Is the Name Biden Found In Biblical Code Next to Adoniyahu in I Kings chapter 1 verse 25?

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The initial date of this post is 7th of Elul 5781 – August 15, 2021 when Biden is firmly in power and all the complaints about election cheating have so far been decided in Biden’s favor. Earlier this month “senators from both parties came together to approve a $1 trillion infrastructure plan” promoted by Biden.


As I noted in the post “Trump’s Spiritual Path to Victory based on Biblical Codes Several Presidents of the U.S.A. Have A Common Last Name

Two Presidents shared the last name Adams. Two shared the last name Johnson. Two shared the last name Roosevelt and two shared the last name Bush. I will also add that Grover Cleveland was President #22 then lost to Benjamin Harrison, but made a comeback as President #24.

So even if the Bible code suggests a certain future for a person with a particular last name, it is hard to tell if the Torah is hinting at a person currently in the news or someone entirely different.

This is one of a number of reasons, I personally wanted to be cautious and did not publish any predictions on who is going to win before the elections took place.

Nevertheless, because I got positive feedback on the post where I noted that The Numerical Value of Biden in Hebrew (Gematria) is Equal to Adoniyahu as Spelled in I Kings 1:25. I decided out of curiosity to see if I could find any Biblical code for Biden in I Kings chapter 1, by using the Bar Ilan Responsa program, version 28 and searching in intervals between 1 and 100.

I did not find the name Biden in code in that chapter.

However, I did find the name Biden in chapter 2 of the same book.

Below are the results:

The name Biden appears in intervals of 83 letters starting with the letter that is colored pink which is within the second Hebrew word of I Kings chapter 2 verse 14 and ends with the letter in pink in I Kings chapter 2 verse 20.

This is the translation of I Kings 2 verses 14 to 20:

14 And he continued, “I would like to have a word with you.” “Speak up,” she said.
15 Then he said, “You know that the kingship was rightly mine and that all Israel wanted me to reign. But the kingship passed on to my brother; it came to him by the will of the LORD.
16 And now I have one request to make of you; do not refuse me.” She said, “Speak up.”
17 He replied, “Please ask King Solomon—for he won’t refuse you—to give me Abishag the Shunammite as wife.”
18 “Very well,” said Bathsheba, “I will speak to the king in your behalf.”
19 So Bathsheba went to King Solomon to speak to him about Adoniyahu (comment: spells the name Adonijah, but here it was critical to use the proper pronunciation of the Hebrew). The king rose to greet her and bowed down to her. He sat on his throne; and he had a throne placed for the queen mother, and she sat on his right.
20 She said, “I have one small request to make of you, do not refuse me.” He responded, “Ask, Mother; I shall not refuse you.”

I must stress, I am making no prediction of the future here. I do not have the ability of Elisha the prophet, to figure out which Biblical codes are relevant to the present and which are not. I am just presenting the data.