@ Bond : The "Bible Code" is a numerical code, first discovered over 60 years ago by a Czech Rabbi who found that if he skipped 50 Hebrew charaters between characters chosen, the word "Torah" was spelled out at the beginning of each of the books of Genesis, Exodus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. The "Fallen Angels Code" is an "Alphabetical / Etymological Code" embedded within the Biblical Hebrew language. That is to say if you stack the words in the Old Testament in alphabetical order in Hebrew, (Which Strong's Hebrew Dictionary conveniently does for you), then read what you get, you find that there are sentences within it. Now that is something you don't get looking at an English dictionary.
Investigating further and following "Root Traces", (also conveniently provided by Strong's), you can find messages. The one concerning "The Fallen Angels" is an eye witness account of their arrival on earth, as recounted by at least 14 witnesses. Statements of Female witnesses are in descending alphabetical sequence, and Male witnesses are in ascending alphabetical sequence.
One major difference between the "Bible Code" and these codes, is the Bible code messages tend to be very short. That part of "The Fallen Angels Code" which I have cracked runs 16 pages.
NOTE : Most other concordance dictionaries will not work to find coded passages, because most of them take "proper names" out of the main sequence and list them separately. The catch is many Hebrew "proper names" have secondary meanings, and listing them separately, (which Strong's does NOT), breaks up the alphabetical sequence of the Hebrew.