Longest Psalm Points to a Secret Code

Longest Psalm Points to a Secret Code. Very little is by chance in the Bible; or, in countless sacred texts. In the Greek Septuagint version of the Bible, and in its Latin translation Vulgate, this psalm is Psalm 118.    This is due to a slightly different numbering system.

Psalm 119 refers to a code I discovered on Oquaga Lake
Fishing for the truths that I found on Oquaga Lake

Longest Psalm is #176

With 176 verses Psalm 176 is the longest.  It is also the longest chapter in the Bible. It is a prayer of one who delights in and lives by the Torah, the sacred law. Unlike most other psalms the author did not include his name in the text. The psalm is a regular part of JewishCatholicAnglican, and Protestant liturgies. It has been set to music often. British Politician William Wilberforce would recite the entire Psalm, while walking back from Parliament, through Hyde Park, to his home.[2]

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In calm we see a mirror of God. The lake that’s still reflects the heavens.

Psalm 119 is one of several acrostic poems found in the Bible. Its 176 verses are divided into 22 stanzas.  One is used for each of the 22 characters that make up the Hebrew alphabet. In the Hebrew text, each of the eight verses of each stanza begins with the same Hebrew letter. A spirit that I call the Oquaga Spirit revealed the number code. I have written and memorized a book of poetry which a recite daily for prayer. It is called The Oquaga Spirit Speaks. I believe the spirit is a female from the Lennie Lenape tribe. This internal  link below is also about this code in the ancient Indus valley.

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The wisdom of a Lennie Lenape Indian Spirit on Oquaga Lake offered enlightenment.



Plus one factor is prominent
440 can be found here is 4 different ways. 4 x 440 = 1,760. Zero was not considered a number. Thus, we find 176. It numbers the lines in Psalm 119.


Ancient Number Square Used in the Indus Valley

  • Here is one way to find 440. It defines the length in shorter Egyptian cubits of one side of the Great Pyramid of Egypt. : 49 + 92 + 27 + 76 + 61 + 18 + 83 + 34 = 440.
  • Here is a second. Look at the diagonals: 45 + 65 + 54 + 56 + 85 + 25 + 58 + 52 = 440.
  • See if you can find the other two using this double number system.

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