9/11: Matthew

Just like the Old Testament, the New Testament is filled with references to 9/11. In previous pages there are several examples of numbers related to Jesus Christ being found in confluence with 11 and its multiples, 11 being the key number for 9/11. In the New Testament, many of these confluences are found in narratives about the life of Jesus Christ.


Matthew 5:21 (NIV)

This verse states the admonition against murder. The gematria reflects this theme, as does the chapter and verse numbers, which imply 521. Note that, as with many of the most significant encodings, the numbers are encoded as ordinal values, but take on meaning under the standard value system.

21. “You have heard that it was said to the people long ago, ‘Do not murder, and anyone who murders will be subject to judgment.’

Matthew 5:21 (o) = 1151
Beelzebub (s) .....= 1151
Beast (s) ..............= 521


Matthew 7:19 (NIV)

Here, Jesus is telling us that trees that do not bear good fruit are cut down. This verse bears the same message as Deuteronomy 20:20 and Mark 11:20.

19. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire.

Matthew 7:19 (o) = 779

Matthew 7:19 is the New Testament’s 191st verse. Look at these three numbers: 719, 779 and 191. Do they not resemble 911? I think that the ‘trees without good fruit’ are the twin towers.

Related to this verse is Mark 8, the Bible's 968th chapter, where a fig-tree Jesus cursed the day before withers, another prophecy of the fall of the towers. 968 is 11 x 11 x 8. The verse has an ordinal value of 11 x 74.


Matthew 17.6

This is a verse in the first passage describing Jesus' transfiguration. He takes Peter, John and Paul up a high mountain (the four airplanes on 9/11, the mountain representing the twin towers), He is transfigured, his face shines like the sun (the planes hitting the towers) and he is joined by Moses and Elijah (the three men at the Crucifixion). As Peter offers to put up shelters for them all a bright cloud envelops them (the smoke coming from the towers). God tells them Jesus is his son, with whom he is pleased and they should listen to him  (9/11 was Jesus' return in glory). The disciples then fall to the ground (the fall of the towers).

Matthew 17 is the Bible's 946th chapter and the chapter and verses imply 176

946 = 11 x 86

176 = 11 x 16

Here is the verse:

6. When the disciples heard this they fell face down to the ground, terrified. (o) = 676 = 169 x 4

Coming (s) = 169

Matthew 17.6 is the NIV Bible's 23707th verse.

23707 .........= 151 x 157

Jesus Christ (o) .....= 151

Christ's Coming (o) = 157

The Transfiguraion is therefore another prophesy of the Second Coming on 9/11.


Matthew 20:34

In this verse, Jesus touches the eyes of two blind men, restoring their sight. See also John 9.11.

34 Jesus had compassion on them and touched their eyes. Immediately they received their sight and followed him.

This verse is Matthew's 682nd, this being 11 x 62.

The two blind men, representing the towers and NY/Arlington, link the verse to 9/11. The restoration of their sight, representing spiritual renewal, hints at the Second Coming. 

Matthew 24:2 (NIV)

This chapter is the first in the New Testament to concern itself with ‘the end of the age’. In one of the Bible’s clearest references to 911, Jesus tells his disciples that, at this time, the temple will be destroyed.

2. “Do you see all these things?” he asked. “I tell you ...

1st 11 words Matthew 24:2 (o) ...............= 440 = 11 x 40

September the eleventh, two thousand and one (o) = 440

2. “Do you see all these things?” he asked. “I tell you the truth, not one stone will be left standing on another; ...

1st 22 words Matthew 24:2 (o) = 968 = 11 x 11 x 8

The chapter and verse numbers, 24 and 2, taken together read 242.

242 = 11 x 11 x 2


Bill Downie 15/6/06

Latest update 15/9/09

9/11: Mark