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The 19 Code in the Quran: Mathematical proof of the Divine

By Nasier

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Recently I’ve seen quite a few Facebooks posts calling those who believe in a god idiots or someone who can’t think for themselves. On a friends timeline I came across this video:

Around the 3:00 mark you can hear the atheist say: “Religion obeys borders while truth does not. In America god is Yaweh while in India god is Vishnu. The truth does not behave this way. In America 2 plus 2 equals 4 and in India 2 plus 2 also equals 4. If gods message to us was so dire, so vitaly important why wouldn’t he give it to us in such a clear and precise way so that we would all be in agreement, as evident as a simple math problem in which there is universal agreement rather than trusting his precious message to be spread by valable corruptable human beings? “

Well, I believe such a clear mathimatical message actually exists. What I’m about to explain for me proofs the existence of a God as I believe it’s beyond human capabilities or the possibility of  coincidence. Please take the time to test, analyse and look at the following with an open yet sceptical mind. It’s not hard to understand but it will ask some of your undivided attention.

Some time ago I became interested by a form of math which sadly enough isn’t taught in schools. At school we learn a functional form of math which allows us to solve the unknown X. Which proved to be very useful. There is another form of math which is not so much useful as it  is beautiful, similar to poetry. Unfortunately this form of math is not taught at schools. Allow me to show a simple example:

1 x 1 = 1
11 x 11 = 121
111 x 111 = 12321
1111 x 1111 = 1234321
11111 x 11111 = 123454321
111111 x 111111 = 12345654321
1111111 x 1111111 = 1234567654321
11111111 x 11111111 = 123456787654321
111111111 x 111111111 = 12345678987654321

Call me a geek but I think this is really beautiful. Not only is the highest digit in the outcome at the center position and do the digits decrease by 1 for every position it’s away from the center digit but also the amount of ones on one side of the x-sign is exactly the center digit from the outcome. Also the number of digits in the the outcome is always the amount of ones in front of the =-sign minus 1.

This was just to show the kind of math I got interested in before I stumbled upon the works of Rashad Khalifa. Rashad Khalifa used to work for the Monsanto company. On a good day he decided to upload the Quran into the computer. Computers were still a rarity back than. In 1974 he discovered something remarkable : Throughout the entire Quran the number 19 kept appearing in the most elegant ways.

For the following I’ll have to introduce the Abjad numeral system. It’s a numeral system in which each letter of the arab alphabet is assigned a numerical value. According to Wikipedia they have been used in the Arab speaking world since before the 8th century (well before Rashad Khalifa made his discovery in 1974). Here is a list of each individual letter with it’s corresponding value:

ز م ه د ج ب ا
7 6 5 4 3 2 1
ن م ل ك ي ط ح
50 40 30 20 10 9 8
ش ر ق ص ف ع س
300 200 100 90 80 70 60
غ ظ ض ذ خ ث ت
1000 900 800 700 600 500 400

 

Now let’s have a look at the first chapter of the Quran. It’s called ‘Al Fatihah’ and means something like ‘The Opener’:

surah al fatihah

In English this would translate to:

1. In the name of Allah , the Entirely Merciful, the Especially Merciful.

2. All praise is due to Allah , Lord of the worlds

3. The Entirely Merciful, the Especially Merciful,

4. Sovereign of the Day of Recompense.

5. It is You we worship and You we ask for help.

6. Guide us to the straight path –

7. The path of those upon whom You have bestowed favor, not of those who have evoked Your anger or of those who are astray.

For clarity I´ve rewritten the chapter using single letters only instead of the cursive script that’s normally used. Underneath each letter I’ve also placed the corresponding numeric value according to the Abjad numeral system.

ه ل ل ا م س ب 1
5 30 30 1 40 60 2
م ي ح ر ل ا ن م ح ر ل ا
40 10 8 200 30 1 50 40 8 200 30 1
ب ر ه ل ل د م ح ل ا 2
2 200 5 30 30 4 40 8 30 1
ن ي م ل ع ل ا
50 10 40 30 70 30 1
م ي ح ر ل ا ن م ح ر ل ا 3
40 10 8 200 30 1 50 40 8 200 30 1
ن ي د ل ا م و ي ك ل م 4
50 10 4 30 1 40 6 10 20 30 40
د ب ع ن ك ا ي ا 5
4 2 70 50 20 1 10 1
ن ي ع ت س ن ك ا ي ا و
50 10 70 400 60 50 20 1 10 1 6
ط ر ص ل ا ا ن د ه ا 6
9 200 90 30 1 1 50 4 5 1
م ي ق ت س م ل ا
40 10 100 400 60 40 30 1
ن ي ذ ل ا ط ر ص 7
50 10 700 30 1 9 200 90
م ه ي ل ع ت م ع ن ا
40 5 10 30 70 400 40 70 50 1
ب و ض غ م ل ا ر ي غ
2 6 800 1000 40 30 1 200 10 1000
ا ل م م ه ي ل ع
1 30 6 40 5 10 30 70
ن ي ل ا ض ل ا
50 10 30 1 800 30 1

Now let’s see how elegantly the number 19 comes back time and again. If we list the chapter number (1) followed by all individual verse numbers (1,2,3,4,5,6,7) we get a multiple of 19:

1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7  (=591293  x 19)

I’ve added spaces and colour for clarity but you should treat this as one large number. Obviously you are not impressed so far but we are just getting started.  Another way to find number 19 is to replace the verse numbers (fuchsia) from the previous example and replace it by the amount of letters that make up that particular verse.

You can check for yourself that in the first chapter (1)

verse 1 has (19) letters

verse 2 has (17) letters

verse 3  has (12) letters

verse 4 has (11) letters

verse 5 has (19) letters

verse 6 has (18) letters

verse 7 has (43) letters.

This will give us the following multiple of 19:

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

This is pretty neat so far but not too convincing just yet. So let’s continue. We’ll now add up the numerical values of every letter per verse.

This gives us the following totals per verse:

1st verse: (786)  =2 + 60 + 40 + 1 + 30 + 30 + 5 + 1 + 30 + 200 + 8 + 40 + 50 + 1 + 30 + 200 + 8 + 10 + 40

2nd verse: (581) = 1 + 30 + 8 + 40 + 4 + 30 + 30 + 5 + 200 + 2 + 1 +30 + 70 + 30 + 40 + 10 + 50

3rd verse: (618) = 1 + 30 + 200 + 8 + 40 +50 + 1 + 30 + 200 + 8 + 10 + 40

4th verse: (241) = 40 + 30 + 20 + 10 + 6 + 40 + 1 +30 +4 +10 + 50

5th verse: (836) = etc. etc,

6th verse: (1072)

7th verse: (6009)

Again we’ll use the number from the previous example and behind the totals of letters in the verses (green) we’ll place the verse total numeric value,  giving us the following:

1 19 786 17 581 12 618 11 241 19 836 18 1072 43 6009 (=630453556901377953901044009530128211 x 19)

Yet again we find a multiple of 19 but we are not done yet. We now have the chapter number (red) followed by the amount of letters per verse (green) followed by the total numeric value of that particular verse (blue) but we left out the verse numbers (fuchsia). So let’s add the verse numbers too:

1 1 19 786 2 17 581 3 12 618 4 11 241 5 19 836 6 18 1072 7 43 6009 (=5893611671480592728480218525455884775128211 x 19)

Would you believe we are still not done? To top it off we’ll add the chapter number (1) followed by the number of verses (7) followed by the verse numbers, followed, followed by the amount of letters in that verse, followed by every single numerical value of the letters in that verse in the order in which they appear. The following illustration will hopefully clarify:

Code 19 Quran

This leaves us with the large number that contains of 274 digits which is again a multiple of 19:

1 7 1 19 2 60 40 1 30 30 5 1 30 200 8 40 50 1 30 200 8 10 40 2 17 1 30 8 40 4 30 30 5 200 2 1 30 70 30 40 10 50 3 12 1 30 200 8 40 50 1 30 200 8 10 40 4 11 40 30 20 10 6 40 1 30 4 10 50 5 19 1 10 1 20 50 70 2 4 6 1 10 1 20 50 60 400 70 10 50 6 18 1 5 4 50 1 1 30 90 200 9 1 30 40 60 400 100 10 40 7 43 90 200 9 1 30 700 10 50 1 50 70 40 400 70 30 10 5 40 1000 10 200 1 30 40 1000 800 6 2 70 30 10 5 40 6 30 1 1 30 800 1 30 10 50 (= 90101370533173954221096868489579373895879636002264764211647738442160542743694781079015895163370586331 6847705331795002732158528984340057958161073721107927271289533205368901600317895263705654685267963526371 06056337053001584494789479052700211053052961594792319105858315857950 x 19)

You may have noticed that in the table displaying chapter 1 in single letters I have underlined all numeric values of 2 and 40. These correspond with the letters B and M. These are the only letters in this chapter in which your lips touch. Together these letters also occur 19 times. So when ones recites the first chapter their lips touch 19 times. Here is a clip of the first chapter being recited with the Arab and phonetic text displayed so you can check for yourself. Chapter 1 starts 11 seconds in when the phonetic texts say “Bismi Allahi Al-Rahmani Al-Rahimi” (which is the first verse).

I believe this harmony between letters, meaning, the Abjad numeral system, the 10 based numeral system and the physical world (lips touching) is beyond human capability and we are still not done. Not by a long shot. There are way too many examples for me to cover them all right now. In matter a fact I think I might do a series of posts on the subject. For now let’s have a look at just a few more examples.

We saw that the first verse of the Quran exists of 19 letters forming 4 words. One can find this verse at the beginning of almost every chapter in the Quran (with the exception of chapter 9). Each of the 4 words that make up this verse appear a multiple of 19 times throughout the entire Quran. We could count them all but let’s just focus on what goes beyond human capability and do some more math. The following is a discovery from a Turkish-American engineer named Abdullah Arik.

We’ve seen the verse as part of the first chapter but for the sake of clarity let’s single it out and have a closer look at it.

ه ل ل ا م س ب 1
5 30 30 1 40 60 2
م ي ح ر ل ا ن م ح ر ل ا
40 10 8 200 30 1 50 40 8 200 30 1

Just like we did with chapter 1 let’s start out easy. We place the position of the words first followed  by the amount of letters in that word. The first word (1) has (3) letters, the second word (2) has (4) letters, the third word (3) has (6) letters the fourth word (4) has also (6) letters. This gives us the following multiple of:

1 3 2 4 3 6 4 6 (=697034 x 19)

Instead of using the amount of letters in the words we’ll now use the total Abjad value per word.

The total Abdjad value of the first word (1)  is 2 + 60 + 40 = 102
The total Abdjad value of the second word (2)  is 1 + 30 + 30 + 5 =  66
The total Abdjad value of the third word (3)  is 1 + 30 + 200 + 8 + 40 + 50 = 329
The total Abdjad value of the first word (4)  is 1 + 30 + 200 + 8 + 10 + 40 = 289

This will give us the following multiple of 19:

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

Just like we did with the first chapter, instead of using the total numeric values we’ll now use the individual values per letter in the order the occur.

For the first word (1)  this would be 2,  60 and 40.
For the second word (2)  this would be 1, 30, 30 and 5.
For the third word (3)  this would be 1, 30, 200, 8, 40 and 50.
For the fourth word (4) this would be 1, 30, 200, 8, 10 and 40

Again we end up with a rather large multiple of 19

1 2 60 40 2 1 30 30 5 3 1 30 200 8 40 50 4 1 30 200 8 10 40 (=66336954226595422109686863843162160 x 19)

We’ll now use the last 3 examples but add a little twist. Three examples ago we used the amount of letters per word. Giving us 1 3 2 4 3 6 4 6. From now on we’ll use the cumulative of the letters up to that point.

So up to the first word (1) there are 3 letters.
Up to the second word (2) there are 7 letters (3 in the first word and 4 in the second word)
Up to the third word (3) there are 13 letters (3 in the first word, 4 in the second word and 6 in the third word)
Up the fourth word (4) and thus the entire verse there are 19 letters .

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

We’ll use the exact same cumulative method with the Abjad values of the words.

So up to the first word (1) the total Abjad value was 102.
Up to the second word (2) the total Abjad value was 168. (102 from the first word and 66 from the second word)
Up to the third word (3) the total Abjad value was 497 (102 from the first word , 66 from the second word and 329 from the third word)
Up the fourth word (4) and thus the entire verse the total of the Abjad values is 786.

Placing these numbers one after the other we’ll get the following multiple of 19:

1 102 2 168 3 497 4 786 (=  58 011 412 367 094 x 19)

After studying Abdullah Ariks work Edip Yuksel (who wrote a book about the subject: ‘Nineteen: God’s signature in Nature and Scripture‘) thought if it works for the cumulative of the amount of letters and also for the cumulative Abjad values of the words it might also work for the cumulative value of the individual letters up to that point. He tried it and surely enough it worked:

So up to the first word (1) we had 2 + 60 = 62, + 40 = 102.
Up to the second word (2) we had 102 + 1 = 103 + 30 = 133, + 30 = 163, + 5 = 168.
Up the third word (3) we had 168 + 1 = 169, +30 = 199, + 200 = 399, + 8 = 407, + 40 = 447, + 50 = 497.
Up the fourth word (4)  and the entire verse we had 497 + 1 = 498, + 30 = 528, + 200 = 728, + 8 = 736, + 10 = 746, +40 = 786.

This gives us the following rather lengthy multiple of 19:

1 2 62 102 2 103 133 163 168 3 169 199 399 407 447 497 4 498 528 728 736 746 786 (=  66426432121753490359562736526003919735499922564670355094 x 19)

Please take a moment to realise that only 5.3% of all numbers are dividable by 19. One can only speculate about why number 19. Personally, I think it has to do with the numbers 1 and 9 being the first and last number in our 10 based numeral system. In the bible (Revelation 22:13) it says:

I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End.

In the Quran chapter 57 verse 3 it says:

He is the First and the Last, the Ascendant and the Intimate, and He is, of all things, Knowing.

In the original portions of the Old Testament apparently the 19 code was also found in ways that are beyond human capability but as I haven’t looked them up or tested them myself I can’t say anything about it really.

For now I’lll leave it at this. I think I’ll do a series about the subject instead as it is way too much to cover it all in one post. For me however the above already proofs the existence of god. I think it’s beyond human capability and the possibility of coincidence and this is just the tip of the iceberg. In chapter 2 verse 23 – 24 the Quran challenges those who are still not convinced:

And if you are in doubt about what We have sent down upon Our Servant [Muhammad], then produce a surah (chapter) the like thereof and call upon your witnesses other than Allah , if you should be truthful. But if you do not – and you will never be able to – then fear the Fire, whose fuel is men and stones, prepared for the disbelievers.

In verse chapter 17 verse 88 it underlines again the imposibility to produce something similar:

Say, If mankind and the jinn gathered in order to produce the like of this Qur’an, they could not produce the like of it, even if they were to each other assistants.

I wrote this in answer to people who say religions are ludacris and those who follow a religion are crazy and/or gullible as there is no proof of the existence of god. The above right here is proof enough for me (and there is way more). I can respect if someone looks at it and thinks “I need more proof than this” but don’t call all religious people crazy gullible uneducated morrons unless you can produce a similar text or give a plausible  alternative explanation as to how the perfect harmony came about.

For those who like to know more about the subject I can recommend  Nineteen: God’s Signature in Nature and Scripture by Edip Yuksel. The book is a bit all over the place and not very well structered but there are tons of information in there. Also browse the web like I did , download the QuranCode 1433 or my personal excel worksheet and test everything for yourself. To check the outcome of calculations with rather large numbers I used an online big number calculator. Also keep an eye on this blog as I’ll do a post about this subject regurarily. If you think this post was interesting and/or useful please share it.

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