Matrix Reloaded, The Easter Egg - License Plate Egg

Towards the beginning of the movie, Agent Smith pulls up in a car. You can read his license plate. It says "IS 5416". In the King James Bible, Isaiah 54:16 says: "Behold, I have created the smith that bloweth the coals in the fire, and bringeth forth an instument for his work; and I have the waster to destoy."

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Contributed By: Boneho Chane on 01-30-2004
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Yup, there it is, nice find.
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Jared123 writes:
Let ME put kugokugo straight! This is not the only number plate scripture reference for starters. If you had half a brain you would recognise that the movie is about different belief systems - faith (Neo has to make a leap of faith in the start, but falls. As all do who try to follow a spiritual path. The ships'name is Nebuchadnezzar - a Jewish king in the Old Testament. There is Trinity .. as in the scriptures,Morpheus is the John the Baptist figure prophesying the chosen one as John the Baptist was preaching in the desert about the coming messiah, Jesus. Neo literally means 'the one'... man I could go on and on, it just pisses me off that people make comments when they don't do their research. !) Getting back to the number plates! There is another scripture, which refers to the dream that Neo has. In the film Neo has a dream when he is lying next to Trinity, Trinity wants to know what the dream means. The scripture stating this is on the number plate of the vehicle of the bad twins (I'm not going to go through the film to see it again.. see for yourself..) When they are chasing Trinity through the streets, the chase ends with Morpheus bending down on his knee to slice the vehicle with his sword. Go through frame by frame and you will see the back of the vehicle displaying the scripture ref. And as for you, a2zcomp! you should know better.
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kugokugo writes:
uh duh dude, there are millions of different versions of the bible, and they all word the verses differently. Come on man i'm not even orthodox and i know that.
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a2zcomp writes:
My King James Version, says "Behold, I have created the Blacksmith who blows the coals in the fire, Who brings forth an instrument for his work; And I have created the spoiler to destroy."... Nice try though...
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