And now, with Obama's historic election, the first of the three predictions found almost a year earlier had also come true.

"If there is anyone out there who still doubts that America is a place where all things are possible," the President-Elect told a hundred thousand people gathered in a park on the waterfront in Chicago, "tonight is your answer."

"I was never the likeliest candidate for this office," Obama said. And yet it was predicted thousands of years ago.

So while I watched his victory, the first prediction, I worried about the danger of his assassination, the second. And I was yet more worried about the third and most terrible prediction, that we might face the real Armageddon, nuclear terror, while he was President.

The Apocalypse. Armageddon. I could hardly believe it myself. As I told Obama, I'm not religious. I don't believe in God. I'm a totally secular, skeptical investigative reporter. I started out on the night police beat at the Washington Post, I covered financial news at the Wall Street Journal, and I still have a down-to-earth sense of reality. So although I wrote a book that made the Bible Code known to the world a dozen years ago, I still woke up every morning not wanting, not quite able to believe the code is real.

But I woke up the morning of November 5 once more certain there is a code in the Bible that reveals the future.

I looked at the code matrixes that predicted Obama's election when no one, including myself, could imagine it was possible.

Diagram 1

The table was perfect. "Obama" "elected" "President," and the Biblical year, "5769," November 2008 in the modern calendar.

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