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# Torah Codes Tutorial : Page 6

We use the following common protocol for each of the following examples. The skip specification sets the smallest skip for each key word to be 1 and the largest skip set so that the expected number of ELSs in the random letter permuted text population is just over 10. The resonance specification allows an ELS skip and cylinder size to resonate if the ELS row skip on the cylinder is less than 10 and the ELS column skip on the cylinder is less than 10. The compactness measure is the area of the table, the number of rows of the table times the number of columns of the table. The table that we find is the smallest area table having at least one ELS of each of the key words. The monkey text control population is the ELS random placement text population.

If one were to think about associated word pairs, and if one
would be given the word *Al-Qaeda*, one of the associated words
would most certainly be *terrorists*. The Hebrew word for *Al-Qaeda* is אלקעידה
and the Hebrew word for *terrorists* is מחבלים.

*Torah code*, צופן תורה and

*the skip*, הדלוג.

The ELS for *Torah code* is
a minimal skip ELS and the ELS for *the skip* has skip rank of 2. The probability that a table as
compact as this would arise from the ELS random placement text population is about 130/100,000.

A final example of a Torah code on the codes themselves is the sentence: *the skips*, *they are codes*;
הדילוגימ קודימ המ. Both ELSs are minimal skip ELSs.

The probability that a table as compact as this would arise from the ELS random placement text population is about 22/100,000.