Time of the Original Passover Sacrifice in the Bible Codes
2448 (red letters on light blue)
Some chronologists have calculated the date of the first Passover in Egypt to be Abib 14, 2448 A.C. (after creation). In Hebrew, this year (beth-tav-mem-cheth) is encoded in the Torah at an ELS of 6, beginning in Exodus 12:26 and ending in Exodus 12:27. The last cheth in "2448" is also the last letter in the Hebrew word for "sacrifice" (shown below).
ABIB (orange letters on black)
The Hebrew month Abib (aleph-beth-yod-beth), the first month of the sacred calendar, is encoded in the Torah at an ELS of 7. It begins in Exodus 11:4 and ends in Exodus 11:5.
14 (black letters on orange)
The number "14" in Hebrew (yod-dalet) is encoded in the Torah at an ELS of 8 in Exodus 11:6.
THE NINTH (red letters on yellow)
"The ninth" in Hebrew is ha-teshi'i (hey-tav-shin-yod-ayin-yod). These two words are encoded in the Torah at an ELS of 361, beginning in Exodus 11:10 and ending in Exodus 12:29.
HOUR (yellow letters on red)
In Hebrew, "hour" is sha'ah (shin-ayin-hey). This word is encoded in Exodus 12:23 at an ELS of 5. The middle ayin of "hour" is the fourth letter of "ninth."
SACRIFICE (light green letters on dark blue)
Underneath "hour" is the Hebrew word zebach (zayin-beth-cheth), which means "sacrifice." This word occurs at an ELS of 1 in Exodus 12:27.
PASSOVER (white letters on dark green)
Underneath "hour" and after the word "sacrifice" is the Hebrew word pesach (pey-samek-cheth), which means "Passover." This word occurs at an ELS of 1 in Exodus 12:27.
LAMB & LAMBS (blue letters on white)
Three different words for "lamb" appear in this matrix. The first, found at an ELS of 1 in Exodus 11:8, is the singular form tso'n (tsadi-aleph-nun) reversed, which literally means "a small animal from the flock." Next, crossing the word "ninth" at an ELS of 1, is the plural form of the usual Hebrew word for lambs, kebesim (kaph-beth-sin-yod-mem). It is found at Exodus 12:5. The last is the Hebrew word seh (sin-hey), which is literally "a young animal from the flock." It is found numerous times and is therefore not highlighted.
MESSIAH (black letters on gold)
At the top of the matrix is the Hebrew word mashiach (mem-shin-yod-cheth). This word occurs at an ELS of 91, beginning in Exodus 12:1 and ending in Exodus 12:7.
YESHUA (white letters on purple)
Beginning with the yod in mashiach, the Hebrew name Yeshua ("Jesus" - yod-shin-vav-ayin) appears at an ELS of 177, beginning in Exodus 12:5 and ending in Exodus 11:6.