Mathematical Miracle of the Quran by Rashad Khalifa – Transcript

Video Intro:

  • Islamic Productions Presents
  • Mathematical Miracle of the Qur’an
  • The word “GOD” occurs in the Quran 2698 times, and 2698 = 19 x 142
  • The numbers of suras and verses where the word “GOD” is found total 121999 or 19 x 6421

Rashad Khalifa:

  • How this Mathematical Miracle of the Quran was discovered?
  • When I came to this country – the United States, in nineteen sixty-eight (1968) – I read the English translations of the Quran. And I did not like any of them. I read them all; Yusuf ‘Ali, Muhammad ‘Ali, Pickthall, Arberry, N. J. Dawood, and so on – all of them. Even as far back as George Sale’s translation.
  • Some of them actually distorted the basic doctrines of the Quran, and that was serious enough to encourage me to translate the Quran myself; for my own children. I did it for local consumption.
  • However, since I am a scientist and not a professional religionist, I decided not move from one verse to the next  unless I knew exactly what every word and every verse meant. I made a pledge to God that I will not move from one verse to the next unless I know exactly what it meant.
  • So I started the translation, and I finished the first (1) sura; al-fateha, in seven days. Then I moved on to the next verse; the first verse of sura number two (2:1); al-baqara. And I found that it consisted of only three letters; (الم), A L M.
  • Of course I knew this all along since I was a young child, but now I am trying to translate it, I wanted to know exactly what the significance of A L M, is. I looked up all the tafseers; interpretations, and all the books written about these letters. And everybody; all the scholars said: “we do not know what these letters mean”.
  • So I started my own research, and after many attempts, and many failures, I decided to put the whole Quran into the computer. I did not know what to look for. So I had a computer count every letter in every sura. And the objective was to look for any mathematical connections, or any mathematical pattern between – that involves these letters.
  • There are twenty-nine (29) suras in the Quran prefixed with these initials, different sets of initials. Fourteen sets of initials to be exact: ALEF LAM MEEM, NOON, SAAD, QAAF, TA SEEN MEEM, YA SIN, TA HA, and so on. Fourteen of them.
  • And sure enough after four (4) years of research, a mathematical pattern emerged with a common denominator; binding all these initials without a single exception. And the common
    denominator was nineteen (19).
  • As it turned out, and as you will see in this program, every element of the Quran; the number of verses, the numbers assigned to the suras, the numbers of words, the letters – every letter of the Quran is mathematically composed beyond human capability. And the common
    denominator that binds all these mathematical; physical facts, is the number nineteen (19).
  • So let us get down to business and look at the Quran itself. And I would like to remind you that all the items you are going to see are factual observations, they are all physical facts, in the Quran.

The Miracle of the Basmalah; the Opening Statement

  • So here is a big Quran we can see together. And the first item of this miracle is that the first verse in the Quran: “Bism Allah Arrahman Arraheem”, consists of nineteen (19) Arabic letters. (Rashad counts while visually pointing at each letter in the first verse of the Quran).
  • Nineteen letters.
I alternated between red and black for each letter. And I also added a blue dot above each letter. This should make possible to understand even if you have never seen Arabic before.

The Miracle of 114 Chapters

  • And the whole Quran has hundred and fourteen suras (114 chapters). As we see here, the last sura is number one hundred and fourteen (114).
  • And one hundred and fourteen is a multiple of nineteen; nineteen times six (19 x 6).
  • And it consists of six verses, by the way.
  • So nineteen times six (19 x 6) gives us the total number of suras in the Quran, hundred and fourteen (114).

The Miracle of the First Revelation

  • Now, if we count from this sura towards the other suras. (Rashad counts backwards from the last chapter to the chapters before it, and so on).
  1. This is one. (Chapter 114)
  2. Two. (Chapter 113)
  3. Three. (Chapter 112)
  4. Four. (Chapter 111)
  5. Five. (Chapter 110)
  6. Six. (Chapter 109)
  7. Seven. (Chapter 108)
  8. Eight. (Chapter 107)
  9. Nine. (Chapter 106)
  10. Ten. (Chapter 105)
  11. Eleven. (Chapter 104)
  12. Twelve. (Chapter 103)
  13. Thirteen. (Chapter 102)
  14. Fourteen. (Chapter 101)
  15. Fifteen. (Chapter 100)
  16. Sixteen. (Chapter 99)
  17. Seventeen. (Chapter 98)
  18. Eighteen. (Chapter 97)
  19. And nineteen. (Chapter 96)
  • We find that number nineteen (19:th count) – sura number ninety-six (96), and it says: “iqra bi ism rabbika al lazee khalaq”, the first revelation. (“Read, in the name of your Lord, who created” – 96:1).
  • So the first sura revealed is positioned in the Quran atop the last nineteen (19) suras in the Quran. You also noticed that this sura consists of nineteen (19) verses.

The First Revelation was Exactly 19 Words

  • The first revelation was nineteen words exactly, here they are: (Rashad counts while visually pointing at each word that were part of the first revelation).
  • This was the first revelation through the prophet Muhammad, and it consisted of nineteen (19) words.

The First Revelation is Exactly 76 Letters

  • If you count the letters in these nineteen words, you find that the total is seventy-six (76), nineteen times four (19 x 4).

The First Chapter Revealed (Chapter 96) has Exactly 19 Verses

  • And if you count the letters in the whole sura, the first sura revealed, you find that the total is two hundred and eighty-five (285) letters, or nineteen times fifteen (19 x 15). (The updated count is 304 letters, 19 x 16).

The Miracle of the Last Revelation

  • The last sura revealed was sura number hundred and ten (110). And it consists also of nineteen (19) words, here they are: (Rashad counts while visually pointing at each word that are part of the last revelation).
  • So the last revelation and the first revelation consisted of nineteen (19) words (each).

The Miracle of the Basmalah and Its Details

  • Now if we go back to the very beginning, the first verse in the Quran. As you heard before, the first verse of the Quran; “Bism Allah Arrahman Arraheem”, consists of nineteen (19) letters.
  • Every word – there are four (4) words here – and every word is mentioned in the Quran a number of times which is consistently a multiple of nineteen (19).

The First Word “ism”

  • The word “ism”, which means “name”, is mentioned in the Quran nineteen (19) times exactly.

The Peculiar Spelling of the Word “bism”

  • If you wish to use the word “bism”, it is mentioned three (3) times, but if you add the numbers assigned to the verses and suras where the three (3) times of “bism” occur, the total is hundred and fourteen (114); nineteen times six (19 x 6). (Bism means “in the name…”).

The Second Word “allah”

  • The second word, “allah”, is mentioned in the whole book; two thousand six hundred ninety-eight times (2698), or nineteen times hundred and forty-two (19 x 142). (Allah means God).

The Third Word “al-rahman”

  • The third word “al-rahman”, is mentioned in the whole Quran; fifty-seven times (57), or nineteen times three (19 x 3).

The Fourth Word “al-raheem”

  • The last word, “al-raheem”, is mentioned in the whole book; hundred and fourteen times (114), or nineteen times six (19 x 6).
  • As you see, “Bism Allah Arrahman Arraheem”, the first verse in the Quran is very important. And you will see it at the beginning of every sura in the Quran. Every sura has “Bism Allah Arrahman Arraheem” in the beginning, except one (1).
  • However, only the first verse of the first sura is numbered – has number one (1:1). When you go to the other suras, you find that this opening statement has no number. This is why we take only the first (1:1) opening statement to represent all the basmalahs in the Quran, all the opening statements in the Quran.
  • If you go to sura nine (9) you will notice that this sura does not have a basmallah (opening statement). It says here: “This sura does not have bismillah” (points at the subtitle of chapter 9).

(Not all versions of the Quran have sub-titles, it is not part of the Quran, however, some printers choose to include them while other printers choose not to).

The Miracle of the Missing Basmalah

  • Now, since the Quran has hundred and fourteen suras (114), and this one does not have an opening statement. This will mean that we have only hundred and thirteen (113) basmalahs in the Quran, and this number is not divisible by nineteen (19 x 5,947368421052632).
  • But we find that this missing bismallah is made up in sura number twenty-seven (27).
  • So if you go to sura number twenty-seven (27). You will see that we have two (2) bismillahs. This is sura number twenty-seven (27). And there is one “Bism Allah Arrahman Arraheem” at the beginning, like every other sura except sura nine (9). And there is an extra one in the middle of the sura, right here, in verse thirty (30) you see another “Bism Allah Arrahman Arraheem”.
  • So this sura contains two (2) of them, two of the opening statement; or basmallahs. One in the beginning and one in verse thirty (30). And this restores the number – of this important opening statement – to hundred and fourteen (114), or nineteen times six (19 x 6).

From Chapter 9 to Chapter 27 is Exactly 19 Chapters

  • Also, if you count the suras from the missing bismallah of sura nine (9). There is the missing bismillah of sura nine (points at the subtitle of sura nine). And then we count the suras from here to the place where we find the extra bismillah:
  1. This is one. (Chapter 9)
  2. Two suras. (Chapter 10)
  3. Three suras. (Chapter 11)
  4. Four. (Chapter 12)
  5. Five. (Chapter 13)
  6. Six. (Chapter 14)
  7. We are counting from the missing bismillah to the extra bismillah. This should be seven. (Chapter 15)
  8. Eight. (Chapter 16)
  9. Nine. (Chapter 17)
  10. Ten. (Chapter 18)
  11. Eleven. (Chapter 19)
  12. Twelve. (Chapter 20)
  13. Thirteen. (Chapter 21)
  14. Fourteen. (Chapter 22)
  15. Fifteen. (Chapter 23)
  16. Sixteen. (Chapter 24)
  17. And seventeen, we did not get to sura twenty-seven (27) yet, this is twenty-five (25). Which is the seventeenth (27th) sura from the missing bismillah. (Chapter 25)
  18. Here is eighteen. (Chapter 26)
  19. And you will find that the sura that has two (2) bismillahs, sura number twenty-seven (27), is sura number nineteen (19:th sura count). (Chapter 27)
  • From the missing bismillah to the extra bismillah – from sura nine (9) to sura twenty-seven (27), we find exactly nineteen (19) suras; inclusive.
  • This is the sura that has two (2) bismillahs, and it is sura number nineteen (19th sura) after the missing bismillah of sura nine (9).
  • From the missing bismillah in sura nine (9), to the extra bismillah in sura twenty-seven (27), there are nineteen (19) suras.
  • So when you count the suras from missing “Bism Allah Arrahman Arraheem” of sura nine (9). To the extra bismallah in sura twenty-seven (27), you find nineteen (19) suras.

These 19 Chapters Add up to 342; Which is Divisible by 19

  • Now, watch this; if you add the numbers of the suras; the numbers assigned to the suras, from nine (9) to twenty-seven (27), from the missing bismillah to the extra bismillah, that is: Nine, plus ten, plus eleven, plus twelve, plus thirteen … all the way to plus twenty-six, plus twenty-seven. The total is three hundred and forty-two (342), which is a multiple of nineteen (19), it is nineteen times eighteen (19 x 18).

((9+10+11+12+13+14+15+16+17+18+19+20+21+22+23+24+25+26+27) = 342)

There Are Exactly 342 Words Between the Two Basmalahs in Chapter 27

  • And this is half the story. You add the numbers of suras from the missing bismillah to the extra bismillah, nine plus ten, plus… all the way to twenty-seven, the total: three hundred forty-two (342) is exactly the number of words between the two bismillahs of sura twenty-seven (27), the number of words, as you see here.
  • This total; three hundred forty-two (342) is exactly the number of words between this bismillah in sura twenty-seven (27:0), and the second bismillah of sura twenty-seven (27:30). You count these words, all these words, and you will find that the total up to this word here before the second bismillah, up to this word the total is three hundred and forty two (342). Which equals the total of the numbers of suras from the missing bismillah to this extra bismillah.

The Miracle of the Total Count of Verses

  • The number of verses; ayat, in the Quran, from the beginning, from the first aya, or verse. To the very end, to the last aya, is six thousand three hundred and forty-six (6346), which is a multiple of nineteen (19), the total number of ayat, verses in the Quran; six thousand three hundred and forty six, or nineteen times three hundred thirty-four (19 x 334).

[6234 numbered verses & 112 un-numbered verses (Basmalahs) 6234+112 = 6346] Note that 6+3+4+6=19

Appendix 1 (from: Quran The Final Testament, by Rashad Khalifa, PhD.)

The Miracles Within the Initialed Section

  • As I mentioned before, there are twenty nine (29) suras in Quran that are initialed with these Quranic initials.
  • And the first initial in the Quran is in sura number two, the first verse; ALEF, LAM, MEEM (2:1).
  • The last initial, is the initial NOON, in sura number sixty-eight, which is right here (68:1).
  • This here is the first initial (Rashad points at 2:1).
  • And this is the last initial (Rashad points at 68:1).

This Initialed Section Has 5263 Verses; Which Is Divisible by 19

  • The number of ayat; or verses, in this section here; from the first initial to the last initial, is five thousand two hundred and sixty-three (5263) ayat; or verses, nineteen times two hundred and seventy-seven (19 x 277).
  • You just start at ALEF, LAM, MEEM, the first Quranic initials. And you count all the verses in here, up to this verse in sura sixty-eight (68:1), and you will find that the total is five thousand two hundred and sixty-three (5263), or nineteen times two hundred and seventy-seven (19 x 277).

Within This Initialed Section, the Word “Allah”, Occurs 2641 Times; Which Is Divisible by 19

  • Also, if you count the word “allah” in this section, between the first initial and the last initial, you will find that the total of the word “allah” here; is two thousand six hundred and forty-one (2641), which is a multiple of nineteen (19), nineteen times one hundred thirty-nine (19 x 139).

Outside This Initialed Section, the Word “Allah”, Occurs 57 Times, Which Is Divisible by 19

  • And of course if you count the word “allah” outside of this section, that will be here, and before ALEM, LAM, MEEM. The word “allah” is found fifty-seven times (57), nineteen times three (19 x 3).

The Initialed Section Has 38 Un-Initialed Chapters; This Is Divisible by 19

  • In the section from the first initial; ALEF, LAM, MEEM, to the last initial; NOON, there are exactly thirty-eight (38) suras without initials.
  • The un-initialed suras here are thirty-eight (38), which is a multiple of nineteen (19), nineteen times two (19 x 2). So this is another physical fact.

The Chapter and Verse Numbers Where The Word “Allah” Occurs Outside of This Initialed Section; Add up to 2432; Which Is Divisible by 19 (Table 18)

  • Now, I mentioned that outside of this section (before chapter 2 and after chapter 68), there are fifty-seven (57) word “allah”, that are outside the initialed section of the Quran. This part (points at chapter 1), and this part (points at chapter 69), to the end – there are fifty-seven (57) words “allah”.
  • If you add the numbers of the suras – the numbers assigned to the suras, like this number here (points at chapter 69), and the numbers assigned to the verses. The total is two thousand four hundred thirty-two (2432), or nineteen times one hundred twenty-eight (19 x 128).
  • Now I am talking about the numbers assigned to the suras and verses, where you find the word “allah” outside of the initialed section (before 2 and after 68. Or chapter 1 + chapter 69 to 114).
  • You add these numbers assigned to the suras and the verses wherever you find the word “allah”, and the total is multiple of nineteen (19). Well, this proves that the numbers assigned to the suras and the numbers assigned to the verses are from God, not from humans.

(This proves that the location of every chapter and every verse were all planned by God, that they are not random).

The Miracle of The Word “al-quran”

  • The word “al-quran”, is mentioned in the Quran; fifty-seven times (57), that is nineteen times three (19 x 3). Is that not profound?

If You Take the Chapter and Verse Numbers Where “Al-Quran” Is Mentioned, and Add Them Up, You Get 2660; Which Is Divisible by 19

  • And if you add the numbers of the suras, and the numbers of verses where there word “al-quran” is found – the total is two thousand six hundred and sixty (2660), which is nineteen times hundred and forty (19 x 140). I am talking about the number – for example this word here “al-quran”, is in sura seventeen (17), and the verse number is forty-five (45), as you see here.
  • You take these numbers, the fifty-seven (57) times where the word “al-quran” is found in the Quran, and you add the numbers of the verses and the numbers of the suras, all together; the total is two thousand six hundred and sixty (2660), or nineteen times one hundred and forty (19 x 140).

Different Grammatical Forms of “Al-Quran” Will Add up to 3363; Which Is Divisible by 19

  • There are other grammatical forms of this word “al-quran”, like “quranan”, “al-quranaho” – and if you add all the suras and all the verses, the numbers of the verses and the numbers of the suras where these forms – different forms of the word “al-quran” is found – the grand total is three thousand three hundred and sixty-three (3363), or nineteen times one hundred and seventy-seven (19 x 177). Of course the word “quran” is very special, and this is why it is so intricately composed within the Quran.

The Miracle of the First Commandment

  • The first pillar of Islam, mainly that God is one – is mentioned in the Quran exactly nineteen (19) times. That “allah wahd”; God is one – is mentioned in the Quran exactly nineteen (19) times.

Worshiping GOD Alone Is Emphasized as 19×19

  • Now, there is also the word “wahdahu”; worship God alone. This commandment to worship God alone – “wahdahu” – is mentioned in the Quran five times. And if you add the numbers of the verses and the numbers of suras, where the word “wahdahu”; worship God alone occurs, the total is three hundred and sixty-one (361), or nineteen times nineteen (19 x 19).
  • So this emphasizes the importance of worshiping God alone, the word “wahid”; referring to God as one, is mentioned in the Quran nineteen times, and the word “wahdahu”, is mentioned five times, but when you add the verses and suras – numbers – where this word “wahdahu” is found, the total is three sixty-one (361), nineteen times nineteen (19 x 19).
  • For example, this word “wahdahu”, happens in verse twelve of sura number forty (40:12). So you take this number; forty, and the number of the verse; twelve (40+12…), and you do this every time you see the word “wahdahu” in the Quran, and the total is three hundred and sixty-one (361), nineteen times nineteen (19 x 19).

The Miracle of the Religious Duties

  • The other four pillars of Islam; the salat (Contact Prayers), the zakat (Obligatory Charity), the hajj (Pilgrimage to Mecca), al-siyaam (Fasting during Ramadan) – are mentioned in the Quran hundred and fourteen (114) times, or nineteen times six (19 x 6).

The Chapters and Verses Where the Contact Prayers Are Mentioned Add up to 4674; 19×246

  • When you take the word “salat” for example, which happens in the Quran sixty-seven times (67). And you take the numbers of verses, and the numbers of the suras, where every time you see this word “salat”, and you add them up, the total is a multiple of nineteen (19), it is four thousand six hundred seventy-four (4674), or nineteen times two hundred and forty-six (19 x 246). The word “salat”, throughout the Quran, you add the numbers of the verses and the numbers of suras where the word “salat” occurs, and the total is four thousand six hundred seventy-four (4674), or nineteen times two hundred and forty-six (19 x 246).

The Chapters and Verses Where Zakat and Hajj Are Mentioned Add up to 2888; 19x19x8

  • If you go to the word “zakat”, you find that “zakat” and “hajj” – you add the numbers of the verses and the numbers of the suras where the words “salat” and “hajj” are found – and the total is two thousand eight hundred and eighty-eight (2888), or nineteen times nineteen times eight (19 x 19 x 8 (or 19 x 152)). This is “zakat” and “hajj” together. You add the numbers of the verses and the numbers of the suras, throughout the Quran where you see “zakat” and “hajj”.

The Chapters and Verses Where Fasting Is Mentioned Add up to 1387; 19×73

  • When you look at the word “siyaam” in the Quran, the whole Quran, the fasting of Ramadan, you will see that it occurs six (6) times. And if you add the numbers of the verses to the numbers of the suras, every time you see this word “siyaam” in all its forms, the total is one thousand three hundred eighty-seven (1387), or nineteen times seventy-three (19 x 73).
  • So the basic pillars of Islam, the numbers assigned to the suras and verses where these words are found, all these numbers are multiplies of nineteen (19).

The Miracles of the Quranic Initials

  • The sura entitled “QAAF”, is also initialed with the letter “qaaf”, and when you count this letter “qaaf”, every time you see it you count it, in the Quran; in this sura. You will find that the total of the letter “qaaf” in this sura is fifty-seven (57), or nineteen times three (19 x 3).

Only Two Chapters Have the Initial QAAF, They Both Have 57 QAAFs, 19×3

  • Also, the only other sura initialed with “qaaf, which is sura number forty-two (42). There is the letter “qaaf”; as an initial (Rashad points at 42:1 with a pen). Contains the exact same number of “qaafs” as the other sura. So you count this “qaaf” and then you go and find this “qaaf”, and count it and so on. This is a physical fact – the total occurrence of the letter “qaaf” in this “qaaf” initialed sura is also fifty seven (57), nineteen times three (19 x 3).
  • Now, when you go back to sura “QAAF”, here, you notice that “qaaf” simply stands for Quran. “Q” stands for Quran; “qaaf” here stands for Quran. And if you add the fifty-seven (57) “qaafs”, “Q”, of this sura number fifty (50). Plus the fifty-seven (57) “qaafs”, or “Q”, in sura number forty-two (42); also fifty-seven (57). Fifty-seven plus fifty-seven is hundred and fourteen (57 + 57 = 114). Which is exactly the same number as the suras of the Quran. Fifty-seven plus fifty-seven equal one hundred and fourteen (57 + 57 = 114), the number of suras in Quran.

Chapter 50 Is Initialed with QAAF and Has 45 Verses, These Two Numbers Add up to 95; 19×5

  • You noticed that the sura “QAAF”, is number fifty (50), and it consists of forty-five (45) verses. If you add the number of the sura, which is fifty (50), to the number of verses in the sura, which is forty-five (45), the total is ninety-five (95), or nineteen times five (19 x 5).

Chapter 42 Is Also Initialed with QAAF and Has 53 Verses, These Two Numbers Add up to 95; 19×5

  • Well this is half the story. If you go to the only other sura initialed with “qaaf”, which is sura number forty-two (42). You see that the number of verses is fifty-three (53). And if you add the number of the sura to the number of the verses, you get exactly the same total as sura “QAAF”; which is ninety-five (95). Forty-two plus fifty-three is ninety five (42 + 53 = 95), or nineteen times five (19 x 5).
  • And with sura “QAAF”, fifty (50), the number of the sura, plus the number of verses; forty-five (45), fifty plus forty-five is ninety-five (50 + 45 = 95), or nineteen times five (19 x 5).
  • In this sura, the Quran is described as majeed, “qaaf; wa al quran al majeed” (Q., and the glorious Quran – 50:1).

The Quran Is Described as Glorious, This Word Has the Numerical Value of 57; 19×3

  • And this word “majeed” has its numerical value is fifty-seven (57), which is the number of the letter “qaaf” in this sura.
  • Majeed (مَجيدِ):
  • The M is forty (40),
  • The jeem is three (3),
  • The yaa is ten (10),
  • And the daal is four (4).
  • And you add these numbers, forty plus three plus ten plus four, the total is fifty-seven (40 + 3 + 10 + 4 = 57), nineteen times three (19 x 3).
  • When the Quran was revealed there were no numbers, these letters were used as numbers. So you can look at the “meem” as the letter “meem”; or M – and also as the numeral forty. The same with the other letters. So this is a universal established system, where the alphabet letters are used as numbers. (This system was used before the invention of Arabic Numerals).

Chapter 68 Is Initialed with the Letter NOON, This Letter Occurs 133 Times; 19×7

  • When you go to sura sixty-eight (68), which is initialed with the letter “noon”; “N”. If you count the letter “N”, where ever you see it in this sura. You will find that the total is one hundred and thirty-three (133), nineteen times seven (19 x 7).

Three Chapters Are Initialed with the Letter SAAD, Adding up All Their Occurrences Totals 152; 19×8

  • In the Quran, there are three (3) suras initialed with the letter “saad”. The first one is sura number seven (7). It is initialed with the letter “alef”, “laam”, “meem”, “saad”. (المص)
  • The second sura that is initialed with this letter, is sura number nineteen (19), sura Maryam. Which has five initials, “qaaf”, “haa”, “yaa”, “ayn”, “saad”. So this is the second sura where we see the letter “saad” as an initial. (كهيعص)
  • The third sura initialed with this letter is sura number thirty-eight (38). Which is also entitled “SAAD”. The name of the the sura is “SAAD”, and the initial is “saad”. (ص)
  • So these are three suras initialed with the letter “saad”, and when you count the letter “saad” in the three suras (7, 19 , 38), the total comes to hundred and fifty-two (152), or nineteen times eight (19 x 8).

Chapter 36 Is Initialed with YAA & SEEN, These Letters Total 285; 19×15

  • There is one sura in the Quran initialed with the letters “yaa”, “seen” – two letters, “yaa” and “seen”,  it is sura thirty-six (36). Here the first verse is the two letters “yaa” and “seen”. And if you count these two letters “yaa” and “seen”, in the whole sura, the total is two hundred and eighty-five (285), or nineteen times fifteen (19 x 15).
  • So you see that consistently the suras contain a number of their initials that is consistently a multiple of nineteen (19).

Seven Chapters Are Initialed with HAA & MEEM, Adding up All Their Occurrences Totals 2147; 19×113

  • There are seven suras initialed with the letters “haa” and “meem”. Seven (7) consequent suras, beginning at sura number forty (40). So here is number forty (40), initialed with the letters “haa”, “meem”. The whole verse consists of just two (2) letters “haa”, “meem”. Seven (7) consequent suras. This is the last one, sura number forty-six (46), it is initialed with the letters; “haa”, “meem”. And you count these distinctive unique letters; “haa” and “meem”, in the seven suras (40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46), and you will find that total is two thousand one hundred and forty-seven (2147), the total of “haa” plus “meem” in the seven suras, this is nineteen times hundred and thirteen (19 x 113).
  • Two thousand one hundred and forty-seven (2147). This means that if only one letter “haa” or one letter “meem” was lost or added – in the last fourteen hundred (1400) years – the whole mathematical system collapses. But as it is, you count them right now in any Quran anywhere in the world, and you find that “haa” and “meem” in the seven (7) “haa”, “meem” initialed suras, totals two thousand one hundred forty-seven (2147), or nineteen times one hundred and thirteen (19 x 113).

Chapter 42 Has Two Sets of Initials, Adding up All Their Occurrences Totals 209; 19×11

  • Sura number forty-two (42) has two sets of initials. As you have just seen, it has the initials “haa”, “meem” in verse one (42:1), and verse two (42:2) of this sura has the initials “ayn”, “seen”, “qaaf”, three letters; “ayn”, “seen”, and “qaaf”. And if you count these three distinct letters in this sura, “ayn” plus “seen” plus “qaaf”, the total is two hundred and nine (209), or nineteen times eleven (19 x 11).

Chapter 19 Has the Most Initials, KAAF, HAA, YAA, AYN & SAAD. Adding up All Their Occurrences Totals 798; 19×42

  • Sura number nineteen (19) has the largest – or the biggest set of initials. It has five (5) letters, this is sura number nineteen (19), and it is initialed with five (5) letters; “kaaf”, “haa”, “yaa”, “ayn”, “saad”. And you add, you count these letters in this sura, the five (5) letters total seven hundred ninety-eight (798), or nineteen times forty-two (19 x 42).

Chapters Are Also Interlocked with Multiple Chapters Through Different Initials, This Intricacy Is Beyond Probability, It Should Be Impossible, yet We Can See This Physically Right in Front of Us

  • Now I wish to remind you that the letter “saad” for example, interacts, or it is interlocking with the other “saad” initialed suras. Sura number seven (7), and sura number thirty-eight (38) – you remember that this letter; “saad” in the three (3) “saad” initialed suras, is one hundred and fifty-two (152), or nineteen times eight (19 x 8). But it also is intricately intertwined with these letters in this sura (chapter 19) to give us a total of seven hundred ninety-eight (798), or nineteen times forty two (19 x 42). So you can see that this mathematical system is far beyond human capability.

(This Mathematical Miracle of the Quran is truly the ultimate evidence for the existence of God. It is so perfectly obvious that any scientist who rejects it should no longer be considered a scientist. Because the whole purpose of being a scientist is to follow the evidence no matter where it takes you).

Six Chapters Are Initialed with ALEF, LAAM & MEEM, and Each Chapter Has a Count of These Letters That Is Divisible by 19

  • There are six (6) suras in the Quran initialed with these letters; “alef”, “laam”, “meem”; “A”, “L”, “M”. These are suras number two, three, twenty-nine, thirty, thirty-one, and thirty-two. (2, 3, 29, 30, 31, 32)
  • This (Rashad points at a chapter in the Quran he is holding) happens to be sura thirty-two (32). And every single one of the six (6) suras contains a total of these letters which is multiple of nineteen (19), every one.
  • For example, sura number two (2) contains nine thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine (9899) of these letters, and that is a multiple of nineteen (19), nineteen times five twenty-one (19 x 551).
  • Sura number three (3) also contains a multiple of nineteen, of these letters; “alef”, “laam”, “meem” – and so on. Every one of the six (6) suras contains a total of “alef” plus “laam” plus “meem” which is a multiple of nineteen.

(Chapter 2, chapter 3, chapter 29, chapter 30, chapter 31, chapter 32)

Five Chapters Are Initialed with ALEF, LAAM & RAA, and Each Chapter Has a Count of These Letters That Is Divisible by 19

  • There are five suras in the Quran initialed with these three letters; “alef”, “laam”, “raa”; “A”, “L”, “R”. And every single one of the five suras (10, 11, 12, 14, 15) contains a total of “alef” plus “laam” plus “raa”, which is a multiple of nineteen (19), every one.

(Chapter 10, chapter 11, chapter 12, chapter 14, chapter 15)

Chapter 7 Is Initialed with ALEF, LAAM, MEEM & SAAD. Adding up All Their Occurrences Totals 5320; 19×280

  • Sura number seven (7) is initialed with the four letters; “alef”, “laam”, “meem” , “saad”, as you see here (Rashad points at 7:1). And when you count these letters, “alef” plus “laam” plus “meem” plus “saad”, in this sura, the total comes to five thousand three hundred and twenty (5320), which is nineteen times two hundred and eighty (19 x 280).
  • And again, I wish to remind you that this letter “saad” interlocks between this sura, and the other “saad” initialed suras; sura number nineteen (19) and sura number thirty-eight (38).
  • And every time within the sura and also within its sister suras, where the letter “saad is found, the totals are consistently a multiple of nineteen (19).

(Remember that if a single letter was lost or added, in the last 1400 years, then this system would collapse. This proves that the Quran is divinely preserved).

Chapter 13 Is Initialed with ALEF, LAAM, MEEM & RAA. Adding up All Their Occurrences Totals 1482; 19×78

  • Sura number thirteen (13), is initialed with letters “alef”, “laam”, “meem”, “raa”. Four (4) initials; “alef”, “laam”, “meem”, “raa”. When you count these letters, “alef” plus “laam” plus “meem” plus “raa”, in this sura, you find that the total is one thousand four hundred and eighty-two (1482), nineteen times seventy-eight (19 x 78).

Five Chapters Are Initialed with HAA, Adding up All Their Occurrences Totals 1767; 19×93

  • There are five suras (19, 20, 26, 27, 28) in the Quran initialed with the letters “haa”, as we see in sura nineteen (19) here. There is the letter “haa”, one of the five (5) initials of sura nineteen (19).
  • And then in sura “TAA”, “HAA” (20), there it is. “taa”, “haa.
  • And the initials “taa”, “seen”, “meem” in sura number twenty-six (26), right here, “taa”, “seen”, “meem.
  • And in sura twenty-seven (27), it is the initial “taa”, “seen”, right here.
  • And “taa”, “seen”, “meem” in sura number twenty-eight (28), “taa”, “seen”, “meem”.
  • You count these letters, in the five suras (1920262728), and you find that the total is one thousand seven hundred and sixty-seven (1767), or nineteen times ninety-three (19 x 93).

List of All the Initials

Quran Has Hinted at This Mathematical Miracle for ~1400 Years, but Nobody Figured It out Until Modern Times Through the Messenger Rashad Khalifa

Why 19?

  • People keep asking: “Why nineteen?”
  • Why did God choose the number nineteen (19) as the common denominator throughout the Quran, to prove every element of the Quran; the number of verses, the number of suras, the number of words from a certain root, the number of letters, the initials; as you have seen.

19 Is Mentioned by Name

  • And we find the number nineteen (19) in the Quran in sura seventy-four verse number thirty (74:30), we find the number nineteen (19). And we find it connected with the proof that the Quran is not human made.

GOD Gives Us an Exact Answer in Chapter 74:31

  • Some people say the Quran is human made, “in haazaaa illaa qawlul bashar”, as it says in sura number seventy-four verse twenty-five (74:25). And God says the answer to these people is the number nineteen (19), as we see in verse thirty of sura seventy four (74:30).

19 Is GOD’s Signature, for Example the Human Body Has 209 Bones, This Is 19×11

  • Now, why nineteen? It turns out that nineteen (19) is God’s signature on everything He created. As to the answer to the question: “Why nineteen?”, we discover that nineteen (19) is the basic message of the Quran.

The Word ONE Has the Numerical Value of 19

  • Because nineteen is the numerical value of the Arabic word one (1). So the whole message of the Quran is: God alone; God is one; worship God alone. And nineteen (19) is the numerical value of the word; “wahed”, in Arabic (wahed means one).
  • When the Quran was revealed there were no numbers. The alphabet letters were used as numbers. And the letter “waw” also served as the numeral six, the letter “alef” was one, the letter “haa” was eight, and the letter “daal” was four.
  • wahed; six plus one plus eight plus four, the total is nineteen (6 + 1 + 8 + 4 = 19). And this is why nineteen is the common denominator throughout the Quran, proving every aspect, every element of the Quran.

Summary & Conclusions by Rashad Khalifa

Video Outro:

  • Producer – Rashad Khalifa
  • Photography – Kathleen Clarke
  • All praise is due to God; Lord of all creation
  • Copyright 1987 – Islamic Productions
  • All praise is due to God; Lord of all creation

End of Video

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Peace,

I hope this has been useful for you and that this has helped you understand the amazing Mathematical Miracle of the Quran. I tried to format the text to be as clear and helpful as possible without interfering with the transcript of the video. Just a reminder; this transcript is not full verbatim, I have removed repetitive sentences, and I have reconstructed certain sentences that end abruptly where Rashad rephrases himself before finishing the previous sentence, this is common in speech but not text. I have also corrected errors, such as when Rashad says “MEEM has the numerical value of 30”, but it is actually 40.

I decided to write the whole video into a text format for those of us who prefer to read instead of watching hour long videos. It makes it easier to understand what is being said without having to go back and forth whenever the video goes too fast. This is especially true if English isn’t your first language, or if your English skill is low. So I really do hope this has been useful to you.

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Thank you and GOD bless.

Ahmad Wehbe

Wehbe is a creative artist and philosopher from Sweden with Lebanese roots. He uses various art forms to express emotions, thoughts and to tell stories.

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2 Responses

  1. OzgurSubmitterDemir says:

    Did you count it? if you count int you se 6346 ayaats in quran

  2. Ehvaan says:

    Bro there are 6666 Ayats (verses) in Quran…

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