The Presidents Code – George Bush (summary)

The Presidents Code – George Bush

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This is a summary of how George Bush fits into the Presidents Code parable.  For a more thorough explanation see: The Presidents Code – The George H.W. Bush Presidency

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, George Bush‘s name meaning is speaking of the Vine of Israel which was planted in the Promised land but became corrupted. The army of the Lord was built up beyond what was commanded. At the beginning, they walked in the ways of David, the beloved of the Lord, but later fell astray. Due to their corruption they were cast into exile. Israel dwelt in peace and security but in their rebellion brought shame to their God. Consequently, He brought shame upon them by exiling them into the nations.

George comes from the Greek word γεωργος ‘georgos’ which means a farmer or earth worker. This points to the Vine of Israel being firmly planted in the Promised Land during the days of David and Solomon (Psalm 80:8, 15-19; 1 Kings 4:25; Isaiah 5:2). Yet, in Solomon’s days, this Vine was corrupted (Deuteronomy 32:32; Jeremiah 2:21; Ezekiel 15:6; Hosea 10:11) and as a result, laid waste (Joel 1:7, 12).

Herbert comes from the Germanic words ‘hari’ meaning army and ‘beraht’ meaning bright. This is pointing to David, the ‘Light of Israel’ (2 Samuel 21:17) who led the Lord’s army. Solomon inherited this light (1 Kings 11:36) and army, however Solomon built up this army beyond the bounds of that which was commanded by the Lord (Deuteronomy 17:16; 1 Kings 4:26).

Walker is an English surname which referred to the medieval occupation of a walker, also known as a fuller. Walkers would tread on wet, unprocessed wool in order to clean and thicken it. The word ultimately derives from the Old English word ‘wealcan’ which means to walk. This is speaking of the walk of David, who lived according to the Word of God. Solomon was commanded to continue in this walk which he did for most of his life but in the end went astray (1 Kings 3:3, 14; 9:4-9; 2 Chronicles 7:17-22).

In the Scriptures, the concept of the fuller is associated with the exile of Israel due to their rebellion. This is seen in the Assyrian army who advanced on Jerusalem from the North (Isaiah 10:28-32), the only accessible side for an army.  This was the place of the ‘fuller’s field’ (Isaiah 7:3; 36:2). Here we see in George H.W. Bush’s name, the story of Israel during the days of the Kings.  The ‘bright army’ of Israel, whose occupation was farmers (Joel 3:10) who rebelled against the Most High and His Word, ultimately leading to their exile from the land (Deuteronomy 29:28).

Bush is an from an Old English word ‘busc’ which means a bush. A bush is used to mark one’s land as well as hide one’s home for privacy. This is pointing to the days of David and Solomon in which Israel lived in peace and security (2 Samuel 7:1; 1 Kings 4:24; 5:4). However, the origin of the English word ‘bush’ traces back further to the Hebrew word בוש ‘bush’ which means shame. It was during this period in Israel’s history that shame was brought upon them due to their rebellion, leading to their exile in Assyria and later into Babylon (Hosea 10:6; 1 Kings 9:4-9; 2 Chronicles 7:17-22).

George H.W. Bush’s Presidency is a picture of the reign of King Solomon and the division of the House of Israel as a result of his fall. His reign began in righteousness where he walked in the ways of his father David (1 Kings 3:3, 14; 9:4; 15:5; 2 Chronicles 7:17). He reigned during a time of peace from the river to the sea with no ‘evil occurrence’ (1 Kings 4:24; 5:4) Yet, in his old age he allowed foreign wives to lead him astray where he was led into the worship rituals of the Mystery Religions (1 Kings 11:1-8).

The name meanings of Bush and the other heads of government during his Presidency is depicted in story form as such:

The Vine of Israel is firmly established in the Promised Land, yet due to idolatry was corrupted. The Light of Israel was not taken away from the nation, but as a punishment the nation was divided into two kingdoms. Solomon walked in the ways of his father David for most of his life but at the end went astray which led to the dividing of the nation and eventually exile into foreign lands. Israel lived in peace and security throughout Solomon’s years but due to his idolatry shame was brought upon the nation. The struggle between good and evil was displayed in Solomon’s life which led to is judgment and a choice which Israel had to make between his son Rehoboam and Jeroboam. Solomon was exalted but ‘waxed fat’ and was brought low. The choice between good and evil would continue throughout the years of the kings where most of the nation would choose evil. However, a remnant would remain. Solomon built the House of the Lord, but his idolatry led Israel to build false idols as well. Israel was prosperous during his days but grew fat and went astray. As a result, foreign invaders entered the land throughout the days of the kings unto the exiles of both houses into those nations. The camp of Israel was led astray by the secret worship of their kings. At the Temple both prayers and abominable sacrifices occurred. This mixture of good and evil began at the place in which the Messiah would be crucified to forgive Israel of their wickedness and appease the wrath of the Most High.

The above ‘story’ comes from the following names:

President George H.W. Bush 1989-1993

Vice President Dan Quayle 1989-1993

House Speaker Jim Wright 1987-1989

House Speaker Tom Foley 1991-1995

White House Chief of Staff John H. Sununu 1989-1991

White House Chief of Staff Samuel K. Skinner 1991-1992

White House Chief of Staff James Baker 1992-1993

Bush’s Presidency was defined by great successes which were followed by stunning defeat. Bush saw the ending of the Cold War and a swift victory in Iraq which led to him become the most popular President in history. However, due to economic problems, he would be defeated in his re-election bid. His successes and failures display the reign of Solomon who was the king who led Israel to their most powerful and prosperous days. However, due to his being led astray by foreign wives, Solomon fell into idolatry and the powerful kingdom of Israel was divided.


Updated Version will include:
President        George H.W. Bush        1/20/1989-1/20/1993    Republican
Vice President        Dan Quayle            1/20/1989-1/20/1993    Republican
House Speaker        Jim Wright    continued    1/6/1987-6/6/1989    Democratic
President Pro Tempore       Robert Byrd            1/3/1989-1/4/1995    Democratic
Senate Majority Leader       George J. Mitchell        1/3/1989-1/3/1995    Democratic
Chief of Staff        John H. Sununu            1/20/1989-12/16/1991
House Speaker        Tom Foley            6/6/1989-1/3/1995    Democratic
Chief of Staff        Samuel K. Skinner        12/16/1991-8/23/1992
Chief of Staff        James Baker            8/23/1992-1/20/1993



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