There are three biblical codes. The first is the mathematical code, which gives a numerical value to each Hebrew letter and then using a mathematical skip sequence decodes hidden messages pertaining to physical events. The second code is a hypothesis, one that suggests that Jesus left behind a physical bloodline through Mary Magdalene; through the birth of a daughter named Sarah, a theory that existed long before Dan Brown’s book, The DaVinci code, the means by which the second code became part of our collective consciousness. Leonardo DaVinci, in fear of retribution from the Catholic Church, encoded important spiritual truths in his artwork.  To decipher the code will require an understanding of the third and final code, the symbolic code, which pertains to spiritual events. The historical events depicted in the stories of the Bible reveal these spiritual events, providing us with a deeper understanding of the Sacred Text and ourselves, as the Bible takes place within us. Through the journey of the children of Israel; chosen to represent us the people, we discover what has led us to where we are today, both as individuals, and as related to the world as a whole.  The symbolic code has preserved the ancient spiritual knowledge that has been lost to the carnal-minded doctrines of religion for more than thirty-five hundred years. This ancient spiritual truth, symbolized by Joseph’s corn, has been stored up, feeding those who have entered the spiritual famine spoken of by the prophet Amos— a hunger for hearing the words of the Lord. Through an understanding of God’s universal symbolic language, we are able to decode the Bible’s message of instruction for “the end of days.”  The symbolic code of the Bible is the key to unlocking the deeper spiritual truths contained in our sacred texts, ancient writings, and coded works.