“The law of Hashem is perfect, restoring the soul; the testimony of Hashem is sure, making wise the simple.” Psalms 19:8 (The Israel Bible™)
A new Bible codes video contains all the significant elements of the assassination of Russia’s ambassador to Turkey in shocking detail, proving once again, in the words of international Bible codes expert Rabbi Matityahu Glazerson, that “Torah is the blueprint of creation and everything is in the Torah.”
Russian ambassador Andrei Karlov was murdered by 22 year-old Mevlut Mert Aydintas, who worked as a member of the Ankara riot police, on Monday night in Ankara, Turkey. Brandishing a gun, Aydintas proclaimed that the assassination was an act of jihad in protest against Russian involvement in Aleppo, Syria and against recent cooperation between Russia and Turkey.
As news of the assassination broke, Rabbi Glazerson found a table that contained all of its major elements, including the date, the location, the name of the victim and even the terror motive, encoded in the Torah. All these codes were found in a single book of the Bible, Leviticus, and primarily in chapter 13. According to Rabbi Glazerson, the proximity of all these codes to one another makes the table especially significant.
Rabbi Glazerson points out the code for hashagrir which is Hebrew for “the ambassador” and haRusi, which is a Hebrew adjective meaning “the Russian.” He also points to the last name of the victim, Karlov, spelled in Hebrew letters. Nearby, he shows the codes for Turkey and Ankara spelled in Hebrew letters.
In the same table, he also found the Hebrew letters tav, shin, ayin, zayin, which represent the current Hebrew year of 5777, proving that the Bible codes place the event in its correct time.
In his book Torah Codes: A Glimpse Into the Infinite, Rabbi Glazerson explains how Bible codes are a vehicle for the nations to recognize the wisdom of Israel. He makes the case that the codes are a fulfillment of the prophecy of Zephaniah.
For then will I turn to the peoples a pure language that they may all call upon the name of Hashem to serve Him with one consent. Zephaniah 3:9
According to Rabbi Glazerson, “‘Pure language’ means Hebrew. Torah codes are only in the Hebrew language.”