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Evidence of God in plain sight Part III of III
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Here is another gem that warrants a new layer. Dr. Haifeng Xu and Zuyi Zhang with Ali Adams have also done some fantastic work on the subject. Their findings on the Surat Fatiha is amazing. There are 7 verses, 29 words, and 139 letters in the chapter. What they have done is to identify a series of what they call the Quran Triplets. In this particular case, it computes like this: 7=7, 2+9=11, 1+3+9=13 and results in prime numbers in either direction 729139 and 139297 with the former resulting in a prime digit sum 7+2+9+1+3+9=31 as well. Once again, I think we are just scratching the surface here.
The kicker is, when a slightly different and more popular spelling convention is considered, the 7 verses and 29 words stays the same, as is the case with the previous spellings, but the letter count increases to 143. The remarkable thing to note is that 143 also happens to be a prime number. Not only that but the new sum results in yet another prime, 179. Furthermore, when 'wah' is taken as a separate word, the word count changes to 31(a prime number). Now we have a new set 7+31+143=181. Yes, 181 is also a prime number. It seems the Quranic patterns have a very high tolerance level. Even when we stick to the original 139 letters and count 'wah' as a separate word the resulting count is 7+31+139=177, another additive prime.
And what does it say in the first chapter? It is not some gibberish in order to make all these patterns come together. The words of the chapter are some of the most profound words ever written. Even in translation the sense is there:
1:1 In the Name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful.
1:2 Praise be to God, the Lord of the worlds,
1:3 the Compassionate, the Merciful,
1:4 Master of the Day of Judgement.
1:5 Thee we worship and from Thee we seek help.
1:6 Guide us upon the straight path,
1:7 the path of those who Thou hast blessed, not of those who incur wrath, nor of those who are astray.
The poetic brilliance is hard to translate but notice how the narrative is split either side of the verse that mentions worship and help (verse 5). Glorification verses are in the top part and those seeking help are at the bottom part. This obviously is in addition to the prime numbers array detailed above.
If that was not enough, there is another layer within this layer, on top or below the one detailed above. Like so many other verses and chapters, this verse is also written by utilizing only a limited number of letters; in this case 21(7x3) letters of the Arabic alphabets are used. Furthermore, each verse of the chapter either ends with Nun
(N) or Meem (M). When all the words ending in Nun are added up, the total is 7 and not surprisingly, all the words ending with Meem also add up to 7. In fact, the chapter is even more tightly knit around the number 7. Please go here to download the book for more details
While we are on the subject of the first chapter, here is yet another layer that adds to the complexity from another angle.
In Kaheel's words:
The Qur’an’s opening chapter consists of seven verses, and as such, each verse ends with a specific word, which acts as a kind of interval or break, separating the verses from each other.
The number representing the letter count of each of Al-Fatiha’s intervals is
7865676, which is indeed a multiple of 7:7865676 = 1123668 x 7
But that’s not all, because the result is also a multiple of 7: 1123668 = 160524 x 7And this result is also a multiple of 7: 160524 = 22932 x 7And this result is again a multiple of 7: 22932 = 3276 x 7This result is yet again a multiple of 7: 3276 = 468 x 7
In other words, our original number 7865676 is a multiple of 7five times!!
7865676 = 468 x 7 x 7 x 7 x 7 x 7
Prof. Ali R. Fazely has taken the prime number aspect to a completely new level. He has covered from twin primes and lonely primes to all the way to Mersenne Primes and Gaussian Primes. Let us not forget that most of the heavy lifting in the Prime numbers field was done in the fifteenth century onward.
A sample of the finding associated with the good professor can be gauged from examples like this:
The number of Chapters (Sura) in the Quran are 114 which is a multiple of 19, 114 = 6x19. Prof. Ali R. Fazely discovered that the number 619 is prime number, and it is the 114th prime.
His findings are still being explored, as one would expect anything that is related to prime numbers to be. But the very fact that the tentacles of these Quranic patterns deep dive into the yet to be explored facets of Mathematics, is certainly food for thought.
Note: A word of caution;the good professor is apparently a follower of Rashad Khalifa, who unnecessarily insisted on dropping the last two verses of chapter nineteen. Some of his finding appears to be directed towards that cause, but perhaps out of loyalty rather than any real merit. But he is after all an astrophysicist and his first loyalty is to scientific proof. I am sure after analyzing the data from other researchers he will think differently.
Perhaps it would be appropriate to now add an aspect of the patterns that put this notion of the last two verses of chapter nine to rest. The number 1957 in the above example of Jesus and Adam shows that even with the original text of chapter nine, the pattern holds. Dropping the two verses also disturbs the total number of times Allah is mentioned, 2699, befittingly a prime number.
The ‘odd even’ conundrum. Let’s keep two numbers in mind:
These findings are based on the work done by Dr. Eng. Halis Aydemir. (His work reportedly is based on earlier researchers) The total number of discoveries constitute an entire book, but we will focus on the one finding that validates the integrity of the verse and chapter structure of the Quran. At the same time, it will dispel notions where claims of addition or subtraction of verses is concerned.
The findings are pretty straightforward, if we were to first create two columns, one for the index of the chapters of the Quran and the other for the number of verses contained in that particular chapter. After that, all we will do is simply add the index to the number of verses of the corresponding chapter and write the results in a third column. Hence the first entry would be 1+7 = 8; second would result in 2 + 286 = 288 and so on. This would give us sums that would either be an even number or an odd number. Next, we add two more columns and write the odd sums in one and the even numbers in the other. What we get is 57 instances of odd numbers and 57 instances of even numbers, a statistical probability but still a perfect balance. Lastly, we add up all the numbers in each of the last two columns. The even column adds up to 6236 and the odd gives us 6555. The very same numbers we started out with.
Professor Ali R. Fazely pops up even here. This an excerpt from his paper from way back in May 1991:
“Let me now go back to the EVEN and the ODD. Let us look at the number of verses in each chapter and see if it is odd or even? If we do this, we find that there are 60 chapters in the Quran which possess an even number of verses and 54 which possess an odd number of verses (60+54=114). Of course, if you add these two numbers you obtain 114 as you should. However, the intricacy of the Quran’s mathematical code becomes more overwhelming if we examine these numbers as the indices of Prime numbers.
What do I mean by that?
For example, the 54th Prime number is 251 and the 60th Prime number is 281. Now let us add them up. 251 + 281 = 532 and 532 = 28 x 19
This is only part of the story! Remember that there are 112 verses in the Quran which are not numbered. These are the Basmalahs which are in the beginning of every chapter except for chapter 9. What happens if we include these verses in the total number of verses in each chapter?
We obtain 52 even numbers and 62 odd numbers.
The 52nd Prime number is 239 and the 62nd Prime number is 293.
Let’s add them up. 239 + 293 = 532 and 532 = 28 x 19 Glory be to Allah. How is that for a miracle. Do not relax! There is still more!
We have two pairs of Prime numbers 251, 281 and 239, 293. Let’s add up all the digits in these two pairs and see what we get! 2 + 5 + 1 + 2 + 8 + 1 = 19 and 2 + 3 + 9 + 2 + 9 + 3 = 28
A single addition or subtraction will result in the collapse of this amazing array. One can always drop verses in multiples of two and then claim that the new count is the correct number of verses but that just flies in the face of the actual Quran in circulation. Mind you this is not simply a case of getting the even and odd right, we must bring in the average number of verses in each chapter as an additional variable. (To claim that it is an unintentional coincidence is even more bizarre, especially when it is referenced in the Quran.) Failing which, the total sums don’t add up to the two very relevant numbers. Mind you this is not the only instance of the odd even patterns. For a quick visual confirmation of the chapter wise distribution please refer to the illustration below.
Chapters 1 to 57 fig
Chapters 58 to 114 fig
Allow me to share an aspect of the Quran that in my opinion is complex enough to amaze just about anybody and yet easy enough to verify within minutes. This is based on the excellent work by Abduldaem Al-Kaheel. This is not something new, in fact his work has been around for almost two decades. It is a pity that all the attention of this space is hogged by the 19 based patterns and most people stop looking after being exposed to the “controversy”.
The interesting thing about this particular case is that one can plot and visualize the core of the phenomenon on a page and half.
The most repeated verse in the Quran by far is:
“Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinns and men) deny?”
In fact, it is repeated word for word 31 times in the same chapter. Hence relatively very easy to verify and validate. No need to run to the “experts” or juggle dozens of variables.
What Kaheel noticed was that in chapter 78 Al Rehman, the above verse is repeated with a very distinct pattern. The first occurrence of the verse is at 13th verse of the Sura Rehman and the last at 77th. I will copy paste from his article the entire chapter for easy reference. The verse in question is in bold for easy verification.
Surah Rehman is a profound commentary on the world around us, in fact the references are not confined just to this world but extend all the way to the Universe beyond our Universe, for want of a better term. Our attention is drawn to the symmetry and balance of God’s creation and true to the layered nature of God’s message we are gifted with what can only be described as a uniquely amazing sign.
Kaheel’s claim is pretty straightforward and consistent with all his other work which in turn is inspired by Quran 15:87 as previously indicated. What Kaheel noticed was that the 31 occurrences of the verse in the chapter follow a complex pattern based on the number 7. Although the moving parts of the pattern are restricted to just four variables and the number 31 itself, the resulting pattern is mind blowing.
Just like his other findings, it can be demonstrated that every aspect of Quran’s order belongs where it is currently positioned.
Kaheel’s methodology is consistent throughout his work and is based on repeating sevens. That is, he places one number in front of the other in a place notation pattern and reads the resulting number as it appears. Please go here and refer to Part 1 to see a detailed explanation. But here is an extract:
“Many researchers into the Qur’anic numbers have attempted to extract a numeric miraclefrom the Qur’an, and most of these studies have concentrated on adding letters and wordstogether.
But mathematics has revealed that more complex methods can be employed, such as positional notation, which we have used extensively to reveal a new, dynamic andcaptivating miracle of numbers.
The mathematical technique known as positional or place-value notation has proven its effectiveness and brilliance across the entire Qur’an. The magnificence of this concept lies in its simplicity. People from all walks of life and areas of knowledge use it every day. Yet because it has no limits, massively large numbers are often achieved, which only adds to the awe-inspiring feeling one receives when such numbers turn out to be perfect, decimal-free multiples of 7, or even multiples of 7 twice, three times or more.
To explain this concept, we start by saying that every number is composed of digits, and every digit in that number possesses a place value (ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, etc.).
Also, every place value is ten times greater than the one preceding it. The origin of this system can in fact be taken from the Qur’an itself, where God Almighty speaks of the rewards of those who perform good deeds and specifically mentions the number 10:
He that doeth good shall have ten times as much to his credit... Al-An‘am, 6:160
We can understand this system by writing a chain of numbers based upon the number 10:
1 – 10 – 100 – 1000 – 10000 – 100000 – .......
Every number in the chain is ten times greater than the number before it. To give a more practical example, we know that the number of verses in the Qur’an is 6236. Each of this number’s four digit has a place value:
6 2 3 6
thousands hundreds tens ones
This can be represented in numerical form:
6 2 3 6
1000 x 6 100 x 2 10 x 3 1 x 6
The sum of this chain is of course the original number:
6000 + 200 + 30 + 6 = 6236
After arranging the numbers of the 31 Verses shown above, the result is a huge 62-digit number. 13 is the first
When you divide this number by 7, we get
Here is where the complexity is taken to another level. When you divide the reverse of the above number taken pair by pair, that is take the pair of 77 and then place the next pair of 75 and so on all the way to 13 then we get
and when we divide this number by 7, we get
It is also wholly divisible by 7
Had we reversed the number without the positional consideration, that is reverse the number by unpairing the two respective number pairs referencing each occurrence of the verse we get
Now this number cannot be used as a place holder for each of the 31 verses in question because, although the first two digits 77 will hold the 31st occurrence of the verse in question correctly, However, we run into trouble with the very next two digits 57 and it loses the property of divisibility by 7 both ways.
Hence if we were to divide the above number by 7, we will get 11,081,959,671,093,765,956,536,505,022,782,077,486,405,191,890,054,646,173,259,447.28
It is not wholly divisible by 7. We get a decimal value of .28
Please feel free to verify the calculation for yourself here
In Kaheel’s words yet another 31 is embedded in the chapter
“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 realized 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. ”
Note: Kaheel has one more element on his site but I can’t make it work so I excluded it. It has to do with the sum of all the numbers from 1 till 31.
Ali Adam had noticed that if one were to add the verse numbers where the phrase is to be found, the sum of all those verses equals 1433, also a prime number.
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 = 1433, is a prime number.
Note: Although some of Adam’s conclusions are very speculative,the findings themselves are solid.
Last but not least, no write up on the mathematical patterns in the Quran would be complete without touching on what are called Huruf-e-Muqaṭṭaʿāt or the special letter. The combination of 1 to 5 letters from a set of 14 letters (halfof the alphabet) constitute these special numbers. 29 chapters out of the 114 start with them. My research so far points to something significant but the picture is not complete. There are two camps; one is basing their findings on the number 19 and the other is basing it on number 7. I feel that in spite of some interesting patterns emerging, both at times are reaching. However, when we combine all the so far discovered relationships, there is more than enough material to construct a coherent picture.
As I already pointed out, we are only scratching the surface at this stage.
If someone were to ask us to devise a system to preserve the content of an evergreen guide for the next couple thousand years, how would we go about doing it? Some thoughts. First of all, that’s a tough one because it is virtually impossible to envision what all to expect in such a long stretch of human development.
Some of the stuff that may come to mind: time-capsule, encryption, build a pyramid, but since it is a guide one must also make it accessible. Make a site around it and pay the hosting fees for 2000 years in advance? Convince people to memorize it en masse, word for word and then not only convince each successive generation do the same for over 50 generations but provide them with the much-needed incentive to do so. I think it is fair to realize we will be up against it. To understand the problem in depth please go here
Now let us take it up a notch. We also must ensure that the guide is the only one that should survive for such a long period of time in its original form. I am not even going to attempt a solution here.
Not only that but devise a mechanism that will enable people in each era to check the guide for authenticity and be able to verify the same independently and from within the guide itself. We are not just looking for longevity but also certainty.
One last thing, the language of the evergreen guide should also survive the time period in such a way that even with the natural evolution of the language the guide’s message is understood perfectly.
And yes, assume you are living in the sixth century.
Of course, God did just that and did it in a dozen different ways. Some of the other mechanisms tend to end up in the hands of the “experts” and people are left once again to believe them. But the above examples are within the reach of all reasonably educated individuals, especially chapter Quran 78, which is so straightforward that even a 12-year-old will be able to verify it within a very short time.
So how does it all come together?
The mathematical patterns embedded in the Quran provide ample evidence/proof that it is the work of an infinitely intelligent being, but the fact that the author of the Quran claims to be God is significant and we will use it in our conclusions. Needless to say in 1400 years since the compilation of the Quran, nobody has even come close to the literary eloquence of the text alone without the added difficulty of embedding mathematical patterns.
The significance of the author of the Quran claiming to be God becomes apparent when we are unable to explain the Quran's presence among us. In the absence of coming up with an alternative explanation, if somebody now turns around and says you are not God to the author so to speak then the logical question must be on what basis is this objection raised. Is the objector more intelligent to be able to second guess the author? The author of the Quran has already demonstrated His infinite intelligence, for want of a more suitable term; the objector has not. In fact, the objector is unable to come up with even a sequence of three short verses in response to the gauntlet thrown down by the author of the Quran. Logic dictates to go with the infinitely intelligent being, call it what you want. I go with God because that is what the being is claiming. Since no other being who has claimed to be God or claims associated with one has demonstrated the same degree of intelligence that would qualify one as a God, once again logic dictates to go with the one which has.
In order to get a sense of what is going on here, imagine playing chess, go, monopoly, snakes and ladders, drafts and bridge on the same tabletop simultaneously. Or for all the gamers out there, imagine playing Call of Duty, Counterstrike, Minecraft, PUB, Fortnite and let’s throw in Packman for effect, all on the same single screen. The analogy is not an exaggeration but an attempt to give a sense as to how one will go about trying to play all these games simultaneously. Now think of the mind that put it all together in a perfectly coherent text that serves as a blueprint for the life here and the hereafter.
Some good starting points.
http://www.kaheel7.com/eng/or Numeric Miracle
Edip Yuksel’s site where the details of the 365 days can be verified
Dr. Eng. Halis Aydemir centers on the odd-even aspect of the numeric structure.
http://www.symmetricbook.com/The last table is by itself amazing (Not up for the moment)
Some useful findings by Prof. Ali R. Fazely
And even in RK's legacy one can find good material, just ignore where they keep bidding for dropping the two verses
And here one can find a powerful tool, as well as a fantastic discovery to do with prime numbers
Note: All the above calculations are based on the Hafz version of the Quran, the one used by over 98% of Muslims worldwide. In some models the word ‘wah’ (and) is treated as a separate word, in others it is used in conjunction with the following word. The premise being that God’s claim in the Quran that He is responsible for its gathering, distribution and preservation did result in the correct version to become ubiquitous.
Again, you don't have to take anybody's word for it, just do the math. The internet is full of so called “debunked” artists, each claiming that some part or other has been proven wrong and/or mere coincident. Some of these folks should not be allowed to come near the words ‘debunked’ or ‘refuted. Most of them are simply working it backwards now that the patterns are discovered. Not realizing that one of the objectives of these patterns is to out those would-be distorters. This tendency by many to leave the debunking to others is playing its part in preventing people from getting to the truth.
Gödel added three definitions along the way:
1.0 A “God-like” being has all positive properties.2.0 An “essence” of a being is a property that the being possesses and that property necessarily implies any property of that being.3.0 The “necessary existence” of a being means that it is necessary that all the essences of that being exist (“are exemplified”).
Gödel proved intermediate theorems and one corollary in the course of his proof. The first two axioms led to “Positive properties may possibly exist (“be exemplified”). After adding the third axiom, God, the God-like being, may possibly exist. With the help of the fourth axiom, Gödel stated that “being God-like” is one essence of any God-like being.
After adding the final axiom, Gödel concluded that it is necessary that God exists.
For those who can decipher this, enjoy:
Recently a paper was published wherein Benzmüller and Paleo state that they used several different modal logic systems to verify Gödel’s proof. Those are different logic systems, not just different computer programs. The logic systems were:
‘K’, a “weak” logical system named for logician Saul Kripke; see the next paragraph.‘B’ logic adds “A implies the necessity of the possibility of A” to ‘K’ logic.‘S4′ and ‘S5′ logic allow some simplification of repeated “possibility” and “necessity” operations."