Historical Coincidences My Research on the Bible and Biblical Hebrew

Signature of Evil — “M” and “N” Combination in Names of Willing Executioners of the Jewish People (Bible perspective)

Following the sin of eating of the forbidden fruit, God asks Adam (original Hebrew followed by English):

וַיֹּאמֶר מִי הִגִּיד לְךָ כִּי עֵירֹם אָתָּה הֲמִן-הָעֵץ אֲשֶׁר צִוִּיתִיךָ לְבִלְתִּי אֲכָל-מִמֶּנּוּ אָכָלְתָּ

(בראשית ג: י”א)

“And He said: Who told you that you were naked? Have you eaten of the tree of which I commanded you that you should not eat?”

(Genesis 3:11)

The Hebrew word marked in red comprises three Hebrew letters:

{Hei (ה), Mem (מ,ם), Nun (נ,ן)}

Note that two of the letters appear in two forms: the first (read right to left) — as regularly written; the second — as it appears at the end of a Hebrew word (there are altogether five such Hebrew letters).

Surprisingly, the same word, marked in red above, appears in exactly same form (though pronounced differently) elsewhere in the Bible. This is the name of a biblical hero, Haman, who had “the privilege” of being the first person on Planet Earth to conceive, publicly declare and actively planning executing the “Final Solution” on the Jewish people. The book of Esther relates how Haman had initiated a plot to murder all Jews in all provinces of the kingdom of the Persian King Ahasuerus: “Letters were sent by couriers to all the king’s provinces, to destroy, to slay, and to annihilate all Jews, young and old, women and children, in one day, the thirteenth day of the twelfth month, which is the month of Adar … And the king and Haman sat down to drink” (Esther 3:13, 15). How very familiar…

Jewish Bible scholars failed-not noticing the astounding similarity between the above two words, similarly written but pronounced differently, while carrying absolutely different meanings:

 ” המן מן התורה מנין? שנאמר (בראשית ג, יא) “המן-העץ

(תלמוד בבלי, חולין קל”ט-ב)

“Haman from the Torah, how do we know that? As it is written (Gen. 3:11) “the tree of which” (Babylon Talmud, Hulin, 139-2).

It is an incredible coincidence that Haman found his death by being hung on a tree (Esther 7:10), while tree is mentioned, adjacent to “his name”, in Genesis 3:11.

The incredible coincidences, however, do not end there. They only start there…

Observing appearance of the last two letters in Haman’s name, “M” and “N” (adjacent to one another, when written in Hebrew), in names of historic foes of the Jewish people, those plotting to annihilate the Jewish people or its modern-day representative, the State of Israel — that combination of letters is incredibly represented therein, disproportionately and abundantly. Furthemore, the same order of the letters, as in Haman, is preserved throughout, without exception.


  • Haman;
  • Nazi Germany;
  • Eichmann (Nazi officer in charge of executing the Final Solution (exterminating six million Jews) in Nazi Germany);
  • Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini (father of the Iranian Islamic Revolution and its first Supreme Leader, 1979-1989);
  • Ayatollah Ali Khamenei (Second Supreme Leader, 1989 to present);
  • General Qassim Soleimani (chief architect of Iranian expansion in the Middle East, arch-terrorist assassinated via targeted-killing by USA, Friday, January 3 (US time), 2020).

A direct linkage between the sin of Adam and Eve (relating to God by Elohim, neglecting Jehovah), and its ultimate products — Haman, Eichmann and Soleimani.

(refer also to Hebrew Samech and Its Occurrence in Names of Jewish-Nation Enemies)

8 replies on “Signature of Evil — “M” and “N” Combination in Names of Willing Executioners of the Jewish People (Bible perspective)”

Hello, dear Professor Shore,

First, I would like to thank you for sharing so many interesting insights into the Bible and the biblical Hebrew. In fact, understanding Hebrew and the way it was structured in the Bible, make us comprehend everything in a much broader and deeper level.
I would like to add an information about this post. I think it works like the “other plate of the scale”. In addition to the letters mem/nun that appear in the names of so many executioners, these two letters also provide the beautiful Hebrew word מן “man”, the manna that came from heaven, feeding people not only physically but also spiritually.
Somehow mem/nun have taken lives; but in YHWH’s way, mem/nun have given life!

Thank you for your time!
(I apologize for any writing errors, as English is not my mother tongue.)


Dear Professor Shore, I would love to interview you on your book Coincidences in the Bible and in Biblical Hebrew. I live in NY and I am an Ambassador to 1 Million Meditators.
Thank you in advance


Dear Leah, I am so sorry that your comment has evaded my attention. Please accept my sincere apology. You may write to me on my private e-mail and we can discuss your kind suggestion. Much blessing to you and yours, Haim


Thank you Prof Shore, interesting!
I wanted to note in regards to Ong Hin’s comment. In addition to what Prof Shore said, the letter “Hey” is not part of the word “העץ” it is a letter that makes it a question and is part of the Teiva but not the actual word. It is however a part of Haman’s name, but what Prof Shore shows here is the common ground of M and N.


Thank you for your question. I sincerely do not understand what you mean. I wrote explicitly referring to two letters only, M and N, that repeatedly appear as a pair of letters, adjacent to one another when written in Hebrew (and in close proximity, otherwise).

How is the letter, Hei, which I assume you refer to, is connected to all that?


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