The Theory of
Biblical Patterns
No mortal could have put
all of the patterns in
the Holy Bible without
divine intervention.
math on 37 patterns
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EZEKIEL 33:6 But if the watchman see the sword come, and blow not the trumpet, and the people be not warned; if the sword come, and take any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood will I require at the watchman's hand.

It should be noted that Moses may have put these patterns in the Book of Numbers on purpose because Moses knew that God wanted us to look for patterns.

Mission Statement: Where they were consumed we shall come.

Or put another way: Where they were consumed by sin, we shall come to all four corners of the earth, through this website, to bring the 'patterns' that prove that the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob wrote the Holy Bible.

Motto: His men you shall make.

Or put another way: We shall make God's created beings, the children of the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, believe the Holy Bible through 'patterns'.

Creed: Spare Terah and will circumcise

Or put another way: We have faith that because Terah, the father of Abraham, was spared to have offspring, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, that the traditions of the Jews, with the obvious help of God, had a tremendous impact on putting 'patterns' in the Bible.

Purpose: Where by Him who loins and in the dungeon and with his weapons place of concourse do do take Nob.

Or put another way: Our purpose is to conquer evil through patterns.

mission     motto     creed     purpose

This mission, motto, creed, and purpose are derived by an exact formula of searching for the first place at an offset more than one that the exact word 'patterns' is found in Holy Scripture, then extracting exactly the words in the next 7 times 70 characters at this offset that are found in Holy Scripture. All of the words are used in order other than mixing of sentences and none are not used. In other words, an exact formula is used with an exact result. This is clearly NOT Bible code, but an exact pattern that God intentionally put into the Holy Bible.

One would assume that the book 'Numbers' is the most appropriate book to find patterns in the Bible. In the Old Testament, the book 'Numbers', using biblehub.com is, when rounded down:
one 18th of the verses (1,292 / 23,308)
one 18th of the words (21,030 / 397,330) and
one 18th of the letters (63,763 / 1,208,819)

Either Stephan Langton and Robertus Stephenus intentionally put this pattern into the Bible when they split it into chapters and verses, or God directed them in the process.

If you do an Equidistant Letter Sequence search in the Koren edition of the Hebrew text, with an offset of two or more in all of the Old Testament for the word 'patterns', for 'The Theory of Biblical Patterns', the first place you find it is starting at the second letter of the fourth word of Numbers 30:4 at an offset of 18. This is the fourth time that 18 shows up. This pattern was discovered in the year 2018, that's five. If you look at the word numbers in the book of Numbers of 'firstborn' and 'first' to 'hundreth', both the count and value are evenly divisible by 18. This is also true for the value in the whole Old Testament from these number words looked at as individual words. The digits for the values of both chapter Numbers and the Old Testament add up to 18. Their are 27 word 'hundreds', 53 word 'thousands', and 1 word 'millions' whose value adds up to any multiple of 1,055,700 = 58,650 x 18. The count is 27 + 53 + 1 = 81, the reciprocal of 18. When looking at all of the numbers in the Old testament, the total is evenly divisible by 18. The digits add up to 36 which is evenly divisible by 18 The total hebrew places of the twelve tribes in numbers chapter two is evenly divisible by 18. The total hebrew values of the twelve tribes in numbers chapter two is evenly divisible by 18. The total hebrew digits of the places of the twelve tribes in numbers chapter two is evenly divisible by 18. The total hebrew digits of the values of the twelve tribes in numbers chapter two is evenly divisible by 18. The place values of all the verses in the Old Testament that contain the word 'pattern' is 7182 whose digits add up to 18, is evenly divisible by 18, has an 18 right in the middle and is also evenly divisible by the beginning 7 and the ending 2. Overall the probability of all of these 18s is about one in four trillion that this happened by chance, ignoring digit additions. The digit additions would add another 40000 to this calculation.

If you take the adjacent subsets of the number of electrons in the twenty amino acids in DNA ordered by size, 30 out of 210, 1 / 7 (7 is for divine perfection, 30 is for trinity times ten commandments), are evenly divisible by 18. Only eleven should be. 7 are evenly divisible by ten times 18, six times more than expected. The probability of this occurring by chance is about one in thirty thousand. This DNA evidence rules out any alternate theory.

There is a 1 in 1e579 probability that God did not write the Holy Bible based on the 100 patterns found in the very first verse. If you extrapolate that to all 31,102 verses, that is 1 in 1e18,000,000 chance that God did not write the Holy Bible.
The Hebrew word for patterns is searched for in the Hebrew Holy Bible. It is first found in Numbers at an offset of 18 in verse:

NUMBERS 30:4 And her father hear her vow, and her bond wherewith she hath bound her soul, and her father shall hold his peace at her: then all her vows shall stand, and every bond wherewith she hath bound her soul shall stand.

ושםע אביה את ןדרה ואסרה אשר אסרה על ןףשה והחריש לה אביה וקםו ךל ןדריה וךל אסר אשר אסרה על ןףשה יקום

relative positions of Genesis 1:1 divided by the Hebrew numeric value of Numbers 30:4, gives a remainder of the year that these patterns where originally discovered, 2018, and ends in the offset of 'patterns', 18.     num30_4.java

If you continue this offset of 18 for 7 rows of 70 characters, 7 * 70 = 490, and look for and highlight every word that is found in the Old Testament, you get the following: (Hebrew is read right to left)
דף וס ילהיהר אי הא יו אעןרהסשילקהיאי אן שי וקשרהםבוןהירבםאללםלארחץהרחאםבוותזתשלי
ישךםלבןעבתןוםוורםרםןש ובבורתםםםסשרבוךליוודףץיוותרשעעףםידולודיוןי הםי ותבי
הםוועוסןיובירסדדראתבחאתעשןולוערעסםןעהתןעבבםרהשיםדוםלארתץ לאריואבלבתךןןו

verify:       mission.java       translate.txt       desc1.txt       torah.txt       patterns.txt       find_patterns.java
In green is: דףוסי patterns (the word we are looking for)

In red is: איה תםם ןבא Where they were consumed we shall come (Mission Statement)

In orange is: אןשיו תעשןו his men you shall make (Motto)

In blue is: תשא תרח וםל spare Terah and will circumcise (Creed) (Terah is the father of Abraham, the father of the Jews.)

In purple is: איו בחי םםתןי ובבור וךליו הםיות תץל ןב Where by Him who loins and in the dungeon and with his weapons place of concourse do do take Nob (Purpose)

Note that the purpose comes exactly from the difference of looking at just the Torah or looking at the entire old testament when looking for Hebrew words.

This is where we get our Mission, Motto, Creed, and Purpose Please read my disclaimer fully and carefully to see my position on Bible Code. I believe that at least most of Bible Code is pure chance. What we have here is not Bible Code, but rather, patterns. We put in a specific word, 'patterns' And get only one very specific short, exact, non changing answer in patterns, where all of results are used and none of it is unused. This is as opposed to Bible Code where you look at a million characters with a million offsets for a million possible strings. This is a billion, billion things to look at. Of course you are going to find matches in any book including 'War and Peace'. These eleven 18s and four legitimate sentences that talk about our Mission, Motto, Creed, and Purpose are from the Holy Bible, have already occurred and are historically accurate and are clearly extremely statistically significant and thus either inspired by God or one incredible coincidence.

The probability of 'patterns' first being found in Numbers is 1 / 18. The probability that the first offset would be 18 is about 1 in 1,000. The probability that each word would fit into a sentence is about 1 in 10 or 1 in 10,000 for all four sentences. The probability that each sentence would be a valid Mission, Motto, Creed, and Purpose for 'The Theory of Biblical patterns' is about 1 in 10 for each sentence or 1 in 10,000 for all four. This implies that there are no more than 640 billion possible Missions, Mottos, Creeds, and Purposes Therefore, the overall probability is about 1 in 1E12 * 100,000,000,000, 1 in 1E23, one in one hundred, billion, trillion, even if you ignore the DNA factor, a highly improbable chance encounter. The 'purpose' may be pure chance even though it shows up exactly if you include all Hebrew words found in the Old Testament as opposed to only the Torah. 'Loins' is used as a verb. It is interesting to note that 'Nob' is hidden under 'we shall come'. There are about 130,000,000 printed books in the world, therefore, the probability that this would occur in any other book in the world is about 1 in 100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 divided by 130,000,000 = 1 in 7E14 or 1 in seven hundred trillion. The probability, out of 3,500 years, that it would be discovered in 2018, a year ending in 18, is 1 in 100.

If you disagree, please click feedback below and try to convince me how this could have possibly happened without divine intervention. If you roll one hundred dice and fifty of them come up three, either you have trick dice, or a miracle has occurred, ask any mathematician. The probability of that happening, with the dice, by chance is about one in sixty trillion.

37 + 18 = 73 - 18. 18 is double trinity squared which is 2*3^2, which is the trinity surrounded by 2s. This may help explain where the 2 comes from in 2018. (2+0)*(1+8) = 18. 2*3^2 numbers also add up to 7 which has a 3 right in the middle, again that 3 and 7, the two most holy digits from Genesis 1:1. If you add the 1 to the 8 you get 3 squared. If you substract the 1 from the 8 you get 7. Again, the 3 and 7, the two most holy digits. 18 times 2 + 1 = 37. 18 times 4 + 1 = 73. There are 187 chapters in the Hebrew Torah, ((18 X 10 commandments) + divine perfection 7). There are 3 digits in 187 and the digits ultimately add up to 7 (1 + 8 + 7 = 16, 1 + 6 = 7), again the two most holy digits 3 and 7. The names of all five SCOTUS Justices who usually but not always follow the US Constitution, with one noted exception, and will rule on 'The Theory of Biblical Patterns' in public schools, are found in all 187 chapters of the Torah. It should be pointed out that these digit manipulations in this paragraph can be done with other numbers as well. I show them here only as a curiosity.

You can check if names are evenly divisible by 18 here. Just to have a little bit of fun with this, a friend once told me that: "My boat (Ark) came in, but I was at the airport (campus)." For the record, we expect the Christians who have survived the flood of immorality in the world to go out into the world to convert agnostics to Christianity through 'The Theory of Biblical Patterns'.

I mention all of these things just to make a statistical point, that some of the very basic patterns in the Bible could be by human design. The authors of the Bible could have made all of the numbers evenly divisible by 18 on purpose, we will never know. Although the mission statement, motto, creed, and purpose would have been extremely difficult and the DNA manipulation impossible.

The 37 primary patterns of Genesis 1:1 are another matter all together. They are so complicated, so interrelated, so interdependant that no human being, or alien if you believe in that sort of thing, could have possibly put all 37 patterns in Genesis 1:1, no matter how much technology they may or may not have had available to them, without divine intervention. This is exactly the kind of reason that every high school student in the United States should be required, as a condition of getting a high school diploma, to take a course in 'The Theory of Biblical Patterns' so that they better understand probability and statistics, and thus be able to sort out human design, coincidence, and something inspired.

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