Detection of Bible Code

February 28, 2013 1 comment
This article describes in theory the processes of automating the detection of steganographic content hidden within the plain-text of the Holy Bible. It also deals briefly with the concept of steganalysis, probabilities, normal distribution and how they all relate to Bible Code.


Despite what many believe, Bible Code is not an encryption, because the content we discover is not encrypted; however, it is like an encryption except that it is better defined as Linguistic Steganography which defines any intelligent message hidden within a text-based host.

In terms of Bible Code, our text-based host is the Holy Bible and our hidden intelligent message is our theory based on statistical evidence. In the following sections, we will briefly describe the concept of linguistic steganalysis and how it can be applied to Bible Code.

Linguistic Steganalysis

Linguistic Steganalysis is a new concept to Bible Code research that we are slowly developing and integrating into the DivineCoders Bible Code software. What we are accomplishing is a means to detect Bible Code in the Holy Bible using a programmatic automated process.

Steganography has been used to hide information in plain-sight for thousands of years and is still being utilized today in many electronic forms, such as the watermark. There are several ways to detect steganographic content, but not all of them apply to Bible Code.

This article focuses on linguistic steganography where we are expected to detect the presence of hidden messages within a data set for which there is no comparison; therefore, we are limited to only a few of its known detection methods which are the statistical, frequency, and logical analyses; although we have determined that there is no real deviation to be found in terms of character frequency in the Holy Bible when compared to what is known as relative frequency; therefore we are left with our remaining two viable detection methods.

Determining What’s Known

The process of Bible Code steganalysis begins with what is known. For this purpose we used a random data set containing more than 1 million terms that we consolidated to a little more than 86,000 unique terms which is used as a reference in a bruteforce algorithm that was designed to retrieve all possibilities between an equilateral skip of 1 and 1500 at each index between n and n+1000 indexes at a length between 3 and 10 characters.

So, as our automatic process is analyzing the text of the Holy Bible, it begins by focusing on blocks of text rather than the whole and quickly determines that which is known to be a valid English word from that which is unknown and assumed to be nonsensical gibberish.

At the end of our initial evaluation of each block of text, we then perform a statistical t-test, so to help us automatically determine the significance of each possible candidate.

Statistical T-Test

Our t-test allows us to determine the significance of discoveries by comparing our probability value with the mean value that is calculated from a large population of samples from which we derive our significance level which is used in comparison. To understand this concept, one should reference a Galton board and observe the law of large numbers in action.

To help imagine this process, think of a fair two-sided coin and take for instance the encoded word STATISTICS found in the book of Isaiah which has 10 characters. So, to discover a word of that size is like flipping a coin and it landing on the same side 10 times in a row.

If we were to view a Galton board, we would immediately notice that such things exist only in the outermost columns of the board which suggests significance where those columns located at the center of the device suggest what is to be expected as its normal distribution.

Therefore, our statistical t-test allows us to determine that which is the product of purpose from that which is thought to be random and it is because of this method that we are able to automate the steganalysis process in Bible Code when combined with bruteforce.

Logical Analysis

Considering that we have defined Bible Code as steganography and our hypothesis is that which expects there to exist an intelligent message encoded within the plain-text of the Holy Bible, our final step in this process is and should be a logical analysis done manually.

Here is where we begin to focus on the block of text that is defined by the index and length of each candidate. Our goal here is to locate additional terms that t-test HIGH and that also correlate logically until we form an intelligent message in adherence to our standards.


Automated detection is the future of Bible Code and we here at DivineCoders are working hard to bring this technology to your browser and PC. To keep up with our latest projects and research, please visit our facebook page and click “like” to receive our weekly updates.


Categories: Research

Tallit for a Sword

September 28, 2012 18 comments
Grab a sword and you will die with it, says Jesus. Sell your cloak and buy a sword, but only if you do not already have one, hints Jesus. Are these contradictions, does God want us to fight with swords or have we somehow misinterpreted this message? Let’s find out.


As always, we are, of course, going to provide to you a pure biblical perspective; however, in order to answer our audience fully, we must also spend a little time with the world. You will see how Jesus was not asking His disciples to arm themselves, but rather you will find that He was testing them when He told them to buy a sword. Furthermore, you will see how this was not just a test, but it was also a warning, one that should be taken quite seriously.

We hear too many Christians trying to use Luke 22:35-38 to justify the threat of violence, but we are here today to tell you quite honestly that you are very much in error. Much of the issue boils down to a single passage in the book of Luke and we tell you honestly that you have misunderstood its meaning and have effectively rejected our LORD and Savior, Jesus.

Hidden in Plain Sight

It is very easy to misunderstand the Gospel and Luke is no exception, especially chapter 22, verses 35 to 38, because as Gentiles, we lack a critical understanding of Jewish culture that is the key to understanding the true meaning of Luke 22:35-38.

35 And he said unto them, When I sent you without purse, and scrip, and shoes, lacked ye any thing? And they said, Nothing.

36 Then said he unto them, But now, he that hath a purse, let him take it, and likewise his scrip: and he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one.

37 For I say unto you, that this that is written must yet be accomplished in me, And he was reckoned among the transgressors: for the things concerning me have an end.

38 And they said, Lord, behold, here are two swords. And he said unto them, It is enough.

Above is our questionable passage found in Luke 22:35-38, so what we need to do in order to fully understand this passage is to look up the original Greek, so to see which Greek words were used, as doing so often tells us more than the English translations.

Tallit for a Sword

The word “garment” was translated from the Greek word, “himation”. In ancient Greece, the “himation” was not just any sort of garment, as the Greek lexicon might have you believe; on the contrary, the himation was worn over clothes, like a cloak, and would have been the closest thing that the Greeks had to compare to the Jewish “Prayer Shawl”.

Let’s not forget that Jesus and His disciples were faithful Jews and would have, indeed, worn a “Prayer Shawl”, because they would cover themselves with it while praying. In Hebrew the “Prayer Shawl” is called a “tallit” and the Jews were commanded by God to wear them while praying, as is described in the book of Numbers 15:38 and in Deuteronomy 22:12.

Therefore, allow us to translate Luke 22:36 using what we have just learned:

Then Jesus said, “But now, he that has a purse, let him take it, and treat it as a beggars-bag: and he without a sword, let him sell his tallit, and buy one.

Now that we have this verse in proper context, we can easily see that Jesus was testing the faith of His disciples. We know this because Jesus effectively said to His disciples, “those without faith in me, go buy a weapon to protect yourself”, because in Ephesians 6:17 we learn that the true “sword” of faith is the word of God and with Jesus was the word:

17 And take the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God:

In order to understand Luke 22:36 fully, we must now turn to Matthew 26:51-52:

51 And, behold, one of them which were with Jesus stretched out his hand, and drew his sword, and struck a servant of the high priest’s, and smote off his ear.

52 Then said Jesus unto him, Put up again thy sword into his place: for all they that take the sword shall perish with the sword.

Here is a passage that must be overlooked, because upon reading it, one would immediately detect a contradiction, assuming that we can be counted amongst the lot of those who believe that Luke 22:36 is suggesting that one buy weapons for their personal safety. What we are failing to consider is that we are trading our tallit for a sword.

In other words, one is effectively trading ones faith for a weapon; therefore, in turn, one is literally rejecting the offer of Salvation and attempting to bring about ones own salvation by foolishly relying upon oneself. The Bible says that no man can save himself and if he tries to save his own life, he will surely lose it. Honestly, the word of God cannot be more clear.


When Jesus asked His disciples if any of them had a sword, at least 10 said “No” and at least 2 said “Yes” and they showed Jesus actual swords. They were Jewish and should have known better than to consider selling their tallit, as God commanded them to wear it. Not even they understood the reference and their chance is gone, but you can reconsider.

We are asking you to sell your sword and to buy back your tallit. Place your faith in the word of God, which is your greatest sword of all, and love your enemies as yourself. Be reminded that we have a mighty God and that He truly wants to fight in your place.

For it is written, “Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord.” (Romans 12:19)


Categories: Arguments

Satan: God of this World?

September 22, 2012 9 comments
In 2 Corinthians 4:4 it states that the god of this world blinds the minds of unbelievers, so to keep them from hearing the gospel of Christ, so to become saved. Many Christians believe that this verse is referring to Satan as the god of this world -we disagree.


Many Christians understand and admit that Jesus was God in the flesh, but they don’t quite make the connection between YHWH and Jesus. If YHWH and Jesus are indeed both the same entity, then this would mean that Jesus is not just the creator, but He is also the destroyer; lest we forget about the Great Flood in Noah’s time that wiped out the entire planet.

The Bible states that God forms the light and creates darkness, He makes peace and creates evil, and that He, the LORD, does all of these things. (Isaiah 45:7) Do not be fooled, He is both our judge and lawyer, He is both our executioner and savior -all at once and this is why we should both fear His reprove and love His mercy, because He is truly all things.

Christians do not want to believe that God will punish them and they certainly do not want to even fathom that God would prevent sinners from being saved, because, quite simply they cannot imagine a single reason why God might want to prevent some sinners from being saved. Which is why we have written this article: To challenge an erroneous belief.

God of this World

Truly, the God of this world is and always has been the Creator. We challenge you to answer us, “At what point did God lose control of His universe?” Or, better yet, “At what point did God give away His control to Satan?” Where in the Bible was this exchange recorded?

Certainly, you can search the entire Bible from cover to cover and you will not find it, because it never happened. Case in point, in the book of Job, Satan had to ask for permission from God to attack Job. If Satan is indeed the “god of this world” then why would he need to ask the LORD for permission to control a world that he is supposedly the god of?

Honestly, we could thoroughly disassemble this concept using pure logic and from that alone we would prove our point; however, the following passages are far more evidential:

Isaiah 6:8-10

8 Also I heard the voice of the Lord, saying, Whom shall I send, and who will go for us? Then said I, Here am I; send me.

9 And he said, Go, and tell this people, Hear ye indeed, but understand not; and see ye indeed, but perceive not.

10 Make the heart of this people fat, and make their ears heavy, and shut their eyes; lest they see with their eyes, and hear with their ears, and understand with their heart, and convert, and be healed.

Here we see a passage in the book of Isaiah that tells us that the LORD made a command to prevent unbelievers from hearing His message, so that they cannot be healed by it.

John 12:39-40

39 Therefore they could not believe, because that Esaias said again,

40 He hath blinded their eyes, and hardened their heart; that they should not see with their eyes, nor understand with their heart, and be converted, and I should heal them.

Here we see a passage in the book of John that references Isaiah 6:8-10, which is a direct correlation between the salvation offered by the LORD and the salvation offered by Jesus Christ, therefore suggesting that they are the same offer, from the same source.

Why Would God Do This?

Hopefully, by now, you understand that the god of this world is truly the LORD and that Jesus Christ is the LORD. So, you are probably wondering, ‘Why would God reject sinners?’ And, the answer to that question can be found in Romans 1, in the following verses:

21 Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened.

25 Who changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator, who is blessed for ever. Amen.

29 Being filled with all unrighteousness, fornication, wickedness, covetousness, maliciousness; full of envy, murder, debate, deceit, malignity; whisperers,

30 Backbiters, haters of God, despiteful, proud, boasters, inventors of evil things, disobedient to parents,

31 Without understanding, covenantbreakers, without natural affection, implacable, unmerciful:

32 Who knowing the judgment of God, that they which commit such things are worthy of death, not only do the same, but have pleasure in them that do them.

So, we see that the answer is essentially because these people know God but have chosen to reject Him. Moreover, they are undesirable, untrustworthy, despicable, and vile. They will cause another harm for their gain. They are lustful and very wicked individuals.

The Bible calls these people scoffers and says that they are willfully ignorant of God’s word. These people are your evolutionists, atheists, humanists, satanists, etc. They are your Hitlers and Stalins, your Dawkins’ and Scotts, and all else who have willfully rejected God and have contributed in some way to one of the many man-made iniquities of this world.


We were made aware of this misconception and found that those who believe that the God of this world is Satan has been misguided. As followers of Christ, we want to offer our readers the truth about our God, even if it makes you angry. The truth will set you free.


Categories: Arguments

Owning the Golden Keyword

September 9, 2012 2 comments
It’s that time again to push the limits of technology, so to see farther, to dig deeper, and to discover that which exists on the outer edge of possibility. In this article, we will publish our results, provide a full analysis, and discuss our search for indications in Bible Code.


We used a list of 20,300 keywords that were all exactly 10 characters long. Out of that list of 20,300 keywords, only 19 keywords where found within the entire OT. Which means that only .094% or only 1 out of every ~1068 possible keywords in our list was discovered.


a = 20,300 possible keywords
b = 19 total keywords found


b/a * 100 = .094% of list found

And let,

a = 20,300 possible keywords
b = 19 total keywords found

Now, reduce both values by a factor of 19.


b/19 / a/19 = 1 / 1068.421 (1 out of ~1068) = .094% ✓


See a full list of the 20,300 keywords that we used to gather the following results:

Book Total Keyword(s)
Amos 0 N/A
Daniel 0 N/A
Deuteronomy* 0 N/A
Ecclesiastes 1 RENOTIFIES
Esther 0 N/A
Ezra/Nehemiah 0 N/A
Habakkuk 0 N/A
Haggai 0 N/A
Hosea 0 N/A
Jeremiah 1 N/A
Joel 0 N/A
Jonah 0 N/A
Joshua 0 N/A
Kings 1 N/A
Lamentations 0 N/A
Leviticus* 1 NATIONALLY
Malachi 0 N/A
Nahum 0 N/A
Obadiah 0 N/A
Proverbs 0 N/A
Psalms 0 N/A
Ruth 0 N/A
Song of Songs 0 N/A
Zechariah 0 N/A
Zephaniah 0 N/A

* Denotes one of the five books of Moses.


Our statistical analysis ends with calculating the probability value for each available keyword, because we do not have a sufficient amount of keywords at this time to perform a reliable t-test for groups of 10. Our results range from 0.000000541410 to 0.000008478672.

Keyword Book P-Value Unique
BANDOLIERS Chronicles 0.000000543226 YES
PRETESTING Chronicles 0.000000546954 YES
RESOUNDING Chronicles 0.000000541410 YES
RENOTIFIES Ecclesiastes 0.000004892631 YES
CONTRITION Exodus 0.000000814237 YES
ERADICATES Exodus 0.000000820252 YES
OVERLOADED Exodus 0.000000815734 YES
REBELLIONS Ezekiel 0.000000668656 YES
ADMITTANCE Genesis 0.000000709504 YES
LEADENNESS Genesis 0.000000717223 YES
RETROCEDED Isaiah 0.000000720629 YES
RETROCEDES Isaiah 0.000000721897 YES
STATISTICS Isaiah 0.000000715235 YES
CONSIDERED Job 0.000001448304 YES
REITERATED Judges 0.000001425970 YES
NATIONALLY Leviticus 0.000001089078 YES
NEMERTINES Micah 0.000008478672 YES
STONEBOATS Numbers 0.000000787889 YES
TANTALITES Samuel 0.000000595251 YES

If the value listed under the column Unique is set to YES, then this denotes that its associated keyword could only be found one time within the entire Old Testament.


Although, our list of keywords were preselected, we still had absolutely no control over which keywords would be discovered. Many of these keywords are quite uncommon in everyday speech, therefore we define each available keyword for your convenience, below:

Keyword Definition
BANDOLIERS A shoulder-belt with loops or pockets for cartridges (ammo).
PRETESTING A preliminary test that precedes the final test.
RESOUNDING A long and loud sound.
RENOTIFIES To inform or give notice to someone multiple times.
CONTRITION Sincere and profound remorse for sin.
ERADICATES To destroy someone or something completely and utterly.
OVERLOADED To load beyond capacity; to be overburdened.
REBELLIONS Resistance to or defiance of any authority, control, or tradition.
ADMITTANCE The permission or right to enter into a certain location.
LEADENNESS A profound sense of despair or loneliness; deep hopelessness.
RETROCEDED To have gone back; to have retired; to have receded.
RETROCEDES To go back; to retire; to recede.
STATISTICS The study of probabilities and outcomes in the natural world.
CONSIDERED To have thought about or decided upon a subject with care.
REITERATED To have repeated the same statement multiple times; often in excess.
NATIONALLY Pertaining to an entire nation as an organized whole unit.
NEMERTINES Any member of the invertebrate phylum Nemertea; ribbon worms.
STONEBOATS A flat sledge or drag used for transporting heavy materials.
TANTALITES A mineral consisting of a heavy dark lustrous oxide of mostly tantalum.


The list of keywords that were found are quite amazing, not just because they are all defying the odds while weighing in at an astonishing 10 characters long, but also because many of them appear to summarize the plain-text from which they were extracted.

Keep searching,

Categories: Advancements

Hell: The Truth About Eternity

July 8, 2012 33 comments
Many Christians believe, because many pastors preach that the torments of Hell will last forever. This article takes a biblical approach to this age old misconception and reveals the truth about Hell by exposing the inaccuracies of the, ‘Eternal Torment’ hypothesis.


The concept of an eternal Hell is a catastrophic misconception that has played a central role in mainstream dogma for as long as anyone can tell, yet according to scripture, the concept of an eternal Hell is one that is clearly, undeniably, and irrefutably heretical.

If you have gone your entire life believing in an eternal place of damnation, then this article is for you, as it is going to challenge you to your core and it will force you to seriously question that belief, perhaps for the first time. The shattering of this dangerous misconception will lead you to understand the reality of judgment like never before, as the Bible intended.

Judgement Day

If you turn to the book of Revelation, chapter 20, you will notice that here is a description of events that have not yet taken place where Christ will reign on earth for 1000 years and that Satan and his demons will surround the kingdom and God will destroy them with fire and the red dragon himself is cast into the eternal lake of fire, then the following happens:

12 And I saw the dead, small and great, stand before God; and the books were opened: and another book was opened, which is the book of life: and the dead were judged out of those things which were written in the books, according to their works.

13 And the sea gave up the dead which were in it; and death and hell delivered up the dead which were in them: and they were judged every man according to their works.

14 And death and hell were cast into the lake of fire. This is the second death.

Now, we want you to pay close attention to verse 13 where it states, “death and hell delivered up the dead which were in them”, then we want you to look at verse 14 where it states, “death and hell were cast into the lake of fire.” This would mean the following:

1. Hell and the Lake of Fire are not the same place, because the Bible states that Hell was “cast into the lake of fire”, which would suggest that Hell and the Lake of Fire must exist at two different locations, because one cannot logically “cast” something into itself.

2. When Hell and Death are finally cast into the Lake of Fire (which is eternal), both Death and Hell will be completely empty, so that the institutions themselves will be destroyed.

We now have absolutely no biblical reason at all to conclude that Hell will last for eternity. To state something different would be heretical, completely inaccurate, and contradictory.

Path to Salvation

Now that we know the truth about Hell, and that our time there as sinners is only temporary, we can freely spread the truth of the Gospel of Christ, so that every sinner will hear the truth and know that the second death is not eternal torment; it is a complete and permanent deletion of our existence, but that salvation is for those who choose to strive for it.

9 That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.

So, we see that Christ is the bridge between sinner and salvation for everyone. “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” (John 3:16)


We hope that we have made our case against an eternal place of torment and have provided you with enough information to continue your own study into Judgment and what this could mean for you and how you might find salvation through your faith in Jesus Christ.


Categories: Arguments

3D Bible Code Viewer

Have you ever wondered how Bible Code was encoded? Well, we have just spent the last 14 months answering this very question. In this article we will introduce to you our new 3D Bible Code Viewer, explain how it works, and we’ll even show you a few actual examples.


Our new 3D Bible Code Viewer is our take on the “Wheel of Formation”, described in the Sefer Yetzirah, that changes the way we view our results. Our users can now view their discoveries in a 3D geometric spiral projected upon a 2D surface and observe how Bible Code might have been encoded mathematically using a geometric algorithm.

In the examples below, you will see that our viewer will also draw a line that traverses about the spiral, therefore connecting each character in standard sequence, and by doing so we see a geometric shape within a geometric spiral take form and we can then see, quite clearly, how mathematics not only verifies our discoveries, but also defines how they were encoded.

How it Works

Our 3D Bible Code Viewer is easy to use and access via You can access the 3D viewer online by clicking the new “3D Viewer” button located above each matrix.

Although the output generated by our 3D viewer appears quite complex, the logical process is actually quite simple. Our 3D viewer uses a special ID code that tells our viewer where to find all of the associated keywords, indexes, and their respective ELS values.

From this data our viewer calculates the required length and size of the spiral and creates it using actual text from the Bible in the precise location where the keyword was found. Our 3D viewer then draws a line connecting each character, thus forming a geometric shape.

Unfortunately, large keywords or keywords with a large ELS value are currently not viewable by our 3D Bible Code Viewer, because 3D geometric spirals projected upon a 2D surface tend to grow rapidly outward and therefore become much too large to be processed online.

In this instance, our 3D viewer will denote that the event has taken place and any remaining output generation will continue until there are no further keywords to process. Therefore, in some cases, there may not be any available output generated by the viewer.

Our 3D Bible Code Viewer displays a separate visual representation for each individual term that is associated to each discovery, so in order to navigate through each image, simply click the thumbnail that represents the keyword you would like to load in the 3D viewer.

Actual Examples

Click any thumbnail below to view the full-size image.


To see our new 3D Bible Code Viewer in action, please checkout the free online demo.


See Also: New Advancements in Bible Code Research

Discovering the Golden Keyword

March 11, 2012 Leave a comment

Just recently, the DivineCoders Research Team has discovered seven “Golden” keywords and in this article we will reveal what those are and discuss how they might help us to unlock the secrets of Bible Code by indicating places in the text where messages are encoded.

Statistical Significance

Quite simply, we determine how average or above and below average a keyword is based on the mean value of the group with which they belong. Based on mathematical comparison, we are able to distinguish what is the product of purpose from that which is random.

The “Golden” Keyword

The “Golden” keyword is one that is both high in statistical significance and unique (relative to the entire Old Testament). To qualify as a “Golden” keyword, here are the conditions:

1. The keyword must t-test high.
2. The keyword cannot be found more than once within the same book.
3. The keyword cannot be found in more than one book.
4. The keyword must adhere to the DivineCoders Research Standards.

Needless to say, the “Golden” keyword is quite rare, nevertheless, our team has just recently uncovered several keywords that satisfy all of these conditions. Notice the incredible keyword STATISTICS, having 10 characters, which is currently the longest keyword on record:

UPDATE: Owning the Golden Keyword

Keyword Book #
CROWLEY Zechariah 7
DISOBEY Samuel 7
PRESIDENT Ezra/Nehemiah 9
LINCOLN Jeremiah 7

Needle and Haystack

Imagine a single needle in a haystack. If there is but one needle in the entire haystack, how would you go about finding it quickly? You could shuffle through each piece, which would last forever, or you could use a metal detector to help you pinpoint a possible location.

When you hear the “beep, beep, beep” that is an indication of where you should search and, if you were careful, you might find the needle a lot quicker, right? Well, that is our approach to Bible Code, where specialized software is our metal detector and the “Golden” keyword is our proverbial “beep, beep, beep” -telling us where we should begin our search process.


Now that we have developed the means to test for statistical significance and have identified several promising points of entry, we are now closer than ever to unlocking the secrets of the Bible. Next time we will dive deeper and explore the critical correlation process.


See Also: Owning the Golden Keyword