Since the probabity is 1/19 for any word in Basmalah to be repeated is a multiple of 19, for four words it is 1/19^{4}.

If we take into account this probability, along with the probability of the repetition of the word “Witness” (*Shahid*), which replaces the word “name,” to be 19 too, then our probability is 1/19^{5} (Because it is important to find exactly the number 19 rather than anything that is multiple of 19 here, its probability is lower).

Both in the Basmalah and in the table of God’s attributes, the coefficients of the 4 words are 1+142+3+6= 152 (19×8). The probability of the coefficient number being a multiple of 19 is 1/19. If we add this to the previous number, then we have 1/19^{6}.

We have to calculate the numerical value of God’s attributes separately on the right side, because these numbers are not only multiples of 19, but they also exactly correspond to the same numbers on the left side. The biggest mathematical value of any of God’s names is 2698. There are 2698 whole numbers up to 2698. We can show our set like this: (1, 2, 3, 4, ……, 2696, 2697, 2698). The probability of finding exactly the number that we want from this set of numbers is 1/2698. If we repeat this operation four times then the probability of finding the numbers we want is 1/2698^{4}. The probability we have found up to now is 1/19^{6} x 1/2698^{4}:

Here is the result… Read it if you can!

1/2.492.811.198.929.640.000.000

This unreadable number is sufficient in itself to show how impossible it is to form even a single 19 table by chance. Since this number represents the probability of forming a single table like that, who can come up with the assertion that there is not a 19 code in the Quran, which Quran itself says that it will dispel suspicion? Even the probability of a single table shows the Quran’s miracle and how unchangeable it is.

There are other aspects that would serve to lessen the probability. For example, the total of the four values on both sides is 5776 (5776 = 4^{2} x 19^{2}). In this table, a system with 19, with symmetry of four numbers on each side, can be seen. If we take the numbers 4 and 19 shown by this table, and if we multiplied by the number 2 to the second power, which shows the two sides, it would be equal to the total of all the numbers. It is seen that by doing so we could add a few digits to the denominator. But, because it would be difficult to show why we added this result to the probability, and because of the complexity of the calculation, we did not add this to the final result. Apart from this, we mentioned that 19 was the 8^{th} prime number. On the two sides of the table we examined eight names of God, and the total of the coefficients on both sides was 152 (19×8). But we did not take these aspects, which could lessen the probability, into consideration.

The mathematical value of the words “God,” “Gracious,” and “Merciful,” which form the names of God in Basmalah, is a multiple of 19:

The mathematical value of God’s names which form Basmalah < ![endif]–> | |||

God | Gracious | Merciful | Total |

66 + | 329 + | 289 | 684 (19×36) |

There are numerous 19-based numerical phenomena in Basmalah. Some of these are as follows:

1. If we write the number of the letters of the words in Basmalah after their serial numbers, we get an eight-digit number and this number is a multiple of 19:

1 3 2 4 3 6 4 6 = 19 x 19×36686

2. Now, let us replace the number of the letters of these words with their total mathematical values. The number we get is a fifteen-digit number and this number is a multiple of 19:

1 102 2 66 3 329 4 289 = 19 x 5801401752331

3. Now, let us replace the total mathematical value of the words with the mathematical value of each letter. For example, in place of 102, which is the total mathematical value of the first word, let’s write 2, 60, 40 which are the mathematical values of each letter in that word. We get a thirty-seven-digit number and this number is a multiple of 19 (You can check these divisions in a computer. We wonder whether some disbelievers will claim that the Prophet Muhammad discovered the computer 1400 years ago!):

4. Let us write the total number of letters in that word instead of the number of letters of each word we used in the first example. For instance, let us write 7(4+3), which is the total number of letters of the first and second words in the place of 4, which is the number of letters of the second word. This ten-digit number is also a multiple of 19:

1 3 2 7 3 13 4 19 = 19 x 69858601

5. Now, let us replace the mathematical value of each word used in the second example with the total mathematical value of these words. We get a sixteen-digit number, and this number is a multiple of 19. Then, we use the total mathematical value, as we used the total number of letters in the fourth example:

1 102 2 168 3 497 4 786 = 19 x 58011412367094.

6. In the third example, we wrote the mathematical value of each word after the serial number of each word. Now, let’s write in front of these mathematical values, the letter number of that mathematical value. The number we have is an exact multiple of 19:

112260340 21123033045 311230320048540650 411230320048510640 = 19 x 590843895848581….

7. Now, add the number of letters and the mathematical value of the letters in the first two examples. And then write this total number after the serial number of the words. For example, take 3, which is the total of the letters of the first word, and 102, which is the mathematical value of these three letters. Add 3 and 102. You get 105. Write this number (105) after the first word. This number is also an exact multiple of 19:

1105 270 3335 4295 = 19 x 5817212281805

8. If you write the serial numbers of each letter in Basmalah from 1 to 19 after the mathematical value of each letter of the Basmalah, you get a sixty-two digit number and this number is also a multiple of 19:

2 1 60 2 40 3 1 4 30 5 30 6 5 7 1 8 30 9 200 10 8 11 40 12 50 13 1 14 30 15 200 16 8 17 10 18 40 19 = 19 x 113696858647648……

9. If you write the serial numbers of the words (1, 2, 3, 4) after the parts pointing out each word in the number above, you get a sixty-six digit number and this number is an exact multiple of 19:

21 602 403 1 14 305 306 57 2 18 309 20010 811 4012 5013 3 114 3015 20016 817 1018 1019 4 = 19 x 113696858496344…..

10. In the ninth example, we wrote the serial numbers of the words (1, 2, 3, 4) after the mathematical values and the number of letters. Now, let us replace the serial numbers of the words with the mathematical value of each word (102, 66, 329, 289). The number we get is again an exact multiple of 19:

21 602 403 102 14 305 306 5766 18 309 20010 811 4012 5013 329 114 3015 20016 8 17 1018 4019 289 = 19 x 113696858432332….

Abdullah Arık deals with the mathematical structure of Basmalah in detail in his book, “*Beyond Probability*.” We are going to limit our discussion here, however, since too much detail may bore and confuse some people.

The 19-based peculiarities of this verse consisting of 19 letters and 4 words are amazing. As we always remember the mercy of God when we say “*Bismillahirrahmanirraheem*” (in the name of God, Gracious, Merciful), we can remember that God shows His incredible miracles and He displays His mercy. The Basmalah, which shines brightly with its 19 letters on every sura, is a significant part of the code 19 protecting the Quran.

30- Over it is 19

74-The Hidden, 30

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1. Prove that the Basmalah is the first verse of the sura “*The Prologue*” (Contrary to some scholars who considered it just an unnumbered repeating verse; the followers of some sects, thus, do not recite Basmalah loudly when they recite the sura “*The Prologue*”).

2. Point out the miraculous structure of the sura “*The Prologue.*”

3. Prove that the sequence of the suras is arranged by God.

We can confidently say that the sura “*The Prologue*” is the text that is repeated the most frequently in the world. We do not know any other texts that are repeated as frequently as this in any religion or community. People have repeated this text for more than 1400 years. The sura “*The Prologue*” is read every day many times in almost every prayer. It is the sura that is recited the most frequently, and it is the text repeated the most frequently in the world. We give the translation of the sura “*The Prologue*” before we deal with its mathematical structure.

1- In the name of God, Gracious, Merciful.

(1-The Prologue, 1)

2- Praise be to God, Lord of the worlds.

(1-The Prologue, 2)

3- He is Gracious, Merciful.

(1-The Prologue, 3)

4- Master of the Day of Religion.

(1-The Prologue, 4)

5- Only You we worship, only You we ask for help.

(1-The Prologue, 5)

6- Guide us to the right path,

(1-The Prologue, 6)

7- The path of those You have blessed, not of those who have deserved wrath, nor the strayers.

(1-The Prologue, 7)

Let’s give some examples of the mathematical system of this meaningful text:

1. If we write the verse numbers successively after the number “1,” which is the sura number, the number we arrive at is an exact multiple of 19:

1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 = 19 x 591293

2. If we write the number of the letters of each verse side by side after number “1,” which is the sura number, the fifteen digit number we get is also a multiple of 19 :

1 19 17 12 11 19 18 43 = 19 x 6272169010097

3. If we write the mathematical value of each verse after the number of the letters of each verse, the number we get is a multiple of 19:

119 786 17 581 12 618 11 241 19 836 18 1072 43 6009 = 19 x 630453556901378…

4. If we write the verse numbers before the number of the letters in the previous example, the number we get is an exact multiple of 19:

1 1 19 786 2 17 581 3 12 618 4 11 241 5 19 836 6 18 1072 7 43 6009 = 19 x 589361167148059…

5. If we write the total number of verses and the letters and the total mathematical value side by side after the sura number (1) of the sura “The Prologue,” the number we arrive at is an exact multiple of 19:

1 7 139 10143 = 19 x 90205797

6. If we write the number of verses (7) and the number of words (29) respectively after the sura number (1) of the sura “The Prologue,” the number we get will be an exact multiple of 19:

1 7 29 = 19×91

6. If we write the number of verses (7) and the number of words (29) respectively after the sura number (1) of the sura “The Prologue,” the number we get will be an exact multiple of 19:

1 7 29 = 19×91

This miraculous structure brings to mind the following:

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23. If you are in doubt of what We have revealed to Our Servant,

then bring a sura like this, and call any witness, apart from God,

you like, if you are truthful.

We wonder what kind of logic you might have. Do you think that the Prophet was the first inventor of the computer, or that he was hiding a computer in the sand dunes of the desert in order to perform a miracle like this? Or do you think that we should accept a probability smaller than one over the total of all sub-atomic particles in the universe in order to ignore the Quran’s miracle? Or will you accept this great miracle of the Quran and appreciate that all humans and jinns could not compose anything like it, even if they worked together? What kind of logic do you possess? What kind of logic would you prefer to possess?

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88- Say, “If all the humans and the jinns came together in order to produce a Quran like this, they would surely fail, no matter how much assistance they lent one another.”

17-The Children of Israel, 88

1) The first problem concerns the counting of such vowels like the letter “*Alif**”. Some words in Arabic can be written with or without “**Alif*,” yet they are pronounced in the same way. In addition, the letter “*Hamza*,” which is pronounced like the letter “*Alif*,” was added to the Quran in order to allow people to read the Quran more easily. However, these additions do not change the number of words, the meanings, or the pronunciations of words in the Quran. Since the number of “*Alif*”s in some words is controversial, this causes some problems in the number of occurrences of this letter in some suras that have “*Alif*” as the initial letter. The number of initial letters in the suras is one of the most fundamental characteristics of the code 19. The suras having the initial letter “*Alif*” call for a closer examination. Although Rashad Khalifa has said that his counting of the suras that start with the letter “*Alif*” resulted a number that is multiple of 19, we have remained doubtful about this calculation and so did not include them in this book.

*2) Whether the 128 ^{th} and 129^{th} verses of the sura “*

3) The other problem is about the counting of the letter “*Noon*” in the sura “*The Pen*,” the 68^{th} sura, which is the last sura with initial letters. It begins with the initial letter “*Noon*.” The number of the letter “*Noon*” in this sura is 113 (19×7), but it is claimed that the letter “*Noon*” which is at the beginning was written originally with two “*Noon*”s. Present copies of the Quran have this initial letter with one “*Noon*.” It is claimed that the mathematical code corrects this error. Many more numerical values related to this subject should be studied, and whether the initial letter “*Noon*” at the beginning of the sura “*The Pen*” was written with one or two “*Noon*”s in the ancient copies of the Quran should be investigated. We are waiting for conclusive evidence on this; consequently we will not deal with the counting of the letter “Noon” in the suras beginning with the letter “Noon.”

There are 29 suras with initial letters and the total number of verses having initial letters is 30. We mentioned before that 30 was the 19^{th} composite number. The initial letters themselves form independent verses without any other words in 19 of those 29 suras (for example, “*Alif, Lam, Meem*” is a verse in itself in the sura “*The Cow*”). In the other 10 suras, there are some words after the initial letters (for example, the first verse of the sura “*Qaf*” states, “**Qaf, the Glorious Quran**”).

The number of suras with initial letters as verse | 19 |

The verses draw attention to the Quran (by using the words “Quran” or “Book”) in 9 out of 10 suras that have initial letters together with words. The total of the sura numbers of these 9 suras is the number “190” (10+11+12+13+14+15+27+38+50= 190), and 190 is equal to 10 x 19.

The total number of initial lettered suras that refer to the Quran together with initial letters |
190 (19×10) |

The initial letters can be grouped according to their repetitions. One group consists of initial letters used only once, and the other group consists of initial letters repeated more than once. The initial letters repeated more than once consist of four groups: “*Alif, Lam, Meem*,” “*Ta, Seen, Meem*,” “*Ha, Meem*,” “*Alif, Lam, Ra.*” The number of verses belonging to the suras having these 4 groups of initial letters is 1900 (19 x 100).

The total of the verses in suras which have the repeated initial letter groups |
1900 (19×100) |

There are 67 suras between the second sura of the Quran, which has the first initial letters (2^{nd} sura), and the 68^{th} sura, which has the last initial letters. The number 67 is the 19^{th} prime number. Because 29 of these 67 suras begin with initial letters, there are only 67- 29 = 38 (19×2) suras that are not introduced with initial letters between the suras with initial letters.

The suras that do not have initial letters, between the suras with initial letters | 38 (19×2) |

We mentioned that we were not going to deal with the counting of the letter “*Alif*” in the Quran since there is difficulty in its counting. The difficulty is due to the additional “*Alif*”s inserted in later versions of the Quran to accommodate non-Arabs, and the need for a comprehensive, comparative and critical study of the oldest available versions. However, we can show that the suras introduced with the initial letter “*Alif*” are related to the code 19. For instance, the total of the sura numbers of the suras starting with the initial letter “Alif” is an exact multiple of the number 19.

[2+3+7+10+11+12+13+14+15+29+30+31+32 = 209 (19×11)]

The total of the verse numbers where the letter “Alif” is used as initial letter | 209 (19×11) |

If we examine the number of verses in the suras that begin with initial letters, we see that the 28^{th} and 38^{th} suras consist of 88 verses each, and the 14^{th} and 68^{th} suras consist of 52 verses each. Thus, we see that there are 27 different numbers in the number of the verses of the suras starting with initial letters. The total number of the verses, excluding repetitions, is 2603 (19×137).

The total of the verses in the initial lettered suras, excluding repetitions | 2603 (19×137) |

There are many characteristics that are related to the code 19 in the suras introduced with initial letters. All these examples show that the row of the suras and the number of verses in the Quran are arranged in a given order. There are 14 combinations of initial letters in the Quran and the total number of initial letters in these combinations is 38 (19×2). And if we multiply the serial numbers of these combinations and the number of the initial letters in each combination and then add all these results, it makes up 247 (19×13). Look at the following table:

Row number | Initial letters | Number of letters in the group | The multiplication of the row number and the number of letters |

1 |
Alif-Lam-Meem |
3 |
1×3=3 |

2 |
Alif-Lam-Meem-Sad |
4 |
2×4=8 |

3 |
Alif-Lam-Ra |
3 |
3×3=9 |

4 |
Alif-Lam-Meem-Ra |
4 |
4×4=16 |

5 |
Kaf-He-Ya-Ayn-Sad |
5 |
5×5=25 |

6 |
Ta-He |
2 |
6×2=12 |

7 |
Ta-Seen-Meem |
3 |
7×3=21 |

8 |
Ta-Seen |
2 |
8×2=16 |

9 |
Ya-Seen |
2 |
9×2=18 |

10 |
Sad |
1 |
10×1=10 |

11 |
Ha-Meem |
2 |
11×2=22 |

12 |
Ha-Meem-Ayn-Seen-Qaf |
5 |
12×5=60 |

13 |
Qaf |
1 |
13×1=13 |

14 |
Noon |
1 |
14×1=14 |

Total |
38 (19×2) |
247(19×13) |

An Iranian scholar named Asad also discovered the interesting fact that there are a total of 114 (19×6) verses in which all the 14 letters that are used in the initial lettered suras are present, like the numbers of the suras of the Quran. In these mentioned 114 verses, the most repeated word of the Quran “God” is used 152 (19×8) times exactly.

The number of verses in which all the 14 letters that are used in the initial lettered suras, are present. | 114 (19×6) |

1. The repetitions of only 4 names of God are a multiple of 19 in the Quran.

2. The mathematical values of only 4 names of God are a multiple of 19.

3. The numbers which are the multiple of 19 in each group consisting of 4 words are equal to each other.

4. The multiples of 19 in the repetition of words point to Basmalah. (This shows why “Gracious” (*Rahman*) and “Merciful” (*Raheem*), the names of God, were chosen in Basmalah.)

5. All the coefficients on both sides of the table are equal to the coefficients of the Basmalah.

If we pay attention to these names in the table, we see that the number of repetitions of the word “Witness” (*Shahid*) is equal to the number of the repetitions of the word “name” (*ism*) that is in Basmalah, yet the word “name” is not one of the names of God. Although the word “name” (*ism*) is part of Basmalah, we cannot include it in this list because it is not one of God’s names.

Thus, while examining Basmalah, we have witnessed the code 19 in the Quran, and while examining the names of God, we have come across Basmalah again. This is a table of great beauty.

29- It is tablets for people

74-The Hidden, 29

30- Over it is 19

74-The Hidden, 30

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The total of the occurrence of “Ya” and “Seen” initial letters all through the sura “Ya-Seen” | ||

Ya | Seen | Total |

237 + |
48 |
= 285 (19×15) |

The sura “*Ya-Seen*” contains many scientific signs. We advise you to read this sura and try to understand it. Unfortunately, people always recite this sura after a person dies and they do not even try to understand the meaning of it. However, it is very interesting that God says that the Quran was revealed for the living.

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69- We did not teach him myths, nor is it worthy of him.

This is nothing but a reminder and a Quran making things clear.

36-Ya-Seen, 69

70- To warn the living and justify the word against

those who do not believe.

36-Ya-Seen, 70

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The number of verses in which the words forming the Basmalah are used. | 1919 (19×101) |

The number of verses in which the words forming the Basmalah are used in the suras with initail letters. | 1083 (19×57) |

The number of verses in which the words forming the Basmalah are used in the suras with no initail letters. | 836 (19×44) |

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We counted the words in the numbered verses and found out that the words forming the Basmalah were the multiples of 19. It is clear that the Basmalah is the first numbered verse of sura “*The Prologue*,” which is the first sura. Many people probably have not understood why the Basmalah is numbered only in the sura “*The Prologue*” all through the Quran. And some people have thought that the Basmalah that is at the beginning of the sura “*The Prologue*” was numbered by mistake, or that other Basmalahs were placed at the beginning of other suras to imitate the sura “*The Prologue*.” The code 19 provides a conclusive explanation for this peculiarity and puts an end to all the debates and suspicion on this subject. Does God not say in the 31^{st} verse of the sura “*The Hidden*” that 19 will dispel the suspicions?

The total of the initial letters throughout the sura Mary | |||||

Qaf |
He |
Ya |
Ayn |
Sad |
total |

137 |
175 |
343 |
117 |
26 |
798 (19×42) |

Additionally, in the 19^{th} sura, if we put the mathematical values of “*Kaf, He, Ya, Ayn, Sad*” next to each other we get 20 5 10 70 90 = 19 x 10795110.

There are minor attributes in which the miracle of 19 is made manifest along with the basic characteristics of these suras. But in order not to exceed the limits of our book or to distract our readers’ minds from the fundamental subjects, we shall leave many of those attributes out.

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