Code by Fab

Cydonia is a hill. - Alas! An accident, he revealed. - He shall expose the mount; Fab!

I found an interesting connection between the horizontal term running backward "a portrait we will study" and the verse in which it is found (Deuteronomy 9:2); the partly coded expression "face of the sons of Anak" share most of its letters with the horizontal coded expression, "Anak" shares 2 letters with "portrait".

- The main term itself "Cydonia" (minus "hill") is at its lowest skip in the whole Torah. Upon checking for possible extensions of this term I noticed it was followed by "hill".

- The first letter of the main term is found in Deuteronomy 4:17 "the likeness of any beast that is on the earth, the likeness of any winged fowl that flieth in the heaven". The whole context is also interesting since it is about the prohibition to make any graven image, similitude of any figure, etc... (see also Exodus 20:4, Deuteronomy 4:23, 5:8).

- All the other terms were found with the "identify word" function built in the Keys to the Bible (or Bible Codes 2001) software and subsequently extended.




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