The New Bible Code

Welcome to the New Bible Code, a revelation that has been given to the world at this watershed moment in history. The code is found within the New International Version Bible (1984) and its release was triggered by the terrorist attacks of 11 September, 2001. This was a staged drama delivering a message about our current age, reflected in other millennial events and fully revealed within the biblical part of the code. The New Bible Code is founded upon the interconversion of words and numbers and owes much to the ancient practice of gematria, but also incorporates equidistant letter sequences, bible numerics, simple mathematical ideas and profound symbolism. The Author has signed his work for all to see. 

The Annunciation

The Watermark

The Garden

  • The Garden This page introduces the Garden, a holographic matrix containing a new type of code I call the double-witness.
  • The Creation An incredible matrix of paired encodings witness to God's creative power.
  • The Ark The Garden is revealed to hold the Ark of the Testimony.

The Sign

The Revelation of Jesus Christ

The NIV Bible

The Name

  • The Lord God This formal title for our Creator embodies beautiful geometric relationships.
  • Divine Proportions The proportions of the vesica piscis embody some divine numbers.
  • Triangular Trinity The names we give to each peron of the Trinity combine to form triangles.
  • In His Name The name 'Jesus Christ' has been carefully chosen for its geometric links.
  • Christ's Snowflakes The Lord's name is particularly linked to fractal snowflakes.

The Alpha and the Omega

  • The Alpha and the Omega A summary of some of the encodings I've found in the Masoretic Text, showing how they harmonise with the NIV encodings.
  • The Maker's Mark The New Bible Code has been validated by its Maker in a way that reveals both its self-reflectivity and its roots in the crown jewel of mathematics. New page.
  • Patterns of Meaning Further evidence, double-witnessed, that the gematria of the Creator is referencing Pascal's triangle. New page.

Decoding Methods

 Bill Downie 15/5/03 (new site created on 6/4/12)

Latest update 10/4/20