Welcome to all who seek the truth!

We are sure that you have heard about Sir Isaac Newton's contributions to Mathematics and Physics. His discovery of Gravity, his formulation of the laws of Motion and of interaction between bodies. Many of you will have heard of his invention of Calculus, of differentiation and of integration. But there is one thing that we are equally sure that most of you will have never heard of. And it is this: 

Sir Isaac Newton knew that the Bible was written in a code. 

He spent around half of his life trying to decode it.

He died trying to work out the date of Armageddon from the Bible ('Isaac Newton' - Michael White). Not only that, but with the same logical process that he used to prove that the solar system was held together by gravity, the force which caused the apple to drop to the ground, he also proved that the 'Trinity Doctrine' of the Catholic church was held together by lies and deception. It was a false doctrine with no basis in scripture or reason. This matter greatly concerned a man who believed that he owed to God as a debt, his efforts to understand a perfect universe and an equally perfect book, the bible.

One of the reasons that you will have heard less about Newton's Bible research than you have about his Scientific and Mathematical Research is that Unitarianism, or Arianism, or non Trinitarianism was viewed as heresy in his day. Public espousal of such views entailed an appearance before the court of convocation, and meant expulsion to a social and academic wilderness. So Newton would have risked expulsion both from his presidency of the Royal Society and even from his royally granted Lucasian Professorship, which exempted him from having to sign the attestation to the Trinity Doctrine that all the other fellows of Trinity College Cambridge had to sign, had he published his bible research and assassinated the Trinity whilst he was still alive. Here was his weakness, which he can only have been too aware of: He had the courage to refuse to sign an attestation to the trinity doctrine and to risk his position at Trinity College Cambridge in doing so. But he understandably did not have the courage to assassinate the doctrine publicly whilst he was alive (and neither did the King, who accepted his arguments). The world might have been a very different place had he managed it.

His book "Observations on the prophecies of Daniel and the Apocalypse of St. John" was published posthumously in 1773. It is now available as a free Kindle book from Amazon - www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B004TQHASG

But having discovered that the Trinity Doctrine was false, he then realised that the whole Christian world was worshipping not God, but an illogical and therefore non existent contrivance of the 4th century Church. He realised that this was idolatry. He therefore found himself in the situation prophetically described by St. Paul:

10 Just as it is written: There is not a righteous [man], not even one; 
11 there is no one that has any insight, there is no one that seeks for God.
12 All [men] have deflected, all of them together have become worthless; there is no one that does kindness, there is not so much as one.
13 Their throat is an opened grave, they have used deceit with their tongues. Poison of asps is behind their lips.
14 And their mouth is full of cursing and bitter expression. 
15 Their feet are speedy to shed blood (Romans 3).

Time has shown that Sir Isaac was right about Gravity, it has shown that he was right about Calculus, being as he is today, the father of half of modern pure mathematics (this subject being split into Analysis, which is the modern term for Calculus, and Algebra). Time has shown that his laws of motion and interaction were without flaw except at huge speeds (Relativity) or in the case of tiny distances (Quantum Mechanics). Man has travelled to the moon and landed on it, by relying on laws that he formulated by a man who never left the ground. There are many churches today who no longer follow the Trinity, they are called Unitarian churches. He was right in respect of this too. But the greatest thing that Sir Isaac Newton had right, and neither was he the first man to see it, was that the bible is indeed written in a code, a code which reveals the date of Armageddon. And this website/book proves him right and reveals this date. It is therefore the continuation of his life's work, which he was unable to publicise before his death. But the torch that Jesus lit, and that Sir Isaac Newton carried, did not go out, and we will publicise it, we will seriously publicise it with God's grace, for the scripture says:

5 And the light is shining in the darkness, but the darkness has not overpowered it (John 1).

So now you the reader have the chance to see the thing that Isaac Newton could see with his heart, and most wanted to see, but was never allowed to see, with his mind. We say 'allowed' because the reason that Newton did not decode the bible was not that he lacked the necessary intelligence, and it was not that he lacked the necessary faith. It was that he lived too early. It was not God's time in the late 17th and early 18th centuries to unseal the holy book and reveal the date of the end. However we all now live in that very time, the time of the end. So here in this website is this decoding and here is are the dates that mankind has been seeking.

Now of course, whenever there is a genuine article, an original masterpiece, there are always the fakes. The existence of all of these fakes does not discredit the original, it proves that there must be an original, for who can make a fake in the absence of an original? 

So this may not be the first time that you have heard that the 'bible code has been cracked'. The best selling book 'The Bible Code' has been widely read. But it contains none of the bible code.

Mind you, theirs is not a hard fake to see through. For quite obviously a cracking of the bible code will have enormous religious consequences, and yet the consequences of the book 'The Bible Code' have not been religious at all. They have been economic for the writers of the book. Plainly the decoding of the bible is a religious matter, and not merely an academic or economic matter, or a modern form of crystal ball gazing.

The Lords' Witnesses

The true bible code reveals what the Trinity is, how one should baptise and how one should run a religion as one might expect. But it also reveals that a new Christian religion should be set up, and it reveals how this should be done, and what it should be called. It is the Lords' Witnesses. We are the clean sheet as it were. Before we tell you how wonderful (in our opinion) our understandings of the bible are, let us start by expelling some famous old demons, and making one claim.

You do not have to be a Lord's Witness to be saved by God.

You do not have to be a Lord's Witness to survive Armageddon.

God has not personally endorsed any of our literal or decoded interpretations, we have researched these in more depth than any other church and we believe them to be the closest mankind has ever got to the truth, but many of them may still be wrong.

We claim that we have decoded the bible and that Jesus has personally appointed us to be the last true Christian religion before Armageddon, we may be wrong, we present the evidence for this in the site [Code], [U11], [U32], [U33], [U34], [U35], [U36], [U37], [U38], [U39], [U40].

36 Concerning that day and hour nobody knows (Matthew 24) is a mistranslation
36 Concerning that day and hour nobody has seen (Matthew 24) is the correct literal translation - see [U237].

19 Baptising them in the name of the father and of the son and of the holy spirit (Matthew 28) is a mistranslation
19 Baptising them into the name of the father and of the son and of the holy spirit (Matthew 28) is correct - see [U12].

Our purpose is to encourage every man and every woman and every child who loves God or who is just mildly inquisitive, to get to know the holy code, and then to help us to decode every verse of the bible before Armageddon. This is not a job that any small group of men can do. It is like a giant game of Charades in the sense that the more participants there are the better! God has provided a formal framework for this decoding to take place in, which is a new religion called: The Lordís Witnesses. 

This site (also available as a book) is designed to be a dynamic interactive downloadable and regularly updated record of mankindís work for his creator, in putting together the Jigsaw of the true meanings of the holy scriptures. Please help us! The bible was written by the father of all of our minds, for all of our minds, not only for the minds of priests.


In research the journey can be as educational as the destination. The hidden manna that is found in the pages of this website, did not just fall out of the sky like it did in the days of Moses. We had to work very hard and to continually correct many misunderstandings to reach the conclusions written herein. It is hoped that this exposition of our weakness and ineptitude will encourage the reader to find the confidence to wrestle with the holy angels himself/herself. You do not need any qualifications to get into the ring with these guys, you just need faith, and faith comes from love, and love comes from God, every type of it, every manifestation of it, every ounce of it. If you know God, you know he loves you, the reader, madly, and his son is similarly besotted, with perfect love, something that we can discuss, but we can none of us show. But we will show it one day if we continue seeking it. May that day come soon. For this love there is only one source, so search well brothers and sisters, and keep on searching. Solomon speaking as Jesus and with respect to Jesusí father God said:

30 Then I came to be beside him as a master worker, and I came to be the one he was specially fond of day by day, 
31 being glad before him all the time, being glad at the productive land of his earth, and the things I was fond of were with the sons of men (Proverbs).

That God loves Jesus and that Jesus loves us is comforting to know, it's reassuring, it's strengthening. And the young man Jesus was a master worker beside Joseph the carpenter of course, his physical father. Yet to be loved is not as rewarding as to give love, for another one of God's sons the angel Paul, a very promising apprentice, once said:

35 There is more happiness in giving than there is in receiving (Acts 20).

And there is no more happiness in giving than in giving love.

23 For the wages sin pays is death, but the gift God gives is everlasting life by Christ Jesus our Lord (Romans 6).

We once thought that the greatest gift that God gave us was not our everlasting life but was rather his everlasting love. But we now know, that he has given us a gift even greater than his everlasting love. This greatest gift of all that he has given us is the capacity to love everlastingly ourselves. To love both him and our brothers and sisters and even our enemies. If we do this then we truly are sons of God, just as those with faith are truly sons of Abraham. Then we have the very joy in ourselves which motivated God to create the universe in the first place. Here it is, the forum for his love. And the universe had to be so incalculably large, so unimaginably diverse and so inordinately beautiful just because it is the container for the love of God. But as large as it is, it is still not large enough to hold his love. Look! his love is bursting out of it! Solomon knew this when he asked:

27 But will God truly dwell upon the earth? Look! The heavens, yes, the heaven of the heavens, themselves cannot contain you; how much less, then, this house that I have built! (1 Kings 8).

When love is perfect it is long suffering and kind, it is not jealous, it does not brag, does not behave indecently, does not look for its own interests, does not become provoked. It does not keep account of the injury. It does not rejoice over unrighteousness, but rejoices with the truth. It bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things and never fails. Now there is a good definition. But whereas Paul has defined it perfectly, Jesus has expressed it perfectly, he said:

13 No one has love greater than this, that someone should surrender his soul on behalf of his friends (John 15).

Majorem hanc dilectionem nemo habet ut animam suam ponat quis pro amicis suis. This being the Motto of Gordon's College in Oxford. But Jesus surpassed even this definition of the greatest love of all, for he surrendered his soul not on behalf of his friends only, but actually on behalf of his enemies as well, saying:

34 Father forgive them, they know not what they do (Luke 23 - some manuscripts).

How could God refuse such a request from his dying firstborn son? Has there ever been a greater expression of love? When the true God sees that just one of his sons has learnt this lesson, if just one of his sons has found this love, that believes all things, then the whole of his works are justified, in their entirety. It's like the Motto of Gordon's College in Cambridge: Unum Sufficit. One is enough, and it was:

18 Therefore as by the offence of one [judgment came] upon all men to condemnation; even so by the righteousness of one [the free gift came] upon all men unto justification of life. (Romans 5 KJV)
18 So then, as through one deviation [it was] toward all men to condemnation, so also through one effected righteousness toward all men to justification of life. (Romans 5 GLT)

One act of justification for ALL MEN. When Jesus was agonising over his impending humiliation in the garden of Gethsemane he prayed and said to his father:

36 Abba, Father, all things are possible to you; remove this cup from me. Yet not what I want, but what you want (Mark 14).

He believed 'all things', of his father, this was his perfect love laid bare. For we do not merely believe all things of our brothers sisters husbands and wives, but we believe them of God too, who we try to love first. He will do everything for us, he will do 'all things' for us. 

It was actually possible to remove the cup of torture and death because that only lead to the 1AC sacrifice which was already covered by Jesse (who was non adamic - see U107. The angelic ransom was offered by Michael in heaven on first fruits day, 33Nisan16 and executed by Jehovah on Pentecost on 33Sivan5, when Jesus became divine. Jesus passed his divinity test when he upheld all the prophecies of Jehovah by going through with his torture and crucifixion against his will. Had he failed in that regard, God would have been seen to have been a liar (it seems to us) and Jesus would not have become a God like his father. But mankind's salvation would not have been altered. However God knew he would pass. Because he is in fact a God. 

24 This is what Jehovah has said, your Repurchaser and the Former of you from the belly: I, Jehovah, am doing everything, stretching out the heavens by myself, laying out the earth. Who was with me? (Isaiah 44).

But in this system we will suffer great pain whilst he is doing these things, for he himself set the penalty under law:

3 With forty strokes he may beat him. He should add none, for fear he should continue to beat him with many strokes in addition to these and your brother is actually disgraced in your eyes (Deuteronomy 25).

This was not six strokes, or even a dozen, it was forty strokes, a very painful experience. However in the next system it is written:

16 You are opening your hand and satisfying the desire of every living thing (Psalm 145).
4 And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes (Revelation 21).

In this new system we will no longer just believe that he will do 'all things' for us, for he will actually do them and he will add no pain with them.

Now God has already seen this love, like the love of a child who believes his father can do anything, in Jesus, his firstborn angelic son. And the day will come when he will see it too in Adam, his firstborn human son. Do not be so foolish as to suppose that God's love cannot redeem his firstborn human son. For it is the love of the last Adam that has saved the first Adam. And it is the love of God that has and will save them both and all of us who wish it sincerely, everlastingly.