The Presidents Code – Andrew Jackson
This is a summary of how Andrew Jackson fits into the Presidents Code parable. For a more thorough explanation see: The Presidents Code – Andrew Jackson
The Presidents Code is a ‘cypher’ based upon the name meanings of the U.S. Presidents. Amazingly, their name meanings tell the story of the Biblical text, from the beginning of creation unto the coming of Messiah. In and of itself this is an incredible display of the Hand of God directing the course of history in America. However, this is just the start. Based upon the premise of this code, it is seen that the very characters of the Presidents, from their personal characters to the events that occurred during their Presidencies reveal in parable form the exact same events of the Biblical narrative of which their name meanings describe.
In the Presidents Code, Andrew Jackson‘s presidency displays the theme of the Son of Man coming to earth to save all those who would believe on Him, prophesied in Genesis 3:15. Eve believed that Cain was this promised Seed (Genesis 4:1) but found out that he was a murderer like his ‘father’ the devil (1 John 3:12). The Promised Seed is promised to overcome the ‘heel grabber/bruiser’ on the hill of Calvary, bringing great glory. This promise of the Seed would pass down through the millenia to the days of Abraham, who was given the promise that the Seed would come from his lineage.
Andrew comes from the Greek word ανηρ ‘aner’ which means man.
Jackson means son of Jack which is a diminutive of John. John, again means the grace of God. Jackson’s name depicts the Son or Seed, who would bring the grace of God.
Here we see two consecutive Presidents whose names bring forth the Promise of the Seed of the woman. As mentioned before, repetition is used in the Bible to bring emphasis upon a point. The Promise of the Seed of the woman is at the foundation of the whole Biblical narrative.
The name meanings of Jackson and the other heads of government during his Presidency is depicted in story form as such:
Man is given the promise of the Seed of the woman who would bring God’s grace. He would show the way back to the living waters of God’s heavenly city. This Seed would overcome the piercing of the serpent to become King of Kings. God will hear all those who call upon this Seed and set them free from the slavery of sin and death. Adam was cast out of the garden where he would be a pilgrim working the cursed earth. Man’s heart was defiled with sin through the fruit of the tree of knowledge which led to Cain murdering his brother. After murdering his brother, Cain became a vagabond living in cities. Yet, in His Grace, God keeps His promise of sending a Redeemer who would be victorious in the war between His seed and the serpent’s seed. He would bring forth God’s grace and protection. The war would culminate on a hill called Calvary where Jesus would reveal God’s glory. Through His piercing, the Good Shepherd would lead His people to the Heavenly city and green pastures. Mankind is given the hope of the Promised Seed, who would come in the image of His Father and be crowned King of Kings.
The above ‘story’ comes from the following names:
President Andrew Jackson: Adam is given the promise of God’s grace through the Seed of the woman.
Vice President John Calhoun: The Promised Seed will bring forth God’s grace, leading mankind back to the living waters of the heavenly city.
Speaker of the House Andrew Stevenson: The Promised Seed would overcome the crown of thorns and piercing of the serpent to become King of Kings, sitting at the Right Hand of the Father.
President Pro Tempore Samuel Smith: God hears all those who call upon the Promised Seed and sets them free from the curse of sin and death.
President Pro Tempore Littleton Tazewell: Adam becomes a pilgrim in the earth with his family who make a settlement upon the cursed earth.
President Pro Tempore Hugh Lawson White: Sin had entered man’s heart due to partaking of the tree of knowledge, leading to Cain murdering his brother Abel.
Vice President Martin Van Buren: Warfare between mankind had commenced. Cain is cursed to be a vagabond in the earth but rebels and builds a city.
Speaker of the House John Bell: God’s promise of the Seed of the woman bringing His grace and leading mankind back to Paradise continues.
President Pro Tempore George Poindexter. The war between the seeds continues between those who follow the wicked one and those who follow God.
President Pro Tempore John Tyler: God’s grace and protection will be given to those who trust in the Seed of the woman.
Speaker of the House James K. Polk: The war will culminate at Calvary where the Seed of the woman will defeat the serpent and reveal God’s glory.
Chief Justice Roger B. Taney: The Seed of the woman is pierced with a spear, whose blood atonement reveals the path back to Paradise and relationship with God the Father.
President Pro Tempore William R. King: Mankind is given the hope of the Promised Seed and redemption in His blood, who would come in the image of His Father and be crowned King of Kings.
The theme of the two seeds, one good the other evil, is exemplified in Andrew Jackson’s life. A man that did not live a holy life yet, in the end repented and turned to the Most High. So too, it was not the first seed of Adam that would defeat the serpent, but the Last Adam that would. His battles with the National Bank depict the war between the Seed of the woman and the seed of the serpent. Though Andrew Jackson lived most of his life as a carnal, unregenerate man, yet in the end his repentance led to his salvation.
Daily Tidbits 3/15 – Andrew Jackson