In Mark 11 we encounter the strange and unsettling account of Jesus causing a fig tree to wither. This is the same chapter as his triumphal entry into Jerusalem. Why would the son of God do something so impetuous, especially at this time? The episode is especially puzzling when we read that it was not even the season for figs. However, when the story is seen in the light of the New Bible Code, Jesus’ actions become very clear.
First of all, though, I would like to look at Jesus’ actions in the temple, where He took action against the moneychangers and vendors.
Mark 11:20 (NIV)
This verse recounts how the disciples came upon the withered fig tree.
20. In the morning, as they went along, they saw the fig-tree withered from the roots.
Mark 11:20 (o) = 803 = 11 x 73
The withered tree is named as a fig, which is the verse’s 11th word.
Fig = 22 = 11 x 2
Mark 11 is the Bible’s 968th verse. This is a double multiple of 11.
968 = 11 x 11 x 8
So the story of Jesus causing the fig tree to wither is revealed as a prophecy of 9/11. This is also anticipated in Deuteronomy 20:20.
A blazing light now illuminates this chapter, by which we clearly see that Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem on a colt and His actions in the Temple—overturning the tables of the moneychangers and the benches of the dove sellers—are all prophecies of 9/11. This, incidentally, was the only time that Jesus used violence during His ministry, anticipating the destruction wrought on 9/11.
Bill Downie 21/1/07
Latest update 18/9/09