The secret of One ‘head-over-heels’ in love

This post has been written in rough form. I hope to smooth it out later.

On Nov. 23, 2018, the second part of the ‘Writing on the Wall’ cipher was revealed. (It was published/unsealed 13 days later). This code ended up producing about 60 posts.

Three days ago on April 21st, 2020, I thought to myself that I better start reading from the Hebrew Bible again because I was starting to forget the language. I thought to myself that it would be wonderful to explain the “Balance Bible Code” afresh, and so ‘I better brush up on my Hebrew’.

Because the core of the Balance Bible Code is found in Isaiah 46:1-6, I decided to begin reading from the Hebrew Bible in the Book of Isaiah, beginning from the 40th chapter.

I didn’t get very far!

There is a benefit to being very slow in your Hebrew. It meant that I had to read very slowly. And when I got to the fourth verse I spotted a code! I was not looking for a cipher to crack, but there it was — staring me in the face.


I spent the next two days pouring over it.

Today its time to reveal it — time to unseal it!

First, a little background

The “Balance Bible Code” and the “Writing on the Wall Code” are much the same code in that the context of both is the exile and return from Babylon in 539 BC. Both are referred to often in posts over the past 515 days since the Wall code, (i.e., the Mene Tekel Peres Code).

The past dozen or so posts have had a reoccurring theme: “The reversal of time”, likened unto ‘a river of time’. To the ancient Hebrew mind, such a river flows from its “head” to its “foot” (‘heel’), top to bottom, (Gen. 2:9-14). As we shall see, the expression “Head over heels” takes on a new and wonderful meaning.

The ‘River of Time’ was the theme of the previous post:

“River of Time flows backward. (Waterfall of Raphael).”

Angel Raphael Waterfalls — the heel of the river — suddenly dries up. The fractal of Raphael is superimposed

The above post is about the reversal of time. On Feb. 2nd, our calendar read 02-02-2020, and can be read forward or backward, etc.

I wrote a post about it on that same day, Feb. 2nd. 02/02/2020 was a popular day to wed due to its unique feature — a ‘palindrome’ that happens every 900 years or so. The sign of the drying up of the Raphael Waterfalls also happened that same day.

The code is found in Isaiah 40:4

Every valley shall be raised up,
every mountain and hill made low;
the rough ground shall become level,
the rugged places a plain.

The article two posts ago is also pertinent to the ‘Head-over-Heels’ code.

“Notre-Dame Fire and the Double-Slit experiment.”

Below is a quote from the “Double-Slit” post. The quotation is important because Isaiah 40:4 is specifically referenced. As we shall see, Isaiah 40:4 contains a powerful code — whether before seen I do not know — but obvious once shown. The code leaves you with one of two choices.

Either Isaiah planted it or God did. There are no other reasonable alternatives.

But could a man really pull off such a feat?

This is what you will have to decide once you know the code.

The odds of the code lodged there randomly are about one in a trillion.

And it’s all contained in one verse — even half-a-verse, and therefore easily digestible.

Below is an excerpt from the said Notre-Dame post from April 12, 2020. This is an exact quote, including the “Update”.

Also, compare the top view of the brown roof that also forms a cross in the same shape as the said yellow large cross of the “Calendar of Signs”. Every tower must fall, and the low places raised up! 

I began working on this post on Easter morning. (Recall the opening words to this post.) About the same time that I wrote the above caption and it was posted (1:37 PM), a severe tornado outbreak was ramping up that killed 34 across the United States with 155 tornados. During the storms, a steeple-tower at a Baptist Church caught fire and collapsed in Alabama. Lightning had struck the tower at 12:45 PM and was reported in numerous news outlets.

I mention this because when I wrote those words, "Every tower must fall...", I sensed then that I was prophesying, with emphasis on the word "Every".

Therefore, the Lord says this, 'No institution will be spared in the great equalizing on His balance, not even those close to Him', (Isa 40:4,12 -- 'Coincidentally', see next image that literally depicts Isa 40:4,12).
This image was posted Dec. 6, 2018. That’s the day that was named “unsealed.” Carefully compare this image to ‘Calendar of Signs’ and notice the same overlay of letters. Compare the lower yellow cross and letters here with the large yellow cross in the Calendar of Signs. They overlap. Then notice what the two signs are that occurred either side (vertically) of the yellow cross on the Calendar of Signs  — they both had to do with a mountain, which is also what this image is of. It’s a mountain that forms a large balance: “Tekel תקל, You are weighed in the balance,” Dan. 5. Also, note the moon-serpent (pink) that rises to swallow the sun

Why was it necessary to explain the background to this code?

The background to the “Head-over-Heels” code was important to explain because it demonstrates that this secret message was revealed on this day by God, and not man.

The code itself is one-in-a-trillion, but add to this the style of the code, and where it is found, and its connection to “The Balance Bible Code” and “Writing on the Wall Code”,  the odds are actually one-in-a trillion times another one-in-a-trillion for it to be the same ‘forwards-and-backward’ type of code, the same verse, the same message, and also directly linked to the same Balance Bible Code discussed at length April 10th, 2020, just two weeks ago from the date of this post.

‘Head-over-Heels Code’ in a nutshell

First, the context: ‘A highway is prepared for those returning to Zion,’ (that is, ‘Going in the reverse direction back the way they came’ — like the code itself does as we shall see!)

Isaiah 40:1-5

Comfort, comfort my people,
    says your God.
Speak tenderly to Jerusalem,
    and proclaim to her
that her hard service has been completed,
    that her sin has been paid for,
that she has received from the Lord’s hand
    double for all her sins.

A voice of one calling:
“In the wilderness prepare
the way for the Lord;
make straight in the desert
a highway for our God.
Every valley shall be raised up,
every mountain and hill made low;
the rough ground shall become level,
the rugged places a plain.
And the glory of the Lord will be revealed,
and all people will see it together.
For the mouth of the Lord has spoken.”

The code is found in the 4th verse. It starts at the first letter and ends on the last letter of Isaiah 40:4, as it is written four chapters later:

This is what the Lord says—

Israel’s King and Redeemer, the Lord Almighty:

I am the first and I am the last;

apart from me there is no God. Isa. 44:6

There are 50 Hebrew letters in Isaiah 40:4. The code begins at the very first letter. Start from the first letter and then skip every seventh letter seven times (7 x 7 letters), two words appear in Hebrew (כשופ השסה). The two words set the stage for the main code. Symbolically, “7 x 7” (using the full 50 letters) symbolizes perfection and completion, as at Pentecost or in the year of jubilee, (Luke 4:17).

This is just a summary about the code, so I will not go into detail about these two words now, כשופ השסה.

Those two words כשופ השסה in ancient Hebrew mean: “Like someone who snatches the plunder”.

There is much to explain, but I will not be distracted from the main point. The word שופ (‘to bruise’, ‘crush’, ‘strike’, ‘snap at’) is found just four times in the Bible. Note how it is used the first time in the Bible as that sets the stage for all that follows. It is found twice and is located in the very first prophecy in the Bible.

Click on this link to the Blue Letter Bible. It will explain the meaning more fully. It means to “lie in weight” in order to seize or attack an object.

שׁוּף שופ shûwph, shoof; a primitive root; properly, to gape, i.e. snap at; figuratively, to overwhelm:—break, bruise, cover.

Genesis 3:15-16

And I will put enmity

between you and the woman,

and between your offspring and hers;

he will שופ crush b your head,

and you will שופ strike his heel.”

To the woman he said,

“I will make your pains in childbearing very severe;

with painful labor you will give birth to children.

Your desire will be for your husband,

and he will rule over you.”

The second verse, here, about childbirth, is important. It ties in with the birth of the twins in the womb of Rebekkah, (Isaac’s wife)  who struggled within her womb. The twins are Jacob and Esau, one born rugged and hairy, the other of smooth skin.

The babies jostled each other within her, and she said, “Why is this happening to me?” So she went to inquire of the Lord.

The Lord said to her,

“Two nations are in your womb,

and two peoples from within you will be separated;

one people will be stronger than the other,

and the older will serve the younger.”

When the time came for her to give birth, there were twin boys in her womb. The first to come out was red, and his whole body was like a hairy garment; so they named him Esau. (Genesis 25:22-25. ‘A hairy garment’ like John the Baptist, I might add.)

I am trying to keep this short, so, in a nutshell, when they came out of the womb, Jacob seized the heel of his brother Esau with his hand. When you think about it, this must also mean that Esau, therefore, had his foot on or near the “head” of his brother Jacob.

It’s a picture of Genesis 3:15-16.

The rest of the story about Jacob and Esau is all about who gets the inheritance — that is, who seizes the plunder. For though the inheritance is something freely given, both connived and fought to have it as if it were a prize to plunder.

Eventually, Jacob straightened up and was no longer crooked (as the name-change of Jacob to Israel implies.) Jacob, upright in his own eyes, later hobbled along to meet his brother by the “Crooked Brook”, known in the Hebrew tongue as the “Jabbok River”,  a play on words for ‘Jacob’. (Gen. 32).

Keep in mind that the name “Jacob” is a play on words for “one who snatches the heel”. The word Jacob is the same as that found in Genesis 3:15.

All this will be important later in order to understand what the main code in Isaiah 40:4 is saying. It should not be too hard already to see the connection — especially in the original Hebrew.

As you read these verses again, keep in mind that “rough ground” in Hebrew is related to the word for heel and  Jacob. Recall smooth-skinned (crooked) Jacob, who fled from exile to return home, only to meet along the highway his rough-skinned twin brother.

A voice of one calling:
“In the wilderness prepare
the way for the Lord;
make straight in the desert
a highway for our God.

Every valley shall be raised up,
every mountain and hill made low;
the rough ground(‘Jacob’) shall become level (i.e., made Israel/’upright of God’ — Jeshurun),
the rugged places a plain.

That was more background than I intended!

“Like the seizing of plunder” כשופ השסה

One final note about the word for plunder שסה. It is a more common word than ‘shuph’ שופ. It is used several times in the book of Isaiah. Importantly, once it is spelled as ששה instead of שסה, in Isaiah 10:13. The switching of the letters for “s’ from ס to ש is fairly common, for they both can have the same sound. In other words, השסה can also be spelled as הששה. Thus, the word reads forward and backward the same. (We touch on the “sh’ or ‘s’ in ש later.)

הששה is an insignificant point out of context — but in context is huge.

Now for the main code.

The nine-letter palindrome

  1. a word, phrase, or sequence that reads the same backward as forward, e.g., madam or nurses run.

The second half of Isaiah 40:4 contains an eight-letter palindrome — however, it is nine letters long when the whole code is cracked using the key.

Recall that the previous post (‘coincidentally’) was about the numeric palindrome — just four numbers long: 02-02-2020.

But here we have a palindrome eight letters long!  And it is much harder on average to have one letter repeat itself in reverse order randomly than it is for this to happen randomly with a digit between one and ten.


By analogy, to have eight (or nine) letters in a row found in reverse within just four Hebrew words is like having your phone number with area code of your cell phone and house phone having opposite digits like this: Your house phone is 012-345-6789 and your cell ‘coincidentally’ is the reverse, that is, 987-654-3210.

The odds of having two phone numbers randomly like this are about one in a billion, (10^9). But the full nine-letter palindrome is much harder than even this, about one in a trillion, (10^12).

Thus, it’s very likely a code.

But what the palindrome reads and the image it produces prove this beyond any reasonable doubt.

Now to the fun part!

The key to the riddle is right where you would expect it!

There is a verse in the Bible that whenever I read it always reminds me of the Picture Codes encoded with the Bible. (I spent about ten years studying and explaining them within about 400 articles.)

It pleased the Lord

for the sake of his righteousness

to make his law great and glorious. (Isaiah 42:21)

I will tell you what the double-sided key is first (Isaiah 42:22) and then return to the locked-code at Isa. 40:4. The context of the verse is important so I have included it below.

Israel Blind and Deaf (Isa. 42)

18“Hear, you deaf;

look, you blind, and see!

19Who is blind but my servant,

and deaf like the messenger I send?

Who is blind like the one in covenant with me,

blind like the servant of the Lord?

20You have seen many things, but you pay no attention;

your ears are open, but you do not listen.”

21It pleased the Lord

for the sake of his righteousness

to make his law great and glorious.

22But this is a people plundered and looted,

all of them trapped in pits

or hidden away in prisons.

They have become plunder,

with no one to rescue them;

they have been made loot,

with no one to say, “Send them back.”

23Which of you will listen to this

or pay close attention in time to come?

24Who handed Jacob over to become loot,

and Israel to the plunderers?

Was it not the Lord,

against whom we have sinned?

For they would not follow his ways;

they did not obey his law.


As it turns out, there is someone who can restore “the plunder” השסה (loot) and says “Reverse direction”! השב (“Send them back!”).

Indeed, the Lord has made the Bible (Torah) “great and glorious”. (The “law”, Torah, was given to Moses on Pentecost according to tradition, that is, the 7 x 7 days from the barley harvest, that is, “the 50th day”, Lev. 23:15-16. Recall the “7 x 7” and “50” letters in Isa. 40:4.)

What I am about to reveal is holy — most holy and wonderful to behold.

May the lazy stop now, but the diligent read on.

Back to Isaiah 40:4

Every valley shall be raised up,
every mountain and hill made low;
the rough ground shall become level,
the rugged places a plain.

Below is the entire verse of Isaiah 40:4 in the original Hebrew. First I have laid it out to show that every seven letters spell כשופ השסה.

כָּל גֶּיא יִנָּשֵׂא וְכָל־הַר וְגִבְעָה יִשְׁפָּלוּ וְהָיָה הֶֽעָקֹב לְמִישֹׁור וְהָרְכָסִים לְבִקְעָֽה

Below are the same letters, but with emphasis on the second half, that is, ” הֶֽעָקֹב לְמִישֹׁור וְהָרְכָסִימִ לְבִקְעָֽה.

(Some Hebrew letters are shaped differently when found at the end of a word. To avoid confusion, here they look the same. Ignore the dots and dashes because they are not letters. Hebrew reads from left to right.)

כָּל גֶּיא יִנָּשֵׂא וְכָל־הַר וְגִבְעָה יִשְׁפָּלוּ וְהָיָה הֶֽעָקֹב לְמִישֹׁור וְהָרְכָסִימִ לְבִקְעָֽה

Take a closer look at those letters, recalling that in Isaiah, ה-ש-סה can also be spelled ה-ש-שה.

הֶֽעָקֹבלְמִישֹׁ   ורוְהָרְכָ   סִימִלְבִקְעָֽה

Notice how the red letters read the same forward and backward.

I do not have time today to explain what it reads — and what it says is awesome. Instead, for now, I will jump to the punch line.

I will draw it for you soon, but what we have here is a road. The red road represents a “highway” that reverses direction. It also represents a mountain, with the letters in the middle a plateau.

The four corners (every seven letters) as said, spells, “the plunder” השסה. The same word from the key of Isa. 42:22.

But when the four letters that spoil a perfect nine-letter palindrome are removed, ווְהָכָ from  ורוְהָרְכָ, then the sequence of 22 letters reduces to 18, and now every seven letters from the start instead read: השב (Go back!), the same word and exact spelling as found in Isa. 42:22, “Restore!

The rugged places made smooth

And what of the four letters removed?

The ווְהָכָ are the rough places in the code removed. It’s the rugged place upon the said mountain-plateau.

In ancient times, Hebrew letters were hieroglyphs. They were images of things that represent the sound of the letter. In ancient days, ו-וְ-הָ-כָ from left to right was an image of two upraised palms כָ,  a man with two hands raised up in praise giving God glory הָ, and the two vavs were supports instruments, like a hook or nail or pillar — something that holds up or suspends something ו-וְ.  Moreover, two vavs together are how you spell “nail” or ” hook” in Hebrew וו. 

What do you see on top of the Rugged Hill formed by the four letters?

A man with hands raised up and a nail driven into each palm! It’s a prophecy about how God would be glorified by the death of His Son.

But the picture requires one vav ו to be placed on the opposite side so that a nail suspends each hand either side, like this: ו ה כ ו , which happens to spell, “And smite”, or “And he smote him”, and so on!

These four letters represent the “rugged places”, that which does not fit the pattern. And once the rugged places are removed (forming the cross), the “plunder” is restored”. Because then, and only then, can the command be given: “Return the captives! (Isa. 42:22)

But it took the cross to flatten the mountain and removed the ruggedness of Jacob to be made smooth again — like his skin.

The interpretation is sound because it’s the same interpretation that I have been saying a hundred times the past couple of years — before this “Head over Heels” code was found!

Why “Head over Heels”?

Because those are the two shapes formed, and it also reads as much.
A heel crushing the head of a mountain.

But that will be explained later, Lord willing.

“(Folded) double for all your sins” (Isa. 40:1)

One last thing: when the four letters are removed to demonstrate Christ crucified, then there remain 18 letters,  (i.e., 6 + 6 + 6 letters are two sides of the mountain, plus the plateau).

All 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet also designates a number, called gematria. The 18 letters add up to 1274, which is 3.5 years on the Enoch calendar – -the equivalent of 1260, (Daniel 9:24-27).

The two chapters before Isaiah 40 are about the healing of Hezekiah when the sundial “went backward” as a sign. And then chapter 39 is about the Babylonians that came to see Hezekiah because of the sign. Hezekiah showed them all his treasures. In response, Isaiah told Hezekiah that it will all be plundered by Babylon, as will these codes.

Thus, time went backward in chapter 38.

Because of this, Jerusalem will be plundered (chapter 39).

May the Lord open your eyes to see His glory! (Isaiah 6)

Clearer presentation with illustrations coming soon, the Lord willing

From the Balance Bible Code (Isa. 46:1-6)

In the Head over Heels code, both sides of the mountain read “The heel belongs to whom?”  העקב למי. But the word order is backward — readable, but backward. So I asked myself, “Why?”

I assumed, therefore, that the code draws attention to the word למי “To whom?”

As it turns out, that word is used but once in Isaiah. It is located at Isaiah 46:6.

I talk about it already in the Balance Bible Code from 15 years ago! It crosses the spot where Joshua crossed the Jordan river, and Jacob the Jabbok river.

Image from 15 years ago. למי is found only once in Isiah — Isaiah 46:6, which is at the handle of the sword and crossing of the river). Find למי. What are the odds that למי is found perfectly here, the only place in Isaiah, which is where the angel grasps this 22-letter sword

Moreover, למי “To whom?” begins the key phrase that forms the feet/base of the lamp/tree., ” למי תדמיוני“, “To whom will you compare me to?” (The code compares Jesus to many things, such as the lamp, mountain, river, balance, tree, etc.)

The sword of an angel of the Lord, and 22 dead by an imposter. (5o0 days)
This is the core of the Balance Bible Code — the middle part of the 22-letter that forms the river. Click here to read what it says in Hebrew (reverse), “I am Yeshua! Forever my name is the Lord!” אני ישוע. לעד שמי יהוה. By interweaving every 12 letters in Isaiah 46:3-4 to form this pattern, the Lord declares that His Name is One. Below in blue are where the code is that reads “I am Yeshua!אני ישוע .The “Shema Israel” (“Hear O’ Israel…!” is clearly alluded to by the words that the 12-letter skip sequence is found! (Every “12 letters” symbolize “all Israel”, that is, the 12 tribes of Israel)

“Listen to me (Hear me שִׁמְעוּ), you descendants of Jacob
    and all וְכָל the remnant of the people of Israel יִשְׂרָאֵל,
you whom I have upheld from מִנִּי your womb,
    and have carried from מִנִּי when you were born.
Even to your old age and gray hairs
    I  am אֲנִי he, I am he who will sustain you.
I have made you and I אֲנִי will carry you;
    I will sustain you and I will rescue you. (Isaiah 46:3-4)

The codes are an integrated unit. They directly connect to one another. So the “Head over Heels” code is explained in the Balance Bible Code, and visa versa.

Like the burning bush, there is no end — so I will just stop here!


The God of peace will soon crush Satan under your feet.

The grace of our Lord Jesus be with you. (Romans 16:20)