Tuesday 23 April 2019

THE WORD “QURAN” AND NUMBER 19

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When we examined the verses with the initial letter “Qaf”, we saw that the “Quran” is the form used most frequently among its derivations and the form “Quran” is used 57 (19 × 3) times and this number is a multiple of 19. We have seen other characteristics of 57 before; there are 57 Qafs in the sura Qaf and the numerical value of the word “Glorious” (Majid) is also 57.

The word “Quran” has two other derivations besides the form “Quran,.” These are “Quranehu” and “Quranen.” “Quranen” is used 8 times and “Quranehu” is used twice in the Quran. (The 15th verse of the sura “Jonah” is not included, as it mentions “another Quran.” In addition, the 31st verse of the 13rd sura is not included, as it describes a nonexistent type of “Quran” that destroys mountains and brings dead people back to life. The 44th verse of the 41st sura is also excluded, as it describes a nonexistent “Quran” as well, which is a “Quran” in another language. These descriptions do not describe the “Quran” revealed to Prophet Muhammad, therefore they are not included.)

We saw that 19 is a prime number and the factors of 19 cannot be separated. (A prime number is a number which is divisible only by itself and “1.” A prime number produces numbers; it does not derivate from other numbers.) The number “67,” which is the number of all the derivations of the word “Quran,” is a prime number and has an interesting characteristic. The number “67” is the 19th prime number.

Prime number row

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

Prime number

2

3

5

7

11

13

17

19

23

 

Prime number row

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

Prime number

29

31

37

41

43

47

53

59

61

67

67 happens to be the 19th prime number. Thus, this data draws attention to prime numbers and certifies the importance we give to them.

We saw before that the word “glorious” (majid), whose numerical value is 57, identifies the word “Quran” in the sura “Qaf.” The word “glorious” (majid) identifies once more the word “Quran” in the 21st verse of the 85th sura. The interesting point is that the identified word “Quran” in the 21st verse is the last use of that word and it is the 57th use in the Quran. As a result, the word “glorious” (majid) with a numerical value of 57 identifies the word “Quran” twice (57×2) in the Quran; the number we get is 114 (19×6) and this is the number of suras in the Quran.

The Quran has many names or attributes such as “Reminder” (Zikir) and “Light” (Nur). The studies so far have shown that the number of these names was about 57. In light of the given data, we hope that this number will be 57. God knows the truth. We think that, if meticulous research is carried out on this subject, the names of the Quran will present a table which depends on the code 19, as the names of God present one.

We would like to give some interesting hints to researchers who wish to examine the names of the Quran. Our wish is that there will be meticulous researchers who find other miraculous data related to the code 19 in the Quran. We shall examine the 19th, 38th, 57th (these numbers are multiples of 19) and 50th uses of the derivations of the word “Quran.” The 50th use of the derivations of the word “Quran” is important because it combines the word “Glorious” (Majid) and the letter “Qaf” that we examined in the first verse of the sura “Qaf” which is the 50th sura (All the derivations of the Quran consist of the form “Quran” and the form “Quranen” written with an extra letter “Alif” and the form “Quranehu” written with an extra letter “He”).

The 19th derivation of “Quran” (17th sura, 60th verse)

The 38th derivation of “Quran” (36th sura,2nd
verse9 36+2=38 (19×2)

The 50th derivation of “Quran” (50th sua,1st
verse) Qaf,Quran,Majid

The 57th derivation of “Quran” (56th sura,77th
verse) 56+77=133(19×7)

And then, the 19th, 38th, 50th and 57th uses of the “Quran” form are examined.

The 19thQuran” form (17th sura, 78th verse) 17+78=95(19×5)

The 38thQuran” form (38th sura,1st verse)

The 50thQuran” form (55th sura,2nd verse)
55+2=57 (19×3)

 

The 57thQuran” form (85th sura,21st verse)
Quran, Majid

The total of the sura and verse numbers is a multiple of 19 in four of these eight uses.

It is interesting that the 50th use in the first table is seen in the first verse of the 50th sura, and the 38th use in the second table is seen in the first verse of the 38th sura.

We encountered how the code 19 was encoded in the Quran when researches were done for the names of God. We believe we may find the same kind of encoding if we do careful research for the names of the Quran. God knows the best.

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