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The mathematical mysteries of al-quran

Over it are Nineteen

Chapter: 74, Verse: 30 What is the meaning of this verse of Al-Quran? Various ExpertofexplainingofQuransverses gave various meaning of this verse in the past. According to them, It indicates that there are 19 Angels in the Hell (Jahannam). It indicates that Islam has 19 fundamental bases etc. But every one of them said that only Allah knows the best what the meaning is. Actually it is not there fault that they couldnt explain the total mystery of this verse because that time they hadnt the technology to find out the secrecy of the verse. Now in modern age it seems to us that the actual meaning was left for the people of 20th century. With the help of modern technology like computer, the Quran is being analyzed and we found lots of amazing facts. It was found out that the verses, words, letters and all parameters of the original scripture were coded by means of the prime number 19. The complexity and amazing intricacy of this deliberate structure made it apparent that the phenomenon was extraordinary. Before detailing any of the features of the mathematical design, it is first necessary to demonstrate the meaning of a numerically coded book. Suppose you are asked to write a small book, and that this book must be coded with the number 19 as follows:

Compose a Book:
The conditions are Chapter 1 containing exactly 741 of the letter S, (741 = 19 x 39) Chapter 2 containing exactly 247 Ks and 646 B's (247 = 19 x 13 and 646 = 19 x 34) Chapter 3 containing 893 of the letters T, N and G combined. (893 = 19 x 47) Chapter 4 containing 475 of the letters D and F combined (475 = 19 x 25) The total number of chapters must be 38 (38 = 19 x 2) The total number of sentences must be exactly 1254 (1254 = 19 x 66) etc .................hundreds of such conditions. Note that all the above numbers are multiples of 19. Could you compose such a book? What if the conditions are in their thousands, could you compose such a book with the aid of the best computers? Is it possible that such a book containing these thousands of conditions, which are all multiples of 19, was written by a man who lived in the desert 1400 years ago?

AnEgyptianscientistandcomputerexpertnamed Dr. Rashad Khalifa entered the Quran into a computer in an attempt to search for any design that could account for these letters. The result of his extensive research was the discovery of an intricate mathematical system which pervades the whole Quran and governs all its parameters. This design is so extensive that Dr. Khalifa only discovered the tip of the iceberg. Till this our very day, new discoveries are being unveiled all the time. Some of the features of the pattern are simple and easy for any person without any mathematical skills to see. Equally, some of the aspects of this design require a higher degree of mathematical skills.

The Simple Facts 1- There are 114 chapters in the Quran and 114=19 x 6. 2- There are 30 different numbers mentioned in the Quran (i.e. 1 God, 2 brothers, 7 heavens ... etc.), If we add the 30 numbers we get a total of 162146 = 19 x 8534. 3- First verse of Al-Quran (Bismillah) consists of 19 Arabic letters.

In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful"

4- Total number of times the Bismillah occurs in the Quran is 114 = 19 x 6. 5- It contains four words; each word occurs in the whole Quran in a number that is a multiple of 19

91=91------------ x 1 91=8962------------ x 142

91=75------ x 3 91=411------- x 6
6- The very first revelation, 5 verses of Chapter Al-Alaq that was given to the prophet of Islam, Hazrat Muhammad (Peace be on him) consisted of 19 words.

7- The total number of letters making up the 19 words of that first revelation is Total Arabic letters 76 = 19 x 4. 8- This Chapter Al-Alaq consists of 304 Arabic letters and 304= 19 x 16. 9- Though they were the first revelation, these verses are placed at the beginning of Chapter 96. This chapter is atop the last 19 chapters. 10- The last revealed Chapter An-Nasr (Chapter-110) has 19 words, and its first verse is of 19 letters. 11- God's name in Arabic, Allah, occurs in the Quran 2698 times=19 x 142. 12- If we add the numbers of the verses where Allah occurs, the total is 118123 = 19 x 6217. 13- The main message in the Quran is that there is only One God. The number of times that the word `one' is used to refer to this Concept of One God comes for 19 times. 14- The word `Quran' occurs in 38 different chapters = 19 x 2. 15- The word "Quran" occurs in the Quran 58 times, with one of them, in 10:15, referring to "another quran". This particular occurrence, therefore, must be excluded. Thus, the frequency of the occurrence of God's "Quran" is 57 = 19 x 3 16- The number of chapters in the Quran is 114 (6 x 19) and 619 is the 114th prime number. 17- The first letter of Quran ( )is ( Qaf/Q). It is called Quraniccode. It is used as a QuranicInitial before two Chapters in the Quran, Chapter 42 & 50. Chapter-50 is entitled "Qaf", prefixed with "Q" and the first verse can be translated as: Q, and the Glorious Quran". The indication is very strong that this "Q" represents the Quran.

Here is a summary of the mathematical miracle found in the initial "Q". I. The frequency of occurrence of the Arabic letter ( Q) in Chapter Qaf (Chapter 50) is 57 (= 19 x 3) II. The frequency of the Arabic letter ( Q) in the other Q-initialed Chapter Al-Shura (Chapter 42) is also 57 (= 19 x 3) III. Therefore, the total occurrence of the letter "Q" in the only two "Q"initialed Chapters is: 57 + 57=114 (=19 x 6). This coincides with the total number of Chapters in the Quran which is 114. IV. Chapter-42 has 53 verses and 42+53=95= (19 x 5). V. Chapter-50 has 45 verses and 50+45=95 = (19x5).
VI. The number of "" s in all the verses numbered "19" throughout the Quran is 76 (= 19x 4)

18- Chapter-54 of the Quran is titled Al-Qamar which means "The Moon". We discovered that the first verse in this Chapter which discusses splitting of the moon which is a miracle Prophet Hazrat Mohammad (peace be on him) performed during his life time and has significance for a future event such man's landing on the moon.

The Hour (of Judgment) is nigh, and the moon is cleft asunder

The number of verses from the end of this verse to the end of the Quran is 1389. The year 1389Hijri in the Muslim calendar corresponds to year 1969 AD in the Gregorian calendar, the year in which man landed on the moon for the first time. On July 20, 1969 (6th day of the 5th month of 1389 Hijri), as part of Apollo- 11 mission, astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the Moon.

19- "" means sea (the word bahr (sea) is used both for the sea and other waters like lakes and rivers) that is used 32 times in the Quran.

Again " ( " " & " barr, yabisa) mean "land" are used 13 times in the Quran.


Number of occurrence 32 13

The Ratio 32/45 = 71.111 13/45 = 28.888

The ratio of seas to Earth The ratio of lands to Earth

71% 29%

These are nothing but a few features of the pattern of the Quran. As said before, there are a great many more features, most of them more complex than the ones presented above. There also a lot of mysteries on like Biology, Medical Science, Physics, Chemistry, Astronomy and so on.

Are all of these coincidences?


Quran challenges to human being-"If the whole of mankind and Jinns were to gather together to produce
the like of this Quran, they could not produce the like thereof, even if theybackedupeachotherwithhelpandsupport.(Chapter 17:Verse 88) Ortheymaysay,Heforgedit,Say,Bringyethenten Chapters forged, likeuntoit,andcall(toyouraid)whomsoeveryecan,otherthanAllah! Ifyespeakthetruth! (11: 13) Or do they say, He forged it? Say: Bring then a Chapter like unto it, andcall(toyouraid)anyoneyoucanbesidesAllah,ifitbeyespeakthe truth! (10: 38)

The challenges is gone easier starting from whole Quran to ten chapters to one chapter, But none was able to do so though almost 1400 years passed. It is a Guide and a Healing to those who believe; and for those who believe not, there is deafness in their ears, and it is blindness in their (eyes): They are (as it were) being called from a place far distant!" (Fussilat: 44)

o dont be Blind, dont be Deaf; think Deeply, think Wisely and choose the right path. If you believe in GOD then it is your duty to find out His nominated religion and I think this document will help you to do so.


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