The Bible code (Hebrew: הצופן התנ"כי, hatzofen hatanachi), also known as the Torah code, is a purported set of secret messages encoded within the Hebrew text of the Torah.
"Bible Code" = 39 (Full Reduction)
"Bible Code" = 57 (English Ordinal)
"Bible Code" = 100 (Jewish)
"Bible Code" = 1116 (Reverse English Sumerian)
"hatzofen hatanachi)" = 79 (Full Reduction)
"hatzofen hatanachi)" = 160 (English Ordinal)
"hatzofen hatanachi)" = 881 (Jewish)
"הצופן התנ"כי" = 50 (Hebrew Reduction)
"הצופן התנ"כי" = 122 (Hebrew Ordinal)
"הצופן התנ"כי" = 716 (Hebrew Gematria)
"הצופן התנ"כי" = 1366 (Hebrew Soffits)
"Torah code" = 44 (Full Reduction)
"Torah code" = 89 (English Ordinal)
"Torah code" = 431 (English Extended) 83rd prime
"Torah code" = 404 (Satanic)
"Torah code" = 301 (Jewish)
Contemporary discussion and controversy around one specific steganographic method became widespread in 1994 when Doron Witztum, Eliyahu Rips and Yoav Rosenberg published a paper, "Equidistant Letter Sequences in the Book of Genesis", in the scientific journal Statistical Science. The paper, which was presented by the journal as a "challenging puzzle", presented strong statistical evidence that biographical information about famous rabbis was encoded in the text of the Book of Genesis, centuries before those rabbis lived.
"Equidistant Letter Sequences" = 111 (Full Reduction)
Since then the term "Bible codes" has been popularly used to refer specifically to information encrypted via this ELS method.
"Bible codes" = 40 (Full Reduction)
"Bible codes" = 190 (Jewish)
Other types of Bible codes
Rabbi Weissmandl pointed out that if you combine the three small letters together they form the word תשז, which in the accepted Hebrew notation for year numbers (using Gematria) corresponds to the Jewish year 707 Anno Mundi, which is the Jewish year that the 10 Nazi leaders were executed (October 16, 1946 corresponds to Tishrei 21, 5707, the day known as Hoshanna Rabba, the day of severe judgments for the nations of the world, according to the Jewish calendar).
"Hoshanna Rabba" = 104 (English Ordinal)
"Hoshanna Rabba" = 324 (Jewish)
"Hoshanna Rabba" = 773 (Trigonal) 137th prime
The seventh day of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, 21st day of Tishrei, is known as Hoshana Rabbah (Aramaic: הוֹשַׁעְנָא רַבָּא, "Great Hoshana/Supplication").
"הוֹשַׁעְנָא רַבָּא" = 32 (Hebrew Reduction)
"הוֹשַׁעְנָא רַבָּא" = 86 (Hebrew Ordinal)
"הוֹשַׁעְנָא רַבָּא" = 635 (Hebrew Gematria)
This day is marked by a special synagogue service, the Hoshana Rabbah, in which seven circuits are made by the worshippers with their lulav and etrog, while the congregation recites Hoshanot. It is customary for the scrolls of the Torah to be removed from the ark during this procession. In a few communities a shofar is sounded after each circuit.
"Hoshanna Rabbah" = 58 (Full Reduction)
"Hoshanna Rabbah" = 112 (English Ordinal)
"Hoshanna Rabbah" = 266 (Reverse Ordinal)
"Hoshanna Rabbah" = 77 (Reverse Full Reduction)
"Hoshanna Rabbah" = 332 (Jewish)
"Hoshanna Rabbah" = 45 (Chaldean)
"Hoshanot" = 347 (Jewish)
"21st day of Tishrei" = 181 (English Ordinal)
"21st of Tishrei" = 550 (Jewish)
"21 Tishrei" = 46 (Full Reduction)
"21 Tishrei" = 304 (Jewish)
"twenty first Tishrei" = 1314 (Reverse English Sumerian)
The modern day observance of the rituals of Hoshana Rabbah are reminiscent of the practices that existed in the times of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. During Sukkot, the four species are taken in a circuit around (inscribing the perimeter, not circumscribing the actual building) the synagogue once daily. On Hoshana Rabbah, there are seven circuits.
Making a circuit around the bimah on Sukkot while each person holds the four species in his hands has its origin in the Temple service, as recorded in the Mishnah: "It was customary to make one procession around the altar on each day of Sukkot, and seven on the seventh day" (Sukkah 4:5). The priests carried the palm branches or willows in their hands. The entire ceremony is to demonstrate rejoicing and gratitude for a blessed and fruitful year. Moreover, it serves to tear down the iron wall that separates us from our Father in Heaven, as the wall of Jericho was encompassed "and the wall fell down flat" (Joshua 6:20). Furthermore, the seven circuits correspond to the seven words in the verse Erhatz benikayon kappay, va'asovevah et mizbahakha Hashem - "I wash my hands in purity and circle around Your altar, O Lord" (Psalms 26:6).
Each "hoshana" is done in honor of a patriarch, prophet or king.
Moses (the most important Hebrew prophet)
Aaron (Moses's brother, the first Kohen Gadol, or High Priest)
Joseph (the three Patriarchs and Jacob's most famous son)
David (the most important king of Israel)
"Hoshana" = 311 (Satanic)
"Hoshana" = 198 (Jewish)
"Hoshana" = 199 (Primes)