Putting My US Army Morse Code Interceptor Training To Modern Day Use
Giving up my opportunity to work in the very interesting and challenging area of US Army Intelligence for the simple reason I refused to come to required 4-hour Shabbat drills in Minnesota was very disappointing for me at that time. But looking back it seems to have become a blessing based on some interesting relationships I have discovered using “Gematria” and “Word Unscramble” techniques which are applicable to historic events.
A good example is the 1982 discussion between Israeli PM Begin and then senator Joe Biden.
From the Jewish Virtual Library Site, the following link takes you to a very interesting story regarding PM Menachem Begin’s 1982 meeting with senators at the US Capitol including Joe Biden-
In 1982, Joe Biden told Prime Minister Menachem Begin that the expansion of West Bank settlements would endanger support for foreign aid to Israel. Begin reportedly said, “Don’t threaten us with slashing aid. Do you think that because the U.S. lends us money it is entitled to impose on us what we must do? We are grateful for the assistance we have received, but we are not to be threatened. I am a proud Jew. Three thousand years of culture are behind me, and you will not frighten me with threats.
Menachem Begin’s Reaction Should Not Have Been A Surprise
Menachem Begin (Hebrew: מְנַחֵם בֵּגִין, was an Israeli politician, founder of Likud and the sixth Prime Minister of Israel. Before the creation of the state of Israel, he was the leader of the Zionist militant group Irgun, the Revisionist breakaway from the larger Jewish paramilitary organization Haganah.
One of Begin’s most significant achievements as Prime Minister was the signing of a peace treaty with Egypt in 1979, for which he and Anwar Sadat shared the Nobel Prize for Peace. That was three years prior to the abovementioned meeting with President Biden. Therefore, Begin’s reaction to Biden certainly seems justified given everything Begin did for the State Of Israel and my fellow Israelis.
Bibi hints that Israel is on the verge of diplomatic relations with more Arab countries.
In a recent story by Yakir Benzion of United With Israel-
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday that on top of the four peace deals signed in recent month with Arab countries, “four more peace agreements are on the way.”
“I pledged to take care of the citizens of Israel, and I do so with a deep mission. I brought vaccines and four peace agreements, there are four more on the way,” Netanyahu said in an interview in the studios of Ynet, the online arm of the Israeli newspaper Yediot Aharonot.
Since Biden Has Taken Office, Israel Does Not Feature On His Agenda
America and its President have traditionally been strong Israel supporters, and that includes being involved with peace negotiations with its Arab neighbors. But given Bibi’s recent announcement, it appears Israel is not relying on any help from the Biden administration.
Deciphering the Begin vs. Biden Code
Now let us just do a simple exercise using the letters of both last names-
If we compare each name, we find that they both contain the same letters with one exception placed in the middle of each name-
BEGIN = Same Letters – BEIN Plus G
BIDEN = Same Letters – BIEN Plus D
Isolating The Two Middle Letters Gives Us A Very Interesting Observation
Since the name Begin contains the letter G then that letter goes before the letter D in Biden’s name and can also be expressed G-D or another way to write Hashem’s name.
PM Begin was a firm believer in G-d and the following article published on the Chabad,org site describing Begin’s meeting with the Lubavitcher Rebbe in 1977 before meeting President Carter gives readers a good description of who and what Menachem Begin stood for-
One of the most interesting paragraphs contained therein reads as follows-
Here, for the first time, came a Jewish Prime Minister who declared in a loud and clear voice that he comes strengthened by the prayers of his fellow Jews at home and abroad and trusts in G‑d and the eternity of his people that his mission will be successful. And, as you surely know, when he sat down to break bread with President Carter, he made sure that it would be a Kosher meal, and he put on a Yarmulka [skullcap] and made a Berocho [blessing] and explained to the President the meaning of it. All of which has earned him the respect and admiration of the President and of all others who encountered him. Even from a pragmatic statesmanlike viewpoint this approach is bound to be a sure winner, though, regretfully, it had not been recognized by his predecessors.
Reversing The Order Of Those Two Middle Letters Spells D-G or DOG
Because President Biden’s middle letter is D then the combination of those letters suggests D-G or DOG. And a recent news story about President Biden focused on the removal of his two dogs from the White House.
Nothing has been forthcoming from Biden’s office related to his Middle East Peace Strategy and participating in future Peace negotiations with Israel.
President Carter Participated During The Egyptian Peace Treaty Process
President Clinton Participated During The Jordanian Peace Treaty Process
President Trump Participated During The Abraham Peace Accords Process
Now That Bibi Indicates More Peace Treaties Are Possible In The Near Future – What Are The Chances President Biden Will Participate?
Based upon Biden’s performance since taking office, it seems unlikely due to Biden’s critical view of Israel told to PM Begin 39 years ago which obviously Has Not Changed.
Despite all claims to the contrary, Biden’s thinking remains consistent with his former boss President Obama.
This seems to explain Biden’s lack of urgency to call Bibi despite the ongoing Peace Process which Bibi again confirmed this past week.