When I was in the military, we had letters and words that needed to be coded or uncoded. Letters and words are codes. If you don’t use the right code, you get a wrong message, or not able to understand what is being said. As an example, we identified our forces by a combination of letters given in a certain sequence. The same is true with the Bible code. Understanding which words to use in a sequence is important to correct message. The same holds true with the message in the Bible. “Then Jeremiah took another scroll and gave it to Baruch the son of Neriah, the scribe, and he wrote on it at the dictation of Jeremiah all the words of the book which Jehoiakim king of Judah had burned in the fire; and many similar words were added to them.” ( Jer 36:32 NASB ) “Then Jeremiah took another roll and gave it to Baruch the scribe, the son of Neriah, who wrote in it from the mouth of Jeremiah, all the words of the book which Jehoiakim, king of Judah, had burned in the fire. And many words like them were added to them.” ( Jer 36:32 LITV) “Jeremiah then took another scroll and gave it to Baruch the son of Neriah, the secretary, and at Jeremiah’s dictation he wrote on it all the words of the scroll that King Jehoiakim of Judah had burned in the fire. And many more words like those were added.” (Jer 36:32 NWT) “You are not being sent to many peoples speaking an unintelligible language or an unknown tongue, whose words you cannot understand. If I would send you to them, they would listen to you.” (Eze 3:6 NWT) “The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference between lightning and a lightning bug.” (Mark Twain) “A grandfather was walking through his yard when he heard his granddaughter repeating the alphabet in a tone of voice that sounded like a prayer. He asked her what she was doing. The little girl explained: ‘I’m praying, but I can’t think of exactly the right words, so I’m just saying all the letters, and God will put them together for me, because He knows what I’m thinking.’” (Charles B. Vaughan) Where I’m going with this is about the word “fallen/fall/to fall” used at Rev. 9:1. “The fifth angel blew his trumpet. And I saw a star that had fallen from heaven to the earth, and the key to the shaft of the abyss was given to him.” The important word is Greek, pipto = to descend from a higher place to a lower. Let’s use that meaning here. “The fifth angel blew his trumpet. And I saw a star that had descended from heaven to the earth, and the key to the shaft of the abyss was given to him.” “They have over them a king, the angel of the abyss.” Ahhh! The angel with the key is the king over the locusts! (Rev. 9:11 NWT) Hmmm. Now read Rev. 20:1-3. Remember, Revelation is not sequential as given to John. They are different scenes representing different events, at different times, not sequential. Several “Bible Scholars” identify this “angel of the abyss” as Satan. Wrong!