to 166,189,140 to 1. I am leery of offering odds this high, in part because these odds don't include the fact that some terms sought were not found (like Iran and atomic).
So, how do I think we should use the Code? Like a microscope. When looking at a slide on a microscopic stage, it's common to move the slide up or down. This is like what I did in shifting from Figure 1 to Figure 2. With a microscope with a revolving nosepiece or turret, you can shift from low to medium or high power. High power reveals the most detail, but the area covered is at a minimum. So with the Codes. When the area shown is small, with key terms found close to the axis term, their value will be high. When, under low power, the area covered by a microscope is high the detail will be lost but some problems missed with a smaller area seen at high power may become apparent at low power. Likewise, in working on the 456-letter Figure 1 I knew that TRUMP was out there but thought that his distance from the axis term would negatively impact the value of items found in Figure 1 too much. However, in reaching out to include TRUMP on the 880-letter Figure 2 I also picked up RUSSIAN, CHINA, and TO ROCKET all at special case skips. The result was a far more significant matrix.
Overall, between a special case skip find of RUSSIAN on Figure 2; plus PUTIN, ALLY, and PERSIA IN MAY on the matrix just published with an axis term of PRESIDENT PING, the message to U.S. Intelligence today as Russia sends Bear bombers and Su-35 fighters into Alaskan airspace is that we should watch our back and not place trust in Russia or in China when dealing with Kim Jong Un. As with the novel by Stephen Coonts, The Art of War, it's even possible that China would launch a devastating nuclear attack against our fleet or homeland, making it look like a North Korean attack. China may act like our friend and be happy to offer up Kim Jong Un on a sacrificial alter in an effort to diminish the power of our Pacific fleet and power in the far East. The importance of Coast Guard cannot be overstated at a time like this. We should also consider the possibility that North Korea could smuggle cobalt-lined nuclear devices in Mexico and detonate them just south of our border in San Diego or El Paso. I haven't yet checked the Code for these possibilities, but the longer we allow Kim Jong Un to rule the more such nightmare possibilities become probable.
TO BE DEVELOPED IN THE NEAR FUTURE: A discussion based on tactics and weapon systems that should be explored via the Code. The source of these discussions will be:
Part 4: How North Korea Would Retaliate
KOREA-RELATED MATRICES ON THIS SITE:
MAY 1, 2017: President (Jin)PING, WAR, KOREA, PUTIN AND IRAN
MARCH 20, 2017: North Korea and the threat of nuclear war.
May 5, 2015: North Korean Defense Minister Hyon Yong-Chol Shot
OCTOBER 14, 2014: Can Kim Jong Un be overthrown?
November 25, 2010: North Korean Attack On Yeonpyeong South Korea.
March 26, 2010: South Korean Ship Cheonan Sunk.