The Light of Torah Codes
Here I mention my own limitations in discussing certain kinds of questions.
It is important to know that a great many codes presented in books, on the web, etc, do not in any way conform to the verification and testing methods presented on this site (see especially this page). Any "information" implied by those codes (often agenda-driven) can therefore be completely false.
Individual hobbyists face the same problem - usually unaware of it.
Even more - even when we have a highly significant code - this code might be incomplete, and/or it might be misinterpreted.
Even great prophets who received messages directly from G-d have been prone to misunderstand.
If great prophets can be wrong about direct messages, then we are even more likely to misinterpret indirect hints from codes.
A case in point: the prophet Jonah received a message about the city of Nineveh, that it would be "overturned". He interpreted this to be a message of doom. But ultimately the city was spared because it repented. So the original prophecy of "overturning" came true in a very unexpected - almost opposite - way.
And yet no limitation
The above are of course human limitations. The code itself continues to display an intricacy and a subtlety that I believe come from a Place of no limitation.