However, I am doing the sweep. The word "wise" is in high occupation around the Messianic Psalm.
From Ps 17-25, notice the huge numbers of the word wise.
Here is a loose finding. I have noted the numbers where I found tree codes.
I will add the search later, and adapt this post for us to keep.
So, get this. In around the Messianic Psalm, the codes I get there are often 66 Sapient words. That is 66 books.
The vision of Ezekiel. I haven not gone there, but I see the 66 there in my spirit. I do not know the number meanings as well as I would like. I am seeing numbers emerge.
What do you do with loads of tree codes? I will show you. I have a lot. Well, I had to decide. What we will do is note the most abundant. I puts stars by some. And the ones with the most abundant star sets around them will be the ones we look at.
Of these, the lights in the sky are the brightest.
We will check these codes out. All these are tree codes. The parentheses number is the occurence of the word Sapient. As to when you read these, read the glory cloud around the verse.
For these four,
92 (66 )
I am translating these to scriptures, so you can do the study.
Understand that the word in first place goes into the first verse of the word of the code. And this does not account for the word running backward. I don't recall them going backward. I guess I was not watching for that. Early in a set, they all run forward. And then, some go backward. The second word in high incidence in these scriptures I highlight is ruby.
You probably know we are centred around the Messianic Psalm, right?
Adonai has lights around these. So, Wise stands around God's plan, which included Jesus going to hell to take our punishment, like a slave, so he could stand up, and kick the bad pharaoh down.
Wise. Adonai is Wise.
There, we close. See you tomorrow.
Okay, one more.
Find the nutter.
In this set, Ch. 5-6 have the most words for "Sapient". The main keyword is Adonai. Not for the same code, but this chapter range is also where the highest incidence of Ruby is.
- https://www.biblegateway.com/quicksearch/?quicksearch=nut&qs_version=KJV (nuts!)
So, is a nut a fruit? I leave you with that.