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Golden ratio in position of Mekka and Kaba (muslim holiest place), from North pole to Mekka, and from Mekka to south pole

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Golden ratio in Quranic verse about Mekka

 

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from the begining of the verse to en of the word Mekka there is 29 letter, and from Word mekka to end of the verse there is 18 letter.

We see clearly golden ration in nature, humans, position of Mekka, and quranic verse about Mekka

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Golden ratio in Quran

 

In this example we see clearly nummerical miracle, between odd and even numbers and how the correspond to sum of chapters and verses

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Here, we have repetetive nummerical values from the table above

for example chapters 85 and 99 have same nummerical value 107, we summerize all repetitive nummerical values

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Here, we have non-repetitive nummerical values, and we summerize them also

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We can clearly see golden ratio between Reptitive and non-repetitive nummerical values from this table

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i have confirmed myself that Mekka is indeed in golden ratio between south pole and noreth pole

 

evidence from google earth

 

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Mekka golden ratio in the world

 

12348,32 / 7631,68 = 1,618.......

 

same as position od word mekka in Quranic verse

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North pole coordinates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

exact position of golden ration in Mekka

 

 

 

 

South pole coordinates

 

 

 

 

 

 

Golden ratio Point measured from SOuth pole to Mekka with coordinates

 

 

 

 

so

 

 

 

 

12365,15 / 7639,70 = 1,618....

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Quran is symmetrical book

 

(Sequence number of Chapter)-(Verses) =

 

4 combination:

 

odd-odd

odd-even

even-even

even odd

 

example first chapter Fatiha has sequence number 1 and 7 verses, then it is in ODD-ODD section

 

Look how Quran is constructed symmetrically, amazing

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Homogenus are ODD-ODD, EVEN-EVEN

 

Non-homogenus are odd-even, even-odd

 

It is also constructed simmetrically

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Now we divide Quran in half, first part of quran 57 chapters, and second part quran 57 chapters

 

even this is also symetrical between homogenus and non-homogenus

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This is evidence that quran is simmetrical book also, for more detailed explanation of this you can read here

 

http://www.simetrikkitap.com/subject1.pdf

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Can you really imagine that this book is from muhammed or any humanbeing and not from God

Look this

 

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to confirm this you can klick on this website

http://corpus.quran.com/concept.jsp?id=prophet

klick on the right name of the prophet, and then you will see number of occurances, you can confirm how many times every prophet was mentioned by name.

and to confirm how many times root word (R S L) for Resul/Messenger occured in quran klick here

http://corpus.quran.com/qurandiction...q=rsl#(2:87:19)

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after all those nummerical miracles in quran, wich gives further proof that quran only can be from God, not from humans, that is why

 

God challenge humanity to produce such Quran:

 

2:23 If you have doubts about the revelation We have sent down to Our servant(Muhammed), then produce a single chapter like it- enlist whatever supporters you have other than God- if you truly [think you can].

 

24 If you cannot do this- and you never will- then beware of the Fire prepared for the disbelievers, whose fuel is men and stones.

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I don't understand what all these numbers mean. Perhaps you can explain.

 

regards,

 

ron

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I don't understand what all these numbers mean. Perhaps you can explain.

 

regards,

 

ron

 

This means that Quran is programmed book mathematically, symmetrically, and texts, chapter numbers and verse numbers cooperate with each other troughout whole book. If you would add one more verse in the Quran, this programming would fall apart, and quran would not be programmed book., nor symmetrical, even if we would take away one verse from quran, it would be same result.

 

This is great evidence that quran is a book of God, a living miracle wich everybody can test, and verify nummerical miracles of the Quran.

 

Miracles of Quran, Word Repetitions

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1HTOzMk8is

 

Testing the Mathematical Miracles in the Quran - 1 of 2

 

Testing the Mathematical Miracles in the Quran - 2 of 2

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Sea-Land ratio in The Quran 

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Sea mentioned in singular 33 times in the Quran 

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Land mentioned in singular 12 times in the Quran

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12+33= land +sea = 45 totally on earth

33/45= 0.733333 ---> 73.3% water covering the earth

how is it according to latest study from the U.S. Geological Survey
http://www.livescience.com/29673-how...-on-earth.html

How much water is that? It's roughly 326 million cubic miles (1.332 billion cubic kilometers), according to a recent study from the U.S. Geological Survey. Some 72 percent of Earth is covered in water


second way of counting is
The simple singular form of the word “Sea” (بحر = bahr) occurs exactly 33 times: (20:77) And verilyWe inspired to Moses: "Travel by night with my servants and strike for them a path through the sea [that is] dry (البحر يبسا= al bahri yabasan); you shall not fear that you may be overtaken [by Pharaoh] and you shall not be afraid [while passing through the dry sea.]"
It is obvious that once we take into account the actual meaning of 20:77, “the sea [that is] dry” cannot possibly symbolize part of the Earth’s hydrosphere (Water coverage of the earth) since it does not account for the physical “Sea” that covers our planet. It refers on the contrary to the exact opposite, and it actually means “dry Land” not covered by the Sea in the Quranic context.so they make the word sea 32 times by excluding one ebcaus it doesnt mean sea and swap it to make that word refer to land so u have land 13 times sea 32 After this “transfer” between “Sea” and “Land”, we are now left with 32 words “Sea” (instead of 33) where the word specifically refers to the “water coverage of the Earth”, and 12 occurrences of “Land” + the additional expression “the sea that is dry


for land 13
for sea 32


32 /45 = 0.71111--->
71.1% 


so basically according to Quran Water covering Earth is between 71.1%-73.3%

 

 

Total gematrical  values for the 12 words (land) 

 

e.g chapter 5:96 land- 233

chapter 6:59- Land 233

etc

 

add 233+233+233+2333.... (add it 12 times) u get 2796

 

now sea , sea is mentioned 33 times numerical value of bahr is  241

add 241 33 times u get  7922

 

7922+2796=10718

now 2796/10718= 26,08%- Land

7922/10718 =73,9% water

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Assalamualaikum,

Subhanallah, what a great thing is our Quran! XD Thanks for providing such a valuable informations Brother! :) I hope more people will read this thread and realize that Quran's really a miracle from God, Allah.

Keep posting! ;)

Wassalam

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The Miracle of Adam & Jesus (Peace be upon them)

As is well known, Jesus Christ (pbuh) is one of the most popular and controversial personalities in history. To some, he is seen as God, to others he is the son of God. Muslims in particular, however, view Jesus Christ as a messenger of God, who was sent to spread God’s word and obey his commands, as did Moses (pbuh), Noah (pbuh), Abraham (pbuh) and those who were sent before him, as well as Muhammad (pbuh) who was sent after him. Muslims have a most honourable regard for Jesus, and belief in him is a condition of Islam.

While it may come as a surprise to some, the Qur’an is in fact a great source for anyone wishing to learn about Jesus Christ! The Qur’an speaks with utmost respect and beauty of this Holy Messenger and his mother Mary.

There is no doubt that there are people who are sceptical about the Qur’an and consider it the written word of Muhammad, and it is the duty of a Muslim to acknowledge and respect all opinions, so long as they can be logically and fairly proven.

There are also people who deny the Prophets and the miracles that came with them. Among those are the miracles of the creation of Adam and Jesus Christ. God's response to those rejecting such miracles is: (Indeed, the example of Jesus to Allah is like that of Adam. He created Him from dust; then He said to him, "Be," and he was.) [Al-Imran: 59].

 

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In examining this verse, we notice that God Almighty tells us that Jesus Christ, like Adam (pbuh), was created without a father. Similarly, both were Prophets, and both presented a miracle in the way in which their exemplary morals and behaviour were different from those of ordinary people. This is the Islamic argument; that Jesus cannot be regarded as divine simply because he had no father, because if that holds true, then Adam must also be considered divine as he had neither a father nor a mother.

But the question is: How can this verse really convince someone who simply rejects the Qur’an as the true word of God? After all, a sceptic has every right to be sceptical, but along with this scepticism comes a right upon him to seek proof in order to erase any doubt beyond question! So is there any physical proof for the truth of these words? Is there something, within this verse, that can tangibly prove the proposed similarities between Jesus and Adam? No judgment is made in the words to follow; this is left for the reader to contemplate.

What is interesting is that this connection between Jesus and Adam is not merely confined to the meaning of the verse as explained above. This connection even exists with regards to the various mentions of both Jesus and Adam in the Qur’an.

To explain further, if we look for the word ‘Jesus’ in the Qur’an, we find that it is mentioned 25 times in the Qur’an. Similarly, if we look at the mention of ‘Adam’ in the Qur’an, we find, again, that it is mentioned exactly 25 times!

It is only natural for an atheist, probably even a Muslim, to consider this a coincidence. Therefore, we must look further, and see whether God Almighty has deposited in this verse any consistent numerical symmetry that could destroy any possibility of coincidence.

Now, reflecting on the various verses where Jesus and Adam are mentioned, we find that the previous verse – (Verily, the likeness of Jesus before Allah is the likeness of Adam) - is the only verse in the Qur’an where both Jesus and Adam were mentioned collectively. In no other verse do the two names meet; this gives the verse a pivotal importance in our discussion.

Furthermore, and amazingly enough, the number of times the word Adam was mentioned from the beginning of the Qur’an up to and including this crucial verse is 7 times, and the number of times Jesus was mentioned from the beginning of the Qur’an up to and including this verse is also 7 times!

That's not all! The 19th occurrence of the word Adam appears in chapter 19 "Mary". At the same time, the 19th occurrence of the word Jesus appears also in chapter 19 "Mary"!

To better illustrate this beautiful consistency, each of the 25 verses mentioning Jesus and Adam are listed below in their order of appearance in the Qur’an:

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The above facts demonstrate the accurateness of the Qur’an in its depiction of Jesus and Adam, not only in terms of meaning, but also in terms of context and numerical symmetry. Both prophets are mentioned 25 times, and the sole place where they meet together is at the point where both happen to be mentioned for precisely the seventh time. In addition, anyone who reads the Qur’an will note that this is not a deliberate play on words to simply preserve consistency; meaning and context are never lost throughout the verses of this Holy Book.

Finally, this is simply one out of thousands of similar examples that have been discovered in the Qur’an, and the question is whether all these can come by chance? Or is it in fact God Almighty who preserved this perfect balance? This is left to the reader’s discretion, but regardless the answer, the ever-present challenge of the Qur’an to all of mankind and angels still resonates today: (Say: If the whole of mankind and the Jinns were to gather together to produce the like of this Qur'an, they could not produce the like thereof, even if they backed up each other with help and support.) [Al-Isra’: 88].

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you can confirm it here

http://corpus.quran.com/qurandictionary.jsp?q=lyl

 

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and Hell/Djahannam is mentioned 77 times, gates of hell acording to quran are 7, and color black is mentioned 7 times in quran, and prophet said that fire in the Hell is black.

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We know that Human have 46 chromosomes

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word Insan/human is mentioned in quran 46 times before chapter Insan/Human

 

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cool/coolness mentioned 4 times in the quran

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the heat mentioned also 4 times in the quran

 

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people look how beautifully quran is programmed

 

This is the equation , if you get an evil idea from satan seek refuge in God

 

41:36 And if there comes to you from Satan an evil suggestion, then seek refuge in Allah . Indeed, He is the Hearing, the Knowing.

 

Iblis is Satan mentioned 11 times in Quran

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Seeking refuge also mentioned 11 times in the quran

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amazing book indeed.

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+Bone(15)

 

human

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feotus(Mudgha) occurs 3 times 

 

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flesh 12 times

 

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wine 6 times

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intoxication, intoxicated, intoxicant also 6 times

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(Advice/Preach) - Tongue 25 times mentioned

 

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angels-devils 88 times

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this World-Hereafter 115 times mentioned in the quran

 

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worry-reassurence 13 times

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Amazing Miracle in "Alrahman" Chapter        

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Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinns and men) deny?” Why is this Verse repeated 31 times in the same Chapter?….

 

This is a question that puzzled me for so long; I could not figure out why this particular verse occurs no less than 31 times in the Holy Qur’an and in the same Chapter, namely Ar-Rahman (The Beneficent).  Let’s take a look at a wonderful numerical consistency.

Many are the puzzling phenomena that seem to elude us about the Qur’an.  Such phenomena are a strong point of argument for people who question the validity of the Qur’an.  Many sceptics, for instance, claim that the Qur’an is the written word of Muhammad (pbuh).

When certain verses are repeated many times, such as the verse mentioned above, one argument that sceptics present is that Muhammad used to forget what he wanted to write and therefore repeated the same verses over and over again.  Therefore, to apply reason, we will assume that this argument may hold true, and say this: If Muhammad indeed did write the Qur’an and therefore this Chapter (The Beneficent), why then did he repeat this verse a total of 31 times?  What is the wisdom behind such repetition, why such a peculiar number, and why isn’t only once enough?

Our belief, of course, is that Muhammad never wrote a single word of the Qur’an; that it is the word of God Almighty, and that He, in his great wisdom, placed secrets within its verses that, if uncovered will reveal an unprecedented miracle for any atheist living on Earth today!     

After researching this Verse for some time, I discovered a profound numerical arrangement based on the central number of 7, an assurance that no unnecessary repetition exists in the Qur’an.  Rather, it is a miraculously delicate consistency.

The number 7, as noted in previous research articles, has many wonderful implications throughout the Qur’an, and is the basis for all research relating to the Qur’an’s numerical miracle. 

Therefore, I observed the Verses of “The Beneficent” where the Verse (Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinns and men) deny?”) is repeated, and found that it is first cited in the 13th Verse and last cited in the 77th Verse of the Chapter.  This is illustrated below: 

The Most Gracious (Allah)! (1) Has taught (you mankind) the Quran (by His Mercy). (2) He created man. (3) He taught him eloquent speech. (4) The sun and the moon run on their fixed courses (exactly) calculated with measured out stages for each (for reckoning). (5) And the herbs (or stars) and the trees both prostrate. (6) And the heaven He has raised high, and He has set up the Balance. (7) In order that you may not transgress (due) balance. (8) And observe the weight with equity and do not make the balance deficient. (9) And the earth He has put down (laid) for the creatures. (10) Therein are fruits, date-palms producing sheathed fruit-stalks (enclosing dates). (11) And also corn, with (its) leaves and stalk for fodder, and sweet-scented plants. (12) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (13) He created man (Adam) from sounding clay like the clay of pottery. (14) And the jinn He created from a smokeless flame of fire. (15) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (16) (He is) the Lord of the two easts (places of sunrise during early summer and early winter) and the Lord of the two wests (places of sunset during early summer and early winter). (17) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (18) He has let loose the two seas (the salt and the fresh water) meeting together. (19) Between them is a barrier which none of them can transgress. (20) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (21) Out of them both come out pearl and coral. (22) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (23) And His are the ships going and coming in the seas, like mountains. (24) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (25) Whatsoever is on it (the earth) will perish. (26) And the Face of your Lord full of Majesty and Honour will remain forever. (27) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (28) Whosoever is in the heavens and on earth begs of Him (its needs from Him). Every day He is (engaged) in some affair (such as giving honour or disgrace to some, life or death to some, etc.)! (29) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (30) We shall attend to you, O you two classes (jinn and men)! (31) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (32) O assembly of jinn and men! If you have power to pass beyond the zones of the heavens and the earth, then pass beyond (them)! But you will never be able to pass them, except with authority (from Allah)! (33) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (34) There will be sent against you both, smokeless flames of fire and (molten) brass, and you will not be able to defend yourselves. (35) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (36) Then when the heaven is rent asunder, and it becomes rosy or red like red-oil, or red hide. (37) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (38) So on that Day no question will be asked of man or jinn as to his sin, (because they have already been known from their faces either white or black). (39) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (40) The guilty will be known by their marks, and will be taken by the forelocks and the feet. (41) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (42) This is Hell which the guilty deny. (43) They will go between it (Hell) and the fierce boiling water! (44) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (45) But for him who fears the standing before his Lord, there will be two Gardens (i.e. in Paradise). (46) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (47) With spreading branches. (48) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (49) In them (both) will be two springs flowing (free). (50) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (51) In them (both) will be every kind of fruit in pairs. (52) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (53) Reclining upon the couches lined with silk brocade, and the fruits of the two Gardens will be near at hand. (54) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (55) In them will be (Maidens), chaste, restraining their glances, whom no man or Jinn before them has touched. (56) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (57) (In beauty) they are like rubies and coral. (58) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (59) Is there any reward for good other than good? (60) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (61) And besides these two, there are two other Gardens (i.e. in Paradise). (62) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (63) Dark green (in colour). (64) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (65) In them (both) will be two springs gushing forth. (66) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (67) In them (both) will be fruits, and date- palms and pomegranates. (68) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (69) Therein (gardens) will be fair (wives) good and beautiful. (70) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (71) Fair ones, close guarded in pavilions; (72) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (73) whom no man or Jinn before them has touched. (74) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (75) Reclining on green cushions and rich beautiful mattresses. (76) Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinn and men) deny? (77) Blessed is the Name of your Lord (Allah), the Owner of Majesty and Honour. (78)

I have highlighted the repeated Verses in blue to make it easier for readers to check these facts for themselves.  Counting these Verses, we find that they are 31, and their respective numbers are as follows:

13 16 18 21 23 25 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59 61 63 65 67 69 71 73 75 77

Arranging the numbers

It must be noted that in all our research of the numerical miracles, we follow the exact same method of arranging numbers, and that is by placing one number in front of the other, and reading the resulting number as it appears. 

That being said, when we arrange the numbers of the 31 Verses shown above, the result is a huge 62-digit number:

77757371696765636159575553514947454240383634323028252321181613

This large number, which represents the Verse numbers where (Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinns and men) deny?), is, amazingly enough, a multiple of seven: a whole number with no decimals! 

This coherence, to me at least, demonstrates that these Verses were perfectly assembled by God Almighty.  Still, however, one may have his doubts.  So what is the evidence that this did not simply happen by chance?

Reading from the opposite direction

The Verse we are dealing with talks about mankind and Jinns, and is a reminder for them of the endless blessings of God.  Now, reading this 62-digit from the opposite direction; i.e. from right to left, we arrive at the following:

31618112325282032343638304245474941535557595163656769617375777

Incredibly, this number is yet again a multiple of 7!  Therefore, to reflect: the figure which represents the numbers of Verses where (Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinns and men) deny?) is divisible by 7 in both directions, whichever way it is read.  Is this not a powerful indication that no meaningless repetition exists in the Qur’an, but a perfect numerical system instead?        

 

No coincidence in the Qur’an

Still, one may continue to claim that the possibility of coincidence cannot be completely ruled out.  Hence, we search further.  

At this point, it is crucial to ask:  Why 31?  Why is this verse not repeated 32 or 30 times?  What is the wisdom behind this number?  Confronted with these questions, I did a simple experiment.  Numbering the repeated Verses in sequential order (i.e. 1-2-3-4...31), I placed the resulting number as shown below:

 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 1819 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31


To my surprise, this was a multiple of 7!  And, applying the same logic as the example above, I read the number from right to left, and then found that the number, namely:

12345678901112131415161718191021222324252627282920313
to be perfectly divisible by 7!!

This, for me, erases any doubt as to the possibility of coincidence.

Please note, that in the above example, had the Verse numbers been in any other order (e.g. the first repeated Verse was Verse [12] rather than Verse [13]), the resulting number would have not been divisible by 7, and would have had decimals.  Also, had the number of Verses been 30 or 32 instead of 31, all the above numbers would have not been divisible by 7, and would have all had decimals!  

31 Again

Another beautiful consistency I noticed relates to the following Verse of the Chapter we dealt with, The Beneficent.  It reads: (We shall attend to you, O you two classes (jinns and men)! (The Beneficent: 31). In Arabic, these ‘jinns and men’ are referred to in this Verse in just one word, namely (Ath-thaqalan). It should be noted that this is the only Qur’anic reference to both mankind and jinns collectively in one word.  So I wondered: is there any relationship between this Verse and the repeated Verses, which directly address jinns and men? 

I realised that that Verse was the 31st Verse of the Chapter!  In other words, the number of repeated Verses which directly address jinns and men are 31, and so is the Verse number where they are collectively addressed in one word.  Again, we find that this consistency could not have easily arrived by chance.     

The Results
To reflect upon our results we found that:

  1. The 62-digit number comprised of the Verse numbers representing the repeated Verse (Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinns and men) deny?) is a multiple of 7, read from both directions.
  2. The 53-digit number comprised of the numbers 1 through to 31 in serial order, is also a multiple of 7, read from both directions.
  3. Any arrangement of numbers other than that used above as indicated by the Holy Qur’an would have contradicted this numerical consistency and resulted in numbers that were not multiples of 7 and therefore not whole numbers.

Please note that a normal calculator cannot usually perform such large calculations.  In this case, even some scientific calculators may not arrive at a perfect number without decimals.  To make life easier for those wishing to crunch the numbers for themselves, we have provided a useful link below that assists in this.    

In the end, we can only say that Glory be to Allah for these wonderful miracles.  At the same time, we say that all opinions and judgments are respected, regardless of whether readers choose to believe what is presented.  In our modest opinion, however, it is only through the wisdom of God Almighty that these numbers were arranged with such perfection, confirming that this Holy Book is not one of repetition, but a profound miracle in every sense of the word.  And it is He, God Almighty, who says: (And say: Praise be to Allah who will show you His Signs so that ye shall know them, And thy Lord is not unaware of what ye do.) [Al-Naml (The Ants): 93].

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By: Abduldaem Al-Kaheel

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The Million Digit Calculator http://www.comptune.com/calc.php?methos=GET&base1=10&base2=10&S1=1234567890111213141516171819%0D%0A1021222324252627282920313&S2=7&func=bcdiv&base3=10&places=100

 

Indeed, God Almighty has organised the letters, words, Verses and Chapters of his Book based upon this number, as proof that the author of the Holy Qur’an is in fact the Creator of the seven heavens and the universe.

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totally Amazing :cool:

 

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