MOSHE FEIGLIN OF LIKUD
FEIGLIN'S CHALLENGE OF NETANYAHU SEEMS ENCODED
Not everyone can find their name in the Torah Code, but where a name does appear at an ELS, in accordance with the Talmud, there seems to be a tendency to have related material or people run through it. This matrix is an example, as on the third shortest ELS of FEIGLIN, a hardline extreme right wing Likud party member who is now challenging Netanyahu, we see that NETANYAHU at skip +1 intersects and shares the last letter with Feiglin's name. The mem (M) before FEIGLIN is the initial for Feiglin's first name (Moshe), but this was noticed only after producing the matrix. NETANYAHU was sought a-priori. As such, the probability calculation was run just for Netanyahu at skip +1 to be in a 42 letter box with FEIGLIN (rather than for Netanyahu to be in a 48-letter box with M. Feiglin). The match was significant, equal to about 1 chance in 151 (p = .0066). An account of Feiglin's agenda is found in HaAretz. On the matrix in question, FEIGLIN is seen coming up from below and to the right of NETANYAHU, a position which matches reality very well. Note: This matrix is based on more than 1 computer pass through the Torah. It requires software like CodeFinder to reproduce.