Evidence as of 2007 - creation of the world
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The world's creation is the topic of Genesis 1:1, the first verse of the Torah, translated as: "In the beginning, G-d created the heavens and the earth." The word ordering in Hebrew is "in the beginning", "created", "G-d".

A search for "G-d created" finds its only occurrence in Genesis precisely intersecting Genesis 1:1, as shown below. For more background as to why this phrase was chosen as a key word, click here.

This is one form of verse echoing, that is, codes that reflect the concepts of original Torah verses. Two more examples were recently found for the same verse. Using all three Hebrew words for "in the beginning", "created" and "G-d", two of the three best rectangular meetings of these words in Torah are both found near the same occurrence in the text of "the heavens and the earth":

Individually, the p-levels for these tables are approximately 1:2,000, 1:100 and 1:1,000 respectively.

Taken together, these results strongly suggest that the first verse of the Torah is echoed in code.