For those interested, here's my translation of the code (please correct me if I made a mistake in the translation):
מצור כתום יבלום מאויי ממשל
"A siege of orange will stop the desires of the government"
The words מצור כתום ("siege of orange") appears once in the Torah at an interval of 1390 letters (spanning many Parshiot and even 2 books of the Torah). That same sequence continues to produce יבלום מאויי ("will stop the desires of"). The word ממשל ("government") crosses the sequence with an interval of 5.
The site where this originated (hidabroot.org
) seems to say that this may NOT be disengagement-related for a couple reasons:
- The Disengagement is (in their opinion) a done-deal - not what one would term "the desires of the government" - it's already the actions of the government.
- A Pasuk that crosses the sequence is from Parshat Vayigash:
ואת העם העביר אתו לערים מקצה גבול מצרים (And as for the people, he removed them city by city, from one end of the border of Egypt) which may hint to the residents of Gush Katif (on the border of Egypt) being moved to other cities.
Hidabroot.org rather says that this is referring to some future evacuation that the government may want to enact (Has Veshalom). I don't know what it's referring to, but I would not rule out its referring to the current Disengagement. It's not a done-deal. Yeshuat Hashem Keheref Ayin.
Hidabroot.org emphasizes that one must be extremely cautious with predicting based on these codes, and with that I agree. This is especially true when the codes can be interpreted in so many different ways that anyone can make up a code to fit it with the way they want to fit it. The only difference here is that Rav Eliyahu against all logic said that the Disengagement won't happen. Tzadik Gozer Vehakadosh Baruch Hu Mekayaim.
We'll see what happens.