Close up of the overlay of the moon at peak eclipse position as given by “Time and Date” superimposed over the men-tekel picture code. Note how perfectly the moon fits into the crossbeam of the middle cross of the mene-code, which is also the middle letter of the Mene-tekel matrix (as explained in the image before this). In other words, a perfect bow eye. A one-in-a-million chance. And this crossbeam reads, “weighed in the balance”. The entire picture code is perfectly balanced in every way, something I could not do if I tried, let alone tie it into the January eclipse.