RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GOD AND MAN AND 19

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We can witness code 19 in the verbs that show the relation between God and man in the Quran. As we have seen in the last example and in others prior to that, the code 19 is not only related to the counting of words, but the meanings and the contexts of the words are important as well. For instance, as we have seen, the two “ayat” words (sign) are used to indicate the “signs” human beings show. When we exclude these two words, the number is 380 (19×20). It had to be like this since 19 is a sign of God. Consequently, the word “ayat” related to 19 is the word “ayat” meaning the sign of God. Of course, when the word “ayat” is counted, it is the word “ayat” meaning the proof of God that is counted.

Now, we should examine whether the verbs indicating the relationship between God and man are related to the code 19 or not; for this, the verbs emphasizing the relationship between God and man should be counted. Let us examine six examples, which were studied extensively by Prof. Adib Majul:

The verb “amara:” This verb is used for the orders that God gives. It is used with this meaning 38 (19×2) times. In its other meaning, denoting orders given by others, it is used 35 times.

How many times is the verb “amara” used to indicate God’s orders? 38(19×2)

The sura and the verse numbers where the verb “hakama” shows the relationship between God and man:

Serial number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Sura and verse numbers 2-27 2-67 2-68 2-222 3-80 3-80 4-58 4-60 5-117 6-14
Serial number 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Sura and verse numbers 6-71 6-163 7-12 7-28 7-29 9-31 10-72 10-104 11-112 12-40
Serial number 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Sura
and verse numbers
13-21 13-25 13-36 15-94 16-50 16-90 17-16 27-91 27-91 39-11
Serial number 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38(19×2)
Sura and verse numbers 39-12 40-66 42-15 42-15 66-6 66-6 80-23 98-5

The verb “hakama:” This verb is used 19 times to mean divine commands and judgment. The commands and judgment of the Book (the Quran) are God’s commands; in other words, God instructs us by means of the Book. Thus, instructing and judging by means of the Book are added to this enumeration. Apart from these uses, this verb is used 19 times.


How many times is the verb “hakama” used to indicate the relationship between God and 19

19

The verb “khalaqa:” This verb related to God’s creation is used 171 (19×9) times. Apart from these uses, this verb is used 13 times in reference to creations by those other than God, to express and comment upon the fact that idols cannot create, or as an expression to describe disbelievers’ beliefs about idols’ creation.


How many times is the verb “hakama” used to indicate the relationship between God and 19

19
Serial number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Sura
and verse numbers
2-113 2-213 3-23 355 4-141 5-1 7-87 10-109 12-80 13-41
Serial number 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
Sura
and verse numbers
16-124 22-56 22-69 24-48 24-51 39-3 39-46 40-48 60-10

The verb “khalaqa:” This verb related to God’s creation is used 171 (19×9) times. Apart from these uses, this verb is used 13 times in reference to creations by those other than God, to express and comment upon the fact that idols cannot create, or as an expression to describe disbelievers’ beliefs about idols’ creation.

This verb related to God’s creation is used 171 (19×9) times. Apart from
these uses, this verb is used 13 times, yet this verb is used to express
and comment upon the fact that idols cannot create or as an expression to
describe disbeliever’s beliefs about idols’ creation.


How many times is the word “khalaqa” used for God’s creation?
171(19×9)

The verb “qada:” This verb explains God’s determination. This verb is used 38 (19×2) times in relation to God:

How many times is the word “qada” used for God’s determination? 38(19×2)

The sura and verse numbers where the word “qada” is used:

Serial number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Sura and verse numbers 2-117 2-210 3-47 6-2 6-8 6-60 8-42 8-44 10-11 10-19
Serial number 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Sura and verse numbers 10-47 10-54 10-93 11-44 11-110 14-22 15-66 17-4 17-23 19-35
Serial number 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Sura and verse numbers 19-39 20-114 27-78 28-44 33-36 34-14 35-36 39-42 39-69 39-75
Serial number 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 (19×2)
Sura and verse numbers 40-20 40-68 40-78 41-12 41-45 42-21 42-14 45-17

The verb “allame:” This verb means to teach. This verb is used 19 times to express that God teaches directly or by means of His angels. And this verb is used three times to indicate the teachings of human beings (5-4, 20-71 and 26-49).

How many times is the word “allame” used for God’s teaching? 19

The sura and the verse numbers where the verb “allame” is used:

Serial number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Sura and verse numbers 2-31 2-32 2-239 2-251 2-282 4-113 5-4 5-110 12-37 12-68
Serial number 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
Sura and verse numbers 12-101 18-65 21-80 36-69 53-5 55-2 55-4 96-4 96-5

The verb “ehteda:” This verb is used 38 (19×2) times to mean God’s guiding the righteous. It is used once to mean Jews’ and Christians’ presentation of a wrong way as a righteous one (2-135).


How many times is the word “ehteda” used for God’s guidance?
38(19×2)

The sura and the verse numbers where the verb “ehteda” is used to mean God’s guidance:

Serial number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Sura and verse numbers 2-53 2-137 2-150 2-170 3-20 3-103 4-98 5-104 5-105 6-97
Serial number 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Sura and verse numbers 7-43 7-158 10-108 10-108 16-15 16-16 17-15 17-15 18-57 19-76
Serial number 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Sura and verse numbers 20-82 20-135 21-31 23-49 24-54 27-24 27-41 27-41 27-92 27-92
Serial number 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 (19×2)
Sura and verse numbers 28-64 32-3 34-50 39-41 43-10 46-11 47-17 53-30

These represent a partial summary of Cesar Adib Majul’s work on the relation between 19 and the verbs that indicate God’s signs, orders, teachings, creation, determination, judgment, and guidance. Obviously, all evidence related to the code 19 has not been discovered yet and further research is necessary. The data we have presented are sufficient to show that this evidence is magnificent and cannot be imitated. We hope that these examples will encourage researchers to study the mathematical structure and the related semantic fields of the Quran further.

This is one of the greatest
74-The Hidden, 35
A warning to mankind
74-The Hidden, 36
For those among you who wish to advance or regress.
74-The Hidden, 37

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